What’s the weather like in Turkey in July?
Turkey has land in both Asia and Europe, meaning the weather’s different depending on where you’re going. If you’re headed there in July you’ll generally get plenty of warm weather and not much rain, especially at the country’s popular holiday spots. Destinations on the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts have temperate Mediterranean weather with July being one of the hottest months of the year. You’ll have more rain on the Black Sea coast, while there’s less wet weather on the Sea of Marmara.
The normal high temperature in the south coast resort of Antalya is 34ºC in July, so it’s lovely and hot for chilling out at the beach or by the pool. Things stay warm in the evenings so you won’t need much more than shorts and t-shirts. The sea temperature’s 27ºC, which is perfect for swimming, while humidity’s very high. There’s just 3mm of rain, and you can expect 14 hours of daylight with 13 long hours of sunshine each day. UV levels will be very high so make sure you use lots of sun cream. Sunset’s around 8.15pm.