Weather and climate in Bodrum
Perhaps one of Bodrum’s biggest selling points is its year-round good weather which is why tourists continue to visit the pensulina regardless of the season. The Bodrum climate is wonderfully pleasant, neither too dry or too humid, though it is quite warm, particularly from late spring until mid-autumn. In summer, the dry heat rarely goes above 35°C, while the water is a balmy 25°C. The hottest months are July and August. In winter, although it gets chilly, it can be mild enough to dine outside, and all you will generally need is a sweater or lightweight raincoat. Showers are unlikely in the summer months, but the rainfall is quite high in winter. With sea temperatures ranging from 16 to 25 degrees between summer and winter, Bodrum is a great location for diving holiday at any time of the year.
|Min./ Max. Temparatures in Celsius – 2008 values|