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Summer Season in Turkey

Summer season (June, July, August) is the highest season for visiting Turkey to experience warm summer temperatures, swimming, sun bathing, seaside restaurants and rich nightlife.

Summer Season

Summer is the highest season to travel to Turkey, if you are looking to experience warm summer temperatures, swimming, life in full swing, afternoon naps on a comfortable sun lounger, dinners at seaside restaurants or summer garden terraces and rich nightlife. Please note that the holiday resorts are high priced in summer season.

Seaside resorts are crowded and prices are at their peak, but the cities are less so, with smaller crowds and shorter lines for admission to sights. Cappadocia is cheaper and more comfortable as well.


Summer in Turkey

Summer season in Turkey (June, July, August) is quite hot in five of Turkey's seven distinct climatic regions, though usually rainless, and cool inland in the evenings.

Average Summer Temperatures

June: Antalya (26 °C), Izmir (25 °C), Istanbul (21 °C), Ankara (20 °C), Trabzon (20 °C), Erzurum (15 °C), Diyarbakir (26 °C)

July: Antalya (29 °C), Izmir (28 °C), Istanbul (23 °C), Ankara (23 °C), Trabzon (22 °C), Erzurum (19 °C), Diyarbakir (31 °C)

August: Antalya (29 °C), Izmir (28 °C), Istanbul (23 °C), Ankara (23 °C), Trabzon (22 °C), Erzurum (20 °C), Diyarbakir (31 °C)


Average Daily Tempratures in Summer

Average Daily Tempratures, Summer


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