Weather in Rhodes
Rhodes is the largest Greek Island and enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate with some rainfall in low season and hot, dry summers.
There are 300 days of warm sunshine each year in Rhodes, which means you’re almost guaranteed beautiful weather for your holiday. Temperatures range from lows of 10°C and highs of 30°C.
The best time to visit Rhodes for a warm, dry climate is between June and September. Temperatures are at their highest and there isn’t much rainfall, which means you have more time to spend out enjoying the summer sunshine. Make sure to pack light clothing and take care of your skin with high factor sun protection.
If you love the warm weather but the summer is too hot, the best time to go to Rhodes is during spring or autumn. Both seasons enjoy a warm climate, but it’s not as hot or humid as the summer months, which is ideal if you’ve a lot of outdoor activities planned for your visit.