Weather in Dalyan
Its location in south-west turkey means that Dalyan enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate with long, hot summers and slightly cooler, wet winters.
If you want to avoid the rain and soak up as much sunshine as possible, arrive in the summer. July and August are the best time to go to Dalyan for high temperatures reaching up to 35°C at peak times of the day.
The town is slightly inland from the Aegean Sea, which means there isn’t much of a cooling breeze in the summer as nearby seaside resorts. This means it can be slightly hotter in Dalyan, so make sure you’ve come prepared with sun cream to protect against the high UV levels.
Spring is the best time to visit Dalyan for mild weather that isn’t too hot or humid. The daily average is around 20°C with lows of 13°C at night.
The winter is quite cold compared to previous seasons in Dalyan but it’s still mild by anyone’s standards. January is the coldest and wettest months of the year with an average high of 15°C and an average rainfall of 83mm.