Çeşme’s summer climate is generally drier and more refreshing than most Turkish holiday resorts due to the “Imbat”, a cool and dry north wind, late afternoon breeze, brought by the Aegean sea between May and September. Apart from providing perfect conditions for sailing and surfing, this unique climatic characteristic makes Çeşme an ideal alternative for those who enjoy the culture and entertainment of Turkey but dislike the mid-summer searing heat associated the Mediterranean during July and August.
Current Conditions in Çeşme
Average Monthly Climate for Çeşme
Peak warm season for Çeşme’s climate is June to September, warm sea temperatures are retained in the Aegean Sea into October and November. Precipitation is relatively low from April to October, and the average sunshine hours stays above six from March until November.
Data source: Turkish State Metrological Service – data averages 1938-2020