Does it get cold in Athens Greece?

Athens: Greece's capital has a Mediterranean climate with hot and dry summers and sometimes cold and wet winters. Temperatures average 84 degrees Fahrenheit (29 degrees Celsius) in August but can exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius). It is the hottest capital city in Europe.

Does Crete get cold at night?

It can cool off at night more during this season, so make sure you are prepared with a warm sweater, especially in the mountainous areas. Winter in Crete brings colder weather to much of the island, with snow in the mountains and rain in the rest areas, but still, sunny days are very common.

How long does it stay warm in Greece?

If you're after warm weather but want to avoid the sweltering heat, plan a trip in late spring or early fall (April through June or September through October). In May, the average temperature in Athens, the nation's capital, ranges from a high of 74.8 degrees Fahrenheit to a low of 61.5 degrees Fahrenheit.

Does it get cold in the evening in Greece?

Does Greece get cold at night in the summer?

During the summer, the weather is most frequently sunny and dry, and any precipitation falls in the form of showers or thunderstorms from cumuliform clouds. The air is usually hot during the day and pleasantly warm at night, but there are some very windy days, especially in the Cyclades islands and around them.

Is Santorini hotter than Crete?

Despite being much further south, Crete has similar daytime temperatures, with slightly more hours of sunlight in the day. Figures for other popular islands such as Mykonos and Santorini are pretty much the same.

Is Athens warmer than Crete?

Greece is one of the warmest countries in Europe; August temperatures in Athens can reach average highs of 32C. Those planning a visit in the near future may equally want to avoid the rain while potentially catching winter sun; head to islands such as Crete for average annual temperatures of around 23 degrees.

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