Sarigerme Weather August Averages, Turkey
What's the Weather like in Sarigerme in August
The chance that it will rain is very low, at only about 4% of days with little variation. If it does occur, it will likely be very light or the occasional thunderstorm.
Humidity ranges from comfortable (38%) to humid (78%). Wind speeds vary from calm to moderate breeze.
Winds blow in typically from the north or northeast, though occasionally from south or southwest.
August is characterised by long, hot summer days with little rain. Around August 1, averages are at 28°C (82°F), with highs of 32°C (90°F) and lows of 23°C (72°F). There is only a slight decrease as the month progresses. Mid-month, averages are at 28°C (82°F), highs at 32°C (90°F) and lows at 23°C (72°F). By the end of the month, averages are at 26°C (78°F), with highs of 32°C (89°F) and lows of 21°C (69°F).
Hotels in Sarigerme in August
Han Boutique Hotel
Han Boutique Hotel is an elegant, cosy hotel just 2 kilometres from the seafront. Surrounded by palm trees, the resort serves daily breakfast in buffet style. Onsite facilities include a cafe, bar, restaurant and a sitting room where you can beat the heat with a refreshing drink.
Hilton Dalaman Sarigerme Resort & Spa
The Hilton Dalaman Sarigerme Resort & Spa is one of the more popular hotels on the beach. Located about 30 minutes from Sarigerme centre, the resort provides easy access to shops and cafes by shuttle. Its all-inclusive services include four restaurants, patisserie, pool parties, and nightly entertainment. There are plenty of room categories to choose from: family rooms, honeymoon duplex suites, presidential suites and handicap rooms. All rooms are equipped with heating and A/C, internet, telephone, bathtub and shower, LCD television and safety box. Onsite facilities include four outdoor pools, aqua park and kids' clubs. For wedding parties and romantic candlelit dinners, the property offers three types of gazebo houses, complete with "butler service."
Hit the Beach
Sarigerme's beach is part of a National Park Conservation Area, so it tends to be clean and pristine. You do have to pay a small entrance fee to access the shore, but these funds go straight into the maintenance of the park. The beach area is equipped with toilets, showers, picnic area, cafe and a mini-zoo for the kids. Active vacationers will find plenty to do hereith parasailing, kiteboarding, windsurfing and more.
Bars and Restaurants
Some of the best dining options in Sarigerme are available at the all-inclusive hotels.
Guests not staying at the hotel can book a table at the Hilton Dalaman Sarigerme Resort with little trouble at all.
Savour traditional Italian entrees at Alize.
Enjoy a poolside lunch of kebabs, pastas and salads at Breeze, where food is served until late afternoon and drinks until midnight.
At Glitter, indulge yourself with the freshest oysters and a glass of sparkling champagne.
Taste the true taste of Turkey at the Anisse Raki Bar, and its impressive selection of raki.
Entice your palate at Caraf, with the finest selection of local and international wines available.
Things to Do in Sarigerme in August
Victory Day is celebrated all over Turkey on August 30th and is a national holiday, so keep in mind that many public services will be closed.
Take care when you are out and about during the day to avoid sunburn and sunstroke. You should wear sunscreen with a high enough SPF for your skin, as well as hats and sunglasses. Make sure you drink plenty of water throughout the day and seek shelter during the hottest times of day.
While in Sarigerme, visitors are encouraged to stop by Dalyan for a dip into its unique natural mud springs. Dalyan is famous for its natural mud and sulphur baths, renowned for their health-giving properties. To reach the baths, visitors must transfer from Dalyan into river boats through the Dalyan Delta. The film "The African Queen" (1952) was filmed in these labyrinthine waterways. The boats will take you to the far side of Lake Koycegiz, where the mud and sulphur pools lie. On the way, river boats often stop at Lycian royal rock tombs dating back to the 4th century b.c.e. The mud baths are touted for their medicinal properties, supposedly good for rheumatic diseases, eczema and arthritis. In any case, a dip will certainly refresh the curious traveller. Full of nutrients and salts, swimmers are able to float without any difficulty. Visitors can also jump in the nearby sulphur spring, rich in sodium, calcium, chloride and of course sulphurhough the smell is certain to deter some. Guided tours typically include lunch, followed by a rejuvenating swim at nearby Iztuzu Beach.