ANTALYA CLIMATE CONDITIONS
The climate of Antalya province is generally in the Mediterranean climate. The climate type is expressed as hot and dry in summers and warm and rainy in winters. In other words, falls into the mild sea and warm sea climate class, while cold and semi-continental climate type is observed in the inner parts. The average temperature in summer is between 30 - 34 degrees. In January, the temperature varies between 9-15 degrees on average. Meteorological events such as snowfall and frost almost never occur in the city.
The annual average relative humidity in the province is around 64%. Summers in the coastal region of Antalya are both long and hot. Even the winters are warm and cool. Rain is never seen in summer. Rains in the months of December, January and very rarely in the first and autumn months. Only 40—50 days of the year are cloudy and rainy. Antalya, with an average of 300 sunny days a year and an annual temperature of 18.7 degrees, 12 months of the year.
It is one of the rare regions open to tourism movements. You can swim at least nine months of the year. The vegetation consists of short and evergreen trees called maquis brought by the Mediterranean climate. Before the race, please check the weather chart below.