Santorini Weather | Why You Should Go

Santorini Weather

Hey Guys and girls, I am excited to tell you today about the amazing Santorini, A friend of mine ( Curtis at garage doors okc ) and I A beautiful island situated between Greece and Turkey in the Aegean Sea, like other similar islands Ios, Milos, Naxos was the result of the underwater volcanic eruption which split one large island into smaller islands. Being a part of the Cyclades group of islands, Santorini is situated on the southern end of the Aegean Sea. Santorini Island is known for its dramatic view and beautiful sunsets which shadow its crescent shape.

Unlike most of the Europe which experience all four seasons, Santorini follows a Mediterranean trend of climate flow from mild summers to warmer winters.

Discussing the hotter side of the island, in the event that one wishes to appreciate the shorelines, swimming, cruising and sunbathing, at that point it regards visit Santorini between June to September, where the hot, sunny day let you appreciate the water and by the night one could appreciate the dance club and bars. Notwithstanding, going by the Island from late June to early September could be substantial on the pockets as it is the high season where individuals tend to come more to appreciate the warm ocean water and its nightlife.

It is a little strange when by late September, the weather gets cooler but there is a gradual change to hot summer-like days in the beginning few weeks of October. However, the late October is pleasant with slight rainfall and gets colder by November. The days of mid-October to early November are perfect for sightseeing and hiking, where the weather is pleasant for Santorini’s views and wineries.

The place, Santorini is famous for its beautiful sunset, especially the Sunset in Oia is a breathtaking experience. Tourists also tend to enjoy the pre-historic museums, tomato industry museum and cultural villages and Wine Museum. Akrotiri is also a most visited pre-historic village which features the artwork and other remains of a village, the village was buried under the volcanic ashes.

It gets colder from early December and the winter last until early May, where the temperature ranges from 12 degrees Celcius to 22 degrees Celcius. During the month of December to February. The beach town is shut down including most restaurants, and hotels as these are the coldest and the rainiest months of the year.

Moreover, in March, April and May the weather gets more pleasant, but not good enough for its beaches. Many tourists tend to visit around these shoulder months, the hotels tend to charge lower compared to that of during high seasons. People tend to enjoy the sightseeing and hiking around these months of the year with some rain and cold nights.

By May, the shorelines begin to open for business as it gets hotter in the evenings and by the June huge number of travelers land as the ‘shoreline season’ starts. The ‘shoreline season’ is at its top in the long stretch of July, trailed by three months progress ahead of time required for the busiest month of July.

The tourists get to choose from what they are looking to experience as the interests vary from one person to another.

It’s a truly beautiful place and you should be there at some point in your life.

Sincerely, Paulina