Where is the hottest place in Turkey? | The Sun

TURKEY is one of the world's most popular destinations, with stunning beaches as well as amazing architecture.

Here, we look at some of the best destinations to visit and the best times to go there.

Where is the hottest place in Turkey?

Coastal places, such as Bodrum and Antalya, tend to be hottest.

Even inland capital city Ankara, which is cooler than Istanbul for much of the year, is very hot in July.

Turkey is generally very dry in July, and the heat is a dry heat rather than an all-encompassing muggy heat.

Cizre enjoys incredibly hot summers, with temperatures regularly exceeding 32 degrees in the height of summer. 


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Urfa also enjoys plenty of hot weather and is easily one of the warmest places in Turkey.

During the summer months of July and August temperatures rise rapidly, usually staying in the mid-to-high 30 degrees.

Frequently they’ll go even higher, with temperatures regularly topping 40 degrees at the very hottest times of the year.

The Mediterranean and Aegean coasts boast the higher temps with Black Sea coastline more humid and wet.

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What is the hottest temperature in Turkey?

The hottest temperature ever recorded in Turkey is 49.1 degrees.

This was recorded in Cizre, Şırnak Province, in July 2021.

This broke the previous record of 49 °C that had stood for 60 years and was also set in Cizre.

When is the best time to visit?

According to travellersworldwide.com, the best time to visit Turkey is during spring or autumn. 

The weather in Turkey is pleasant between March to May and September to November, and the summertime crowds have dispersed.

You’ll enjoy at least 10 hours of daily sunshine all the way down the coast from Istanbul to Antalya with temperatures averaging around 26ºC and sometimes feeling hotter.

Where in Turkey is warm all year round?

Antalya has one of the warmest winter climates in the country.

The region covers a vast distance and includes many coastal resorts that close down during winter but the city centre is open, as well as museums.

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