Mykonos Weather Forecast & Climate
The Mykonos climate is characterised by hot, dry summer weather and mild winters.
Temperatures in July and August range from 86ºF (30ºC) during the day to 72ºF (22ºC) at night. Rainfall is almost non-existent in summer, but showers can be expected between October and April.
The weather on the island is typical of all the islands in the region, which means that it is largely Mediterranean with the odd influence from North African climes. The temperate weather is fantastic for visitors and although the heat can be oppressive and quite overwhelming for those who aren’t used to it summer remains the most popular time to visit Mykonos.
If you visit in the idyllic summer season – the hottest months are July and August – then expect the island to be extremely busy and the beaches packed. If you can bear to miss out on the fashionable season then the best times to visit the island are late spring and early autumn. May is a very pleasant month and by this time the water should have warmed up sufficiently for swimming. September is another gem and in early autumn the seas are almost as warm as in summer.
Mykonos has a range of hotels to suit every budget. We recommend you as stay close to the main town as possible and take the buses, taxis or boats to the gay beach each day.
All rooms or suites at Semeli Hotel have a flat screen TV, sitting area, marble bathroom & French doors with sea views. relax with a Turkish hammam, or a massage at the Semeli Spa.
Each of the rooms at Kouros Hotel & Suites is large and luxuriously appointed while retaining the charm of the characteristic architecture. All rooms have private terraces Sea views
Overlooking the Aegean Sea and Mykonos Town, the airy Vencia guest rooms feature light-colored furnishings & include a refrigerator, satellite TV & air conditioning. Slippers & Free toiletries.
Each of Harmony’s private balconies features views of Mykonos Town and the Aegean Sea and a perfect place to witness the beautiful sunset. Each room has double-glazed windows.
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