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SANTORINI IS ONE OF THE MOST AMAZING ISLAND OF GREECE
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The climate of Santorini, the largest and southernmost of the Cyclades, is typically Mediterranean, with mild and rainy winters, and warm and sunny summers. The Cyclades (which include islands like Delos, Mykonos, Paros and Ios) are located in the Aegean Sea. Here are the average temperatures:
SANTORINI ISLAND TEMPERATURE AVERAGES
The rainfall pattern is typically Mediterranean, so that the rains are concentrated in autumn and winter, in particular from October to March. In practice, it rains very rarely from April to September, and almost never in summer, from June to August. The length of the dry season makes the landscape arid. The interior is largely flat, but there is also a hill, Mount Profitis Ilias, 567 metres (1,860 feet) high.
PRECIPITATION Here is the average precipitation:
In the warm season, starting from May, the Cyclades (Santorini too) are particularly affected by the Meltemi, a wind that blows from the north, persistently and in periods lasting a few days. This wind is able to make the air feel cooler than it is, but it can be also annoying and make the sea rough. In winter, from December to mid-March, temperatures are generally mild, but waves of bad weather, with wind and rain, cannot be excluded. Sometimes there can be cold days, with the north wind blowing, and maximum temperatures remaining below 10 °C (50 °F). In spring, from mid-March to May, the weather is mild, and it gradually becomes more stable, with rain becoming gradually less frequent. Summer, from June to mid-September, is warm and sunny. The wind almost always makes the heat bearable, although sometimes there can be some short heat waves of African origin. Autumn, from mid-September to November, is initially warm and sunny, but then the first rains occur, and with each passing week they become more frequent. In autumn there may be many sunny days, but the rains in this season can sometimes be abundant. The amount of sunshine in Santorini is great in summer, when clear skies are the norm. In winter, periods of bad weather, with cloudy skies, alternate with sunny periods.
Santorini Island information The sea is warm enough for swimming from July to September, reaching a maximum of 24 °C (75 °F) in August: therefore it is not very warm, but it is acceptable. Here are the average sea temperatures:
SANTORINI SEA TEMPERATURE AVERAGES
Santorini Sunset April: 19:50pm until 20:15pm May: 20:15pm until 20:40pm June: 20:40pm until 20:51pm July: 20:50pm until 20:35pm August: 20:34pm until 19:56pm September: 19:54om until 19:09pm October: 19:08pm until 17:27pm November: 17:26pm until 17:06pm
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You can come to Santorini via ferry boats from Athens, which takes 9 hours and the ticket cost 45 Euros and up. Or you can come via Airplane and the cost is 70 Euros and up! Santorini is an amazing island to explore. There are many things you can do on the island. Below you will find the 5 most popular landmarks in Santorini that you can visit.
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