while Moscow was covered by a snowstorm on Monday, the Turkish weather is in no hurry to change the summer mood for autumn, which makes tourists unspeakably happy. The summer-like hot sun still heats the resorts of Turkey, so the beaches in popular Antalya are filled with crowds of vacationers.
Consider what the weather is expected in the main resort province of Turkey this week. So, in the coastal regions of Turkey, the holiday season continues. Last weekend, thermometers showed a daily value of +25°C, the same water temperature in the Mediterranean Sea on the Turkish coast, humidity – 31%, according to Ensonhaber.
For comparison: in many cities of Turkey, autumn cool weather has already arrived, while in the tourist city of Antalya the situation is different: it is still summer in the southern region. Local and foreign tourists who want to enjoy the good weather take advantage of this opportunity and flock to the Konyaalti coast daily to sunbathe, swim and surf. In a city where sunny weather prevails, the density of vacationers is recorded on the beaches, as well as in parks and gardens.
In the popular Bodrum, which is traditionally considered the cooler region of Turkey, to the surprise of weather forecasters, the summer season also continues. The thermometers in the resort also keep at around +25°C, but the temperature in the Aegean Sea is noticeably lower – only +21°C. However, this does not stop travelers from considering Bodrum a tourist paradise and enjoying the sun on the beach. The density of travelers is observed mainly on the beach in Kumbakhce, but the accumulation of vacationers is noticeable in places such as Gumbet, Bitez and Ortakent.
According to the meteorological forecast, no cooling is expected in the resorts until Friday, November 4, column the thermometer will stay at +25°C, which is comfortable for a beach holiday. This means that beach travelers are in for another week in Turkey.
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