Weather in Spetses Island. Actual conditions and forecast
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Map of wind conditions for Spetses Island area
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Rain forecast for Spetses Island area1. Using the control panel above this map, you can check the rain forecast for Spetses Island for any period within next 10 days.
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Climate in Greece and weather forecast - best seasons for visitBy the middle of July, the water temperature is already reaching a 23-25C. The average air temperature is 29C. The nights are still pretty cool, about 18C. The air temperature in July and August very often exceeds 30C, even in the morning. During the day, it reaches 41-42C. That’s time for a siesta until the evening. At the beginning of September, the air temperature becomes more comfortable; on average, it does not exceed 33C. Cyclones start from the Azores archipelago. In October, the sky becomes gloomy and cloudy; the sea water cools down to 19C. The day temperature is 24C. Night are already much colder, about 14 degrees Celsius. In November, it rains almost every day; the temperature drops to 12C. … Open
Sights of Spetses Island - photogallery
Spetses Island guide chapters
Spetses Island sightseeing
Hundreds of years ago, the picturesque island of Spetses began to attract noblemen who built luxury villas on the coast. Today, this aristocratic Greek island is accessible for everybody. Its main attractive feature is the primordial nature and a large selection of gorgeous beaches. The enchanting island of Spetses is home to Laskarina Bouboulina, who became famous during the Greek War of Independence in 1821; many … Open
Cultural excursion through Spetses Island - things to see
The Church of Agios Nikolaos is also located here. It was built in 1700 and almost hasn’t been destroyed. The flag of the Greek War of Independence was sewed at the church. Moreover, the dead body of the nephew of Napoleon Bonaparte who came to Greece to fight on the side of Greeks was kept in the church for three years. The square before the entrance of the church is tiled with beautiful mosaics, which is as … Open
Top hotels with reviews
Nature lovers are sure to enjoy Villa Martha hotel located in the elegant tropical garden area of 2,000 m2. Just a couple of minutes’ walk separates the hotel from the popular beach of Agia Marina, as well as other popular vacation sites. It won’t be necessary to leave the hotel to enjoy water activities, as a gorgeous swimming pool can be found within exotic trees on the territory. Villa Martha appeals … Open
Attractions and active leisure
Be sure to walk along the streets of Spetses settlements. The sidewalks are covered with mosaics made of small coloured stones which looks like a scattering of caramels. «Armata» festival is an important event on Spetses. It is held every September and it is dedicated to the battle in the strait between Spetses Island and Kosta during the revolution of 1822. The festival starts with an entertaining programme, … Open
Cuisine and top restaurants
Souvladzikos serve delicious souvlaki which was known even in ancient times. It is a local variant of kebab. Souvlaki can be made of lamb, chicken, seafood and even vegetables. It is grilled on a skewer and usually eaten straight off the skewer. Souvlaki is often taken away and eaten on the go. Souvlaki with vegetables, sauce and fries in a pita is called gyro. Be sure to try the horiatiki salad. It is known as … Open
Traditions and mentality of Spetses Island
Greeks enjoy drinking alcohol, especially retsina and ouzo. Although you will never meet drunk people on the streets of Spetses. This is because invariable behaviour is a disgrace for Greeks and drunk people deserve only mockery and contempt. So, if you don’t want to be condemned by locals, try to control yourself. Greeks love to criticize their government, but they hate when foreigners do the same. You can … Open