The climate in Greece is typically Mediterranean, although the country’s terrain and geographical location are factors that contribute to the extraordinary variety in weather conditions. Generally speaking, July and August are the hottest months with temperatures reaching up to 30-35°C. Many of the islands enjoy cool breezes to take the sting out of the heat.
In spring and autumn the weather is warm but not sweltering, while in winter it’s mild but mountains are usually covered in snow. For long days of warm sunshine, plan your Greek getaway between May and September.