Weather in Kalkan...
Kalkan is located in Southern Turkey on the Mediterranean Sea at latitude of 36.25 degrees north and 29.40 degrees east. The Taurus Mountains rise steeply behind Kalkan to an altitude of over 1500 feet, and influence its climate, which is often compared to that of southern California. Kalkan experiences weather conditions typical of the southern Mediterranean; long dry summers with very little rainfall, and mild winters. Rainfall of around 167mm in December and January can be expected on average, with between 78mm/125mm expected between February and March. Storms in late autumn and January to March can contribute a good proportion of the rainfall total, but even during this period, sunshine hours are on average 9 per day in November, 7 in December and 8 in January and February.