Crete is the largest and most populous of the Greek Islands. Crete has the warmest climate in Greece, thanks to its southerly location and the surrounding Mediterranean Sea. Summer – classed as June to September – is the most popular time to visit Crete, when temperatures are high and rainfall is low. At this time of year, the average temperature is around 25°C, peaking at 26°C in July and August, which are the hottest months of the year. This is when the average temperature generally doesn’t fall below 20°C and reaches highs of up to 29°C. Below is a guide with average temperature and rain fall.
|Month||Highest temp||Lowest temp||Average rainfall per month|
Please note : Figures shown are meant as a guide only.