Zandvoort weather in July (Noord-Holland, Netherlands)
Looking to travel to Zandvoort in July? Here's what the weather might have in store during this month.
In Zandvoort the weather in July is generally perfect, with pleasant temperatures and moderate rainfall. July is a summer month. Daytime temperatures hover around 21°C (show in °F), while nights can cool down to about 15°C.
Zandvoort in July usually receives moderate rainfall, averaging around 86 mm (show in inches) for the month. Based on our climate data of the past 30 years, about 14 days of rain are anticipated.
So this is a great month to visit if you prefer dry days with pleasant temperatures. July typically offers the most optimal weather. In contrast, January, February, March, November and December tend to have less optimal conditions.
For an in-depth look at the yearly conditions, visit our specialized Zandvoort climate page with graphs.
Zandvoort, monthly averages in July
Where to go in the Netherlands in JulyFind out more about the weather in the Netherlands in July and which places have the best weather conditions in this month.
So, what should you wear in Zandvoort in July?For visitors traveling to Zandvoort, we recommend wearing layers. So maybe a skirt, t-shirt, shorts for during the day and jeans and a warm jacket for some days and evenings. Bring a rain jacket in case it rains during your stay. Plan on layering your clothes. With a water temperature of around 18°C there is no need to bring your swimwear.
What To Do
We rated the following activities from 1 (least suitable) to 10 (best) to do in July.
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