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sicily in novenber

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sicily in novenber

Hi All,

We are hoping to go to Sicily in november - for a sun holiday are we mad ?????



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1. Re: sicily in novenber

November is low season – less crowds, but those visiting for cultural, culinary or historical interest will be well rewarded.

You will still be able to swim in the beginning of November, usually through the first week – Not last year however, cold early, rain, and even snow in the higher elevations.

Usually, it starts to get a little chilly, especially at night. Also expect afternoon showers, so bring an umbrella. Autumn begin the rainy season.

Temperatures in Palermo generally average from 14-19 Celsius/56-66 Fahrenheit.

Average temperatures and rainfall amounts for Palermo:


You will need to prepare for a little bit of all kinds of weather. Dress in layers and bring a light jacket, but also pack the tee shirts.

The weather in november?:



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2. Re: sicily in novenber

We went in November (1st-15th) and had wonderful weather and went swimming several times. The temperatures were not hot but very pleasant and perfect for touring around. The beaches on the south shore were deserted but the water still warm enough to enjoy.

November was a great time to go! Have a wonderful trip.

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