In terms of weather, there is rarely a bad time to travel to the Amalfi Coast.  Even during the coldest months of winter, the temperature in the area generally hovers around fifty degrees.  It can sometimes feel a bit colder than the temperature reading during this time because the rainy season generally moves in then and the rain combines with breezes off of the water to feel cooler than the registered temperatures.  Despite this, in comparison with many parts of the world, the Amalfi Coast is mild during the winter.

The area is also comfortable in the summer, when it generally averages in the eighties for high temperatures.  The rainy season usually ends right around Easter and doesn’t start up again until the winter rains hit in late November.  Because of this, summer is the busy tourist time in the area, although there is a peak during the Christmas season as well. Although beautiful and quiet in November please be aware the majority restaurants and hotels are closed.

In terms of events and festivals in the area, there is also no bad time to go.  The Amalfi Coast is made up of a number of cities which each have their own great time to go for experiencing the local culture.  More information on annual events in the area is located at .