Cinque Terre Weather
Cinque Terre weather is fairly mild, but the winter months can be a bit cold, around 3 degrees Celsius for an average low and 11 degrees for an average high (38 low to 52 high in Fahrenheit). The peak summer months can be on the warm side, 18 degrees Celsius for an average low and 29 degrees for an average high (64 low to 85 high in Fahrenheit).
The very best Cinque Terre weather months are generally May, September and October, although June is the most popular month of the year.
Here is the current weather in Cinque Terre, Italy in both Celsius and Fahrenheit.
Cinque Terre is a remarkable and fun to explore. Plus, you get a heck of a lot of exercise walking up many flights of steps and inclines, which helps burn off a few of those Italian meals.
- Take a boat tour to see the villages from the sea, which provides the best perspective. We took a sunset tour in a semi-private boat, which we would recommend. There is a large ferry-like vessel, but it is so crowed I’m not sure how much fun it would be.
- Take the train to get from village to village. Since we were staying in the first village of Riomaggiore, we took the train to the last village (Monterosseo) and made our way back one village at a time. There is also a coastal trail, so you may want to walk to one of the villages, then use the train to get to your next stop.
- We did 4 out of 5 villages and although it is quite difficult to choose, we thought that Vernazza was the most photogenic.
- Torre Aurora in Monterosseo is an amazing place for lunch or dinner offering some extraordinary views.
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