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Weather and climate

Temperature: November to April sees the mercury hovering between the mid-to-late teens, making this destination ideal for a winter break. Between May and August, the temperatures climb from the early twenties to around 30°C.

Best time to visit: Book your holidays to Sant’Agnello in the summer for the warmest temperatures. The soothing sea breeze stops it from getting too hot.

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Sant' Agnello is best for...

p>Peace and quiet: Located on top of a towering cliff, holidays to Sant’Agnello are much quieter and authentic than at any of the neighbouring towns.


Best for explorers: The town and its narrow paths are full of piazzas, churches and gardens waiting to be explored.

Best for scenery lovers: Sitting further out than the surrounding Neapolitan towns, the town offers jaw-dropping views of the Bay of Naples.

Fast facts

Language: The language spoken here is Italian, but you’ll find that most of the locals have a basic grip of English. Pack a phrasebook or download a language app and give your Italian a whirl. No matter how bad your attempts, the locals will appreciate it!

Currency: You’ll need to change up your Sterling for Euros, before flying off on your Sant’Agnello holidays.

Local time: Sant'Agnello is 1 hour ahead of GMT/UK time.

Fly to: Naples International Airport. The transfer time to Sant'Angello is about 1 hour.

Flight time from UK: The flight time to Sant'Angelo is 2.5 hours.

Tourist information: Further Sant’Agnello tourist information can be found at

Visa / Health: Before you travel, visit for recommendations and advice on visas and health for your holiday.

Holiday destinations related to Sant Agnello:

  • Amalfi
  • Ischia Porto
  • Sorrento
  • Lake Garda
  • Limone
  • Malcesin
  • Venetian Riviera
  • Sardinia 
  • Sicily
  • Getting around

    By foot: Compact, rustic and authentic, the town is a network of narrow streets and sunny piazzas, best explored on foot.

    By bus: Explore the peninsula further by bus; Sorrento is a quick bus ride away if you don’t want to walk.

    By train: Board the Circumvesuviana and visit the ruins of Pompeii, which is around half an hour away, or stay on until you reach Herculaneum or Naples.


    Street party lovers: Watch the town come alive at the Festa del Mare in August. It’s a ‘come one, come all’ celebration of the sea, with live music, handicrafts, and the mouth-watering scent of freshly grilled fish, cooked to traditional, local recipes.

    Art lovers: From museums to choral singing, take advantage of the numerous art and cultural festivals around Sorrento throughout the year.