What’s the weather like in Sardinia in July?
A picturesque island southwest of mainland Italy, Sardinia has a pleasant Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and short, mild winters. With long hours of daylight and consistent temperatures, July is the perfect time to make the most of the sun on the beach. You’ll be kept cool on hikes through the island’s mountains thanks to the coastal breeze.
In July the average temperature is around 24°C. It’s the sunniest month of the year in Sardinia, and you can look forward to around 12 hours of sunshine a day. To protect yourself from the UV rays make sure you pack plenty of sun cream, especially as the afternoons can reach highs of 29°C. With average lows of 19°C, the evenings are pleasantly warm. An average 2mm of rain in July ensures you don’t need to worry about showers. If you’re on the beach you can enjoy the warm Mediterranean sea, which has an average temperature of 23°C.