What’s the weather like in Sicily in July?
As the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, Sicily has a hot and sunny climate during the summer months, making it the ideal holiday destination if you want to relax on the beach or explore the local sights. Although it’s very warm in July, temperatures aren’t overly hot so the weather’s nice and comfortable, and perfect for little ones.
On average, the daytime temperature in Sicily is a warm 22°C in July, with highs of 26°C in the peak of the day. After dark, temperatures dip to a low of 18°C, so it’s worth packing some warmer layers for evenings out at the local bars and restaurants. Just 10mm of rain’s expected over the course of the month, so there’s little chance of wet weather ruining your holiday. The sea’s beautifully warm at 25°C, perfect for swimming or snorkelling.