Venice Weather in July
What’s the weather like in Venice in July?
July is one of the warmest times to visit Venice, which is perfect if you’re looking for a holiday with a fantastic climate with lots of sunshine and high temperatures. Venice weather in July is very pleasant, with slightly less rainfall than last month and mild sea water that’s perfect for swimming.
Venice is located on the northeast coast of Italy’s Veneto region. The city is just a stone’s throw away from the Adriatic Sea and is protected from it by a long strip of land made up of various parts of the Venice Lido, the Jesolo Lido and the Cavallino-Treporti Lido. Venice is very hot and humid in July, with temperatures soaring to the high-20s on most days of the month. There are a few showers throughout the month, but they tend to be very light and short.
Venice enjoys up to 15 hours of sunshine per day with at least nine hours of guaranteed sunlight throughout the month. Temperatures are pleasant, reaching highs of 28°C with an average low of 18°C. Sea water is mild and great for swimming with an average temperature of 25°C. Humidity is around 51% but has been known to climb as high as 92% in July. The average rainfall is around 63mm, which means there are at least ten rainy days with gentle 11mph winds.