Weather Averages for Naples in September
Averages for Naples in September
third-largest city in Italy
(after Rome and Milan),
Naples is an
enchanting city with rich history that is written all over its incredible
historic centre. Listed as one of UNESCO’s largest World Heritage Sites, the
centre attracts millions of visitors throughout the year.
In September, autumn arrives and while it is still high season, the festive summertime atmosphere calms down with the dropping temperatures. During the month of September, average temperature stays around 22 degrees, average sea temperature stays at 22 degrees Celsius (same as August) and the sun shines for 6 hours each day. There are occasional rains that amount to 80mm of rainfall and sprinkle the city for 9 days of the month.
September is the last month of the tourist season and good hotels can be a bit pricey. Thankfully, some quality hotels, such as the Hotel Domus Flegrea, offer great prices in the month of September, making them an ideal budget option. The Domus Flegrea is a tidy and clean hotel with definite Neapolitan character that will charm and impress. Newly built, the hotel offers quality services and great access to all the points of interest inside and around Naples, thanks to its advantageous position in a scenic Neapolitan route. The view is impressive and the hotel’s amenities leave nothing to be desired. The Domus Flegrea also sports a decent restaurant that serves quality southern Italian food at very reasonable prices.
As well as dropping in on the city’s major museums, seek out the unique and interesting Secret Museum, which really is one of a kind. The Secret Museum is a separate section of the Naples National Archaeological Museum, which stores the largest collection of erotic or sexually explicit archeological finds in the world. Most of these finds come from the destroyed ancient city of Pompeii and paint ancient Roman culture in a very interesting light.