Palermo Weather November Averages, Italy

    • Temperature Temperature 17°C 63°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 19°C 66°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 15°C 59°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 5.5 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 130 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 14 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 19.9°C 68°F

    Palermo Weather for November 2021

    With the temperatures continuing to drop and the rainfall hitting the highest amounts for the entire year, autumn is in full swing in Palermo in November. The average rainfall amounts jump almost 40 mm from October, up to 130 mm falling this month. That amount falls over 14 days, so the rains still remain fairly light but occur more frequently. Still, with those odds, you'll probably have more sunny days than rainy days during your holiday.

    Like the nearby resort city of Altofonte, the average daily temperature for this resort is 17°C (about 63°F). The highs get up to 19°C (around 66°F), very pleasant autumn temperatures, especially when compared to other parts of Europe during this same time. The lows drop down to 15°C (around 59°F), but generally it only gets that cool at night and in the early morning hours.

    You have fewer hours this month to enjoy activities in the daylight, with an average of 5.5 sunshine hours per day. If you plan accordingly, however, you should have plenty of time to get in your outdoor activities before the sun goes down. Then once it does, you have time to explore the indoor and nightlife activities the resort has to offer. With the cooler temperatures at night, you'll want to bring along a sweater or jacket if you plan on being outside or around the shore.

    The ocean temperature starts to drop this month, averaging 20°C (about 68°F). While the water feels warm when you're in it, you'll be pretty cold when you get out, thanks to the lower air temperature. With the proper wet or dry suit, however, you can still enjoy watersports during this time of the year. At the very least, it's nice enough to walk along the beach and enjoy the sun shining and fewer crowds.

    Located on the famed Liberty Avenue, the Mercure Palermo Excelsior offers convenient access to all the city has to offer. It also provides a quiet and peaceful retreat, as the hotel is surrounded by an English garden. Other hotel amenities include two restaurants and bars, free Wi-Fi, city tours, power and sail boat rentals, laundry service, and 24-hour concierge. Room choices range from the standard classic room to the opulent junior suite with separate living area.

    A quaint bed and breakfast with comfortable rooms, the Casa Riccio sits near the city centre. Its convenient location close to restaurants, bars, and attractions makes it an excellent choice for your November holiday away in Palermo. You can choose from the single, double, or triple room configuration. The hotel also offers an all-inclusive option that includes breakfast each morning, free Wi-Fi, tourist information and maps, and airport shuttle service.

    The Hotel Tonic is a three-star hotel with useful amenities like luggage storage, breakfast each morning in a cute breakfast room, and helpful and knowledgeable staff. The rooms are simply decorated but comfortable, with televisions, mini fridges, private bathrooms, and free Wi-Fi. For the budget traveller, Hotel Tonic offers special deals throughout the year that provide discounts on the already affordable room rates.

    If you're looking for a laid-back atmosphere to indulge in classic Sicilian and Italian foods, try the Trattoria ai Cascinari. The casual diner has a menu full of dishes like pastas, seafood, and antipasti. Dine in the cosy interior room or ask for a table in the outdoor courtyard and eat under the stars of Palermo, enjoying the still-nice November weather.

    Cosy up at one of the quaint tables at Bar Pasticceria Ruvolo and grab a cup of coffee or cappuccino. You can watch the world go by at this popular bakery near the centre of Palermo. Along with hot drinks, you can get pastries, gelato, and desserts, as well as light breakfast, lunch, and dinner dishes.

    Chic and casual, Caffe Leone provides diners with traditional Sicilian dishes. Menu favourites include antipasto rustica, eggplant crescents, swordfish, octopus salad, and fettucine with prawns. The huge pizza menu has more traditional options like four cheese and Sicilian, as well as more unusual combinations like shrimp with tomato, zucchini, arugula, and Parmesan cheese.

    For those who want to do so much more than eat amazing Sicilian food, the Market Cooking Class at Ristorante Cin Cin fits the bill. Led by Mamma Lucia and Vincenzo, the class starts off in the morning with shopping in one of Palermo's outdoor markets. There, you'll purchase the ingredients for your meals and then head back to the restaurant to prep your meal.

    Located next to the Four Corners Square, Fontana della Vergogna sits in the Piazza Pretoria. The fountain has been called the Fountain of Shame by the nearby Catholic church, thanks to the nude statues that decorate it. While most of it is fenced in now to prevent additional wear and tear, you can still enjoy its beauty and history and get some amazing photos.

    Located along the main A29 highway in Palermo, the Monumento strage di Capaci marks the spot where the Sicilian mafia, Cosa Nostra, bombed a vehicle carrying an anti-mafia judge. The act of terrorism took place in 1992 and killed Judge Giovanni Falcone and his wife Francesca Morvillo, as well as three officers traveling with them. You can see the monument as you pass on the road or pull over to see it better.

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