Sicily Weather February Averages, Italy
What's The Weather Like in Sicily in February?
Sicily has a Mediterranean climate with long, hot and dry summers and brief and cool winter. Although February may feel chilly for the locals, compared with the weather in the UK., it's competitively quite warm and sunny.
How Hot Is Sicily In February?
How Warm Is The Sea In February In Sicily?
How Much Does It Rain In Sicily In February?
February's sees 40mm of rain and that falls over an average of 17 days. So it's quite likely you'll see some rainy days on your trip.
Does it snow in Sicily in February?
Although it's practically unheard of for snow to fall at sea level in Sicily, Mount Etna is usually snow-capped from December to April and the higher peaks of the Nebrodi and Madonie ranges are usually dusted with snow in late December to early March.
Hotels for Sicily in February
The family-owned Hotel Palladio prides itself on taking care of its guests and offering top quality service. The hotel provides a great selection of services and amenities, including air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, library, solarium, restaurant, bar, free room service and a breakfast buffet.
The Albergo Cavour is a family run guest house located nearby Palermo's central station and just next to Via Roma, the city's main street. The pension is located at the top floor of a beautiful local building, and only the guest house's guests are allowed in, making it a safe and relaxed place. All rooms are spacious and boast a great view over Palermo's urban landscape and the stunning natural scenery beyond.
Restaurants and Bars for Sicily in February
Diverse and friendly, La Matrioska is an Italian restaurant that goes beyond Italy's boundaries to serve incredible Mediterranean dishes from Spain, Greece and southern Mediterranean. The menu includes mostly seafood dishes, all of which are fresh and tasty.
The Nord Sud is a French/Italian restaurant that specialises in delicious crepes (both savoury and sweet) as well as healthy salads and various other tasty snacks. This eatery is an instant hit with children thanks to its cosy décor and delicious sweet treats. The menu is large and the prices relatively low considering the amount of food and the high quality of its dishes.
Time Out Pub
In the bar owner's own words, the Time Out Pub is where "Sicily meets Ireland" and this charming, cosy pub is indeed an intriguing pub with a great blend of Irish and Italian influences. The pub is also known for televising all major sports events on its numerous wall-mounted TV screens, attracting sports fans who don't want to miss that all-important game.
Things to do in Sicily in February
Temple of Concord
You don't have to be a history buff to enjoy a trip to Temple of Concord, a perfectly preserved ancient temple that has been towering over Agrigento for more than two thousand years. Similar in style to the Acropolis, the temple is nonetheless unique in design and attracts millions of tourists and history buffs each year. The area is spotlessly clean and the temple is in amazing condition and the temples are lined with olive trees that are hundreds of years old.
Make time to take a trip up the Stromboli Volcano during your stay. If you choose to do an excursion, you can climb 900m to the top of the volcano or stop about half way. Alternatively, you can make your own way up the volcano and go as far as you please. During your climb you'll see some amazing views and if you time it correctly a beautiful sunset.
Dates for the diary
Carnevale is celebrated throughout February and March when the streets come alive with singing, dancing, theatre, food and parades. Carnevale attracts over 200,000 visitors each year and is a must-see during your visit to Sicily.