Sicily Weather November Averages, Italy
What's The Weather Like In Sicily In November?
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With six hours of daily sunshine, November's still a pleasant month to visit Sicily, especially if you are escaping from the winter chill in the UK or northern Europe. It's still light and warm enough to enjoy exploring all the island has to offer.
How Hot Is Sicily In November?
During your stay, you'll rarely see temperatures reach higher than 18°C. then they will drop to around 13°C after sunset. Surprisingly, Sicily does attract some winter snow. Mount Etna is usually snow-capped from December - April.
Hotels for Sicily in November
Hotel Villa Ducale
Built inside an authentic Italian Villa, Hotel Villa Ducale is a top tier boutique hotel reserved for the most discerning tourists who wish to spend their stay in Sicily immersed in luxury. The Villa is uniquely beautiful and offers special suites for romantic couples and newlyweds on their honeymoon. You'll never want to leave
Located in prestigious Taormina, Hotel Imperiale is a spectacular exclusive hotel that boasts one of the highest acclaimed spas in southern Italy. The Imperiale towers over the historic centre of Taormina and stands out from the crowd thanks to its beautiful style, which seamlessly merges tradition with modernity, and top service.
Sun Garden Hotel
Sun Garden Hotel is a romantic Mediterranean hotel that welcomes couples who seek a discreet retreat to relax in Sicily. The hotel is beautiful and affordable, giving the chance to young couples to fully experience Sicily in their leisure.
Paradiso delle Msdonie
Discreet and elegant, the Paradiso delle Madonie is a romantic resort located next to the medieval town centre of Castelbuono and the Castle of the Ventimiglia. Perfect for couples, the hotel has just 16 rooms, all finely furnished and fully equipped with a host of attractive amenities.
Restaurants and Bars for Sicily in November
Boheme Enoristorante is Sicily's top wine restaurant and one that boasts the largest selection of fine local and imported wines in southern Italy. Located in a trendy neighbourhood in Palermo, Boheme serves incredible food to accompany its numerous wine choices and has become one of the favourite spots for wine lovers in Sicily.
Aisha Berber Restaurant
Unique to Sicily, Aisha Berber Restaurant is a Middle Eastern Arab-inspired restaurant that serves international dishes from Morocco, Turkey, Tunisia and beyond. Hidden away in the centre of Catania, the restaurant and its culinary treasures await to be discovered by tourists with a passion for sampling exotic foods from across the globe.
La Pasticceria FC
If you've got a bit of a sweet tooth, you'll love La Pasticceria FC. This bakery offers a wealth of homemade pastries, biscuits and cakes. Be sure to ask for a 'signor cannolo' it's their signature dish.
Ai Bastioni is a trendy cocktail bar in Palermo. With its modern décor, upbeat music and delicious cocktails, this bar is popular with young tourists and locals alike.
Things to do in Sicily in November
Duomo di San Giorgio
Art and history enthusiasts won't want to miss the chance to visit the Duomo di San Giorgio in Ragusa. This stunning Baroque monument is a wonderful place to enjoy an afternoon walk with great views and nearby gardens perfect for relaxing in weather permitting
Sicily's most popular and discerning wine cellar is none other than Picone Enoteca. This local wine producer stocks an impressive selection of local and imported wines and offers guided tours to the local winery.
Located in Erice's Spanish quarter, the local Erice Market is one of the best places to buy local products and produce. This incredible place offers the whole gamut of what Sicily's local commercial markets have to offer, all in one place. The prices are fairly low and the store owners are always courteous and polite.
Temple of Segesta
The Temple of Segesta (also known as Tempio Greco or Greek temple) is an ancient Greek temple built on a hill. The temple is unique as it was left unfinished by its ancient builders and is missing certain architectural components to this very day. The view from the temple is fantastic and the temple itself seems frozen in time.
Agrigento's Archaeological Museum
Agrigento's archaeological museum is home to numerous unique and priceless Phoenician, Greek, Etruscan, Carthaginian and Roman artefacts including amazing sculptures and ancient jewellery. Every exhibit is accompanied with descriptions in English, making this museum very accessible to international tourists.
Dates for the diary
Festival de Morgana
Festival de Morgana is dedicated to Sicilian puppets called puppi. Rare puppi are showcased throughout the festival in the Museo delle Marionette, plus you can expect to enjoy lively puppet shows performed by talented puppeteers from across the globe.
Sagra celebrates the humble olive including the fruit itself, olive oil and dishes made using olives. Expect tastings aplenty.