Thassos Island is found in the northern part of Greece sitting on the Aegean Sea.
It offers nature, culture, tradition, and good food. Tourists can visit any time of the year, depending on the activities that they plan to do.
In November, it is beginning to become cold but it is by no means too cold to enjoy a visit.
In November, tourists can expect an average daytime temperature high of 15°C (58°F).
The average night time low will be around 7°C (44°F). It is colder this month and visitors may need to bring thick sweaters and other types of warm clothing to keep warm, especially if plans include being outside in the evenings.
November's average precipitation is around 71 mm or 3 inches. Visitors may or may not experience rain however, the winter months are the wettest month in Thassos.
Average relative humidity during the month is about 75%.
There will generally be about 7 hours of sunshine per non-rainy day in November.
This is the time of the year when visitors can witness (and with a little small talk possibly take part in) the harvesting of olives and see how the famous Thassos olive oil is manufactured.
The same can be experienced with the harvesting of the grapes. Tourists can visit wineries to see how the grapes are processed into wine and if they're lucky, get a taste of some fresh wine.
There are also a number distilleries where visitors can tour and watch the traditional way of making local liquors such as Tsipouro and Ouzo, two drinks that one might think are the same but are enjoyed in different ways. They have several distinct characteristics that separate them and many of the locals would be quite happy to explain the difference while sipping on a glass or two, so don't be afraid to ask!
For a 14 day forecast of Thassos' weather, click here.