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Italy is located in South-Europe. It incorporates the valley of the Po River, the Apennine Peninsula, the two big islands of the Mediterranean, Sicily and Sardinia; and numerous smaller islands.
Italy was populated in the first millennium B.C. Meanwhile, the northern part of the peninsula was conquered by the Etruscans; the southern part by Greek settlers. Throughout more than 3000 years there were many migration periods and invasions. Finally, Italy was unified in 1870. Beforehand it was divided by dukedoms, republics and the Pope’s state. Several conflicts had affected the state during the Italian Monarchy and world wars before today’s Italian Republic were proclaimed.
You can experience the real Mediterranean climate on the South. Summers are warm and dry, whereas winters are mild. There are irregular periods of precipitation, snow rarely falls. The best sailing period is between March and November. In summer the temperature of the South-Italian waters can even reach 26 degrees. The water level is changeable due to the strength of the sirocco wind.
Rome, Italy’s capital city, with its rich history and culture is a fairly attractive destination for tourists. Its most visited monument, the Colosseum, was erected in the Ancient Times. Some additional examples are Forum Romanum, Pantheon or Castel Sant’Angelo. Other sights, though, preserve the features of the Renaissance and Baroque eras such as Capitolium Square or Trevi Fountain. As you may know, pasta is a typical dish in Italy By the way, pizza, the worldwide beloved dish, originates from Naples. Not to forget about their extra strong espresso coffee and delicious cappuccino. Gelato, their world-famous ice cream, was first made by Italian confectioners.
If you are looking for a memorable holiday experience, the Italian beaches will never disappoint you. They offer a wide range of choices from fine white sandy to small pebble-stoned shores.
It is one of Italy’s most beautiful beaches, stretches along the northern east part of Sardinia. You step on small pebbles on its beach. If you are interested in active programmes, take part in mountain climbing or trekking tours.
Rimini can be found in the south-eastern zone of Emilia Romagna. It is, actually, the most popular holiday resort of the Adriatic Riviera. It is also called ‘Europe’s Miami’. The 15 km long coastline is the favourite place for families with children thanks to its slowly-deepening water. You are rather keen a tranquil holiday without crowds of people? Then, unfortunately, you need to choose another destination. The beaches here are crammed with thousands of bathers.
Pane e Pomodoro in Bari is the second largest and most important city of South-Italy after Naples. The full-service beach is a quite variable offering sandy, pebble-stoned or even grassy parts. Its gradually deepening water makes it also a great place for kids. The beach is accessible by train or in 30-40 minutes on foot across a promenade near the shore.
La Pelosa beach is one of Sardinia’s most wonderful beaches. It can be found in Stintino city. Its water is really special, shallow and transparent. Moreover, you put your feet here into fine white sand. Thanks to its picturesque panorama it is regarded as an excellent destination. Here you can even see the islands of Piana and Asinara.
Unforgettable sailing experience is all you desire, then head to Sicily. It is an extraordinary island even among other Italian ones with all its fabulous sights. Are you a Sea lover? Rent a boat right at this wonderful place. The total extension of the Capo d’Orlando Marina is about 183,000 square metres. It involves all quays and indoor places. There are 553 berths for yachts with a length of 7,50 – 40 meters in this impressive marina. The modern and multifunctional complex provides full service. After arrival, the purpose is to create a friendly atmosphere for the members of the crew by different services in the local yacht club, restaurant or boutiques.
Actually, the nice climate and clear waters are Sardinia’s primary attractions. In addition, there are cosy beaches and many sights like in Sicily. If you are heading to the other large island of Italy, you are going to gain an unforgettable sailing experience as well. However, there are several marinas in South-Sardinia; there are only a few on the East and South. Cagliari is not just the capital city of Sardinia, but one of the most impressive ports of the Mediterranean. It is easily accessible from its international airport. On the one hand, its size is enormous due to its geographical location. On the other hand, it provides full service. For luxurious yachts, it is an idyllic port.
In Italy there are different types of climate: mild continental in the Po Valley, cold in the Alps, the Mediterranean in coasts and islands, and finally cool and windy in the Apennines. Because of the considerable length of the peninsula, there is a variation between the climate of the north, attached to the European continent, and that of the south, surrounded by the Mediterranean.
Sometimes cold air from northern Europe can spread south into Italy, bring snow to most mountains, while the coasts are kept warm by the high sea temperatures. The climate for which Italy is famous, with a mild climate and plenty of sunshine tempered by breezes, is actually found only in coastal and plain areas of the center and south, as well as in the coast of Liguria in the north-west. As a rule, the Tyrrhenian coast is warmer and wetter than the Adriatic coast.
The Mediterranean climate in Italy has often local variations. Surrounded by warm seas and with mountains close by, the coast always has a breeze; mountain areas are usually cooler with clear sunny skies, but sometimes local showers or thunderstorms in the afternoon. The coast and valleys tend to have hotter summers than the hills or mountains although the coast benefits from breezes off the sea for cooler temperatures even in those warmer months.
July and August are the hottest and sunniest months, except in the Alpine region. The summer can be quite hot in Italy, mainly in the south of the peninsula, with high nocturnal temperatures of usually 28-33°C, but sometimes even 40°C. Autumn is often rainy, especially from late September or October onwards.
Sardinia is subject to Atlantic winds and Sicily to African winds. In spring and fall, the Sirocco, a warm wind from Africa, raises the temperature of the peninsula.
In The summer these winds can bring very hot, unpleasant weather, sometimes even up to the northern districts of Italy. Occasional short cold spells in winter can bring about the north winds from central Europe.