The climate in Sardinia is specific to the Mediterranean islands. Its climate oscillates between the typical European temperature and the tropical temperatures of Africa.
The climate is predominantly warm, with phases of high pressure, which bring a warm climate throughout the winter season: the so-called winter ‘secche’ or January ‘secche’. Particularly pleasurable is autumn and spring; summer is the warmest, but does not reach excessive temperatures.
Sardinia is one of the regions with the lowest cloudiness rate. Within a year there are approximately 300 days of sun. Rain tends to fall in particular during the autumn and winter season.
The dominant winds are the mistral, which blows from northwest and the sirocco (south-east). The mistral may blow with considerable strength in particular on the western coast.
Typical temperatures throughout the year are: in spring 16,1°C., in summer 22,8°C., in winter 11,2 °C.
For further information on the weather, please contact the following sites:
-Consorzio S.A.R. - Servizio Agrometeorologico Regionale