Weather in Gallura

A marvellous territory with a gorgeously rich landscape, culture, history, and food tradition.

If you are planning a trip to Gallura, you should pay attention to the weather and other climactic conditions that you will find and choose the best time to enjoy all the variety the territory has to offer. Let’s start with the fact that this is a very pleasant region from this point of view, the weather is almost always mild. Summers are certainly hot, but often accompanied by a fresh breeze that makes beach visits very pleasant, while winters never go below a certain threshold so that you won’t need many layers

A great chance to enjoy the beauty of every season.

The Gallura climate in summer

Without a doubt the period where Gallura has the most visitors, especially in the central months of July and August, when the beaches and nearby towns fill up with tourists from all over the world. The climate is more pleasant in June and September, while the remaining months are characterised by temperatures in the 30s, reaching higher peaks only in certain circumstances.

This happens because there’s always a lovely breeze coming from the sea, which tends to mitigate the sun’s heat and guarantees a pleasant visit to the beach. The coast of Santa Teresa Gallura a Olbia and beyond is mostly known for its Maestrale wind, that blows very loudly.

The Gallura climate in autumn

Enjoying the beauty of Gallura during this season is a real privilege, the leaves make for a fun contrast of colours with the sea. Mid-September is still a lovely time to go to the seaside, because on the clearest days 22 degrees are almost always guaranteed, with the chance to take a dip in the sea as you enjoy a late summer that only appears in few places aside from here. The situation shifts in November, but if you’re lucky, you can still have temperatures in the 20s – the evening brings much lower temperatures due the wind coming from the sea. This is when rain tends to be more frequent.

The Gallura climate in winter

The good news is that in the month of December showers tend to be few and far between, and the climate is quite dry. However, the temperatures are much lower and over the course of the day they don’t tend to go above 14 degrees. This is much more pleasant compared to other regions of the peninsula.

You can definitely walk on the seashore in these conditions, though you may want to be careful when the wind is at its strongest. In the evening the temperature drops yet again, it goes to below 10 degrees, which would require a clothing change.

The months of January and February are the coldest, temperatures don’t go above 13 degrees during the daytime, and they go even lower when it gets dark. In mountainous Alta Gallura, from Tempio to Monte Limbara, you can even expect snow at this time.

The Gallura climate in spring

Nature begins to wake up again, and blossoms in all of its beauty. This Mediterranean spot is painted in brilliant colours, and the plants decorate the shores up to the sea. This is the ideal time to visit Gallura due to its tranquillity and wonderful beaches, particularly as we reach the month of May. While March and April do not tend to go above 17 degrees, May is the time that typically starts the summer season. Despite the rain that might still make an appearance, it does not happen too much. Therefore visits will be marked by sunshine that isn’t too hot and a pleasant breeze.