Sardinia Holiday in September 2013

What can you expect in Sardinia in September?

Settembre, caldo e asciutto, maturare fa ogni frutto
September, warm and dry, makes every fruit ripen




Thanks to its Mediterranean climate and about 300 days of sun, Sardinia is an ideal travel destination all year round, without exceptions.
Sardinia in September can still be defined a great summer destination and if you look for warm temperatures, if you prefer less crowded beaches and if you love autumn festivals, a September holiday in Sardinia is a perfect choice.

Here you are what you can expect in Sardinia in September.

If in Italian you say “Settembre”, in Sardinian language you say "Cabudanni" (New Year Eve). In ancient times, the first month of the year was in fact considered September (and not January) because during this month started the agricultural and farming jobs across the island.

Weather in Sardinia in September 
The average daily temperature in Sardinia during September can reach a high of 27°C or drop to an average low of 17°C. Sardinia is renowned for its six month summer which means that the sea can be warm enough for swimming from May until October and water sports are all still appealing. By September 2013 , the summer weather is still continuing, although the temperatures have dropped a little compared to July and August, so it is slightly more bearable.

Sardinia Events September 2013
Porto Cervo Food Festival  - 21st and 22nd September, Porto Cervo
Movie Festival Pensieri e Parole, Libri e Film dall’Asinara – from 4th to 8th September, Asinara Island
The ancient Selargino wedding  - from 3th to 8th September, Selargius (Cagliari)
Autumn in Barbagia Festival – 6th, 7 th,  8th, September Bitti and Sarule. 3th, 14th, 15th September, Oliena.  27th, 28th, 29th September,  Orani,  Austis, Dorgali
DanzEstate 2013 (Ballets and music)  – from 5th to 12th September, Cagliari
San Daniele Ham Tasting – 12th, 13th September, Cagliari

Where to holiday in Sardinia in September

What to pack for a September holiday in Sardinia
Swimsuit and your best summer clothes for the morning and the afternoon, light sweater and a pashmina for nights out.

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