Autumn in Italy. Why should you go to Italy in September, October, November and December?

The golden and red vineyards and hills of Tuscany, Umbria or Marche, the warm water and empty beaches of Puglia, Calabria or Sardinia, few tourists and lower prices on the crowded Amalfi Coast and Cinque Terre seasons, rusty red leaves against still green meadows and white peaks of the Dolomites or maybe the huge amount of seasonal fruits, pleasant temperatures and the second spring in Sicily? Italy in September, October, November, early December. What are the pros and cons of travel in these months? What weather and what landscapes can you expect?

Calabria. Tropea and Capo Vaticano – turquoise pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea

Did you know that Ryanair started to offer cheap flights to Lamezia Terme in Calabria? March 30th from Krakow and from July 2nd from Warsaw. Thanks to it the farthest corner of mainland Italy, is now easily accessible. In less than an hour commuter by train for less than 5 euros you get to Tropea, a beautiful town suspended on a high cliff. The city beach is considered one of the most beautiful sandy beaches of Italy. It’s the perfect place to spend a few days and enjoy the beauty of the area. In the evenings in the town, in good weather, on the main terrace you can watch the sunset over the volcano Stromboli. The steep cliffs falling into the turquoise sea, the tiny cove tempting with its beauty and the high season with sun and warm water lasts until October. Sounds tempting? Come and see!