Italy's diverse climate makes it a year-round hiking destination. Spring offers pleasant temperatures and blooming landscapes, perfect for exploring trails from the Dolomites to the Amalfi Coast.
Summers can be very hot, particularly in the south, so early morning or high-altitude hikes are recommended.
Autumn, with its mild climate and vibrant foliage, is ideal for hiking, while winter offers stunning snow-clad trails in the northern regions. Spring and autumn are generally the best times to hike. For detailed climate data, visit https://climateknowledgeportal.worldbank.org/country/italy