The climate in Tuscany is very mild. If you want to spend a beach holiday in Forte dei Marmi, the Ligurian coast is just right for you in the summer months. In the months of July and August, the thermometer climbs to an average of 29 degrees and the water temperature is around 23 degrees, perfect conditions for a bathing holiday. With up to 11 hours of sunshine a day, sun worshippers can make the most of relaxed beach days in Forte dei Marmi. In summer, there are an average of three rainy days in the region. At this time, many Italians also flee from the hot heat in the cities to the pleasant climate by the sea. If sightseeing in Tuscany is on the agenda in addition to a beach holiday, then a stay in spring or autumn is recommended. Especially in April, May and June, the temperatures are already warm in early summer and it is wonderful to marvel at the awakening vegetation. With up to 27 degrees and around 10 hours of sunshine a day, visiting Italy's many art treasures is fun and does not become an ordeal in sweltering heat. In the hottest months of the year, temperatures in cities like Florence or Pisa climb up to 40 degrees. A swim in the sea in spring is only recommended for the very brave, however, because with water temperatures between 14 and 17 degrees, the cool water is still very cold. The autumn months are ideal in Tuscany, because with maximum temperatures of up to 25 degrees and a water temperature of around 21 degrees, autumn is still perfect bathing weather. And excursions to the surrounding area or to the well-known Tuscan cities such as Florence or Siena are also a good idea. The tourist crowds of high summer have slowly disappeared and travellers can spend wonderful days in Forte dei Marmi, especially in September. At this time, the many sun loungers and parasols on the beaches are already dismantled and holidaymakers can enjoy quiet days on the beach.