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The Weather in Isles of Scilly
This is the climate diagram for Isles of Scilly. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. In contrast, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is May.
Discover the mythic Isles of Scilly from a beach-side holiday letting
The Isles of Scilly are like no other place in the United Kingdom. Just off the Cornish coast, these remarkable islands could almost be mistaken for Greece. Sugar-soft sand, exceptional seafood, fascinating history, and incredible wildlife await when you opt for a holiday cottage on the isles.
Flowers and rowing races
Immerse yourself in the rich maritime culture of the Isles of Scilly, which are saturated with myth and legend. Watch traditional weekly rowing races off the coast in summer. Every May, Scilly hosts the World Pilot Gig Championships, which see 130 crews roll up to the islands to compete.
Flower growing is another island tradition. Head to Tresco Abbey Gardens, where burgeoning exotic plants flourish in a subtropical paradise not possible a few miles away on the mainland. Here, unbelievable horned pheasants strut along the paths winding through lush flora.
Swimming with seals
Children and adults alike will love the opportunity to swim with dolphins and seals. The calm turquoise sea also invites younger swimmers attracted by the diverse wildlife.
Nature walks along the beaches are also fascinating for young nature lovers. You'll spot bright-beaked puffins and diverse migrating birds. You can also enjoy top-notch surfing by the idyllic beaches.
Scoot on over to St. Mary's Island, the largest in the Scillys. Dramatic coves and impressive archaeological sites invite you from the sparkling marina. Explore the coastal paths that run along the island's perimeter for miles.
Meanwhile, St. Agnes feels almost untouched by human hands. Cosy cottages nestle among stone stacks and perfect beaches. Discover treasures from shipwrecks at Beady Pool Beach and the Bronze Age standing stone known as the Old Man of Gugh.
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