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The weather in San Remo
This is the climate diagram in San Remo. January is the warmest month in San Remo with average maximum temperatures of 26°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 7° in June. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is January.
Relax in San Remo's luxurious waterfront holiday houses
Not far from Melbourne, the waterfront holiday rentals of San Remo offer tranquillity and cosiness, as well as access to both the ocean and bay. Larger holiday houses offer panoramic sea views and sunsets from the balcony, with private pools and gardens. Holiday apartments in comfortable complexes often include a spa, gym, and kid’s playground facilities.
Savour the freshest seafood
Sample freshly caught and cooked seafood at San Remo Fisherman's Co-Op. Established in 1948, the co-op features straight-off-the boat fare like gummy shark, flathead, crayfish, and snapper, as well as great fish and chips.
Though San Remo was once purely a fishing village, you'll now find a variety of cuisines around town. Along the Marine Parade road there are a number of restaurants, including Thai, Chinese, and vegan options.
Endless fun with kids in San Remo
Visit the National Vietnam Veterans Museum, which offers special educational programming for children between nine and 12 years old.
Make you way to Phillip Island Nature Park, and enjoy seeing coastal scenery and Australian wildlife. Witness the Penguin Parade (pre-booking this tour is highly recommended), sail on eco-boats, greet the koalas at the Koala Conservation centre, and go on the virtual Antarctic Journey.
Scenic coasts and water activities galore in San Remo
Follow the east coast of San Remo down south to reach Kilcunda, a salt marsh reserve. This serene park fringed by rolling green hills frequently attracts aquatic birds. Go two kilometres farther south of the reserve to see a charming trestle railway bridge dating back to 1910.
A couple of kilometres east of Kilcunda you'll find the Powlett River, excellent for bird watching, fishing, canoeing, and swimming. For a scenic hike, head to the six kilometre long George Bass Coastal Walk atop the cliffs connecting Kilcunda and the beautiful blowhole of Punchbowl.
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