Initially, the velvet season was called the period in the area of Easter. The last weeks of April and the first weeks of May were considered golden days when it is no longer cold, but also not hot. The velvet season was nicknamed due to the fact that nobles stopped wearing fur clothes due to warmer weather and wore velvet. Over the years, everything changed, and gradually began to call velvet rest in the fall.
Today, the velvet season is the time from late August to mid-October. It is during this period that the sun is soft, nights are not cold, but fresh, and the temperature of the water in the sea is 22-25 degrees. Gourmets love velvet vacations. And not surprisingly, because there are much fewer people this season, the beaches are not crowded, and you can safely enjoy the trip. Continue reading