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Fuerteventura Weather in June – Your Complete Holiday Guide


A typical beach day in June in Fuerteventura

June is when things start to get heated in Fuerteventura: it’s still not as hot as it will be in July or August, but for those who are satisfied with temperatures just shy of 30°C during the daytime, June will prove to be a good month to visit. 

  • Weather in Fuerteventura in June
  • Temperatures in Fuerteventura in June
  • Rainfall
  • Sunshine hours
  • Sea temperature
  • Can you swim in Fuerteventura in June?
  • Things to do in Fuerteventura in June 
  • Events in June

Similar to May, June is a month when things are still quiet and laid back, since school holidays haven’t begun yet. Things start to get busier during the second half of June when kids in some of the countries in Europe start their summer holiday and they head over to Fuerteventura with their parents for a family holiday.

Weather in Fuerteventura in June

The weather in June is nice and warm, with temperatures going upwards of 25°C on most days.  

The trade winds start to make their presence felt once June arrives, but this is usually a good thing since it will help you to cool down during the day. You may think that 27 – 29°C is not so hot and that it could be even warmer, but keep in mind how close you are to the Equator and this fact influences how strong the sun feels in the Canary Islands.

So if you want to avoid the big heat during July and August, the month of June might prove perfect for a visit in your case. The wind can be annoying sometimes, but as long as you are close to the coast it won’t bother you too much.

Temperatures in Fuerteventura in June

The average high temperature in June in Fuerteventura is around 26°C, while at night you can expect temperatures of around 19°C. While it is not summer at its max, the temperatures are high enough for a pleasant beach holiday just as the summer is starting to kick off in other places around Europe.

  • Average high temperature: 25. 8°C  (78.4°F)
  • Average low temperature: 19.1°C  (66.4°F)
  • Daily mean temperature: 22.5°C  (72.5°F)

In Fuerteventura, the daily mean temperature is 22.5°C  (72.5°F) in June, which is calculated as a mean between the average high temperature of 25.8°C  (78.4°F) and the average low of 19.1°C  (66.4°F). 

The weather is really starting to warm up and you’ll have almost guaranteed beach days throughout your entire holiday here.

Record low & record high temperatures

The highest temperature ever recorded in Fuerteventura in June (at Airport station) was 41.6°C and the lowest was 13°C.

Since the island is mostly flat, the temperatures stay pretty much the same across all major resorts in Fuerteventura: Corralejo, Caleta de Fuste, Costa Calma and Morro Jable. There can be differences in terms of wind and cloudiness, so this means that if it’s cloudy where you are, somewhere else around the island it might be sunny and nice.

Rainfall

June is a month with no precipitation in Fuerteventura; on average there are 0 days of precipitation and 0 mm rainfall throughout the month. Seeing rain in June in Fuerteventura is a rare thing, so it’s not something you should worry about when planning your holiday.

Sunshine hours

Fuerteventura gets an average of 9.5 hours of sunshine per day in June, so the days are getting longer and it stays that way throughout the summer months. This is as good as it gets in terms of sunshine hours, around 9 to 10 hours per day between June and August.

Sea temperature


  • The average sea temperature in June in Corralejo: 20.7°C / 69.3°F

Can you swim in Fuerteventura in June?

With an average of 20.7°C / 69.3°F, the sea is starting to warm up slowly. For some, it might be still too cold and for others, it might be just warm enough to enjoy a nice swim.

Things to do in Fuerteventura in June 

Summer is the season to experience Fuerteventura’s wonderful beaches and coastline to the max. If you want to go on walks and explorations on foot we recommend you do so early in the day, before the midday heat sets in.

Don’t miss: Best Things To Do in Fuerteventura

Explore the paradise island of Los Lobos

If you’ve been to the north of Fuerteventura, you’re seen Los Lobos probably a million times, just across the Grandes Playas beaches. It’s just a short crossing away from Corralejo and you can enjoy the island on foot. Just remember to get a permit online before you go, as it is now a mandatory condition due to the limit of 200 people who can visit Los Lobos simultaneously.

A day in Gran Tarajal

Gran Tarajal may not be super popular among tourists, but it’s popular among expats in Fuerteventura. It is a lovely town towards the southern part of the island, with a large beach and a lovely promenade, with many bars and restaurants along the way. It is a quiet place to visit, with many locals who go about their daily life. It is a break from the resort life and it shows you a glimpse of how day to day life in Fuerteventura really is.

Events in June

Bonfire night / Noche de San Juan

23 June 2021

On the 24th of June, Spain celebrates the Fiesta of San Juan de Bautista, so the night before is the night when you can see lots of bonfires burning in different parts around the island. People burn things from their yards that they don’t need anymore, as it is illegal to do so at other times of the year.

FAQ about visiting Fuerteventura in June

Is Fuerteventura hot in June?

The weather is warm and sometimes hot in June in Fuerteventura, with an average high temperature in June in Fuerteventura is around 26°C.

Is June a good month to visit Fuerteventura?

Yes, June is a good time to visit Fuerteventura, especially if you like to visit the island when it’s less crowded. The weather is nice and warm, perfect for sunbathing.

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Fuerteventura, Canary Islands – June Weather

What’s The Weather Like in June in Fuerteventura?

June marks the beginning of the summer season in Fuerteventura, Canary Islands. Although since most of the European school holidays haven’t yet begun at this time, the island is relatively quiet and free of tourists.

How Hot Is Fuerteventura In June?

During this month, the average temperature for Fuerteventura is 23°C, created by average highs of 26°C during the day and average lows of 19°C after dark.

Highest and Lowest May Temperatures In Fuerteventura

The highest temperature ever registered in Fuerteventura in June is 41.6°C, recorded in June  2012 and the lowest was 13°C in June 1974.

Saharan Trade WInds In Fuerteventura

Extremely high temperatures are caused by the trade winds as they pass over the Sahara Desert, bringing thick dust and sand particles. This weather condition is known locally as a ‘calima’ and results in very low visibility, a general discomfort for everyone.

Does It Rain In Fuerteventura In June?

In June, the likelihood of rain is almost non-existent. Fuerteventura continuously experiences less precipitation than any of the other Canaries because is practically entirely flat. 

June Sunshine Hours 

Across June, Fuerteventura enjoys an average of ten hours of sunshine each day.

How Warm Is the Sea In June In Fuerteventura?

Thanks to Fuerteventura’s geographical location, the sea is always warm enough for swimming in, whatever time of year you visit. The average sea temperature for the waters around the island in June is 21°C.

Is June Windy In Fuerteventura?

Summer in Fuerteventura is much windier in than winter because the northeasterly trade winds which blow over the whole of the Canaries are particularly strong between June and October. 

Hotels in June in Fuerteventura 

h20 Tindaya Hotel

The four-star h20 Tindaya Hotel is located directly on the Sotavento beach in Costa Calma in the south of Fuerteventura. It offers a wealth of facilities and services for families, including three large swimming pools surrounded by a solarium, two children’s pools, mini golf course and games room. For couples, there is also a solarium with Balinese beds, boutiques, free gym, multi-sports court and Despacio Thalasso Centre with hydrotherapy pool, bithermal shower, sauna, Turkish bath, Jacuzzi, massage services, facials, body treatments and hairdressing services.

There are four onsite dining options: Betancuria Restaurant which boasts show cooking, La Choza Bar located next to the swimming pool, Herbania Bar which serves soft drinks, tea, coffee, cocktails, spirits, wines and beers and Tarajal Disco Bar which is open until late. Guests have a choice of 354 standard double rooms, superior double rooms and family rooms, each of which is decorated with airy sea blues and many of which boast sea views.

VIK Suite Hotel Risco del Gato

VIK Suite Hotel Risco del Gato is another top pick for travellers who want to stay close to the beach during their holiday in Fuerteventura. Also located along Sotavento beach in Costa Calma, this hotel is just 2km from the centre of the resort where you’ll find a plethora of international bars, restaurants and shops. The exclusive hotel is best known for its landscaped gardens which cover more than 34,000m2 and three swimming pools all located on different floors of the hotel. There is a Thai spa complete with Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, Scottish showers, massage room and solarium, tennis court and gym to promote wellness for adults, whilst the children will enjoy the playground and free WiFi access available at the lobby. #

There are two restaurants onsite: El Despertar which serves an international breakfast buffet and El Mirador which overlooks the sea and is open for dinner. Romantic candle-lit dinners for couples can also be enjoyed in the gardens upon request. Accommodation comes in the form of 44 junior suites, six senior suites and one Margarita Bonita suite, all of which feature vaulted or domed ceilings and are protected from the winds. Junior suites boast a whirlpool bath and outdoor terrace/garden, senior suites are the same but have a second bedroom, whilst the Margarita Bonita suite features a unique movement bed, LED lighting, Neotantra soft and a spa tub.

Sheraton Fuerteventura Beach, Golf & Spa Resort

For golfers, it doesn’t get much better than Sheraton Fuerteventura Beach, Golf & Spa Resort. This luxury hotel is ideally located, with the beach of Caleta de Fuste one of side and the 18-hole Fuerteventura Golf Club on the other, all just steps away from the resort’s shopping and entertainment centre where you’ll find loads of supermarkets, shops, restaurant and bars. Accommodation comes in the form of 266 spacious rooms, each of which is decorated in a traditional Canarian style with sea views.

The resort’s many highlights include the Hesperides Thalasso Spa which boasts 12 treatment rooms, hydrotherapy pool, relaxation zone, sauna, steam room, Roman bath, Hammam and ice fountain. For kids, there’s also a mini club, children’s pool and play area. For adults, there’s also a multi-sports court, tennis court, gym and entertainment programmes. As well as golfers, Sheraton Fuerteventura Beach, Golf & Spa resort is also a haven for foodies, with seven bars and restaurants serving international and local dishes a la carte and buffet-style.

Iberostar Fuerteventura Palace

When it comes to luxury all-inclusive hotels in Fuerteventura, it doesn’t get much better than Iberostar Fuerteventura Palace. This four-star hotel is set on the 25km beach at Jandia in the south of the island and is set around a huge pool area with a poolside bar and sun loungers which face the sea. To inspire health and wellness, there’s the Thai Zen spa, beauty salon and fitness room and for the kids there is a children’s swimming pool, several kids’ clubs, kids’ entertainment, children’s menus and playground. If you book a Star Prestige room, you’ll be treated to an exclusive pool and sunbathing area, open bar, free WiFi access and free late checkout. There other accommodation options available, including double standards and double superiors, many of which come with sea views. 

Fuerteventura Beach for June

Sotavento Beach

Sotavento Beach is one of the longest beaches in Fuerteventura, stretching on for 5km along the south eastern coast of the island. This beach forms a 27km-stretch of sand which starts at Playa Blanca and ends at Morro Jable on the island’s southern tip. The PWA Windsurfing and PKRA Kite Boarding World Cup Championships are held here every year because of the ideal weather conditions naturally created at this spot.

The prevailing north easterly trade winds receive a double acceleration at this part of the island, making the wind incredibly strong and therefore creating optimum conditions for slalom, speed and freestyle. Consistent winds, waves up to 2m-high and flat water are practically guaranteed in June. With the exception of a few beach bars, there are no facilities available here. And although it isn’t a dedicated nudist beach, many people do practise natural sunbathing at Sotavento Beach.

El Casaron

El Caserón is a large beach set in La Oliva, within the Natural Park of Corralejo Dines in the north of the island. Compared to the likes of Sotavento beach, El Caserón is fairly small, only measuring 300m long. However, since the crowds of tourists which flock to Fuerteventura in summer haven’t yet descended on the island in June, you’ll still have plenty of room to relax and the kids will have loads of room to play.

The sand here is like that which you’d expect to see in the Caribbean fine, soft and golden, lined by a turquoise sea which is almost always perfectly calm, making it ideal for swimming. Onsite facilities include toilets, showers, sun loungers, parasols, bars, restaurants, lifeguards and nearby parking. There is also one small section of the beach dedicated to nude sunbathing.

Bars and Restaurants

El Gusto

Cool off from the June heat during your holiday in Fuerteventura by popping into El Gusto. Located in Corralejo, this ice cream parlour serves up traditional homemade Italian gelato-style ice cream, with very large portions sold for affordable prices. You can try as many flavours as you like before you settle on your favourite a great bonus! Some of the most popular flavours include aloe and orange, dark chocolate, goat milk and several vegan-friendly options.

Domenoteca

Wine lovers won’t want to miss the chance to visit Domenoteca a bodega located in Corralejo. Decorated with romantic red tones and traditional Canarian wooden furniture, this wine cellar offers one of the most extensive collections of wine in the whole of Fuerteventura, with several bottles not found anywhere else in the Canary Islands.

In addition to wine, Domenoteca also serves traditional Canarian cuisine which is served to diners on the outdoor terrace which overlooks the harbour. Expert sommeliers are employed to ensure an impeccable wine experience and the restaurant’s chef is famous for his creative recipes that go well with the wine on offer.

Surf Bar Buena Onda

If you’re looking for a chilled out place to enjoy a casual meal, check out Surf Bar Buena Onda in Corralejo. Located just back from the beach, this bar is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with rolls, sandwiches, pizzas, salads and burgers on the menu. The venue is decorated in traditional surf chic, with an indoor terrace featuring seaside scenes painted on the walls alongside genuine surf boards and a small outside terrace peppered with small tables and comfy sofas.

Angel’s Cafe and Bar

When it comes to the very best English breakfast in Fuerteventura, you’ll be hard pressed to beat the offerings of Angel’s Café and Bar. Situated on Waikiki Beach Road, just behind the Duna Park Hotel, this bar is best known for its traditional English breakfast made up of sausages, bacon, eggs, bacon, beans and toast, all served up alongside a cup of proper British tea. In addition to the full English breakfast, Angel’s Café and Bar is also popular for its Sunday roast, which is made just like you’d do it at home.

Things to do in June in Fuerteventura 

Windsurfing

Since the strong trade winds are just beginning to pick up in Fuerteventura in June, now is a great time to have a go at windsurfing. El Cotillo on the north western coast of the island is a particularly popular spot for the water sport due to the almost guaranteed windy conditions and strong waves. The waves generally get larger as the tide drops and they always close out at the same point about 10m offshore where there is a ledge in the seabed.

The best time to catch the biggest waves is during low tide, especially one hour before high tide when they’re at their very highest. During high water, this beach also has a steep shelf, which creates a significant shorebreak and backwash. The wind and the current both move in the same direction south and the clear quality of the water means that you can easily spot any dangerous rocks and avoid them.

Watersports

If you’re a novice or have never tried windsurfing before, you can sign up for a windsurfing course with Watersports Fuerteventura. This water sports group offers beginner windsurfing courses for travellers aged eight and over and take place in a small sheltered bay a ten minute drive away from Costa Calma. For the price of the course, you’ll get 2-10 hours of lessons spread out over 1-4 days, pick-up drop-off shuttle bus service and the use of a board, sail and wetsuit. The best and safest conditions for beginners to learn how to windsurf in Fuerteventura are in the morning, when the water is flat and there is a gentle breeze this is why all beginner courses begin at 10am.

Fuerteventura June Weather, Average Temperature (Spain)

Daily high temperatures increase by 2°F, from 76°F to 78°F, rarely falling below 72°F or exceeding 83°F.

Daily low temperatures increase by 3°F, from 65°F to 68°F, rarely falling below 63°F or exceeding 71°F.

For reference, on August 19, the hottest day of the year, temperatures in Fuerteventura typically range from 71°F to 81°F, while on January 23, the coldest day of the year, they range from 59°F to 68°F.

Average High and Low Temperature in June in FuerteventuraJun11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303060°F60°F65°F65°F70°F70°F75°F75°F80°F80°F85°F85°FMayJulJun 176°FJun 176°F65°F65°FJun 3078°FJun 3078°F68°F68°FJun 1177°FJun 1177°F66°F66°FJun 2177°FJun 2177°F67°F67°F

The daily average high (red line) and low (blue line) temperature, with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands. The thin dotted lines are the corresponding average perceived temperatures.

The figure below shows you a compact characterization of the hourly average temperatures for the quarter of the year centered on June. The horizontal axis is the day, the vertical axis is the hour of the day, and the color is the average temperature for that hour and day.

Average Hourly Temperature in June in Fuerteventura

Average Hourly Temperature in June in FuerteventuraJun11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303012 AM12 AM2 AM2 AM4 AM4 AM6 AM6 AM8 AM8 AM10 AM10 AM12 PM12 PM2 PM2 PM4 PM4 PM6 PM6 PM8 PM8 PM10 PM10 PM12 AM12 AMMayJulcoolcomfortablewarm

frigid
15°F
freezing
32°F
very cold
45°F
cold
55°F
cool
65°F
comfortable
75°F
warm
85°F
hot
95°F
sweltering

The average hourly temperature, color coded into bands. The shaded overlays indicate night and civil twilight.

© OpenStreetMap contributors

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The month of June in Fuerteventura experiences rapidly decreasing cloud cover, with the percentage of time that the sky is overcast or mostly cloudy decreasing from 16% to 4%.

The clearest day of the month is June 30, with clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy conditions 96% of the time.

For reference, on October 29, the cloudiest day of the year, the chance of overcast or mostly cloudy conditions is 37%, while on July 19, the clearest day of the year, the chance of clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy skies is 98%.

Cloud Cover Categories in June in Fuerteventura

Cloud Cover Categories in June in FuerteventuraJun1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300%100%10%90%20%80%30%70%40%60%50%50%60%40%70%30%80%20%90%10%100%0%MayJulJun 184%Jun 184%Jun 3096%Jun 3096%Jun 1189%Jun 1189%Jun 2193%Jun 2193%clearmostly clearovercastmostly cloudypartly cloudy

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clear
20%
mostly clear
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partly cloudy
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overcast
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The percentage of time spent in each cloud cover band, categorized by the percentage of the sky covered by clouds.

Over the course of June in Fuerteventura, the length of the day is essentially constant. The shortest day of the month is June 1, with 13 hours, 50 minutes of daylight and the longest day is June 21, with 13 hours, 57 minutes of daylight.

Hours of Daylight and Twilight in June in Fuerteventura

Hours of Daylight and Twilight in June in FuerteventuraJun1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300 hr24 hr4 hr20 hr8 hr16 hr12 hr12 hr16 hr8 hr20 hr4 hr24 hr0 hrMayJulJun 2113 hr, 57 minJun 2113 hr, 57 minnightnightdaydayJun 113 hr, 50 minJun 113 hr, 50 min

The number of hours during which the Sun is visible (black line). From bottom (most yellow) to top (most gray), the color bands indicate: full daylight, twilight (civil, nautical, and astronomical), and full night.

The earliest sunrise of the month in Fuerteventura is 6:58 AM on June 10 and the latest sunrise is 4 minutes later at 7:02 AM on June 30.

The earliest sunset is 8:48 PM on June 1 and the latest sunset is 9 minutes later at 8:57 PM on June 30.

Daylight saving time is observed in Fuerteventura during 2022, but it neither starts nor ends during June, so the entire month is in daylight saving time.

For reference, on June 21, the longest day of the year, the Sun rises at 6:59 AM and sets 13 hours, 57 minutes later, at 8:56 PM, while on December 21, the shortest day of the year, it rises at 7:44 AM and sets 10 hours, 20 minutes later, at 6:04 PM.

Sunrise & Sunset with Twilight in June in Fuerteventura

Sunrise & Sunset with Twilight in June in FuerteventuraJun1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930302 AM4 AM6 AM8 AM10 AM12 PM2 PM4 PM6 PM8 PM10 PM12 AM2 AMMayJul6:58 AM6:58 AMJun 108:53 PMJun 108:53 PM7:02 AM7:02 AMJun 308:57 PMJun 308:57 PMSolarMidnightSolarMidnightSolarNoonSunriseSunset

The solar day over the course of June. From bottom to top, the black lines are the previous solar midnight, sunrise, solar noon, sunset, and the next solar midnight. The day, twilights (civil, nautical, and astronomical), and night are indicated by the color bands from yellow to gray.

The figure below presents a compact representation of the sun’s elevation (the angle of the sun above the horizon) and azimuth (its compass bearing) for every hour of every day in the reporting period. The horizontal axis is the day of the year and the vertical axis is the hour of the day. For a given day and hour of that day, the background color indicates the azimuth of the sun at that moment. The black isolines are contours of constant solar elevation.

Solar Elevation and Azimuth in June in Fuerteventura

Solar Elevation and Azimuth in June in FuerteventuraJun11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303012 AM12 AM2 AM2 AM4 AM4 AM6 AM6 AM8 AM8 AM10 AM10 AM12 PM12 PM2 PM2 PM4 PM4 PM6 PM6 PM8 PM8 PM10 PM10 PM12 AM12 AMMayJul00101020202030304040505050606070708080000101020203030304040505060606070708080

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Solar elevation and azimuth over the course of June 2022. The black lines are lines of constant solar elevation (the angle of the sun above the horizon, in degrees). The background color fills indicate the azimuth (the compass bearing) of the sun. The lightly tinted areas at the boundaries of the cardinal compass points indicate the implied intermediate directions (northeast, southeast, southwest, and northwest).

The figure below presents a compact representation of key lunar data for June 2022. The horizontal axis is the day, the vertical axis is the hour of the day, and the colored areas indicate when the moon is above the horizon. The vertical gray bars (new Moons) and blue bars (full Moons) indicate key Moon phases. The label associated with each bar indicates the date and time that the phase is obtained, and the companion time labels indicate the rise and set times of the Moon for the nearest time interval in which the moon is above the horizon.

Moon Rise, Set & Phases in June in Fuerteventura

Moon Rise, Set & Phases in June in FuerteventuraJun11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303012 AM12 AM4 AM4 AM8 AM8 AM12 PM12 PM4 PM4 PM8 PM8 PM12 AM12 AMMayJulMay 165:15 AMMay 165:15 AMMay 3012:31 PMMay 3012:31 PMJun 1412:52 PMJun 1412:52 PMJun 293:53 AMJun 293:53 AMJul 137:38 PMJul 137:38 PMJul 286:56 PMJul 286:56 PM8:10 PM8:10 PM7:12 AM7:12 AM6:49 AM6:49 AM9:05 PM9:05 PM8:08 PM8:08 PM6:40 AM6:40 AM7:03 AM7:03 AM9:39 PM9:39 PM9:10 PM9:10 PM7:38 AM7:38 AM6:46 AM6:46 AM9:05 PM9:05 PM

The time in which the moon is above the horizon (light blue area), with new moons (dark gray lines) and full moons (blue lines) indicated. The shaded overlays indicate night and civil twilight.

Jun 2022 Illumination Moonrise Moonset Moonrise Meridian Passing Distance
1 4% 8:17 AM ENE 10:53 PM WNW 3:35 PM S 252,346 mi
2 9% 9:07 AM ENE 11:42 PM WNW 4:25 PM S 252,304 mi
3 15% 10:01 AM ENE 5:15 PM S 251,673 mi
4 23% 12:26 AM WNW 10:56 AM ENE 6:03 PM S 250,388 mi
5 32% 1:06 AM WNW 11:53 AM ENE 6:50 PM S 248,414 mi
6 41% 1:42 AM WNW 12:49 PM ENE 7:34 PM S 245,763 mi
7 50% 2:14 AM WNW 1:45 PM ENE 8:17 PM S 242,505 mi
8 62% 2:46 AM W 2:42 PM E 9:01 PM S 238,780 mi
9 73% 3:16 AM W 3:41 PM E 9:45 PM S 234,803 mi
10 82% 3:48 AM W 4:42 PM E 10:32 PM S 230,860 mi
11 91% 4:22 AM WSW 5:47 PM ESE 11:24 PM S 227,291 mi
12 94% 5:01 AM WSW 6:56 PM ESE
13 97% 5:46 AM WSW 8:08 PM ESE 12:21 AM S 224,450 mi
14 100% 6:40 AM WSW 9:20 PM ESE 1:24 AM S 222,651 mi
15 99% 7:42 AM WSW 10:28 PM ESE 2:31 AM S 222,104 mi
16 96% 8:51 AM WSW 11:28 PM ESE 3:40 AM S 222,861 mi
17 90% 10:02 AM WSW 4:45 AM S 224,798 mi
18 81% 12:18 AM ESE 11:12 AM WSW 5:46 AM S 227,654 mi
19 70% 1:01 AM ESE 12:18 PM WSW 6:40 AM S 231,097 mi
20 59% 1:37 AM ESE 1:21 PM W 7:29 AM S 234,796 mi
21 50% 2:10 AM E 2:19 PM W 8:14 AM S 238,463 mi
22 38% 2:40 AM E 3:16 PM W 8:57 AM S 241,878 mi
23 28% 3:10 AM E 4:12 PM WNW 9:39 AM S 244,894 mi
24 19% 3:41 AM ENE 5:08 PM WNW 10:22 AM S 247,427 mi
25 12% 4:14 AM ENE 6:04 PM WNW 11:06 AM S 249,446 mi
26 6% 4:49 AM ENE 7:00 PM WNW 11:52 AM S 250,954 mi
27 2% 5:29 AM ENE 7:55 PM WNW 12:41 PM S 251,971 mi
28 0% 6:14 AM ENE 8:49 PM WNW 1:31 PM S 252,520 mi
29 0% 7:03 AM ENE 9:39 PM WNW 2:21 PM S 252,615 mi
30 2% 7:56 AM ENE 10:25 PM WNW 3:12 PM S 252,255 mi

We base the humidity comfort level on the dew point, as it determines whether perspiration will evaporate from the skin, thereby cooling the body. Lower dew points feel drier and higher dew points feel more humid. Unlike temperature, which typically varies significantly between night and day, dew point tends to change more slowly, so while the temperature may drop at night, a muggy day is typically followed by a muggy night.

The chance that a given day will be muggy in Fuerteventura is rapidly increasing during June, rising from 8% to 25% over the course of the month.

For reference, on August 31, the muggiest day of the year, there are muggy conditions 71% of the time, while on January 13, the least muggy day of the year, there are muggy conditions 1% of the time.

Humidity Comfort Levels in June in Fuerteventura

Humidity Comfort Levels in June in FuerteventuraJun1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300%0%10%10%20%20%30%30%40%40%50%50%60%60%70%70%80%80%90%90%100%100%MayJulJun 18%Jun 18%Jun 3025%Jun 3025%Jun 1112%Jun 1112%Jun 2118%Jun 2118%muggymuggyhumidhumidcomfortablecomfortabledrydryoppressiveoppressive

dry
55°F
comfortable
60°F
humid
65°F
muggy
70°F
oppressive
75°F
miserable

The percentage of time spent at various humidity comfort levels, categorized by dew point.

This section discusses the wide-area hourly average wind vector (speed and direction) at 10 meters above the ground. The wind experienced at any given location is highly dependent on local topography and other factors, and instantaneous wind speed and direction vary more widely than hourly averages.

The average hourly wind speed in Fuerteventura is increasing during June, increasing from 14.7 miles per hour to 16.2 miles per hour over the course of the month.

For reference, on July 17, the windiest day of the year, the daily average wind speed is 17.4 miles per hour, while on October 14, the calmest day of the year, the daily average wind speed is 11.8 miles per hour.

Average Wind Speed in June in Fuerteventura

Average Wind Speed in June in FuerteventuraJun1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300 mph0 mph5 mph5 mph20 mph20 mph25 mph25 mph30 mph30 mphMayJulJun 114. 7 mphJun 114.7 mphJun 3016.2 mphJun 3016.2 mphJun 1615.0 mphJun 1615.0 mph

The average of mean hourly wind speeds (dark gray line), with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

The hourly average wind direction in Fuerteventura throughout June is predominantly from the north, with a peak proportion of 99% on June 30.

Wind Direction in June in Fuerteventura

Wind Direction in June in FuerteventuraJun1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300%100%20%80%40%60%60%40%80%20%100%0%MayJulnorthwest

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The percentage of hours in which the mean wind direction is from each of the four cardinal wind directions, excluding hours in which the mean wind speed is less than 1.0 mph. The lightly tinted areas at the boundaries are the percentage of hours spent in the implied intermediate directions (northeast, southeast, southwest, and northwest).

Fuerteventura is located near a large body of water (e.g., ocean, sea, or large lake). This section reports on the wide-area average surface temperature of that water.

The average surface water temperature in Fuerteventura is essentially constant during June, remaining within 1°F of 69°F throughout.

Average Water Temperature in June in Fuerteventura

Average Water Temperature in June in FuerteventuraJun11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303064°F64°F65°F65°F66°F66°F67°F67°F68°F68°F69°F69°F70°F70°F71°F71°F72°F72°F73°F73°FMayJulJun 168°FJun 168°FJun 3070°FJun 3070°FJun 1169°FJun 1169°FJun 2170°FJun 2170°F

The daily average water temperature (purple line), with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

Definitions of the growing season vary throughout the world, but for the purposes of this report, we define it as the longest continuous period of non-freezing temperatures (≥ 32°F) in the year (the calendar year in the Northern Hemisphere, or from July 1 until June 30 in the Southern Hemisphere).

Temperatures in Fuerteventura are sufficiently warm year round that it is not entirely meaningful to discuss the growing season in these terms. We nevertheless include the chart below as an illustration of the distribution of temperatures experienced throughout the year.

Time Spent in Various Temperature Bands and the Growing Season in June in Fuerteventura

Time Spent in Various Temperature Bands and the Growing Season in June in FuerteventuraJun1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300%100%10%90%20%80%30%70%40%60%50%50%60%40%70%30%80%20%90%10%100%0%MayJul100%Jun 16100%Jun 16100%Jul 3100%Jul 3coolcomfortablewarmhot

frigid
15°F
freezing
32°F
very cold
45°F
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The percentage of time spent in various temperature bands. The black line is the percentage chance that a given day is within the growing season.

Growing degree days are a measure of yearly heat accumulation used to predict plant and animal development, and defined as the integral of warmth above a base temperature, discarding any excess above a maximum temperature. In this report, we use a base of 50°F and a cap of 86°F.

The average accumulated growing degree days in Fuerteventura are rapidly increasing during June, increasing by 632°F, from 2,389°F to 3,020°F, over the course of the month.

Growing Degree Days in June in Fuerteventura

Growing Degree Days in June in FuerteventuraJun1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930302,200°F2,200°F2,400°F2,400°F2,600°F2,600°F2,800°F2,800°F3,000°F3,000°F3,200°F3,200°FMayJulJun 12,389°FJun 12,389°FJun 303,020°FJun 303,020°FJun 112,597°FJun 112,597°FJun 212,815°FJun 212,815°F

The average growing degree days accumulated over the course of June, with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

This section discusses the total daily incident shortwave solar energy reaching the surface of the ground over a wide area, taking full account of seasonal variations in the length of the day, the elevation of the Sun above the horizon, and absorption by clouds and other atmospheric constituents. Shortwave radiation includes visible light and ultraviolet radiation.

The average daily incident shortwave solar energy in Fuerteventura is essentially constant during June, remaining within 0.1 kWh of 8.1 kWh throughout.

The highest average daily incident shortwave solar energy during June is 8.2 kWh on June 21.

Average Daily Incident Shortwave Solar Energy in June in Fuerteventura

Average Daily Incident Shortwave Solar Energy in June in FuerteventuraJun1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300 kWh0 kWh2 kWh2 kWh3 kWh3 kWh4 kWh4 kWh5 kWh5 kWh5 kWh5 kWh6 kWh6 kWh7 kWh7 kWh8 kWh8 kWh9 kWh9 kWhMayJulJun 218. 2 kWhJun 218.2 kWhJun 18.0 kWhJun 18.0 kWh

The average daily shortwave solar energy reaching the ground per square meter (orange line), with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

For the purposes of this report, the geographical coordinates of Fuerteventura are 28.381 deg latitude, -14.031 deg longitude, and 0 ft elevation.

The topography within 2 miles of Fuerteventura is essentially flat, with a maximum elevation change of 0 feet and an average elevation above sea level of 0 feet. Within 10 miles is also essentially flat (0 feet). Within 50 miles is also essentially flat (0 feet).

The area within 2 miles of Fuerteventura is covered by shrubs (66%) and cropland (22%), within 10 miles by shrubs (75%), and within 50 miles by water (90%).

This report illustrates the typical weather in Fuerteventura, based on a statistical analysis of historical hourly weather reports and model reconstructions from January 1, 1980 to December 31, 2016.

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Fuerteventura

Provincia de Las Palmas, Canary Islands, Spain

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June Weather in Fuerteventura, Spain – 2023 – Winter Sun Expert

Fuerteventura, the second largest of Spain’s Canary Islands, sits in the Atlantic Ocean 10 km (6 Miles) off the north coast of Africa. It’s known primarily as a holiday destination due to its white-sand beaches and year-round warmth cooled by constant winds. The multitude of beaches that wrap around it is interrupted by cliffs and sheltered coves. It is popular for water sports, especially surfing, windsurfing and waterskiing.

The island’s name is a compound word formed by the Spanish words for “strong” (fuerte) and “fortune” (ventura). Fuerteventura is the oldest island in the Canary Islands dating back 20 million years to a volcanic eruption from the Canary hotspot. However, the last volcanic activity in Fuerteventura occurred between 4,000 and 5,000 years ago.

Fuerteventura was chosen among 500 European destinations by the Quality Coast International Certification Program of the European Coastal and Marine Union as one of the most attractive tourist destinations for visitors interested in cultural heritage, environment, and sustainability.

Weather June 2023 in Fuerteventura Spain:

Generally, June in Fuerteventura will be really nice, with an average temperature of around 82°F / 28°C. As there is not a lot of humidity, it will feel comfortable. You can expect around 1 rainy days, with on average 0 inches / 1 mm of rain during the month of June.

By User:Yoshi – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link

Contents

  • 1 June weather in Fuerteventura Spain
  • 2 June weather in Fuerteventura Spain in more detail
    • 2.1 – What will the temperature be in Fuerteventura in June
    • 2.2 – Can you expect rain in June in Fuerteventura?
    • 2. 3 – What will the water temperature be in Fuerteventura for June
    • 2.4 – Can you expect in June a lot of sunny days in Fuerteventura
    • 2.5 – Will it be comfortable in June in Fuerteventura?
  • 3 What to do in Fuerteventura Spain in June
  • 4 Is it humid in Fuerteventura Spain in June?
  • 5 Is June a good time to go to Fuerteventura Spain?
  • 6 Does it rain all day in Fuerteventura Spain in June?
  • 7 Is June the rainiest month in Fuerteventura Spain?
  • 8 Is June the most sunniest month in Fuerteventura Spain?
  • 9 Weather in Fuerteventura Spain in other months

June weather in Fuerteventura Spain

To get a good overview of the type of weather you can expect in June in Fuerteventura, we will look at the day and night temperature, minimum and maximum water temperature, and if June is comfortable or humid

Generally, June in Fuerteventura will be really nice. Historical data shows that you can expect an average temperature of around 82°F / 28°C. As there is not a lot of humidity, it will feel comfortable. During the night, it will cool down to around 62°F / 17°C.

Fuerteventura does not have a lot of rainy days in June. You can expect around 1 rainy days, with on average 0 inches / 1 mm of rain during the whole month.

The forecast for June 2023 is based on historical data and are averages. They will give a good indication what you can expect, but the daily temperature and rain will fluctuate during the month.

June weather in Fuerteventura Spain in more detail

To get a better feeling for the type of weather, you can expect in June in Fuerteventura, we will look at the temperature, rain, wind, humidity, water temperature, and sun and clouds

– What will the temperature be in Fuerteventura in June

Generally, you can expect in June an average temperature of 82°F / 28°C during the day and an average of 62°F / 17°C during the night. In June, during the warmest part of the afternoon, the temperature can often get as high as 89°F / 32°C, and at the end of the night, it can get as low as 57°F / 14°C.

When looking at the whole year, January is the coldest month, with an average temperature of around 71°F / 22°C. August and September are the hottest months, with an average temperature of around 86°F / 30°C. When comparing June with the temperature in the month before and after, this is almost equal to May, which sees an average maximum temperature of around 78°F / 26°C. And almost equal to July, which sees an average maximum temperature of around 84°F / 29°C.

Day and night temperature variation for Fuerteventura during the year.Day and night temperature variation for Fuerteventura during the year.

But average temperatures only tell half of the story. It is also good to check the maximum and minimum temperatures. When looking at the whole year, August is the hottest month, with a temperature of around 95°F / 35°C. January and December are the coldest months, with a temperature of around 80°F / 27°C. When comparing June with the temperature in the month before and after, this is almost equal to May, which sees an average maximum temperature of around 87°F / 31°C. And almost equal to July, which sees an average maximum temperature of around 93°F / 34°C.

In the following graph, you can see how many cold and hot days you can expect in Fuerteventura each month:

Day and night temperature variation for Fuerteventura during the year.Day and night temperature variation for Fuerteventura during the year.

– Can you expect rain in June in Fuerteventura?

Generally, you can expect about 1 rain days in June, with on average 0 inches / 1 mm of rain.

When looking at the whole year, July is the dryest month, with an average rainfall of around 0 inches / 0 mmmm. December is the wettest month, with an average rainfall of around 0.3 inches / 8 mmmm. When comparing June with the month before and after, this is equal to May, which sees around 0 inches / 1 mm of rain. And almost equal to July, which sees around 0 inches / 0 mm of rain

Rain days for Fuerteventura during the year.Rain days for Fuerteventura during the year.

If we look at the number of days with rain, July is the month with the least amount of rain days with an average of between 0 and 1 days. December is the month with the most rain days with an average of between 2 and 3 days. When comparing June with the month before and after, this is equal to May, which sees an average of between 0 and 1 days of rain. And almost equal to July, which sees an average of between 0 and 1 days of rain

– What will the water temperature be in Fuerteventura for June

You can expect in June, the water temperature for Fuerteventura to be between 71°F / 22°C and 66°F / 19°C.

To compare the water temperature we will use the maximum water temperature. You can expect this temperature on a more sunny day, close to the shore, when the wind does not mix the relatively warmer and colder water.

September has the highest water temperature, with around 75°F / 24°C. March has the lowest water temperature, with around 68°F / 20°C. When comparing the water temperature from June with the month before and after, June has a water temperature almost equal to May, with a water temperature of an average of between 69°F / 21°C and 71°F / 22°C. And almost equal to the water temperature from July, that is around 73°F / 23°C.

Water temperature for Fuerteventura during the year.Water temperature for Fuerteventura during the year.

– Can you expect in June a lot of sunny days in Fuerteventura

Generally, you can expect around 2 sunny days in June and around 27 partly sunny days. The remaining days will be cloudy.

When looking at the whole year, November is the month with the highest number of sunny days, with an average of between 11 and 12 sunny days. August is the month with the lowest number of sunny days, with an average of between 0 and 1 sunny days. When comparing June with the number of sunny days in the month before and after, it is slightly lower than May, with an average of between 5 and 6 sunny days. And almost equal to July, with an average of between 0 and 1 sunny days

The number of sunny, partly sunny, and cloudy days for FuerteventuraThe number of sunny, partly sunny, and cloudy days for Fuerteventura

We have looked at the sunny days in Fuerteventura. Let’s also look at the cloudy or overcast days. January is the month with the highest number of cloudy days, with around 4 cloudy days. June and July And are the months with the lowest number of cloudy days, with an average of between 0 and 1 cloudy days. When comparing June with the number of cloudy days in the month before and after, it is almost equal to May, with an average of between 1 and 2 cloudy days. And equal to July, with an average of between 0 and 1 cloudy days

– Will it be comfortable in June in Fuerteventura?

Generally, June in Fuerteventura will not be very humid, and will feel comfortable.

We use the humidity and temperature in Fuerteventura to calculate the Wintersun Expert Comfort level for each month. The lower the Wintersun Expert Comfort level, the more comfortable it will be. Only for certain people, extremely dry air can feel slightly uncomfortable.

When looking at the whole year, January has the lowest humidity, with a Wintersun Expert comfort level of “comfortable” (very dry air). August has the highest humidity, with a Wintersun Expert comfort level of “comfortable” (not very humid). When comparing June with the month before and after, this is almost equal to May, which has a Wintersun Comfort level of “very comfortable” (low humidty). And almost equal to July, which has a Wintersun Comfort level of “comfortable” (not very humid)

Wintersun Expert Humidity / Comfort level for FuerteventuraWintersun Expert Humidity / Comfort level for Fuerteventura

What to do in Fuerteventura Spain in June

Fuerteventura has notable places that are worthwhile visiting:

  • The Beaches: Cofete beach, La Concha beach, El Cotillo, La Concha beach on the Isle of Lobos, Costa Calma beach
  • Museum: The Antigua Windmill Craft Centre, The Salt Museum, The Atalayita Archeological Interpretation Centre
  • Nature & Parks: Corralejo Natural Park
  • Bookstore: The Central Library of the Island is located in Antigua’s city centre, in the public university
  • Dunes: Visit the famous sand dunes.

Is it humid in Fuerteventura Spain in June?

A lot of people ask interested in the humidity or relative humidity for Fuerteventura Spain in June. But the real question they want to ask is not about humidity but the amount of moisture in the air. Or better, about comfort. Will it be comfortable in June in Fuerteventura, or will high humidity make it uncomfortable.

To answer this question, we have to look at the dew point. Relative humidity can change a lot in Fuerteventura during the day and night, as it changes when the amount of moisture changes and, but also when the temperature changes. It is a lot less reliable for comfort. Where the dew point only varies with the amount of moisture in the air.

Looking at the dew point, we can see that for the month of June, you can expect that Fuerteventura will not be very humid, and will feel comfortable.

January is the month with the most comfort. It will have dry air, and will feel very comfortable. August is the most uncomfortable month. It will not be very humid, and will feel comfortable. In the graph, you can see that there is some difference between the most comfortable and most uncomfortable months

Humidity level for FuerteventuraHumidity level for Fuerteventura

Is June a good time to go to Fuerteventura Spain?

Trying to answer the question of whether June is a good time to go to Fuerteventura is not as easy as it first seems. Some people like colder weather, and others prefer a warmer climate. Some are fine with some humidity, and others are not. If your location has air conditioning, the night temperature is less important.

These are some examples. I will try to answer the question with a more generic person in mind. The more detailed information in this article should be enough to check further if this applies to you as well.

If we look at the average temperature for Fuerteventura in June, we can see that it will be fine for most people. In June, you can expect it to be really nice, with an average temperature of around 82°F / 28°C. As there is not a lot of humidity, it will feel comfortable. During the night, it will be around 62°F / 17°C.

As the number of overcast days is not high, you can enjoy the sun with around 2 sunny days and 27 partly sunny days.

The last aspect we will look at is rain. You can expect around 1 rainy days, with on average 0 inches / 1 mm of rain during June. If it were more than five days, the location would be slightly less attractive for a shorter stay.

We have looked at the average day temperature, the night temperature, humidity, the number of overcast days, and the rain. We think that June a good time to go to Fuerteventura Spain for most visitors.

Does it rain all day in Fuerteventura Spain in June?

In Fuerteventura, it does not rain all day in June. You can expect around 1 rainy days, with on average 0 inches / 1 mm of rain during the month.

Another way of looking at the rain is the number of sunny days. For Fuerteventura Spain, there are, on average 2 sunny days and 27 partly sunny days in June. That clearly shows that it is not raining all the time.

Is June the rainiest month in Fuerteventura Spain?

June is not the month with the most rainy days, and not the month with the most rain.

To answer what the rainiest month is in Fuerteventura, we will both look at the month with the most rain, and the month with the highest number of rainy days.

December is the month with the the highest number of rainiest days. On average, you can expect 3 days with rain. July is the month with the lowest number of rainy days, with aproximately 0 days.

December is the month with the most rain. This is not equal as the one with the most rainy days. On average, you can expect 0.3 inches / 8 mm of rain. July is the month with the least amount of rain. This is not the same month as the one with the lowest number of rainy days. You can expect approximately 0 inches / 0 mm of rain.

Is June the most sunniest month in Fuerteventura Spain?

June is not the month with the most sunny days, not the month with the most partly sunny days, and it is the month with the lowest number of overcast days.

To answer what the sunniest month is in Fuerteventura, we will of course look at the month with the most sunniest days, but also look at the month with the biggest number of days that are sunny or partly sunny.

November is the month with the highest number of sunny days. On average, you can expect 2 sunny days, and 27 partly suny days. August is the month with the lowest number of sunny days.

July is the month with the highest number of sunny days and partly sunny days combined. While February is the month with the lowest number of sunny days and partly sunny days combined.

The last thing we will look at is the number of overcast days. June and July are the months with the lowest number of overcast days. While January is the month with the highest number of overcast days.

Weather in Fuerteventura Spain in other months

  • Weather in Fuerteventura Spain for January
  • Weather in Fuerteventura Spain for February
  • Weather in Fuerteventura Spain for March
  • Weather in Fuerteventura Spain for April
  • Weather in Fuerteventura Spain for May
  • Weather in Fuerteventura Spain for July
  • Weather in Fuerteventura Spain for August
  • Weather in Fuerteventura Spain for September
  • Weather in Fuerteventura Spain for October
  • Weather in Fuerteventura Spain for November
  • Weather in Fuerteventura Spain for December

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Fuerteventura sea water temperature in June

Is it warm enough to swim in Fuerteventura in June? Average water temperature in Fuerteventura in June is 20. 7°C and therefore suitable for comfortable swimming. The warmest sea in Fuerteventura in June is 23.4°C, and the coldest is 18.7°C. To find out the sea temperature today and in the coming days, go to Current sea temperature in Fuerteventura

To get an accurate forecast for the water temperature in Fuerteventura for any chosen month, compare two years within a 10 year range using the chart below. In addition to the sea water temperature in Fuerteventura, the selected years in the table also show the values of the maximum and minimum temperatures on each of the days of June.

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Day 2022 2021 Min Max
1 June 21. 2°C 19.8°C 18.8°C 21.4°C
2 June 21.2°C 20.1°C 18.7°C 21.5°C
3 June 21.3°C 20°C 18.9°C 21.9°C
4 June 20.8°C 19.9°C 18.8°C 22.2°C
5 June 20.5°C 19.8°C 18.8°C 22°C
6 June 20.5°C 19.9°C 18.8°C 22.3°C
7 June 20.2°C 20°C 19°C 22.3°C
8 June 19.9°C 20°C 19.5°C 21.7°C
9 June 20.4°C 20.1°C 19.5°C 21.6°C
10 June 20.5°C 20.1°C 19.5°C 21.1°C
11 June 20.5°C 20°C 19.5°C 21.1°C
12 June 20.6°C 20.2°C 19.6°C 21.1°C
13 June 20.8°C 20. 1°C 19.6°C 21.2°C
14 June 20.5°C 20.1°C 19.5°C 21.7°C
15 June 21°C 20.2°C 19.2°C 21.5°C
Day 2022 2021 Min Max
16 June 21.2°C 20.6°C 19.3°C 21.4°C
17 June 20.7°C 20.6°C 19.4°C 22°C
18 June 20.7°C 20.5°C 19.8°C 22.3°C
19 June 20.8°C 20.2°C 19.8°C 22.5°C
20 June 20.8°C 20.3°C 19.8°C 22.5°C
21 June 20.3°C 20.2°C 19.9°C 22.6°C
22 June 20.7°C 20.2°C 19.6°C 22.2°C
23 June 21.1°C 20. 1°C 19.7°C 22.1°C
24 June 21.1°C 20.2°C 20°C 21.9°C
25 June 21.1°C 20.4°C 20°C 21.9°C
26 June 21.1°C 20.5°C 19.9°C 21.8°C
27 June 21°C 20.4°C 19.9°C 22.1°C
28 June 20.9°C 20.3°C 20.1°C 22.6°C
29 June 20.9°C 20.4°C 20.4°C 23°C
30 June 20.8°C 20.3°C 20.1°C 23.4°C

Average water temperature in Fuerteventura in June over a decade

2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
20.1°C 20.8°C 20.5°C 21°C 21.2°C
2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
19.5°C 20. 3°C 21.6°C 20.2°C 20.8°C

Fuerteventura water temperature during other months:

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Temperature in neighboring cities

The nearest locations with the average water temperature in June. In addition, the maximum and minimum water temperatures for that month, recorded over the last decade, are shown

Avr Min Max
Ajuy 20.8°C 18.9°C 23.4°C
Puertito de los Molinos 20.6°C 18.7°C 23.3°C
El Cotillo 20.6°C 18.6°C 23.3°C
Los Lagos 20.6°C 18.6°C 23.3°C
La Pared 21°C 19.1°C 23.5°C
La Lajita 21°C 19°C 23.5°C
Tarajalejo 21°C 19°C 23.5°C
Giniginamar 21°C 18.9°C 23.5°C
Las Playitas 20.9°C 18.9°C 23.5°C
Pozo Negro 20.9°C 18.7°C 23.5°C

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Summer (June through August) The middle-year months have very comfortable weather with high temperatures that are comfortable. Weather in Fuerteventura in June. June 2021 – Today’s. The sun came out just before midday, and varying amounts of sun and cloud during the afternoon. Average daily temperatures. The weather in Fuerteventura in December remains excellent as winter approaches. The mean minimum temperature will be 16°C, dipping to . The weather comfort index displays 89/100. Haze. With a perfect weather, june is an advisable time to go in this locality in Morocco. June – August is the second busiest season for tourism in Fuerteventura, so lodging and other accommodations may cost slightly more. Avg High Temps 15 to 25 °. Days are usually hot with balmy evenings, so visitors should pack light and cool clothing. See more current weather. You . Days are usually hot with balmy evenings, so visitors should pack light and cool clothing. Hi – we are going in February too so hopefully it will be fine. Day by day forecast. The weather in June is perfect for a stay on the long sandy beaches of the peninsula of Jandia. Summer Weather in Fuerteventura The summer months of June to August see an average temperature of 24ºC. The temperature is still not as high as it should be for the time of year. I was just wondering what the weather is like in Fuerteventura in June. The high seasonal norm is 74°F. On average, the recorded minimum temperature is 70°F. Last updated today at 23:02. Humidity is close to 76%. Temperatures are steadily building towards their peak in June, which is a great time to visit if you want to relax on the beach. Gran Canaria in june perfect weather #22 Gran Canaria. Get the forecast for today, tonight & tomorrow’s weather for Corralejo, Canary Islands, Spain. The sunshine is magnificent, which can illuminate the long summer days. What’s the weather like in Fuerteventura in June? Places to Visit in Fuerteventura A list of places to visit during your stay on Fuerteventura. Corralejo weather in June 2022, Fuerteventura: How hot? Hottest and Coldest Julys in Fuerteventura The highest temperature ever recorded in Fuerteventura in July is 43°C, which was registered in 1975 and the lowest was 14°C in 1975. Temperature hovers around 23°c and at night it feels like 19°c. Canary Islands in june perfect weather The sun soon came out this morning, and it’s clear and sunny. The average peak temperature for these months is more than 27 ºC with nights in the low 20s. Rain Frequency 3 to 5 days. Fuerteventura boasts an average of 320 days of sunshine a year. Despite Tourism arriving relatively recently on the island, there’s a well-developed infrastructure with Marinas, Golf Courses, a Zoo, a Water Park and an expanding motorway system. In June, Fuerteventura gets 4.98mm of rain and approximately 4 rainy days in the month. Tenerife, with its location close to the west coast of Africa, enjoys great holiday weather in June. Norway in june tolerable weather #23 Norway. Here, check out the weather forecast for march for most popular cities in Fuerteventura. The maximum temperature averages at 24°C, the sun shines ten hours a day and the wind blows lightly on the coast. 32 active cases today following 7 recoveries and 1 new case. Average Sunshine Hours In June, the sun shines for around 11 hours each day, same as in May. The economy of that region relies mostly on the tourism. Calculations of sunrise and sunset in Fuerteventura – Las Palmas – Spain for February 2022. The climate in june in Corralejo is dry ; it never rains. The Cotillo lagoons and Cofete are different from each other but spectacular in every way and you will fall in love with this island if you choose to spend your holiday in this Canary Island. Long, sunny days, intense wind, and waves up to two metres means that the . As part of the Canary Islands, it has a subtropical climate which promises warm weather all year round. Avg Low Temps 50 to 65 °. Average daily temperatures. Fuerteventura weather & climate: all about temperatures, precipitation, sunshine, snow, heat and more Fuerteventura weather information. Average cloud cover will be 19%. Thus, the mean temperature average in june in Corralejo is 70°F. The resort sees a high of 24°C (around 75°F) during the month as well. Hi/Low, RealFeel®, precip, radar, & everything you need to be ready for the day, commute, and weekend! The temperature will increase as we get closer to the end of April. Answer 1 of 4: Off to El-Cotillo 10th june – any recommendations for a reliable forecast ?? We went to Lanzarote last year in the February half term hols and the weather was great. °C. The seasonal minimum is 68°F. There are normally 9 hours of bright sunshine each day in Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura in June – that’s 64% of daylight hours. The chances of rain are zero so enjoy. 19°C: 13mph: 13mph: 15mph: 49% 1023mB 0 mm Sun 13 Feb. Show details. At this time of year, the average temperature for Fuerteventura is 24°C, created by average highs of 27°C in the middle of the day and 21°C after dark. Mornings throughout June in Fuerteventura 12 am. There will be 2 days of very light rain with an average of 0.1mm rain on those days. High cloud and some blue sky at 8am. Earliest sunrise is on June 10. These months see the least precipitation with about 0 days of precipitation per month. Weather on the island of Fuerteventura in march 2022. Daytime temperatures usually reach 24°C in Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura in June, falling to 17°C at night. Unlike northern Europe, the temperatures remain warm for much of winter. Average cloud cover will be 18%. 18 °c. Tenerife and Gran Canaria to the west are generally a shade cooler now. The average daily maximum is 27 C and the average daily minimum is 19 C. Sunshine and rainfall This average can be misleading as it has been known to reach highs of 40ºC in the height of summer. Fuerteventura weather in June. There’s also information here on this month’s average sunshine and humidity levels for the islands of El Hierro, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, La . What’s the weather like in Fuerteventura in May? Based on weather reports collected during 1985-2015. Is June a good month to visit Fuerteventura? Although the Canaries are nicknamed the ‘Islands of Eternal Spring’, you’ll definitely feel like it’s summer if you’re going at this time. The average temperature is of 22.8 °C (73 °F), with a minimum of 19.4 °C (67 °F) and a maximum of 26.2 °C (79.2 °F). corralejo -baku water park. In Fuerteventura, the average high-temperature in June is practically the same as in May – a still pleasant 22.4°C (72.3°F). A little bit chilly on an eve once the sun had gone down, but nothing more than a sweatshirt/jacket was necessary. Fuerteventura is also called the “island of eternal spring” because it is pleasantly warm all year round and the weather is very balanced. These datas are probabilities for the month of march from weather reports for many years. Corralejo is much loved for its white sand beaches and eye-popping blue water. We went to Fuerteventura end of June, the weather is relatively good just quite windy, especially at night. Fuerteventura is a year-round popular destination with guaranteed warmth and sunshine any time you go. 19°C: 15mph: 15mph: 16mph: 61% 1024mB 0 mm Mon 14 Feb. Show details. Visit 3 Hourly, Hourly and Historical section to get in-depth weather forecast . The island enjoys warm weather all year round, with temperatures rising in April as spring goes on. We went to Lanzarote(which i thought was similar weather to Fuerteventura) once late May expecting it to be hot but the sun didn’t come out for 5 days. In most locations north of Equator, the longest day of the year is around this date. June, July, August and September tend to have little or no rain at all. Starting from June temperatures in Fuerteventura start to rise and the wind can be a blessing sometimes, as you won’t feel the heat as much. We went to. In June, the weather in Fuerteventura is usually warm to hot. The climate quite enjoyable in this location this month. Its proximity to the A frican coastline ensures that the island sees plenty of sunshine year-round. The average daily maximum is 27 C and the average daily minimum is 17 C. These datas are probabilities for the month of may from weather reports for over 10 years. The average water temperature will be 18° which is cool for swimming, shorty wetsuit may help you extend your time in the water. You’ll get lots of sun and hardly any rain at this time, which is great if you prefer slightly cooler temperatures and less crowds than summer. In Fuerteventura, in November, it is raining for 6.9 days, with typically 11mm (0.43″) of accumulated precipitation. Thus, the weather in Fuerteventura throughout June is simply exquisite throughout the month. In the next 14 days average maximum daily temperatures will be 19° which is not so warm but sunbathing may be possible on some days. tolerable weather. Lying so close to Morocco and the Sahara, Fuerteventura sees a lot of dry and sunny weather from June to August. Weather in Fuerteventura in June 2021. The climate enjoyable here this month. (Weather station: Fuerteventura / Aeropuerto, Spain). It was warm but because of the wind the children found it a bit cold coming out . Weather in June » 32°F° to 68°F°C. I was just wondering what the weather is like in Fuerteventura in June. Fuerteventura 16 day weather forecast Date Weather Temp Wind Speed Gust Humidity Pressure Rain total; Sun 13 Feb. Show details. Weather phenomena recorded in previous years in Fuerteventura ☃ Water Temperature in localities in Fuerteventura ☀ Weather forecast for Fuerteventura in June ☔. The remaining days it was nice but windy. Summer. Fuerteventura is the perfect choice for a holiday in the sun, since it has 2 beaches figuring in Top 10 beast beaches in Europe 2016. Therefore, it is a great time for outdoor activities. Fuerteventura in june perfect weather #21 Fuerteventura. See more current weather. #1. However, it dropped to 16 . Corralejo, Average Weather October – Spain. Fuerteventura Weather June Averages, Canary Islands Temperature 24 °C 75 °F High Temperature 27 °C 81 °F Low Temperature 21 °C 70 °F Day Temperature 23.9 °C 75 °F Night Temperature 22.7 °C 73 °F Sunshine Hours 10 hours Rainfall 0 mm Rainfall Days 0 days Sea Temperature 21 °C 70 °F July August September October November December January February Clear. You’ll get lots of sunshine and hardly any rain on holiday in Fuerteventura at this time. One person is in hospital. On the coldest nights, which normally occur at the beginning of the month, the temperature usually drops to around 17.5 °C (63.5 °F). Enjoy an eveni. In the month of june, the mean temperature in Beni Mellal is 79°F (maximum temperature is 86°F and minimum temperature is 72°F). June is a lovely month in Fuerteventura with daytime average temperatures of 26ºC/79ºF and with some breeze to make sure you don’t get too hot. June Solstice (Summer Solstice) is on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 at 10:13 am in Fuerteventura. We’re looking at the Suite Hotel Atlantis in Corralejo which seems to have really good reviews. March, May and June will see further increases in sunshine hours before peaking at 10 hours. The climate comfortable in this city june. tuesday and friday 8.00-14.00. corralejo -baku el campanario. WeatherTAB helps you plan activities on days with the least risk of rain. Its proximity to the African coastline ensures that the island sees plenty of sunshine year-round. The thermometer averaged maximum of 72°F. In june in Caleta de Fuste, the climate is dry ; it never rains. The largest of the Canary Islands , it has a varied climate, although if you’re going in June you’ll get lots of sun and not much rain. The average daily maximum is 29 C and the average daily minimum is 18 C. Weather Today Weather Hourly 14 Day Forecast Yesterday/Past Weather Climate (Averages) Currently: 75 °F. Get the monthly weather forecast for Fuerteventura Airport, Canary Islands, Spain, including daily high/low, historical averages, to help you plan ahead. The high temperatures are always tempered by an onshore wind (giving rise to the island’s . ! With high temperatures, also come strong winds in Fuerteventura. What’s the weather like in Tenerife in June? Avg High Temps 65 to 75 °. mondays and thursdays 09.00-14.00 In the afternoons, the average high temperature is 24°C. Fuerteventura is the warmest of the Canaries now with similar conditions to Lanzarote during this month. Temperature of water and air, precipitation, amount of days with rain and advice on the best time to visit Fuerteventura. Climatic influences. See what the weather in Fuerteventura (Spain) is like during any month of the year. 68°F° to 74°F°C. Fuerteventura, Spain weather forecasted for the next 10 days will have maximum temperature of 20°c / 68°f on Wed 23. perfect weather. Showing: All Year January February March April May June July August September October November December Weather Today Weather Hourly 14 Day Forecast Yesterday/Past Weather Climate (Averages) Currently: 29 °F. Find out more about our data sources. It was warm and sunny during the day. The island caters especially well to those seeking an active What’s The Weather Like in Fuerteventura June Temp 23° C average Rain 0 mm per month Sun 85 % chance Humidity 66 % average Average daily temperatures Days are usually hot with balmy evenings, so visitors should pack light and cool clothing. Long range weather outlook for Fuerteventura includes 14 day forecast summary: Reviewing the forecast for Fuerteventura Over the next 14 days and the average daytime maximum temperature will be around 21°C, with a high for the two weeks of 22°C expected on the afternoon of Monday 21st. Unlike other holiday destinations in the Canary Islands, Fuerteventura is very dry, with only about 5.91 in of rainfall during the year. During the summer months, the Canary Islands see almost no rainy days, so you can expect long beach days, with high temperatures and plenty of sunshine hours. The tables below list the normal June temperatures and rainfall for cities on the Canary Islands. The forecast is for a partly cloudy morning and a sunny afternoon. Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec. The nights are pleasantly warm as well, with an average low temperature of 18°Cerfect for after-dinner strolls along the beachfront. The thermometer averaged maximum of 74°F. The minimum is 68°F. 18 °c. May marks the start of summer with regards to the weather in Fuerteventura, as temperatures start to climb from 23°C to 24°C by June, and a solid 27°C by July. Generic astronomy calculator to calculate times for sunrise, sunset, moonrise, moonset for many cities, with daylight saving time and time zones taken in account. From November to April, the weather can be less predictable, some weeks will be beautifully sunny, while others will be cloudy and wet. The average daily temperature is normally around 22°C (about 72°F) for the month, down two degrees from the monthly average for September. Fuerteventura / Aeropuerto is 22 miles from Monte de Chilegua, so the actual climate in Monte de Chilegua can vary a bit. Caleta Information . Fuerteventura has a sub tropical climate with hot summers and very mild winters usually with year round sunshine. With 0.6in over 1 days, the rain will not be a problem for your vacations. Lanzarote and Fuerteventura are generally slightly hotter than the more Western Islands during the summer months. 68°F° to 74°F°C. Just find a nice place on the beach and relax. The average water temperature is a comfortable 22 ºC: a degree or two more refreshing than the ‘hot tub’ feel of the late-summer . Weather warnings issued. Winter. Let our guide to Fuerteventura’s Tourist Resorts help you choose. Thus, the mean temperature average in june in Antigua is 72°F. Min temperature will be 13°c / 55°f on Sun 13. The breeze during the summer months is much stronger than the wind you can feel in winter. Once May arrives, the temperatures will continue to increase before it reaches 26 Celsius in August. Fuerteventura Airport – Weather warnings issued 14-day forecast. Caleta Information . Fuerteventura is, above all, most famous for its beaches: it boasts over 150km of stunning white and golden sands. Yes, June is a good time to visit Fuerteventura, especially if you like to visit the island when it’s less crowded. The percentage indicates the possibility of having the weather indicated. Temp. The weather is warm and sometimes hot in June in Fuerteventura, with an average high temperature in June in Fuerteventura is around 26°C. (& yes i know it sould ne hot & nice)! Days are usually hot with balmy evenings, so visitors should pack light and cool clothing. The forecast is for a partly cloudy morning and a sunny afternoon. °F. The average water temperature will be 18° which is cool for swimming, shorty wetsuit may help you extend your time in the water. For the highest temperatures the best time to visit Fuerteventura is between June and September although the sub tropical climate offers sunshine throughout the year and winter months are equally popular with visitors. In terms of daylight, this day is 3 hours, 37 minutes longer than on December Solstice. Forecast – Fuerteventura Airport. Climatic influences Below, check out the weather forecast for the month of may for most popular cities in Fuerteventura. Thus, the mean temperature average on this month of june in Caleta de Fuste is 72°F. thursdays and sundays 10.00-14.00. morro jable jandia . Where to Stay in Fuerteventura Which resort town is right for you? The climatic conditions are ideal for those who dislike very hot weather. Get the monthly weather forecast for Provo, UT, including daily high/low, historical averages, to help you plan ahead. With an average of 13. 9h of daylight, June has the longest days of the year in Fuerteventura, Spain. The June temperatures are absolutely perfect. There will be no rainy days at all. This month generally yields an average temperature of 18 Celsius. Weather Forecast Legend. Travel guide and advices. Past Weather in Fuerteventura, Las Palmas, Spain — Yesterday and Last 2 Weeks. Corralejo weather in June 2022 24 24°C max day temperature 9 9 hours of sunshine per day 0 0 days with some rainfall 17 17°C min night temperature 14 14 hours of daylight per day 0 No heat & humidity 0 0 mm of monthly rainfall 11 11 (Extreme) UV index 20 20°C sea temperature Caleta de Fuste is a lovely beach resort on the east coast of Fuerteventura. 18°C: 16mph: 16mph: 16mph: 69% 1025mB 0 mm Mon 14 Feb. Show details. The weather in Fuerteventura in March is a shade cooler than some of the other Canary Islands. This is what makes Corralejo such a popular resort. Average daily temperatures. In June, the rain falls for 2.3 days. ; Things to do in Fuerteventura A list of activities and other things to see or do while staying on Fuerteventura; Fuerteventura Weather and Climate Tonight, The climate is burning in this city in this month. Weather on the island of Fuerteventura in may 2022. You’re extremely unlikely to see any rainfall at all during the month and temperatures reach 26.4 ºC on average.

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kantsavaya

June 3, 2019

Suite Hotel Atlantis Fuerteventura Resort By Oasis Fuerteventura

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3 reviews hotel map price

all the places in the hotel were occupied. When we went in at the reception, the staff was not very friendly, who didn’t take them to the canceled room, and because. area… Read more

GundegaL

June 2, 2019

Occidental Jandia Mar Fuerteventura

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7 reviews hotel mapprice

Choose a hotel if you want an active holiday – the hotel is located on the 3rd line – the beach is beautiful, comfortable, but then you have to climb. Behind the hotel there is a hiking trail in the mountains – 7 km to the observation tower, and along the way… Read more

ilya metallurg

2 reviews hotel kartseny

Day 1 – Arrival
Departed from Dusseldorf at 9:25 February 12, 2014.
Arrived at Fuertoventura at 13:30.
Sun Express airline, everything is fine, except that a very modest lunch – 1 bun with… Read more

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January +18°C +20°C
February +17°C +19°C
March +17°C +20°C
April +18°C +22°C
May +19°C +24°C
June +20°C +25°C
July +22°C +28°C
August +23°C +28°C
September +23°C +27°C
October +23°C +27°C
November +21°C +24°C
December +19°C +22°C

According to our observations, as well as reviews of tourists who visited Spain, we can say that the weather in Kemer in September is expected to be good. The average daily air temperature in June is 25.2 °C, while the sea water temperature will be 20.8 °C.

Weather in June

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Average wind speed 24.1 m/s

Is it worth going to Fuerteventura for a holiday in June?

Comfort

71. 7%

Taking into account all the available weather data in Fuerteventura in June (air and water temperature, amount and intensity of rains, cloudiness, day length and wind strength), we calculated the comfort level at this resort, which was 71.7 %. Please also note that the comfort level in July will be higher and will be 75.8 %

Comfort level by months

On the graph below you can see the comfort level in Fuerteventura calculated by us for each month. The most comfortable months for a holiday in Fuerteventura are September, October and August. Months with the minimum level of comfort are March, January and February.

Fuerteventura weather comparison by months

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Air temperature in Fuerteventura in June.

5°C to 19.5°C respectively. At the same time, the average air temperature is 25.2 °C during the day, and 20.2 °C at night. The difference between daytime and nighttime air temperatures averages up to 5.0°C per month.

Fuerteventura water temperature in June

Fuerteventura water in June is suitable for swimming. The water temperature in the sea does not fall below 19.9°C, while the maximum figure can reach 21.3°C. The average water temperature in June is 20.8 °C, which is 1.0°C higher than in May and 1.2°C lower than in July.

Rainy days and precipitation in June

The average rainfall in Fuerteventura in June is 2 mm. This amount of precipitation is insignificant, and you will not notice rainy days. June is one of the driest months in terms of rainfall. According to our observations and hysmeteo data, the probability of rainy weather is 0.0 %.

Sunny, cloudy and overcast days

Fuerteventura in June usually has about 20 sunny, 9 cloudy and 1 overcast days. The day length (from dawn to dusk) is 13 hours and 55 minutes. The number of hours of sunshine when the sun’s rays reach the earth’s surface, taking into account the average cloud cover for the month, is 10 hours and 49 minutes per day. Fuerteventura is one of the sunniest months of the year.

Wind in Fuerteventura in June

The graph below shows the probability of winds of varying strengths during the month. The average wind speed in Fuerteventura in June is 24.1 m/s.

Weather in June in other resorts in Spain

We bring to your attention brief data on the weather in other popular resorts in Spain in June. Select the resort you are interested in to get more detailed information.

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Tenerife 23. 0°C 15.9°C 0 days (7 mm) 21.5°C
Barcelona 26.4°C 19.6°C 3 days (42 mm) 21.5°C
Mallorca 29.6°C 19.7°C 1 day (18 mm) 23.0°C
Malaga 30.0°C 18.6°C 0 days (3 mm) 20.5°C
Palma de Mallorca 30.1°C 19.1°C 1 day (14 mm) 23.1°C
Valencia 29.4°C 20.3°C 0 days (5 mm) 22.9°C
Costa Brava 27.3°C 18. 4°C 1 day (19 mm) 20.2°C
Salou 27.5°C 19.0°C 3 days (35 mm) 22.2°C
Alicante 29.1°C 20.4°C 0 days (10 mm) 23.0°C
Ibiza 27.5°C 22.1°C 1 day (7 mm) 22.9°C
Gran Canaria 27.3°C 20.6°C 0 days (0 mm) 21.1°C
Marbella 29.0°C 17.6°C 1 day (8 mm) 19.5°C
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Air temperature in Fuerteventura in June

The graph below provides detailed information about daytime and nighttime temperatures in Fuerteventura in June.
Select the year you are interested in to see daily temperatures in June for that year.

The average air temperature in June over the past 5 years is 23.3°C during the day and 19. 9°C at night.
To get data on the air temperature in Fuerteventura for other months, go to the “Weather by months” section.

Data for:

June

2022

2021

2020

2019

2018

The graph below provides detailed information about the water temperature in Fuerteventura in June.
Select the year you are interested in to see daily temperatures in June for that year.

The average sea temperature in June for Fuerteventura is 20.7°C for the last 5 years.
To get water temperature data for other months, go to the “Weather by months” section.

Data for:

June

2022

2021

2020

2019

2018

The graph below shows the number of sunny, cloudy and overcast days you can expect in Fuerteventura in June.
The forecast is based on information about the weather in this resort, collected over the past five years.
However, such a forecast cannot be accurate and should only serve as a rough guide.

Rainy days in Fuerteventura in June

The graph below shows the probability of rainfall of varying strengths in Fuerteventura in June.
The forecast is based on rainfall information for this resort collected over the past five years.
However, such a forecast cannot be accurate and should only serve as a rough guide.

Windy days in Fuerteventura in June

The chart below shows information on how strong the winds can be in Fuerteventura in June.
The forecast is based on information about the strength of the wind at this resort, collected over the past five years.
However, such a forecast cannot be accurate and should only serve as a rough guide.

September 20 21°C 4 m / s
September 21 22°C 6 m / s
September 22 22°C 7 m / s
September 23 24°C 6 m / s
September 24 22°C 5 m / s
September 25 23°C 5 m / s
September 26 23°C 5 m / s
September 27 23°C 7 m / s
September 28 21°C 9 m / s
September 29 21°C 8 m / with

Water temperature in the sea

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+26 ° C

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September 15, 23. 4 ° C
September 16 23.3

September 18 23.2 °C0670 WATER
January +19 ° C
February +19 ° C
+20 ° C
April +19 ° C +21 ° C
May
June +21 ° C +23 ° C
July
+22 ° C +26 ° C
September +23 ° C
9000 OKTYARY OKTRAR +25 °C
November +22 ° C +23 ° C
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+32 ° C
Grand Canarius +25 ° C
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All resorts

WARMEST MONTH

August

Average day temperature:

+26°C

Maximum:

+34°C

Minimum:

+19°C

THE WARMEST WATER IN THE SEA

Maximum:

+25°C

Minimum:

+22°C

THE MOST SUNNY MONTH

August

Number of sunny days:

25 days

Average cloudy:

16.8%

Day length:

13h 6m

DRIEST MONTH

June

Probability of rain:

0.0%

Monthly precipitation:

1.9mm

Average cloudiness
:

21. 8%

Weather in Fuerteventura in June 2022-2021 🌊 and water temperature at “365 Celsius”

According to our rating system, which is confirmed by the reviews of tourists who have visited Spain, the weather is excellent in Fuerteventura in June, this month’s rating is 4.5 out of five.

Temperature in Fuerteventura in June

Average temperature during the day: +24.2°C
Average temperature at night: +20.3°C
Sea water temperature: +20.6°C
Number of sunny days: 21 days
Rainy days:
Rainfall:
0 days
4. 1 mm

Comparison of the weather by months in Fuerteventura
Water temperature in Spain in June

Should I go on vacation in June?

4
.
5

The climate in June is good and tourists come to have a rest. According to our data, the weather in Fuerteventura in June and the water temperature is excellent. At this time, the cold sea has an average temperature of +20.6°C. There is practically no rain, about 0 days per month, 4.1 mm of precipitation falls. Sunny weather lasts at least 21 days. According to the reviews of tourists who have visited Spain, it is worth going on vacation to Fuerteventura in June.

    Please note:

  • Weather in Fuerteventura in May:
    rating 4.2 (out of 5),
    air +24. 0°C , sea: +19.7°C,
    rain 1 day
  • Weather in Fuerteventura in July:
    rating 4.5 (out of 5),
    air +24.2°C , sea: +21.3°C,
    rain 1 day



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  • Average statistics for 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021: the maximum air temperature reaches +26. 4°C, the minimum recorded values ​​are +22.2°C. Night temperature in Fuerteventura in June drops to +21.1°C…+19.1°C. On average, the difference between day and night is 4.2°C. What is the weather forecast for Fuerteventura at the end of June and the beginning of the month indicated on the chart, in Spain almost everywhere the situation is similar.

    

    Fuerteventura water temperature in June

    Weather forecast and sea water temperature in Fuerteventura in June ranges from +19.6°C to +21.5°C. At its lows, it can be considered not comfortable for swimming adults and children. In the previous month, the sea is colder by about 0.9°C. Next month the water is 0.7°C warmer. In June, according to the reviews of tourists in Fuerteventura, the climate is not very suitable for recreation, also due to the uncomfortable temperature of the water in the sea almost anywhere in Spain.

    Rating, rainy days and precipitation in June and other months.

    The rating in a period of five months fluctuates from 4.0 to 4.6 points. The number of rainy days in June is 0, and it ranks 3rd in this indicator for the year. Precipitation is 4.1 mm, this is the 9th place among all months. At the same time, in the previous period, 3.8 mm more rainfall, in the next month, 4 mm less. The weather in Fuerteventura in June in the first and second half of the month is shown in the summary table for 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021.

    Wind speed

    The average speed in June is 6.8 m/s with maximum wind gusts up to 9.5 m/s.

    Climate summary

    Day Day air temperature Water temperature
    1 +22. 7°C +19.6°C
    2 +24.3°C +20.1°C
    3 +23.4°C +20.1°C
    4 +22. 2°C +20.0°C
    5 +22.3°C +20.2°C
    6 +24.2°C +20.0°C
    7 +23. 3°C +20.6°C
    8 +22.6°C +20.8°C
    9 +23.2°C +20.4°C
    10 +23. 7°C +20.4°C
    11 +23.4°C +20.4°C
    12 +25.2°C +20.4°C
    13 +25. 7°C +20.3°C
    14 +25.3°C +21.0°C
    15 +24.3°C +21.2°C
    16 +24. 2°C +20.9°C
    17 +23.4°C +21.2°C
    18 +23.4°C +20.9°C
    19 +23. 4°C +20.8°C
    20 +24.2°C +21.1°C
    21 +24.2°C +21.3°C
    22 +24. 7°C +21.3°C
    23 +24.4°C +21.4°C
    24 +23.3°C +21.3°C
    25 +24. 2°C +21.5°C
    26 +24.1°C +21.0°C
    27 +24.6°C +21.2°C
    28 +24. 6°C +21.0°C
    29 +25.3°C +20.6°C
    30 +26.4°C +20.5°C

    Weather now

    Fuerteventura

    +23°

    Feeling: +25°C

    From 3m/s

    Precipitation: 0%

    Forecast 10 days / 14 days

      Pay attention to other cities:

    • Fuengirola weather in June
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    Weather, average temperature in Fuerteventura in June (Spain)

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    Compare Fuerteventura to another city:

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    In the month of June in Fuerteventura cloudiness decreases rapidly, while the percentage of time when the sky is overcast or is mostly cloudy decreases from 16% to 4% .

    The clearest day of the month is June 30 when is clear , is mostly clear or is partly cloudy conditions are observed 96% of times.

    For reference: October 29 , at the cloudiest day of of the year, the probability of cloudy or mostly cloudy weather is 37% , and July 19 , at the clearest day of , the probability of clear, mostly clear or partly cloudy sky is 98% .

    Cloud categories in June in Fuerteventura

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    Percentage of duration over time of each cloud band, broken down by the percentage of sky covered by clouds.

    During June in Fuerteventura the longitude of the day basically does not change . The shortest day of the month is on June 1, , when daylight hours are 13 hours 50 minutes , and the longest day is on June 21, with daylight hours of 13 hours 57 minutes .

    Number of hours of daylight and dusk in June in Fuerteventura

    The earliest sunrise this month in Fuerteventura is at 6:58 June 10, , and the latest is at 4 minutes later, at 7:02 June 30, .

    The earliest sunset is at 20:48 June 1, , and the latest sunset is 9 minutes later, at 20:57 June 30, .

    DST is observed in Fuerteventura in 2022, but it doesn’t start or end in June, so the entire month is in DST.

    For reference: June 21 , at the longest day of , the sun rises at 6:59 and sets in 13 hours 57 minutes , at 20:56 , and on December 21,

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    Mean daily incident shortwave solar energy, reaching the ground per square meter (orange line), in the 25–75 and 10–90 percentile ranges.

    In this description, the geographical coordinates of Fuerteventura are 28. 381° latitude, -14.031° longitude and an altitude of 0 m.

    The topography within a radius of 3 kilometers from Fuerteventura is predominantly flat with a maximum elevation change of 0 meters and a mean elevation of 0 meters . Within a radius of 16 kilometers is also predominantly flat ( 0 meters ). Within a radius of 80 kilometers is also predominantly flat ( 0 meters ).

    Area within a radius of 3 kilometers

    Details of the data sources used for this summary can be found on the Fuerteventura Airport page.

    Disclaimer

    The information on this site is provided as is, without any guarantee of its accuracy or suitability for any purpose. The weather data may contain errors, glitches and other defects. We are not responsible for any decisions made on the basis of the information provided on this site.

    We pay special attention to the fact that for a number of important data types we rely on reconstructions based on the MERRA-2 model. With huge advantages in temporal and spatial completeness, these reconstructions: (1) are based on computer models that may have typical model errors, (2) use coarse sampling on a 50 km grid and therefore cannot reconstruct local variations in many microclimates, and (3) experiencing particular weather difficulties in some coastal areas, especially on smaller islands.

    We also caution that our travel points are only as accurate as the data on which they are based, that the weather conditions in any particular place and at any time are unpredictable and changeable, and that points calculation reflects a certain set of preferences that may not coincide with preferences of the individual reader.

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    Daily temperature maxima rise by 1 °C , from 24 °C to 26 °C , rarely falling below 22 °C or exceeding 28 °C .

    Daily temperature lows rise by 2 °C , from 18 °C to 20 °C , rarely falling below 17 °C or exceeding 22 °C .

    For reference: 19 August , is the hottest day of , temperatures in Fuerteventura usually range from 22 °C to 27 °C , and 23 January , is the coldest day of the year , they range from 15 °C to 20 °C .
    90th percentile. The thin dotted lines represent the corresponding average perceived temperatures.

    The graph below shows a brief description of the average hourly temperatures for the quarter of the year, the center of which is June. The horizontal axis is the day, the vertical axis is the hour of the day, and the color is the average temperature for that hour and day.

    Average hourly temperature in June in Fuerteventura

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    the most the short day of , it rises at 7:44 and sets in 10 hours 20 minutes , at 18:04 .

    Sunrise and sunset with dusk in June in Fuerteventura

    Sunrise and sunset with twilight in June in FuerteventuraJune1122334455667788

    The figure below is a compact representation of the sun’s height (the angle of the sun above the horizon) and bearing (its compass direction) for each hour of each day during the reporting period. The horizontal axis is the day of the year and the vertical axis is the hour of the day. For a given day and hour of that day, the background color indicates the azimuth of the sun at that moment. Black isolines are contours of constant solar altitude.

    Sun height and azimuth in June in Fuerteventura

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    The graph below provides a summary of the main lunar data for June 2022. The horizontal axis is the day, the vertical axis is the hour of the day, and the colored areas show when the Moon is above the horizon. Vertical gray bars (new moon) and blue bars (full moon) indicate the key phases of the moon. The label associated with each bar indicates the date and time of the phase, and the accompanying timestamps indicate the times of moonrise and moonset for the closest time interval in which the moon is above the horizon.

    906 km

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    510 km 3

    90 km

    June 2022 Illumination Moonrise Moonset Moonrise Distance

    3 transit

    3
    one 4% 8:17 UT 22:53 WNW 15:35 S
    2 9% 9:07 UTC 23:42 WNW 16:25 S 406,010 km
    3 15% 10:01 UTC 17:15 S 405 028 km
    four 23% 0:26 WSZ 10:56 UTC 18:03 Yu 402 960 km
    5 32% 1:06 WNW 11:53 UTC 18:50 S 900 6 km 3 90 9 8
    6 41% 1:42 WNW 12:49 UTC 19:34 S 90 5 0 9 km 3 90 5 0 8
    7 50% 2:14 WNW 13:45 UTC 20:17 S 900 20 90 5 km 3
    eight 62% 2:46 W 14:42 E 21:01 S
    9 73% 3:16 W 15:41 E 21:45 S 377,879 km
    ten 82% 3:48 W 16:42 E 22:32 S
    eleven 91% 4:22 SW 17:47 ESE 23:24 S
    12 94% 5:01 SW 18:56 SE
    13 97% 5:46 SW 20:08 ESE 0:21 S 90 10 6 km 3 90 10 6
    fourteen 100% 6:40 SW 21:20 ESE 1:24 S 358,322 km
    fifteen 99% 7:42 SW 22:28 SE 2:31 S 900 6 2 km 3 90 0 6
    16 96% 8:51 SW 23:28 ESE 3:40 S 90 8 60010
    17 90% 10:02 SW 4:45 S 361,778 km
    eighteen 81% 0:18 ESE 11:12 SW 5:46 S 900 6 km 30 6 96
    19 70% 1:01 ESE 12:18 SW 6:40 S 371,915 km
    twenty 59% 1:37 ESE 13:21 W 7:29 S 9006 70 80
    21 50% 2:10 B 14:19 W 8:14 W 383 769 km
    22 38% 2:40 E 15:16 W 8:57 S km 3
    23 28% 3:10 E 16:12 WNW 9:39 S
    24 19% 3:41 UTC 17:08 WNW 10:22 S 398 010 km
    25 12% 4:14 UT 18:04 WNW 11:06 S 90 4 6 km 90 4 10
    26 6% 4:49 ETC 19:00 ZSZ 11:52 S 403,871 km
    27 2% 5:29 UT 19:55 WNW 12:41 S 9005 40 8 km
    28 0% 6:14 UT 20:49 WNW 13:31 S 9006 40 6 km
    29 0% 7:03 UT 21:39 WNW 14:21
    S 9006 40 5 km
    thirty 2% 7:56 UT 22:25 WNW 15:12 S 900 6 40 6 40

    We base comfort level on dew point, as it determines whether sweat will evaporate from the skin, cooling the body. A lower dew point makes you feel more dry, while a higher dew point makes you feel more humid. Unlike temperature, which typically varies significantly between day and night, dew point tends to change more slowly, so while temperatures may drop at night, a wet day usually gives way to a wet night.

    The probability that a given day will be raw in Fuerteventura rapidly rises during June, rising from 8% to 25% during the month.

    For reference: on August 31, , on the wettest day of , dampness is felt on 71% of of the time, and on January 13, , on on the least wet day of , damp on 1% of of the time.

    Humidity comfort levels in June in Fuerteventura

    damp
    21°C
    stuffy
    24 °C
    heavy

    Percentage of time spent at different humidity comfort levels, classified by dew point.

    This section describes the mean hourly wind vector (speed and direction) over a large area at 10 meters above the ground. The wind experienced at any given location is highly dependent on local topography and other factors, and instantaneous wind speed and direction vary more widely than hourly averages.

    Hourly average wind speed in Fuerteventura rises during June, rising from 23.7 kph to 26.1 kph during the month.

    For reference: July 17 , at the windiest day of , the average daily wind speed is 28.0 kilometers per hour , and October 14 , at the calmest day of , the average daily wind speed is East South West

    Percentage of hours during which the average wind direction corresponds to each of the four main wind directions, excluding hours in which the average wind speed is less than 1.6 km/h . The slightly shaded areas on the borders are the percentage of hours in the implied intermediate directions (northeast, southeast, southwest, and northwest).

    Fuerteventura is located near a large body of water (such as the ocean, sea, or large lake). This section describes the average daily surface temperature of this large area of ​​water.

    Average daily water temperature (purple line) with ranges from 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentiles.

    Definitions of growing season vary around the world, but in the context of this description, we define it as the longest continuous period of temperatures above freezing (≥ 0°C) in a year (the Northern Hemisphere calendar year, or July 1 to 30 June in the Southern Hemisphere).

    Temperatures in Fuerteventura are quite warm all year round, so there is no point in discussing the growing season on these terms. However, we include the graph below as an illustration of the distribution of temperatures throughout the year.
    ice cold
    -9 °C
    frosty
    0 °C
    very cold
    7 °C
    cold
    13°C
    cool
    18 °C
    comfortable
    24 °C
    warm
    29°C
    hot
    35°C
    sultry

    Percentage of time spent in different temperature ranges. The black line is the percentage chance that a given day is within the growing season.

    Growth degree days is a measure of annual heat accumulation used to predict the development of plants and animals and is defined as all threshold exceedances of a given temperature minimum, excluding maximum temperature exceedances. In this description, the temperature minimum is 10 °C and the maximum is 30 °C .

    Average accumulated growth degree days in Fuerteventura rapidly increasing during June, increasing

    Average degree days of growth accumulated during June, with ranges from the 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentiles.

    This section describes the total daily incident shortwave solar energy reaching the earth’s surface over a large area, fully accounting for seasonal variations in day length, the height of the Sun above the horizon, and absorption by clouds and other atmospheric constituents. Shortwave radiation includes visible light and ultraviolet radiation.

    The average daily incident shortwave solar energy in Fuerteventura is basically unchanged throughout June, remaining all the time within plus or minus 0.1 kWh from 8.1 kWh .

    The highest average daily incident shortwave solar energy in June is 8.2 kWh June 21 .

    Average daily incident shortwave solar energy in June at Fuerteventura

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    Fuerteventura weather in June 2020 – water and air temperature

    Fuerteventura weather in June 2020 – water and air temperature

    June weather

    Fuerteventura

  • Is it possible to swim in June
  • Is the weather good for excursions
  • Things to do in June
  • Weather archive for June
  • Holiday prices in June
  • Average daily air temperature +21. 5°C
    Day air temperature +23.8°C
    Air temperature at night +20.1°C
    Water temperature +20.6°C
    Rainfall 2 mm.
    Number of rainy days 0 days
    Relative humidity 16%
    Sunrise time 06:58
    sunset time 20:54
    Daylength 13. 8-14.0 hours
    Number of sunny days 21
    Wind speed 7 m/s

    Weather in Fuerteventura in other months
    9year and
    was +12°C.

    How often does it rain

    June, according to long-term observations in Fuerteventura, passes without rain.

    Wind

    According to statistics, in June there is a strong wind – 7m / s. The strongest wind was recorded in June 2018 and its gusts reached 9.0 m/s, most
    weak in June 2019 and its gusts reached 1.2 m/s.

    Sunny, cloudy and overcast days

    According to long-term statistics in Fuerteventura this month, on average, 21 sunny, 8 cloudy
    and 2 cloudy days, which is great for walking and sunbathing.

    Length of day

    The duration of daylight hours in June is about 13.8-14.0 hours. Most
    early sunrise in June starts at 06:58 – June 1, the latest in
    07:02 – 30 June.
    The earliest sunset occurs at 20:48 – June 1, the latest at
    20:57 – 30 June.

    Relative air humidity

    Humidity in June is about 16%.

    Fuerteventura water temperature in June

    Is it possible to swim? The average water temperature in June is usually
    +20.6°C,
    which is not enough for a comfortable swim. The maximum water temperature in June was recorded in 2017 and was 22.0°C,
    coldest in 2019and amounted to 17.0°C.

    Is the weather good for excursions

    In June according to statistics and reviews
    tourists in Fuerteventura, the climate is quite suitable for walking, but sometimes it is hot. The temperature stays around +20.1°C..+23.8°C.

    We rated the opportunity for leisure on a scale of 1 (unsuitable) to 10 (excellent)

    Beach holiday

    6/10

    Excursions and walks

    10/10

    Hiking

    8/10

    What are the prices for holidays in June

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    Prices
    on vacation in Spain

    Weather archive for June

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    • 2018
    • 2017

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    +25°
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    25
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    +24°
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    26
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    1
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    23
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    26
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    27
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    28
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    29
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    30
    June

    +21°
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    1
    June

    +15°
    +28°

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    • 719mmHg.

    • Yu, 2.5 m/s

    • 68.9%

    2
    June

    +17°
    +29°

    +19°

    • 720 mmHg

    • Yu, 2.6 m/s

    • 49. 0%

    3
    June

    +18°
    +30°

    +19°

    • 721 mmHg

    • Yu, 3.1 m/s

    • 45.1%

    4
    June

    +15°
    +26°

    +19°

    • 721 mmHg

    • Yu, 4. 1 m/s

    • 63.9%

    5
    June

    +17°
    +30°

    +22°

    • 748 mmHg

    • Yu, 3.4 m/s

    • 42.8%

    6
    June

    +14°
    +22°

    +19°

    • 726 mmHg

    • Yu, 5. 3 m/s

    • 56.0%

    7
    June

    +14°
    +21°

    +19°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 5.3 m/s

    • 63.6%

    8
    June

    +15°
    +21°

    +18°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 5. 1 m/s

    • 68.4%

    9
    June

    +14°
    +21°

    +18°

    • 726 mmHg

    • Yu, 5.5 m/s

    • 57.9%

    10
    June

    +14°
    +21°

    +18°

    • 725 mmHg

    • Yu, 6. 0 m/s

    • 65.3%

    11
    June

    +15°
    +21°

    +18°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 7.0 m/s

    • 65.0%

    12
    June

    +14°
    +19°

    +18°

    • 720 mmHg

    • Yu, 6. 5 m/s

    • 72.5%

    13
    June

    +14°
    +19°

    +17°

    • 721 mmHg

    • Yu, 5.0 m/s

    • 61.4%

    14
    June

    +12°
    +19°

    +17°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 2. 9 m/s

    • 65.9%

    15
    June

    +13°
    +21°

    +17°

    • 725 mmHg

    • Yu, 3.1 m/s

    • 63.3%

    16
    June

    +12°
    +21°

    +17°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 2. 8 m/s

    • 63.4%

    17
    June

    +12°
    +22°

    +17°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 1.9 m/s

    • 61.6%

    18
    June

    +14°
    +23°

    +17°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 1. 2 m/s

    • 67.4%

    19
    June

    +16°
    +23°

    +17°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 3.6 m/s

    • 70.9%

    20
    June

    +15°
    +22°

    +18°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 5. 3 m/s

    • 70.3%

    21
    June

    +15°
    +22°

    +18°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 6.0 m/s

    • 70.8%

    22
    June

    +15°
    +21°

    +18°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 5. 4 m/s

    • 67.5%

    23
    June

    +15°
    +22°

    +18°

    • 722 mmHg

    • Yu, 3.8 m/s

    • 71.3%

    24
    June

    +16°
    +24°

    +18°

    • 722 mmHg

    • Yu, 1. 9m/s

    • 76.3%

    25
    June

    +16°
    +24°

    +19°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 2.0 m/s

    • 74.4%

    26
    June

    +16°
    +23°

    +19°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 4. 8 m/s

    • 70.6%

    27
    June

    +15°
    +22°

    +19°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 5.0 m/s

    • 65.9%

    28
    June

    +15°
    +22°

    +19°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 5. 0 m/s

    • 61.3%

    29
    June

    +15°
    +23°

    +19°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 4.4 m/s

    • 61.1%

    30
    June

    +15°
    +23°

    +19°

    • 725 mmHg

    • Yu, 5. 0 m/s

    • 63.8%

    1
    June

    +14°
    +22°

    +19°

    • 722 mmHg

    • Yu, 2.6 m/s

    • 69.1%

    2
    June

    +14°
    +22°

    +19°

    • 722 mmHg

    • Yu, 2. 6 m/s

    • 68.8%

    3
    June

    +15°
    +24°

    +19°

    • 721 mmHg

    • Yu, 3.3 m/s

    • 70.9%

    4
    June

    +16°
    +24°

    +19°

    • 721 mmHg

    • Yu, 2. 1 m/s

    • 69.3%

    5
    June

    +16°
    +25°

    +20°

    • 721 mmHg

    • Yu, 4.3 m/s

    • 71.8%

    6
    June

    +17°
    +23°

    +20°

    • 722 mmHg

    • Yu, 4. 1 m/s

    • 74.8%

    7
    June

    +15°
    +23°

    +20°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 2.8 m/s

    • 72.6%

    8
    June

    +16°
    +24°

    +20°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 4. 3 m/s

    • 70.5%

    9
    June

    +16°
    +23°

    +19°

    • 725 mmHg

    • Yu, 4.9m/s

    • 68.5%

    10
    June

    +15°
    +22°

    +19°

    • 725 mmHg

    • Yu, 4. 1 m/s

    • 59.5%

    11
    June

    +15°
    +23°

    +19°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 3.3 m/s

    • 59.8%

    12
    June

    +15°
    +21°

    +19°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 3. 3 m/s

    • 60.4%

    13
    June

    +14°
    +22°

    +19°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 2.5 m/s

    • 62.3%

    14
    June

    +15°
    +24°

    +19°

    • 726 mmHg

    • Yu, 4. 0 m/s

    • 65.8%

    15
    June

    +17°
    +27°

    +19°

    • 727 mmHg

    • Yu, 4.0 m/s

    • 63.1%

    16
    June

    +17°
    +28°

    +20°

    • 728 mmHg

    • Yu, 3. 1 m/s

    • 57.8%

    17
    June

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    • 725 mmHg

    • Yu, 2.6 m/s

    • 62.9%

    18
    June

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    +20°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 3. 6 m/s

    • 73.4%

    19
    June

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    +20°

    • 725 mmHg

    • Yu, 5.6 m/s

    • 65.6%

    20
    June

    +16°
    +24°

    +20°

    • 726 mmHg

    • Yu, 5. 4 m/s

    • 63.6%

    21
    June

    +16°
    +26°

    +20°

    • 726 mmHg

    • Yu, 5.0 m/s

    • 66.6%

    22
    June

    +16°
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    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 5. 6 m/s

    • 72.0%

    23
    June

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    • 722 mmHg

    • Yu, 5.5 m/s

    • 69.6%

    24
    June

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    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 5. 6 m/s

    • 69.1%

    25
    June

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    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 5.5 m/s

    • 67.9%

    26
    June

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    +20°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 6. 1 m/s

    • 66.9%

    27
    June

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    +24°

    +20°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 5.9m/s

    • 65.0%

    28
    June

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    +20°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 6. 4 m/s

    • 70.9%

    29
    June

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    +24°

    +20°

    • 722 mmHg

    • Yu, 6.1 m/s

    • 73.0%

    30
    June

    +17°
    +25°

    +20°

    • 721 mmHg

    • Yu, 5. 1 m/s

    • 70.1%

    1
    June

    +13°
    +22°

    +0°

    • 721 mmHg

    • Yu, 4.0 m/s

    • 65.4%

    2
    June

    +12°
    +22°

    +0°

    • 722 mmHg

    • Yu, 4. 3 m/s

    • 64.8%

    3
    June

    +13°
    +21°

    +0°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 5.1 m/s

    • 68.6%

    4
    June

    +14°
    +21°

    +0°

    • 726 mmHg

    • Yu, 6. 0 m/s

    • 64.9%

    5
    June

    +14°
    +21°

    +0°

    • 726 mmHg

    • Yu, 6.1 m/s

    • 57.8%

    6
    June

    +13°
    +22°

    +0°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 5. 6 m/s

    • 68.0%

    7
    June

    +15°
    +24°

    +0°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 4.5 m/s

    • 71.3%

    8
    June

    +16°
    +28°

    +0°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 4. 6 m/s

    • 58.1%

    9
    June

    +16°
    +32°

    +0°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 6.5 m/s

    • 43.8%

    10
    June

    +19°
    +34°

    +0°

    • 722 mmHg

    • Yu, 4. 5 m/s

    • 35.3%

    11
    June

    +19°
    +29°

    +0°

    • 722 mmHg

    • Yu, 6.0 m/s

    • 37.5%

    12
    June

    +16°
    +24°

    +0°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 5. 5 m/s

    • 58.9%

    13
    June

    +15°
    +23°

    +0°

    • 725 mmHg

    • Yu, 5.4 m/s

    • 68.4%

    14
    June

    +15°
    +23°

    +0°

    • 725 mmHg

    • Yu, 5. 4 m/s

    • 68.4%

    15
    June

    +14°
    +22°

    +0°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 4.5 m/s

    • 70.3%

    16
    June

    +15°
    +22°

    +0°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 5. 1 m/s

    • 72.3%

    17
    June

    +15°
    +21°

    +0°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 5.6 m/s

    • 76.5%

    18
    June

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    +20°

    +0°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 6. 3 m/s

    • 66.9%

    19
    June

    +14°
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    +0°

    • 725 mmHg

    • Yu, 6.5 m/s

    • 55.6%

    20
    June

    +14°
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    +0°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 5. 9 m/s

    • 63.5%

    21
    June

    +15°
    +22°

    +0°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 5.1 m/s

    • 73.8%

    22
    June

    +14°
    +21°

    +0°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 5. 1 m/s

    • 67.4%

    23
    June

    +15°
    +21°

    +0°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 5.8 m/s

    • 67.4%

    24
    June

    +14°
    +22°

    +0°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 4. 9m/s

    • 63.0%

    25
    June

    +13°
    +23°

    +0°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 3.8 m/s

    • 64.5%

    26
    June

    +14°
    +24°

    +0°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 3. 8 m/s

    • 68.3%

    27
    June

    +15°
    +24°

    +0°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 5.3 m/s

    • 70.4%

    28
    June

    +14°
    +23°

    +0°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 6. 1 m/s

    • 70.1%

    29
    June

    +15°
    +22°

    +0°

    • 724 mmHg

    • Yu, 7.1 m/s

    • 71.9%

    30
    June

    +15°
    +21°

    +0°

    • 723 mmHg

    • Yu, 6.

Adeje weather november: Average weather November in Costa Adeje, Spain

Опубликовано: May 30, 2021 в 11:12 am

Автор:

Категории: November

November Weather in Costa Adeje, Tenerife – 2022 – Winter Sun Expert

Costa Adeje is a purpose build resort that is part of the province of Adeje, located in the southern part of Tenerife, one of the Canary Islands in Spain. It is often described as an upmarket resort as there are lots of luxurious resorts, apartments, and villas. There is also an abundance of fine dining and entertainment. While this coastal town may have had humble beginnings, it is now the playground for tourists and snowbirds who are chasing the sun, especially during the cold winter months.

The resort has some of the best beaches in the Canary Islands including the amazing playa de Duque named after the Duke of Abrantes.

Weather November 2022 in Costa Adeje Tenerife:

Generally, November in Costa Adeje will be really nice, with an average temperature of around 75°F / 24°C. Due to the dry air, it will feel very comfortable. You can expect around 5 rainy days, with on average 0. 9 inches / 22 mm of rain during the month of November.

Marc Ryckaert – CC BY-SA 4.0

Contents

  • 1 November weather in Costa Adeje Tenerife
  • 2 November weather in Costa Adeje Tenerife in more detail
    • 2.1 – What will the temperature be in Costa Adeje in November
    • 2.2 – Can you expect rain in November in Costa Adeje?
    • 2.3 – What will the water temperature be in Costa Adeje for November
    • 2.4 – Can you expect in November a lot of sunny days in Costa Adeje
    • 2.5 – Will it be comfortable in November in Costa Adeje?
  • 3 What to do in Costa Adeje Tenerife in November
  • 4 Is it humid in Costa Adeje Tenerife in November?
  • 5 Is November a good time to go to Costa Adeje Tenerife?
  • 6 Does it rain all day in Costa Adeje Tenerife in November?
  • 7 Is November the rainiest month in Costa Adeje Tenerife?
  • 8 Is November the most sunniest month in Costa Adeje Tenerife?
  • 9 Weather in Costa Adeje Tenerife in other months

November weather in Costa Adeje Tenerife

To get a good overview of the type of weather you can expect in November in Costa Adeje, we will look at the day and night temperature, minimum and maximum water temperature, and if November is comfortable or humid

Generally, November in Costa Adeje will be really nice. Historical data shows that you can expect an average temperature of around 75°F / 24°C. Due to the dry air, it will feel very comfortable. During the night, it will cool down to around 62°F / 17°C.

Costa Adeje has some rainy days in November. You can expect around 5 rainy days, with on average 0.9 inches / 22 mm of rain during the whole month.

The forecast for November 2022 is based on historical data and are averages. They will give a good indication what you can expect, but the daily temperature and rain will fluctuate during the month.

November weather in Costa Adeje Tenerife in more detail

To get a better feeling for the type of weather, you can expect in November in Costa Adeje, we will look at the temperature, rain, wind, humidity, water temperature, and sun and clouds

– What will the temperature be in Costa Adeje in November

Generally, you can expect in November an average temperature of 75°F / 24°C during the day and an average of 62°F / 17°C during the night. In November, during the warmest part of the afternoon, the temperature can often get as high as 86°F / 30°C, and at the end of the night, it can get as low as 55°F / 13°C.

When looking at the whole year, January, February and December are the coldest months, with an average temperature of around 71°F / 22°C. August is the hottest month, with an average temperature of around 86°F / 30°C. When comparing November with the temperature in the month before and after, this is slightly lower than October, which sees an average maximum temperature of around 80°F / 27°C. And almost equal to December, which sees an average maximum temperature of around 71°F / 22°C.

Day and night temperature variation for Costa Adeje during the year.Day and night temperature variation for Costa Adeje during the year.

But average temperatures only tell half of the story. It is also good to check the maximum and minimum temperatures. When looking at the whole year, August is the hottest month, with a temperature of around 93°F / 34°C. January is the coldest month, with a temperature of around 77°F / 25°C. When comparing November with the temperature in the month before and after, this is almost equal to October, which sees an average maximum temperature of around 87°F / 31°C. And slightly more than December, which sees an average maximum temperature of around 78°F / 26°C.

In the following graph, you can see how many cold and hot days you can expect in Costa Adeje each month:

Day and night temperature variation for Costa Adeje during the year.Day and night temperature variation for Costa Adeje during the year.

– Can you expect rain in November in Costa Adeje?

Generally, you can expect about 5 rain days in November, with on average 0.9 inches / 22 mm of rain.

When looking at the whole year, July is the dryest month, with an average rainfall of around 0 inches / 0 mmmm. December is the wettest month, with an average rainfall of around 1.3 inches / 32 mmmm. When comparing November with the month before and after, this is more than October, which sees around 0. 6 inches / 16 mm of rain. And less than December, which sees around 1.3 inches / 32 mm of rain

Rain days for Costa Adeje during the year.Rain days for Costa Adeje during the year.

If we look at the number of days with rain, July is the month with the least amount of rain days with an average of between 0 and 1 days. December is the month with the most rain days with an average of between 5 and 6 days. When comparing November with the month before and after, this is almost equal to October, which sees around 4 days of rain. And almost equal to December, which sees an average of between 5 and 6 days of rain

– What will the water temperature be in Costa Adeje for November

You can expect in November, the water temperature for Costa Adeje to be between 75°F / 24°C and 69°F / 21°C.

To compare the water temperature we will use the maximum water temperature. You can expect this temperature on a more sunny day, close to the shore, when the wind does not mix the relatively warmer and colder water.

September has the highest water temperature, with around 77°F / 25°C. March has the lowest water temperature, with an average of between 68°F / 20°C and 69°F / 21°C. When comparing the water temperature from November with the month before and after, November has a water temperature almost equal to October, with a water temperature of an average of between 75°F / 24°C and 77°F / 25°C. And almost equal to the water temperature from December, that is around 71°F / 22°C.

Water temperature for Costa Adeje during the year.Water temperature for Costa Adeje during the year.

– Can you expect in November a lot of sunny days in Costa Adeje

Generally, you can expect around 6 sunny days in November and around 20 partly sunny days. The remaining days will be cloudy.

When looking at the whole year, December is the month with the highest number of sunny days, with an average of between 7 and 8 sunny days. July is the month with the lowest number of sunny days, with an average of between 0 and 1 sunny days. When comparing November with the number of sunny days in the month before and after, it is almost equal to October, with around 7 sunny days. And almost equal to December, with an average of between 7 and 8 sunny days

The number of sunny, partly sunny, and cloudy days for Costa AdejeThe number of sunny, partly sunny, and cloudy days for Costa Adeje

We have looked at the sunny days in Costa Adeje. Let’s also look at the cloudy or overcast days. January is the month with the highest number of cloudy days, with around 6 cloudy days. July is the month with the lowest number of cloudy days, with around 1 cloudy day. When comparing November with the number of cloudy days in the month before and after, it is almost equal to October, with an average of between 3 and 4 cloudy days. And almost equal to December, with around 6 cloudy days

– Will it be comfortable in November in Costa Adeje?

Generally, November in Costa Adeje will have dry air, and will feel very comfortable.

We use the humidity and temperature in Costa Adeje to calculate the Wintersun Expert Comfort level for each month. The lower the Wintersun Expert Comfort level, the more comfortable it will be. Only for certain people, extremely dry air can feel slightly uncomfortable.

When looking at the whole year, January has the lowest humidity, with a Wintersun Expert comfort level of “very comfortable” (dry air). August has the highest humidity, with a Wintersun Expert comfort level of “comfortable” (not very humid). When comparing November with the month before and after, this is slightly less than October, which has a Wintersun Comfort level of “very comfortable” (low humidty). And slightly less than December, which has a Wintersun Comfort level of “very comfortable” (low humidty)

Wintersun Expert Humidity / Comfort level for Costa AdejeWintersun Expert Humidity / Comfort level for Costa Adeje

What to do in Costa Adeje Tenerife in November

  • Mount Teide – the highest point in Spain is can be accessed using a cable car while visiting costa Adeje.
  • Barranco Del Infierno – translating to Hell’s Canyon, this scenic part of the island is popular for its three-hour-long hike trail. There is a large number of fauna and flora present including sightings of the occasional eagle.
  • Golf Costa Adeje – considered to be among the best golf courses in the world, the golf course has some of the most amazing views you can find anywhere as it was modeled after it’s surrounding area.
  • Aqualand – this waterpark has a lot of fun rides and attractions. There are also water shows and dolphin displays.

Is it humid in Costa Adeje Tenerife in November?

A lot of people ask interested in the humidity or relative humidity for Costa Adeje Tenerife in November. But the real question they want to ask is not about humidity but the amount of moisture in the air. Or better, about comfort. Will it be comfortable in November in Costa Adeje, or will high humidity make it uncomfortable.

To answer this question, we have to look at the dew point. Relative humidity can change a lot in Costa Adeje during the day and night, as it changes when the amount of moisture changes and, but also when the temperature changes. It is a lot less reliable for comfort. Where the dew point only varies with the amount of moisture in the air.

Looking at the dew point, we can see that for the month of November, you can expect that Costa Adeje will have dry air, and will feel very comfortable.

January is the month with the most comfort. It will have dry air, and will feel very comfortable. August is the most uncomfortable month. It will not be very humid, and will feel comfortable. In the graph, you can see that there is some difference between the most comfortable and most uncomfortable months

Humidity level for Costa AdejeHumidity level for Costa Adeje

Is November a good time to go to Costa Adeje Tenerife?

Trying to answer the question of whether November is a good time to go to Costa Adeje is not as easy as it first seems. Some people like colder weather, and others prefer a warmer climate. Some are fine with some humidity, and others are not. If your location has air conditioning, the night temperature is less important.

These are some examples. I will try to answer the question with a more generic person in mind. The more detailed information in this article should be enough to check further if this applies to you as well.

If we look at the average temperature for Costa Adeje in November, we can see that it will be fine for most people. In November, you can expect it to be really nice, with an average temperature of around 75°F / 24°C. Due to the dry air, it will feel very comfortable. During the night, it will be around 62°F / 17°C.

As the number of overcast days is not high, you can enjoy the sun with around 6 sunny days and 20 partly sunny days.

The last aspect we will look at is rain. You can expect around 5 rainy days, with on average 0.9 inches / 22 mm of rain during November. If it were more than five days, the location would be slightly less attractive for a shorter stay.

We have looked at the average day temperature, the night temperature, humidity, the number of overcast days, and the rain. We think that November a good time to go to Costa Adeje Tenerife for most visitors.

Does it rain all day in Costa Adeje Tenerife in November?

In Costa Adeje, it does not rain all day in November. You can expect around 5 rainy days, with on average 0.9 inches / 22 mm of rain during the month.

Another way of looking at the rain is the number of sunny days. For Costa Adeje Tenerife, there are, on average 6 sunny days and 20 partly sunny days in November. That clearly shows that it is not raining all the time.

Is November the rainiest month in Costa Adeje Tenerife?

November is not the month with the most rainy days, and not the month with the most rain.

To answer what the rainiest month is in Costa Adeje, we will both look at the month with the most rain, and the month with the highest number of rainy days.

December is the month with the the highest number of rainiest days. On average, you can expect 6 days with rain. July is the month with the lowest number of rainy days, with aproximately 0 days.

December is the month with the most rain. This is not equal as the one with the most rainy days. On average, you can expect 1.3 inches / 32 mm of rain. July is the month with the least amount of rain. This is not the same month as the one with the lowest number of rainy days. You can expect approximately 0 inches / 0 mm of rain.

Is November the most sunniest month in Costa Adeje Tenerife?

November is not the month with the most sunny days, not the month with the most partly sunny days, and it is not the month with the lowest number of overcast days.

To answer what the sunniest month is in Costa Adeje, we will of course look at the month with the most sunniest days, but also look at the month with the biggest number of days that are sunny or partly sunny.

December is the month with the highest number of sunny days. On average, you can expect 6 sunny days, and 20 partly suny days. July is the month with the lowest number of sunny days.

July is the month with the highest number of sunny days and partly sunny days combined. While February is the month with the lowest number of sunny days and partly sunny days combined.

The last thing we will look at is the number of overcast days. July is the month with the lowest number of overcast days. While January is the month with the highest number of overcast days.

Weather in Costa Adeje Tenerife in other months

  • Weather in Costa Adeje Tenerife for January
  • Weather in Costa Adeje Tenerife for February
  • Weather in Costa Adeje Tenerife for March
  • Weather in Costa Adeje Tenerife for April
  • Weather in Costa Adeje Tenerife for May
  • Weather in Costa Adeje Tenerife for June
  • Weather in Costa Adeje Tenerife for July
  • Weather in Costa Adeje Tenerife for August
  • Weather in Costa Adeje Tenerife for September
  • Weather in Costa Adeje Tenerife for October
  • Weather in Costa Adeje Tenerife for December

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Adeje November Weather, Average Temperature (Spain)

Daily high temperatures decrease by 4°F, from 74°F to 70°F, rarely falling below 67°F or exceeding 79°F.

Daily low temperatures decrease by 3°F, from 63°F to 60°F, rarely falling below 57°F or exceeding 66°F.

For reference, on August 20, the hottest day of the year, temperatures in Adeje typically range from 67°F to 79°F, while on February 8, the coldest day of the year, they range from 56°F to 66°F.

Average High and Low Temperature in November in AdejeNov11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303055°F55°F60°F60°F65°F65°F70°F70°F75°F75°F80°F80°FOctDecNov 174°FNov 174°F63°F63°FNov 3070°FNov 3070°F60°F60°FNov 1172°FNov 1172°F62°F62°F

The daily average high (red line) and low (blue line) temperature, with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands. The thin dotted lines are the corresponding average perceived temperatures.

The figure below shows you a compact characterization of the hourly average temperatures for the quarter of the year centered on November. The horizontal axis is the day, the vertical axis is the hour of the day, and the color is the average temperature for that hour and day.

Average Hourly Temperature in November in Adeje

Average Hourly Temperature in November in AdejeNov11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303012 AM12 AM2 AM2 AM4 AM4 AM6 AM6 AM8 AM8 AM10 AM10 AM12 PM12 PM2 PM2 PM4 PM4 PM6 PM6 PM8 PM8 PM10 PM10 PM12 AM12 AMOctDeccoolcoolcomfortablewarm

frigid
15°F
freezing
32°F
very cold
45°F
cold
55°F
cool
65°F
comfortable
75°F
warm
85°F
hot
95°F
sweltering

The average hourly temperature, color coded into bands. The shaded overlays indicate night and civil twilight.

Paracas, Peru (4,930 miles away) and Cocachacra, Peru (4,831 miles) are the far-away foreign places with temperatures most similar to Adeje (view comparison).

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The month of November in Adeje experiences essentially constant cloud cover, with the percentage of time that the sky is overcast or mostly cloudy remaining about 38% throughout the month. The highest chance of overcast or mostly cloudy conditions is 39% on November 14.

The clearest day of the month is November 29, with clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy conditions 63% of the time.

For reference, on November 14, the cloudiest day of the year, the chance of overcast or mostly cloudy conditions is 39%, while on July 19, the clearest day of the year, the chance of clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy skies is 98%.

Cloud Cover Categories in November in Adeje

Cloud Cover Categories in November in AdejeNov1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300%100%10%90%20%80%30%70%40%60%50%50%60%40%70%30%80%20%90%10%100%0%OctDecJul 1998%Jul 1998%Nov 162%Nov 162%Nov 3063%Nov 3063%Nov 1162%Nov 1162%clearmostly clearpartly cloudymostly cloudyovercast

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clear
20%
mostly clear
40%
partly cloudy
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mostly cloudy
80%
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The percentage of time spent in each cloud cover band, categorized by the percentage of the sky covered by clouds.

A wet day is one with at least 0.04 inches of liquid or liquid-equivalent precipitation. In Adeje, the chance of a wet day over the course of November is essentially constant, remaining around 9% throughout.

For reference, the year’s highest daily chance of a wet day is 12% on February 21, and its lowest chance is 0% on June 22.

Probability of Precipitation in November in Adeje

Probability of Precipitation in November in AdejeNov1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300%0%1%1%2%2%3%3%4%4%5%5%6%6%7%7%8%8%9%9%10%10%11%11%12%12%OctDecNov 19%Nov 19%Nov 3010%Nov 3010%Nov 119%Nov 119%rain

The percentage of days in which various types of precipitation are observed, excluding trace quantities: rain alone, snow alone, and mixed (both rain and snow fell in the same day).

Rainfall

To show variation within the month and not just the monthly total, we show the rainfall accumulated over a sliding 31-day period centered around each day.

The average sliding 31-day rainfall during November in Adeje is essentially constant, remaining about 0.7 inches throughout, and rarely exceeding 2.0 inches.

Average Monthly Rainfall in November in Adeje

Average Monthly Rainfall in November in AdejeNov1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300.0 in0.0 in0.5 in0.5 in1.0 in1.0 in1.5 in1.5 in2.0 in2.0 in2.5 in2.5 inOctDecNov 10.6 inNov 10.6 inNov 300.8 inNov 300.8 inNov 110.6 inNov 110.6 in

The average rainfall (solid line) accumulated over the course of a sliding 31-day period centered on the day in question, with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands. The thin dotted line is the corresponding average snowfall.

Over the course of November in Adeje, the length of the day is decreasing. From the start to the end of the month, the length of the day decreases by 34 minutes, implying an average daily decrease of 1 minute, 10 seconds, and weekly decrease of 8 minutes, 11 seconds.

The shortest day of the month is November 30, with 10 hours, 30 minutes of daylight and the longest day is November 1, with 11 hours, 4 minutes of daylight.

Hours of Daylight and Twilight in November in Adeje

Hours of Daylight and Twilight in November in AdejeNov1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300 hr24 hr4 hr20 hr8 hr16 hr12 hr12 hr16 hr8 hr20 hr4 hr24 hr0 hrOctDecnightnightdaydayNov 111 hr, 4 minNov 111 hr, 4 minNov 3010 hr, 30 minNov 3010 hr, 30 min

The number of hours during which the Sun is visible (black line). From bottom (most yellow) to top (most gray), the color bands indicate: full daylight, twilight (civil, nautical, and astronomical), and full night.

The earliest sunrise of the month in Adeje is 7:18 AM on November 1 and the latest sunrise is 22 minutes later at 7:40 AM on November 30.

The latest sunset is 6:22 PM on November 1 and the earliest sunset is 12 minutes earlier at 6:10 PM on November 30.

Daylight saving time is observed in Adeje during 2022, but it neither starts nor ends during November, so the entire month is in standard time.

For reference, on June 21, the longest day of the year, the Sun rises at 7:10 AM and sets 13 hours, 56 minutes later, at 9:06 PM, while on December 21, the shortest day of the year, it rises at 7:54 AM and sets 10 hours, 21 minutes later, at 6:15 PM.

Sunrise & Sunset with Twilight and Daylight Saving Time in November in Adeje

Sunrise & Sunset with Twilight and Daylight Saving Time in November in AdejeNov1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930302 AM4 AM6 AM8 AM10 AM12 PM2 PM4 PM6 PM8 PM10 PM12 AMOctDec7:18 AM7:18 AMNov 16:22 PMNov 16:22 PM7:40 AM7:40 AMNov 306:10 PMNov 306:10 PM7:29 AM7:29 AMNov 166:13 PMNov 166:13 PMSolarMidnightSolarMidnightSolarNoonSunriseSunset

The solar day over the course of November. From bottom to top, the black lines are the previous solar midnight, sunrise, solar noon, sunset, and the next solar midnight. The day, twilights (civil, nautical, and astronomical), and night are indicated by the color bands from yellow to gray.

The figure below presents a compact representation of the sun’s elevation (the angle of the sun above the horizon) and azimuth (its compass bearing) for every hour of every day in the reporting period. The horizontal axis is the day of the year and the vertical axis is the hour of the day. For a given day and hour of that day, the background color indicates the azimuth of the sun at that moment. The black isolines are contours of constant solar elevation.

Solar Elevation and Azimuth in November in Adeje

Solar Elevation and Azimuth in November in AdejeNov11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303012 AM12 AM2 AM2 AM4 AM4 AM6 AM6 AM8 AM8 AM10 AM10 AM12 PM12 PM2 PM2 PM4 PM4 PM6 PM6 PM8 PM8 PM10 PM10 PM12 AM12 AMOctDec010102020203040405000010202030303050

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Solar elevation and azimuth over the course of November 2022. The black lines are lines of constant solar elevation (the angle of the sun above the horizon, in degrees). The background color fills indicate the azimuth (the compass bearing) of the sun. The lightly tinted areas at the boundaries of the cardinal compass points indicate the implied intermediate directions (northeast, southeast, southwest, and northwest).

The figure below presents a compact representation of key lunar data for November 2022. The horizontal axis is the day, the vertical axis is the hour of the day, and the colored areas indicate when the moon is above the horizon. The vertical gray bars (new Moons) and blue bars (full Moons) indicate key Moon phases. The label associated with each bar indicates the date and time that the phase is obtained, and the companion time labels indicate the rise and set times of the Moon for the nearest time interval in which the moon is above the horizon.

Moon Rise, Set & Phases in November in Adeje

Moon Rise, Set & Phases in November in AdejeNov11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303012 AM12 AM4 AM4 AM8 AM8 AM12 PM12 PM4 PM4 PM8 PM8 PM12 AM12 AMOctDecOct 99:56 PMOct 99:56 PMOct 2511:49 AMOct 2511:49 AMNov 811:03 AMNov 811:03 AMNov 2310:58 PMNov 2310:58 PMDec 84:09 AMDec 84:09 AMDec 2310:18 AMDec 2310:18 AM7:45 PM7:45 PM8:32 AM8:32 AM8:07 AM8:07 AM7:39 PM7:39 PM5:49 PM5:49 PM7:18 AM7:18 AM6:58 AM6:58 AM5:52 PM5:52 PM5:39 PM5:39 PM8:05 AM8:05 AM8:04 AM8:04 AM6:23 PM6:23 PM

The time in which the moon is above the horizon (light blue area), with new moons (dark gray lines) and full moons (blue lines) indicated. The shaded overlays indicate night and civil twilight.

Nov 2022 Illumination Moonrise Moonset Moonrise Meridian Passing Distance
1 50% 12:05 AM WSW 2:22 PM ESE 7:48 PM S 230,927 mi
2 68% 1:12 AM WSW 3:04 PM ESE 8:41 PM S 232,233 mi
3 78% 2:18 AM WSW 3:41 PM ESE 9:30 PM S 233,754 mi
4 87% 3:20 AM W 4:14 PM E 10:16 PM S 235,476 mi
5 93% 4:21 AM W 4:45 PM E 11:01 PM S 237,398 mi
6 98% 5:20 AM W 5:16 PM E 11:46 PM S 239,506 mi
7 99% 6:19 AM WNW 5:49 PM ENE
8 100% 7:18 AM WNW 6:23 PM ENE 12:31 AM S 241,759 mi
9 100% 8:18 AM WNW 7:01 PM ENE 1:18 AM S 244,078 mi
10 97% 9:17 AM WNW 7:43 PM ENE 2:07 AM S 246,340 mi
11 93% 10:15 AM WNW 8:30 PM ENE 2:57 AM S 248,392 mi
12 87% 11:09 AM WNW 9:21 PM ENE 3:49 AM S 250,062 mi
13 80% 11:59 AM WNW 10:15 PM ENE 4:41 AM S 251,182 mi
14 72% 12:44 PM WNW 11:11 PM ENE 5:31 AM S 251,606 mi
15 62% 1:23 PM WNW 6:19 AM S 251,232 mi
16 50% 12:06 AM ENE 1:59 PM WNW 7:05 AM S 250,017 mi
17 43% 1:02 AM ENE 2:31 PM WNW 7:49 AM S 247,982 mi
18 33% 1:57 AM ENE 3:01 PM W 8:31 AM S 245,224 mi
19 24% 2:53 AM E 3:31 PM W 9:14 AM S 241,913 mi
20 15% 3:50 AM E 4:01 PM W 9:57 AM S 238,284 mi
21 8% 4:49 AM E 4:34 PM WSW 10:42 AM S 234,625 mi
22 3% 5:51 AM ESE 5:10 PM WSW 11:31 AM S 231,249 mi
23 0% 6:58 AM ESE 5:52 PM WSW 12:24 PM S 228,461 mi
24 0% 8:07 AM ESE 6:41 PM WSW 1:24 PM S 226,510 mi
25 4% 9:18 AM ESE 7:39 PM WSW 2:29 PM S 225,548 mi
26 10% 10:26 AM ESE 8:45 PM WSW 3:35 PM S 225,601 mi
27 19% 11:27 AM ESE 9:54 PM WSW 4:41 PM S 226,567 mi
28 29% 12:20 PM ESE 11:04 PM WSW 5:42 PM S 228,252 mi
29 41% 1:04 PM ESE 6:38 PM S 230,424 mi
30 50% 12:11 AM WSW 1:43 PM ESE 7:28 PM S 232,864 mi

We base the humidity comfort level on the dew point, as it determines whether perspiration will evaporate from the skin, thereby cooling the body. Lower dew points feel drier and higher dew points feel more humid. Unlike temperature, which typically varies significantly between night and day, dew point tends to change more slowly, so while the temperature may drop at night, a muggy day is typically followed by a muggy night.

The chance that a given day will be muggy in Adeje is decreasing during November, falling from 9% to 1% over the course of the month.

For reference, on September 1, the muggiest day of the year, there are muggy conditions 35% of the time, while on January 13, the least muggy day of the year, there are muggy conditions 0% of the time.

Humidity Comfort Levels in November in Adeje

Humidity Comfort Levels in November in AdejeNov1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300%0%10%10%20%20%30%30%40%40%50%50%60%60%70%70%80%80%90%90%100%100%OctDecNov 19%Nov 19%Nov 301%Nov 301%Nov 116%Nov 116%muggymuggyhumidhumidcomfortablecomfortabledrydry

dry
55°F
comfortable
60°F
humid
65°F
muggy
70°F
oppressive
75°F
miserable

The percentage of time spent at various humidity comfort levels, categorized by dew point.

This section discusses the wide-area hourly average wind vector (speed and direction) at 10 meters above the ground. The wind experienced at any given location is highly dependent on local topography and other factors, and instantaneous wind speed and direction vary more widely than hourly averages.

The average hourly wind speed in Adeje is gradually increasing during November, increasing from 10.9 miles per hour to 11.8 miles per hour over the course of the month.

For reference, on July 17, the windiest day of the year, the daily average wind speed is 15.4 miles per hour, while on October 7, the calmest day of the year, the daily average wind speed is 10.2 miles per hour.

Average Wind Speed in November in Adeje

Average Wind Speed in November in AdejeNov1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300 mph0 mph5 mph5 mph20 mph20 mph25 mph25 mphOctDecNov 110. 9 mphNov 110.9 mphNov 3011.8 mphNov 3011.8 mphNov 1611.6 mphNov 1611.6 mph

The average of mean hourly wind speeds (dark gray line), with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

The wind direction in Adeje during November is predominantly out of the north from November 1 to November 28 and the east from November 28 to November 30.

Wind Direction in November in Adeje

Wind Direction in November in AdejeNENov1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300%100%20%80%40%60%60%40%80%20%100%0%OctDeceastnorthwestsouth

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The percentage of hours in which the mean wind direction is from each of the four cardinal wind directions, excluding hours in which the mean wind speed is less than 1.0 mph. The lightly tinted areas at the boundaries are the percentage of hours spent in the implied intermediate directions (northeast, southeast, southwest, and northwest).

Adeje is located near a large body of water (e.g., ocean, sea, or large lake). This section reports on the wide-area average surface temperature of that water.

The average surface water temperature in Adeje is gradually decreasing during November, falling by 3°F, from 73°F to 71°F, over the course of the month.

Average Water Temperature in November in Adeje

Average Water Temperature in November in AdejeNov11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303066°F66°F68°F68°F70°F70°F72°F72°F74°F74°F76°F76°FOctDecNov 173°FNov 173°FNov 3071°FNov 3071°FNov 1173°FNov 1173°F

The daily average water temperature (purple line), with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

Definitions of the growing season vary throughout the world, but for the purposes of this report, we define it as the longest continuous period of non-freezing temperatures (≥ 32°F) in the year (the calendar year in the Northern Hemisphere, or from July 1 until June 30 in the Southern Hemisphere).

Temperatures in Adeje are sufficiently warm year round that it is not entirely meaningful to discuss the growing season in these terms. We nevertheless include the chart below as an illustration of the distribution of temperatures experienced throughout the year.

Time Spent in Various Temperature Bands and the Growing Season in November in Adeje

Time Spent in Various Temperature Bands and the Growing Season in November in AdejeNov1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300%100%10%90%20%80%30%70%40%60%50%50%60%40%70%30%80%20%90%10%100%0%OctDec100%Nov 16100%Nov 16coolcomfortablewarm

frigid
15°F
freezing
32°F
very cold
45°F
cold
55°F
cool
65°F
comfortable
75°F
warm
85°F
hot
95°F
sweltering

The percentage of time spent in various temperature bands. The black line is the percentage chance that a given day is within the growing season.

Growing degree days are a measure of yearly heat accumulation used to predict plant and animal development, and defined as the integral of warmth above a base temperature, discarding any excess above a maximum temperature. In this report, we use a base of 50°F and a cap of 86°F.

The average accumulated growing degree days in Adeje are rapidly increasing during November, increasing by 472°F, from 4,993°F to 5,465°F, over the course of the month.

Growing Degree Days in November in Adeje

Growing Degree Days in November in AdejeNov1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930304,600°F4,600°F4,800°F4,800°F5,000°F5,000°F5,200°F5,200°F5,400°F5,400°F5,600°F5,600°F5,800°F5,800°FOctDecNov 14,993°FNov 14,993°FNov 305,465°FNov 305,465°FNov 165,252°FNov 165,252°F

The average growing degree days accumulated over the course of November, with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

This section discusses the total daily incident shortwave solar energy reaching the surface of the ground over a wide area, taking full account of seasonal variations in the length of the day, the elevation of the Sun above the horizon, and absorption by clouds and other atmospheric constituents. Shortwave radiation includes visible light and ultraviolet radiation.

The average daily incident shortwave solar energy in Adeje is gradually decreasing during November, falling by 0.8 kWh, from 4.4 kWh to 3.7 kWh, over the course of the month.

Average Daily Incident Shortwave Solar Energy in November in Adeje

Average Daily Incident Shortwave Solar Energy in November in AdejeNov1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930300 kWh0 kWh2 kWh2 kWh3 kWh3 kWh4 kWh4 kWh5 kWh5 kWh5 kWh5 kWh6 kWh6 kWhOctDecNov 14.4 kWhNov 14.4 kWhNov 303.7 kWhNov 303.7 kWhNov 164.0 kWhNov 164. 0 kWh

The average daily shortwave solar energy reaching the ground per square meter (orange line), with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

For the purposes of this report, the geographical coordinates of Adeje are 28.123 deg latitude, -16.726 deg longitude, and 928 ft elevation.

The topography within 2 miles of Adeje contains extreme variations in elevation, with a maximum elevation change of 3,497 feet and an average elevation above sea level of 1,355 feet. Within 10 miles also contains extreme variations in elevation (9,898 feet). Within 50 miles also contains extreme variations in elevation (12,159 feet).

The area within 2 miles of Adeje is covered by shrubs (57%), cropland (26%), and artificial surfaces (13%), within 10 miles by water (35%) and shrubs (29%), and within 50 miles by water (88%).

This report illustrates the typical weather in Adeje, based on a statistical analysis of historical hourly weather reports and model reconstructions from January 1, 1980 to December 31, 2016.

Temperature and Dew Point

There are 2 weather stations near enough to contribute to our estimation of the temperature and dew point in Adeje.

For each station, the records are corrected for the elevation difference between that station and Adeje according to the International Standard Atmosphere , and by the relative change present in the MERRA-2 satellite-era reanalysis between the two locations.

The estimated value at Adeje is computed as the weighted average of the individual contributions from each station, with weights proportional to the inverse of the distance between Adeje and a given station.

The stations contributing to this reconstruction are:

  • Tenerife South Airport (GCTS, 90%, 11 mi, southeast, -722 ft elevation change)
  • La Palma Airport (GCLA, 10%, 72 mi, northwest, -823 ft elevation change)

GCTS, 90%11 mi, -722 ftGCLA, 10%72 mi, -823 ft

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To get a sense of how much these sources agree with each other, you can view a comparison of Adeje and the stations that contribute to our estimates of its temperature history and climate. Please note that each source’s contribution is adjusted for elevation and the relative change present in the MERRA-2 data.

Other Data

All data relating to the Sun’s position (e.g., sunrise and sunset) are computed using astronomical formulas from the book, Astronomical Algorithms 2nd Edition , by Jean Meeus.

All other weather data, including cloud cover, precipitation, wind speed and direction, and solar flux, come from NASA’s MERRA-2 Modern-Era Retrospective Analysis . This reanalysis combines a variety of wide-area measurements in a state-of-the-art global meteorological model to reconstruct the hourly history of weather throughout the world on a 50-kilometer grid.

Land Use data comes from the Global Land Cover SHARE database , published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

Elevation data comes from the Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) , published by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

Names, locations, and time zones of places and some airports come from the GeoNames Geographical Database .

Time zones for airports and weather stations are provided by AskGeo.com .

Maps are © OpenStreetMap contributors.

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We draw particular cautious attention to our reliance on the MERRA-2 model-based reconstructions for a number of important data series. While having the tremendous advantages of temporal and spatial completeness, these reconstructions: (1) are based on computer models that may have model-based errors, (2) are coarsely sampled on a 50 km grid and are therefore unable to reconstruct the local variations of many microclimates, and (3) have particular difficulty with the weather in some coastal areas, especially small islands.

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Adeje

Provincia de Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

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Costa Adeje, Spain weather in November: average temperature & climate

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General weather summary

Mildly cool with a gentle breeze

Feels like

4%

Daily chance of prec.

0.024 in

Amount

13.2 mph

Wind speed

71%

Humidity

10.8 hrs

Daylight length

7:27am

Sunrise

6:15pm

Sunset

58%

Cloud cover

T-shirt

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What is the average temperature in November

The average temperature in Costa Adeje in November for a typical day ranges from a high of 72°F (22°C) and a low of 68°F (20°C). Some would describe it as mildly cool with a gentle breeze.

For comparison, the hottest month in Costa Adeje, September, has days with highs of 77°F (25°C) and lows of 72°F (22°C). The coldest month, February has days with highs of 66°F (19°C) and lows of 62°F (17°C). This graph shows how an average day looks like in Costa Adeje in November based on historical data.

Highs and lows in Costa Adeje in Nov

How much does it rain in November

In Costa Adeje in November, there’s a 4% chance of rain on an average day. And on the average day it rains or snows, we get 0.01 in (0.1 mm) of precipitation. In more common terms of how much that is, some would describe it as not rainy at all.

The wettest month in Costa Adeje is October with a 5% chance of precipitation on a typical day and gets 0. 04 inches (0.9 mm) of precipitation, while the dryest month in Costa Adeje is July with a 0.0% chance of precipitation on a typical day and gets 0.04 inches (0.9 mm) of precipitation. These graphs show the probability of it raining/snowing in November and the amount of rainfall.

Chance of rain or snow on an average Costa Adeje day by month

Average precipitation by hour of day

How cloudy is Costa Adeje in November

The average amount of time that the sky is clear or sunny (partly cloudy or less) in Costa Adeje during November is 13.8 hours (58% of the day). For comparison, the day with the most clear, sunny days in Costa Adeje is July with 22.0 hours while November has the shortest amount of cloud-free hours of only 13.8 hours. This graph shows the average amount of sunshine in Costa Adeje in November based on historical data.

Monthly clear skies percent of time in Costa Adeje

When is the sunrise and sunset in November

The average day in Costa Adeje during November has 10. 8 hours of daylight, with sunrise at 7:27 am and sunset at 6:15 pm.

The day with the longest amount of daylight in Costa Adeje is June 20th with 13.9 hours while December 20th has the shortest amount of daylight of only 10.3 hours.

This graph shows the average amount of daylight in Costa Adeje in November based on historical data.

Average hours of daylight in Costa Adeje by month

How humid is it in November

In November, Costa Adeje is moderately humid with an average amount of 71% (relative humidity), which could be described as humid but cool. July has the highest relative humidity at 77% and is the least humid in January at 67%. This graph shows the average amount of humidity in Costa Adeje throughout November based on historical data.

Average relative humidity in Costa Adeje by month

How windy is it in November in Costa Adeje

Historically, the wind in Costa Adeje during November blows at an average speed of 13.2 mph (21.2 kph). The windiest month is July with an average wind speed of 18. 1 mph (29.2 kph), while the calmest month is October with an average wind speed of 11.1 mph (17.8 kph). This graph shows the average wind speed in Costa Adeje in November based on historical data.

Average monthly wind speed in Costa Adeje

What to wear in November

With an average high of 72°F (22°C) and a low of 68°F (20°C), it generally feels mildly cool with a gentle breeze. With that in mind, most people would dress in something light like your favorite t-shirt.

What’s the weather like in Costa Adeje the rest of the year?

We’ve collected the weather data for Costa Adeje during all other months of the year too:

  • Weather in Costa Adeje in January
  • Weather in Costa Adeje in February
  • Weather in Costa Adeje in March
  • Weather in Costa Adeje in April
  • Weather in Costa Adeje in May
  • Weather in Costa Adeje in June
  • Weather in Costa Adeje in July
  • Weather in Costa Adeje in August
  • Weather in Costa Adeje in September
  • Weather in Costa Adeje in October
  • Weather in Costa Adeje in December

Where does this data come from?

Weather data for Costa Adeje was collected from the MERRA-2 project from NASA, which used a climate model combined with historical data from weather stations around the world to estimate what the conditions were like for every point on the Earth.

For all data based on historical data, we’ve averaged the data from the past 11 years (2010-2020). For example, for the hourly temperature at 10am, we’ve looked at the temperature at 10am on every day in November (e.g., November 1, November 2, etc. in 2010, 2011, etc.) and took the arithmetic mean. We did not smooth the data, so for example, our daily temperature line will have some randomness due to the fact that weather is random in the first place.

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The Best Time to Visit Costa Adeje, Spain for Weather, Safety, & Tourism

The best times to visit Costa Adeje for ideal weather are

October 15th to June 24th

based on average temperature and humidity from NOAA (the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). Read below for more weather and travel details.

 


Costa Adeje Travel Guide

  • Weather
    • Temperature
      • Perceived Temperature
    • Rain and snow
    • Humidity and wind
  • Safety
  • The busiest and least popular months
  • Overall travel experience by time of year
  • Other Costa Adeje Travel Info

      Weather in Costa Adeje

      Temperature

      Average temperatures in Costa Adeje vary little. Considering humidity, temperatures feel very enjoyable all year with a very low chance of rain or snow throughout the year. The area is more temperate than most — in the 87th percentile for pleasant weather — compared to tourist destinations worldwide. Weeks with ideal weather are listed above. If you’re looking for the very warmest time to visit Costa Adeje, the hottest months are August, September, and then July. See average monthly temperatures below. The warmest time of year is generally early August where highs are regularly around 85°F (29. 4°C) with temperatures rarely dropping below 70.5°F (21.4°C) at night.

      Costa Adeje Temperatures (Fahrenheit)
      Key

      High

      Average

      Low

      Costa Adeje Temperatures (Celsius)
      Key

      High

      Average

      Low

      “Feels-Like” Temperatures

      The way we experience weather isn’t all about temperature. Higher temperatures affect us much more at higher humidity, and colder temperatures feel piercing with high winds. Our perceived temperatures factor in humidity and wind chill to better represent how hot or cold the day feels to a person.

      Costa Adeje Perceived Temperature (F)
      Key

      High

      Average

      Low

      Costa Adeje Perceived Temperature (C)
      Key

      High

      Average

      Low

       

      Average Costa Adeje Temperatures by Month

      Daily highs (averaged for the month) usually give the best indication of the weather. A significantly lower mean and low generally just means it gets colder at night.

      Show Fahrenheit

      Month Avg. High (°F) Avg. Mean (°F) Avg. Low (°F)
      Jan 71.8 65.2 59.1
      Feb 70.9 64.2 58.2
      Mar 73 65.7 59.3
      Apr 74.2 67.2 60.8
      May 76.5 69.6 63
      Jun 78.6 72.1 65.7
      Jul 83.1 75.4 68.6
      Aug 84.2 76.8 70.4
      Sep 81.9 75.5 69.6
      Oct 80.8 74.1 67.8
      Nov 77 70.4 64.5
      Dec 73.8 67.3 61.8

      Show Celsius

      Month Avg. High (°C) Avg. Mean (°C) Avg. Low (°C)
      Jan 22.1 18.4 15.1
      Feb 21.6 17.9 14.6
      Mar 22.8 18.7 15.2
      Apr 23.4 19.6 16
      May 24.7 20.9 17.2
      Jun 25.9 22.3 18.7
      Jul 28.4 24.1 20.3
      Aug 29 24.9 21.3
      Sep 27.7 24.2 20.9
      Oct 27.1 23.4 19.9
      Nov 25 21.3 18.1
      Dec 23.2 19.6 16.6

       

       

      Precipitation (Rain or Snow)

      If dry weather is what you’re after, the months with the lowest chance of significant precipitation in Costa Adeje are May, June, and then July. Note that we define “significant precipitation” as .1 inches or more in this section. The lowest chance of rain or snow occurs around early January. For example, on the week of January 1st there are no days of precipitation on average. By contrast, it’s most likely to rain or snow in mid December with an average of 1 days of significant precipitation the week of December 17th.

      When can you find snow in Costa Adeje? Weather stations report no annual snow. Please note that a value of 0 for snow in the graph below may either mean there was no snow, or that snow is unreported.

      Chance of Precipitation

      The graph below shows the % chance of rainy and snowy days in Costa Adeje.

      Key

      Days with precipitation

      Snow on the Ground

      The graph below shows the average snow on the ground in Costa Adeje (in).

      Key

      Snow depth

      Average Rain and Snow by Month

      Show Inches

      Month Daily Chance of Rain Average Snow Depth (in) Total Precipitation (in)
      Jan 3% 0 0. 6
      Feb 5% 0 0.7
      Mar 1% 0 0.2
      Apr 3% 0 0.3
      May 0% 0 0
      Jun 0% 0 0
      Jul 0% 0 0
      Aug 0% 0 0
      Sep 0% 0 0.1
      Oct 5% 0 0.5
      Nov 4% 0 0.5
      Dec 8% 0 1.6

      Show Centimeters

      Month Daily Chance of Rain Average Snow Depth (cm) Total Precipitation (cm)
      Jan 3 0 1.5
      Feb 5 0 1.8
      Mar 1 0 0.5
      Apr 3 0 0. 8
      May 0 0 0
      Jun 0 0 0
      Jul 0 0 0
      Aug 0 0 0
      Sep 0 0 0.3
      Oct 5 0 1.3
      Nov 4 0 1.3
      Dec 8 0 4.1

       

      Humidity and Wind

      Costa Adeje has some slightly muggy months, with moderately humid months on the other side of the year. The least humid month is January (49.3% relative humidity), and the most humid month is September (61.4%).

      Wind in Costa Adeje is usually moderate. The windiest month is August, followed by July and December. August’s average wind speed of around 12.4 knots (14.2 MPH or 22.9 KPH) is considered “a moderate breeze.” Maximum sustained winds (the highest speed for the day lasting more than a few moments) are at their highest in early August where average top sustained speeds reach 22. 6 knots, which is considered a strong breeze.

      Relative Humidity (%)

      The graph below shows the average % humidity by month in Costa Adeje.

      Key

      Avg. Relative Humidity

      Wind

      The graph below shows wind speed (max and average) in knots.

      Key

      Max Sustained Wind

      Average Daily Wind

      Average Wind Speeds

      Show Wind Speeds

      All wind speeds are in knots. 1 knot = 1.15 MPH or 1.85 KPH.

      Month Avg. Wind Avg. Wind Feel Sustained High Wind High Wind Feel
      Jan 10.3 Gentle breeze 17.3 Strong breeze
      Feb 10.5 Gentle breeze 17.9 Strong breeze
      Mar 10.7 Gentle breeze 18.9 Strong breeze
      Apr 10.3 Gentle breeze 18. 2 Strong breeze
      May 9.6 Gentle breeze 17.5 Strong breeze
      Jun 9.5 Gentle breeze 17.6 Strong breeze
      Jul 11.5 Significant breeze 21.1 Strong breeze
      Aug 12.4 Significant breeze 21.8 Strong breeze
      Sep 8.9 Gentle breeze 16.2 Strong breeze
      Oct 8.4 Gentle breeze 15.8 Significant breeze
      Nov 9.9 Gentle breeze 17.4 Strong breeze
      Dec 10.8 Gentle breeze 17.6 Strong breeze

      Show Relative Humidity by Month

      Month Avg. Relative Humidity
      Jan 49.3%
      Feb 54. 8%
      Mar 55.1%
      Apr 54.8%
      May 55.2%
      Jun 58.8%
      Jul 56.1%
      Aug 56.1%
      Sep 61.4%
      Oct 58.4%
      Nov 53.3%
      Dec 51.9%

       

      Is it Safe to Travel to Costa Adeje?

      Our best data indicates this area is generally safe. As of Oct 07, 2019 there are no travel advisories or warnings for Spain; exercise normal security precautions. Check this page for any recent changes or regions to avoid: Travel Advice and Advisories. This advisory was last updated on Oct 04, 2019.

       

      The Busiest and Least Crowded Months

      The busiest month for tourism in Costa Adeje, Spain is January, followed by February and October. Prices for hotels and flights will be most expensive during these months, though you can save if you purchase well in advance. Tourists are unlikely to visit Costa Adeje in November. Those willing to visit at these times will likely find it the least expensive month.

      Estimated Tourism by Month

       

      Most Popular Months to Visit
      Key

      Tourists Seeking Accommodations

      Tourism graph is based on Google searches for services used by tourists relative to the rest of the year. Tourism data for this area is extrapolated based on nearby areas. Displayed data is calculated relative to the peak, so a score of 50.4 in November means 50.4% of the tourists vs. January.

       

       

      Overall Costa Adeje Travel Experience by Season

      Spring (March through May)

      Humidity and temperatures combine to make this season feel warm. Highs range from 79.3°F (26.3°C) and 71.5°F (21.9°C) with warmer temperatures in the later months. Rain is extremely rare with 0 to 1 days of significant precipitation per month. Spring is the slowest for tourism, which makes it a good time for those looking for deals.

      Summer (June through August)

      The middle-year months have very comfortable weather with high temperatures that are comfortable. These months see the least precipitation with about 0 days of precipitation per month. June – August is the second busiest season for tourism in Costa Adeje, so lodging and other accommodations may cost slightly more.

      Fall (September through November)

      Fall daily highs range from 82.1°F (27.8°C) and 74.8°F (23.8°C), which will feel very nice given the humidity and wind. It rains or snows a barely noticeable amount: 0 to 1 days per month. Tourism is fairly slow during these months due to the weather, so hotels may be lower priced.

      Winter (December through February)

      Weather is perfect this time of year in Costa Adeje to be enjoyable for warm weather travelers. The average high during this season is between 74.2°F (23.4°C) and 70.6°F (21.4°C). On average, it rains or snows a smalll amount: 1 to 2 times per month. These times of year are the busiest with tourists.

       

      Best Times to Travel› Spain › Costa Adeje, Spain

       

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      Weather Adeje in July 2023: Temperature & Climate


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      • >>Overview: Adeje Weather and Climate in July
      • >>Adeje weather by month // weather averages
      • >>Adeje weather in July // weather averages
      • >>Current temperature and weather forecast for Adeje





      Adeje weather by month // weather averages

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        Avg. Temperature °C (°F) Min. Temperature °C (°F) Max. Temperature °C (°F) Precipitation / Rainfall mm (in) Humidity (%) Rainy days (d) avg. Sun hours (hours)
      January

      15.2

      (59.4)

      13.2

      (55.8)

      17.5

      (63.4)

      27

      (1.1)

      74&percnt; 4 8.0
      February

      15.1

      (59.1)

      13.1

      (55.5)

      17.4

      (63.3)

      31

      (1.2)

      73&percnt; 4 9.0
      March

      16.1

      (61)

      13.8

      (56.8)

      18.7

      (65.6)

      30

      (1.2)

      70&percnt; 4 10.0
      April

      16.6

      (61.9)

      14.3

      (57.7)

      19.2

      (66. 5)

      24

      (0.9)

      71&percnt; 5 10.0
      May

      18

      (64.4)

      15.5

      (59.9)

      20.6

      (69.2)

      16

      (0.6)

      70&percnt; 4 11.0
      June

      19.9

      (67.8)

      17.2

      (63)

      22.7

      (72.9)

      10

      (0.4)

      70&percnt; 2 11.0
      July

      22.2

      (72)

      19.5

      (67.1)

      25.5

      (77.8)

      2

      (0.1)

      63&percnt; 1 12.0
      August

      23.1

      (73.5)

      20.4

      (68.7)

      26.2

      (79.2)

      4

      (0.2)

      65&percnt; 1 11.0
      September

      21.7

      (71)

      19. 4

      (66.8)

      24.4

      (75.9)

      18

      (0.7)

      75&percnt; 4 10.0
      October

      20.5

      (68.8)

      18.3

      (65)

      22.8

      (73)

      34

      (1.3)

      77&percnt; 7 9.0
      November

      18.1

      (64.6)

      16.2

      (61.2)

      20.2

      (68.4)

      31

      (1.2)

      76&percnt; 6 8.0
      December

      16.4

      (61.6)

      14.5

      (58.1)

      18.6

      (65.4)

      46

      (1.8)

      75&percnt; 6 8.0
        January February March April May June July August September October November December
      Avg. Temperature °C (°F)

      15.2 °C

      (59.4) °F

      15.1 °C

      (59.1) °F

      16.1 °C

      (61) °F

      16.6 °C

      (61.9) °F

      18 °C

      (64.4) °F

      19.9 °C

      (67.8) °F

      22.2 °C

      (72) °F

      23.1 °C

      (73.5) °F

      21.7 °C

      (71) °F

      20.5 °C

      (68.8) °F

      18.1 °C

      (64.6) °F

      16.4 °C

      (61.6) °F

      Min. Temperature °C (°F)

      13.2 °C

      (55.8) °F

      13.1 °C

      (55.5) °F

      13.8 °C

      (56.8) °F

      14.3 °C

      (57.7) °F

      15.5 °C

      (59.9) °F

      17.2 °C

      (63) °F

      19.5 °C

      (67.1) °F

      20.4 °C

      (68.7) °F

      19.4 °C

      (66.8) °F

      18.3 °C

      (65) °F

      16. 2 °C

      (61.2) °F

      14.5 °C

      (58.1) °F

      Max. Temperature °C (°F)

      17.5 °C

      (63.4) °F

      17.4 °C

      (63.3) °F

      18.7 °C

      (65.6) °F

      19.2 °C

      (66.5) °F

      20.6 °C

      (69.2) °F

      22.7 °C

      (72.9) °F

      25.5 °C

      (77.8) °F

      26.2 °C

      (79.2) °F

      24.4 °C

      (75.9) °F

      22.8 °C

      (73) °F

      20.2 °C

      (68.4) °F

      18.6 °C

      (65.4) °F

      Precipitation / Rainfall mm (in)

      27

      (1)

      31

      (1)

      30

      (1)

      24

      (0)

      16

      (0)

      10

      (0)

      2

      (0)

      4

      (0)

      18

      (0)

      34

      (1)

      31

      (1)

      46

      (1)

      Humidity(%) 74&percnt; 73&percnt; 70&percnt; 71&percnt; 70&percnt; 70&percnt; 63&percnt; 65&percnt; 75&percnt; 77&percnt; 76&percnt; 75&percnt;
      Rainy days (d) 5 4 4 5 4 2 0 1 4 7 6 6
      avg. Sun hours (hours) 8.3 8.7 9.5 10.0 10.6 11.3 12.1 11.4 9.9 8.9 8.1 8.2

      Data: 1991 – 2021 Min. Temperature °C (°F), Max. Temperature °C (°F), Precipitation / Rainfall mm (in), Humidity, Rainy days.
      Data: 1999 – 2019: avg. Sun hours

      Adeje weather and climate for further months

      Adeje in January

      Adeje in February

      Adeje in March

      Adeje in April

      Adeje in May

      Adeje in June

      Adeje in August

      Adeje in September

      Adeje in October

      Adeje in November

      Adeje in December


      Adeje weather in July // weather averages

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      Temperature (°C) | (°F) Temperature max. (°C) | (°F) Temperature min. (°C) | (°F) Water Temperature (°C) | (°F) Precipitation / Rainfall (mm) | (inch. )
      1. July 21 °C | 70 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 19 °C | 65 °F 21 °C | 69 °F 0.6 mm | 0.0 inch.
      2. July 21 °C | 70 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 19 °C | 66 °F 21 °C | 69 °F 0.9 mm | 0.0 inch.
      3. July 21 °C | 70 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 19 °C | 65 °F 21 °C | 69 °F 0.9 mm | 0.0 inch.
      4. July 21 °C | 70 °F 24 °C | 75 °F 18 °C | 65 °F 21 °C | 69 °F 1.3 mm | 0.1 inch.
      5. July 21 °C | 70 °F 24 °C | 75 °F 18 °C | 65 °F 21 °C | 69 °F 1.4 mm | 0.1 inch.
      6. July 21 °C | 70 °F 24 °C | 75 °F 18 °C | 65 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 0.3 mm | 0.0 inch.
      7. July 21 °C | 70 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 19 °C | 66 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 1. 0 mm | 0.0 inch.
      8. July 21 °C | 70 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 19 °C | 66 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 1.9 mm | 0.1 inch.
      9. July 21 °C | 71 °F 25 °C | 76 °F 19 °C | 66 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 2.1 mm | 0.1 inch.
      10. July 22 °C | 71 °F 25 °C | 77 °F 19 °C | 66 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 0.8 mm | 0.0 inch.
      11. July 22 °C | 71 °F 25 °C | 77 °F 19 °C | 66 °F 21 °C | 69 °F 0.6 mm | 0.0 inch.
      12. July 22 °C | 72 °F 25 °C | 78 °F 19 °C | 67 °F 21 °C | 69 °F 1.0 mm | 0.0 inch.
      13. July 22 °C | 72 °F 25 °C | 77 °F 19 °C | 67 °F 21 °C | 69 °F 2.6 mm | 0.1 inch.
      14. July 22 °C | 71 °F 25 °C | 77 °F 19 °C | 66 °F 21 °C | 69 °F 0. 9 mm | 0.0 inch.
      15. July 22 °C | 72 °F 25 °C | 78 °F 19 °C | 67 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 0.7 mm | 0.0 inch.
      16. July 22 °C | 72 °F 26 °C | 78 °F 20 °C | 67 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 2.8 mm | 0.1 inch.
      17. July 23 °C | 73 °F 26 °C | 79 °F 20 °C | 68 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 1.9 mm | 0.1 inch.
      18. July 23 °C | 73 °F 26 °C | 79 °F 20 °C | 68 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 2.0 mm | 0.1 inch.
      19. July 23 °C | 73 °F 26 °C | 79 °F 20 °C | 68 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 1.0 mm | 0.0 inch.
      20. July 23 °C | 73 °F 26 °C | 79 °F 20 °C | 68 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 2.3 mm | 0.1 inch.
      21. July 22 °C | 72 °F 26 °C | 78 °F 20 °C | 67 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 2. 2 mm | 0.1 inch.
      22. July 22 °C | 72 °F 26 °C | 78 °F 20 °C | 67 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 3.4 mm | 0.1 inch.
      23. July 23 °C | 73 °F 26 °C | 79 °F 20 °C | 68 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 2.1 mm | 0.1 inch.
      24. July 23 °C | 73 °F 26 °C | 79 °F 20 °C | 68 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 2.8 mm | 0.1 inch.
      25. July 23 °C | 73 °F 26 °C | 79 °F 20 °C | 68 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 3.0 mm | 0.1 inch.
      26. July 23 °C | 73 °F 26 °C | 79 °F 20 °C | 68 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 2.9 mm | 0.1 inch.
      27. July 23 °C | 73 °F 26 °C | 79 °F 20 °C | 68 °F 21 °C | 70 °F 2.8 mm | 0.1 inch.
      28. July 23 °C | 74 °F 27 °C | 80 °F 20 °C | 69 °F 21 °C | 71 °F 3. 4 mm | 0.1 inch.
      29. July 24 °C | 74 °F 27 °C | 80 °F 21 °C | 69 °F 21 °C | 71 °F 2.5 mm | 0.1 inch.
      30. July 24 °C | 74 °F 27 °C | 80 °F 21 °C | 69 °F 21 °C | 71 °F 3.5 mm | 0.1 inch.
      31. July 23 °C | 73 °F 26 °C | 79 °F 20 °C | 68 °F 21 °C | 71 °F 9.7 mm | 0.4 inch.

      Data: 1999 – 2019


      Weather in Costa Adeje 2020, Winter & Yearly Climate

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      The weather in Costa Adeje is among the best to be had in Tenerife. Adeje’s southwestern location yields some of the warmest temperatures on the island. This resort has the best yearly weather in Tenerife thanks to it’s super location. The summers here are hot with the winters mild.

      The volcano Mount Teide lies in the path of any colder northern winds and weather fronts. The highest point of Spain protects some of the top resorts in Tenerife. Playa de las Américas, Los Cristianos and Costa Adeje are some of those resorts.

      This page is broken up into four sections about the weather. You can use the orange links to move to the yearly weather section or the January, February and March sections.

      Yearly Weather

      January Weather

      February Weather

      March Weather

      Weather in Costa Adeje, Tenerife

      The average yearly temperature on the Costa Adeje is a warm 19 Celsius. The coldest months are January and February when the temperature falls to 18 Celsius. The temperature begins to increase in the spring months of March and April.

      The weather in Costa Adeje is at it’s hottest during the months of August and September. The average temperature will climb to a yearly high of 24 Celsius. During October in Tenerife the temperature begins to decrease again. Each month will see a small reduction in temperature until January.

      Rainfall in Costa Adeje

      November sees a big increase in the amount of rainfall. In December this rain increases again to it’s highest yearly level. The next 3 months also see quite a bit of rainfall but less than the previous 2 months. From January to March, the amount of rainfall is very similar. Each month will see around 8 days of rain on average.

      April, May and June see a gradual decrease in the amount of rain before rising again in July. The months of July and August do not see much rain, there will likely be 2 days at the most. September will see a sharp increase in the number of rainy days. From October until December there will be further large increases in rainfall.

      Sea Temperature

      The sea temperature in Costa Adeje remains warm for most of the year. The average yearly temperature of the sea is a pleasant 21 Celsius. February and March are the coldest months when the sea will drop to 19 Celsius. January, April and May are a touch warmer at 20 Celsius.

      The sea temperature increases to 21 Celsius for June and July. August, September and October are when the sea is at it’s hottest. You can expect a warm sea temperature of 23 Celsius during these months. November sees the temperature dropping again to 22 Celsius. A further drop in December and January will yield a temperature of 21 Celsius. You can check here for the current sea temperature.

      Hours of Sunshine

      Both December and January have 6 hours sunshine on average per day. These months share the fewest hours of sun. February, April and March all the 8 hours of sunshine. There is an increase to 9 hours during May.

      June, July and August all see 10 hours of sunshine. These months enjoy more sunshine than any other. The hours of sun drop to 7 for September, October and November

      Adeje Yearly Climate Stats

      • The average daily temperature is 20 Celsius
      • January and February are always the coldest months with a temperature of 18 Celsius
      • August and September are the hottest months with a temperature of 24 Celsius
      • Average yearly sea temperature is 21 Celsius
      • The sea is at it’s coldest in February and March. 19 Celsius is the average during these months
      • The sea is at it’s hottest in August, September and October
      • 23 Celsius is the high temperature during these months

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      Monthly Temperature

      The graph below shows the average monthly temperature in Costa Adeje. Please click image for full size

      January

      The weather in Costa Adeje in January is at it’s coldest at the start of the year. This part of Tenerife tends to see the warmest temperatures thanks to it’s location. Hidden behind Teide and other mountains, this area enjoys the best weather on the island.

      January sees a small decrease in temperature from December and less rainfall. This resort especially will get much busier now as the winter holiday season begins.

      Adeje Weather in January

      The climate of Tenerife in January sees the warmest temperatures as the month begins. The average outside temperature is now 18 Celsius. January enjoys a high temperature of 21 C with a low that falls to 15 Celsius. The coldest temperatures tend to be at the end of January.

      Rain

      There is a big drop in the amount of precipitation and the number of rainy days for January. November and December are the wettest months here. There is hardly any difference in the amount of rainfall for the first three months of the year. On average, January will see 7 – 8 rainy days on average during this month.

      Sea Temperature in January

      The temperature of the sea in Costa Adeje during January decreases to 20 Celsius. Only February and March see a lower temperature of 19 Celsius. You can check here for current and future sea temperature in Costa Adeje. The conditions for swimming are excellent all year round here. On warm days you can expect to see plenty of swimmers. The magnificent beaches here will still see a decent level of occupancy.

      Climate Highlights

      January enjoys an average daily temperature of 18 Celsius.

      This monthly high temperature is o 21 Celsius with a low of 15 C.

      The sea temperature now take a drop to 20 Celsius.

      January sees less rain than the end of the year. It usually rains for 7 – 8 days during this month.

      There are 6 hours of daily sunshine per day, a year low January shares with December.

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      Hours of Sun in January

      January and December share the fewest yearly hours of sunshine. You should expect to take in 6 hours of sun each day now. February sees an increase in sunny hours per day. These hours peak in the height of summer at 11 hours per day.

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      May

      February

      The weather in Costa Adeje in February is very similar to that of January in many ways. This month sees some small increases and decreases in temperatures. February and January are the coldest months here every year.

      Although this is cold month, the average temperature is still 18 Celsius. February sees a daily high of 21 Celsius on average, the low here is 16 Celsius. This is a touch warmer than January, especially at the end of the month.

      Adeje Weather in February

      The weather in Tenerife in February is always colder at the beginning of this month. Closer to March and spring there is generally an improvement in the temperature. February is one of the busiest times to visit this popular resort on Tenerife island.

      Sea Temperature

      The temperature of the sea during February will now fall to it’s year low of 18 Celsius. February and March are when the sea reaches it’s lowest temperature here. The first week of February will be a touch warmer at 19 Celsius. You can check here for more sea temperature information in Costa Adeje.. This useful website breaks down the sea temperature into days of the month.

      Rainfall

      February usually sees around the same amount of rain as January. It may be a touch less depending on the time of month you visit. This month has 7 rainy days which is the typical average. It’s possible that much of the rain will fall earlier in the month when it’s colder. There is still plenty of dry days to enjoy with the excellent climate here.

      Climate Summary

      The average daytime temperature during February is 18 Celsius. This is the same as January which also sees the year low outside temperature.

      February sees a daily high of 21 Celsius with the low falling to 16 Celsius.

      The typical days of rain will usually total 7 throughout this month.

      The sea temperature will now drop to it’s year low of 18 Celsius. February and March experience the lowest sea temperatures here.

      February sees an increase of 2 hours of sunshine from January. There will now be 8 daily hours of sun on average.

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      Hours of Sunshine

      The hours of sunshine in Costa Adeje during February increases to 8 hours per day. This is an improvement of 2 hours from January and December and the year low. Sunny hours will remain at 8 hours for the next three months. There is another increase to 9 hours in May.

      The weather in Costa Adeje in March improves after the previous coldest months. The 20th of this month will mark the end of winter and the start of spring.

      Springtime is popular for paying a visit to Tenerife and March is no exception. March and April across Tenerife tend to be busy here for tourism. The average outside temperature now increases to 19 Celsius. If you are visiting during March then you will enjoy a high of 22 Celsius and a low of 16 Celsius.

      Adeje in March Weather

      The weather in Costa Adeje in March is always better at the end of the month. As soon as winter ends, the temperatures only increase until the height of summer. This is generally the case for Tenerife’s climate in March across the island as a whole. At the start of the month, the conditions are like January and February.

      Upon our last visit here in 2016, every day was around 20 Celsius with a few days warmer. The weather conditions were overcast but warm for most days. During the day was T-Shirt weather but the temperature falls at night. You will need a jacket or something to wear if you are going out in the evenings.

      Rainy Days in March

      March tends to see about the same amount of rainfall as January and February. There is very little difference, the odd rainy day less or more is typical. March will usually get 7 -8 days of rain with precipitation levels on a par with February. There is far less rainfall here closer to April. This will be the last month with any significant rainfall until autumn.

      Sea Temperature in March

      The temperature of the sea in March remains at 18 Celsius at the start of the month. This is the coldest yearly level March shares with February and January. Around the 10th of the month, the temperature then increases to 19 Celsius. April, June and July all see further increases in the sea temperature in Costa Adeje. July and August are when the sea is at it’s warmest temperature of 23 Celsius.

      March Stats

      The typical outside temperature in March is 19 Celsius. This month has a daily high of 22 Celsius and a low of 16 Celsius.

      March sees 7 – 8 rainy days during the month. The precipitation levels are almost identical to January and February.

      The sea temperature begins the month at it’s coldest yearly level of 18 Celsius. This then increases in the second week of March to 19 Celsius.

      March has 8 hours of sunshine on average, the same as January and February. The hours of daylight start to increase in spring.

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      Hours of Sunshine

      The hours of sunshine in March remain at 8 hours. This is the same for the previous two months, May will see another increase to 9 hours. Daylight hours will begin to increase when spring arrives. June, July and August see the hours of sun peak at 10 hours per day.

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      Weather in Costa Adeje in November 2022, water temperatures in Costa Adeje

      Check the weather for November before planning your holiday in Costa Adeje.
      Average weather data includes daytime highs and nighttime lows in temperature, rainfall, hours of sunshine, and water temperature data.

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      Average temperature: 22 ° C
      Average temperature during the day: 23 ° C
      Average temperature at night: 20 ° C
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      Rainfall in mm: 13 mm
      Number of rainy days in a month: 12
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      Light rain – up to 2.5 mm per hour, moderate rain – up to 8 mm per hour, heavy rain – more than 8 mm per hour, heavy rain from 30 mm.

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      The maximum daytime temperature in Costa Adeje is 26.6250 °C, the minimum nighttime temperature is 17.5000 °C. The amount of precipitation in November is usually not more than 13 mm, and the number of hours of sunshine is not less than 6.

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      16 ° C

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      Weather on Costa Adeje in November 2022-2021 🌊 and water temperature at “365 Celsius”

      According to our rating system, which is confirmed by the reviews of tourists who have visited Spain, the weather is excellent on Costa Adeje in November, this month’s rating is 4. 7 out of five.

      Temperature in Costa Adeje in November

      Average temperature during the day: +24.2°C
      Average temperature at night: +20.8°C
      Sea water temperature: +23.2°C
      Number of sunny days: 25 days
      Rainy days:
      Rainfall:
      0 days
      17.0 mm

      Comparison of weather by months in Costa Adeje
      Water temperature in Spain in November

      Should I go on vacation in November?

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      7

      The climate in November is good and tourists come to have a rest. According to our data, the weather in Costa Adeje in November and the water temperature is excellent. At this time, the warm sea has an average temperature of +23.2°C. There is practically no rain, about 0 days per month, 17.0 mm of precipitation falls. Sunny weather lasts at least 25 days. According to the reviews of tourists who have visited Spain, it is worth going on vacation to Costa Adeje in November.

        Please note:

      • Weather on Costa Adeje in December:
        rating 4.3 (out of 5),
        air +21.8°C , sea: +21.0°C,
        rain 0 days
      • Weather on Costa Adeje in October:
        rating 4.9(out of 5),
        air +27. 8°C , sea: +24.2°C,
        rain 0 days

      

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      Air temperature

      Average statistics for 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021: the maximum air temperature reaches +27. 7°C, the minimum recorded values ​​are +21.2°C. At night, the temperature on Costa Adeje in November drops to +23.9°C…+17.9°C. On average, the difference between day and night is 3.6°C. What is the weather forecast for Costa Adeje at the end of November and the beginning of the month indicated on the chart, in Spain almost everywhere the situation is similar.

      

      Water temperature in Costa Adeje in November

      Weather forecast and sea water temperature in Costa Adeje in November ranges from +22.4°C to +24.0°C. At its lows, it can be considered comfortable for swimming adults and children. In the previous month, the sea is colder by about 2.2°C. The next month the water is 1°C warmer. In November, according to tourist reviews on Costa Adeje, the climate is well suited for relaxation due to the comfortable sea water temperature almost anywhere in Spain.

      

      Rating, rainy days and precipitation in November and other months.

      The rating in a period of five months fluctuates from 4.0 to 4.9 points. The number of rainy days in November is 0, and it ranks 3rd in this indicator for the year. Precipitation is 17.0 mm, this is the 2nd place among all months. At the same time, in the previous period, 4.4 mm more rains, in the next month, 6.5 mm less. The weather on Costa Adeje in November in the first and second half of the month is shown in the summary table for 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 years.

      Wind speed

      The average speed in November is 4.7 m/s with maximum wind gusts up to 6.5 m/s.

      Climate summary

      Day Day air temperature Water temperature
      1 +26. 8°C +23.7°C
      2 +27.7°C +23.7°C
      3 +27.7°C +23.3°C
      4 +26. 7°C +23.7°C
      5 +26.1°C +23.9°C
      6 +25.7°C +23.6°C
      7 +25. 4°C +23.5°C
      8 +25.7°C +23.6°C
      9 +24.9°C +24.0°C
      10 +26. 1°C +23.9°C
      11 +25.2°C +23.7°C
      12 +26.7°C +23.1°C
      13 +25. 2°C +23.2°C
      14 +26.2°C +23.5°C
      15 +25.8°C +23.6°C
      16 +26. 2°C +23.2°C
      17 +25.3°C +23.1°C
      18 +26.2°C +23.2°C
      19 +22. 8°C +23.4°C
      20 +23.1°C +22.8°C
      21 +21.2°C +23.1°C
      22 +23. 9°C +22.7°C
      23 +22.8°C +23.1°C
      24 +23.3°C +23.0°C
      25 +23. 4°C +22.5°C
      26 +25.2°C +22.5°C
      27 +23.7°C +22.8°C
      28 +23. 3°C +22.4°C
      29 +22.1°C +22.8°C
      30 +23.3°C +22.5°C

      Weather now

      Costa Adeje

      +23°

      Feeling: +25°C

      SZ 2m/s

      Precipitation: 0%

      Forecast 10 days / 14 days

        Pay attention to other cities:

      • Corralejo November weather
      • Costa Blanca November weather

      Weather in Adeje in November 2022-2021 🌊 and water temperature at “365 Celsius”

      According to our rating system, which is confirmed by the reviews of tourists who have visited Spain, the weather is excellent in Adeje in November, this month’s rating is 4. 7 out of five.

      Temperature in Adeje in November

      Average temperature during the day: +22.5°C
      Average temperature at night: +19.8°C
      Sea water temperature: +23.2°C
      Number of sunny days: 26 days
      Rainy days:
      Rainfall:
      2 days
      20.5 mm

      Monthly weather comparison in Adeje
      Water temperature in Spain in November

      Should I go on vacation in November?

      4
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      7

      The climate in November is good and tourists come to have a rest. According to our data, the weather in Adeje in November and the water temperature is excellent. At this time, the warm sea has an average temperature of +23.2°C. There is practically no rain, about 2 days per month, 20.5 mm of precipitation falls. Sunny weather lasts at least 26 days. According to the reviews of tourists who have visited Spain, it is worth going on vacation to Adeje in November.

        Please note:

      • Weather in Adeje in December:
        rating 4.3 (out of 5),
        air +20.8°C , sea: +21.0°C,
        rain 0 days
      • Weather in Adeje in October:
        rating 4.9 (out of 5),
        air +27. 5°C , sea: +24.2°C,
        rain 0 days

      

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      Water temperature in Adeje in November

      Weather forecast and sea water temperature in Adeje in November ranges from +22. 2°C to +24.0°C. At its lows, it can be considered comfortable for swimming adults and children. In the previous month, the sea is colder by about 2.2°C. The next month the water is 1°C warmer. In November, according to tourists in Adeje, the climate is well suited for relaxation due to the comfortable temperature of the water in the sea almost anywhere in Spain.

      

      Rating, rainy days and precipitation in November and other months.

      The rating in a period of five months fluctuates from 4.0 to 4.9 points. The number of rainy days in November is 2, and it ranks 1st for this indicator for the year. Precipitation is 20.5 mm, this is the 2nd place among all months. At the same time, in the previous period, 7 mm more rains, in the next month, 7.1 mm less. The weather in Adeje in November in the first and second half of the month is shown in the summary table for 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021 years.

      Wind speed

      The average speed in November is 4. 7 m/s with maximum wind gusts up to 6.5 m/s.

      Climate summary

      Day Day air temperature Water temperature
      1 +25.9°C +23.7°C
      2 +25.6°C +24. 0°C
      3 +25.8°C +23.6°C
      4 +25.2°C +23.4°C
      5 +25. 6°C +23.6°C
      6 +23.9°C +23.6°C
      7 +24.4°C +23.7°C
      8 +24. 7°C +23.7°C
      9 +24.2°C +23.6°C
      10 +24.4°C +23.5°C
      11 +24. 4°C +23.6°C
      12 +23.9°C +23.6°C
      13 +24.1°C +23.4°C
      14 +24. 1°C +23.5°C
      15 +25.1°C +23.7°C
      16 +24.6°C +23.4°C
      17 +24. 9°C +23.4°C
      18 +24.9°C +23.5°C
      19 +21.8°C +22.9°C
      20 +21. 3°C +23.1°C
      21 +19.1°C +23.1°C
      22 +22.6°C +22.8°C
      23 +21. 8°C +23.0°C
      24 +22.6°C +23.0°C
      25 +22.9°C +22.6°C
      26 +22. 9°C +22.6°C
      27 +23.4°C +22.5°C
      28 +23.2°C +22.4°C
      29 +20. 7°C +22.4°C
      30 +21.4°C +22.2°C

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        Pay attention to other cities:

      • Aguilas weather November
      • Alicante weather November

      Weather in Costa Adeje in November.

      Sea water temperature in november. Weather by months.

      Sea weather / Spain / Costa Adeje weather / Weather in NOVEMBER

      October November December
      Daytime average temperature +26°C +23°C +22°C
      Average temperature at night +22°C +20°C +19°C
      Sea water temperature +24°C +23°C +21°C
      Number of sunny days 26 days 24 days 25 days
      Daylength 11.1 – 11.9 hours 10.5 – 11.1 hours 10.4 – 10.5 hours
      Number of rainy days 1 day 1 day 1 day
      Rainfall 15. 5 mm 12.2 mm 11.0 mm
      Average wind speed 3.3 m / s 4.1 m / s 4.6 m / s

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      Air temperature in Costa Adeje in November

      The graph below provides detailed information about the daytime and nighttime temperatures in Costa Adeje in November.
      Select the year you are interested in to see daily November temperatures for that year.

      The average air temperature in November over the past 5 years is 23. 4°C during the day and 20.3°C at night.
      To get data on the air temperature in Costa Adeje for other months, go to the “Weather by months” section.

      Data for:

      2021

      2020

      2019

      2018

      Sea temperature in Costa Adeje in November

      The graph below provides detailed information about sea water temperature in Costa Adeje in November.
      Select the year you are interested in to see daily November temperatures for that year.

      The average sea surface temperature in November for Costa Adeje is 22.6°C for the last 5 years.
      To get water temperature data for other months, go to the “Weather by months” section.

      Data for:

      2021

      2020

      2019

      2018

      Sunny days in Costa Adeje in November

      The graph below shows the number of sunny, cloudy and overcast days you can expect in Costa Adeje in November.
      The forecast is based on information about the weather in this resort, collected over the past five years.
      However, such a forecast cannot be accurate and should only serve as a rough guide.

      Rainy days in Costa Adeje in November

      The graph below shows the probability of precipitation of varying strengths on Costa Adeje in November.
      The forecast is based on rainfall information for this resort collected over the past five years.
      However, such a forecast cannot be accurate and should only serve as a rough guide.

      Windy days on Costa Adeje in November

      The chart below shows information on how strong the wind can be in Costa Adeje in November.
      The forecast is based on information about the strength of the wind at this resort, collected over the past five years.
      However, such a forecast cannot be accurate and should only serve as a rough guide.
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      April +20 ° C +22 ° C
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      July
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      Weather in Costa Adeje in November 2022

      What is the air temperature, is there a chance of rain and is it possible to swim? Costa Adeje in November – read on the Tour Calendar!

      Contents

      What is the weather like in November in Costa Adeje

      Compared to October, November in Costa Adeje is already cooler. The average air temperature in the city in the daytime reaches +24.4°C, at night +19.9°C. Usually in November in Costa Adeje there is no more than one rainy day. The water temperature in November drops to +22.6 °C.

      Average temperature

      +22°

      Air temperature during the day

      +24°

      Air temperature at night

      +20°

      Water temperature

      +23°

      Rainfall (mm)

      15 mm

      Rain

      1 day

      Sunny days

      25 days

      Humidity

      62%

      Day length

      11 hours

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      Air temperature in Costa Adeje in November

      The air temperature in Costa Adeje during the daytime in November is +24 °C, at night: +20 °C. The maximum value for November in the afternoon was noted on 11/01/2020 and amounted to +32 °C, the minimum on 11/22/2018: +19 °C.

      Water temperature in Costa Adeje in November

      The water temperature in Costa Adeje in November is usually around +23°C, which is suitable for comfortable swimming. The highest value for November was recorded on 11/01/2017 and amounted to +24 °C, the lowest on 11/30/2021: +17 °C.

      How many sunny days per month

      There are 25 sunny, 1 cloudy and 4 cloudy days per month, so the weather in Costa Adeje in November is ideal for relaxing.

      Costa Adeje in November Things to do?

      Tour-Calendar assessed the possibility of recreation on a scale from 0 to 5 .

      • Beach holiday

        5

      • Excursions

        5

      • Bicycle

        5

      • Sport

        5

      Weather archive in Costa Adeje for November

      Look at the weather in Costa Adeje in recent years in November days.

      Happy At night
      Nov 1 Partly cloudy +25° +20° +20°
      Nov 2 Partly cloudy +25° +20° +20°
      Nov 3 Partly cloudy +24° +21° +20°
      4 Nov Partly cloudy +25° +19° +20°
      Nov 5 Partly cloudy +24° +20° +19°
      Nov 6 Partly cloudy +24° +19° +19°
      7 Nov Partly cloudy +24° +20° +19°
      Nov 8 Partly cloudy +23° +20° +19°
      Nov 9 Partly cloudy +23° +18° +18°
      Nov 10 Partly cloudy +23° +18° +18°
      11 Nov Partly cloudy +25° +20° +18°
      12 Nov Partly cloudy +24° +19° +18°
      13 Nov Partly cloudy +22° +18° +18°
      14 Nov Partly cloudy +23° +17° +18°
      15 Nov Partly cloudy +24° +18° +18°
      16 Nov Partly cloudy +24° +18° +18°
      17 Nov Partly cloudy +23° +19° +18°
      18 Nov Partly cloudy +22° +18° +18°
      19 Nov Partly cloudy +23° +17° +17°
      20 Nov Partly cloudy +22° +16° +17°
      21 Nov Partly cloudy +23° +17° +18°
      22 Nov Partly cloudy +24° +21° +18°
      23 Nov Partly cloudy +23° +19° +18°
      24 Nov Partly cloudy +24° +20° +18°
      25 Nov Partly cloudy +21° +19° +18°
      26 Nov Partly cloudy +20° +17° +18°
      27 Nov Partly cloudy +22° +15° +18°
      28 Nov Partly cloudy +23° +16° +18°
      29 Nov Partly cloudy +22° +18° +17°
      30 Nov Partly cloudy +23° +18° +17°

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      Weather on Costa Adeje in November.

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      Monthly weather

      Month Temperature
      at night afternoon
      January +18°C +22°C
      February +17°C +21°C
      March +17°C +22°C
      April +19°C +24°C
      May +20°C +26°C
      June +21°C +28°C
      July +22°C +30°C
      August +23°C +31°C
      September +24°C +30°C
      October +23°C +28°C
      November +21°C +25°C
      December +19°C +23°C

      According to our observations, as well as reviews of tourists who visited Spain, we can say that the weather in Kemer in September is expected to be good. The average daily air temperature in November is 25.1 °C, while the sea water temperature will be 22.9 °C.

      Weather in November

      Average temperature during the day
      Average temperature at night
      +25.1 °C
      +20.9 °C
      Sea water temperature +22.9 °C
      Number of sunny days
      Day length
      27 days
      10 hours 45 minutes
      Rainy days
      Rainfall
      1 day
      13 mm
      Average wind speed 17.3 m/s

      Is it worth going to Costa Adeje for a holiday in November?

      Comfort

      76. 8%

      Taking into account all available weather data on Costa Adeje in November (air and water temperature, amount and intensity of rains, cloudiness, day length and wind strength), we calculated the level of comfort at this resort, which amounted to 76.8 %. Please also note that the comfort level in December will be lower and will be 70.6 %

      Comfort level by months

      On the graph below you can see the comfort level in Costa Adeje calculated by us for each month. The most comfortable months for a holiday in Costa Adeje are September, October and July. Months with the minimum level of comfort are March, January and February.

      Comparison of weather in Costa Adeje by months

      Select the month you are interested in from the list below if you want to receive detailed information about the weather in Costa Adeje at other times.

      December
      January
      February

      March
      April
      May

      June
      July
      August

      September
      October
      November

      Air temperature in Costa Adeje in November

      During the daytime air temperature in November ranges from 22. 3°C to 27.2°C, at night from 19.1°C to 19.1°C respectively. At the same time, the average air temperature is 25.1 °C during the day, and 20.9 °C at night. The difference between daytime and nighttime air temperatures reaches an average of 4.2°C per month.

      Water temperature in Costa Adeje in November

      In November, the water in Costa Adeje is suitable for swimming. The water temperature in the sea does not fall below 21.9°C, while the maximum figure can reach 23.6°C. The average water temperature for November is 22.9 °C, which is 1.1°C lower than in October and 1.6°C higher than in December.

      Rainy days and precipitation in November

      On average, 13 mm of precipitation falls on the Costa Adeje in November, usually there are about 1 rainy days. November is one of the rainiest months in terms of rainfall. According to our observations and hysmeteo data, the probability of rainy weather is 3.3 %. In this case, most often it will be a light drizzle.

      Sunny, cloudy and cloudy days

      On Costa Adeje in November there are usually about 27 sunny, 3 cloudy and 0 cloudy days. The day length (from dawn to dusk) is 10 hours and 45 minutes. The number of hours of sunshine when the sun’s rays reach the earth’s surface, taking into account the average cloud cover for the month, is 9 hours and 38 minutes per day.

      Wind in Costa Adeje in November

      The graph below shows the probability of winds of different strengths during the month. At the same time, the average wind speed on Costa Adeje in November is 17.3 m/s.

      Weather in November in other resorts in Spain

      We bring to your attention a summary of the weather in other popular resorts in Spain in November. Select the resort you are interested in to get more detailed information.

      Name Day air temperature Air temperature
      at night
      Rainy days
      (rainfall)
      Water temperature
      Tenerife 19. 6°C 15.6°C 4 days (66 mm) 22.7°C
      Barcelona 18.0°C 13.2°C 4 days (64 mm) 18.0°C
      Mallorca 20.3°C 14.4°C 3 days (39 mm) 20.2°C
      Malaga 21.1°C 13.1°C 3 days (53 mm) 18.2°C
      Palma de Mallorca 20.3°C 13.7°C 3 days (40 mm) 20.1°C
      Valencia 20.4°C 12.9°C 3 days (56 mm) 19.3°C
      Costa Brava 18.4°C 12.

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      Canary Islands, Spain: What to pack, what to wear, and when to go [2021]

      Traveling to Canary Islands, Spain? If you’re planning to go to Canary Islands, we have some important information about when to go, what to wear, and what to pack.

      Contents

      1. When to go to Canary Islands
      2. Important essentials for Canary Islands
      3. Activities for Canary Islands
      4. Canary Islands in January: weather and what to pack
      5. Canary Islands in February: weather and what to pack
      6. Canary Islands in March: weather and what to pack
      7. Canary Islands in April: weather and what to pack
      8. Canary Islands in May: weather and what to pack
      9. Canary Islands in June: weather and what to pack
      10. Canary Islands in July: weather and what to pack
      11. Canary Islands in August: weather and what to pack
      12. Canary Islands in September: weather and what to pack
      13. Canary Islands in October: weather and what to pack
      14. Canary Islands in November: weather and what to pack
      15. Canary Islands in December: weather and what to pack

      About your travel guide

      Hi! I’m Dev. I’ve traveled all over the world and in my travels, I have made many packing lists. In this series, my team and I have compiled the most useful information, as well as things we couldn’t live without, to help you plan your trip.

      When to go to Canary Islands, Spain


      Based on the climate and weather in Canary Islands, the best time to go is June. See below for details.

      Important essentials for Canary Islands, Spain

      Here are some general tips on what to wear in Canary Islands, as well as several items to remember to pack when traveling there.

      COVID-19 ESSENTIALS FOR 2022
      • These N95 masks provide the best level of COVID-19 protection possible.

      • N95 masks are not available for kids. These are a good alternative (and can also be used by adults if N95 masks are not available).

      • This hand sanitizer is a good TSA-friendly choice.

      • Vaccine cards frequently wear away. An unreadable card can have severe consequences. This vaccine card protector helps stop that.

      • If you or a companion get COVID-19, your amazing trip can be ruined. Good travel insurance can help. See plans

      • Use these to sanitize plane and hotel surfaces.

      General health necessities
      • Some areas of this country may have unreliable tap water, so it’s useful to have a contaminant filtering water bottle.

      • This one is a excellent option.

        • Pills
        • Wristband
      Don’t forget these
      • A SIM card that works in Canary Islands. A good global SIM card works in most countries, but check the country list before buying.

      • A portable power bank, like this one

      • A money pouch is vital for protecting your passport and credit cards.

      • A plug adapter that supports outlet types C and F. This one works in most locations, but check with your hotel.

        • our favorite compact travel stroller
        • our favorite featherweight travel crib
        • a safe travel bed for toddlers
        • travel hook on chair
        • a ride on suitcase we love for boys
        • a ride on suitcase we love for girls
        • our favorite airplane pillow
        • a great inflatable travel pillow
        • a luggage lock
        • entertainment

      What to wear/what to pack for Canary Islands, Spain by month

      Already know when you’re traveling?

      Jump to month. ..JanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecember

      January

      If you go to Canary Islands in January, you will notice that it is balmy. Expect it to rain once in a while. Daytime temperatures are in the high 60s F (low 20s C).

      What to wear/what to pack:
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      • These pants will be a lifesaver in heavy rain.

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      • This one is an excellent one to buy.

      • So your bags stay dry. We recommend:

        • for backpacks
        • for rolling suitcases

      February

      If you vacation in Canary Islands during February, you might find that it is mild and dry with little rain. Temperatures tend to hover around the high 60s F (low 20s C) during the day, while at night they can dip into the high 50s F (mid 10s C). Humidity is generally around 60 during the day. In terms of precipitation, you can expect it to rain occasionally.

      What to wear/what to pack:
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      • We suggest rain boots:

        • for men
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      • These pants are vital in a rainstorm.

        • for men
        • for women
      • We like this one

      • This one is a great option.

      • So your belongings stay dry. We recommend:

        • for backpacks
        • for rolling suitcases

      March

      March is mild and dry with little rain. Temperatures average in the high 60s F (low 20s C) during the day. It rains once in a while.

      What to wear/what to pack:
        • light
        • heavy
        • for men
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        • for boys
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      • We recommend these rain boots:

        • for men
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      • These will be a lifesaver in a storm.

        • for men
        • for women
      • We like this one

      • This one is an excellent one to buy.

      • So your things don’t get wet. We recommend:

        • for backpacks
        • for rolling suitcases

      April

      April for Canary Islands is mild and dry with little rain. Temperatures average in the low 60s F (low 20s C) during the day.

      What to wear/what to pack:
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      May

      May is balmy and very dry with almost no rain. Temperatures average in the low 70s F (low 20s C) during the day.

      What to wear/what to pack:
      • You can find some great options here

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      • If you’re going to the beach:

        • swimwear
        • beach blanket
        • lightweight travel towels
        • waterproof phone bag
        • and a dry bag for all of your other valuables
        • snorkel set (can be expensive when purchased locally )

      June

      If you visit Canary Islands during June, you will probably notice that it is warm and very dry with almost no rain. Temperatures tend to hover around the 70s F (mid 20s C) during the day, while at night they can dip into the 60s F (high 10s C). Humidity is generally around 60 during the day.

      What to wear/what to pack:
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      • If you’re going to the beach:

        • swimwear
        • beach blanket
        • lightweight travel towels
        • waterproof phone bag
        • and a dry bag for all of your other valuables
        • snorkel set (could be very expensive when purchased locally )

      July

      July for Canary Islands is warm and very dry with almost no rain. Temperatures average in the high 70s F (mid 20s C) during the day.

      What to wear/what to pack:
      • You can find some great options here

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      • If you’re going to the beach:

        • swimwear
        • beach blanket
        • lightweight travel towels
        • waterproof phone bag
        • and a dry bag for all of your other valuables
        • snorkel set (can be expensive purchased there )

      August

      If you vacation in Canary Islands during August, you might see that it is warm and very dry with almost no rain. Temperatures tend to hover around the high 70s F (mid 20s C) during the day, while at night they can dip into the low 60s F (low 20s C). Humidity is generally around 60 during the day.

      What to wear/what to pack:
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        • SPF 50
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        • for men
        • for women
        • for boys
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      • If you’re going to the beach:

        • swimwear
        • beach blanket
        • lightweight travel towels
        • waterproof phone bag
        • and a dry bag for all of your other valuables
        • snorkel set (may be expensive when bought locally )

      September

      Traveling to Canary Islands in September, you will notice that it is a perfect temperature and dry with little rain. Daytime temperatures are in the high 70s F (mid 20s C).

      What to wear/what to pack:
        • for men
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        • SPF 50
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        • for women
      • If you’re going to the beach:

        • swimwear
        • beach blanket
        • lightweight travel towels
        • waterproof phone bag
        • and a dry bag for all of your other valuables
        • snorkel set (could be very expensive bought locally )

      October

      If you visit Canary Islands during October, you will probably find that it is warm. Temperatures tend to hover around the high 70s F (mid 20s C) during the day, while at night they can dip into the high 60s F (low 10s C). Humidity is generally between 60 and 70% during the day. In terms of precipitation, you can expect it to rain sometimes.

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      • If you’re going to the beach:

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        • lightweight travel towels
        • waterproof phone bag
        • and a dry bag for all of your other valuables
        • snorkel set (could be very expensive bought there )
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      • So your belongings stay dry. We like:

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      November

      If you vacation in Canary Islands during November, you will probably find that it is a perfect temperature. Temperatures tend to hover around the 70s F (low 20s C) during the day, while at night they can dip into the 60s F (high 10s C). Humidity is generally between 60 and 70% during the day. In terms of precipitation, you can expect it to rain a bit less than half of the time.

      What to wear/what to pack:
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      • If you’re going to the beach:

        • swimwear
        • beach blanket
        • lightweight travel towels
        • waterproof phone bag
        • and a dry bag for all of your other valuables
        • snorkel set (may be expensive when bought locally )
        • for men
        • for women
        • for boys
        • for girls
      • We like these rain boots:

        • for men
        • for women
        • for kids
      • These can be essential in a storm.

        • for men
        • for women
      • We like this one

      • This one is a great option.

      • So your bags remain dry. We suggest:

        • for backpacks
        • for rolling suitcases

      December

      If you go to Canary Islands in December, you will notice that it is mild. Expect it to rain a bit less than half of the time. Daytime temperatures are in the low 70s F (low 20s C).

      What to wear/what to pack:
        • for men
        • for women
        • for boys
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        • for women
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        • lightweight travel towels
        • waterproof phone bag
        • and a dry bag for all of your other valuables
        • snorkel set (could be very expensive bought locally )
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        • for women
        • for boys
        • for girls
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        • for kids
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        • for men
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      • So your things remain dry. We suggest:

        • for backpacks
        • for rolling suitcases

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      The State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) has activated weather warnings for adverse sea conditions. The warning affects Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, La Palma and El Hierro.

      On March 13, the AEMET weather warning will also cover northern Tenerife and Gran Canaria.

      The forecast shows that strong northwest winds will bring very strong gusts on Monday and Tuesday.

      The more mountainous islands will have rainfall throughout the week, however, scientists are reportedly worried about the lack of rainfall on the islands.

      Lanzarote and Fuerteventura have had 75 percent less rain than usual according to scientists.

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      Weather warnings are in place in some parts of the Canary islands (Image: Getty)

      Other areas of Spain including tourist hotspots Ibiza and Mallorca, have experienced a wet winter with heavier rainfall than usual.

      The Costa del Sol is likely to experience rainfall in the coming week as well after a period of drought.

      The rainfall in areas such as Malaga and Granada could be very heavy and flood warnings have been issued for some areas.

      The director of Aemet said: “It will help to ease the drought situation, but will not be enough to resolve it.

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        British tourists searching for winter sun could try southern Tenerife where the temperature rarely drops below the low 20s.

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          1 Lanzarote Airport – Weather warnings issued

          • Author: bbc.com
          • Published Date: 10/15/2021
          • Review: 4.92 (969 vote)
          • Summary: 14-day weather forecast for Lanzarote Airport. … A moderate breeze from the north. See more weather for. Friday 16th. Last updated today at 21:02 

          2 Arrecife/Lanzarote (Spain) weather – Met Office

          • Author: metoffice.gov.uk
          • Published Date: 03/09/2022
          • Review: 4. 67 (240 vote)
          • Summary: Six day forecast for Arrecife/Lanzarote. Clear. Sunrise: 07:40. Sunset: 19:58. VH. UV. Partly cloudy changing to light showers by late morning

          3 Lanzarote Airport – Weather warnings issued

          • Author: bbc.co.uk
          • Published Date: 04/24/2022
          • Review: 4.56 (405 vote)
          • Summary: Humidity: 79%; Visibility: –Visibility: Not available; Pressure: 1013mb, Rising. Observation Station: Lanzarote Airport (AWS) (Lat: 28.95 | Long: -13.6) 

          4 Lanzarote Weather Forecast, Canary Islands

          • Author: holiday-weather.com
          • Published Date: 07/02/2022
          • Review: 4.31 (532 vote)
          • Summary: The warmest day over the next 25 days weather in Lanzarote is forecast to be Sunday 25th September 2022 at 29°C (84°F) and the warmest night on Saturday 
          • Author: worldweatheronline. com
          • Published Date: 10/20/2021
          • Review: 3.99 (218 vote)
          • Summary: Lanzarote, Spain weather forecasted for the next 10 days will have maximum temperature of 27°c / 80°f on Wed 28. Min temperature will be 18°c / 64°f on Sat 
          • Matching search results: In Lanzarote winter begins in December and lasts until March. The winter season remains warm with cool nights. The average high temperatures range from 21°C to 23°C. Night-time remains cool with 16°C in December, 14°C in January and 13°C in …

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          • Author: guidetocanaryislands.com
          • Published Date: 05/04/2022
          • Review: 3.95 (425 vote)
          • Summary: · What’s the weather like in Lanzarote in September? Is it hot enough to swim in September and what are the temperatures in Puerto del Carmen, 
          • Matching search results: Remember that due to Lanzarote’s closeness to the Equator the sun feels stronger and it will easily burn your skin if you don’t wear sun cream. After the sun is gone some evenings might start to feel chilly, especially towards the end of the month, …

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          7 Climate and Average Weather Year Round in Lanzarote Spain

          • Author: weatherspark.com
          • Published Date: 02/11/2022
          • Review: 3.77 (255 vote)
          • Summary: Climate and Average Weather Year Round in Lanzarote Spain … In Lanzarote, the summers are short, warm, humid, arid, and clear; the winters are cool, dry, and 
          • Matching search results: Remember that due to Lanzarote’s closeness to the Equator the sun feels stronger and it will easily burn your skin if you don’t wear sun cream. After the sun is gone some evenings might start to feel chilly, especially towards the end of the month, …

          8 Lanzarote Weather – 16 Day Weather Forecast

          • Author: theweatheroutlook.com
          • Published Date: 11/24/2021
          • Review: 3. 48 (259 vote)
          • Summary: 16 Day Lanzarote Weather Forecast. Updated 4 times each day to give you the most up to date, detailed and accessible outlook
          • Matching search results: Remember that due to Lanzarote’s closeness to the Equator the sun feels stronger and it will easily burn your skin if you don’t wear sun cream. After the sun is gone some evenings might start to feel chilly, especially towards the end of the month, …

          9 Atlantic North – Wind (GFS)

          • Author: weatheronline.co.uk
          • Published Date: 10/25/2021
          • Review: 3.22 (455 vote)
          • Summary: Sailing, Marine Weather, Weather maps, radar, satellite, climate, historic weather data, information about meteorology, … Lanzarote (28° 57′ N/13° 36′ W)
          • Matching search results: Remember that due to Lanzarote’s closeness to the Equator the sun feels stronger and it will easily burn your skin if you don’t wear sun cream. After the sun is gone some evenings might start to feel chilly, especially towards the end of the month, …

          10 Lanzarote 7, 10 & 14 Day Weather Forecast | Thomas Cook

          • Author: thomascook.com
          • Published Date: 04/01/2022
          • Review: 3.13 (419 vote)
          • Summary: View a detailed weather forecast for Lanzarote for the next 7, 10 and 14 days, giving you a look further ahead including sun, rain, wind & humidity 
          • Matching search results: Remember that due to Lanzarote’s closeness to the Equator the sun feels stronger and it will easily burn your skin if you don’t wear sun cream. After the sun is gone some evenings might start to feel chilly, especially towards the end of the month, …

          11 Weather Forecast For Lanzarote

          • Author: lanzaroteinformation.co.uk
          • Published Date: 03/28/2022
          • Review: 2. 95 (111 vote)
          • Summary: Weather forecasts for Lanzarote are notoriously inaccurate – we’re a small island in a huge ocean! But the ones from Wundeground are as good as you’ll get
          • Matching search results: Remember that due to Lanzarote’s closeness to the Equator the sun feels stronger and it will easily burn your skin if you don’t wear sun cream. After the sun is gone some evenings might start to feel chilly, especially towards the end of the month, …

          12 Lanzarote, Las Palmas, Spain 14 day weather forecast

          • Author: timeanddate.com
          • Published Date: 05/19/2022
          • Review: 2.77 (56 vote)
          • Summary: 2 Week Extended Forecast in Lanzarote, Las Palmas, Spain. Scroll right to see more. Conditions, Comfort, Precipitation, Sun. Day, Temperature, Weather 
          • Matching search results: Remember that due to Lanzarote’s closeness to the Equator the sun feels stronger and it will easily burn your skin if you don’t wear sun cream. After the sun is gone some evenings might start to feel chilly, especially towards the end of the month, …

          13 5-Day Forecast – Lanzarote, Canary Islands – Weather and Climate

          • Author: weather-and-climate.com
          • Published Date: 11/13/2021
          • Review: 2.68 (167 vote)
          • Summary: 5 Day Weather Forecast for Lanzarote, Canary Islands, minimum and maximum temperatures, rainfall and other weather conditions
          • Matching search results: Remember that due to Lanzarote’s closeness to the Equator the sun feels stronger and it will easily burn your skin if you don’t wear sun cream. After the sun is gone some evenings might start to feel chilly, especially towards the end of the month, …

          14 10-Day Weather-Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain

          • Author: weather.com
          • Published Date: 09/23/2021
          • Review: 2. 52 (192 vote)
          • Summary: Be prepared with the most accurate 10-day forecast for Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain with highs, lows, chance of precipitation from The Weather Channel 
          • Matching search results: Remember that due to Lanzarote’s closeness to the Equator the sun feels stronger and it will easily burn your skin if you don’t wear sun cream. After the sun is gone some evenings might start to feel chilly, especially towards the end of the month, …
          • Author: optimavillaslanzarote.com
          • Published Date: 06/29/2022
          • Review: 2.53 (78 vote)
          • Summary: Lanzarote Weather. Weather on the Canary Islands. The year-round beautiful weather means that the Canary Islands attract visitors from across the globe, with 
          • Matching search results: All of our villas are located in and around the resort of Playa Blanca and this is the warmest part of the island. Playa Blanca sits right at the southern tip of Lanzarote and even though the island is small, there’s a marked difference in …

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          Weather in the Canary Islands in March 2023, water temperatures in the Canary Islands

          Check the weather for March before planning your holidays in the Canary Islands.
          Average weather data includes daytime highs and nighttime lows in temperature, rainfall, hours of sunshine, and water temperature data.

          Average temperature: 18 ° C
          Average temperature during the day: 20 ° C
          Average temperature at night: 16 ° C
          SUMMER WHAT:
          Precipitation in mm: 12 mm
          Number of rainy days in a month: 15
          Water temperature: 19 ° C

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          The maximum temperature during the day in the Canary Islands is 20.1111 °С, the minimum temperature at night is 11.5556 °С. Rainfall in March is usually no more than 12 mm, and the number of hours of sunshine is at least 7.

          Weather in March at other resorts of Spain

          Barcelona

          17 ° C

          Valencia

          20 ° C

          ibitsa

          16 ° C

          Canar Islands

          20 ° C 9000 ° C 9,000

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          Costa del Sol

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          16 ° C

          MALAGA

          19 ° C

          Tenerife

          20 ° C

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          Climate in Spain

          Spain is located in the south of Europe, occupies the Iberian Peninsula and several groups of islands, the Canary Islands in the Atlantic and the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean. As in all countries located in the northern hemisphere, summer in Spain lasts from June to August, winter – from December to February. The peak of the beach holiday season and the maximum flow of tourists to the resorts of the country falls at the end of summer, it is by August that the coastal waters of the Mediterranean Sea are warmed up by the sun to a pleasant +26 degrees. Although in winter the waters in the south-east of Spain cool down only to + 13 … 15 degrees, not lower.

          The climate of the country is very warm, has all the signs of a Mediterranean climate in the south and east of the country. The winter is short, wet, and summer heat comes by April. Humidity during the year does not exceed 60%, even in the cold season. It is even warmer in the Canary Islands, it is quite comfortable here in summer, and winter pleases with air temperatures from +16 to +20 degrees Celsius. In the north of Spain, the influence of the Atlantic Ocean is so strong that the weather conditions in this area during the year are noticeably different from other areas: mild and warm winters with plenty of rain turn into not hot summers, there is rarely summer heat, typical for the south. The air humidity in the north and east is the highest, about 80%, due to the influence of moist air masses coming from the ocean. Another region of the country with climatic conditions different from neighboring regions is located in the center. The weather in central Spain corresponds to the continental climate: the amplitude of day and night temperatures is large, the summer on the mountain plateau is hot and dry, and the winter is cold.

          Dependence of weather conditions on relief

          The climate in Spain is highly dependent on relief. The territory of Spain is quite extensive, there are high mountains, and plains, and coastal regions, separated from the mainland by highlands.

          For example, a relatively similar relief pattern in the north and west of the country provided similar climatic conditions in these two regions. Under the influence of the mountains, which increase as you move deeper into the peninsula and do not let the wet masses of the Atlantic to the central regions, the coastal plain is open to oceanic air currents. They pour out all their moisture here throughout the year. Summer is characterized by moderate temperatures, not exceeding +25 degrees, and in the winter months the average daily temperature is +11 … +15 degrees.

          In the central regions of Spain separated from the ocean by mountains, the weather during the year has most of the characteristics of a continental climate. There are very noticeable transitions from winter to summer here, from June to August rather high temperatures reign, often reaching + 35 degrees and above. Winters are cold, in some regions the air cools down to +7 degrees and below, frosts and heavy snowfalls are not uncommon, especially in the mountains. During the winter months, numerous ski resorts open up in the mountainous areas, offering modern ski slopes for skiers and snowboarders. Resting in the mountains in winter is quite comfortable, there are no severe frosts, and thick snow cover provides tourists with an unforgettable vacation. It is because of the mountain ranges and uplands in the central part of the country that the temperature amplitude during the day and at night is very noticeable and averages 10-15 degrees.

          In the coastal areas of the Mediterranean Sea in the south and east of the country, summers are slightly cooler than in the center. Of course, in some years, summer temperatures can rise to +38 degrees, when hot air masses from the African continent rise to the coast of Spain. But on average, the thermometer fixes +28 degrees. Winter in these regions is humid and relatively warm, from +15 to +18 degrees.

          The weather in the Mediterranean Spanish islands of Ibiza, Menorca and Mallorca is similar to the climate of southern Spain, warm and short winters, inconspicuous off-seasons and long, hot summers with little rainfall. In the Canary Islands, the air temperature in summer differs by only 8-10 degrees from the winter temperature and is +28 degrees. The cool masses of the Atlantic Ocean make the summer months incredibly comfortable for relaxation, without the sweltering heat and heat.

          The whole territory of Spain can be conditionally divided into three parts according to the peculiarities of its Mediterranean in the south of the country, continental in its central parts and Atlantic in the north-west of the country. In addition, the alpine character of the climate in the region of the Pyrenees, the semi-arid climate of Murcia, and the subtropical climate of the Canary Islands should be specially highlighted. Accordingly, the temperature in Spain by months will depend on which territory is in question.

          Atlantic climate: Galicia

          The Atlantic climate is characteristic of the north and especially the northwest of Spain. This territory is often called “green Spain” and includes part of the Pyrenees and the territory of Galicia.

          In this part of Spain, the monthly temperatures are such that the winters are relatively mild and the summers are hot. Precipitation is evenly distributed throughout the year and falls in large quantities. The climate of the northwest of the country along the Atlantic coast is strongly influenced by the Gulf Stream. The weather here is warm, humid and cloudy almost all year round. In autumn, this part of Spain receives the most precipitation, while summer is relatively sunny and characterized by low temperatures. Temperature differences during the day and at night are small.

          The weather of Galicia is a prime example of the Atlantic climate in Spain. The average summer temperature here ranges from +20 °C to +25 °C. At the beginning of summer it is not so hot. So, in this part of Spain the weather in June is warm, the average temperature is +16 … +18 °C. In winter, these figures fall to +10 … +12 ° C, very rarely the thermometer in winter drops below 0 ° C.

          The rainy season in Galicia covers autumn, spring and winter. When moving from the northwest to the southeast of the Atlantic climate zone, the number of days a year when it rains decreases from 150 to 110. Therefore, the best time to visit the northwest of Spain is summer, the weather from June to August is quite sunny and warm.

          Continental climate: Madrid

          This type of climate is typical for most of the central territory of Spain, which is located on the central plateau and in the valley of the Ebro River. The main features of the continental climate in this region are as follows:

          • in this part of Spain, temperatures vary by month, and also during the day and night, have strong differences;
          • irregular precipitation, the average values ​​of which vary between 400 – 500 mm per year.

          Northern central Spain is characterized by two periods of rain: from April to June and from October to November. In south-central Spain, in turn, heavy rains come in autumn, as well as in spring, in March. Here summers are always hot and dry, while winters are cold and windy. Frosts often occur in winter, and it snows in mountainous areas. In this part of Spain, the air temperature varies greatly from month to month, from +2 °C in January and February to +32 °C in July and August. Peak summer temperatures often occur here, which reach +40 °C, while at night the temperature drops to +10 °C.

          Mediterranean climate

          Spain’s Mediterranean climate stretches along the entire southern coast of the country, from the Pyrenees to Andalusia. A feature of this type of climate is mild winters, long and hot summers, pleasing landscapes in spring and rainy autumn.

          This part of Spain is strongly influenced by the humid Mediterranean winds and the dry and hot winds from northern Africa. All this leads to smaller annual temperature drops. So, on the Mediterranean coast, the average temperature in Spain in summer is +22 … +27 °C. Moreover, in the interior of the country at this time the air warms up to +29… +31 °C. In this part of Spain, the average temperature in winter is between +10 … +13 °C, and in the interior it is several degrees lower.

          The climate of Andalusia

          Andalusia is one of the hottest regions not only in Spain, but throughout Europe. Thus, the maximum temperatures here were recorded in the Guadalquivir river basin in Cordoba and Seville, they amounted to +46.6 °C. In the mountainous regions of Andalusia, in turn, the lowest temperatures of the entire southern part of the Iberian Peninsula were recorded, in January 2005, for example, -21 ° C in the city of Santiago de Espada, province of Jaen.

          Andalusia has a mild Mediterranean climate with hot and dry summers and mild winters with irregular rainfall. If we talk about the temperature by months for Spain, then in this part of the country in July and August they are the highest and often reach +40 ° C. Strong annual temperature fluctuations are observed away from the sea, where summers are very hot and winters are cold. When moving from west to east through the territory of Andalusia, the climate becomes more arid. The best time to visit Andalusia is from March to June or from mid-September to November.

          This name refers to the coastal area, which begins in the city of Blanes and ends at the border with France at Portbou. The length of the Costa Brava is 214 kilometers. The coast is located in the regions of Upper Ampurdan, Lower Ampurdan and La Selva, which are located in the Catalan province of Girona.

          Thanks to the mild Mediterranean climate, when winters are not cold and summers are characterized by relatively low temperatures, the famous resorts of Spain are located in the Costa Brava, for example, Lloret de Mar, Tossa de Mar, Roses, Playa de Aro, Cadaqués and others. The average annual temperature here ranges from +14 °C to +20 °C. The hottest weather is in July and August, the average temperatures here are +25 … +28 ° C, it often rains at the end of autumn, and the winter months are quite cool.

          If we talk about the water temperature by months in the resorts of Spain in the Costa Brava, it should be noted that from July to September it is above +24 °C, and in June and October the water warms up to +21 °C. During the rest of the year, the water in the sea is colder.

          Canary Islands

          The climate here is subtropical, characterized by minimal annual temperature changes. Thus, the maximum average temperatures here are +20 … +30 °C, while the minimum average temperatures range between +15 °C and +21 °C. Therefore, the Canary Islands are called the islands of “Eternal Spring”.

          Many magnificent resorts in Spain are located on the Canary Islands, for example, the English beach, the port of Carmen, Adeje, Corralejo and others. On these islands of Spain, the weather by months and the water temperature allow you to come here to relax at any time of the year, because in January the water here has a temperature of +18 … +19 ° C, and by July it warms up to +22 … +23 ° C.

          Balearic Islands

          Unlike the Canary Islands, which are located near the African continent in the Atlantic Ocean, the Balearic Islands are located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea and enjoy a relatively mild climate throughout the year. It often rains here in October and November, and the rest of the time the weather is quite clear.

          It is recommended to visit the Balearic Islands for tourism purposes from May-June to October, because on these islands of Spain the weather in June allows the sea to warm up to +19 °C, and this temperature lasts until mid-autumn. The famous resorts in the Balearic Islands are the city of Ibiza, Playa de Palma, San Antonio, the port of Pollensa.

          When is the best time to visit Spain?

          If we analyze all the information about the weather in Spain by months and the temperature of the water on its beaches, we can say that spring and autumn are the most favorable times to visit the country. If you go to Spain in the summer, especially in the hottest months of July and August, then it is better to limit yourself to its northern part, where the weather is warm.

          Spring is the perfect time to travel to the central part of the country, to Andalusia, the Mediterranean coast and the Balearic Islands. The first half of autumn is the most favorable time of the year to visit the whole country, because the weather in autumn in Spain is wonderful, with a lot of warm sunny days and a warm sea.

          Spain
          is a beautiful country to visit at any time of the year. It captivates tourists with its special atmosphere, wonderful climate and great opportunities for varied recreation.

          During the trip, you can combine a beach holiday, as well as acquaintance with ancient sights. The temperature in Spain by months and the water temperature will help you understand what time of the year it will be more comfortable to relax.

          Climate of Spain by regions

          April
          throughout the country, the amount of precipitation decreases, and the air temperature at lunchtime reaches its peak of +20 degrees. At night it can still be quite cool – up to +13 degrees, so you should take warm clothes with you on vacation. The water temperature in the sea warms up to +17 degrees, but it is still not suitable for swimming.

          Weather conditions in April are slightly different for resorts:

          • — +18°C during the day, +12°C at night, water — +15 degrees;
          • Valencia
          • Malaga
            – +21°C during the day, +14°C at night, water – +18 degrees;
          • Ibiza
            – +19°C during the day, +14°C at night, water – +16 degrees;
          • Costa Brava
            – +18°C during the day, +10°C at night, water – +14 degrees;
          • Costa Blanca
            – +21°C during the day, +14°C at night, water – +15 degrees;
          • Salou
            – +19°C during the day, +14°C at night, water – +15 degrees;
          • Mallorca
            – +18°C during the day, +14°C at night, water – +15 degrees;
          • Tenerife
            – +22°C during the day, +14°C at night, water – +19 degrees;
          • Torrevieja
            – + 21 ° C during the day, + 14 ° C at night, water – +16 degrees;
          • San Sebastian
            – + 16 ° C during the day, + 10 ° C at night, water – +14 degrees;
          • Marbella
            – + 21 ° C during the day, + 11 ° C at night, water – +16 degrees.

          In the resorts of the province of Alicante
          in April during the daytime it is quite warm – the air temperature reaches +21°C, and at night the thermometer drops to +15°C.

          May
          in Spain starts the holiday season. Across the country, numerous hotels on the coast are opening, ready to receive tourists. The water in the Mediterranean Sea is great for swimming. Its temperature is +20 degrees, and in some regions even a couple of degrees higher.

          At the same time, rains in May are rare, as is wind, and the air temperature throughout the country during the daytime is about +20-24 degrees.

          Summer

          Summer in Spain is the best time to relax. During this period, the sea and air in all parts of the country warm up to excellent temperatures, and almost always a clear sky pleases with warm and sunny days. Fruits and vegetables also ripen everywhere, and bright festivals are held in honor of this, among which the most famous is “Tomantina”
          .

          The air temperature is not as high as during the peak season. Throughout Spain, the air warms up to + 23 ° С from early morning. Such weather conditions are great for those who plan to combine beach and sightseeing holidays. During this period, the most favorable temperature for relaxation is on the coast of Andalusia, Valencia, on the Costa Brava, as well as in the south of Catalonia. The air temperature in the regions warms up to +25 degrees, as does the water in the sea.

          July
          and August
          across the country is equally fine holiday weather, which is great for a relaxed beach holiday. Temperature indicators during this period reach a maximum – + 27-32 ° C during the day and + 20 ° C in the evenings. The water in the sea warms up to + 26-27 degrees. In addition, a dry and hot wind blows from the sea, which further increases the feeling of heat, this is especially noticeable in the Canary Islands.

          If you don’t really like the heat, but really want to swim, then you should go to the resorts located on the Canary Islands, the Costa Blanca and the Costa Dorada, as well as the beaches of the Balearic Islands.

          Autumn

          In the autumn season in Spain begins the real velvet season
          . In September, the weather is just as beautiful as in previous months, so the number of tourists here does not subside. The sea continues to keep warm until the middle of the season.

          September
          is the best weather for autumn holidays. During this period, the daily temperature is fully consistent with the summer months. The highest air and water temperatures are in Alicante, Benidorm, Malaga, Ibiza and Tenerife. Daily rates at these resorts reach +28-29°C, and water – +25°C. A couple of degrees cooler in the Costa Brava, Valencia and Salou.

          In October
          the weather deteriorates noticeably. Air in comparison with the previous month cools down by 5-6 degrees. There are more cloudy days and more rain. However, even during this period it is quite easy to find warm and clear days suitable for swimming and trips to the sights of the country. The sea in October warms up to + 23-25 ​​degrees.

          A full-fledged autumn begins in Spain. The resorts of the country are closed until spring, only the Canary Islands continue to have sunny and rather warm weather for relaxing on the coast. The air cools down to +17-20 degrees, and at night it becomes very cool – up to +14 degrees. The sea is not suitable for swimming – the water temperature drops to +18 degrees. Strong winds and rain can spoil the rest a little.

          When is the best time to go?

          Spain is ideal for all types of holidays. This country has the best beaches in Europe, as well as an abundance of the most interesting ancient and modern sights.

          High season

          Best time
          for holidays in Spain starts in May and ends in October. This season is characterized by an abundance of clear days, as well as high temperature indicators of air and water.

          During the first and last month of the resort, the weather conditions are conducive not only to relaxing on the beaches, but also to exciting cultural programs
          . The only disadvantage of such a holiday can be a large number of tourists.

          Rainy season

          Low season
          in Spain is considered April, October as well as the winter months. At this time, rain and cool winds can spoil the rest. But even during these months, tourists visit the country, because the cost of recreation and entertainment during this period is attractive.

          Thanks to the weather conditions, Spain attracts tourists from all over the world almost all year round.

          Watch a video about the climate in Madrid, Spain:

          Spain is truly an amazing country where the sun shines all year round, so a great holiday is guaranteed

          Spain is one of the warmest countries in Western Europe, where you can enjoy the sun for 285 days a year.

          • The north of Spain from Galicia to Catalonia is under the influence of the Atlantic. This region is characterized by a mild climate with high rainfall – rainy warm winters and humid hot summers.
          • The southeast coast is dominated by a Mediterranean type of climate with low precipitation, especially in autumn and winter. Winters are warm and short, while summers are dry and hot.
          • Temperature fluctuations are observed in the central part of the kingdom, where during the day the air heats up to 30˚С, and at night – up to 15˚С heat. Winters in this region are also dry, but rather frosty, and summers are sunny and rainless.
          • The climate of the Canary Islands is distinguished by its year-round constancy. There is practically no sultry heat and excessive freshness at the resort.
          • On other islands (Ibiza, Menorca and Majorca) the climate is close to the conditions of the Mediterranean coast.

          The weather in Spain in winter

          April

          May

          May is the beginning of a beach holiday. Every day it becomes warmer and more comfortable. The southern regions of Spain warm up to + 22°C – +24°C, and the water on the coast – up to +18°C. It should be noted that fluctuations in air temperature in the Canary Islands in May are insignificant and do not differ from the winter months. It is also dry and sunny here. May in Spain is a time of holidays and festivals.

          The weather in Spain in summer

          June

          June is an ideal month for holidays, especially with children. The weather is hot, but there is no sweltering heat. The air temperature reaches the level of 25°C – 26°C warm, and the sea warms up to +20°C on average. For lovers of swimming, it is better to choose southern resorts, where during the day the temperature is 27°C, and at night it drops to +17°C. It is cooler in the north-west of the country, here it is about 18°C ​​during the day, and up to +13°C at night.

          July

          The middle of summer is considered the hottest month. The temperature rises to +30°C – +34°C, and the sea – up to +25°C. At this time in Spain the height of the resort holiday. In July, there is practically no precipitation, the weather is sunny and partly cloudy.

          August

          The last month of summer differs little from the July heat. It is the same dry and sunny weather. In the north of the country, the sky is sometimes overcast and it rains.

          Pleasant sea breezes on the coast bring freshness and coolness.

          Weather in Spain in autumn

          September

          The holiday season in September is not over yet, but the weather can already bring trouble, especially in the second half of the month. The water in the sea during the summer warmed up to +25°C. In the south of Spain, during the day it is warm up to +30°C, and at night the temperature drops to +20°C – +25°C. Precipitation can fall in the north of the country, and the thermometer reaches + 25 ° C, it is already cooler at night. There are storms on the coast at the end of September, and therefore it is better to plan a vacation in Spain until the middle of the month.

          October

          In October, autumn comes to Spain, and all the resorts in the country are gradually empty. Which, of course, cannot be said about the Canary Islands, where rest is still in full swing. The average daily temperature on the mainland is kept at around +22°C, and at night it already drops noticeably. In coastal areas it is not so warm anymore (up to +15°C). It often rains, especially in the central part of Spain. This time is perfect for visiting the sights of Spain.

          November

          November is a cold rainy month with winds and average air temperature up to +17°C. The water on the coast still keeps warm up to +20°С. It is coldest in the north of the country (during the day up to +13°C, and at night – +7°C), in the south the air warms up to 20°C and there are fewer sunny days. The autumn months are the period for touristic cultural holidays in Spain.

          Defined by three climatic zones.
          The weather in the northern part of the country is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. There are always warm summers, and winters are mild and wet. Winter minimum temperature +6. .+8°C, maximum +12..+14°C, and summer minimum +12..+15°C, and maximum temperature +20..+24°C.

          The southeast coast is influenced by the Mediterranean climate. Summers are hot and fairly dry, while winters are short and mild. In winter, the minimum temperature is +5..+8°C, the average maximum is +12..+17°C. In the period from June to September, the average minimum temperature is +16..+21°C, and the average maximum temperature is +25..+30°C.

          A sharply continental climate prevails on the central plateau. It is cold in winter and hot in summer. The amount of precipitation is negligible. In winter, the minimum temperature is +1..+3°C, and the maximum is +8..+11°C. In summer, the minimum temperature is +14+18)°C, and the maximum reaches +30°C.

          The best season for recreation is the period from June to October.

          The water temperature in Spain on the continental part from June to mid-October ranges from 20 to 25 degrees. Between November and May, the temperature is quite low – about 15 degrees, but tourists can spend their holidays in Spain at this time of the year in the Canary Islands, where the swimming season is all year round. The water temperature here actually never drops below 18 degrees.

          Monthly weather in Spain

          The geography of mainland Spain is such that three climatic zones can be distinguished here.
          The first is the northern regions on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, which, in fact, determines the climate of this region. Humid, rather warm winters and moderately hot summers are typical for this area.
          The central part of Spain is the second region in which there are quite cold (temperatures around zero degrees) winters and hot dry summers.
          The southeastern regions on the Mediterranean coast make up the third region where the climate is typically subtropical, with hot summers and warm winters.
          The climate on the islands of Menorca, Mallorca and Ibiza is very similar to the climate of its Mediterranean coast: winters are warm, summers are hot and dry. But the Canary Islands can boast of consistently warm weather throughout the year, there is practically no sweltering heat or excessive coolness.

          January
          is the coldest month on the whole of mainland Spain, the average daytime temperature on the coast is around +10 ° C, cold winds often blow, which brings rather unpleasant cold rain. The water temperature in the sea is about +14 °C, so there is no question of any sea bathing. However, the weather in the Canary Islands even at this time of the year indulges beach lovers with warm (about +19°C) with water and even warmer (about +22 °C) air. In the depths of the mainland of the country, the temperature at this time often drops to zero, the weather is not at all kind.

          February
          in the Spanish Mediterranean differs little from January, the water temperature is the same, the air maybe only slightly warmer, hinting at an early spring. However, in Alicante, for example, it is a couple of degrees warmer than in Barcelona. The Canary Islands continue to delight tourists seeking warmth and sunny weather.

          March
          is characterized by a clear stable increase in air temperature: it warms up to +16…+18 °C on average. The water in the sea becomes noticeably warmer – + 15 … + 16 ° С, its typical March temperature. The weather is about the same at this time of the year in the Balearic Islands. Spain is preparing for the start of the beach season, which is so attractive here.

          April
          gives everyone who is yearning for warmth, the weather, in which it is hardly possible to swim in the sea (its temperature is +16 … +17 ° С), but it is quite possible to take sunbaths, lying on the beach in a comfortable sun lounger, inhaling the sea air and listening to the waves whisper about the coming summer, a fresh tan and the pleasures of a beach holiday: the air temperature, typical for April, is around +20 ° C.

          May
          marks the beginning of the beach season. The number of tourists on the coast is noticeably increasing, cafes and restaurants are launching a summer program, the sun is shining in full force, warming the air up to +22…24 °С, and the water near the coast of Spain up to +17…+18 °С. Already not a few dare to swim, and the number of sunbathers on the beach convincingly indicates that the beach season has begun. The weather throughout Spain is such that this is the best time to travel around the country and see its many attractions. Only rains can interfere, the amount of which is impossible to predict.
          It should be noted that throughout the spring the air temperature in the Canary Islands continues to be as comfortable as it was in the winter months.

          June
          in Spain, the month is quite hot, but not exhaustingly sultry. The air temperature is kept in the region of +25 … 26 ° C, and the water warms up to an average of +22 ° C. This is the best month for sea holidays with small children: acclimatization in such weather is easy, and the sun is not yet burning, so the likelihood of sunburn and heat stroke is very small.

          July
          is a hot month, sometimes too hot, the air temperature in the region of +30°C is not uncommon, the water in the sea warms up to +24 . .. +25 °C, that is, it reaches its maximum temperatures. The number of vacationers on the beaches of Spain also reaches its maximum values, because the season of holidays and vacations begins all over Europe.

          August
          is very similar to July: it is hot, the air temperature reaches +30 ° C, and the water temperature is kept at maximum values, then it will be colder. The resort towns are filled with crowds of tourists, they enjoy the favorable climate and generous nature of Spain.

          September
          brings a decrease in the temperature of both water and air. Despite the fact that the sun is still hot, it warms the air only up to +25 ° C, and the water in the sea begins to cool. deo is coming to autumn, but the holiday season is not over either on the ocean or on the Mediterranean coast.

          October
          brings coolness and makes you remember that winter is coming soon. It is not cold yet, the daytime temperature still slightly exceeds +20 ° C, but vacationers are gradually leaving the resort towns, it is becoming quieter, calmer and more boring. But for such weather, it is reasonable to plan sightseeing, of which there are many in Spain.

          November
          – autumn month, with rains, with a cool wind. For northerners, the average daytime temperature in September – +16 … +17 ° С – will seem quite warm, but it does not in any way favor a beach holiday. Perhaps, in the Canary Islands, where it is still warm and comfortable, where the mild summer continues all year round.

          December
          brings with it cold rains and wind, the air temperature barely reaches +10…+12 °С, and farther from the sea it is even lower: winter… Spain is getting ready for Christmas and lives with memories of summer. On the other hand, December is the beginning of the ski season in the country, so there will be no time to indulge in sad thoughts about summer for a long time.

          Air temperature in Spain. The climate of Spain. Forecast for each month

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          The climate of Spain is subtropical Mediterranean. Spain is one of the warmest countries in Western Europe, and certainly one of the sunniest. The number of sunny days in Spain is more than 280 per year.

          Due to the great length of Spain from north to south and because of the extensive mountain system, the climate varies greatly in different parts of the country. Few people know that mountains occupy 90% of the total territory of Spain –
          after Switzerland

          , Spain is the highest mountainous country in Europe. Although the Iberian Peninsula is almost surrounded by water on all sides, the country’s climate is determined not so much by the sea and ocean as by the mountains.

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          In the northwest of Spain, the climate is mild and humid, with low temperature fluctuations throughout the year and high rainfall. Constant winds blow from the Atlantic, bringing a lot of moisture, mainly in winter, and at this time foggy and cloudy weather prevails with drizzling rain, but almost without frost and snow. In summer it is hot and humid here.

          On the plateau of Old and New Castile, due to its high altitude, there are sharp fluctuations in temperature with seasons. Here there are rather cold winters with frosts and strong, harsh winds, and summers are very hot and dry. The capital of Spain
          Madrid, located in the heart of the Iberian Peninsula, freezes from the cold during the winter months and “roasts” in the sun in the summer.

          On the Mediterranean coast, as well as on the islands of Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza, the climate is warm and mild. Temperatures rarely drop below 0°C in winter, while the rest of Europe is coping with snow and frost, and in summer it is very hot, sometimes +40°C and above, but this heat is easier to bear due to sea breezes.

          Well, the Canary Islands, far from Spain, are warm and sunny all year round. Winter is warm enough
          +20 – +25°C, and very hot in summer.

          Winter in Spain starts in early December and lasts until March. The Spanish winter is mild and warm, sometimes rainy, in most of the country. At the beginning of winter it is still relatively warm, in Madrid the average daily air temperature is + 9 ° C, but at night it is much cooler –
          around +2°C. Barcelona boasts a more pleasant climate – here in December, on average, the daytime temperature reaches +14 – +17 ° C, although there is simply no question of any beach holiday. Despite this, December in Spain is a pleasant month for walking and traveling, as it is quite warm and sunny everywhere. In the second half of December, the temperature slowly but surely declines in the mountains of Spain, at which time the ski season opens. In the highlands, frosts and heavy snowfalls are not uncommon in winter.

          But in the Canary Islands – winter time, no doubt, the season of cold snaps, but there can be no talk of the usual winter in our understanding. During the daytime, the average air temperature in the Canary Islands rarely drops below +20°C, but in the evening it becomes much cooler.

          However, the winter months in Spain bring many surprises. The weather can be quite unpredictable, the bright sun will suddenly be replaced by a strong wind, or it will rain. The warmest place in continental Spain in January will be in the south of the country: in Malaga, the average daily temperature in January is + 17 ° C, and at night –
          +7 °C. It’s cooler in the A Coruña area –
          here during the day about + 12 ° C, and at night –
          +6°C. It will be even colder in the central part of the country, for example, in Madrid, the average temperature during the day is –
          +10°C, and at night –
          around +3°C.

          The Canary Islands even in January pamper tourists with good weather. During the day here, on average, +22°C, and the most daring can even swim, as the water in the Atlantic Ocean will be about +19°C. Only clouds or strong winds can spoil the paradise idyll, as cyclones pass through the Canary archipelago at this time, and it can rain for several days.

          The last winter month – February, gives the most unpredictable weather. The sun is shining now, it will rain in an hour, and tomorrow morning expect snow. Often such climatic changes are accompanied by strong gusty cold winds. And if on the southern coast of Spain in February it is already warm in spring, the average temperature during the day is + 18 ° C, then in the north-west of the country the daily temperature is about + 13 ° C, and in the central part it is about + 11 ° C at all.

          Only the Canary Islands can bring real warmth in Spain in February. Here, the February air warms up to +22°C, the water in the Atlantic also gets warmer, and already reaches +20°C. It rains in February in the Canary Islands, but they are not prolonged.

          Spring in Spain starts at the beginning of March, so you don’t have to wait long. The Spanish spring is a warm sunny and very romantic time. At the beginning of spring in the north of Spain, the rainy season begins, when the greatest amount of precipitation falls. But, in general, the air temperature everywhere is steadily rising upwards, and is already much warmer than in February. In the Malaga area, the average daily temperature in March is +19°C, and night –
          +9°C. Also, it is quite warm in A Coruña, where the daytime temperature is about +13°C, and the nighttime temperature is also +9°C. It warms up well in early spring and the central part of Spain, in Madrid and throughout the central part, the average temperature during the day is –
          +16°C, at night –
          +9°C.

          In April it gets even hotter in Spain, this is a real spring month, with a riot of colors and pleasant aromas – everything begins to bloom! The rains in April become less and less intense. The air temperature is steadily rising and reaches +21°C in the daytime in Malaga, +14°C in A Coruña and +18°C in Madrid. In mid-April, in the southern regions of Spain and the Balearic Islands – Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza, the holiday season begins, because the sea water temperature approaches + 20 ° C, but it’s too early to swim on the east coast of Spain, in the Barcelona area the water is still cool.

          A real beach holiday in April awaits the guests of Spain in the Canary Islands. Spring here is amazing, the average daily air temperature is kept at around +25°C, and the water in the ocean is warmed up to +22°C. The proximity of the cold ocean current noticeably softens the heat inherent in this region. Precipitation in April in the Canary Islands is possible, but they are short-lived.

          Summer in Spain begins in early May and lasts quite a long time – until early October. In general, the Spanish summer can be described as very hot and dry. Sometimes, when hot air masses from tropical Africa reach the coast of Spain, the temperature rises to +37 – +40°C
          and above, and the territory of the country, becomes like a hot frying pan.

          May will please with warm days, sunny, but still relatively not hot weather. The sun is shining brighter, and in the second half of May, throughout Spain, real summer comes. It will be very warm in the south of Spain, near the city of Malaga, the average daytime temperature in May will be + 24 ° C, and at night –
          +13°C. On the northwest coast in A Coruña, the May day temperature will be around +18°C, dropping to +11°C at night. It will also be warm in Madrid – during the day + 20 ° C, at night –
          +11°C. In May, the beach season begins on the east coast of Spain – sea water in the Barcelona area is warmed up to +19- +20°C.

          In June the weather in Spain is more stable than in May. A wonderful month for a beach holiday, moderately hot and dry, the water in the Mediterranean Sea is warmed up to +22°C. This is the best month for a beach holiday with young children, and the sun is not hot yet, so the chances of sunburn and heatstroke are very low. You can spend days on end, lying on a sun lounger, comfortably sitting on the shore. The idyllic picture of relaxation is complemented by vineyards blooming in June, of which there are a huge number in Spain. The southern part of Spain will be the hottest, in the Malaga region, the average daytime temperature in June is + 27 ° C, and at night –
          +17°C. In the central part of Spain, in particular, in Madrid, it is also hot in June, the average temperature during the day is + 27 ° C, at night –
          around +15°C. The coolest place will be on the Atlantic coast of Spain, in La Coruña the daytime temperature averages around +22°C, dropping to +13°C at night.

          In June, you can have a great rest in the Canary Islands, because here, at this time, there is little rain, and the dry and hot wind from the Sahara, along with the south trade wind, balancing each other, do not spoil the picture. The average daily temperature in Tenerife in June is +25°C, and the water in the ocean reaches +23°C.

          The weather in July in Spain is very hot and dry, there are practically no clouds in the sky, although sometimes it can rain in the north, but very rarely. It does not rain inside the country and in the south, the weather does not present unpleasant surprises to residents and tourists. Summer is in full swing! In July, there are a lot of tourists in Spain, the country’s beaches are literally “teeming” with vacationers. The water in the Mediterranean Sea warms up to +24°C, so water procedures bring unprecedented pleasure.

          It is hot in July throughout the country, the average daily air temperature varies from +28°C to +32°C, but the real heat reigns in the south of Spain. In Seville –
          one of the hottest cities in Europe, the average temperature in July during the day is +35°C! At night it is somewhat cooler, but still quite hot: around +22 – +25°C.

          The weather in Spain in August is really hot, in addition, this month is very stuffy –
          it is very difficult to work in cities, therefore, even the Spaniards themselves tend to go on vacation this month, to the sea. As a result, in August there are a lot of vacationers in Spain, prices are very high, and places must be booked everywhere in advance. In the north of Spain in August, the weather is a little changeable, sometimes the sky is overcast and it rains, there are real showers. But in central and southern Spain, you don’t have to wait for rain – it’s very hot here, and there is not a cloud in the sky.

          The average daily air temperature in August in Spain ranges from +30°C to +35°C. Sometimes a cool pleasant breeze blows from the sea. On the coast, you can refresh yourself by swimming, because the water in August is ideal for swimming and diving, and its temperature is + 25 – + 26°C! During short nights the heat subsides and the temperature is about +20 – +26°C.

          September in Spain is such a warm and comfortable month that it can safely be considered a summer period. At this time in Spain, the weather is always warm and sunny, the heat gradually recedes, the vacation season ends, the new school year begins. And the weather, also, continues to please, there are no more noisy crowds of tourists, a quiet, calm, pleasant time. Average daily temperatures in September stay at +25 – +30°C, dropping to +20 – +22°C at night.

          The water in the Mediterranean Sea warmed up during the summer months, and now its temperature is not lower than +25°C, so swimming will be magical. There is very little rain in the south of the country, and if they do pass, they quickly end, only pleasantly refreshing the earth. But the central and eastern parts of the country in September are well supplied with precipitation, although, in general, beach holidays are also possible here. Unpleasant weather surprises can overshadow a holiday in Spain at the end of September. Storms occur near the coast when heavy winds do not allow you to comfortably walk along the streets of cities.

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          Autumn in Spain starts in early October and lasts 2 months, until December. October in most of Spain
          this is the closing of the season, the air temperature drops to +20 – +25°C, on average, across the country. At night it becomes even cooler, especially near coastal areas, the air cools down to +15°C. The water in the Mediterranean is still quite warm, retaining the energy accumulated over the summer, in October its temperature is about +20 – +22°C. But, you can swim comfortably only in the south of the country, and even then not always, since in October it often rains everywhere in Spain, and outright storms with heavy winds can occur on the coasts.

          A good beach holiday in October is possible in the Canary Islands. Here, the average daily air temperature is kept at around + 26 ° C, and the water in the Atlantic –
          +23 – +24°C, God himself ordered to swim in October. Rains on the islands in October are possible, but unlikely, in any case, the rest here will be more comfortable than in the continental part of the country.

          In November, the picture completely changes, the weather this month is extremely unstable, the sky is overcast, it often rains, accompanied by strong gusty winds, in general, this month is not for rest. There are, on average, no more than 10 sunny days in November. The average daily air temperature is +13 – +16°C, and the nighttime temperature often drops to +6°C. A little warmer in Malaga, Alicante, Ceuta and some other cities in the south of the country –
          Here the air warms up to +20°C during the day. The water of the Mediterranean Sea in November is still relatively warm, its temperature is +19°C, however, due to the lack of sun, no one bathes.

          November is not a hindrance for a beach holiday in the Canary Islands, here, as before, it is warm and comfortable, mild summer continues all year round. Compared to October, air and water temperatures slightly decrease, and daylight hours noticeably decrease, but, in general, it is also comfortable to relax, as in October. Moreover, the smallest average annual temperature range on the planet is recorded here, which means that the change of seasons in the Canary Islands is practically not noticeable.

          Precipitation in Spain is relatively low and distributed very unevenly. More than half of the territory of Spain receives less than 500 mm of precipitation annually, and only about 20% – more than 1,000 mm. It is customary to single out “wet” and “dry” Spain. The border between them runs along the Galician massif and the Cantabrian mountains. Annual precipitation in “wet” Spain averages 900 mm, in the “dry” part of the country, as a rule, does not exceed 500 mm. For example, the average annual rainfall in the northwest of the country and on the western slopes of the Pyrenees reaches 1,600 mm or more, while on the Aragonese plateau and in La Mancha it is less than 250 mm. The Andalusian lowland, open to western winds carrying moisture from the Atlantic Ocean, is sufficiently supplied with precipitation, for example, in Seville, the average annual precipitation is slightly more than 500 mm. The capital of Spain
          Madrid has an average annual rainfall of 410 mm.

          Little rainfall in the Canary Islands –
          from 250 to 400 mm per year. Fuerteventura, Lanzarote and the southern regions of Gran Canaria and Tenerife are arid – no more than 200 mm per year falls here, but much more rainfall in the mountains. The rains here are very heavy, but short-lived, and are often accompanied by thunderstorms.

          When to go to Spain.
          Spain is so multifaceted that one can easily say that you will be welcome here all year round and you will surely find something to spend your time. However, if you clearly know the purpose of your visit to the country, it would be nice to decide in advance on the season.

          So, Spain, first of all, it’s huge wide beaches, and crazy opportunities for a beach holiday. You can swim and sunbathe in Spain from May until October. May and September attract with moderate prices and the absence of crowds of frantic tourists. But July and August are the peak months for a beach holiday – at this time the hottest weather sets in, this is the height of the holiday season and school holidays, therefore, there are a lot of vacationers here, and the prices for everything are crazy.

          In the Canary Islands the climate is milder, the beach season here is possible all year round, but, nevertheless, it is most pleasant in the warm season – from April to November. The air temperature and water in the Atlantic Ocean warm up to quite comfortable temperatures. A beach holiday is also possible here in the winter – however, tourists are waiting for lower air temperatures and cool water, and besides, a few rainy days can spoil the vacation. But, in general, it is comfortable to relax in the Canary Islands, both in winter and in summer.

          Spain has an incredible number of attractions. Palaces, ancient castles, incredible nature, all this is intertwined into an endless mosaic, where incredible discoveries await you at every step. And if you are not a fan of roasting in the sun, but are ready for new adventures, then it’s time to go on a sightseeing tour of Spain! For this, it is better to choose cool sunny months – March, April or October. Cool weather will allow you to wander through the streets of old cities, or explore ancient fortresses.

          If you decide to visit the country on a city tour, or go for a few days or a week to Barcelona, ​​Madrid, or Seville, you can safely come here in the winter months. There are not so many tourists at this time, and housing prices are more than acceptable.

          Few people know that there are real ski resorts in the high mountains of Spain. This is where the peak of the winter season is! The main part of the ski resorts is located in the Pyrenees, near the border with France
          . As a rule, in such well-known resorts as Baquera-Beret and La Molina, the ski season begins in mid-December and ends in mid-late March.

          Spain is beautiful at any time of the year, you just need to decide what kind of holiday you want from this country. And she will gladly show you all her facets, all the best, and certainly no autumn rain will prevent you from admiring her beauty …

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          Choosing when to go on vacation, we always mentally imagine the countries that we can visit. After “closure”
          beach holidays in and, there are still many interesting destinations. One of them is Spain. While not the most economical option, it is in demand among Russians this year.

          Can be called year-round. For beach lovers, it will open from May to November, but in the Caribbean, you can continue swimming for much longer. Excursion routes will be comfortable in the spring-autumn period, and ski resorts will invite amateur athletes from December to April.

          The climate in Spain varies from region to region. The coldest is on the Costa Brava. This is the northernmost region of Spain. On the border with France in the mountains of Sierra Leone there are ski slopes. However, they are also in the south, not far from the city of Granada. The warmest in the Canary Islands. You can sunbathe there all year round. The more daring can even swim in January.

          Spanish weather by month

          In January In February In March In April In May In June
          In July In August In September In October In November In December
          Month Day Night Sea Sunny days
          January 13.6-16.3 8.1-12.2 13.6-15.5 18-23
          February 13.1-15.6 7.3-11.1 12.8-14.5 18-21
          March 15.5-17.6 9.3-12.3 13.1-15.0 21-29
          April 18.3-20.1 11.7-14.4 14.4-16.6 20-26
          May 21.1-24.2 14.8-16.9 17. 1-18.8 24-29
          June 25.6-28.5 18.6-19.6 19.8-22.5 25-30
          July 28.3-32.1 21.3-22.6 22.5-25.7 26-31
          August 29.1-32.8 21.8-23.6 23.2-26.7 28-31
          September 26.3-29.4 19.4-21.2 22.2-25.5 24-28
          October 22.8-25.8 16.5-19.5 20.1-22.7 22-27
          November 17.7-20.4 12.4-15.4 17.5-19.4 19-23
          December 14.7-18.1 8.6-13.1 15.3-16.7 22-26

          Now let’s talk about several popular resort cities located in different parts of the coast:

          Barcelona

          The coldest place of the presented. The swimming season here starts later than everyone else – in June, and ends earlier, in late September – early October. There are much more sunny days than in the European part of Russia, and you can enjoy the sun here even in winter.

          From here it is easiest to get to the ski resorts and warm sea coasts. From Barcelona there are high-speed trains throughout Spain.

          The most uncomfortable and windy weather begins in February and ends in April, giving way to warm air – the precursor of the summer heat. The maximum summer temperature is +28. Mountains and forests in the north of the region contribute to this. The sea also does not differ in increased warmth – + 23-24. In the Canary Islands, even in winter, its temperature is about +20.

          Alicante

          This city is much south of Barcelona and the weather is a couple of degrees warmer. However, the beach season in Alicante starts only 1-2 weeks earlier. Winter is very comfortable and sunny, especially in December and January. The daily temperature does not drop below 15 degrees Celsius, and the sea temperature is below 13.

          It rains most often in October and November, but they are not too much. You can still swim during this time.

          March-April also “please”
          precipitation. In combination with coastal winds, this does not create a comfortable environment in the coastal zone. But this is an ideal time for excursions around the country. In summer +30 and warm sea up to +26 will delight parents with children and lovers of bathing in “fresh milk”
          .

          Malaga

          The capital of Andalusia pleases with hot sun and cool sea. Even in August, the sea here is 2-3 degrees colder than in Alicante. The reason for this is the proximity to the Atlantic ocean currents. Which even through the narrow Strait of Gibraltar fall into this part of the Mediterranean Sea.

          In winter, the situation is reversed. The sea is warmer than in the north and the air remains warm up to +18.

          This region is considered one of the best in Spain for sightseeing holidays. But it is not very suitable for beach activities and families with children because of the cool sea. However, the prices here are quite high.

          Cadiz

          Cadiz is a completely different coast – the Atlantic. There are wide beaches, clean sand. The swimming season opens in May and ends in October. High ocean waves allow you to practice various sports. In a long strip of surf, even the smallest will be comfortable. Due to the strong influence of the ocean, the climate is more even.

          It rains more than in the Mediterranean. Cadiz is one of the oldest European cities, so it is popular not only for its beaches. In winter, it will be very pleasant to be here for an educational purpose or for those who just want to breathe in the ocean air.

          More than 20 sunny days per month, this is an additional comfort factor. After all, the northerners miss the sun so much, especially in the cold and gloomy autumn.

          What they offer (temperature data given day/night/sea/number of sunny days):

          Month
          January 15.2/10.4/15.0/20 20.0/17.3/20.0/19-27
          February 14.1/8.9/14.1/15 19.3/16.3/19.1/15-26
          March 16.6/10.1/14.2/20 20.1/16.5/18.8/21-29
          April 20.0/12.6/15.9/22 21.3/17.5/19.5/20-28
          May 23.4/15.7/18.7/25 23.3/19.0/20.4/21-29
          June 28.1/19.5/22.6/28 25.1/20.3/21.3/23-30
          July 31.0/22.5/25.8/30 26.9/21.5/22.3/20-31
          August 31.9/23.5/26.8/28 27.5/22.7/23.2/21-30
          September 28.6/21.6/25.7/25 27.7/23.0/24.4/23-28
          October 25. 0/18.9/23.4/23 26.4/22.4/24.0/22-27
          November 19.5/14.9/19.8/16 23.5/20.2/22.7/17-27
          December 16.4/11.2/16.7/20 21.6/18.4/21.1/22-28

          The Balearic Islands have a wonderful temperate Mediterranean climate. Proximity to African shores makes it warmer than on the mainland. The sea keeps the temperature from rising too much in summer and falling too low in winter.

          The beach season here lasts a little longer, until November. The hot summer is cooled by the island breeze, so it is very comfortable to be here. There is more rainfall than in mainland resorts.

          The rainiest months are November and February. The sun will not come out from behind the clouds every day, but the air temperature + 15-20 completely compensates for this shortcoming.

          All Canary Islands of volcanic origin. The mountain range each of them is divided into 2 parts – northern and southern. The weather at both ends of the island can be drastically different. If it is raining at one end, a strong wind is blowing and a maximum of +20, then at the other it is quiet, sunny, warm and +26. The difference in average annual temperatures here does not exceed 10 degrees Celsius.

          Looking at the table, you can see that the air and sea temperatures in the north and in the south are not much different, but the number of sunny days on the south coast is one and a half times more.

          The beach season in the Canary Islands lasts almost the whole year. Of course, only seasoned swimmers can swim from December to April. After all, the sea temperature will be about +20 degrees. Also, here you can lie in the snow, if you climb the tops of volcanoes in the winter months. They do not reach the ski resorts, but it is absolutely real to admire the snow-white hats. Due to the uniqueness of the islands, vacation prices are much higher than on the mainland.

          We hope that with the help of our article you learned something new about the weather in Spain by months and we helped you decide on the place of your upcoming vacation.

          Have a nice trip!

          The whole territory of Spain can be conditionally divided into three parts according to the characteristics of its Mediterranean in the south of the country, continental in its central parts and Atlantic in the northwest of the country. In addition, the alpine character of the climate in the region of the Pyrenees, the semi-arid climate of Murcia, and the subtropical climate of the Canary Islands should be specially highlighted. Accordingly, the temperature in Spain by months will depend on which territory is in question.

          Atlantic climate: Galicia

          The Atlantic climate is characteristic of the north and especially northwest of Spain. This territory is often called “green Spain” and includes part of the Pyrenees and the territory of Galicia.

          In this part of Spain, the monthly temperatures are such that the winters are relatively mild and the summers are hot. Precipitation is evenly distributed throughout the year and falls in large quantities. The climate of the northwest of the country along the Atlantic coast is strongly influenced by the Gulf Stream. The weather here is warm, humid and cloudy almost all year round. In autumn, this part of Spain receives the most precipitation, while summer is relatively sunny and characterized by low temperatures. Temperature differences during the day and at night are small.

          The weather of Galicia is a prime example of the Atlantic climate in Spain. The average summer temperature here ranges from +20 °C to +25 °C. At the beginning of summer it is not so hot. So, in this part of Spain the weather in June is warm, the average temperature is +16 … +18 °C. In winter, these figures fall to +10 … +12 ° C, very rarely the thermometer in winter drops below 0 ° C.

          The rainy season in Galicia covers autumn, spring and winter. When moving from the northwest to the southeast of the Atlantic climate zone, the number of days a year when it rains decreases from 150 to 110. Therefore, the best time to visit the northwest of Spain is summer, the weather from June to August is quite sunny and warm.

          Continental climate: Madrid

          This type of climate is typical for most of the central territory of Spain, which is located on the central plateau and in the valley of the Ebro River. The main features of the continental climate in this region are as follows:

          • in this part of Spain, temperatures vary by month, and also during the day and night, have strong differences;
          • irregular precipitation, the average values ​​of which vary between 400 – 500 mm per year.

          Northern central Spain is characterized by two periods of rain: from April to June and from October to November. In south-central Spain, in turn, heavy rains come in autumn, as well as in spring, in March. Here summers are always hot and dry, while winters are cold and windy. Frosts often occur in winter, and it snows in mountainous areas. In this part of Spain, the air temperature varies greatly from month to month, from +2 °C in January and February to +32 °C in July and August. Peak summer temperatures often occur here, which reach +40 °C, while at night the temperature drops to +10 °C.

          Mediterranean climate

          Spain’s Mediterranean climate stretches along the entire southern coast of the country, from the Pyrenees to Andalusia. A feature of this type of climate is mild winters, long and hot summers, pleasing landscapes in spring and rainy autumn.

          This part of Spain is strongly influenced by the humid Mediterranean winds and the dry and hot winds from northern Africa. All this leads to smaller annual temperature drops. So, on the Mediterranean coast, the average temperature in Spain in summer is +22 … +27 °C. Moreover, in the interior of the country at this time the air warms up to +29… +31 °C. In this part of Spain, the average temperature in winter is between +10 … +13 °C, and in the interior it is several degrees lower.

          The climate of Andalusia

          Andalusia is one of the hottest regions not only in Spain, but throughout Europe. Thus, the maximum temperatures here were recorded in the Guadalquivir river basin in Cordoba and Seville, they amounted to +46.6 °C. In the mountainous regions of Andalusia, in turn, the lowest temperatures of the entire southern part of the Iberian Peninsula were recorded, in January 2005, for example, -21 ° C in the city of Santiago de Espada, province of Jaen.

          Andalusia has a mild Mediterranean climate with hot and dry summers and mild winters with irregular rainfall. If we talk about the temperature by months for Spain, then in this part of the country in July and August they are the highest and often reach +40 ° C. Strong annual temperature fluctuations are observed away from the sea, where summers are very hot and winters are cold. When moving from west to east through the territory of Andalusia, the climate becomes more arid. The best time to visit Andalusia is from March to June or from mid-September to November.

          This name refers to the coastal area, which begins in the city of Blanes and ends at the border with France at Portbou. The length of the Costa Brava is 214 kilometers. The coast is located in the regions of Upper Ampurdan, Lower Ampurdan and La Selva, which are located in the Catalan province of Girona.

          Thanks to the mild Mediterranean climate, when winters are not cold and summers are characterized by relatively low temperatures, the famous resorts of Spain are located in the Costa Brava, for example, Lloret de Mar, Tossa de Mar, Roses, Playa de Aro, Cadaqués and others. The average annual temperature here ranges from +14 °C to +20 °C. The hottest weather is in July and August, the average temperatures here are +25 … +28 ° C, it often rains at the end of autumn, and the winter months are quite cool.

          If we talk about the water temperature by months in the resorts of Spain in the Costa Brava, it should be noted that from July to September it is above +24 °C, and in June and October the water warms up to +21 °C. During the rest of the year, the water in the sea is colder.

          Canary Islands

          The climate here is subtropical, characterized by minimal annual temperature changes. Thus, the maximum average temperatures here are +20 … +30 °C, while the minimum average temperatures range between +15 °C and +21 °C. Therefore, the Canary Islands are called the islands of “Eternal Spring”.

          Many magnificent resorts in Spain are located on the Canary Islands, for example, the English beach, the port of Carmen, Adeje, Corralejo and others. On these islands of Spain, the weather by months and the water temperature allow you to come here to relax at any time of the year, because in January the water here has a temperature of +18 … +19 ° C, and by July it warms up to +22 … +23 ° C.

          Balearic Islands

          Unlike the Canary Islands, which are located near the African continent in the Atlantic Ocean, the Balearic Islands are located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea and enjoy a relatively mild climate throughout the year. It often rains here in October and November, and the rest of the time the weather is quite clear.

          It is recommended to visit the Balearic Islands for tourism purposes from May-June to October, because on these islands of Spain the weather in June allows the sea to warm up to +19 °C, and this temperature lasts until mid-autumn. The famous resorts in the Balearic Islands are the city of Ibiza, Playa de Palma, San Antonio, the port of Pollensa.

          When is the best time to visit Spain?

          If we analyze all the information about the weather in Spain by months and the temperature of the water on its beaches, we can say that spring and autumn are the most favorable times to visit the country. If you go to Spain in the summer, especially in the hottest months of July and August, then it is better to limit yourself to its northern part, where the weather is warm.

          Spring is the perfect time to travel to the central part of the country, to Andalusia, the Mediterranean coast and the Balearic Islands. The first half of autumn is the most favorable time of the year to visit the whole country, because the weather in autumn in Spain is wonderful, with a lot of warm sunny days and a warm sea.

          Defined by three climatic zones.
          The weather in the northern part of the country is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. There are always warm summers, and winters are mild and wet. Winter minimum temperature +6..+8°C, maximum +12..+14°C, and summer minimum +12..+15°C, and maximum temperature +20..+24°C.

          The southeast coast is influenced by the Mediterranean climate. Summers are hot and fairly dry, while winters are short and mild. In winter, the minimum temperature is +5..+8°C, the average maximum is +12..+17°C. In the period from June to September, the average minimum temperature is +16..+21°C, and the average maximum temperature is +25..+30°C.

          A sharply continental climate prevails on the central plateau. It is cold in winter and hot in summer. The amount of precipitation is negligible. In winter, the minimum temperature is +1..+3°C, and the maximum is +8..+11°C. In summer, the minimum temperature is +14+18)°C, and the maximum reaches +30°C.

          The best season for recreation is the period from June to October.

          The water temperature in Spain on the continental part from June to mid-October ranges from 20 to 25 degrees. Between November and May, the temperature is quite low – about 15 degrees, but tourists can spend their holidays in Spain at this time of the year in the Canary Islands, where the swimming season is all year round. The water temperature here actually never drops below 18 degrees.

          Monthly weather in Spain

          The geography of mainland Spain is such that three climatic zones can be distinguished here.
          The first is the northern regions on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, which, in fact, determines the climate of this region. Humid, rather warm winters and moderately hot summers are typical for this area.
          The central part of Spain is the second region in which there are quite cold (temperatures around zero degrees) winters and hot dry summers.
          The southeastern regions on the Mediterranean coast make up the third region where the climate is typically subtropical, with hot summers and warm winters.
          The climate on the islands of Menorca, Mallorca and Ibiza is very similar to the climate of its Mediterranean coast: winters are warm, summers are hot and dry. But the Canary Islands can boast of consistently warm weather throughout the year, there is practically no sweltering heat or excessive coolness.

          January
          is the coldest month on the whole of mainland Spain, the average daytime temperature on the coast is around +10 ° C, cold winds often blow, which brings rather unpleasant cold rain. The water temperature in the sea is about +14 °C, so there is no question of any sea bathing. However, the weather in the Canary Islands even at this time of the year indulges beach lovers with warm (about +19°C) with water and even warmer (about +22 °C) air. In the depths of the mainland of the country, the temperature at this time often drops to zero, the weather is not at all kind.

          February
          in the Spanish Mediterranean differs little from January, the water temperature is the same, the air maybe only slightly warmer, hinting at an early spring. However, in Alicante, for example, it is a couple of degrees warmer than in Barcelona. The Canary Islands continue to delight tourists seeking warmth and sunny weather.

          March
          is characterized by a clear stable increase in air temperature: it warms up to +16…+18 °C on average. The water in the sea becomes noticeably warmer – + 15 … + 16 ° С, its typical March temperature. The weather is about the same at this time of the year in the Balearic Islands. Spain is preparing for the start of the beach season, which is so attractive here.

          April
          gives everyone who is yearning for warmth, the weather, in which it is hardly possible to swim in the sea (its temperature is +16 … +17 ° С), but it is quite possible to take sunbaths, lying on the beach in a comfortable sun lounger, inhaling the sea air and listening to the waves whisper about the coming summer, a fresh tan and the pleasures of a beach holiday: the air temperature, typical for April, is around +20 ° C.

          May
          marks the beginning of the beach season. The number of tourists on the coast is noticeably increasing, cafes and restaurants are launching a summer program, the sun is shining in full force, warming the air up to +22…24 °С, and the water near the coast of Spain up to +17…+18 °С. Already not a few dare to swim, and the number of sunbathers on the beach convincingly indicates that the beach season has begun. The weather throughout Spain is such that this is the best time to travel around the country and see its many attractions. Only rains can interfere, the amount of which is impossible to predict.
          It should be noted that throughout the spring the air temperature in the Canary Islands continues to be as comfortable as it was in the winter months.

          June
          in Spain, the month is quite hot, but not exhaustingly sultry. The air temperature is kept in the region of +25 … 26 ° C, and the water warms up to an average of +22 ° C. This is the best month for sea holidays with small children: acclimatization in such weather is easy, and the sun is not yet burning, so the likelihood of sunburn and heat stroke is very small.

          July
          is a hot month, sometimes too hot, the air temperature in the region of +30°C is not uncommon, the water in the sea warms up to +24 . .. +25 °C, that is, it reaches its maximum temperatures. The number of vacationers on the beaches of Spain also reaches its maximum values, because the season of holidays and vacations begins all over Europe.

          August
          is very similar to July: it is hot, the air temperature reaches +30 ° C, and the water temperature is kept at maximum values, then it will be colder. The resort towns are filled with crowds of tourists, they enjoy the favorable climate and generous nature of Spain.

          September
          brings a decrease in the temperature of both water and air. Despite the fact that the sun is still hot, it warms the air only up to +25 ° C, and the water in the sea begins to cool. deo is coming to autumn, but the holiday season is not over either on the ocean or on the Mediterranean coast.

          October
          brings coolness and makes you remember that winter is coming soon. It is not cold yet, the daytime temperature still slightly exceeds +20 ° C, but vacationers are gradually leaving the resort towns, it is becoming quieter, calmer and more boring. But for such weather, it is reasonable to plan sightseeing, of which there are many in Spain.

          November
          – autumn month, with rains, with a cool wind. For northerners, the average daytime temperature in September – +16 … +17 ° С – will seem quite warm, but it does not in any way favor a beach holiday. Perhaps, in the Canary Islands, where it is still warm and comfortable, where the mild summer continues all year round.

          December
          brings with it cold rains and wind, the air temperature barely reaches +10…+12 °С, and farther from the sea it is even lower: winter… Spain is getting ready for Christmas and lives with memories of summer. On the other hand, December is the beginning of the ski season in the country, so there will be no time to indulge in sad thoughts about summer for a long time.

          Spain
          is a beautiful country to visit at any time of the year. It captivates tourists with its special atmosphere, wonderful climate and great opportunities for varied recreation.

          During the trip, you can combine a beach holiday, as well as acquaintance with ancient sights. The temperature in Spain by months and the water temperature will help you understand what time of the year it will be more comfortable to relax.

          Spanish climate by regions

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          throughout the country, the amount of precipitation decreases, and the air temperature at lunchtime reaches its peak of +20 degrees. At night it can still be quite cool – up to +13 degrees, so you should take warm clothes with you on vacation. The water temperature in the sea warms up to +17 degrees, but it is still not suitable for swimming.

          Weather conditions in April are slightly different for resorts:

          • — +18°C during the day, +12°C at night, water — +15 degrees;
          • Valencia
          • Malaga
            – +21°C during the day, +14°C at night, water – +18 degrees;
          • Ibiza
            – +19°C during the day, +14°C at night, water – +16 degrees;
          • Costa Brava
            – +18°C during the day, +10°C at night, water – +14 degrees;
          • Costa Blanca
            – +21°C during the day, +14°C at night, water – +15 degrees;
          • Salou
            – +19°C during the day, +14°C at night, water – +15 degrees;
          • Mallorca
            – +18°C during the day, +14°C at night, water – +15 degrees;
          • Tenerife
            – +22°C during the day, +14°C at night, water – +19 degrees;
          • Torrevieja
            – + 21 ° C during the day, + 14 ° C at night, water – +16 degrees;
          • San Sebastian
            – + 16 ° C during the day, + 10 ° C at night, water – +14 degrees;
          • Marbella
            – + 21 ° C during the day, + 11 ° C at night, water – +16 degrees.

          In the resorts of the province of Alicante
          in April during the daytime it is quite warm – the air temperature reaches +21°C, and at night the thermometer drops to +15°C.

          May
          in Spain starts the holiday season. Across the country, numerous hotels on the coast are opening, ready to receive tourists. The water in the Mediterranean Sea is great for swimming. Its temperature is +20 degrees, and in some regions even a couple of degrees higher.

          At the same time, rains in May are rare, as is wind, and the air temperature throughout the country in the daytime is about +20-24 degrees.

          Summer

          Summer in Spain is the best time to relax. During this period, the sea and air in all parts of the country warm up to excellent temperatures, and almost always a clear sky pleases with warm and sunny days. Also, fruits and vegetables ripen everywhere, and bright festivals are held in honor of this, among which the most famous is “Tomantina”
          .

          The air temperature is not as high as during the peak season. Throughout Spain, the air warms up to + 23 ° С from early morning. Such weather conditions are great for those who plan to combine beach and sightseeing holidays. During this period, the most favorable temperature for relaxation is on the coast of Andalusia, Valencia, on the Costa Brava, as well as in the south of Catalonia. The air temperature in the regions warms up to +25 degrees, as does the water in the sea.

          July
          and August
          across the country is equally fine holiday weather, which is great for a relaxed beach holiday. Temperature indicators during this period reach a maximum – + 27-32 ° C during the day and + 20 ° C in the evenings. The water in the sea warms up to + 26-27 degrees. In addition, a dry and hot wind blows from the sea, which further increases the feeling of heat, this is especially noticeable in the Canary Islands.

          If you don’t really like the heat, but really want to swim, then you should go to the resorts located on the Canary Islands, the Costa Blanca and the Costa Dorada, as well as the beaches of the Balearic Islands.

          Autumn

          In the autumn season in Spain begins the real velvet season
          . In September, the weather is just as beautiful as in previous months, so the number of tourists here does not subside. The sea continues to keep warm until the middle of the season.

          September
          is the best weather for autumn holidays. During this period, the daily temperature is fully consistent with the summer months. The highest air and water temperatures are in Alicante, Benidorm, Malaga, Ibiza and Tenerife. Daily rates at these resorts reach +28-29°C, and water – +25°C. A couple of degrees cooler in the Costa Brava, Valencia and Salou.

          In October
          the weather deteriorates noticeably. Air in comparison with the previous month cools down by 5-6 degrees. There are more cloudy days and more rain. However, even during this period it is quite easy to find warm and clear days suitable for swimming and trips to the sights of the country. The sea in October warms up to + 23-25 ​​degrees.

          A full-fledged autumn begins in Spain. The resorts of the country are closed until spring, only the Canary Islands continue to have sunny and rather warm weather for relaxing on the coast. The air cools down to +17-20 degrees, and at night it becomes very cool – up to +14 degrees. The sea is not suitable for swimming – the water temperature drops to +18 degrees. Strong winds and rain can spoil the rest a little.

          When is the best time to go?

          Spain is ideal for all types of holidays. This country has the best beaches in Europe, as well as an abundance of the most interesting ancient and modern sights.

          High season

          Best time
          for holidays in Spain starts in May and ends in October. This season is characterized by an abundance of clear days, as well as high temperature indicators of air and water.

          During the first and last month of the resort, the weather conditions are conducive not only to relaxing on the beaches, but also to exciting cultural programs
          . The only disadvantage of such a holiday can be a large number of tourists.

          Rainy season

          Low season
          in Spain is considered April, October as well as the winter months. At this time, rain and cool winds can spoil the rest. But even during these months, tourists visit the country, because the cost of recreation and entertainment during this period is attractive.

          Thanks to the weather conditions, Spain attracts tourists from all over the world almost all year round.

          Watch a video about the climate in Madrid, Spain:

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          What to do in Tenerife in March. How does the island of Tenerife live in March and what awaits “spring” tourists there

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          What is the weather in Tenerife in March, air and water temperature, precipitation. The cost of the tour in March and other information from “Travel The World”.

          March brings the long-awaited spring to Tenerife. And even if it manifests itself rather modestly, by the end of the month the sun is already warming the air quite well. So, what is remarkable about the weather in Tenerife in early spring?

          Air temperature

          The general weather pattern in Tenerife in March is unstable. This is due to the cold winds often blowing from the Atlantic. Nevertheless, the March weather has its positive aspects. This also applies to an increase in the number of sunny days, and a decrease in days with precipitation. The average daily air temperature is 17 C, although for example in 2015 the column rose to +22 C. At night in March it is still quite cool, on average about +11 C. The average wind speed in March is 5.5 m/s, sometimes there are gusts up to 10 m/s.

          March weather map

          Water temperature

          The sea water off the coast of Tenerife is still quite cold in March. Its average level is +18 C, which is still not enough for swimming, although there are lovers of refreshment in such water.

          Tenerife in March

          How to pass the time?

          Most of the entertainment in Tenerife in March is not connected with a beach holiday, or rather with its “bathing” component. But it is already possible to sunbathe, especially in the second half of the month, when the midday sun is already hot. But still, the prevailing holiday in Tenerife in early spring is associated with trips around the island, since, despite the relatively small size, there is something to see here.
          First of all, we are talking about such natural attractions as the Teide volcano, the laurel forest in the Anaga park, the Maska gorge and the wonderful Botanical Garden.

          If you went on vacation with children, then you should definitely visit the real “pearls” of Tenerife:

          • Loro Park with a magnificent penguinarium and a collection of parrots;
          • Monkey Park;
          • Siam Park;
          • Jungle Park.

          Another interesting activity in March is the jousting tournament. This event takes place in the castle of San Miguet and gathers a large number of people who want to immerse themselves in the atmosphere of the Middle Ages. The show runs on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, starts at 19-00. Entrance ticket for an adult will cost 48 euros, for children a 50% discount.

          Siam Park in Tenerife

          Tour in March – the cost of the tour in Tenerife

          The cost of holidays in March is not as high as in the high season, which will start a few months later. If we talk about average figures, then for $ 2000 it will be possible to spend a very good week together. If you’re lucky, then by purchasing some kind of “burning” tour, you can reduce this figure. However, do not forget that you should carefully approach the choice of a travel agency – try to work only with trusted companies.

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          Do you know what people call the island of Tenerife? Island of Eternal Spring! This is because here all year round the weather is like spring: it is not cold, but there is no real heat either. All this is due to the location of the island and the Atlantic Ocean, which also has almost the same temperature all year round. So what’s the point of staying here? The answer is just as simple: it’s beautiful here, it’s great here, and here you can escape from the Russian cold. For example, the weather in Tenerife in March 2020 is much warmer than in southern Russia. And although the temperature of the water in the ocean is not suitable for swimming, you can sunbathe on the beach without any problems. And so, we will tell you about the farthest island of Spain, and what awaits tourists here in early spring.

          As we have already mentioned, Tenerife is located in the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The closest land neighbor is Africa, and this also leaves its mark on the climate. Thanks to this neighborhood, spring comes here earlier, and the air warms up faster. True, this does not affect the temperature of the water in the ocean, but even so, hundreds of thousands of tourists constantly rest here.

          With the advent of March, the amount of precipitation in Tenerife is significantly reduced. For the whole month, 25 millimeters of rain can fall. At the same time, there are no completely rainy days or no more than one. In general, it can rain up to five times in March, and its duration is about three hours.
          The rains are uneven on the island. For example, in the south it can be cloudy and rainy, and at the same time the north of the island will illuminate the sun and warm tourists. It is also often possible to observe showers and thunderstorms in the ocean, and there will be comfortable sunny weather on the shore.

          Comfortable sunny weather on the island at the beginning of spring happens quite often. If you believe the statistics of weather and climate observations, then in March there are about 20 sunny days. On such days, the sun shines for more than 70% of the entire daylight hours and is only occasionally hidden behind the clouds. And the daylight hours have already become much longer, and if in the first days of March it was 11.6 hours, then by the end of the month it is already 12.4 hours. This is great news for vacationers as they can spend more time relaxing on the beaches and spending more time under the sun.

          The average air temperature during the day is about +17 degrees Celsius. On sunny days, the air can warm up to +23 and then absolutely all the tourists of the island rest on the beaches. Also, the temperature can be lower, usually it happens in cloudy weather, when the sun is hidden behind the clouds.

          If during the day you can often walk in shorts and light T-shirts, then in the evenings and nights it is better to wear warmer clothes. At night, the air cools down and becomes no higher than +13 degrees. Plus, a breeze begins to blow from the ocean, which is not always warm and pleasant.

          The bright and magical advantage of the island of Tenerife is comfortable weather conditions all year round. Such pleasant weather throughout the year, as in the Canary Islands, cannot be found anywhere else in Europe. And maybe all over the world =)).

          Different spring in the north and south

          The island consists of 4 altitudinal zones, which are separated by a high ridge that holds back the clouds. What does it mean? In different places in Tenerife, the weather, temperature and precipitation are very different from each other. Sometimes 10 degrees! O_o

          First you need to clearly understand that the temperature on the island is very different, in the north it is always colder. Therefore, if you want to relax in Tenerife in March, April or May, then choose the southern resorts. .

          Tenerife is called the island of “eternal spring”, due to the fact that there are no pronounced heat seasons, rains and other unpleasant periods. Tenerife differs from mainland Spain in its mild climate and warm winters.

          To sum up, Tenerife is very nice in spring! Already in March you can sunbathe on the southern beaches, and in April and May you can swim. In the spring, temperatures even out, trees and flowers begin to bloom all over the island! This is a wonderful time for hiking and observing wild beauty.

          Do not forget that the temperature in Tenerife in March, April and May depends more on the place on the island than on the month.

          Tenerife
          (Spain) is a unique Spanish resort with a special climate. Tourists love this island because its coast is always warm and sunny. Such advantages attract here even at a time when it is cloudy and cool in other parts of the country. The weather in Tenerife in March is great for visiting this resort.

          What is the weather like in March in Tenerife?

          Due to its location, Tenerife is hot, and at any time of the year the temperature on the island remains positive, reaching a fairly high level by the standards of Spain.

          Air and water temperature

          Tenerife has a relatively small territory
          , but the climatic conditions in the south and north of the island are markedly different.

          On the south coast of the island, the air is noticeably drier, and there are much more sunny and calm days in this region.

          In the daytime, the air warms up to +22°C, which allows tourists to enjoy walks along the coast, because it is in this part that famous resorts are located
          with the best beaches:

          • Las Americas
            ;
          • Costa Adeje
            ;
          • Los Cristianos
            .

          At night south
          is still quite cool – the thermometer drops to +16 degrees, but at the end of March, night temperatures will exceed +19degrees, which is very comfortable for rest.

          The water temperature in the ocean is not yet suitable for water procedures – it warms up to an average of +19°C. But even despite this, some tourists open the swimming season by the end of March.

          In the second half of the month the temperature of air and water becomes a couple of degrees higher, and a strong wind leaves the coast of the island.

          North
          Tenerife is a little cooler, but this region is mostly where the main attractions of the island are located, so you can take warm clothes with you to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. In this region, the air temperature during the day warms up to +18 degrees, and at night it cools down to +14 degrees. The ocean in this part of Tenerife often rages, and the water temperature is +16 degrees. A strong wind does not give a chance to have a normal and long rest on the coast.

          Weather conditions

          In general, the weather in Tenerife in March can be described as pleasant for beach and sightseeing tourism, especially if this trip is planned to the resorts of the southern coast. With the onset of March, vacationers are pleased with the beautiful sunny and clear weather, as well as the almost complete absence of rain. There are 3 cloudy days in the south of the island, and 6-8 days in the north.

          Cloudy days in Tenerife alternate with sunny ones, so vacationers will have no problems moving around the island. According to reviews, the proximity to the equator, as well as the hot climate, allow burn
          in those moments when the sky is covered with clouds. The rains begin suddenly and also suddenly end, but at the same time, after half an hour, there is not a trace of them left.

          March holiday

          Anyone who wants to go to Tenerife in March will not regret this trip. on the island in the first month of spring brings continuous advantages.

          Pros and cons

          March in Tenerife belongs to the low season
          , but even despite such features, there is always something to do here during this period. Many tourists head to the south of the country to enjoy clear and sunny days during their holidays, sunbathe on the beaches.

          In March, it is quite easy to find and book on the island at an attractive price
          , while the numbers will meet a variety of requests. In the following months, the beach season starts on the island, so it will be much more difficult to get to local resorts. Tickets to the island, entertainment programs and excursions are also quite cheap.

          Even the temperature difference is positive
          affects the holidays in Tenerife in March. During this period, newlyweds and families with children choose the south coast for recreation, and those who cannot stand the heat, but want to enjoy their vacation on the coast, go to the north.

          Slightly cooler climate conditions are ideal for those with health problems.

          Of the minuses of rest in March, it is worth noting that a sandstorm from the Sahara will most likely come to the island. This unusual natural phenomenon called Kalima
          brings sand with it, forming an unpleasant haze in the air. Such a “bad weather” lasts about 1-2 days, and then everything returns to its place.

          How to dress and what to take with you?

          If you plan to travel in early March, you should pack not only light items such as a T-shirt, dress or shorts, but also warm clothes
          . It should be remembered that in the evenings it is still quite cool, and a warm sweater, windbreaker or warm shoes will make you feel comfortable. Do not forget about swimwear – local hotels allocate pools with sea water for guests, where you can have a good time on vacation.

          If a trip to Tenerife is planned for the second half of March, then you can immediately limit yourself to a small set of basic items
          , such as swimwear, sunglasses and headwear, as well as light summer clothing and footwear. To avoid sunburn, you can take sunscreen with you.

          When you go to a beach resort, take a look. We have prepared for you a list of things that you may need.

          What to do on the island this month?

          Tourists are impressed by Tenerife, thanks to the large selection of opportunities that appear here even in the off-season. There are a lot of places on the island for exciting leisure activities, from visiting national parks to trips to other islands.

          Beach holidays

          Pleasant sunny days are conducive to an unforgettable vacation on the south coast, where the best resorts of Tenerife are located. In addition to Las Americas, Costa Adeje and Los Cristianos, which are familiar to many, tourists prefer El Medano
          . These beach resorts are sheltered from strong winds, and in addition to relaxing on the coast, there is quite a lot of entertainment here:

          1. Surfing
            ;
          2. Dolphin and whale watching
            ;
          3. Diving
            .

          Boat trips to El Hierro Island are quite popular, where you can also relax on the beach in cozy bays or go diving.

          Excursions and entertainment

          Cognitive leisure in March in Tenerife is very diverse – there really is something to see on the island. The most popular attraction is Teide volcano
          – the highest point not only of the island, but of the whole. You can climb to the top on foot or by funicular and, if you’re lucky with the weather, you can see other islands that make up the Canary archipelago.

          Spain has so many attractive destinations for an amazing holiday. Read on where to go in this country.

          Other popular programs in Tenerife:

          • Masca Gorge
            – a tourist site formed due to flowing lava;
          • Siam Park
            – a popular water park that delights not only children, but also adults;
          • Loro park
            – the most interesting zoo in the botanical garden, which includes a cave with bats, a dolphinarium and a penguinarium.

          In addition, shopping is popular in Tenerife in March
          , especially in Las Americas malls. In the shops you can buy branded items with huge discounts, as well as products made by local craftsmen – local alcohol, spicy sauces, Canarian cigarettes, olivine products, ceramics and embroidery.

          Holidays and festivals

          The most interesting events in March are held in the city of Santa Cruz. This place hosts a carnival dedicated to the celebration of catholic easter
          . During this event, colorful processions and show programs are held in the city.

          When planning a holiday in Tenerife in March, don’t worry about the weather. The climate of this island will allow you to enjoy your vacation as much as possible.

          Watch this video
          , what is the weather like on the coast of Tenerife:

          The first month of spring on the “Island of Eternal Spring” – do you think this does not happen? You are deeply mistaken. Come to Tenerife and see for yourself! Well, first of all, the Tour Calendar invites you to find out what makes this resort attractive in March, and how much tours can cost.

          Weather in Tenerife in March

          While in March in Russia spring is only on the calendar, in Tenerife the onset of this month promises beautiful sunny weather. The mild subtropical climate and proximity to Africa provide the island with consistently warm and sunny days throughout the year. If you decide to go on vacation this month, your suitcase will not be overloaded with heavy things. During the day, summer clothes like shorts, T-shirts, skirts and sundresses are appropriate, and for the evening you will need trousers, a windbreaker or a thick sweater. This wardrobe is relevant not only in the southern resorts, but also during a trip to the north. Although in some cities in this part of the island the temperature is a couple of degrees lower. Excursion to Pico de Teide requires separate equipment. It is very cold there, and in March there is snow even at low altitudes. The ideal option would be a jacket and sturdy boots with durable soles, allowing you to make a difficult climb. Sunscreen and sunglasses are equally important items on the road. It only seems that the sun’s rays are very weak. Even in mountainous areas, the nose can burn. An umbrella is also an indispensable attribute. March weather is often described as unstable. Although, of course, everyone puts their own meaning in this concept. In fact, this means that in the northern regions about 6 days of precipitation are expected, and in the south – at least 4.

          But they do not follow each other in a row and alternate with dry and slightly cloudy ones. In addition, Tenerife repeatedly indulges its guests with a piercing blue clear sky. Now let’s briefly consider its temperature background. In principle, no special changes have occurred in it since February. Is that the nights have become a little warmer. During the day in the capital, which lies on the northeast coast, weather forecasters record an average of +22 ° C. The total duration of sunshine is somewhat lower than in the south. However, during the midday hours, the air tends to warm up much above this mark. Evenings are a little different. As you know, they are not comfortable enough even at the height of summer. This month, the thermometer steadily drops to +14 ° C. Puerto de la Cruz experiences lower numbers – +12..+19°C Apparently, its location in the lowlands affects. Humidity here is slightly elevated, often the sky is covered with a cloudy veil, so there are few people who want to walk on its volcanic sand. In the southern regions, the average value of the absolute maximums is approximately +22 °C, and with darkness the air cools down to +15 °C.

          Despite the fact that Tenerife is adjacent to the Sahara, March is not very suitable for a classic beach holiday. The water is still cool, although some daredevils, it should be noted, take a dip. In any case, for children, bathing is fraught with colds. The first month of spring is more suitable for admiring pastoral landscapes, as during this period outlandish flowers bloom in the meadows and forests and various trees exude a sweet aroma. Renting a car will give you freedom of movement and save a lot of precious vacation time. Fortunately, car rental on the island is not expensive at all. Children will be delighted with amusement parks, while adults will remember interesting cultural programs and cozy evenings in restaurants.

          Beach holidays

          If we consider the option of a beach holiday, then definitely in the southern resorts, where the weather is more pleasant. In early spring, the water temperature in the Atlantic Ocean continues to stay at the same level as in January and February – +19 ° C. According to the “experienced”, only a few enter the water. And even the euphoria that reigns during cruises to watch pilot whales and dolphins (by the way, highly recommended) cannot overcome the fear of their participants. Therefore, a stop for swimming comes out only nominal. But if it is cold for taking sea baths, then the weather is more than suitable for sunny ones. Although the daily maximums will seem unimpressive to someone for reclining on soft velvet sands. In fact, the sun is already palpably hot.

          And sometimes the outdoor thermometer announces all +25..+26 °C. The only thing you need to choose the right beach for sunbathing. It is natural that it be leeward. Such places should be sought on the southwest coast. For example, in Los Cristianos, Las Americas or Costa Adeje. In the southeast, the ocean often storms due to the fact that the wind rose comes from the east, from the African continent. El Medano deserves special mention, a real mecca for surfers. Waves here disturb the water surface almost all year round. So this resort is exclusively sports-oriented. I would also like to draw your attention to the fact that at about three in the afternoon all the beaches begin to empty. Firstly, the sun is setting soon, and secondly, it is getting colder.

          Entertainment and excursions

          To come to Tenerife and not visit the tourist attractions that are rumored all over Europe, even with complete indifference to any educational trips, is simply unrealistic. Your feet will carry you to some point of interest. In addition, the cost of organized tours is not so high. Perhaps the main advantage of the March excursion is the lack of tourist crowds. And this means that on the most “cult” routes, like Loro Parque, the Pueblo Chico themed miniature park or the Teide volcano, it will be relatively calm and free.

          In addition to the places mentioned above, the Pyramids of Guimar are very popular – mysterious stepped structures built by the ancient tribes of the Guanches. Their appearance and layout bear a strong resemblance to the pyramids of Giza in Egypt and those in the Lambayeque Valley in Peru. Relatively recently (in 1998), an ethnographic park was opened on their territory. Every day, a documentary about ancient civilizations is shown in the cinema hall. Those who went on vacation accompanied by the younger generation will not have to worry about what to do with their own children. In addition to Loro Park, which is in the northern part of the island, we recommend that you look into the Eagles Park in Costa Adeje. His calling card is a breathtaking open-air performance of raptors. Along with them, parrots and marabou demonstrate their skills. An excellent alternative to the ocean for children will be Aqualand, which is half empty in winter. The water temperature is maintained at +24 ° C, there are no queues for the slides – beauty and more! The water park offers not only rides, but also go to the dolphin show.

          It is said to be much more spectacular than in Loro Parque. However, this water park is mainly geared towards ages 3-5. For teenagers and adults, there is a direct road to Siam Park, which is notable for its Thai-style design. A pleasant end to the evening can be a tasting of Canarian cuisine from freshly caught fish or rabbit meat. If you are in Las Americas, be sure to splurge on the Carmen Mota flamenco show at the Pyramid of Arona concert hall. Enjoy untold pleasure!

          Holidays and festivals

          The main carnival celebrations in the capital died down already in February. But if you go south, you will still find the enchanting spirit of the carnival. In towns like Playa de la Arena, Puerto de Santiago and Los Gigantes, the fun begins right after it fades in the north.

          As a rule, festive events take place here in the first week of March. After which the baton is taken over (next weekend) by Costa Adeje, Playa de las Americas and El Medano. If Easter falls on this month, consider yourself unspeakably lucky. For the islanders, it is of great importance. And of course, the celebrations are not complete without religious processions. Many cities organize theatrical performances and reenactments of biblical events. Lush parades mark the southern city of Aron and Puerto de la Cruz, in the north of the island.

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          Monthly weather in Spain

          Spain is one of the most colorful countries in Europe, where tourists go to soak up the snow-white beaches of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic, taste ham, spin in a flamenco whirlwind, and tickle your nerves in the bullfight stands. This is a country of striking beauty of cities, interesting museums, ancient monuments and bewitching landscapes. It is also a world fashion center, where the most famous designers regularly visit with shows, and for the convenience of buyers, shopping villages have been created in all major cities. To choose a suitable place and time for recreation, we will discuss the weather in Spain by months.

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          • Spanish climate Features
            • Weather in Spain in the winter
            • weather in Spain in the spring
            • Weather in Spain in the Spanish in the summer
            • Weather in Spain in Spanish in the fall
            • Messages for months in Spanish
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              Features of the climate in Spain

              The coast of Spain is washed by the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, so the climate in the north, southeast and center of the country is different.

              In the north, there are always moderately warm summers and wet winters. The Mediterranean coast is characterized by short winters and dry hot summers. It is always very dry in the center, with hot summers and frosty winters. The temperature difference during the day here can be 15 ºC.

              Winter weather in Spain

              In December, the weather in Spain is still relatively warm. The average temperature in the country is +15 ºC. Only at times a cold wind blows and it rains. Such conditions are conducive to acquaintance with the amazing and unique architecture of Spanish cities.

              If you are going to celebrate Catholic Christmas or New Year on the coast, then it is better to go to the south of the country or to the Canary Islands. During the day, the air here warms up from +17 to +20 ºC.

              In the central part of the country it is much colder: +10 ºC during the day, and at night the temperature can drop to +2 ºC.

              By mid-December, snow falls, and the country is headlong into preparations for the opening of the ski season. This month in the Sierra Nevada and Andalusia, a beach holiday is perfectly combined with descents from snow-covered serpentines.

              January in Spain is considered the coldest month of the year, when the thermometer remains between +5 ºC and +7 ºC, in warmer areas from +10 ºC to +14 ºC. There are more and more rainy days, and a cold wind often blows. So there can be no question of a beach holiday on the mainland.

              You can soak up the gentle rays of the sun only in the Canary Islands: the air here warms up to +22 ºC, water up to +17 ºC.

              On the other hand, the annual winter season of discounts and sales starts at the beginning of January. Going shopping in the numerous markets, shops and boutiques of Milan and Barcelona, ​​you will not only get a lot of trendy things, but also save a lot.

              In February, the weather in northern and central Spain is still too cold and rainy. Snow is possible at times. It gets a little warmer in the southern part of the country: +15–18 ºC.

              Despite the changeable weather, do not deny yourself the pleasure of seeing the sights of Barcelona, ​​Madrid or Grenada, just dress warmly.

              In February, numerous ski resorts in Spain continue to attract lovers of active winter recreation. And in Las Palmas, a colorful and enchanting carnival takes place.

              Weather in Spain in spring

              Despite frequent rains, the weather in Spain in March pleases with a stable increase in water and air temperature. In the north, the air will warm up to +16 ºC, in the central and southern regions – up to +18 ºC and above. Typical March water temperature is +15–16 ºC.

              The beginning of spring in Spain is amazingly beautiful. The Canary Islands are especially picturesque, which are simply buried in greenery and flowers. Cool weather will allow you to see many attractions in any corner of Spain.

              The bullfighting season starts in Madrid, Zaragoza, Cordoba, Bilbao and San Sebastian.

              If you want to visit Spain but are on a budget, choose the April tours. The beach season has not yet begun, so the prices for them are quite reasonable. There is no sweltering heat, the air temperature in most areas is around +20 ºC, and only in the northern regions + 14-16 ºC. The water also becomes a few degrees warmer, but it is still cold to swim.

              In April, the world-famous Seville Fair takes place, where you can buy souvenirs or just have fun. At the fair there are rides, street artists and musicians perform. Tourists are treated to local cuisine, sweets and sherry.

              In mid-May, the beach season begins in Spain. The air temperature in the southern regions of the country reaches +24 ºC, water – +18 ºC. Although it is still cool in the northeastern regions – + 15–18 ºC.

              The number of tourists who want to sunbathe on the Mediterranean coast is growing rapidly, although not everyone dares to swim.

              Excursion programs are becoming more extensive and varied. The weather is only slightly spoiled by the May rains.

              This month in Spain there are celebrations such as Day of Madrid and the Festival of the Holy Cross in the streets of Cordoba and Granada.

              Weather in Spain in summer

              June is the best month for beach relaxation, especially if you are going on holiday with children. The air warms up to +25–26 ºC almost throughout the country, and the sea up to +22 ºC. It is cool only in the northwestern regions – +18 ºC.

              The weather pleases tourists with stability, strong winds subside, rains are extremely rare.

              If you get bored lying on a sun lounger, take a road trip around the country. In addition to various antiquities, a surprise awaits you – the flowering of vineyards.

              July in Spain is considered the most expensive and hottest month among tourists. Daytime temperatures in the country can reach +34 ºC, the Mediterranean Sea warms up to +25–26 ºC, on the Atlantic coast the water is +23 °C. The hottest month is in southern Seville – up to +35 ºC and above.

              The beach season is in full swing. Despite the relatively high prices, the beaches and hotels in Spain are filled with vacationers.

              When you go on a sightseeing tour, make sure that your car or bus has air conditioning. For now, it is best to avoid hiking.

              The weather in August differs little from July. The daytime temperature stays at + 30 ºC, only at night the heat begins to gradually drop to + 22–24 ºC. It is sunny and clear throughout almost the entire territory of the country, only in the north there can be heavy rains. Despite this, the water remains as warm as +24-25 ºC – the peak of the beach season.

              Spanish boutiques delight with great offers and discounts – the summer sales season that began in July continues. In August, discounts reach 70%, but the range of goods is pretty scarce.

              Weather in Spain in autumn

              In the first half of September, the daytime air temperature in southern Spain is still +28–30 ºC, at night it drops to +20 ºC, the water is +23–24 ºC. The beach season continues. Students and families with school-age children have left, so the beaches are much freer.

              In the north and inland the weather is less favorable. Even at the beginning of autumn, rains are not uncommon, the daytime temperature drops to +25 ºC. Much cooler at night.

              Real autumn comes in the second half of the month. More rain in the north. They are also growing in the south. On the coast, there is a high probability of strong winds and storms.

              Despite the vagaries of the weather, Spanish cities still attract and fascinate with their unique beauty.

              With the advent of October, the resorts of Spain are gradually becoming empty. Only the Canary Islands and Ibiza are not losing ground. Here you can swim and sunbathe, enjoying the unique island landscapes.

              The average air temperature on the mainland drops to +22 ºC, on the coast to +15 ºC. The water gradually cools down. There are more and more rainy days.

              At this time, the flow of tourists to Spain decreases, so it becomes much more comfortable to travel around the country, study history and traditions, and get to know the locals. In October, the flamenco festival closes in Seville. This spectacular event is not to be missed.

              November in Spain is a month of heavy rains and piercing winds. The average daily temperature is +17 ºC, which is not at all conducive to a beach holiday. The night temperature drops to +10 ºC, as do the prices for tours and sightseeing tours. But whatever the weather for months in Spain, the service and hospitality of the Spaniards remain at a consistently high level.

              Monthly weather in Spain (average values): Table

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              Month Air temperature Day, °С Air temperature night, ° С Water temperature ° C
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              19 15
              April 21 10 16
              December 15 7 16

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              Climate and weather in Spain
              are quite varied depending on which part of the country you are in. Conventionally, there are several climatic zones in Spain. This is the northern part of Spain, central and southeastern. The northern part of Spain has a rather mild climate with gentle winters. Summer, however, is also not particularly hot here. In general, everything is in moderation, both cold and hot. In the central part of Spain, the climate is the most severe. In winter it is cold and frosty, in summer, on the contrary, it is hot and dry. There is practically no rain. The southeastern part of Spain is characterized by a subtropical climate. It has hot summers without precipitation and warm winters. Overall bathing season in Spain
              opens in May and ends only in September. The most peak months in every sense are from June to August. This also applies to air temperature, it reaches +32°C. At this time, there is also a high season: Europeans, as a rule, prefer August, in June-July there are more Russian tourists. The hottest climate is in the Canary Islands, where the air temperature rarely drops below +20°C. One of the most popular Canary Islands is Tenerife. Detailed description monthly weather in Spain
              see below.


                Weather in January

                The Spanish winter is not capable of thirty-degree frosts and snowstorms. Weather in Spain in January
                is quite warm and soft. The average January air temperature ranges from +8 to +14. And in the Canary Islands it is even warmer, here it is always +20 and above! It is a little colder in the central part of the country, here it is only 5 degrees Celsius, sometimes the temperature rises to 10-13 degrees Celsius. Rains in winter in Spain…


                Weather in February

                Weather in Spain in February
                is the coldest and most changeable: either the sun is shining, or it suddenly rains sharply, and it can even sprinkle with snow! The average temperature is 10-13 degrees Celsius. It rains a lot in Spain in February. However, in the Canary Islands everything is also +21°С.…


                Weather in March

                Spain in March is the beginning of spring, the beginning of the renewal of nature. In March, everything around Spain begins to bloom, and on weather in Spain in March
                pleases with spring warmth. The air temperature rises to +17-19°C. Weather in Spain in March
                brings more sun and less rain. It is still too early to open the swimming season, but in the Canary Islands in March the temperature reaches +24°С, and the water temperature is +20°С…


                Weather in April

                April really warms up after the capricious winter months. April weather in Spain
                is soft and warm. The air warms up to +23°С. There is practically no rain in April, as a rule, in Spain in April it is dry, warm and sunny. On average, the water temperature still does not exceed + 15 ° C, but in Tenerife, Gran Canaria and the Canary Islands in April it is already quite possible to swim. The water temperature here is about + 22 ° С …


                Weather in May

                Spain this month will be remembered for bright holidays, for example, on May 2, Madrid Day is celebrated – a very spectacular event. At this holiday you will be able to see the Spanish military parade with your own eyes. Undoubtedly, you will enjoy May Spain. And not only because mass holidays and fun await you.


                Weather in June

                Weather in Spain in June
                is even hotter than in May. The temperature warms up to +27°-+29C
                . Grape plantations begin to bloom, from which the aroma that stretches through the Spanish streets is simply magnificent! Precipitation in Spain in July is infrequent. The rains are short lived. At this time, the water temperature rises to + 22 ° С, but in the northern part of the country it is about + 18- + 20 ° С
                heat. Weather in June in Spain


                Weather in July

                July Spain will surely please you if you like hot weather. Weather in Spain in July
                is a combination of a great beach holiday with excursion programs. Indeed, in Spain there is something to see. Let’s get back to the weather. The thermometer reaches +30°C, and finally we can say with confidence that a full-fledged summer has come in Spain. The water in the sea becomes even warmer and reaches a temperature of …


                Weather in August

                Weather in Spain in August
                still indulges on hot days. The air temperature is kept at +30 +35°C. It is so hot in the cities of Spain that it becomes more difficult for local residents to work than usual. The night coolness saves from the heat, the air temperature drops to + 26 ° С. And, of course, mainly water refreshes. Its average temperature is +25°C. Coastal breeze…


                Weather in September

                Weather in Spain in September
                allows you to have a great time! In September, it is still warm in summer, but the main flow of tourists has already “dispersed”, so you can enjoy a great vacation without the fuss and inconvenience. The average air temperature is kept at +28°С. The water in the sea is still kept at +24°C. weather in spain in november
                can no longer be called hot. However, November in Spain is the best time for sightseeing tours. In November, ticket prices are much lower compared to the summer period. At the same time, it is warm enough to make the rest comfortable. The average air temperature is +19°С, and the water temperature is 13°С heat. The swimming season is already closed…


                Weather in December

                Weather in December in Spain
                is already, to put it mildly, not summer. The air temperature at this time of the year drops to +13°-+15°С, and the water cools down to +12°С. Tourists who especially want to continue the swimming season should go to the Canary Islands, but even there the water temperature is only +16 °C. But still, in December in Spain you will not get bored. In December, the Spaniards celebrate Christmas, so this…

              Spain
              is a magnificent country where you will find not only a beach holiday by the sea, but also a lot of cultural entertainment and a rich nightlife. The resorts of Spain are not only the territory of the Iberian Peninsula
              but also Balearic Islands
              (Majorca, Ibiza, Formentera, etc.) and Canary Islands
              .

              The main part of the country’s territory is located in a subtropical Mediterranean climate
              . On average, we can say that the coldest
              time – from December to February
              , the warmest
              from June to September
              . Throughout Spain, the thermometer almost never drops below zero.

              Climatically continental Spain
              can be divided into three large areas: the coast of the Mediterranean and Balearic Seas, the Central part and the coast of the Atlantic Ocean
              . The best region for a holiday – south and east coasts
              (mainly territories of Andalusia, Catalonia and Valencia
              ) – coasts Costa Brava, Costa Dorada, Costa del Sol, Costa Blanca
              . The tourist season in this place lasts from May to the end of September
              .

              East
              countries (Catalonia, Valencia) have rainiest months
              September, October and November
              . The average temperature in winter is about +12°C, in summer – about +25°C.

              In its purest form, the subtropical climate is represented by in the southeast
              countries, predominantly in Andalusia. The best climate for tourism is on the Mediterranean coast. It has hot summers and fairly warm and short winters. The southern part is warmer than the eastern part. The average temperature in winter is +16°С, in summer about +28°С. Precipitation is not too much, most of all rains
              runs during from October to March
              .

              On the Mediterranean coast swimming season
              lasts from June to October
              . In June, the water temperature is about +21°C, the maximum warms up in August (+25°C).

              When the beach season comes to an end, there are fewer tourists in Spain, but it is interesting to come here at any time of the year. In November
              and also in March
              and April
              the largest exhibitions are held here (mainly in Madrid and). January to October
              in Spain lasts the season of festivals, which also seek to get tourists from all over the world.

              Central Spain
              the climate is more severe – sharply continental with hot summers and cold winters. In summer, the temperature here reaches + 30 ° C, and in winter it stays around zero. On the coast of the Atlantic Ocean
              maritime climate with fairly cold winters and cool summers. In these areas, the tourism sector is poorly developed, but excursions from the coast are often organized here.


              is a tropical paradise with a unique climate where all year round
              is the tourist bathing season. The Canary Islands are very popular with Europeans who seek to escape from the wet winter to the hot tropics. The climate of the Canary Islands is tropical, rainfall is low here.
              , the weather is constant almost throughout the year. From December to April, the average daytime temperature is about +20°C, from April to November – about +25°C. The water temperature never drops below +20°C. There are different amounts of rainfall on different islands, and the closer to Africa, the more arid the climate. For example, in Tenerife there are practically no rainy days. The peak season in the Canary Islands is not in the summer, but on for New Year holidays
              . This is due to the fact that in summer you can relax on the continental part, where you can get acquainted with the history and culture of the country. In winter, it is quite cold on the coast, so the Canary Islands become an ideal option for Europeans.

              In the Balearic Islands
              the climate is about the same as on the Mediterranean coast. This is the sunniest place in Spain (300 sunny days a year), and bathing season
              lasts a little longer here than on the mainland. The water temperature starts to rise already in April, from May
              you can swim, the maximum sea warms up in August
              , then it starts to cool down gradually, but you can even swim in November
              when the water temperature is around +21°C. In the Balearic Islands, you can relax very economically, so these resorts are often chosen by young people who prefer an active nightlife. Here, a gentle sea breeze blows all the time, which makes it easy to endure the heat.

              Famous not only for beach and sightseeing holidays, but also for ski
              . This season starts in mid-December
              , the main resorts are located in the Pyrenees
              , on the border with France. In Catalonia you can ski and snowboard until March
              .

              Spain has a warm subtropical climate, Mediterranean on the southeast coast and continental on the highlands of the central part of the country.

              Weather in Spain now:

              Hot summers give way to long warm autumns, mild winters on the coast contrast with icy winds in the Meseta Valley area, where snow often falls in winter. But already in February, the mountain terraces near the Mediterranean coast are again shrouded in pink clouds of blossoming almonds.

              Climate of Spain by months:

              Spring

              Spring in Spain, as in most European countries, is one of the most beautiful seasons, pleasing with friendly flowering and a rapid rise in temperature. Especially beautiful and fresh spring in the Canary Islands. On the Mediterranean coast in early March, almost no one bathes in the still cool sea, but the beaches are already starting to heat up from the sun, and by May the air warms up to 26-28 degrees. Spring in the Spanish north begins the season of heavy rains.

              In anticipation of the opening of the beach season in spring, you can see many holidays that are a way of life for the Spaniards. Of the most famous holidays, one can name “Las Fallas”, the Valencian spring festival, which takes place in mid-March, and the festivities in May dedicated to San Isidro, the patron saint of the city. In the Holy Week preceding Easter, mystical religious processions, known as Semana Santa, take place throughout Spain. One of the most spectacular holidays, “Moros and Cristianos”, takes place in the city of Alcoy at the end of April and lasts three days.

              Summer

              In summer, the temperature in the interior of Spain often rises to 38-40 degrees, and the capital is no exception. Due to the suffocating heat, most enterprises close for one of the summer months, and everyone rushes to the sea together, often creating traffic jams not only in cities, but also on highways. July in Spain is the driest of the months, and even at night the air warms up to twenty degrees. The water in the sea is also warm, so in summer the beach season is at its height on the coast. In the Canary Islands, hot African winds are neutralized by the freshness of the south trade winds, creating comfortable conditions for relaxation. In the summer, bullfights take place throughout Spain, and from July 6 to 14, San Fermin is held in Pamplona, ​​accompanied by the famous race through the city streets, ahead of a herd of angry bulls.

              Autumn

              For most of the Spanish resorts, autumn is a blessed velvet season, September weather is like the beginning of summer, and the outflow of vacationers and students has a pleasant effect on prices. The temperature does not rise above the mark of 27 degrees, and the sea during the summer is warmed up to + 22-24C. Gradually the temperature drops, but the beaches are open until November. In the central part of Spain, the likelihood of rain increases, but this is a great time to visit the many museums and architectural monuments, holidays and music festivals. In autumn, the traditional deer rut begins in Spanish forests and reserves, and fans of ecotourism can watch their ritual fights.

              Winter

              A mild winter on the Mediterranean coast of Spain in Cantabria or Asturias can turn into stormy winds or snowfalls from the Atlantic. Humidity is also felt in seaside resorts – this is the time of rains, as if catching up on opportunities missed during the dry summer. And in the Canary Islands, this is the peak of the season, warm and cloudless days. The velvet season in continental Spain continues only on the sunny Andalusian coast, where there are enough theme parks and golf courses. And, of course, winter is the peak season in the ski resorts of Spain. The country is preparing for Christmas, which is celebrated on a grand scale, the New Year, and the final New Year holidays, beloved by children, the Day of the Three Kings.

              Millions of new tourists visit Spain every year. This country is mainly with a warm temperate climate, but there are rare exceptions in geographical area. Therefore, it is important for tourists to know what and where the weather is in order to plan their trip.

              Information for tourists on the weather in Spain by months in 2019

              – in Spain, has a temperate climate. Temperatures vary in different parts of the country. In the central part, the average temperature is 5-7 degrees. In the north of the country, the average temperature is 8-14 degrees, and in the highlands, snow, although rare, sometimes spoils local residents. The East is not much warmer – 12-15 degrees, but the water temperature is 14 degrees on average.

            • February
              – in Spain it is rainy in places, especially in the north of the country, and in some places it may snow. On average, the air temperature can warm up to 14-15 degrees Celsius, and in the central part the temperature is also already warming up to 15 degrees. But it’s still too early to swim, as the water is still 14 degrees on average.
            • Weather in March
              – as in most countries, it is distinguished by the blooming of flowers, aromas and romance. The temperature warms up in the north on average 5 degrees, and in the center and in the south about 20 degrees. But the north also differs in the amount of precipitation. In March in the north, the main rainy season. The water temperature warms up to 15 degrees.

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            • In April
              – as in March, it still rains in the north, but the saturation of precipitation is decreasing. The average temperature in the north is 15 degrees. In the south, the air temperature warms up to 20 degrees, and at night about 10, but it’s too early to swim, because the water has not yet warmed up at all.
            • May
              – this is the beginning of the reception of guests – tourists. Although it is about 20 degrees in the north of the country, in the center and in the south the temperature rises to 25 degrees, and the water temperature is about 20 degrees.
            • June
              – pleases tourists with sunny days. The temperature throughout the country reaches 30 degrees, and the water temperature is about 20 degrees.
            • In July
              Spain pleases those who love the hot climate. This is a dry month. The air temperature reaches 32 degrees and the water temperature 25.
            • August
              is an even drier month than July. The air temperature is from 30 degrees, and the water temperature reaches 27 degrees. It’s time to bask in the warm sand and warm up from our harsh winters.
            • September
              the air temperature gradually drops to 28 degrees, so in addition to the sea, a huge selection of entertainment and visits to local cultural institutions opens up.
            • In October
              – the weather is still ideal for tourists. The air temperature is 20-23 degrees. The average water temperature is 21 degrees.
            • In November
              – it starts to rain. The air temperature is approximately 17-19 degrees. The swimming season is coming to an end, but it’s time to explore the cultural attractions of this charming country.
            • December
              – the weather differs depending on the regions: south – 17 degrees, north – 13.

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            The best time to visit the country

            If you look at the weather in Spain by month, you will realize that this is a country that can satisfy any needs of tourists.

            Two romantic months, each charming in its own way, March and November. You can swim in the waters of the ocean almost all year round, for example, in the Canary Islands. May will give you low prices, but all the same high class of comfort. And the month of June is the peak of the tourist season, as there is a good combination of air and water temperatures, as well as minimal natural precipitation.

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            Everyone will be able to choose for themselves the time that most of all can please the heart. Whichever month you choose, you will get a lot of fun and unforgettable impressions, and in 2019 you will take with you the desire to return to the pleasant shores of Spain.

            Defined by three climatic zones.
            The weather in the northern part of the country is influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. There are always warm summers, and winters are mild and wet. Winter minimum temperature +6..+8°C, maximum +12..+14°C, and summer minimum +12..+15°C, and maximum temperature +20..+24°C.

            The southeast coast is influenced by the Mediterranean climate. Summers are hot and fairly dry, while winters are short and mild. In winter, the minimum temperature is +5..+8°C, the average maximum is +12..+17°C. In the period from June to September, the average minimum temperature is +16..+21°C, and the average maximum temperature is +25..+30°C.

            A sharply continental climate prevails on the central plateau. It is cold in winter and hot in summer. The amount of precipitation is negligible. In winter, the minimum temperature is +1..+3°C, and the maximum is +8..+11°C. In summer, the minimum temperature is +14+18)°C, and the maximum reaches +30°C.

            The best season for recreation is the period from June to October.

            The water temperature in Spain on the continental part from June to mid-October ranges from 20 to 25 degrees. Between November and May, the temperature is quite low – about 15 degrees, but tourists can spend their holidays in Spain at this time of the year in the Canary Islands, where the swimming season is all year round. The water temperature here actually never drops below 18 degrees.

            Monthly weather in Spain

            The geography of mainland Spain is such that three climatic zones can be distinguished here.
            The first is the northern regions on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, which, in fact, determines the climate of this region. Humid, rather warm winters and moderately hot summers are typical for this area.
            The central part of Spain is the second region in which there are quite cold (temperatures around zero degrees) winters and hot dry summers.
            The southeastern regions on the Mediterranean coast make up the third region where the climate is typically subtropical, with hot summers and warm winters.
            The climate on the islands of Menorca, Mallorca and Ibiza is very similar to the climate of its Mediterranean coast: winters are warm, summers are hot and dry. But the Canary Islands can boast of consistently warm weather throughout the year, there is practically no sweltering heat or excessive coolness.

            January
            is the coldest month on the whole of mainland Spain, the average daytime temperature on the coast is around +10 ° C, cold winds often blow, which brings rather unpleasant cold rain. The water temperature in the sea is about +14 °C, so there is no question of any sea bathing. However, the weather in the Canary Islands even at this time of the year indulges beach lovers with warm (about +19°C) with water and even warmer (about +22 °C) air. In the depths of the mainland of the country, the temperature at this time often drops to zero, the weather is not at all kind.

            February
            in the Spanish Mediterranean differs little from January, the water temperature is the same, the air maybe only slightly warmer, hinting at an early spring. However, in Alicante, for example, it is a couple of degrees warmer than in Barcelona. The Canary Islands continue to delight tourists seeking warmth and sunny weather.

            March
            is characterized by a clear stable increase in air temperature: it warms up to +16…+18 °C on average. The water in the sea becomes noticeably warmer – + 15 … + 16 ° С, its typical March temperature. The weather is about the same at this time of the year in the Balearic Islands. Spain is preparing for the start of the beach season, which is so attractive here.

            April
            gives everyone who is yearning for warmth, the weather, in which it is hardly possible to swim in the sea (its temperature is +16 … +17 ° С), but it is quite possible to take sunbaths, lying on the beach in a comfortable sun lounger, inhaling the sea air and listening to the waves whisper about the coming summer, a fresh tan and the pleasures of a beach holiday: the air temperature, typical for April, is around +20 ° C.

            May
            marks the beginning of the beach season. The number of tourists on the coast is noticeably increasing, cafes and restaurants are launching a summer program, the sun is shining in full force, warming the air up to +22…24 °С, and the water near the coast of Spain up to +17…+18 °С. Already not a few dare to swim, and the number of sunbathers on the beach convincingly indicates that the beach season has begun. The weather throughout Spain is such that this is the best time to travel around the country and see its many attractions. Only rains can interfere, the amount of which is impossible to predict.
            It should be noted that throughout the spring the air temperature in the Canary Islands continues to be as comfortable as it was in the winter months.

            June
            in Spain, the month is quite hot, but not exhaustingly sultry. The air temperature is kept in the region of +25 … 26 ° C, and the water warms up to an average of +22 ° C. This is the best month for sea holidays with small children: acclimatization in such weather is easy, and the sun is not yet burning, so the likelihood of sunburn and heat stroke is very small.

            July
            is a hot month, sometimes too hot, the air temperature in the region of +30°C is not uncommon, the water in the sea warms up to +24 . .. +25 °C, that is, it reaches its maximum temperatures. The number of vacationers on the beaches of Spain also reaches its maximum values, because the season of holidays and vacations begins all over Europe.

            August
            is very similar to July: it is hot, the air temperature reaches +30 ° C, and the water temperature is kept at maximum values, then it will be colder. The resort towns are filled with crowds of tourists, they enjoy the favorable climate and generous nature of Spain.

            September
            brings a decrease in the temperature of both water and air. Despite the fact that the sun is still hot, it warms the air only up to +25 ° C, and the water in the sea begins to cool. deo is coming to autumn, but the holiday season is not over either on the ocean or on the Mediterranean coast.

            October
            brings coolness and makes you remember that winter is coming soon. It is not cold yet, the daytime temperature still slightly exceeds +20 ° C, but vacationers are gradually leaving the resort towns, it is becoming quieter, calmer and more boring.

      Weather majorca march: Average weather March in Mallorca, Spain

      Опубликовано: May 28, 2021 в 11:12 am

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      Категории: March

      Majorca, Spain – March Weather

      What’s the Weather like in Majorca in March?

      The weather starts to warm up in March in Majorca, Balearic Islands, when the winter season is well and truly over. It’s an enjoyable time to visit because you’ll get better deals on flights and accommodation and the resort is less crowded than at peak season.

      Is It Hot in Majorca in March?

      Average daily high temperatures increase from 16°C at the beginning of the month to 18°C toward the end. And daily lows range from between 5°C and 7°C, only exceeding 11°C or falling below 1°C one day in ten.

      Extreme Temperatures In March

      The highest temperature ever recorded in March in Majorca is a scorching 29°C and the lowest temperature is -3°C, both of which are extreme when compared to the average 11°C for the whole month.

      March Rain in Majorca

      With 30mm of rainfall spread across eight days, there is only a small chance you’ll experience a shower or two during your holiday.

      Is The Sea Warm Enough To Swim In?

      At 14°C, the average sea temperature in Majorca in March is quite chilly.

      March Sunshine Hours

      There are six to seven hours of sunshine each day in Majorca in March, which varies according to how dense the cloud is on each given day. 

      How Windy Is It In March In Majorca?

      Although the weather is generally quite pleasant throughout March, it can get a bit breezy. There’s also the occasional hail storm and thunderstorm to watch out for. 

      Majorca Hotels in March

      Protur Sa Coma Playa Hotel & Spa

      When it comes to accommodation, Protur Sa Coma Playa Hotel & Spa in Sa Coma is a great choice for families and couples looking for accommodation during their holiday in Majorca. There are loads of facilities for everyone to enjoy, including WiFi, sports equipment, gym, kids’ club, swimming pool, pool bar, parking and gardens. The hotel also features a spa with a hydrothermal circuit, children’s section and massage and treatment rooms.

      Condesa de la Bahia

      Condesa de la Bahia in Alcudia is another popular pick for families. Here you’ll find a great choice of accommodation from standard rooms to double suites, ensuring there is something for everyone. Guests can also enjoy a wealth of amenities, including restaurants, bars, entertainment, children’s club, swimming pools, free WiFi and an all-inclusive option.

      Aparthotel Playa Mar

      Aparthotel Playa Mar in Port de Pollensa is ideal for those who want to be in a central location. Just a short walk away from beaches, shops, bars and restaurants, this hotel features an all-inclusive dining option, swimming pool, family entertainment, children’s activities, free WiFi and a spa. Also in Puerto de Pollensa, 

      Hoposa Uyal Hotel

      Hoposa Uyal Hotel is another great choice when it comes to accommodation in Majorca. This complex features 105 rooms, spread between two buildings and numerous facilities including restaurant, bar, swimming pool, tennis court, free WiFi, car hire, excursion booking and cycling facilities.

      Iberostar Albufera Playa

      Iberostar Albufera Playa in Playa de Muro is perfect for couples and families looking for holiday accommodation in Majorca. Situated on the beach, this hotel provides an all-inclusive option, spa and multilingual staff. Guests also have access to the complex’s sister hotel, the Iberostar Albufera Park.

      Majorca Beach for March

      Cala Major

      Cala Major Beach found to the west of Palma de Mallorca, is one of the most popular beaches in the area. Here you’ll find Majorca’s characteristic fine white sand, alongside clear and calm waters, making the spot ideal for families with young children. There are loads of facilities available, including sun loungers, parasols, toilets, showers and lifeguards. Surrounding the beach is a fantastic selection of restaurants and bars, where you can enjoy a spot of lunch or something to drink. This beach gets very crowded during the summer months, so March is one of the best times to visit.

      Paguera Beach 

      If you want to try your hand at water sports, visit the Blue Flag Paguera beach, also situated to the west of Palma de Mallorca. Like many beaches on the island, Paguera beach offers plenty of soft white sand for children to play in, as well as calm, clears waters which might be a bit cold in March if the weather is cloudy. There are many activities to enjoy, including banana boats, windsurfing, diving, pedaloes and water skiing. There are loads of bars, restaurants and hotels in the area, as well as sun loungers, shades, toilets and lifeguards onsite.

      Bars and Restaurants

      Ca’n Cuarassa

      Ca´n Cuarassa is a beachfront restaurant located in Port de Pollensa. The restaurant itself is set in an old Majorcan house with the original décor. The menu has been inspired by Mediterranean flavours and features a great number of fresh, seasonal produce. All the bread and desserts are homemade and most of the fish and meat dishes are cooked in front of your eyes on a charcoal grill.

      Tito’s

      Majorca boasts many top nightclubs and Tito’s in Palma is no exception. Established in the 1950s, this club is popular with people in their early 20s and is spread over three floors. The best time to visit is around 2am, leaving you loads of time to enjoy the night before the club closes at 6am.

      Hogan’s

      Hogan’s also situated in Palma, is a must-visit for sports fans. This Irish establishment features bars and woodwork which was handcrafted in Ireland before the bar first opened in 1996. Here you can watch every major sports match live on one of the nine large screen TVs. On top of the draught Guinness, this bar also serves cocktails, spirits, wines, beers and soft drinks.

      Things to do in Majorca in March

      Formentor Lighthouse

      If you want to do some exploring, sign up for an excursion to visit the Formentor Lighthouse. Available in English, German and Spanish, this half-day tour starts at Puerto de Pollensa and takes you along the Formentor Peninsula, past many sightseeing opportunities and the Formentor beach, before arriving at the lighthouse.

      Alcudia Old Town

      Alcudia Old Town is a great place to visit to get a feel for what Majorca was like before it was changed by mass tourism. There are loads of narrow, winding streets to explore, lined with cafes, restaurants, shops and bakeries. On Tuesdays and Sundays the town hosts a large market, full of stalls laden with food and handicrafts which make ideal souvenirs or gifts.

      Dates for the Diary

      Classic Rally

      Classic Rally also takes place on the third week of March in Majorca the next one will be held on March 13th-15th 2014 and will be the tenth edition. This exciting race is one of Europe’s most famous and competitive car events and takes cars through approximately 400km of winding mountain roads on the west of the island. Around 60 vehicles take part each year in two different categories competition which is focused on speed and regularity which concentrates on the lighter, more fun side of the event.

      The Best Things to See and Do

      Mallorca in March is a great moment for a visit. Things are still quiet but still there is plenty to do and to visit. There is no guarantee of having the sunny days you might have over the Summer, but this is compensated by the peace and quiet of the off-season. There is less going on, with still Winter bus timetables, some beach bars and restaurants still closed and building works going on to get everything ready for the Summer season. Despite all of that, you can explore the island and find many things to do and places to visit. Here is our guide to Mallorca in March:

      Table of Contents

      Mallorca Weather in March

      The weather in Mallorca in March can be nice, but not talking red hot as in Summer season. Something to have in mind is that it can go from sunny and nice one day to freezing within three days. The weather is leaving behind the Winter temperatures. If you feel you want to escape from the chilly weather in North of Europe, a holiday to Mallorca in March can be ideal.  Below you will see the most frequent questions about the weather in Mallorca in March:

      Minimum:

      +25°C

      SUNNY MONTH

      July

      Number of sunny days:

      28 days

      Average cloudy:

      9. 5%

      Day length:

      14:38

      DRIEST MONTH

      July

      Probability of rain:

      0.0%

      Monthly precipitation:

      3.9mm

      Average cloudiness
      :

      9.5%

      Mallorca weather in March. Sea temperature in Mallorca in March Weather by months.

      Weather by months/Spain/Majorca/March

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      Monthly weather

      Month Temperature
      at night afternoon
      January +11°C +16°C
      February +10°C +15°C
      March +10°C +17°C
      April +13°C +21°C
      May +16°C +25°C
      June +20°C +30°C
      July +22°C +32°C
      August +22°C +31°C
      September +21°C +29°C
      October +18°C +25°C
      November +14°C +20°C
      December +11°C +17°C

      According to our observations, as well as reviews of tourists who visited Spain, we can say that the weather in Kemer in September is expected to be quite good. The average daily air temperature in March is 17.0 °C, while the sea water temperature will be 14.3 °C.

      Weather in March

      Average day temperature
      Average night temperature
      +17.0 °C
      +10.0 °C
      Sea water temperature +14.3 °C
      Number of sunny days
      Length of daylight hours
      18 days
      11 hours 58 minutes
      Rainy days
      Rainfall
      3 days
      35 mm
      Average wind speed 15.4 m/s

      Is it worth going to Mallorca for a holiday in March?

      Comfort

      55. 0%

      Taking into account all available data on the weather in Mallorca in March (air and water temperature, amount and intensity of rains, cloudiness, day length and wind strength), we calculated the level of comfort in this resort, which amounted to 55.0 %. Please also note that the comfort level in April will be higher and will be 62.6 %

      Comfort level by months

      On the graph below you can see the comfort level in Mallorca calculated by us for each month. The most comfortable months for a holiday in Mallorca are July, August and September. Months with the minimum level of comfort are January, December and February.

      Compare the weather in Majorca by months

      Select the month you are interested in from the list below if you want to receive detailed information about the weather in Mallorca at other times.

      December
      January
      February

      March
      April
      May

      June
      July
      August

      September
      October
      November

      Air temperature in Mallorca in March

      March is one of the coldest months in Mallorca. During the day, the air temperature in March ranges from 13.7°C to 21.8°C, at night from 7.3°C to 7.3°C, respectively. At the same time, the average air temperature is 17.0 °C during the day, and 10.0 °C at night. The difference between daytime and nighttime air temperatures reaches an average of 7.1°C per month.

      Water temperature in Mallorca in March

      In March, the water in Mallorca is not comfortable for swimming. Sea water temperature does not drop below 13.9°C, while the maximum value can reach 15.4°C. The average water temperature in March is 14.3 °C, which is 0.2°C lower than in February and 1.5°C lower than in April.

      Rainy days and rainfall in March

      The average rainfall in Mallorca in March is 35 mm, with about 3 rainy days as a rule. According to our observations and hysmeteo data, the probability of rainy weather is 16.1 %. In this case, most often it will be a light drizzle.

      Sunny, cloudy and overcast days

      In Mallorca in March there are usually about 18 sunny, 8 cloudy and 5 overcast days. The length of daylight hours (from dawn to dusk) is 11 hours and 58 minutes. The number of hours of sunshine when the sun’s rays reach the earth’s surface, taking into account the average cloud cover for the month, is 8 hours and 0 minutes per day.

      Wind in Mallorca in March

      The graph below shows the probability of winds of different strengths during the month. The average wind speed in Mallorca in March is 15.4 m/s, making it one of the windiest months of the year.

      Weather in March in other resorts in Spain

      We bring to your attention a summary of the weather in other popular resorts in Spain in March. Select the resort you are interested in to get more detailed information.

      Name Day air temperature Air temperature
      at night
      Rainy days
      (rainfall)
      Water temperature
      Tenerife 16. 8°C 11.9°C 1 day (21 mm) 18.6°C
      Barcelona 15.6°C 9.9°C 2 days (29 mm) 13.2°C
      Mallorca 17.0°C 10.0°C 3 days (35 mm) 14.3°C
      Malaga 19.5°C 10.0°C 1 day (15 mm) 14.8°C
      Palma de Mallorca 17.4°C 9.4°C 3 days (31 mm) 14.4°C
      Valencia 19.1°C 10.0°C 2 days (24 mm) 13.7°C
      Costa Brava 15.8°C 9. 5°C 3 days (41 mm) 12.9°C
      Salou 16.8°C 9.9°C 2 days (22 mm) 13.3°C
      Alicante 18.6°C 10.7°C 1 day (21 mm) 14.4°C
      Ibiza 16.7°C 13.3°C 2 days (23 mm) 14.4°C
      Gran Canaria 21.6°C 17.0°C 0 days (4 mm) 18.2°C
      Marbella 19.0°C 9.3°C 1 day (24 mm) 14.8°C
      – January – February – March – April – May – June
      – July – August – September – October – November – December

      Weather in Mallorca for March 2023 ⋆ Weather forecast for Mallorca for the month of March ⇒ Ukraine

      March 1st

      +4° -2°

      March 2

      +4° -2°

      March 3

      +4° -3°

      March 4

      +4° -3°

      March 5

      +4° -4°

      March 6

      +4° -2°

      March 7

      +4° -2°

      March 8

      +5° -3°

      March 9

      +5° -3°

      March 10

      +6° -2°

      March 11

      +5° -1°

      March 12

      +6° +1°

      March 13

      +7°

      March 14

      +9° +2°

      March 15

      +8°

      March 16

      +6° -1°

      March 17

      +8° -2°

      March 18

      +8°

      March 19

      +8° +1°

      March 20

      +9° +1°

      March 21

      +12° +1°

      March 22

      +11° +2°

      March 23

      +9° +1°

      March 24

      +11°

      March 25

      +10°

      March 26

      +8° +1°

      March 27

      +9° +1°

      March 28

      +9° +3°

      March 29

      +12° +2°

      March 30

      +13° +3°

      March 31

      +14° +4°

      April 1st

      +13° +4°

      April 2

      +12° +3°

      * Forecast based on historical data for 70 years

      Max.

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      ¿Buscas las mejores ofertas de Cash Converters en San Cristobal de la Laguna (Tenerife)?

      Si estás buscando los mayores descuentos de Cash Converters en San Cristobal de la Laguna (Tenerife) estás en el sitio correcto. En Tiendeo tenemos todos los catálogos para que no te pierdas ninguna promoción online de Cash Converters ni de ningún otro negocio de la categoría de Informática y Electrónica en San Cristobal de la Laguna (Tenerife). Actualmente hay un catálogo de Cash Converters en San Cristobal de la Laguna (Tenerife). Navega por el último catálogo de Cash Converters en San Cristobal de la Laguna (Tenerife) “Descuentos especiales” que es válido del 19/09/2022 al 25/09/2022 y no pares de ahorrar.

      Otros Catálogos de Informática y Electrónica en San Cristobal de la Laguna (Tenerife)

      Otras tiendas de Informática y Electrónica en San Cristobal de la Laguna (Tenerife)

      Tiendas más cercanas de Cash Converters en San Cristóbal de la Laguna y alrededores

      • CASH CONVERTERS TENERIFE

        Calle de la Rosa, 14. 38002 – Santa Cruz de Tenerife

        6.72 km

      • CASH CONVERTERS LAS PALMAS 1

        Calle General Mas de Gaminde, 38. 35006 – Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

        94.77 km

      • CASH CONVERTERS LAS PALMAS 2

        Carretera General Del Norte, Centro Comercial La Ballena Local 154 1º Planta. 35013 – Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

        95.34 km

      • CASH CONVERTERS LAS PALMAS 3

        Francisco Gourié , 22. 35002 – Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

        97.71 km

      Cash Converters

      Catálogos y ofertas de Cash Converters en San Cristóbal de la Laguna y alrededores

      Las tiendas Cash Converters son líderes en compra-venta de productos de segunda mano. Encontrarás productos en buen estado a precios muy rebajados. Si necesitas vender, Cash Converters te abona el dinero de forma rápida y transparente, y si quieres comprar algo a precios más convenientes, no dejes de visitar sus tiendas y página web.

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      ¿Cómo llegar a Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife en Autobús o Tren ligero?

      Ver Cash Converters, Santa Cruz De Tenerife, en el mapa

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      Direcciones a Cash Converters (Santa Cruz De Tenerife) en transporte público

      Las siguientes líneas de transporte tienen rutas que pasan cerca de Cash Converters

      ¿Cómo llegar a Cash Converters en Autobús?

      Pulsa en la ruta de Autobús para ver indicaciones paso a paso con mapas, tiempos de llegada de línea y horarios actualizados.

      • Desde Plaza San Marcos, Tegueste, Tegueste

        52 min

      • Desde Paraninfo ULL, San Cristóbal De La Laguna

        34 min

      • Desde Parque San Benito, San Cristóbal De La Laguna

        43 min

      • Desde Bajamar, San Cristóbal De La Laguna

        78 min

      • Desde Cofradía Pescadores La Punta, San Cristóbal De La Laguna

        86 min

      • Desde ULL Psicología, San Cristóbal De La Laguna

        32 min

      • Desde Tejina, San Cristóbal De La Laguna

        69 min

      • Desde Intercambiador De La Laguna, San Cristóbal De La Laguna

        41 min

      • Desde Punta Del Hidalgo, San Cristóbal De La Laguna

        90 min

      • Desde Cuadrilátero, San Cristóbal De La Laguna

        34 min

      Estaciones de Autobús cerca de Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife

      Estaciones de Tren ligero cerca de Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife

      Líneas de Autobús a Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife

      Nombre de la línea Dirección
      909 INTERCAMBIADOR -> BARRIO DE LA ALEGRÍA VER
      914 INTERCAMBIADOR -> PLAZA WEYLER-> C/EL PILAR->PLAZA DE ESPAÑA -> INTERCAMBIADOR VER
      920 INTERCAMBIADOR – PLAZA DE ESPAÑA – LA MARINA – RAMBLAS – REYES CATÓLICOS-TRES DE MAYO- INTERCAMBIADOR VER
      905 Muelle Norte VER
      910 INTERCAMBIADOR -> SAN ANDRÉS->PLAYA DE LAS TERESITAS VER
      916 INTERCAMBIADOR ->MARÍA JIMÉMEZ-> LOS VALLES VER
      917 INTERCAMBIADOR -> VALLESECO(LA QUEBRADA) VER
      921 INTERCAMBIADOR ->AVENIDA REYES CATÓLICOS-> INTERCAMBIADOR VER
      945 SANTA CRUZ – SAN ANDRES – IGUESTE DE SAN ANDRÉS VER
      946 SANTA CRUZ – SAN ANDRES – TAGANANA – ALMÁCIGA VER
      947 INTERCAMBIADOR – SAN ANDRES – BAILADERO – CHAMORGA VER
      14 SANTA CRUZ -> LA LAGUNA(POR LA CUESTA) VER
      26 SANTA CRUZ-> LA LAGUNA (POR BARRIO LA SALUD Y FINCA ESPAÑA) VER
      228 SANTA CRUZ -> LOS CAMPITOS-POR LA CUESTA VER
      901 INTERCAMBIADOR – B. SALUD (CUESTA PIEDRA) (POR MIRAFLORES RAMON Y CAJAL) VER
      902 INTERCAMBIADOR- PLAZA LOS PATOS – BARRIO NUEVO VER
      971 INTERCAMBIADOR – BARRIO SALUD – OFRA (NOCTURNA) VER
      972 INTERCAMBIADOR – B. SALUD (CUESTA PIEDRA) (NOCTURNO) VER
      974 SANTA CRUZ – SANTA MARÍA – AÑAZA (NOCTURNO) VER
      903 MUELLE NORTE – RAMBLAS – GARCÍA ESCÁMEZ – MORADITAS (PARTE BAJA) VER

      Preguntas y respuestas

      • ¿Cuáles son las paradas más cercanas a Cash Converters?

        Las paradas más cercanas a Cash Converters son:

        • Plaza De Isabel II está a 331 m de distancia, 5 minutos andando.
        • Parque García Sanabria está a 411 m de distancia, 6 minutos andando.
        • Plaza De España está a 487 m de distancia, 7 minutos andando.
        • Teatro Guimera está a 498 m de distancia, 7 minutos andando.
        • Miraflores está a 568 m de distancia, 8 minutos andando.
        • Mencey está a 619 m de distancia, 9 minutos andando.
        • Plaza De Los Patos está a 740 m de distancia, 10 minutos andando.

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      • ¿Qué líneas de Autobús se detienen cerca de Cash Converters?

        Estas líneas de Autobús se detienen cerca de Cash Converters: 14, 914.

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      • ¿Qué líneas de Tren ligero se detienen cerca de Cash Converters?

        Estas líneas de Tren ligero se detienen cerca de Cash Converters: 1.

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      • ¿A qué distancia está la estación de tren ligero de Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife?

        La estación de tren ligero más cercana a Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife está a 7 min a ​​pie.

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      • ¿Cuál es la estación de tren ligero más cercana a Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife?

        La estación Teatro Guimera es la más cercana a Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife.

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      • ¿A qué distancia está la parada de autobús de Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife?

        La parada de autobús más cercana a Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife está a 5 min a ​​pie.

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      • ¿Cuál es la parada de autobús más cercana a Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife?

        La parada Plaza De Isabel II es la más cercana a Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife.

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      • ¿A qué hora es el primer Tren ligero a ​​Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife?

        La línea 1 es el primer Tren ligero que va a Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife. Parará cerca a las 3:05.

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      • ¿A qué hora es el último Tren ligero a ​​Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife?

        La línea 1 es el último Tren ligero que va a Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife. Se detiene cerca de las 1:11.

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      • ¿A qué hora es el primer Autobús a ​​Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife?

        La línea 974 es el primer Autobús que va a Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife. Parará cerca a las 3:01.

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      • ¿A qué hora es el último Autobús a ​​Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife?

        La línea 972 es el último Autobús que va a Cash Converters en Santa Cruz De Tenerife. Se detiene cerca de las 2:03.

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      Cash Converters, C. de la Rosa, 14, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, teléfono +34 922 29 09 57

      30 diciembre 2021 21:28

      Es una segunda oportunidad para muchas cosas que tienes en casa guardadas sin darle utilidad y ocupando espacio.

      19 noviembre 2021 8:46

      Llevaba siendo clienta desde hace varios años atrás como desde el 2016 y se nota muchísimo como ha cambiado cashconverter para mal en muchos aspectos, los empleados super desagradables muy maleducados contestando muy mal a los clientes he sido testigo de malas formas hacia clientes incluida yo, me he quejado varias veces y aun así yendo ya muy muy poco a la tienda siguen habiendo este tipo de cosas intolerables y así lo único que conseguirán es perder Cliente
      aunque hay algunos empleados que ya no trabajan allí y que ojalá no vuelvan porque educación poca les dieron de hecho voy mucho al recicle y company ya que es otro mundo jamás tratan mal a los clientes y aunque tengas malos días siempre son correctos y casualmente los propios clientes del recicle hablan pestes del cashconverter y Dan las mismas versiones que las mías que ha ido a peor con los años, es una pena lo peor de ahí es la gente que trabaja allí. También es verdad que hay antiguos trabajadores que han dicho que las condiciones no eran muy buenas en algunos aspectos y algún que otro problemilla si tuvieron con la empresa pero ahí no voy a entrar, lo más importante es el trato pésimo que Dan a los clientes, porque he comprado muchas cosas ahí y pocas quejas tengo la verdad aconsejo el recicle y company porque uno se siente mejor atendido y también tienen buena calidad y sobre todo te Dan trato de favores y son bastante buena gente los trabajadores

      15 noviembre 2021 4:55

      Compre una play y lo bueno hay que decir la verdad es que por un poco mas que el precio de segunda mano de particular a particular te llevas una garantia de 2 años.

      Por lo demas, hay que mejorar mucho la atención al cliente ya que a mi me estuvieron mareando 2 semanas que no tenian mi paquete para al final uno decirme que estaba ahi desde el primer dia.

      13 noviembre 2021 2:26

      Puedes vender productos que ya no utilizas y, también, suelen regalar un cupón por valor de 5€, 10€, etc.

      02 noviembre 2021 16:43

      Para comprar está muy bien porque a veces consigues gangas de verdad. Para vender es lo peor, primero porque hay cosas por las que pagan una miseria y después venden 20 veces mas caro. Aparte 2 veces he hecho la valoración por internet y la primera vez me pagaron menos de lo que decían cuando les lleve el producto, y me dieron excusas baratas. Si en canarias es distinto precio deberían aclararlo. Y la segunda no me aceptaron el producto. Por la página web si pero cuando lo lleve me dijeron que no por la antigüedad, haciendome perder mi tiempo. En resumen, comprar si vale la pena en algunas cosas, pero cuando se trata de vender son unos auténticos chorizos.

      15 mayo 2021 21:39

      Una decepción con tienda producto valorado en más 800 euros y sólo darte 230 lo coji por que lo necesitas se aprovecha de gente una pena

      07 mayo 2021 19:22

      La página web no va, aparece un velo con las medidas para el Covid y deja inoperativa la página. Grandioso.

      05 marzo 2021 6:20

      Desconocía qu también compraban oro y joyas. Me dieron un precio justo y tardaron muy poco.

      01 marzo 2021 13:58

      Compre una guitarra de segunda mano a muy buen precio y en condiciones excelentes. Los recomiendo.

      22 febrero 2021 11:25

      Fui a vender unos pendientes de oro y fueron muy atentos. El precio fue justo y quedé muy satisfecha.

      10 febrero 2021 10:50

      Desconocía que también compraban oro y joyas. Me dieron un precio bastante justo y tardaron muy poco.

      06 febrero 2021 6:09

      Me parece decepcionante y vergonzoso que se vendan productos en un estado pésimo.vale que compres productos de segunda mano.pero en buen estado por lo menos.en fin.un auténtico horror

      06 febrero 2021 0:32

      Dicen darte 1 año de garantía pero si se te rompe algo debido a un defecto del artículo se lavan las manos.

      03 febrero 2021 14:29

      Encuentras muchos artículos de segunda mano en perfect estado y a un precio muy asequible. Siempre he confiado en ellos y solo puedo recomendarlos a cualquiera que me pregunte.

      30 enero 2021 2:22

      Casi todos los regalos de estas navidades son comprados ahí. Buen precio, estado impecable y encima reciclamos.

      21 enero 2021 13:10

      Los equipos de sonido de segunda mano funcionan perfectamente. Siempre he comprado ahí y lo seguiré haciendo.

      09 noviembre 2020 22:36

      Estoy disgustada, después de tantos años comprándole cosas y vendiéndole, llegan y no me quieren comprar unos artículos por qué dicen que ya no tienen demanda? Esto es encerio? No tienen demanda y no tienen ninguno en la tienda es de risa, aparte un cliente preguntando por ese articulo, deberían de tratar mejor a los clientes habituales, si no tiempo al tiempo.deberían los dueños decirle las cositas claras y tratar mejor a la gente de casa que son los que le dan de comer

      22 julio 2020 21:12

      Para comprar online en las islas canarias no existimos vaya desgracia tanto decir q el online funciona pues no lo veo eh

      12 junio 2020 15:20

      Nadie contesta, ni por email ni teléfono.
      En estado de alarma. No publican las condiciones para las personas que desean recuperar un artículo o las que tienen hechas reservas.

      23 agosto 2019 18:18

      La verdad que para comprar depede del producto vale la pena pero para vender mejor guardarselo y buscar ha alguien que lo quiera en otro lugar

      11 junio 2019 12:06

      Soy cliente de hace años de tienda y de web pero la verdad es que desde que han modificado la web se hace engorroso el tema de las entregas demoran mucho y no se sabe en qué tienda estás comprando lo cual tienes que esperar unos días y pasar por la tienda sin saber de dónde viene cuando lo podrías tener en la misma tienda cuando estás comprando.deberían poner en la web en qué tienda está cada artículo y ser más organizados y rápido en el tema de la entrega en la tienda

      24 mayo 2019 22:24

      Hay bastantes cosas y organizado y limpio. Los precios mas o menos razonables aunque depende mucho de estado marca etc. Siempre atentos y dispuestos a ayudarte a elegir articulo y orientarte. Facilidades de pago y todos los articulos etiquetados.

      24 abril 2019 13:47

      Parece que hay veces que no se dan cuenta que son artículos usados o restos de tiendas, debería ser algo más barato de lo que te hacen creer.

      11 abril 2019 23:46

      Esta genial a la hora de buscar cosas de segunda mano o si quieres vender algo que ya no usarás, aquí puedes encontrar de todo

      09 abril 2019 12:36

      Como tienda de compraventa son unos usureros, he vendido cosas las cuales me las tasaron muy por debajo de su valor y luego las he visto en su local comercial venderlas tres veces mas caras de lo que pagan, el trato en ocasiones deja mucho que desear.

      31 marzo 2019 14:23

      Lo único malo es que cuando te compran algo a veces no es justo el precio porque después ellos lo venden a casi a precio de nuevo. Digo esto para determinados artículos no para todos.

      30 marzo 2019 17:37

      Muy caro para ser todo usado mas ayn xyando ellos compran por una.misera.y mucga gebte en el departamento de garantia. Porque sera?

      30 marzo 2019 5:09

      En los chino están más baratos y nuevo, y si les vendes una cosa te dicen que eso es viejo o en su momento era caro pero hoy en día hay muchos o se venden poco. Te dan una porquería de dinero y luego ellos los vende caro.
      Una ves fui al de la laguna a venderles una.pendrive de 128gb, un portatik HP, un GPS de la PSP, unos altavoces y teclado para el ordenador.me daban 35€ x todo.eso fue hace un año.
      Recojo todo y me voy ellos creían que se los iba a vender. Son unos chanchullos.

      21 marzo 2019 18:00

      ESTAFA, ESTAFA, ESTAFA.
      HOY 2 DE MARZO FUI A VENDER UNOS MANGAS Y EL CHICO QUE ME ATENDIÓ SOLO ME QUERÍA DAR CUATRO EUROS POR UN MONTÓN DE MANGAS DE BUENA CALIDAD Y NUEVOS. COMO ME OLVIDÉ DEL DNI FUI A BUSCARLO, AÚN NO LE HABÍA DADO UNA RESPUESTA. CUANDO REGRESÉ ME ATENDIÓ OTRA CHICA CON CARA DE AMARGADA QUE ACEPTÓ LOS OCHO EUROS QUE PEDÍA POR ELLOS. JUSTO CUANDO ME LOS IBA A DAR, EL TIPEJO DE LA PRIMERA VEZ SE ENTROMETIÓ Y DIJO QUE HABÍA ACORDADO QUE ERAN CUATRO, CUANDO NUNCA ACEPTÉ NADA Y, ENCIMA, ELLA ME IBA A DAR MÁS. LA TÍA SE PUSO ALTERADA Y TRATÓ DE DECIR QUE YO LA INTENTÉ ENGAÑAR, CUANDO SON ELLOS LOS QUE OFRECEN CANTIDADES DISTINTAS SIENDO EL MISMO DÍA Y DENTRO DE LA MISMA HORA DE MARGEN. ME FUI SIN VENDERLOS. A ESTAFAR A OTRA, SINVERGÜENZAS.

      14 marzo 2019 0:14

      Productos en pésimo estado con un precio desorbitado. Ejemplo: vendas de boxeo que consigues en Decathlon (marca Decathlon) por 3’99€ las venden a 5’00€.

      12 marzo 2019 1:01

      Me gustaba mucho ir a esta tienda porque tenían cosas a precios asequibles. Ahora han contratado a alguien que simplemente mira en ebay el precio más caro que encuentra y confía en la suerte para vender a alguien sin internet alguna cosilla. Sin embargo los trabajadores son estupendos y para echar unos minutillos muertos por la tarde está bien. La sección de libros y DVDs da mucha pena, lo mismo que la de juegos de ordenador. Lo mejor: LA ATENCIÓN. Lo peor: LOS PRECIOS.

      14 febrero 2019 5:42

      Not bad, but defenetly not cheap.a broken guitar is 100 euro. broken? Also if you sell the your staff you get nothing.nearly nothing.

      13 febrero 2019 12:13

      Buenos precios, algunos no coinciden con el producto, posiblemente falta de valoracion. Compra de la casa al cliente mala. En general bueno.

      12 febrero 2019 1:38

      A veces encuentras algo que vale la pena.
      El resto siempre lo mismo.
      Por cierto.cuando un artículo tiene algún defecto deberian ponerlo con letra más grande en la estiqueta, no tan letra pequeña.

      12 febrero 2019 0:29

      Todo muy bien sobre todo venta de artículos nuevos, los artículos de segunda mano algo caros a mi entender y saber los precios que dan al comprarlos.

      21 enero 2019 12:25

      Atención simpática y cordial, los precios dependiendo del producto pueden ser más o menos convenientes. Los productos se entregan con su garantía de 6 meses, lo cual se agradece. Además cuentan con un servicio de compra de artículos, pero a tener en cuenta que los precios que ofrecen son muy muy bajos.

      16 enero 2019 1:00

      Salvo por contadas excepciones, venden basura a precio de oro. Chino por ejemplo, ordenadores de hace más de 10 años a 100€. Algunos móviles más caros que nuevos. Como curiosidad, una vez vi un cómic a la venta que había sido impreso por alguien en su casa y lo había “encuadernado”, una bicicleta con el sillín fijado con CLAVOS y alguna cosa más.
      También puedes encontrar por 300€ un clarinete de 3000€ (1500€ mínimo de segunda mano). Pero esa es una de las contadas excepciones.
      Le pondría una estrella, pero gracias a que han puesto un mínimo de orden y lo justo de limpieza en el local, se ganan mi segunda estrella.

      12 enero 2019 11:27

      Aunque todo el personal es super atento. Los precios de la mayoria de los artículos parecen de articulos nuevos o seminuevos.

      26 diciembre 2018 18:31

      Menos mal que quitaron los consoladores de segunda mano cuando abrieron el local. Todavía me acuerdo de esa vitrina. : A

      Ni en los chinos te acosan tanto. Vale que el personal te pregunte si necesitas ayuda. Pero es que, eso de tener a un dependiente pegado como una polilla a la luz, es exagerado. Qué son productos de segunda mano! Ni que fuera una tienda de swarovsky!

      16 diciembre 2018 22:16

      Ni asomarse por ahí,
      te compran teléfonos a estrenar de 640 euros por sólo 150.
      Unos usureros vamos.
      No lo recomiendo ni de lejos.

      11 diciembre 2018 14:53

      Aquí se pueden encontrar gangas de todo tipo, herramientas, relojes, teléfonos móviles, televisores, electrodomésticos etc.

      28 noviembre 2018 8:19

      Me gusta. Consigues cosas buenas a muy buenos precios. Sólo es cuestión de tener paciencia y buscar las cosas detenidamente para encontrar la mejor opción

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      Sunday 18 September 2022 1 GBP = 1.1405 EUR
      Saturday 17 September 2022 1 GBP = 1.1396 EUR
      Friday 16 September 2022 1 GBP = 1.1397 EUR
      Thursday 15 September 2022 1 GBP = 1.1468 EUR
      Wednesday 14 September 2022 1 GBP = 1.1566 EUR
      Tuesday 13 September 2022 1 GBP = 1. 1527 EUR
      Monday 12 September 2022 1 GBP = 1.154 EUR

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      1 GBP 1.1404 EUR 1 EUR 0.8769 GBP
      2 GBP 2.2807 EUR 2 EUR 1.7538 GBP
      5 GBP 5.7018 EUR 5 EUR 4.3846 GBP
      10 GBP 11. 4036 EUR 10 EUR 8.7691 GBP
      15 GBP 17.1055 EUR 15 EUR 13.1537 GBP
      20 GBP 22.8073 EUR 20 EUR 17.5383 GBP
      25 GBP 28.5091 EUR 25 EUR 21.9228 GBP
      50 GBP 57.0182 EUR 50 EUR 43.8456 GBP
      100 GBP 114.0364 EUR 100 EUR 87.6913 GBP
      500 GBP 570. 1821 EUR 500 EUR 438.4564 GBP
      1000 GBP 1140.3641 EUR 1000 EUR 876.9129 GBP
      2500 GBP 2850.9103 EUR 2500 EUR 2192.2822 GBP
      5000 GBP 5701.8206 EUR 5000 EUR 4384.5645 GBP
      10000 GBP 11403.6411 EUR 10000 EUR 8769.129 GBP

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      Euro is the official currency in 17 Eurozone countries – Austria, Belgium, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Cyprus, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Finland, France and Estonia. Also, the currency is used in 5 more states that are not members of the EU – in the Vatican, Monaco, San Marino, Andorra and Montenegro. The euro is made up of 100 cents, often referred to as euro cents.

      The euro was introduced as a non-cash settlement currency in Europe in 1999, and from January 1, 2002 it was introduced as a cash means of payment. Note that the Euro is managed and administered by the European Central Bank (ECB), based in Frankfurt, and the European System of Central Banks (ESCB), which consists of the central banks of the member countries of the eurozone.

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      ✈ Unsolved mysteries of the Guimar pyramids on the island of Tenerife, Canaries

      One of the unsolved mysteries of the Spanish island of Tenerife is the stepped stone pyramids discovered in the town of Guimar, on the territory of the ethnographic park of the same name. Scientists argue not only about the age and purpose of these structures, but also about the origin of the Guanche tribe that lived on the Canary Islands in ancient times.

      Mystery of the Pyramids in Tenerife

      Once on the territory of the island of Tenerife, there were at least nine mysterious pyramids made of stone. The natives were sure that these structures appeared here in the 19th century. They were allegedly piled up by local farmers from stones found while cultivating their land. In the 20th century, local residents dismantled three pyramids and used them for the construction of outbuildings. As a result, only six of the nine mysterious structures have survived to this day.

      The pyramids of Guimar have rectangular bases with faces ranging in length from 15 m to 80 m. The height of the structures reaches 12 m.

      In the 1990s, the Norwegian traveler Thor Heyerdahl became interested in the Guimar pyramids and devoted seven long years to studying them. He found out that the objects stand on cleared and leveled areas and they are not built from rounded stones found by farmers in the fields, but from particles of solidified volcanic lava, carefully hewn and turned with the flat side out. Their corner stones are sawn and sharpened at a right angle. If this is an ordinary pile of stones, then why did farmers spend so much time and effort processing them and shaping the stones into the desired shape?

      In addition, Heyerdahl drew attention to the astronomical orientation of the pyramids and the presence of stairs facing the sunrise. If on the day of the summer solstice you climb to the top platform of the tallest building, you can see a double sunset. First, the incandescent luminary will descend behind the top of the mountain, after a while it will suddenly appear on the other side of the cliff, flash between the peaks, and disappear behind the horizon for the second time. After analyzing all the facts, the researcher came to the conclusion that the pyramids were built in antiquity and served as places of worship for religious rites.

      Heyerdahl failed to determine the exact age of the Guimar pyramids. In 1992, during excavations under one of the pyramids, he discovered a cave with the remains of ancient bones, ceramic shards and other artifacts belonging to the culture of the Guanches, the natives of the Canary Islands. With the help of radiocarbon analysis, it was possible to establish that the age of these objects is 680-1020 years. ad. By the way, the Guanches are another mystery of the archipelago, since no one can explain where they came from.

      Fair-haired and blue-eyed Guanches – descendants of the Atlanteans

      The first written sources that mention the inhabitants of the Canary Islands are ancient Greek legends. Their authors called the archipelago “the abode of the blessed” and talked about the people who lived there. In the 1st century AD, the ancient Roman writer Pliny the Elder described the islands as uninhabited, but with the ruins of some large structures. It is possible that the Guanches are the descendants of the Atlanteans who survived after the death of Atlantis. After all, historians suggest that this mythical state was in the same area as the Canaries.

      Spaniards who visited the Canary Islands in the 14th century made a more detailed description of the local inhabitants. They saw tall fair-skinned people with blue eyes and blond or red hair. The average height of local residents was 180 cm, but there were also taller individuals taller than 2 m.

      Please note that the anthropological type of the Guanches described by the Spanish navigators was not typical for these latitudes.

      The Guanches communicated in a strange language and understood each other without uttering a sound, but only moving their lips. And being at a distance of up to 15 km from each other, they called to each other with the help of a whistle. By the way, the inhabitants of the island of La Gomera still use the latter method. It is taught in schools along with the traditional language.

      The version that the Guanches sailed from the nearest continents has not been scientifically proven either. The fact is that the Guanches did not have their own fleet. They fished on primitive barges, but it was impossible to sail on them to Africa (100 km) or to Europe (1300 km). Therefore, the question of where the Guanches came from is still open.

      Mysterious rock paintings in the Canaries

      Mysterious rock art discovered in the Canary Islands. It is basically a chaotic jumble of figures and symbols. On the island of Hierro, the images contain traces of writing, similar to the writing of the mysterious Taureg tribe from the Sahara. There were too few signs and it was not possible to decipher them.

      It is noteworthy that when the Europeans landed on the shores of the Canary Islands, the development of the Guanches was at the level of the Stone Age. They did not have writing and metal tools. Then who left these signs on the rocks, which, without a doubt, were carved with a metal tool?

      Can the Guanches be descendants of aliens?

      On the island of Homer, at an altitude of 1. 5 km, in impenetrable forests, a perfectly even circle was found on the soil, inside of which there was no vegetation. You take a step outside the circle – there is grass, but inside – no. The researchers took soil samples in and out of the circle for analysis, but did not find a clear explanation for the anomaly. The Guanches worshiped this place for a long time, made sacrifices to the gods here and believed that it was here that their ancestors came out of the fiery mountain, giving rise to the whole tribe.

      Ufologists suggest that by the “fire mountain” the Guanches mean an alien ship, the image of which gradually transformed into a mountain in their minds. The ancestors of the Guanches said that God once settled them on this island, and then forgot about them, and that sooner or later he would come back to take them with him.

      The word “Guanches” is translated as “children of the volcano.”

      The Guanches have long “dissolved” into European civilization, mixed with the Portuguese, Spaniards, and other representatives of the Old World. If the version about the alien origin of the tribe is correct, then we can safely assume that the blood of messengers from other planets flows in the veins of modern people.

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      90,000 what people are being taken and how the schemes of fraudsters work – the story of a man who stole a million

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      What motives drive scammers and is it “easy” money? How to protect yourself from fraud? Former carder Sergey Pavlovich spoke about the schemes that he himself knows and that people all over the world still come across.

      Sergei Pavlovich was wanted by the US Secret Service as one of the defendants in the “largest theft of personal information in the history of the United States. ” He was part of the group of the famous hacker Albert Gonzalez and was involved in the theft of 40 million credit card data. He was sentenced to 10 years, and then went into legal business, wrote the book “How I Stole a Million” and created a blog on YouTube People PRO .

      – Of all the criminals, I dislike the swindlers the most. They steal not only money, but also time, because they can rub their trust in you for a long time, and faith in humanity. For example, you donated to a charitable foundation, and then found out that you were deceived, and you won’t help those in need anymore.

      Why do people become swindlers?

      I think that total lack of money is one of the main reasons why this happens. Secondly, they become fraudsters due to the lack of spiritual and moral education. Most of them have incomplete families, they have not been taught respect for private property, they have not been explained why it is bad to take someone else’s property.

      I also heard in childhood that stealing is a sin. And why it is sinful – no one told me so.

      There is another reason, which is now manifesting itself most strongly – the lack of social elevators. In the same West, there are startup incubators, venture funds and cheap money, but we, in the post-Soviet space, do not have this. Almost the only social lift for young people is to become a blogger.

      Photo: Myfin.by

      But fraud is not easy money. The competition in the cybercrime market is high, but there are no harsh penalties – in the CIS, they often give suspended sentences. In my time, the largest cybercrime forum had about 4,000 people. Now in the CIS, according to my calculations, there will be 100,000-150,000 active cybercriminals.

      In the past, the monthly income of an ordinary cybercriminal was $3000-5000, now it is $1500-2000.

      Previously, you could buy a card number for 50 cents, up to $1. Now it costs $20-50, and often these numbers are used, that is, they were previously used and unsuitable for theft. Yes, the risks are higher. Still, law enforcement agencies have already learned how to deal with cybercrime.

      What tricks and schemes do scammers use?

      I’ll start with underground call centers , from where they call like managers from a bank. It must be remembered that the bank almost never calls itself. Unless you make several transactions on the card at night for large sums.

      Bank employees are not involved in these schemes. The level of information security in banks is high, it is unprofitable for them to lose customers. Basically, the leakage of phone numbers comes from other financial institutions such as insurance companies and microfinance structures.

      Encryption viruses are widely used . With their help, scammers encrypt files that are valuable to you and demand a ransom for decryption.

      Why do all these schemes work? Because scammers exploit the same human vice – greed.

      In phishing schemes fraudsters still use inattention. The seller sends a payment link to a person, and it leads to a phishing, that is, a fake site (approx. Phishing is a type of Internet fraud; attackers are trying to get confidential user information, for example, login, password, bank card details) .

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      Recently, my friends were looking for a villa in Tenerife, they received a payment link so that they allegedly saved on the commission of the housing search service, paid, and after a while they arrived at the villa, and other people were already living there… .

      Fraudsters often use urgency, allegedly, if you do nothing now, then all your money will be stolen from you. For example, they tell you that money is being stolen from the account right now and to stop the operation you need to name 3 digits of the code on the back of the card. Once in a video, I flashed card number , and they immediately stole money from me, without knowing either the expiration date or the CVV code. For an attacker, this is not a problem.

      But my case is exotic. Stealing money from a card knowing only its number is too time consuming. There are simpler ways, because people often tell their card numbers even to distant acquaintances.

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      There are professionally written encryption viruses and stealers. For example, an attacker knows how to send spam or creates a video on his YouTube channel about how to activate Windows , places an activation key there and writes that you need to disable the antivirus to install it. At this point, all saved passwords are leaked from your browser.

      When such a stealer penetrates your computer, attackers look at which crypto exchanges and in which payment systems and banks you have accounts, and only then steal your money, including electronic money. In the case of a ransomware virus (they are also called ransomware viruses, blockers), all your files will be encrypted, and you are unlikely to be able to decrypt them without paying for the key.

      Intimate blackmail is also widespread on the Internet. A scammer gets to know you, finds out, for example, that you have a family, and threatens to tell you about the correspondence. In exchange for silence, he demands a regular transfer of money.

      I myself fell for the tricks of scammers several times. In 2004 I paid for equipment through a phishing site and lost $6000 . They stole my finances from me through the vulnerability of unupdated software, and once in Moscow they slipped me a fake phone when I bought it.

      How to avoid becoming a victim of scammers

      In order not to lose funds from a bank card, to prevent leakage of important information from smartphones and computers, it is enough to know the simple rules that I myself adhere to.

      Part 1. Theft of funds from a bank card

      • Do not tell anyone your card number, especially CVV code and expiration date.
      • Connect SMS alerts about transactions.
      • Use different cards : you receive a salary for one, you pay for the other on the Internet (for these purposes you can open a virtual card), or open a current account to which a bank card is not linked, and, if necessary, transfer money from it to a card for settlements.
      • Remember that the bank almost never calls itself. If in doubt where the call came from, it is best to end the call and call the financial institution yourself.

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      Part 2. About the safe use of smartphones

      • When installing any application on your smartphone, check what it requests access to. If the calculator needs access to your phone book, this is at least suspicious.
      • Do not use third-party smartphone app stores other than Google Play and the App Store.
      • Keep your operating systems and applications up to date, especially on Android. Smartphones with operating systems from Google are best changed when security updates are no longer released to them. Users of Apple products are more protected in this sense. Yes, and in the same App Store moderation is so strict that it is almost impossible to bypass it with a fraudulent application.
      • Always register SIM cards in your name. Otherwise, there is a risk of losing access to your bank cards and all accounts in web services and social networks that are linked to it. You can insure against loss or theft of your smartphone and use a separate SIM card for Internet banking, social networks, etc., which is in your home.
      • In addition to the password for accessing the smartphone, do not forget about the pin code for the SIM card . If it is not there or it is too simple, set by the operator by default, just insert the SIM card into another smartphone – and the attacker gets access to your information.

      Part 3: Surfing the Internet safely and protecting your PC

      • To avoid getting to a phishing site, look carefully at the site’s URL in the address bar. Never go from an online ad site using the left link that the seller sends you in the messenger.
      • If your operating system has Russian keyboard layout , then encryption viruses will most likely not touch you. Even if you are abroad and you are typing in another language, just add Russian to your layout.
      • Do not download the left files and do not open those that came by e-mail even from a friend. With the help of special services, it is easy to replace both the phone number and e-mail – and it will seem to you that a friend is writing. And if you still upload files, check them through an online antivirus.
      • Do not use torrents .
      • Do not save passwords in browsers – use special programs.
      • Create long and complex passwords .
      • Use two-factor authentication
      • Do not “shine” your intimate photos in correspondence on dating sites and social networks.

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      I have a question. What you need to know about the tourist season-2016?

      This summer will not be easy for both tourists and tour companies. The first will look for safe countries and reduce spending on holidays, the second will try to make travel budget and offer holidays within the country.

      Where do Belarusians have a rest?

      Preferences remain unchanged from year to year – Belarusians go to the sea during their holidays. Top 10 excluding CIS countries last year looked like this: Turkey, Egypt, Bulgaria, Poland, Greece, Lithuania, Spain, Italy, Montenegro, Czech Republic. In general, Belarusians began to relax abroad less often. However, the segment of winter recreation suffers first of all, so experts predict a revival of the tourism market by the summer season.

      According to representatives of travel companies, in the coming season, many Belarusian tourists are likely to reorient themselves from 3-4 star hotels to 2-3 star hotels, but with a good price-quality ratio. Those who have not yet decided on a vacation should hurry up, as closer to the season there will be much fewer offers than now.

      What will happen to Turkey and Egypt?

      Both Turkey and Egypt have experienced a decline in the tourist flow from Belarus. Turkey, compared to 2014, missed 5% of Belarusians, but remained the leader of outbound tourism. Egypt sank 10%. This summer Belavia Airlines will reduce the number of charters to these countries, so it is unlikely that this year there will be more Belarusians in Turkish and Egyptian resorts. At the same time, these two directions have been the most popular among Belarusians for years, so there will be no sharp rejection of Turkey and Egypt.

      What are the alternatives to Turkey and Egypt then?

      According to experts’ forecasts, Bulgaria and Greece will fight for the purses of Belarusian tourists. Most likely, the advantage will be on the side of Bulgaria – a country more familiar to domestic tourists. According to travel companies, sales in this area increased by 20% compared to last year. At the same time, many Europeans and Russians have reoriented to the Bulgarian direction, so it will be difficult to find a good hotel with the approach of the high season. As for Greece, accommodation prices have remained at the level of last year, and for air travel on early booking there is a promotional rate that is even lower than last year.

      Among the promising areas are Georgia, Israel, Tenerife (Canary Islands). By the way, the first charter in the history of Belarusian tourism left Minsk for Tenerife with a 100% load. According to experts, the prices and conditions for rest with a direct flight from Minsk are comparable to such usual destinations for Belarusians as Spain and Greece (the islands of Crete and Rhodes). Belavia will operate flights to Tenerife from March to New Year with a break for the winter months of next year. As for other charters, in the summer season it will be possible to fly from Minsk, including to Morocco, Tunisia, and Romania.

      Is it safe to travel abroad now?

      Travel agencies will not answer this question. Specialists are obliged to inform about the situation in the chosen country, but the final decision is up to the tourist. According to the forecasts of the tourist industry, in the coming weeks there may be some decrease in demand for tours to Europe, as was the case after the November events in Paris.

      Where to go with children?

      This season travel companies offer Bulgarian resorts and vacations on the Baltic Sea for family vacations. The most popular destination may be a holiday in Palanga, where Belavia will fly this season.

      Where to relax in Belarus?

      Sanatoriums will be popular this summer – it is already difficult to get tickets to many of them. Farmsteads are actively preparing for the season – in May they promise to hold a traditional open day with free tours and refreshments. There is a growing interest in classic excursion tours to Mir, Nesvizh, Brest, Grodno.

      Naroch attracts more and more tourists. The first and so far the only region with the official status of a resort has changed noticeably over the past five years. It still lacks the gloss of European resorts, but the opportunity to relax by the reservoirs and various tourist programs annually attract thousands of travelers.

      This year, travel agencies also plan to seriously engage in industrial tourism and show Belarusians local chocolate, brewery and crystal production.

      I canceled my trip. Why does the travel agency not want to return the money?

      Travel agency must return money for canceled tours. However, it can withhold the actual expenses incurred, which must be documented and reflect the real expenses of the companies, and not just the amount of expenses or a percentage of the tour cost pre-fixed in the contract. If the tourist disagrees with the billed amount, it can be challenged, including in court.

      Will vouchers become more expensive?

      Everything will depend on partners of tour operators in other countries. Given the situation on the international tourist market, Turkish hotels are reducing prices, while Bulgarian and Spanish accommodation facilities are becoming more expensive.

      In general, in foreign currency terms, the cost of vouchers remained at the level of 2015, but in Belarusian rubles they have risen in price. Taking into account the fact that on March 1, 2015 in Belarus you can only pay for tours in Belarusian rubles, companies calculate the price of the tour based on their internal exchange rate. The internal rate is updated daily and is calculated according to the formula “National Bank rate plus conversion rate”. Usually it is in the range of 1.5-3.5%. Against the background of fluctuations in exchange rates, travel agencies can raise it up to 5-7%, so the situation on the foreign exchange market will also affect the final cost of the tour.

      Is it possible to go on vacation on credit?

      Yes, it is possible on credit or in installments, some travel agencies in partnership with banks provide such an opportunity. For example, on credit you can buy a ticket to Turkey (accommodation, food, flight) for Br17 million. The term of the loan is from 6 to 12 months. The monthly payment on such a loan will range from Br1.8 million (within a year) to Br3.3 million (within six months).

      Or maybe a “burning tour” is better?

      Possibly. Judging by today’s offers of Belarusian travel agencies, a “last minute” ticket will cost 20-30% cheaper, but you can buy it in a week, or even in 2-3 days.

      However, in pursuit of a cheap tour, you should still pay attention to the reputation of the travel agency, be sure to conclude an agreement and demand a check after payment. At the beginning of the year, the Aurora Tour company was at the center of a scandal with deceived tourists. Clients paid for tours, but could not go on vacation. The office of the travel agency is closed, the directors of the company have been put on the wanted list.

      The clients of “Bueno Travel” LLC and “Ocean Travel” LLC also failed to have a rest. Companies attracted customers with significant discounts and entered into agreements with them, on the basis of which firms received cash, and the fact of their acceptance was not properly documented. For the actual organization of trips, only a part of the payment made by customers was used. Only air tickets and transfers were paid for, and the rest of the funds were appropriated by employees of travel agencies. Tourists in foreign hotels lived at the expense of money that was stolen from the card accounts of foreigners. The director of travel agencies was taken into custody.

      Such cases in the Belarusian tourist market are rare, but still it is worth remembering them.

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      Things to do in Spanish airports: shopping, duty free, reviews

      Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Girona, Alicante, Valencia, Mallorca, Malaga, Tenerife – the airports of these Spanish cities are most in demand. We will tell you what you can do in them, and evaluate how good their duty free is. And also give useful information that will be useful to every tourist.

      Catalonia and Madrid

      You can read about the air harbors of Catalonia here. Barcelona El Prat Airport is not the largest in Spain, but it is he who is most popular with Russians. From here it is convenient to get to other cities, and there are more flights from Russia to it than to any other. That is why we wrote about it separately. In the same place, we talked about a small, but generally excellent and comfortable Girona airport, as budget tourists flying to Barcelona often fly into it.

      Read about Madrid Airport here. It is also very popular and deserves special mention. In the same material, you will find all the most important things about the airports of Alicante, Valencia, Mallorca, Malaga and the Canary Islands.

      Tax Free

      Tax free refunds can be issued at Spanish airports for purchases made in any part of the country. The mandatory minimum purchase amount (previously 90 euros) was abolished not so long ago: now you can get a VAT refund from any amount. Before stamping the papers, the purchased goods will also be checked – they must be shown unpacked. If everything is in order, you will be stamped on the letterhead from the store. After the control, you will need to go to the desk of the Tax Free company and get cash or make a transfer to the card.

      If the word DIVA is indicated on the form that was given to you in the store, the tax-free return procedure becomes even simpler. You only need to scan the barcode of the received form in the control terminal – you do not have to stand in line at the customs point.

      What to buy in Duty Free

      It is very profitable to buy goods of European brands in duty-free shops in Spain. Especially French, Italian, Portuguese, sometimes German. Pay attention to perfumes, cosmetics, glasses, watches and other fashion accessories. Sweets (especially American) in Spanish Duty Free are unprofitable to take. But with alcohol – the order. True, this does not apply to Spanish wines. It is still better to buy them inside the country – there is more choice, and prices are lower.

      If you’re curious about the ins and outs of duty free shopping, check out our article on Duty Free tricks. In it we give a lot of useful tips.

      Has your flight been delayed? You don’t have to put up with it! If you have experienced cancellations, overbookings or delays in the last 3 years, you may be entitled to compensation up to 600 euros. This is easy to check using the AirHelp service.


      Alicante

      Alicante Airport is small, heavily loaded, but quite comfortable. He accepts, as a rule, mainly low-cost airlines. Travelers love this air hub for its convenient location near the city of the same name, quick work of the staff and a good duty-free zone. Of the entertainment at the airport of Alicante, there is only shopping, but the reviews of tourists about it are still, as a rule, positive.

      Layout and location

      There is only one small terminal in the air harbor:

      • ground floor – arrivals area;
      • 2nd floor – departure area.

      All the main shops and restaurants are, of course, on the second.

      The airport is located just 10 km from the center of Alicante, so it can be easily reached by bus. The stop is located right at the exit from the air harbor. Buses from Alicante Airport are easy to get to Murcia, Benidorm, Torrevieja and other cities.

      Shopping

      Taxi-free at Alicante Airport is issued on the ground floor. After stamping papers, you need to go to the Global Exchange counter on the second floor (after passport control).

      Groceries

      In the departure area there is a small Petra Mora grocery store where you can buy gastronomic souvenirs and something for the trip. Prices are higher than city prices, but quite affordable. There is also a small grocery store in the arrivals area.

      Duty Free

      Alicante airport has a fairly good Duty Free zone, you can easily find the most popular goods here. Duty free shops usually have a lot of promotions and great deals – pay attention. There is a small duty-free zone on the basement floor, but there is more choice on the second level.

      Stores of well-known brands and boutiques have been moved to separate areas. Please note that not all of them work on the duty free system.

      Souvenirs

      If you don’t have time to buy souvenirs, visit Encanto Alicante. Here you can buy wines, jamon, traditional Spanish culture and much more. Prices at the airport are higher than in Alicante itself.

      Good to know

      At Alicante Airport, you can eat on the 2nd floor (that is, in the waiting and departure hall). There is one restaurant, several chain eateries, bars (wine and tapas), coffee shops.

      If you have an early morning flight or plan to travel from Alicante to another city in the region, it makes sense to book a hotel near the airport. The nearest hotel is Hotel Areca Alicante-Elche.


      Valencia

      Valencia Manises International Airport is relatively small but very popular. It is comfortable and conveniently located in relation to the city. It works without interruption, and everything is in order with the staff – reviews about the air harbor are usually positive.

      Layout and location

      Valencia Airport consists of only one passenger terminal, so it will be easy to navigate:

      • 1st floor – departure area;
      • 0 floor – arrivals area.

      You can get from the airport to Valencia by city bus or metro. Ground transport stops are located in front of the air harbor, the subway is inside.

      Shopping

      Tax-free returns are processed on the ground floor (in the check-in area).

      Duty Free

      The duty-free area at Valencia Airport is quite modest, but the choice of goods here is still quite good. In the duty-free zone, you can easily find perfumes, cosmetics, accessories of European brands and alcohol at very attractive prices. You can take 15-20 minutes for shopping at Valencia Airport – no more. This is enough to explore the entire range on the shelves.

      Souvenirs

      For gifts for loved ones, visit the Ale-Hop Shop. There are not too many traditional Spanish goods there, but you can still find something interesting. For jamon, cheeses, wines and other gastronomic souvenirs, head to Sibarium Delicatessen.

      Good to know

      At Manises airport there are not too many options for eating before the road: fast food, cafes, wine bars.

      Near the airport there are hotels of various price categories, which are in great demand among tourists, as they are very convenient for stops for several days. Ibis Aeropuerto Valencia occupies the most advantageous position. It is better to book in advance, as overpayments on the spot are inevitable.


      Mallorca

      Palma de Mallorca Son San Juan International Airport is the largest air hub in the Balearic Islands. It is inferior in size only to its “brothers” from Madrid and Barcelona. In addition, Mallorca airport is also the champion in all of Europe: it serves the largest number of flights per hour. If you fly to Ibiza or Menorca, this is probably where you will need to make a transfer.

      Scheme and location

      Mallorca airport consists of one terminal, which is divided into 4 passenger buildings:

      1. A – operates only during the high season and, as a rule, serves only Schengen.
      2. B – home (most often serves flights to Menorca and Ibiza), works only in summer.
      3. C – the largest and most modern, serves all types of flights.
      4. D – European flights only.

      Always keep a close eye on the online scoreboard, because during the high season flights to Mallorca often arrive at intervals of less than 5 minutes.

      The air harbor is only 8 km from the city, so you can easily get around to the hotel on your own. You can go by taxi (it will cost about 30 euros) or by bus (10 times cheaper).

      Shopping

      Taxi-free at Mallorca airport can only be arranged in summer – during the high season. For a refund, you will need to go to the Global Exchange office in building A.

      Duty Free

      There are no duty-free shops at Mallorca airport only in building B. In all other compartments, the free trade zone is spacious and excellent in every respect. There is a large selection of goods of classic categories, including new ones.

      Souvenirs

      The best selection of Spanish goods (especially those made in Mallorca) awaits you at El Market Mallorca and Thinking Mallorca. The choice is impressive, the quality is beyond praise. One minus – the prices are quite high.

      For gastronomic souvenirs, head to La Ensaimada 1854 or Sibarium – great choices. Prices at the airport are higher than in Mallorca itself.

      Good to know

      Son San Juan has a great selection of restaurants, cafes, eateries and tapas bars to eat before the road.

      There are several excellent hotels near the airport where you can spend a comfortable holiday. The nearest one is Helios Mallorca Hotel & Apartments.


      Malaga

      Malaga’s Pablo Picasso Costa del Sol International Airport is one of the busiest in Spain. It serves not only the city of the same name, but the entire coast of the resort. The air harbor copes with the task successfully – the reviews about it are really worthy.

      Diagram and location

      Finding your way around Malaga Airport is easy. There is only one passenger terminal, conditionally divided into several zones. There are five floors: -1, 0, mezzanine, 1, 2. Inside, everything is clear intuitively, there are many signs, the staff is very responsive.

      You can get from the airport to Malaga and the cities of the Costa del Sol resort by regular buses or by train. The stop is right in front of the air harbor.

      Shopping

      You can return taxi-free at Malaga Airport on the 1st floor.

      Duty Free

      The best duty free shops are located on the 1st floor. There are really a lot of them here. In Malaga’s duty free you will find not only the most popular European goods, but also many products of Spanish brands. Shopping in the air harbor is really good: new items, promotions, large discounts – everything so that you do not leave Duty Free empty-handed.

      Souvenirs

      The best traditional goods are sold in the Discover Andalucía shop (1st floor). It has an excellent selection of souvenirs: from classic to gastronomic. Prices are higher than in Malaga and even in the most touristic places on the Costa del Sol, but the quality is unmatched.

      For something tasty, go to the shops on the 1st floor of Petra Mora or LOL Sweets. The first one sells traditional Spanish gastronomic souvenirs, and the second one is an easy place to find gifts for children and those with a sweet tooth.

      Good to know

      There is a good working area on the second floor of the airport. And in order not to get bored while waiting for a flight, you can go to the Aviation Museum or visit the Exhibition Hall. There is generally something to do at Malaga Airport – walk around the floors if time permits.

      You can eat at the Pablo Picasso air harbor in chain restaurants or restaurants, and you can relax in coffee shops and tapas bars.

      If you are planning to travel from Malaga towards the distant resorts of the coast, it makes sense to spend the night in a hotel near the airport. This is also convenient if you have an early morning flight. The most convenient option is the Campanile Málaga Airport Hotel.


      Tenerife

      Tenerife-South Reina Sofia International Airport is the main air harbor of the Canary Islands. It is he who serves most of the regular and charter flights in the region. In total, Tenerife has two airports: South and North, but you are unlikely to need a second one. Flights from Russia are accepted only by Reina Sofia.

      Layout and location

      The air harbor is heavily loaded, but it does its job very well. And this is with only one terminal.

      You can get to the resorts and the central city of Tenerife by city buses. The stop is located right in front of the flying harbour.

      Shopping

      The Global Exchange office, where you can apply for a tax free refund, is located on the ground floor. You need to come here for cash already with stamped papers.

      Duty Free

      The best duty free shops at Tenerife Airport are located on the ground floor. There is also a small duty free area in the arrivals hall.

      Duty Free Tenerife has a good selection of popular European goods. They are conveniently categorized. Duty free shops often have discounts on the most popular items (especially alcohol).

      Souvenirs

      For Spanish wines, jamon, cheeses, traditional sweets and other delicacies, head to Tenerife Gourmet España on the ground floor. The choice is very worthy.

      Souvenirs at Tenerife Airport can be bought in shops:

      • El Market Canarias;
      • Island Gifts;
      • The Ocean Company.

      The most interesting, perhaps, the first. All of them are located on the ground floor.

      Good to know

      There is a small food court on the 0th floor of Tenerife Airport where you can have a great meal before your trip. True, the prices here are quite high.

      Relax before your flight in the VIP Lounge. And if you want comfort – in a hotel near the airport. The nearest good apartment complex is Apartamento 2-I Sotavento III.

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      Spain | Pegas Tourism

      Spain is located on the Iberian Peninsula and is washed by the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. It includes the Balearic and Canary Islands.

      Spain is a state with a very ancient culture and a favorable climate. Tours to Spain is a visit to a variety of resorts with a highly developed infrastructure and an extensive program of excursions.

      There are a limited number of places on Earth where a person can constantly feel comfortable. Holidays in Spain has dozens of beaches located on the Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts. The coastline of the Iberian Peninsula, the Canaries and the Balearic Islands looks amazingly picturesque, which allows you to enjoy endless delights of relaxation and a variety of sports such as water skiing, surfing, yachting, diving and many others. It is worth noting that Spain has one of the most climatically comfortable and warmest countries in Western Europe. Ski tours to Spain are no less exciting journey for lovers of winter holidays in Europe. It is here, on the territory of the Sierra Nevada mountain ranges, that some of the best European ski resorts are located. Numerous nature reserves and parks are scattered throughout the Spanish territory. Tourists and travelers can enjoy all this splendor almost 365 days a year. Winters in Spain are warm, and summers are not swelteringly hot, as in Africa or Asia. The climate is warm, even and dry.

      Hotels and hotels in the resorts of Spain – urban. They do not have their own beaches, but they are located in small towns, where there are a myriad of shops of various types. In these stores you can buy everything – from “fridge magnets” to quality Spanish wines. Also, lovers of active nightlife will appreciate the abundance of restaurants, bars and discos. The use of sun loungers and swimming pools, which are located on the territory of the hotel, is free of charge.

      Very popular family holidays in Spain . It should be noted that not every hotel can offer an animation program. Children’s mini-clubs operate only in summer and are closed in winter. Indoor hotel pools are closed from June to September, and open for free access from 9 am to 19-20 pm.

      For supporters of the sightseeing type of recreation, 2-3 star hotels are usually allocated, which are located in the city center. This is due to the fact that a person during excursions spends almost all his time on the road, and comes to the hotel to spend the night and have dinner. Accordingly, meals, for excursionists – breakfast + dinner. Ski resorts, on the contrary, offer luxury hotels with half board.

      Holidays in Spain with PEGAS Touristik – unforgettable emotions, a lot of pleasure, comfort and safety. We work for you to rest!

      Main resorts: Barcelona, ​​Gran Canaria, Ibiza, Costa Blanca, Costa Brava, Costa del Maresme, Costa del Sol, Costa Dorada, Mallorca, Tenerife

      region of Catalonia. It has an international airport and a subway. Barcelona is a port city and is located on the Mediterranean Sea. Currently, the port of Barcelona is one of the largest in the entire Mediterranean, and the city’s beaches stretch for as much as 5 km.

      Barcelona experienced its greatest prosperity in the Middle Ages, when it became a thriving center of Mediterranean trade, and in the 19th century, marked by intense economic and demographic development. This stage culminated in the World Exhibitions in 1888 and 1929, which largely determined the current appearance of the city. In 1992, Barcelona was chosen to host the Olympic Games.

      Barcelona is also proud of its rich historical, architectural and artistic heritage. Monuments of architectural art, buildings with historical significance and modern buildings coexist in an unusually harmonious way in the city. At 1929 AD Barcelona Cathedral was declared a Monument of History and Art of National Importance. In the labyrinth of narrow streets that surround the Cathedral and form the historical center of the city, known as the “Gothic Quarter”, you can find a large number of buildings of unique beauty and significance. On the wide square of Plaza Sant Jaume rise, opposite each other, the City Hall of Barcelona – with its magnificent halls of the Salo de Saint (“Hall of the Sta”) and the Meeting Room – and the Palace of the Generalitat (Palau de la Generalitat), with the hall of St. George and the Pati courtyard dels Taronges (“Patio of orange trees”). In Barcelona, ​​you can see the creations of the greatest architect of the modernist era, Antonio Gaudí – the Sagrada Familia, Park Güell, the La Pedrera building, Batllo’s house. The city also has numerous museums, among which the Picasso Museum and the National Art Museum of Catalonia are especially famous. The Picasso Museum is popular with tourists and is one of the most visited in Barcelona with the richest collection. Ball museum created in 1963 on the basis of a collection donated to the city by Jaume Sabater, a personal friend of the artist, and subsequently replenished with works donated by both Picasso himself and members of his family.

      Barcelona’s central square is Plaza Catalunya. From here originates the famous Ramblas, which daily attracts many tourists traveling around Barcelona. This is a pedestrian boulevard along the central alley of which stretches flower, zoological and newsstands, in the lower part of the boulevard there are street vendors, pantomime artists, artists who draw portraits of everyone from life or photographs. Here you can buy various souvenirs.

      The Palace of Catalan Music, next to Via Laetana, was designed by the architect Domènech i Montaner. This building is considered the pinnacle of modernism and incorporates many elements of this style.

      On the waterfront of Barcelona, ​​in the Portal de la Pau (“Gate of the World”) square, stands a monument to Christopher Columbus, reminding us of the arrival of the navigator in Barcelona after the discovery of America. Nearby are Drassanas (XIV century) – the best preserved of all Gothic shipyards, and nearby – part of the fortress wall of the same era. From here, in the Middle Ages, ships were launched that participated in the most famous naval battles. Now the building of the shipyards houses the Museum of Navigation, where you can see the magnificent ships of the XIV-XV centuries. Barcelona has the largest aquarium in Europe, where you can see 11,000 marine animals from over 450 different species.

      The longest avenue runs through the city – Avenida Diagonal, which is 14 km long. Two streets pass around the city: Upper and Lower, with the help of which you can get into it from any direction without stopping at the center.

      You can see an amazingly beautiful spectacle by visiting the singing fountains located on the slopes of Montjuic. There is also an observation deck on the mountain, which offers a panoramic view of Barcelona. If you want to enjoy an amazing panorama of the city, you are offered a tour on the Teleferic funicular, which leaves from Montjuic. Another way to get acquainted with the city is to take a trip on the Bus Turistic double-decker bus, where you will be offered headphones with audio recordings of the excursion program in 10 different languages, including Russian. You can also explore the city by bike, which can be rented on almost every corner in the city.

      Barcelona is also home to countless shops, restaurants and cafes. For grocery shopping, you can visit the popular market “La Boqueria” (or “Mercat de Sant Josep”), which is a vivid example of 18th century architecture. In the city center on Plaza Catalunya there is a large shopping center “El Corte Ingles”, where on 9 floors you will find a wide selection of goods: clothing, accessories, goods for children, food and much more. In the suburbs of Barcelona there is a place called “La Roca Village”, where more than 100 outlets (discount stores) of all famous brands are collected: Hugo Boss, Lacoste, Calvin Klein, L’Occitane, Burberry, Cacharel, Puma and many others.

      For sports fans in Barcelona, ​​it is advised to visit the famous Camp Nou football stadium, as well as to see the Olympic Stadium, which was reconstructed for the Olympic Games in 1992. Also, Formula 1 races are held here once a year, which collect considerable the number of tourists.

      What can I bring from Barcelona? Very tasty Spanish cuisine. For your friends and relatives, you can bring local jamon ham, chorizo ​​sausage, salchichon sausages, various seafood to enjoy. In Spain, the production of quite tasty wine and olive oil is widespread. From local sweets you can buy Spanish halva.

      Mallorca (Mallorca, Mallorca) – the largest island of the Balearic archipelago and the largest island of Spain. The wonderful climate, beautiful nature contributed to the great popularity of Mallorca among both ordinary tourists and world celebrities, some of them, such as Michael Schumacher, Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones, even bought houses here. Of all the regions in Spain, Mallorca is considered the region with the highest standard of living. As in all the Balearic Islands, the number of sunny days per year is more than 300. The warmest time is from July to August, the temperature rises above 30 degrees, but the Embat sea wind does not allow you to feel the sweltering heat.

      Mallorca is considered the most environmentally friendly resort in Spain, there are about forty protected areas, the island is protected by the state.

      Mallorca has a very varied terrain. Mountains occupy the northwest and east, the highest point is Puig Major, 1445 meters, but this place is in a protected military zone and tourists are not allowed there. The neighboring peak is a little lower, this is Puig Massanella, 1352 meters, the entrance is open for tourists here. Through this mountain range (Serra de Tramuntana) there are 13 railway tunnels. The central part is a large plain, smoothly turning into a rather rocky northern part of the island with steep cliffs and beautiful bays along the coast. There are a lot of windmills on the flat part, which are the official symbol of Mallorca. In the eastern part of the island are the so-called Dragon Caves – unique caves with a beautiful underground lake Martel. In them, tourists are given a rare opportunity to listen to live music concerts.

      The island has plenty of entertainment for almost every taste. There are several water parks (Aqualand, Western Park), Marineland Marine Park (according to rumors, the very first dolphin show in the world took place here), adventure parks (La Reserva, Jungle Park), many national parks and reserves, various shows (among them there are even jousting tournaments). Tourists can also take up various sports: windsurfing, diving, cycling, sailing, fishing, horse-drawn races and even just hiking, but special attention is paid to golf. Mallorca has more than 20 golf courses and hosts the famous Open de Baleares and the Mallorcan Grand Prix.

      Tourists arrive at Mallorca’s Son Sant Joan airport, during the summer this airport becomes one of the busiest in Europe.

      Throughout its history, Mallorca has been repeatedly conquered by different peoples, the culture of each of which has left an indelible imprint on the island and its attractions. The island is the summer residence of the Spanish royal family, which was originally an Arab fortress and a Spanish treasury. From time to time, tourists have the opportunity to participate in official ceremonies.

      Costa Brava , which means “Wild Coast” – a strip of the Mediterranean coast in the northeast of Catalonia in Spain, the province of Girona. It extends for 160 km from the city of Blanes to the border with France. The relief of the Costa Brava is made up of impregnable cliffs and rocks, overgrown with Pyrenean pines and firs, which alternate with magnificent bays and bays with beaches of white sand and pebbles. In addition to the picturesque relief, the Costa Brava amazes guests with the extraordinary richness of Mediterranean vegetation: thanks to the numerous streams flowing down the slopes of the Pyrenees, the land here is extremely fertile, and the low mountains and hills delight the eye with an abundance of mixed – coniferous and broad-leaved – forests that go to the sea itself.

      The resort is known for its ancient towns, markets and magnificent beaches. The average annual temperature on the Costa Brava is 16ºС.

      The history of the coast goes back over 2000 years. Here you can see the ancient ruins, the remains of the Greek and Roman civilizations. The population of the coast is about 6.5 million people. Mostly they are Catalans who speak Catalan.

      Arriving in the Costa Brava, it is worth visiting the city of Lloret de Mar, which has many bars and discos, as well as the famous Marineland water park. For those who prefer walks in historical places to noisy entertainment, there is also something to see. Church of Sant Roma, which was built in 1552 in the Gothic style. During the Civil War, the church was badly damaged, and today only the Chapel of St. Sacramento and the Baptistery allow us to imagine what Sant Roma was before. The Chapel of Santa Cristina is located 3.5 km from the center of Lloret de Mar. The first document mentioning the temple is dated 1376. In 1764, work began on the expansion of the temple, which was completed in 1772. The work was carried out on donations from the inhabitants of Lloret, and those who could not help financially were directly involved in the construction of the temple. The monument to Dona Marinera (fisherman’s wife) is located on a rock at the end of Lloret beach. At 19In 66, the city ordered this statue from the artist Ernest Maragal, which would become one of the symbols of the city. The bronze sculpture depicts a woman looking out to sea, meeting or seeing someone off. It is believed that if a person looks at the sea, just like a sculpture and at the same time touches her leg with his hand, then his desires, which he is thinking about at the moment, will certainly come true. In addition, in the city you can visit and see the Castle on the beach, the monument to Sardana, the Castle of Sant Joan, the monument to the angel and much more.

      The Costa Brava is famous for its wines and liqueurs, which are relatively inexpensive here. As souvenirs on the coast, you can buy ceramic and leather products, tablecloths. In many cities, fairs are organized every week, where you can buy clothes, souvenirs, fruits and much more.

      From any town on the coast you can easily get to Barcelona, ​​Girona, Figueres.

      The most famous resorts are Lloret de Mar, Blanes, Tossa de Mar and Playa de Aro.

      Costa Dorada (Spanish for “golden coast”) is a stretch of the coast of the Balearic Sea (part of the Mediterranean Sea) in southeastern Spain, stretching for 200 km from Vilanova i la Geltrú in the north to located in Delta of the Ebro river city of Alcanar in the south. Costa Dorada covers the entire coast of the province of Tarragona. The relief of the Costa Dorada is made up of long and gentle sandy beaches, which makes this coast popular with tourists. The beaches on the Costa Dorada are mostly long, wide, with fine golden sand and clear water. Among the large number of sandy beaches there are picturesque bays and bays, and unique rock formations. From the winds and cyclones from the north and west, the Mediterranean coast is well protected, first by the Pyrenees, and then by the Catalan mountains. Thanks to its unique geographical features and mild Mediterranean climate, this place is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. There are all conditions for practicing water sports, such as windsurfing, surfing, water skiing, as well as for playing tennis or golf. On the coast there are many modern hotels of various levels, health centers and entertainment facilities. In the Costa Dorada there are many fortresses and military buildings built during the wars and which are the cultural heritage of Spain, and in the cities there are many beautiful churches, monasteries and monuments through which you can trace the history of the country. Nature lovers won’t be disappointed either – there is a unique nature reserve in the Ebro Delta.

      One of the main tourist attractions of the Costa Dorada is the amusement park Port Aventura in Salou. Port Aventura is the second largest amusement park in Europe, its area is 115 hectares. The park consists of five themed areas with attractions for both adults and children, each of which reflects the history of one of the world’s five cultures. Over a hundred unique theatrical performances take place in Port Aventura every day, and more than 70 restaurants and eateries with a menu of traditional dishes will help you discover the world through taste.

      Despite the fact that the Costa Dorada is one of the centers of mass tourism, here you can find many cities that have retained their originality.

      The center of the Costa Dorada is the city of Tarragona, and the most popular resort is Salou. Other cities popular with tourists are Sitges, La Pineda and Cambrils.

      Costa del Sol (Spanish: Costa del Sol – literally “Coast of the Sun”) is the southernmost coast of Spain with a length of more than 300 km, stretching from Malaga to Gibraltar. The resort is located in the autonomous community of Andalusia. This region, being the birthplace of bullfighting, flamenco, sherry and the famous tapas, Spanish guitars and Picasso, can rightfully be considered “Spanish Spain” itself. The coast is surrounded by such famous ancient cities as Seville, Ronda, Granada and Cordoba, where the traditions and culture of past centuries are still sacredly honored.

      Nearly 300 days of bright sun shine on the coast, the average annual temperature does not fall below 14 degrees, and from the north it is protected from the cold wind by mountains, so the name of the resort is fully justified. The hottest time on the coast is from June to August, during the day the temperature rises to about 32 degrees.

      The Costa del Sol resort is traditionally considered the most prestigious and fashionable in Spain and, along with the French Cote d’Azur and American Florida, is one of the three best resorts in the world and attracts millions of tourists and celebrities all year round.

      In addition to its luxurious beaches, the Costa del Sol offers its guests the opportunity to practice water sports such as water skiing, windsurfing and diving. The resort has all the infrastructure for golf and tennis, and is also famous for its vibrant nightlife: clubs, discos, restaurants and bars – and all this is perfectly combined with the unique flavor and atmosphere of the old Andalusia. However, the cold currents of the Atlantic make swimming in the sea not very comfortable, since the water temperature rarely rises above 21 degrees in summer.

      Traditionally, tourists arrive on the Costa del Sol at Malaga Airport, also known as Pablo Ruiz Picasso Airport. It is the fourth busiest airport in Spain and one of the oldest Spanish airports. It is located eight kilometers from the center of Malaga.

      Costa del Maresme is part of the coast of the Balearic Sea south of the Costa Brava, located in Catalonia, in the province of Barcelona. The resort area of ​​the Costa del Maresme stretches from Tordera and Malgrat de Mar in the north to the town of Montgat, 15 km from Barcelona in the south. This area is known for its magnificent beaches, developed infrastructure and mild Mediterranean climate. North of Malgrat de Mar, the Costa del Maresme merges into the Costa Brava, so both coasts are often referred to as the Costa Brava. The Costa del Maresme has traditionally been a place of fishing and peasant settlements, whose inhabitants were engaged in the cultivation of grapes. The main part of the fishing industry is based in Arenys de Mar, which is the first fishing port on the Costa del Maresme. Starting from the middle of the 20th century, summer residences of wealthy residents of Barcelona, ​​as well as several hotels, began to appear on the coast. Since the mid-80s of the XX century, as part of the development of tourism in Spain, significant funds have been invested in the construction and reconstruction of the coastal cities of the Costa del Maresme. This has led to the transformation of the Costa del Marsme into a major resort and tourist center. The basis of the activity of this region is agriculture, primarily the cultivation of vineyards, as well as the textile industry.

      Costa Blanca (Spanish: Costa Blanca – literally “white coast”) is a long, more than 200 km, coastal strip located in the province of Alicante on the east coast of Spain and stretching from the Ebro Delta to Andalusia.

      A warm mild climate, almost 300 sunny days a year and an average annual air temperature of about 20 degrees, and the water temperature in summer reaches 25 degrees – all this makes the Costa Blanca one of the best resort regions, which annually attracts millions of tourists from all over the world. In addition, the Costa Blanca holds the Spanish record for the number of beaches that have been awarded the “blue flag” by the EU, a status awarded to beaches for their cleanliness and clear waters.

      On the coast, tourists usually arrive through Alicante Airport – one of the largest airports in Spain, located 9 km from the city.

      Tenerife is the largest island in the Canary archipelago. Since the middle of the last century, it has become one of the most popular resorts in Europe, and this love is fully justified – there is no such unique climate and natural beauty anywhere else. The name of the island can be translated as “white”, presumably it was named so because of the top of the Teide volcano towering above it, covered with snow. The island is divided by a mountain range into two parts: southern and northern. The climate in the south of the island is dry, almost rainless, sunny and warm with minimal fluctuations in average daily and average annual temperatures. In the north it is cooler, high humidity, air temperature is 2-5 degrees lower than in the south. But this is offset by lush vegetation and landscapes of incredible beauty. Tenerife is the only resort in Europe where you can swim all year round, but this mainly applies to its southern part.

      All the island’s beaches are municipal and therefore free. One of the most famous beaches of the island is Playa de Las Teresitas, located near the capital. Its main difference from most of the beaches of the island is the white sand brought here from the Sahara desert. Almost all beaches are covered with black volcanic sand, which is believed to have healing properties. There are especially many black beaches in Puerto de la Cruz. The coast of the resorts of Las Americas and Los Cristianos is a continuous chain of beaches, the most popular beach in the area is Playa de la Vista, with imported golden sand.

      One of the most famous and popular resorts is Las Americas. The city was created specifically for tourists, it is located on the coast an hour’s drive from the capital. Las Americas has everything you need for a comfortable stay for tourists: many bars, restaurants, discos and nightclubs; hotels for every taste and budget.

      The second most popular resort is Los Cristianos. This resort is focused on a more relaxed family holiday, so it is popular with European tourists of retirement age.

      Puerto de la Cruz – one of the first resorts of the island, now it has become a business center, those who are oppressed by the regularity and calmness of the resorts come here to relax. And most often, tourists come here for the purpose of shopping and sightseeing.

      El Medano is another famous resort. It is located away from other resorts and has its own specifics. El Medano is a paradise for water sports enthusiasts and divers.

      Costa Adeje. The southwestern part of the island of Tenerife is notable for the fact that it is here that Costa Adeje is located, the resort is a continuation of Las Americas, and is extremely popular in Europe. This contributes to the atmosphere of silence and comfort. Everything here is designed for the convenience of tourists. Hotels with a high level of service, comfort, a wide network of shops and entertainment venues. In addition, there is a huge number of small shops for all tastes and budgets. The resort is also very developed sea and water sports.

      Playa Paraiso is a small resort area in the southwest of Tenerife. “Paradise Beach” – this is how the name of this place is translated into Russian – is located in a rather secluded place, at a distance of 12 km from the center of tourist life in the south of the island – the resort of Las Americas. In fact, the central part of Playa Paraiso consists of four high-rise and outwardly very similar hotels on the ocean coast, in the names of which the word “Paraiso” is present. Shops, cafes and restaurants are located along the highway that crosses the territory of the resort. The rocky coast is not suitable for swimming, so tourists prefer to sunbathe or by the pools, or go to the beaches of Las Americas, which can be reached by bus (20–30 minutes) or car (10 minutes).

      The capital of the island of Tenerife, and one of the two capitals of the Canary Islands, is Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The service sector is primarily developed in the city. Santa Cruz is positioned as a paradise for shoppers; in the central part of the city there are many shops popular among visitors to the island. The city has a developed network of bus routes, there is also a tram line to La Laguna. Santa Cruz has the largest seaport in the Canary Islands, and the second largest in all of Spain. Despite the rich history, the city cannot boast of an abundance of historical sights. Among the architectural monuments of the city, the Palacio Palace (Cabildo) Insular is the seat of the government of Tenerife; Palacio Carta Palace (1742, now a bank), the Church of St. Francis (17th century) in the Baroque style; Pilar church (18th century) with a painted vault.

      Gran Canaria (Gran-Canaria in Spanish) is the third largest island in the Canary archipelago. From afar, the island looks like a big mountain, in the center of which rises Pico de Las Nieves, its height is 2 thousand meters. The whole island is dotted with deep ravines stretching from the top of the peak to the ocean coast. The island’s capital, Las Palmas, is located in the northeast. It is the largest city of the Canaries and every four years it replaces Santa Cruz de Tenerife as the capital of the Canary Islands.

      The climate of Gran Canaria is tropical trade winds, moderately dry and hot. The comfort of the climate of Gran Canaria is determined by the ocean, the cold Canary Current and the proximity of Africa. Also, the climate is influenced by the mountain range that divides the island of Gran Canaria into south and north. In one day, you can travel around the entire island, while visiting different microclimatic zones. The south coast of Gran Canaria is sunny and hot, and snow can lie on the mountain peak. The maximum temperature in August and June reaches 30°C. These are the hottest months in the Canary Islands. In April, May, September and October the air temperature does not fall below 27°C.

      Maspalomas stands out among the resorts of Gran Canaria. This is the most popular and most famous resort of the island. Maspalomas is able to satisfy the needs of any tourist. From almost every hotel you can get to the fashionable promenade, where the calm atmosphere contributes to a quiet walk and solitude. The resort has a huge number of various restaurants or bars offering dishes for every taste.

      Puerto Rico. A small tourist town in the southwest of the island, located in a valley surrounded by gardens. Puerto Rico has long been famous for attracting lovers of sea sports. There are also a huge number of various shopping centers and a lot of entertainment, and nightlife is in full swing until the morning.

      Puerto de Mogan. Port Mogan is considered the best tourist city of Gran Canaria. It is built in the style of folk architecture and combines the port and the typical character of a fishing village. The houses, located on the slopes of the cliff, are built on the basis of local traditions: white walls and straight shapes and colored windows and doors. Puerto Mogan is so quiet and peaceful that it is the best place for couples in love who want to be together. Only here you can relax from the hustle and bustle of city life and the crazy pace.

      San Agustín is a quiet town with first line hotels and a nice gray sandy beach. It is believed that San Augustine has the best private medical clinics in the Canary Islands and one of the largest thalassotherapy centers in Europe. This resort may be of interest to those tourists who are too crowded in Playa del Inglés. This tourist town is suitable for a leisurely holiday on the beach.

      Playa del Inglés is a place for those who are not tired of life. After all, she, life, boils here day and night. Playa del Inglés has several times more hotels and apartments than the rest of the coastal resorts combined. On the resort’s three-kilometer beach of the same name, there is the Anexo II shopping center, where you can dine in one of the many restaurants and buy every little thing; next to it – water activities.

      On the island you can not only relax on the magnificent beaches, but also make exciting trips to local attractions. These are botanical gardens, and historical complexes, and traditional villages and settlements.

      Jardín Canario Botanical Garden is one of the main natural attractions of Gran Canaria. The garden is located near the settlement of Tafira. There are more than 5,000 species of plants found in the local nature.

      Bandam Peak. This is a volcano crater, the diameter of which reaches one kilometer and a depth of more than two hundred meters. From the top of the crater offers an amazing view of the capital of the island of Gran Canaria and the central part of the island.

      Artenara is a mountain village located at an altitude of 1270 m above sea level. Artenara is one of the oldest villages on the island and is an architectural phenomenon: most of the old houses here are built into the rocks and at the same time equipped with all modern amenities. Of particular interest is the village church of La Ermita de la Cuevita, set in a mountain cave.

      Cueva Pintada. This archaeological complex is the largest in the Canary archipelago. Cueva Pintada Cave is located in the archaeological park and consists of six communicating caves, decorated with drawings of primitive people who lived in these places.

      Ibiza – This is where the waters of the Aegean and the Mediterranean meet. This city was founded in the 4th century. BC. and was named Fiscos. According to the most famous historian of the ancient world, Herodotus, who left a list of the seven wonders of the world to future generations, modern Marmaris was founded by warriors who came from the island of Crete. Marmaris (Fiskos) was the most important port on the Antalya-Rhodes-Egypt trade route. In 334 BC The army of Alexander the Great liberated the lands of Anatolia from the Persian yoke. Later, the city became part of the Byzantine Empire, and even later went to the Ottomans. Today, the fortress of the 11th century reminds of the times of the Ottoman Empire, the walls and tower of which are an expressive element of the old city. From here you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the port, full of flags of various states and colorful sails, which is one of the main yacht centers in Turkey. Marmaris is the most European resort in Turkey. It is lively here not only during the day, but also at night. Until the morning you can dance and have fun in the discos, open all night. And during the day, enjoy unforgettable boat trips along the Aegean Sea and explore local attractions. This region, endowed with amazing natural beauty and wonderful climate, imbued with the spirit of ancient history, is a favorite vacation spot for guests from all over the world.

      Official name of the country – Kingdom of Spain

      Capital – Madrid.

      State structure – Form of government – Constitutional monarchy. The head of state is the king, who, on the advice of the prime minister, approves the members of the cabinet. Spain is divided into 52 provinces united in 17 autonomous regions

      Location – Spain is a state in southwestern Europe, which occupies most of the Iberian Peninsula, the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean. Spain borders in the west with Portugal (the length of the border is 1214 km), in the north with France (623 km) and Andorra (65 km), in the south with Gibraltar (1.2 km). Spain is washed in the east and south by the Mediterranean Sea, in the west by the Atlantic Ocean, in the north by the Bay of Biscay (Cantabrian Sea). There are over 2,000 beaches on the coast of Spain.

      Total area of ​​Spain 504,782 km? (land area – 499,400 km2). The total length of the border is 1903.2 km, the length of the coastline is 4964 km.

      Climate – There are three types of climate in Spain: temperate maritime in the northwest and north; Mediterranean in the south and Mediterranean coast; arid continental climate in the interior of the country.

      Spain is one of the warmest countries in Western Europe. The average number of sunny days is 260-280. The average annual temperature of almost the entire Spanish territory fluctuates between 14 and 19°C above zero. Average January temperatures vary from 8-10°C in the northern and middle parts to 10-12°C in the southern part. Average temperatures in July, the hottest month, reach 18-20°C in the coastal areas of the northwest and north of the country and 26°C in the Mediterranean coastal areas.
      The best time for tourism is from late spring to early autumn.

      Population – The population of Spain, as of 2008, is 46.06 million people. Approximately 9% of the population are immigrants. The urban population is 76%. Population Density – 79,7 people/km2.

      Official language – The official language is Spanish. In some areas and provinces, the inhabitants speak the ancient local languages, for example, in Catalonia, the Basque Country, etc.

      Currency – Spain is a member of the European Union, the official currency of the country is the euro (€), equal to 100 cents.

      Currency can be exchanged at banks, ATMs, exchange offices, hotels and travel agencies. Most banks work Mon.-Fri. from 8.30 to 14.30, on Saturday from 8.30 to 13.00, exchange offices from 8.30 to 19.00 (some until 20.00), ATMs are open around the clock. The highest rate when exchanging currencies in banks, at exchange offices at airports, railway stations, shops, etc. exchange rate will be less favorable. It is also worth remembering that most banks take a commission for the exchange service, there will also be a commission when withdrawing money through an ATM.

      Time – Time is 3 hours behind Moscow time.

      Electrical voltage – 220 V.

      Visa – Citizens of the Russian Federation, when crossing the border, must have an entry permit issued by the Consular Section of the Embassy of Spain in Moscow – a visa. A visa is issued individually in the passport of the traveler; for issuing a visa, two blank pages in the passport are required. In accordance with the rules for issuing visas established by the Consulate General of Spain in Russia, PEGAS Touristik issues visas only for citizens of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus.

      Customs Regulations – The importation of items for personal use (personal jewelry, cameras, camcorders, cell phones, musical instruments, etc.) is not restricted, however, if the customs officer suspects that the item is being imported for sale in Spain , then he may require you to fill out a declaration and pay a cash deposit, which will be returned upon departure from Spain upon presentation of the declaration and the item itself. Spanish customs officers issue, upon request, receipts certifying that the item has been brought into Spain. Duty-free import per person is allowed: up to 1 liter of spirits (alcohol content over 22%) or up to 2 liters of fortified wines and liqueurs (alcohol content less than 22%), 200 cigarettes or 250 g of tobacco, 500 g of coffee, 100 g of tea, up to 50 ml of perfume and 250 ml of eau de toilette, goods and items for personal use.

      The import of foreign currency into Spain is not restricted. If you plan to purchase for cash in excess of 5000 €, you will need an official confirmation of the legality of importing money into the country. The export of currency is also not limited, but when exporting an amount of more than 10,000 €, it is required to fill out a declaration.

      Sharp items (nail scissors, penknives, etc.) can only be carried in checked baggage.

      Import prohibited :

      • drugs and narcotic preparations,
      • medicines,
      • firearms,
      • ammunition,
      • explosives,
      • pornography,
      • plants,
      • animals and birds,
      • non-vacuum packed foodstuffs,
      • Asian poultry
      • products containing meat and milk,
      • chocolates.

      The ban on the import of meat and dairy products does not apply to children’s and dietary food necessary for people with chronic diseases (in this case, the products must be carefully packaged).

      Emergency Services :

      • National Police – 091
      • Local Police – 092
      • Fire Department – 080
      • Ambulance – 061
      • Red Cross – 22-22-22.

      Shops – Shops are open from 10:00 to 20:00, break from 14:00 to 17:00, some shops and private shops are open until 22:00. Bakeries and bars open from 8 am. There are no breaks in hypermarkets and department stores, but they are usually closed on Sundays. Markets are open only in the mornings. In resort areas, most shops are open on Sundays. Payment for purchases can be made both in cash and by credit cards.

      Shopping is best in big cities – Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Valencia, etc. In such cities, there are many boutiques and shops with fashionable clothes, they are usually located in the city center. Prices in stores are not higher than in supermarkets, and sometimes even lower. In the markets you can find almost everything, from groceries to antiques.

      In memory of Spain, you can bring famous pottery (the Costa Dorada is especially famous for it), leather goods, guitars, traditional Spanish fans, products with gold and silver thread embroidery on velvet, olives and olive oil, wine and much more.

      Transport – Spain has a well-developed transport infrastructure, which includes an extensive network of roads, railways, air and water communications. The length of roads is 328,000 km, and railways – 14,589 km. The leading place is occupied by air transport. Of the 42 airports, 34 carry out regular flights.

      The most convenient way to get around Spain is within the country, because in almost all large and resort cities there are bus stations. Intercity buses are equipped with air conditioning, video equipment and, in most cases, toilets. It is customary to pay for travel directly on the bus, but you can save money by buying a multiple ticket.

      Railway trains are divided into several categories, depending on speed and comfort. You can buy a ticket at railway stations and train stations, or at travel agencies. There you can also get detailed information about train schedules and ticket prices.

      It is more convenient to get around the city by taxi. You can take a car in the parking lot, order by phone, call from a hotel, cafe or restaurant. Taxis are usually distinguished by a light board with the inscription taxi. Each taxi has a meter, the cost of the trip will depend on its readings. At night, holidays and weekends there is an increased rate.

      In Madrid and Barcelona, ​​perhaps the most convenient transport is the metro. This is the fastest and cheapest mode of transport. Tickets are sold at the box office or vending machines at the stations.

      Car rental – A car can be rented by a person who is at least 21 years old, who has an international driver’s license and a credit card. In some cases, they may ask for a passport. Class A and B cars are issued for cash, while in addition to the deposit, the entire rental amount for the entire period is taken in advance. You can order a car both at the rental office and through the administrator at the hotel where you live. In addition, you can order a car from Russia by ordering it from an international car rental agency in advance. Tariffs of local rental companies, as a rule, are lower than the tariffs set by well-known international ones. When renting a car for a long period, a discount is possible.

      There are several types of roads in Spain: state highways (sign N), expressways (sign A) and municipal roads (marked with sign C). On the highways of Spain, every 5 km there is an SOS phone from which you can call emergency services.

      Police phone number: 091. The maximum allowed speed in built-up areas is 50 km/h, on highways – 120 km/h. We recommend that you observe the speed limit, because. Spain has quite high fines for speeding. Fines are paid on the spot. When traveling by car, you must have a driver’s license valid in Spain, a technical equipment passport and an insurance card.

      Telephone – To make calls to Russia, dial:

      • 007 (Russian code) – (area code) – (phone number).
      • The telephone code for Spain is 34.
      • Telephone code for the Canary Islands: +34 (922).

      Tip – In Spain, the service is included in the price and amounts to 10-15% of the cost of the service. If you like the service, you can add another 5% of the amount. If the tip is not included in the bill, it is customary to leave it on the table. It is customary to leave tips for waiters, maids and porters in hotels, taxi drivers, hairdressers, etc. Maid and porters leave about 1-2 euros, taxi drivers leave an average of 5-10%.

      Precautions – Valuables and documents are best left in a hotel safe. It is advisable to make photocopies of important documents (passports, tickets, etc. ) and store them separately from the originals. Money and documents should be stored in different places. In case of theft or loss of a credit card, you must immediately call the bank and block the account. In crowded places (airports, train stations, squares, etc.) keep an eye on your belongings, do not show the contents of your wallets in public, do not give things to strangers for safekeeping. In case of theft or other illegal actions against you, contact the police.

      It is not recommended to walk alone at night, carry cameras and bags over your shoulder, and also on the opposite side of the roadway, because there are cases of theft by people on motorcycles.

      In case of difficult situations (problems with the police, loss of a passport, etc.), please contact the Consulate of the Russian Federation. The duty officer works around the clock. When detained by the police, do not sign any documents, do not answer questions, do not give your documents and do not succumb to provocations and do not create conflict situations.

    • Ferry fuerteventura lanzarote: Fuerteventura-Lanzarote Ferry Info and Tickets

      Опубликовано: May 26, 2021 в 11:12 am

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      All you need to know about Ferry Lanzarote Fuerteventura

      Millions of tourists flock the Canary Islands every year to experience its clear, warm waters, spectacular sights and the overall island life. Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura are the four major islands where most visitors go to.

      Most of the time, travellers only get to visit one island each trip. With an area of almost 7,500 square kilometres, it gets a bit tricky to visit even just two islands per holiday. Although there are now a few ferries that can take you from one island to the other, the routes and schedules are limited. But we have come bearing great news! You can now take a ferry from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura and vice versa every day!

      Read on as we list down all you need to know about Ferry Lanzarote Fuerteventura!

      The Playa Blanca Fuerteventura Route

      Ever wanted to visit the whole of Canary Islands? Good news is you can visit two in just one trip. Starting on the 1st of May, there will now be three fast boats that will ferry from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura. We have partnered with Lineas Romero who recently added a brand new boat to their fleet, built especially for the Playa Blanca Fuerteventura route.

      The Don Juan ferry from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura is 30 meters long and 9 meters wide and has a capacity of 340 passengers. This is Lineas Romero’s biggest one yet and is specifically designed for tourists, taking into priority the comfort of its passengers. This means no cars are allowed on board so it can accommodate more passengers. This is perfect for tourists who don’t really plan on taking a car to Fuerteventura. The company’s two other boats, the El Graciosero and Princess Ico will also be transporting passengers to the same route.

      If, however, you do want to bring your car on a ferry Fuerteventura, there are other options like Fred Olsen or the Naviera Armas. If you’re planning on bringing a car rental, make sure you check with your rental company. Most car hire companies indicate in their terms and conditions that you can’t take their cars off the island they were rented from. Also keep in mind that these ferries are more for residents with cars and delivery vehicles, which aren’t as pleasant as the ferry Fuerteventura Lanzarote trip that Lineas Romeo offers.

      TravelOn World offers the best price on the island for these ferry Fuerteventura trips. Direct tickets can be purchased from us, which come with a free bus pickup and drop-off at your accommodation. Once you book through travelon.world, you are guaranteed a secure booking and you will get your vouchers in an instant. Our world-class customer service staff will also be available to help you out with your concerns. So if you need transport from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura, you can get tickets hassle-free.

      Ferry from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura Schedules

      It’s now much easier to take the ferry from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura because these ferries ply the Playa Blanca Fuerteventura route frequently. There are seven timeslots to and from Fuerteventura daily except Sundays, as there are only four on that day.

      The first boat from Playa Blanca, Lanzarote leaves at 8 in the morning and gets to Corralejo Fuerteventura at 8:45 while the last trip from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote leaves at 19:00 daily. Here’s the rest of the schedule throughout the day:

      From Playa Blanca, Lanzarote:

      8:00 Mondays to Saturdays

      9:30 Daily

      10:30 Daily

      11:15 Mondays to Saturdays

      12:30 Daily

      18:30 Daily

      From Corralejo, Fuerteventura:

      8:45 Mondays to Saturdays

      10:15 Daily

      11:15 Daily

      11:45 Daily

      13:00 Daily

      19:00 Daily

      Lanzarote to Fuerteventura: What to do when you get there

      To make the most out of your day in Fuerteventura, you can go on the Fuerteventura Grand Tour. This guided tour starts with picking up tourists at 9 AM, which should be more than enough time to arrive from Playa Blanca. You will then be taken to six of the most famous spots on the island. The famous Aloe Vera Museum of Tiscamanita, the Village of Pajara and the Natural Park of Fuerteventura are only some of the spots you’ll see when you take the ferry Fuerteventura Lanzarote.

      TravelON also offers the Sand Dunes Fuerteventura tour that comes with the ferry from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura, but on a glass-bottom boat. Once you get to Corralejo, you will ride a fully-airconditioned coach ready to take you to the town where you can go around for 1.5 hours. After that, you and your expert guide will head to the Natural Park of Fuerteventura. With the park’s magical mixture of sand dunes and beaches, your trip will definitely be worth it. Feel free to ask your guide questions and trivia about the place.

      So many people would love to visit even just one island of the Canaries. You now have the luxury to see two, so why not grab the chance? Go from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura with the help of TravelON World. We offer everything you need to have a fun and memorable trip, right at the tip of your fingers.

      Return Ferry Between Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, Playa Blanca

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      The booking reference can be found in the confirmation email, which should be in your inbox.

      Can’t find it? Leave us your email and we’ll send you a summary of your bookings.

      With this return ferry between Playa Blanca (Lanzarote) and Corralejo (Fuerteventura) you can sail in comfort between both islands with a 30 minute ride.

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      Don Juan
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      Enjoying the beach in CorralejoLobos Island and Lanzarote from Corralejo

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      Corralejo DunesCubiertainterior, comodos asientosDon Juan

      With this return ferry between Playa Blanca (Lanzarote) and Corralejo (Fuerteventura) you can sail in comfort between both islands with a 30 minute ride.

      Ferry Between Lanzarote and Fuerteventura

      At the Playa Blanca port, to the south of Lanzarote, you can take a ferry to Corralejo, the tourist area found in the North of Fuerteventura.

      Over a tranquil 30 minute journey you will cross the Bocaina in comfort, the strait between Lanzarote and Fuerteventura.

      During the trip, you will have bathrooms and a bar on board, where you can have a snack while you enjoy the trip.

      Things to do in Corralejo

      Once in Corralejo you will have free time to pass through the various shops, bars and restaurants at your own pace, or relax on the Corralejo beach, characterised by its fine golden sand and turquoise waters. And from the beach you can see Lobos Island, found just a few kilometres from the coast.

      You can also head to the dunes of the Corralejo National Park, without doubt the biggest attraction in the far northeast of Fuerteventura.

      Departure Times

      You can take any of the ferries, which leave daily at the following times:

      • Journey out from Playa Blanca (Lanzarote): 9:30 am, 12:30 pm, 4:30 pm and 6:30 pm.
      • Return from Corralejo (Fuerteventura): 10:30 am, 1:30 pm, 5:30 pm and 7:30 pm
      • When making your reservation you can choose to return from Corralejo (Fuerteventura) to Playa Blanca (Lanzarote) on the same day at the indicated time. The ticket is also valid, if you wish, for the following day, or later in the week.

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      Price

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      Round trip ticket

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      Covid-19 Measures

      Please check local restrictions before traveling. All of our services comply with recommendations to avoid the spread of Covid-19.
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      Alcohol gel will be available before, during, and after the service.

      All those running the service (guide, driver etc…) will wear a mask throughout its duration.

      Handing out of printed material such as maps or brochures will be avoided.

      Showing your voucher on your phone will be enough, and it is not necessary to print anything.

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      Duration

      30 minutes.

      Included

      One way ferry to Corralejo

      Round trip ferry between Playa Blanca and Corralejo (depending on selection)

      When to book?

      You can book up to the start time, as long as there are places remaining.
      Book now to guarantee your spot.

      Type of voucher

      Electronic. Show the voucher on your phone.

      Accessibility

      Not wheelchair accessible.

      Sustainability

      All services published on Civitatis are carried out in accordance with our Sustainability Code. Specifically, this activity applies the following practices:
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      Pets

      Permitted.

      Frequently asked questions

      If you have any other questions please contact us.

      Free cancellation

      Free! Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts.
      If you cancel under this time or do not show up, you will not be refunded.

      Flexible schedule

      Ferry ticket to Lanzarote with wifi

      Fuerteventura: Ferry ticket to Lanzarote with wifi

      By Lineas Romero

      Free cancellation available

      Price is $20 per adult$20

      per adult

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      Features
      • Free cancellation available
      • 30m
      • Mobile voucher
      • Instant confirmation
      • Cleanliness and safety
      Cleaning and safety practices
      • Masks required
      • Contactless payments
      • Guides required to wear masks
      Overview

      Comfortable easy boarding on our express ferry to the neighbouring island of Lanzarote. Ferry crossing is about 30 minutes. You can travel in the open air or in the covered seating area as you prefer.

      Ferries to Lanzarote sail every day from Corralejo in the north of Fuerteventura to Playa Blanca in the south of Lanzarote.

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      One Way 19:30

      Non-Refundable

      One Way Ferry Ticket

      Travelers

      Starting time: 7:30pm

      Price details

      Price is $19.09 per ticket, price for 1 Adult is $19.09

      $19.09 x 1 Adult$19.09


      Total

      Price is $19.09$19.09

      Return 19:30

      Non-Refundable

      Return Ferry Ticket

      Travelers

      Starting time: 7:30pm

      Price details

      Price is $38. 19 per ticket, price for 1 Adult is $38.19

      $38.19 x 1 Adult$38.19


      Total

      Price is $38.19$38.19

      What’s included, what’s not
      • What’s includedWiFi on board
      • What’s includedToilets on board
      • What’s included4 sailings daily (see timetable in description)
      • What’s includedAir-conditioned vehicle
      • What’s includedShort ferry crossing
      • What’s excludedSun cream for UV sun protection – Lanzarote weather is hot!
      • What’s excludedSun hat for protection
      • What’s excludedTowel to dry off after swimming
      Know Before You Book
      • Wheelchair accessible
      • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
      • Service animals allowed
      • Public transportation options are available nearby
      • Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap
      • Transportation options are wheelchair accessible
      • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
      • IMPORTANT: Valid ID/Passport is requiered when travelling in between the Canary Islands.
      • The tickets need to be exchanged for boarding passes. Please go to the Lineas Romero Office at least 15 minutes before departure to pick-up your boarding pass.
      • The food and drink service must be done outdoors, sitting and maintaining the established norms.
      Activity itinerary

      Comfortable easy boarding on our Fast ferry to the neighbouring island of Lanzarote. Ferry crossing is about 30 minutes. You can travel in the open air or in the covered seating area as you prefer.
      Discover Lanzarote with its fine beaches, volcano national park, luxury marina and promenade. You can hire bikes, or get active with many watersports. Explore Playa Blanca town with its many shops, bars and restaurants.
      Departure times from Corralejo, Fuerteventura:
      10:30
      13:30
      17:30
      19:30
      Departure times from Playa Blanca, Lanzarote:
      09:30
      12:30
      16:30
      18:30
      You will receive an open ticket, which means you can use it on each of the departure  and return times.
      You need to change over your ticket for a boardingpas in the office of Lineas Romero, situated in the harbour of Corralejo.
      *IMPORTANT: When travelling between the Canary islands, a valid ID/ Passport is requiered for each of the travellers.

      Cleaning and safety practices
      Enhanced cleanliness measures
      • High-touch surfaces cleaned and disinfected
      • Gear and equipment sanitized between use
      Social distancing
      • Contactless payment for gratuities and add-ons
      • Social distancing measures in place
      Safety measures
      • Personal protective equipment worn by staff
      • Temperature checks given to staff
      • Masks required
      • Hand sanitizer provided
      • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms

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        • 35660, Corralejo, Canarias, Spain
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        • 35660, Corralejo, Canarias, Spain

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      Ferry Timetables

      Tourists visiting Lanzarote have the option to visit two neighbouring islands, La Graciosa and Fuerteventura.  There are also ferries departing from Arrecife to other islands such as Gran Canaria – but price and journey time makes hopping on a plane a better option for those further flung islands.

       

      If you’re planning to book a ferry crossing to either Fuerteventura or La Graciosa then make sure you book it with Lineas Romero, Lanzarote’s leading ferry company.

      As well as offering unbeatable prices Lineas Romero also boast the best customer service and the most convenient crossing times.

      Playa Blanca (Lanzarote) to Corralejo (Fuerteventura)



      Line Boat Time Departs  Contact
      Lineas Romero Express Ferry 09:30, 10:30, 12:00, 16:15 Book Now

      Orzola (Lanzarote) to La Graciosa



      Line Boat Time Departs  Contact
      Lineas Romero Graciosa Express 10. 00,11:00,12:00,13:30,16:00,17:00,18:00 Book Now

       

       

      It is well worth a visit to Fuerteventura, if you are here in Lanzarote for any length of time, and the best way to get there is by the regular ferry services operating from Playa Blanca at the south of Lanzarote.

      The quality of the ferries operating on this route is exceptional for such a short journey, with the recently introduced Fred. Olsen Bocayana Express putting many cross channel ferries to shame.

      Tickets can either be booked in advance or at the terminal which is normally a good option unless you are travelling right in the middle of peak holiday season, although even then the ferries are not usually too crowded.

      As the ferries run at different times, it can be a good idea to only book a single ticket so that you can have your choice of which line to take on your return journey. Obviously this option depends on whether the ferries are busy

       

      Playa Blanca (Lanzarote) to Corralejo (Fuerteventura)



      Line Boat Time Departs  Contact
      Fred Olsen Bocayna Express 07:10*, 08:30, 10:00, 12:30*, 14:00, 16:00, 18:00 +34 928 517266





      Line Boat Time Departs  Contact
      Fred. Olsen Bocayna Express 07:10*, 08:30, 10:00, 12:30*, 14:00, 16:00, 18:00 +34 928 517266
      Armas V. de Tindaya 07:00, 09:00, 11:00, 15:00*, 17:00, 19:00 +34 928 517912
      * Except Saturdays, Sundays and Festivals.

       

      Corralejo (Fuerteventura) to Playa Blanca (Lanzarote)





      Line Boat Time Departs  Contact
      Fred. Olsen Bocayna Express 07:45*, 09:00, 11:00, 13:30*, 15:00, 17:00, 19:00 +34 928 535090
      Armas V. de Tindaya 08:00, 10:00, 14:00*, 16:00, 18:00, 20:00 +34 928 867080
      * Except Saturdays, Sundays and Festivals.

       

      Fred Olsen also runs a free bus service for ferry passengers; which links the port at Playa Blanca with Puerto del Carmen, the Airport and the island’s capital Arrecife.

       

       

      Orzola (Lanzarote) to La Graciosa





      Line Boat Time Departs  Contact
             
      Lineas Romero   10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 13.30, 16.00, 17.00, 18.00, 19.00* +34 928 842 055
          * Summer timetable (1st July to 31st October)  

       

      La Graciosa to Orzola (Lanzarote)





      Line Boat Time Departs  Contact
      Biosfera Express Graciosa Sail 07. 00, 09.30, 11.30, 15.30 +34 928 842 585
      Lineas Romero   08.00, 10.00, 11.00, 12.30, 15.00, 16.00, 17.00, 18.00* +34 928 842 055
          *Summer timetable (1st July to 31st October)  

       

       

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      Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (Island) – 4 ways to travel via , and car ferry


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      There are 4 ways to get from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (Island) by car ferry, bus, car or plane

      Select an option below to see step-by-step directions and to compare ticket prices and travel times in Rome2rio’s travel planner.



      Car ferry


      1. Take the car ferry from Fuerteventura – Puerto del Rosario to Lanzarote – Arrecife







      Line 6 bus, car ferry, bus


      1. Take the line 6 bus from Puerto del Rosario to Corralejo – Estación Corralejo






      2. Take the car ferry from Corralejo, Fuerteventura to Playa Blanca






      3. Take the bus from Muelle de Playa Blanca to Arrecife – Estación de Guaguas







      Drive, car ferry


      1. Drive from Puerto del Rosario to Corralejo, Fuerteventura






      2. Take the car ferry from Corralejo, Fuerteventura to Playa Blanca






      3. Drive from Playa Blanca to Arrecife







      Fly, line 34 bus


      1. Fly from Fuerteventura (FUE) to Arrecife (ACE)






      2. Take the line 34 bus from Las Vistas to Carretera Tías – San Bartolomé







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      Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (Island) by car ferry, walk and bus


      The journey time between Fuerteventura and Lanzarote (Island) is around 3h 29m and covers a distance of around 67 km. This includes an average layover time of around 14 min. Operated by Naviera Armas S.A. and IC Bus Lanzarote, the Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (Island) service departs from Fuerteventura – Puerto del Rosario and arrives in Los Alonso. Typically only one service runs weekly, although weekend and holiday schedules can vary so check in advance.









      1


      Weekly Services






      3h 29m


      Average Duration






      €30


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      Questions & Answers




      What is the cheapest way to get from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (Island)?

      The cheapest way to get from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (Island) is to car ferry which costs €30 – €45 and takes 3h 29m.


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      How do I get from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (Island) the fastest?

      The fastest way to get from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (Island) is to drive and car ferry. Taking this option will cost €30 – €65 and takes 1h 27m.


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      How far is it from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (Island)?

      The distance between Fuerteventura and Lanzarote (Island) is 80 km.



      How do I travel from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (Island) without a car?

      The best way to get from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (Island) without a car is to car ferry which takes 3h 29m and costs €30 – €45.


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      How long does it take to get from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (Island)?

      It takes approximately 3h 29m to get from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (Island), including transfers.


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      How long is the flight from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (Island)?

      The quickest flight from Fuerteventura Airport to Arrecife Airport is the direct flight which takes 50 min.


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      Which airlines fly from Fuerteventura Airport to Arrecife Airport?

      TUI Airlines Netherlands, Canaryfly and Binter Canarias offer flights from Fuerteventura Airport to Arrecife Airport.


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      Where can I stay near Lanzarote (Island)?

      There are 3512+ hotels available in Lanzarote (Island). Prices start at €100 per night.


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      How do I get to Fuerteventura (FUE) Airport from Fuerteventura?

      The best way to get from Fuerteventura to Fuerteventura Airport is to line 3 bus which takes 7 min and costs €1.


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      What companies run services between Fuerteventura, Spain and Lanzarote (Island), Canary Islands, Spain?

      Naviera Armas S.A. operates a car ferry from Fuerteventura – Puerto del Rosario to Lanzarote – Arrecife once a week. Tickets cost €30 – €45 and the journey takes 3h.



      Binter Canarias

      Website

      bintercanarias.com

      Ave. Duration

      2h 22m

      When

      Every day

      Estimated price

      €80 – €250

      Ave. Duration

      2h 35m

      When

      Friday, Saturday and Sunday

      Estimated price

      €80 – €250


      TUI Airlines Netherlands

      Website

      tui.nl

      Ave. Duration

      50 min

      When

      Tuesday

      Estimated price

      €50 – €150


      Canaryfly

      Website

      canaryfly.es

      Ave. Duration

      2h 15m

      When

      Every day

      Estimated price

      €60 – €240


      Tiadhe

      Phone

      +34 (0) 928 855 726


      Email

      info@tiadhe. com


      Website

      tiadhe.com


      Ave. Duration

      45 min

      Frequency

      Hourly


      Estimated price

      €2 – €4


      Schedules at

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      IC Bus Lanzarote

      Phone

      928 811 522


      Website

      arrecifebus.com


      Ave. Duration

      42 min

      Frequency

      Hourly


      Estimated price

      €4


      Schedules at

      arrecifebus. com



      Ave. Duration

      21 min

      Frequency

      Every 15 minutes


      Estimated price

      €2


      Schedules at

      arrecifebus.com




      Naviera Armas S.A.

      Phone

      +34 (0) 902 456 500


      Website

      navieraarmas.com


      Ave. Duration

      3h

      Frequency

      Once a week


      Estimated price

      €30 – €45


      Website

      Naviera Armas S. A.



      Ave. Duration

      35 min

      Frequency

      Every 4 hours


      Estimated price

      €28 – €45


      Website

      Naviera Armas S.A.



      No car

      €33


      Car

      €46



      Fred Olsen

      Phone

      +34 902 10 01 07


      Email

      reservas@fredolsen. es


      Website

      fredolsen.es


      Ave. Duration

      25 min

      Frequency

      Every 2 hours


      Estimated price

      €19 – €20


      Website

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      Lanzarote to Fuerteventura Day Trip (Options + Tips + Photos)

      Spending your vacations in Lanzarote? Wanting to see more of the Canary islands? 
      A Lanzarote to Fuerteventura Day Trip is a great adventure to see another style of living and different landscapes.
      Below is my guide to help you plan your excursion for just one, or several days.

      This article contains affiliate links (Disclosure page). If you purchase using my link, I get a commission at no extra cost to you.

      Lanzarote to Fuerteventura Day Trip – Is it worth it?

      First of all, some of you might be wondering if it is even worth it to head to Fuerteventura for the day while on vacation in Lanzarote.
      Here a re a few facts to consider and my overall opinion

      Lanzarote to Fuerteventura – Timing

      • Fuerteventura is located to the South of Lanzarote in the Canary islands
      • The main option to travel from one island to the other is the ferry from Playa Blanca Lanzarote to Corralejo Fuerteventura
      • Ferry Time – The ferry can take from 25min to 45 min to cross depending on the boat and company chosen. See my section about the ferries
      • Driving time Lanzarote – The ferry departs from Playa Blanc which is a 30min drive from Puerto del Carmen and 40min drive from Costa Teguise
      • Driving time Fuerteventura – Fuerteventura is very long – from Corralejo (where the ferry arrives) to Morro Jable the last town to the South it takes 1h55 via express way
      • Therefore you can see only the Northern part of the island on a day trip from Lanzarote

      Interest of getting to Fuerteventura

      Both islands are very close to the African continent and have the same weather. Some people say they are quite similar. 
      Compared to other canary islands they may be true, but I think they are quite different and that a day is interesting to discover different landscapes.

      Even if just touring the North of the island you can see a large sand dunes natural park and drive in mountains. This is scenery you will not see in Lanzarote.

      You can learn more about differences on my article about Lanzarote of Fuerteventura.

      So, is it worth it?

      I think if you only have one week in Lanzarote and it is your vey first time there, there is already way enough things to do on that island. It might be too much to do a long day trip to Fuerteventura.
      However if you are staying over a week or like me absolutely love sand dunes, then an excursions to Fuerteventura is fantastic idea.

      Lanzarote to Fuerteventura excursions – Options

      If you are not renting a car in Lanzarote

      If you are not renting a car in Lanzarote and staying at one of the resort towns, companies a running days trips to Fuerteventura. You just have to sit back, relax and follow the guide.

      • OPTION 1 – Bus to Playa Blanca + Ferry – If you want to be free to do whatever you want in Corralejo Fuerteventura, you can book a tour that includes the drive to Playa Blanca plus the ferry and the return. You get 5h of free time on Fuerteventura – Learn more
      • OPTION 2 – If you want a bit more, you can pick a tour that leaves you some free time in Corralejo but also take you to play in the Corralejo sand dunes Check out program and book
      • OPTION 3  – If you want to get a nice overview of the Fuerteventura landscapes, you can book a full day excursions around the North of the island including the mountains, the historical capital and the sand dunes Check out program and book

      Further in the article I am showing you what you cold see on those tours with pictures

      If you are renting a car in Lanzarote

      If you are renting a car in Lanzarote you may want some freedom to move around Fuerteventura as well.
      Driving in Fuerteventura is as easy as driving in Lanzarote. The mountain roads are wide enough and not too dizzying.

      • OPTION 1 – You are with a company that allows you to take the car to another island (e.g. Cicar) then you book a ferry crossing with your car
      • OPTION 2 – You leave your car in Playa Blanca, take the express ferry or the car ferry on foot and rent a car in Fuerteventura – it might actually be cheaper than paying for the crossing with car but you will waste time getting and giving back your car

      You can compare all the ferry crossings and book your trip on directferries.com

      Need to rent a car in Lanzarote?
      My tips:

      • Compare car rental prices on Discovercars.com – one of the best customer-rated comparison sites!
      • Choose the car and company you prefer
      • Consider their full coverage option – I always take it for peace of mind! 
      • Book early to have a large choice of vehicles!

      If you want to explore on your own, my eBook about Lanzarote also includes a maps and things to do in Fuerteventura: 

      Plan your perfect trip around Lanzarote!

      • 7 easy-to-plan maps
      • 55 Scenic locations in Lanzarote
      • 19 Scenic locations in Fuerteventura
      • Planning tips + Best times
      • 140+ large photos to decide where to go
      • GPS coordinates direct to the carparks

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      Ferry from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura

      So the main option to get from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura is to take the ferry in Playa Blanca and arriving in Corralejo. This is the shortest distance to cover on water.
      The advantage is that it is not out of the way. It departs and arrives in the heart of towns. So even if you just want to have a different shopping experience or try new restaurant you can just hop to the next island 

      There are 2 types of ferries doing the connection. Both can be booked on directferries.com

      Express Ferry from Playa Blanca Lanzarote to Corralejo Fuerteventura

      If you are not travelling by car, you can take the smaller and faster boat. it is called the express ferry. Some even have glass bottom if you want to see the fish and inside the ocean. It is an enjoyable way to cross.

      Car Ferry – Lanzarote to Fuerteventura – Fred Olsen and Armas

      There are also 2 companies running bigger boats in which you can enter your car. The trip is slightly longer but the boat is also way more comfortable with great comfy chairs and lounges. The photo inside is from a Fred Olsen car ferry. It was really clean and enjoyable.

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      Enjoying the crossing from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura

      During the ferry ride, you can just relax inside or you can enjoy the outside deck to admire the view. Since the distance is so short, there is always something to look at.

      Departure from Costa Blanca

      As you float away from Playa Blanca Lanzarote, you can appreciate the white of the buildings against the bare brown of the land behind. I love such contrasts, don’t you?

      Passing by Lobos island

      Shortly after the ferry pass not far from the magnificent small island of Lobos. I love this small island (check out my article and pictures).
      The advantage is that from the ferry you can see the whole length of the island with the large volcano at one end and the lighthouse at the other.

      Arriving in Corralejo

      The arrival in Corralejo is quite impressive too with the large volcano crater in the background (Volcano Bayuyo).  
      And then you notice that the houses have colours. On Lanzarote, thanks to the work of Cesar Manrique, the architecture has been preserved and all you can see is white (except in Arrecife). But such thing did not happen on Fuerteventura and you can see big buildings of all styles.

      Sand dune tour of Fuerteventura from Lanzarote

      Your first option is a Lanzarote to Fuerteventura day tour that focusses on the town of Corralejo and the famous sand dunes.
      This way the day is not too intense and does not keep you inside a vehicle too long. 

      Check out program and book

      You start with free time in the town of Corralejo with it charming harbor and shops.

      Then you head to the famous sand dunes of Corralejo Dunes Natural park.
      It is only a very short drive from Corralejo. There are difference places to see. At the beginning the road is distanced from the water and you have dunes to reach the beach. but further South the road get right by the beaches.
      So when your transportation stop you can spend some times lost in the dunes on one side or refreshing by the water on the other.

      Lanzarote to Fuerteventura Day Tour to Mountains

      If you don’t mind spending more time inside a vehicule, I think the last option is great. It is one that gives you a better idea of what Fuerteventura looks like.
      And it will give you a big change of scenery from the volcanoes in Lanzarote.

      Check out program and book

      You will enjoy the stunning drive in the central mountains of Fuerteventura with beautiful soft shapes and nuances of oranges, yellows and browns. ou will stop at at least one of the viewpoints.

      You will be able to visit the original capital of the Canary islands – a small village called Betancuria. It is really charming with typical Canarian architecture.

      And you will finish with the magnificent sand dunes of Corralejo. A nice overview of North Fuerevntura.

      Lanzarote to Fuerteventura Trip – Multidays

      If you have 2 weeks in Lanzarote, you can decide to stay 10 days on the island and head for a multi day tour of Fuerteventura. It is a great balance! No time to get bored 🙂

      Things to see in Fuerteventura

      There is much to see in Fuerteventura depending on what you like:

      • we saw the mountains earlier. There are several really nice viewpoints to stop at
      • history lovers will stop in Betancuria, the original capital city of the Canary islands.
      • geology lovers will stop at Ajuy beach to walk along the old petrified soil and get down inside large sea caves
      • offroad seeker can head to the famous South cliffs of Cofete with several meter high waves
      • while beach lovers will appreciate El Cotillo in the North and the lagoon of Jandia in the South.

      You can find 19 suggestions about Fuerteventura in my eBook. The map will facilitate the planning of your trip!

      Plan your perfect trip around Lanzarote!

      • 7 easy-to-plan maps
      • 55 Scenic locations in Lanzarote
      • 19 Scenic locations in Fuerteventura
      • Planning tips + Best times
      • 140+ large photos to decide where to go
      • GPS coordinates direct to the carparks

      LEARN MORE

      Where to stay in Fuerteventura

      On your way around Fuerteventura, you could stay at: 

      • Betancuria – there is a great historical building which has been transformed into a guesthouse. It is quite a unique stay ! Check out the Casa Princess Arminda
      • South Coast – half way through your tour of the island you can stay at one of the beach resort town. Costa Calma is a great choice, not too big and too busy and close to the beach – Check out the accommodations in Costa Calma
      • North in Corralejo – Corralejo is really the hub to explore the North of the island. It you want to photograph the sand dunes at sunrise this is where you need to stay – Check out the accommodations in Corralejo

      Casa Princess Arminda – room

      Casa Princess Arminda – Common area

      Costa Calma beach

      And keep track of your own trip!

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      How to get from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (island)

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      Embarque no ferry Naviera Armas S. A. no porto de Fuerteventura – Puerto del Rosario.

      Travel time 3 hours. Fare from €28 Distance 64 km.

      Carrier: Naviera Armas S.A..

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      Get off at Lanzarote – Arrecife.

      823 m walk from Lanzarote – Arrecife to Los Mármoles.

      Travel time 9 min. Distance 823 m.

      Get off at Los Mármoles.

      Take the IC Bus Lanzarote at the Los Mármoles stop.

      Travel time 5 min. Distance 2 km.

      Carrier: IC Bus Lanzarote.

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      Get off at Los Alonso.

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      Line 6 bus, car ferry, bus

      Take the Tiadhe bus at the Puerto del Rosario stop.

      Travel time 45 min. Fare from €2 Distance 32 km.

      Carrier: Tiadhe.

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      Get off at Corralejo – Estación Corralejo.

      Take the Tiadhe bus at the Corralejo – Estación Corralejo stop.

      Travel time 2 min. Distance 1 km.

      Carrier: Tiadhe.

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      Get off at Puerto Corralejo.

      Embarque no ferry Fred Olsen no porto de Corralejo, Fuerteventura.

      Travel time 25 min. Fare from €19 Distance 14 km.

      Carrier: Fred Olsen.

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      Get off at Playa Blanca.

      Take the IC Bus Lanzarote at the Muelle de Playa Blanca stop.

      Travel time 42 min. Distance 41 km.

      Carrier: IC Bus Lanzarote.

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      Get off at Arrecife – Estación de Guaguas.

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      By car, car ferry

      In a rented car. Check out this website which car rental company offers the best offer with up to 20% discounts.

      Travel time 30 min. Distance 32 km.

      Get off at Corralejo, Fuerteventura.

      Embarque no ferry Fred Olsen no porto de Lanzarote – Arrecife.

      Travel time 25 min. Fare from €19 Distance 823 m.

      Carrier: Fred Olsen.

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      Get off at Los Mármoles.

      In a rented car. Check out this website which car rental company offers the best offer with up to 20% discounts.

      Travel time 32 min. Distance 34 km.

      Get off at Arrecife.

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      Airplane, line 34 bus

      Take the Tiadhe bus at the Puerto del Rosario (Estacion Puerto) stop.

      Travel time 7 min. Distance 7 km.

      Carrier: Tiadhe.

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      Get off at Fuerteventura Airport.

      Fly to Fuerteventura (FUE) from Arrecife Airport (ACE).

      Travel time 50 min. Fare from €60

      Carrier: TUI Airlines Netherlands.

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      Get off at Arrecife (ACE).

      Take the IC Bus Lanzarote at the Arrecife Airport Terminal 1 stop.

      Travel time 26 min. Distance 10 km.

      Carrier: IC Bus Lanzarote.

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      Get off at C.C. Biosphere.

      Take the IC Bus Lanzarote at the Las Vistas stop.

      Travel time 21 min. Distance 9 km.

      Carrier: IC Bus Lanzarote.

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      Get off at Carretera Tías – San Bartolomé.

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      What is the cheapest way to get from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (Island)?

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      The cheapest way to get from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (island) is the Line 6 bus, car ferry, bus. The trip will cost approximately €26. Travel time will be 3 hours 52 minutes.

      What is the fastest way to get from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (island)?

      By car, the car ferry is the fastest option to get from Fuerteventura to Lanzarote (the island). Tickets cost around €27. The trip will take 1 hour 27 minutes.

      From Fuerteventura
      • Fuerteventura → Lanzarote (island)
      • Fuerteventura → Gran Canaria
      • Fuerteventura → Marrakesh
      • Fuerteventura → Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (region)
      • Fuerteventura → Lobos (island)
      • Fuerteventura → Santa Cruz de Tenerife
      In Lanzarote (island)
      • Fuerteventura → Lanzarote (island)
      • Lanzarote (island) → Lanzarote Santa Cruzote
      • Gran Canaria → Lanzarote (island)
      • Malaga → Lanzarote (island)
      • Barcelona → Lanzarote (island)
      • Warsaw → Lanzarote (island)
      • Cadiz → Lanzarote (island)
      • Santa Cruz de La Palma → Lanzarote Island

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      How to get from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura by ferry

      Getting from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura by ferry is quite convenient. Traveling by ferry is not only a banal trip along the route, but also a great chance to enjoy the beautiful scenery on the way from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura. To find the most comfortable and scenic options in your price range, always book your ferry tickets in advance.

      How far is Lanzarote from Fuerteventura?

      The distance from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura by ferry is 61 km. A ferry ride is usually the shortest route between two points, but the journey is sure to be memorable nonetheless.

      How long does it take to travel from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura by ferry?

      Considering the distance and the average speed of the ferries, the trip from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura usually takes 25 hours. Keep in mind that travel time depends on weather conditions and the type of boat.

      How much does it cost to get from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura by ferry?

      Ferry is a rather expensive mode of transport for many tourists, and indeed, a ferry ticket from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura is not cheap: prepare to shell out from EUR 30. 98.

      Many ferry companies offer discounts for children under 14 years of age.

      The best companies on this route0002 Read reviews from other travelers. Experienced travelers are happy to share their impressions of their trips from Lanzarote to Fuerteventura by ferry.

      If you are traveling with children, you should give preference to companies that offer discounts for small passengers.

      Consider the distance to the port from your location. Google Maps will help you calculate the departure time to get to the port on time. If your hotel is located far from the port, you should avoid very early departures. $ 128.12 Binter Canarias Economy #NT458 08:20 – 09:10 12″ data-price-fx=”USD”> $ 128.12 Binter Canarias Economy #NT488 11:00 – 11:50 $ 127.37 Naviera Armas Reserved Seat Pullman 13:30 – 06:30 $ 127.54 Binter Canarias Economy #NT470 14:00 – 14:50 37″ data-price-fx=”USD”> $ 127.37 Naviera Armas Reserved Seat Pullman 16:30 – 06:30 $ 131.81 Binter Canarias Economy #NT484 19:30 – 20:20 $ 128.12 Binter Canarias Economy #NT4541 20:00 – 20:50

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    How to get from Tenerife to Lanzarote by ferry

    Without a doubt, traveling by ferry is a very scenic option to get from Tenerife to Lanzarote. Ferries to Lanzarote leave twice a day. We recommend booking ferry tickets in advance, especially if you plan to travel during high season, weekends or national holidays.

    How long does it take to travel from Tenerife to Lanzarote by ferry?

    The ferry trip from Tenerife to Lanzarote usually takes between 11:00 and 14:00. Travel time depends on the type of vessel, route and weather conditions.

    How much does it cost to get from Tenerife to Lanzarote by ferry?

    The Tenerife – Lanzarote route is operated by the following ferry companies: Naviera Armas.
    The cheapest ticket costs EUR 131.91. For the most expensive one you will have to pay EUR 131.91.

    Ferry travel hacks

    • We strongly recommend that you buy your ferry tickets in advance, especially if the route is served by small boats or the number of departures per day is limited.
    • Ferry departures are highly dependent on weather conditions. This, of course, applies to a greater extent to sea routes, primarily to routes in the Andaman Sea and along the coast. In bad weather, delays in departures and cancellations of flights are a harsh reality, so take this into account when planning your travels.
    • A more expensive ticket often means less time on board. Always specify the duration of the trip: it might make sense to pay more to reduce travel time from three hours to one, right?
    • If you are prone to seasickness, take your medication half an hour before going to sea. If you feel bad, try to go up to the open deck: the sea wind will refresh and alleviate the condition.
    • The main rule: if you suffer from seasickness, as well as during high waves, choose either large car ferries, or, conversely, speedboats. A catamaran is a bad idea: it will rock with the wave, not cut it. Up and down, side to side, ooh ooh
    • The ferry is often not the only option to get to your destination. Of course, the trip usually turns out to be beautiful and scenic, but longer than, for example, by bus or plane.
    • Always – always! – Wear a life jacket. Rules across Asia are tightening in this direction, and, as a rule, all responsible operators themselves insist that passengers put on vests. If you do not have enough vest – do not hesitate to ask the team or the captain directly.
    • Please note that some piers – usually island piers – charge a surcharge for all arriving passengers. It is not included in the ticket price and is paid separately.

    How to get from Lanzarote (island) to Brno

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    Plane from Arrecife to Brno

    Take the IC Bus Lanzarote bus at the Ferretería de Tías stop.

    Travel time 4 min. Distance 5 km.

    Carrier: IC Bus Lanzarote.

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    Get off at Playa Honda – Esquina Calle Mástil.

    Take the IC Bus Lanzarote at the Polígono de Playa Honda 2 stop.

    Travel time 2 min. Distance 2 km.

    Carrier: IC Bus Lanzarote.

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    Get off at Arrecife Airport Terminal 1.

    Fly to Arrecife (ACE) from London Stansted Airport (STN).

    Travel time 13 h 5 min. Fare from €120

    Carrier: Ryanair.

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    Get off at London Stansted (STN).

    Apanhar um táxi em Brno (BRQ).

    On the way 12 min. Fare from €14 Distance 10 km.

    Carrier: Taxi Impuls Plus Brno.

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    Get off at Brno.

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    Plane from Arrecife to Vienna, train

    Take the IC Bus Lanzarote at the Playa Honda – Esquina Calle Mástil stop.

    Travel time 4 min. Distance 269 m.

    Carrier: IC Bus Lanzarote.

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    Get off at Polígono de Playa Honda 2.

    Take the IC Bus Lanzarote at the Playa Honda – Esquina Calle Mástil stop.

    Travel time 2 min. Distance 269 m.

    Carrier: IC Bus Lanzarote.

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    Get off at Polígono de Playa Honda 2.

    Depart for Arrecife (ACE) from Vienna Airport (VIE).

    Travel time 4 hours 45 minutes Fare from €80

    Carrier: Ryanair.

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    Get off at Vienna (VIE).

    Take the train Flughafen Wien at the Railjet station.

    Travel time 15 min. Fare from €2 Distance 17 km.

    Carrier: Railjet.

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    Get off at Wien Hbf.

    Take the train Wien Hbf at the Railjet station.

    Travel time 1 hour 26 minutes Fare from €6 Distance 148 km.

    Carrier: Railjet.

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    Get off at Brno Hlavni Nadrazi.

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    Plane from Arrecife to Prague, train

    Take the IC Bus Lanzarote at the Playa Honda – Esquina Calle Mástil stop.

    Travel time 4 min. Distance 269m.

    Carrier: IC Bus Lanzarote.

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    Get off at Polígono de Playa Honda 2.

    Take the IC Bus Lanzarote at the Playa Honda – Esquina Calle Mástil stop.

    Travel time 2 min. Distance 269 m.

    Carrier: IC Bus Lanzarote.

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    Get off at Polígono de Playa Honda 2.

    Depart for Arrecife (ACE) from Prague Airport (PRG).

    Travel time 4 hours 35 minutes Fares from €75

    Carrier: Smartwings.

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    Get off at Prague (PRG).

    Take the bus Dopravni podnik hl. m. Prahy, akciová společnost at the stop Terminal 1.

    Travel time 17 min. Distance 12 km.

    Carrier: Dopravni podnik hl. m. Prahy, acciova společnost.

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    Get off at Nádraží Veleslavín.

    Apanhar o metro na estação de Nádraží Veleslavín.

    Travel time 12 min. Fare from €1 Distance 7 km.

    Carrier: Dopravni podnik hl. m. Prahy, acciova společnost.

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    Get off at Muzeum – A.

    709 m walk from Muzeum – A to Prague, hl.n..

    Travel time 8 min. Distance 709 m.

    Get off at Prague, hl. n..

    Take the train Prague, hl.n. at the RegioJet station.

    Travel time 2 hours 27 minutes Fare from €7 Distance 252 km.

    Carrier: RegioJet.

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    Get off at Brno, dolní nádraží.

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    Plane from Arrecife to Bratislava, train

    Take the IC Bus Lanzarote at the Playa Honda – Esquina Calle Mástil stop.

    Travel time 4 min. Distance 269 m.

    Carrier: IC Bus Lanzarote.

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    Get off at Polígono de Playa Honda 2.

    Take the IC Bus Lanzarote at the Playa Honda – Esquina Calle Mástil stop.

    Travel time 2 min. Distance 269 m.

    Carrier: IC Bus Lanzarote.

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    Get off at Polígono de Playa Honda 2.

    Fly to Arrecife (ACE) from Bratislava Airport (BTS).

    Travel time 4 hours 35 minutes Fare from €110

    Carrier: Ryanair.

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    Get off at Bratislava (BTS).

    Take the Slovakia Public Transport bus at the Bratislava Airport stop.

    Travel time 20 min. Distance 8 km.

    Carrier: Slovakia Public Transport.

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    Get off at Bratislava Hlavná Stanica.

    Take the Bratislava Hlavna Stanica train at the Hungarian Railways (MÁV) station.

    On the way 1 h 30 min. Fare from €6 Distance 141 km.

    Carrier: Hungarian Railways (MÁV).

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    Get off at Brno Hlavni Nadrazi.

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    Car ferry to Fuerteventura, plane to Vienna, train

    Take the IC Bus Lanzarote at C. C. biosphere.

    Travel time 33 min. Distance 28 km.

    Carrier: IC Bus Lanzarote.

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    Get off at Muelle de Playa Blanca.

    Embarque no ferry Fred Olsen no porto de Playa Blanca.

    Travel time 25 min. Fare from €19 Distance 14 km.

    Carrier: Fred Olsen.

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    Get off at Corralejo, Fuerteventura.

    Take the Tiadhe bus at the Puerto Corralejo stop.

    Travel time 1 min. Distance 1 km.

    Carrier: Tiadhe.

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    Get off at Corralejo – Estación Corralejo.

    Take the Tiadhe bus at the Corralejo – Estación Corralejo stop.

    Travel time 45 min. Fare from €2 Distance 32 km.

    Carrier: Tiadhe.

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    Get off at Puerto del Rosario.

    Take the Tiadhe bus at the Puerto del Rosario stop.

    Travel time 7 min. Distance 7 km.

    Carrier: Tiadhe.

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    Get off at Fuerteventura Airport.

    Fly to Fuerteventura (FUE) from Vienna Airport (VIE).

    Travel time 4 hours 30 minutes Fares from €95

    Carrier: Ryanair.

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    Get off at Vienna (VIE).

    Take the train Playa Honda – Esquina Calle Mástil at the Railjet station.

    Travel time 15 min. Fare from €2 Distance 269 m.

    Carrier: Railjet.

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    Get off at Polígono de Playa Honda 2.

    Take the train Playa Honda – Esquina Calle Mástil at the Railjet station.

    Travel time 1 hour 26 minutes Fare from €6 Distance 269 m.

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    Get off at Polígono de Playa Honda 2.

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    Plane from Arrecife to Budapest, train

    Take the IC Bus Lanzarote at the Playa Honda – Esquina Calle Mástil stop.

    Travel time 4 min. Distance 269m.

    Carrier: IC Bus Lanzarote.

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    Get off at Polígono de Playa Honda 2.

    Take the IC Bus Lanzarote at the Playa Honda – Esquina Calle Mástil stop.

    Travel time 2 min. Distance 269 m.

    Carrier: IC Bus Lanzarote.

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    Get off at Polígono de Playa Honda 2.

    Take off for Arrecife (ACE) from Budapest Airport (BUD).

    Travel time 4 hours 45 minutes Fare from €70

    Carrier: Ryanair.

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    Get off at Budapest (BUD).

    Take the BKK bus at the Liszt Ferenc Airport 2 stop.

    Travel time 7 min. Distance 5 km.

    Carrier: BKK.

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    Get off at Ferihegy vasútállomás.

    Take the Ferihegy train at the Hungarian Railways (MÁV) station.

    Travel time 25 min. Fare from €1 Distance 17 km.

    Carrier: Hungarian Railways (MÁV).

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    Get off at Budapest-Nyugati.

    Take the Budapest-Nyugati train at the Hungarian Railways (MÁV) station.

    Travel time 3 hours 56 minutes Fare from €15 Distance 353 km.

    Carrier: Hungarian Railways (MÁV).

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    Get off at Brno Hlavni Nadrazi.

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    Car ferry, bus

    Take the IC Bus Lanzarote at the Estación de Guaguas stop.

    Travel time 6 min. Distance 2 km.

    Carrier: IC Bus Lanzarote.

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    I don’t like to go to the sea at the height of the summer season, because there are crowds of people everywhere, high prices, but it’s not bad in Moscow in summer. I prefer to go to warm countries in late August or early September, when everyone is already celebrating autumn, and my summer is just beginning.

    At first I decided to go to my beloved Croatia, I even bought tickets. But then a rating of the best beaches in Europe caught my eye, among which the Canary island of Fuerteventura shone. The photograph was absolutely freaky landscapes of the endless white beach against the backdrop of azure water. We have already been to the most popular Canarian island of Tenerife and we really liked it there (you can read the review here), so I decided that I would spend my beach holiday this year in Fuerteventura.

    Contents:
    1. Plan for an independent trip along the route Moscow-Madrid-Fuerteventura-Lanzarote-Madrid
    2. 3 days in Madrid: planning a visit
    3. Rest on the snow-white beaches of Fuerteventra, plan
    4. 3 days on the island Lanzarote
    5. Total planned travel budget

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    Fuerteventura is an island in the Atlantic Ocean, one of the Canary Islands. Unlike Tenerife, there are no direct flights to it from Russia. And since I have to fly with a transfer, why not make a more extensive travel program and visit several places?

    On this day, apparently, the stars were on my side, so I came across cheap Aeroflot tickets to Madrid. Without hesitation, I booked them and moved on to the question of how to get to Fuerteventura.

    My choice fell on the Irish low-fire Ryanair, which flies to the Canary Islands. Through experience, I found out that he flies not only to Fuerteventura, but also to the island of Lanzarote.

    As a result, the plan of my trip turned out as follows:

    On August 24, we arrive from Moscow to Madrid on

    August 24 – August 28 we walk around Madrid (and we really want to visit Escorial and Toledo)

    August 28 we fly to Fuerteventura

    August 28 – September 2 we enjoy the snow-white dunes in Fuerteventura

    September 2 we cross by ferry to Lanzarote 00 90 902 September 2 – September 5 we have a rest on the famous “fiery” island

    September 5 we fly to Madrid

    September 5 – September 6 we spend the night in a hotel near the airport

    September 6 we fly from Madrid to Moscow

    Perhaps this is my first such eventful trip, I would even call it three trips in one.

    In Madrid, first of all, I want to visit the Prado Museum and the Royal Palace. The Prado has been my dream for a long time, because I don’t breathe evenly towards Spanish painting. And the Royal Palace is interesting to me, first of all, because in all guidebooks it is called the height of bad taste because of the excessively rich decoration. It’s interesting, besides, I just love to walk around the old palaces. Of course, I also want to take a picture against the backdrop of the symbol of Madrid – a bear with a strawberry tree, take a walk along the famous Gran Via, see the city squares.

    This is, shall we say, a must see cultural program for three days in Madrid. In addition, I really want to get to the Escorial castle, which is known for its gloominess and the crypt of the Spanish kings. Interest in Escorial appeared after reading the book by G. Morton “Walks in Spain”, by the way, I recommend this book as a guide in preparation for the trip.

    Believe it or not, I have something else planned for the three days in Madrid.

    Just an hour’s drive from Madrid is the former capital of Spain – the ancient city of Toledo. According to the reviews of acquaintances, it is necessary to go there, even to take a look with one eye.

    Also, in Madrid, taking a break from the cultural program, I planned to visit several parks and even a funicular ride.

    At night, as you know, it’s not decent to sleep in Madrid, because they only start dinner at 10 pm, so I also prepared some entertainment for the evening. Of course, we will spend one of the evenings in the club-theater, where flamenco shows are held. Although this hot dance is increasingly associated with the south of Spain, where it was born, world flamenco stars perform in Madrid, there are iconic bars and clubs. I do not understand this dance, but I really liked the performance of the Moscow dancers, therefore, I cannot but like it in Madrid. In addition, a colleague is engaged in flamenco, so on her tip I booked a table at the Caf? de Chinitas. But this establishment Casa patas is considered one of the best, I also booked a table there, a little later I will choose which one to go to (and of course, I will cancel it in advance).

    Here is a video of fiery flamenco

    Another interesting place to spend an evening in Madrid is the oldest restaurant in the world, Botin. Here they serve suckling pigs according to a proprietary recipe, and for people like me who feel sorry for small pigs, there is also lamb and chicken on the menu. ?

    As I said, sleeping at night in Madrid is not decent, so many bars and clubs are open all night. Of all the variety, I could not choose places to visit online, so we will navigate on the spot. I immediately remembered the words of the song: “Hugging dances, the Spaniards are dancing around. And we are dancing lezginka in orange boots.”

    I decided not to go to the bullfight, because I feel sorry for the unfortunate bull, I do not understand the philosophy of this action.

    I chose a hotel in Madrid for a long time, and eventually settled on my favorite Mercury. I like their comfortable rooms, good breakfasts, in general, I love this chain.

    It seems that after Madrid in Fuerteventura we will sleep and relax. Well, the first day for sure.

    According to reviews on the Internet, the island is practically uninhabited. Well, that is, for one square kilometer, some insignificant number of people. This is very likely to be true, because in all the photographs that I have seen, there is no crowd anywhere. There are endless and wide beaches with white sand, which are even classified as a national park. It was in this region (Corralejo) that I decided to book a hotel.

    After sorting through all the hotels that were available for our dates, I settled on a villa in the Katis complex. There was a choice of a villa in the Greek or Balinese style, I chose Balinese. Private pool, awesome sun loungers, BBQ area… I can already imagine myself in this villa.

    In order not to wallow all day in the villa and the beach, I booked a car for the entire stay on the island. The largest and most popular car rental company in the Canary Islands is CiCar. We rented a car from them in Tenerife. Instead of the ordered Opel Astra, they got a brand new Volvo S40 for the same money, black on the outside and white on the inside, and even a diesel one. When we handed over the car, we didn’t even look at it, we just parked it at the airport, handed over the keys at the counter in the terminal, and that’s it. This time I also booked Opel in the hope that they would give Volvo. If you need an automatic, then be sure to book in advance, and if you drive a mechanic, then you can do it on the spot.

    In Fuerteventura, we plan to ride around the island, visit national parks, swim at various beaches, visit villages and towns. And in the evening, fry the freshest seafood at a private barbecue, go for a walk … And what else do people exhausted by the metropolis need?

    They say that in Fuerteventura everyone is visited by an unprecedented feeling of freedom, because the elements of wind, the elements of water are felt here, like nowhere else, strongly. In general, it should be cool.

    From Fuerteventura to Lanzarote we will cross by ferry, the sail is only about 30 minutes. I bought a ticket in advance online for the FredOlsen ferry.

    Lanzarote is known to many as the “fire island”. He received this definition because of the strongest volcanic eruption, which destroyed fertile lands and tropical forests, covering everything with lava. However, thanks to the local artist Cesar Manrique, the Martian landscapes of the islands have attracted attention, turning them into a national park. I mean Timanfaya Volcano Park, the main feature of which is a bus route through the most beautiful corners of the park and a restaurant where dishes are cooked on the fire of a volcano (more about Timanfaya Park).

    In order to have time to drive around Lanzarote in three days, I booked a car for Lanzarote with the same CiCar. In Lanzarote, I want to visit all the popular mirodors (viewpoints), beautiful beaches, small volcanoes and national parks. Separately, I collect bit by bit information about Lanzarote wineries, because I was told that this island has very valuable and rare wine. The locals grow grapes in pits made right in the lava, they do not make much wine, so it is very expensive for export. One friend is even ready to pay triple the price if only I brought him a bottle of such wine. In general, I was intrigued.

    Also of interest is the work of Cesar Manrique, who created architectural solutions for Lanzarote, well, almost as Gaudí tried for Barcelona.

    For three days in Lanzarote, I booked a bungalow in the hotel complex Casas Del Sol in the resort town of Playa Blanca. I liked that the bungalow also comes with a private patio with sun loungers and a barbecue area, a separate entrance. I chose the resort for practical reasons: we arrived by ferry, took a car, settled in and began to relax.

    The trip budget is as follows (per person):

    Moscow-Madrid-Moscow tickets – 14,500 rubles

    Madrid-Fuerteventura ticket – 2300 rubles

    Lanzarote – Madrid ticket – 4000 rubles in Madrid

    – 7,000 rubles

    Villa in Fuerteventura – 12,000 rubles (it was possible to save a lot and not rent a villa of 360 square meters)

    Hotel near Madrid Airport – 1500 rubles

    Bungalow in Lanzarote – 3600 rubles

    Ferry ticket Fuerteventura-Lanzarote – 1300 rubles

    Total: 46 200 rubles for almost 2 weeks of diverse and sometimes exotic holidays.

    Well, add visa processing to this, it still turns out to be cheap for such a program and super hotels.

    Tickets have been bought, the trip plan has been drawn up, it remains to pack your bags, wait for August 24 and enjoy your vacation. I am sure that the trip will be much richer and more interesting than a package tour to Turkey for the same money. And about how everything will go in reality, I will definitely write in our blog.

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