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Puerto de naos: Puerto Naos beach | Hello Canary Islands

Опубликовано: September 30, 2021 в 11:12 am

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Playa de Puerto Naos Weather Info

Current weather (Wed Sep 21st 14:00)

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27. 2°C / 81°F

Sea temperature

24.5°C
76.1°F

Wind WSW
8 mph / 13 km/h
Rain 0mm
Sunrise 08:02
Sunset 20:07
Current Playa de Puerto Naos weather

Hourly forecast

14:00

Fair

27.2°C / 81°F

8 mph
13 km/h

20:00

Fair

23.2°C / 74°F

2 mph
4 km/h

02:00

Fog

20.7°C / 69°F

5 mph
8 km/h

08:00

Fog

21.7°C / 71°F

3 mph
5 km/h

Week weather forecast

Thu 22nd

25.2°C / 77°F

5 mph
8 km/h

Fri 23rd

25.4°C / 78°F

4 mph
6 km/h

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5 Day Playa de Puerto Naos UV Index

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Temperature Averages

Average Water Temp

  • Wed 21/09 »

    Surf report for Wed 21/09
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    7:00 3ft 11s 11mph
    10:00 3ft 12s 12mph
    13:00 3ft 12s 12mph
    16:00 3ft 12s 12mph
    19:00 3ft 11s 13mph
    Tide times
    High 12:19am (1. 90m)
    Low 6:11am (0.89m)
    High 12:27pm (2.07m)
    Low 6:38pm (0.73m)
    Daylight
    First light 07:36
    Sunrise 07:59
    Sunset 20:09
    Dark 20:33
  • Thu 22/09 »

    Surf report for Thu 22/09
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    4:00 4ft 9s 15mph
    7:00 4ft 9s 18mph
    10:00 4ft 8s 18mph
    13:00 5ft 8s 17mph
    16:00 4ft 8s 16mph
    19:00 4ft 9s 16mph
    Tide times
    High 12:50am (2. 04m)
    Low 6:46am (0.73m)
    High 12:59pm (2.22m)
    Low 7:09pm (0.59m)
    Daylight
    First light 07:36
    Sunrise 08:00
    Sunset 20:08
    Dark 20:32
  • Fri 23/09 »

    Surf report for Fri 23/09
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    4:00 5ft 9s 18mph
    7:00 5ft 7s 19mph
    10:00 5ft 8s 17mph
    13:00 5ft 8s 15mph
    16:00 4ft 9s 14mph
    19:00 4ft 9s 14mph
    Tide times
    High 1:19am (2. 17m)
    Low 7:17am (0.60m)
    High 1:29pm (2.34m)
    Low 7:39pm (0.48m)
    Daylight
    First light 07:37
    Sunrise 08:00
    Sunset 20:07
    Dark 20:30
  • Sat 24/09 »

    Surf report for Sat 24/09
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    4:00 4ft 9s 15mph
    7:00 4ft 9s 14mph
    10:00 3ft 9s 13mph
    13:00 3ft 10s 11mph
    16:00 3ft 11s 11mph
    19:00 3ft 11s 12mph
    Tide times
    High 1:47am (2. 28m)
    Low 7:48am (0.49m)
    High 1:58pm (2.43m)
    Low 8:09pm (0.40m)
    Daylight
    First light 07:37
    Sunrise 08:01
    Sunset 20:06
    Dark 20:29
  • Sun 25/09 »

    Surf report for Sun 25/09
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    4:00 3ft 10s 13mph
    7:00 3ft 10s 13mph
    10:00 3ft 10s 13mph
    13:00 3ft 9s 14mph
    16:00 3ft 9s 13mph
    19:00 3ft 9s 14mph
    Tide times
    High 2:15am (2. 36m)
    Low 8:18am (0.41m)
    High 2:28pm (2.49m)
    Low 8:39pm (0.36m)
    Daylight
    First light 07:38
    Sunrise 08:01
    Sunset 20:05
    Dark 20:28
  • Mon 26/09 »

    Surf report for Mon 26/09
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    4:00 3ft 8s 13mph
    7:00 3ft 19s 13mph
    10:00 4ft 20s 15mph
    13:00 4ft 20s 16mph
    16:00 5ft 20s 15mph
    19:00 5ft 19s 16mph
    Tide times
    High 2:45am (2. 41m)
    Low 8:49am (0.38m)
    High 2:58pm (2.50m)
    Low 9:10pm (0.36m)
    Daylight
    First light 07:38
    Sunrise 08:02
    Sunset 20:03
    Dark 20:27
  • Tue 27/09 »

    Surf report for Tue 27/09
      Swell Period Swell direction Wind direction Wind speed
      Swell Wind
    4:00 5ft 19s 15mph
    7:00 5ft 18s 14mph
    10:00 5ft 17s 14mph
    13:00 5ft 16s 15mph
    16:00 5ft 16s 15mph
    19:00 5ft 15s 16mph
    Tide times
    High 3:16am (2. 42m)
    Low 9:23am (0.40m)
    High 3:31pm (2.45m)
    Low 9:42pm (0.41m)
    Daylight
    First light 07:39
    Sunrise 08:02
    Sunset 20:02
    Dark 20:26

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Playa Delphin, Puerto Naos – Updated 2022 Prices

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  • Guest reviews (51)

Whole apartment

Kitchen

Ocean view

Garden

Terrace

Balcony

Private Bathroom

Non-smoking rooms

You’re eligible for a Genius discount at Playa Delphin! To save at this property, all you have to do is sign in.

Located just a few steps from Puerto de Naos Beach, Playa Delphin provides accommodations in Puerto Naos with a garden, a terrace, as well as room service. Private parking is available on site.

The apartment has 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, bed linen, towels, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a fully equipped kitchen, and a balcony with sea views.

A car rental service is available at the apartment.

Pozo Beach is an 8-minute walk from Playa Delphin, while Bombilla Beach is half a kilometer away.

Couples in particular like the location – they rated it 9.8 for a two-person trip.

Playa Delphin has been welcoming Booking.com guests since Jan 2, 2020

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Top Location: Highly rated by recent guests (9.7)


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  • Is there a heater in the appartment?
    Is there always hot water?

    yes, of course

    Answered on January 30, 2020

  • Hi Myself and my husband are looking for a large apartment on the top floor to stay in from
    Feb12-March 12. Is the kitchen well equipped and do you have a room with a double bed? Thank-you – Lori

    Good morning Lori
    we have a penthouse that is occupied until February 13th, this would be an option.
    We have more large apartments available, they have a room with two separate beds but they can unite if they wish.

    Answered on February 9, 2021

  • Hi what time does the airport shuttle bus leave Puerto Naos on Friday please?

    Good morning, until 15:30 every half hour, and, from there, coda hora.
    the bus arrives at the plains of Aridane and then you must take another bus to Santa Cruz de La Palma.

    Answered on September 16, 2021

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Most popular facilities

Parking

Beachfront

Airport shuttle

Parking

Private parking is available on site (reservation is needed) and costs EUR 7 per day.

  • Parking garage

Internet

WiFi is available in public areas and costs EUR 1.50 per 24 hours.

Kitchen

Freedom to eat when you want

  • Toaster

  • Kitchenware

  • Kitchen

  • Refrigerator

  • Kitchenette

Bedroom

  • Linens

Bathroom

  • Toilet paper

  • Towels

  • Private Bathroom

  • Hairdryer

  • Shower

Living Area

Space for everyone to be together

  • Sofa

Media & Technology

Fun for everyone under one roof

  • Flat-screen TV

  • Satellite channels

  • TV

Room Amenities

Extra comfort

  • Socket near the bed

  • Sofa bed

  • Drying rack for clothing

  • Tile/Marble floor

  • Soundproof

Accessibility

  • Upper floors accessible by elevator

Outdoors

Sit back and relax

  • Outdoor furniture

  • Beachfront

  • Outdoor furniture

  • Balcony

  • Terrace

  • Garden

General

  • Paid WiFi

Food & Drink

  • Room service

Activities

  • Beach

  • Horseback riding
    Off-site

  • Diving
    Additional charge

  • Hiking
    Off-site
    Additional charge

  • Canoeing
    Off-site
    Additional charge

  • Tennis court
    Off-site

Outdoor & View

Enjoy the view

  • Mountain view

  • Ocean view

Building Characteristics

  • Detached

Transportation

  • Airport drop-off
    Additional charge

  • Airport pickup
    Additional charge

  • Airport shuttle (additional charge)

  • Car rental

Front Desk Services

  • Tour desk

Cleaning Services

  • Laundry
    Additional charge

Miscellaneous

  • Soundproof rooms

  • Elevator

  • Non-smoking rooms

Safety & security

  • Fire extinguishers

  • Key access

  • Safe

Languages Spoken

  • German

  • Spanish

Sustainability initiatives

This property has taken steps to provide more sustainable and eco-friendly travel

Check-in

3:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Check-out

8:00 AM – 11:00 AM

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Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to apartment type.
Please enter the dates of your stay and check what conditions apply to your preferred room.

Children & Beds

Child policies

Children of all ages are welcome.

Children 10 and above are considered adults at this property.

To see correct prices and occupancy info, add the number and ages of children in your group to your search.

Crib and extra bed policies

No cribs or extra beds are available.

Age restriction

The minimum age for check-in is 18

Payments by Booking.com

Booking.com takes your payment for this stay on behalf of the property, but make sure you have cash for any extras once you get there.


Parties

Parties/events are not allowed

Pets

Pets are not allowed.

Legal info

This property is managed by a private host. EU consumer law relating to professional hosts might not apply.

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Discover a selection of 34 vacation rentals in Puerto Naos, ES that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and WiFi. Prices start at $45 per night, and houses and condos are popular options for a stay in Puerto Naos. Either way, you’ll find a rental for everyone’s needs.

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Bewertung für Andreas Wohnung
Wir haben ein wunderbares Vierteljahr in Andreas Wohnung verlebt.Praktisch,sehr gut eingerichtet.taub und Bohrlärm durch Straßenbau vor dem Haus.Ständiger Kontakt mit Andrea.Sie ist aufmerksam u.freundlich.Sehr angenehm …

Ekkehard J.

Stayed Feb 2020

Great apartment!

Everything was brand new and nicely outfitted. Great locaton steps from beach and the restaurants. was on the top floor so view of the ocean, had an elevator. Bed was comfy and hot water was good. Had cable with soe english stations. Overall the best…

Douglas M.

Stayed Jan 2020

Urlaub in herzlicher Atmosphäre

Wir haben uns bei unseren Gastgebern Ilona und Roland sehr willkommen gefühlt! Unsere Ankunft war bestens vorbereitet und das Haus einladend und gepflegt. Begeistert hat uns die absolut ruhige Lage – perfekt! Die Anlage lag für uns optimal, um tagsüb…

Andrea M.

Stayed Jun 2019

Schöner Kurzurlaub auf eine tollen, naturbelassenen Insel!

Es ist eine schöne Appartement Anlage und der kleine Balkon mit Blick auf den Atlantik, die Berge und das Städtchen Puerto Naos ist wirklich toll. Wir wurden sehr freundlich von Marta empfangen und haben uns wohlgefühlt. Alles für den täglichen Bedar…

Linda Petra F.

Stayed May 2019

Entspannter Urlaub direkt am Meer, fernab von großen Ferienanlagen

Das Objekt war genau so wie beschrieben, alles gut erreichbar und vorhanden, egel ob Einkaufsmöglichkeit, Strand oder Restaurants.
Die gewächshausähnlichen Bananenplantagen sind allerdings
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Stayed Apr 2019

Sehr schöne Unterkunft

Im April haben wir 11 Tage in dem Bungalow verbracht. Wir kamen an einem Sonntag an, der Kühlschrank war gefüllt mit Speisen, die ein Abendessen mit einer Flasche Wein und ein Frühstück problemlos ermöglicht haben. Der Bungalow war sehr sauber, die s…

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Stayed Mar 2019

Wunderschön! Eine perfekte Unterkunft für uns als Familie

Wir verbrachten eine Woche in diesem tollen Ferienhaus, das geschmackvoll und praktisch eingerichtet ist. Das großzügige Grundstück bietet tolle Ausblicke auf Berge und das Meer!
Die Lage ist ideal für Ausflüge in alle Teile der Insel und auch zum St…

Katrin V.

Stayed Feb 2018

Een klein paradijs op la Palma

Casa Jorsam is een juweeltje. De tuin, het geluid van de zee en ‘s avonds de onvoorstelbare hoeveelheid sterren aan de hemel, samen met de heerlijke temperatuur en de enorme gastvrijheid van Martin Walter en zijn enthousiasme over het huis maakte de . ..

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What are the top vacation rentals in or near Puerto Naos?

Whatever vacation experience you’re seeking, you’ll find a rental in or around Puerto Naos that suits your style. Take a peek at these favorites:

  • Make the most of amenities including cable/satellite TV services and a beach at Apartamento Sabino En Puerto Naos. Located around 0.1 miles from Puerto Naos, this unique option has 3 bedrooms and is a hit with guests.
  • Another excellent choice is Holiday Home “el Grillo”, Los Llanos, which is around 4 miles from Puerto Naos. With 2 bedrooms, books and a stovetop, it has everything you need to make your stay comfortable.

For even more great options, use the search bar at the top of the page to find the perfect Puerto Naos vacation rental for you.

What are the top-rated vacation rentals for weekend getaways in or near Puerto Naos?

If you’re longing to get away from it all for a few nights, you’ll have your pick of fabulous weekend getaways in and near Puerto Naos. Sneak in a well-deserved break at one of these popular options:

  • Book a few nights or longer at Pico Hat House “e, around 5 miles to the north of Puerto Naos, and you’ve got yourself the ultimate weekend escape. You’ll have nature spots like Playa de Tinizara and Playa del Pozo nearby and conveniences like cable/satellite TV services and a hair dryer to make use of.
  • Pool And Palm Trees In The Center Of Los Llanos is also ideal for a whirlwind getaway. Approximately 5 miles to the north of Puerto Naos, this vacation rental offers amenities like a private pool and a living room. Maroparque Zoo and Playa de la Zamora Chica should be on your sightseeing list if you stay here.

What are the best romantic weekend getaways in or near Puerto Naos?

Forget flowers and chocolates. Sometimes all you need is to escape for a weekend, just you and your honey. At Vrbo, we’ve got romantic getaways in and around Puerto Naos that would make even old Cupid swoon. Here are some we think you’ll adore:

  • Around 0.1 miles from Puerto Naos, Apartamento Sabino En Puerto Naos is the perfect place for lovestruck couples. A nearby beach and a balcony are some of the amenities here.
  • Holiday Home “el Grillo”, Los Llanos is another option that’s sure to impress. It’s about 4 miles from Puerto Naos and comes with shopping and a nearby marina.

What’s the best place to stay if you’re looking to rent a house for a weekend in or near Puerto Naos?

If you feel your tank running low, the quickest remedy is an extra portion of vitamin “sea.” Puerto Naos Beach in Puerto Naos has some comfortable rental houses to suit all styles and budgets. A weekend trip to this lovely seaside destination located 0.1 miles to the north of Puerto Naos will breathe fresh life back into you in a flash.

What are the best houses for rent with a pool in or near Puerto Naos?

A pool is often an essential amenity for any memorable vacation. Enjoy splashing around or simply kicking back by the water at one of these refreshing getaways in or near Puerto Naos:

  • Toss your swimsuit in your suitcase and stay at Pico Hat House “e. Other amenities here include a stereo and an electric kettle.
  • Modern House With Private Pool is another popular option. After you’ve enjoyed a dip with the kiddos, take advantage of other conveniences like a highchair and a nearby marina.

What are the best large family vacation rentals in or near Puerto Naos?

A family getaway is all about spending time together and sharing fun experiences. If you’re after a home away from home that’ll fit all your loved ones, check out some of our large family vacation rentals in and around Puerto Naos:

  • Located around 0.1 miles to the northwest of Puerto Naos, Modern Luxury Apartment Puerto Naos fits up to 7 people over 3 bedrooms. As well as loads of space to sprawl out, amenities here include a separate dining area and a living room.
  • Another wonderful option is Estefania’s House. It’s approximately 2 miles northeast of Puerto Naos, has 4 bedrooms and accommodates up to 7 guests. A firepit and a fridge are just two of the conveniences here.

Are there one-bedroom vacation rentals in or near Puerto Naos?

Often situated in prime positions due to their smaller footprint, a one-bedroom rental is the perfect solution if it’s just the two of you. Here’s a taste of Vrbo’s range in or near Puerto Naos:

  • Good things come in small packages, and Pool Apartment is no exception. This one-bedroom property can be found just a short distance from the center and offers amenities like a balcony and a microwave oven.
  • Or maybe Apartment El Faro 3 matches your style better. Another conveniently located one-bedroom option, this place has a washing machine, cable/satellite TV services and more.

Can I find two-bedroom vacation rentals in or near Puerto Naos?

At Vrbo, we’ve got rental properties in or near Puerto Naos to suit the most choosey of guests. Here are some of our favorite two-bedroom options to consider:

  • Bright Attic Apartment is a terrific choice for families or smaller groups. As well as two bedrooms, this delightful stay offers handy amenities like WiFi and a fridge.
  • El Delfín Apartment is another comfortable two-bedroom place. It offers a fridge, a balcony and more.

What are the best three-bedroom vacation rentals in or near Puerto Naos?

You could fit a small crowd into the three-bedroom rentals available on Vrbo. If you’re vacationing with a group of friends, take a look at these options in or near Puerto Naos:

  • It’s not difficult to see why Apartamento Sabino En Puerto Naos is popular with many travelers. This expansive retreat comes with a garden and a washing machine and makes vacationing with all the family a breeze.
  • Another great three-bedroom rental is Modern Luxury Apartment Puerto Naos. Take advantage of a beach and an elevator while spending precious time with those close to you.

Are there vacation rentals with fire pits in or near Puerto Naos?

If you adore the idea of cozying up by a campfire but aren’t quite as excited about the “camp” part, a vacation rental with a fire pit will be right up your alley. Enjoy the conveniences of home at one of these properties in or near Puerto Naos that offer this nice little perk:

  • Cuddle up with the ones you love around the open fire at Little House With Pool On La Palma. Shopping and internet services are other conveniences offered here.
  • Ignite a blaze and then soak up the relaxed ambiance at Cozy Canarian Country House Overlooking The Sea. This inviting escape also comes with a TV and nearby whale-watching activities.

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Sol La Palma

Address: Urbanización Puerto Naos, Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Set overlooking the tranquil Puerto Naos beach, this 4-star hotel complex is located in a small town on the west coast of the island of La Palma. Sol La Palma has several swimming pools, children’s playground and professional star-gazing facilities

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Holiday flat Puerto Naos – SPC011003-DYC

Address: , Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Set in Puerto Naos in the La Palma Island region, Holiday flat Puerto Naos – SPC011003-DYC features a terrace. The accommodation is 33 km from Los Cancajos, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi. The apartment has 2 bedrooms, a TV with satellite channels, an equipped kitchen with a microwave and a fridge, a washing machine, and 1 bathroom with a shower

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By the sea 1

Address: Calle la Bombilla, Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Situated a few steps from Bombilla Beach and less than 1 km from El Charcón Beach in Puerto Naos, By the sea 1 offers accommodation with a kitchenette. This beachfront property offers access to a balcony and free WiFi. Offering 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom, this apartment has a flat-screen TV

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Apartamento Anna

Address: Calle Manuel Rodríguez Quintero Nro 5 2do Derecha Nro 5 2do Derecha, Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Apartamento Anna has a balcony and is set in Puerto Naos, within just 100 metres of Puerto de Naos Beach and 600 metres of Pozo Beach. The apartment is less than 1 km from Bombilla Beach. The apartment has 3 bedrooms, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a fully equipped kitchen that provides guests with a microwave, a fridge, a washing machine, an oven and a stovetop

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Playa Puerto Naos con Piscina

Address: 14 Calle Costa Gris Apartamentos Roque, Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Set in Puerto Naos, 200 metres from Puerto de Naos Beach, 700 metres from Bombilla Beach and less than 1 km from Pozo Beach, Playa Puerto Naos con Piscina offers accommodation with a balcony and free WiFi. The apartment is fitted with 2 bedrooms, a flat-screen TV and a fully equipped kitchen that provides guests with a fridge, a stovetop, a washing machine and a toaster

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Paraíso playa

Address: Calle Mauricio Duque Camacho Edificio Sara, 2- piso, Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Paraíso playa in Puerto Naos features accommodation with free WiFi, a few steps from Puerto de Naos Beach, 600 metres from Pozo Beach and less than 1 km from Bombilla Beach. The apartment consists of 1 separate bedroom, 1 bathroom and a living room

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Apartamento Sol & playa

Address: Calle Juana Tabares Edificio Palma Beach nº1 Puerta 5, Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Located in Puerto Naos, 100 metres from Puerto de Naos Beach and 500 metres from Pozo Beach, Apartamento Sol & playa offers a bar and air conditioning. This beachfront property offers access to a patio. The apartment features 1 bedroom, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, an equipped kitchen with a microwave and a fridge, a washing machine, and 1 bathroom with a shower

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Apartamento Fabi

Address: 24 Avenida de la Cruz Roja 24. 2C., Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Featuring a balcony with sea views, a restaurant and a terrace, Apartamento Fabi can be found in Puerto Naos, close to Puerto de Naos Beach and 550 metres from Pozo Beach. It features mountain views and free WiFi throughout the property. The apartment is equipped with 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, bed linen, towels, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, and a patio with garden views

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Modern Luxury Apartment Puerto Naos

Address: Calle Cruz Roja 12 2B, Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Situated in Puerto Naos, just 100 metres from Puerto de Naos Beach, Modern Luxury Apartment Puerto Naos features beachfront accommodation with a terrace and free WiFi. Boasting a balcony, the apartment is in an area where guests can engage in activities such as hiking and fishing

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Apartamento Sunset La Palma

Address: Calle Mauricio Duque Camacho, 4D, Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Located in Puerto Naos, 100 metres from Puerto de Naos Beach and 750 metres from Bombilla Beach, Apartamento Sunset La Palma provides air-conditioned accommodation with a balcony and free WiFi. The property features city views and is 800 metres from Pozo Beach

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Casa Los Alisios

Address: Calle Gabriel Lorenzo Calero n.15, Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Set in Puerto Naos, just a few steps from Puerto de Naos Beach, Casa Los Alisios offers beachfront accommodation with a shared lounge, a terrace and free WiFi. With sea views, this accommodation features a patio. The holiday home has 3 bedrooms, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, an equipped kitchen with a microwave and a fridge, a washing machine, and 2 bathrooms with a bidet

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Apartamento Paraíso Playa

Address: Calle Mauricio Duque Camacho, Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Located in Puerto Naos, 100 metres from Puerto de Naos Beach, 700 metres from Pozo Beach and less than 1 km from Bombilla Beach, Apartamento Paraíso Playa provides accommodation with a patio and free WiFi. Guests staying at this apartment have access to a balcony

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By The Sea

Address: 80 Calle la Bombilla, Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Located 50 metres from Bombilla Beach and less than 1 km from El Charcón Beach in Puerto Naos, By The Sea 2 offers accommodation with a kitchen. This beachfront property offers access to a balcony and free WiFi. Composed of 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom, this apartment comes with a flat-screen TV

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Primera Línea de Playa en Puerto Naos

Address: Paseo Marítimo, 29, Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Boasting city views, Primera Línea de Playa en Puerto Naos offers accommodation with a balcony and a kettle, around a few steps from Puerto de Naos Beach. This beachfront property offers access to a patio and free WiFi. This apartment is fitted with 1 bedroom, a kitchen with a microwave and a fridge, a flat-screen TV, a seating area and 1 bathroom

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Los Molinos

Address: Calle Mauricio Duque Camacho, 9, Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Featuring a terrace and a tour desk, Los Molinos is conveniently set in Puerto Naos, 100 metres from Puerto de Naos Beach and 700 metres from Pozo Beach. This beachfront property offers access to a balcony and free WiFi. The apartment is equipped with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, bed linen, towels, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, and a patio with city views

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Holiday flat Puerto Naos – SPC011003-DYB

Address: , Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Located in Puerto Naos in the La Palma Island region, Holiday flat Puerto Naos – SPC011003-DYB has a terrace. The accommodation is 33 km from Los Cancajos, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site. The apartment features 2 bedrooms, a TV with satellite channels, an equipped kitchen with a microwave and a fridge, a washing machine, and 1 bathroom with a shower

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The Loft Puerto Naos

Address: Calle de José Guzmán Pérez y Pérez 1, Puerto Naos (La Palma)

The Loft Puerto Naos is a beachfront property set in Puerto Naos, a few steps from Puerto de Naos Beach and 650 metres from Pozo Beach. Boasting a balcony, the apartment is in an area where guests can engage in activities such as hiking and fishing

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Holiday flat Puerto Naos – SPC011003-DYA

Address: , Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Set in Puerto Naos in the La Palma Island region, Holiday flat Puerto Naos – SPC011003-DYA has a terrace. The accommodation is 33 km from Los Cancajos, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi. The apartment features 2 bedrooms, a TV with satellite channels, an equipped kitchen with a microwave and a fridge, a washing machine, and 1 bathroom with a shower

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Sunny Bird Puerto Naos, sol y playa

Address: Avenida de la Cruz Roja 9 4º A, Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Offering free WiFi and mountain views, Sunny Bird Puerto Naos, sol y playa provides accommodation located in Puerto Naos, just 700 metres from Pozo Beach. The apartment is equipped with 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, bed linen, towels, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a fully equipped kitchen, and a terrace with sea views

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La casa del drago

Address: Calle Manuel Rodríguez Quintero, Puerto Naos (La Palma)

Featuring sea views, La casa del Drago provides accommodation with a balcony and a kettle, around 600 metres from Pozo Beach. With mountain views, this accommodation offers a terrace. The apartment features 3 bedrooms, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, an equipped kitchen with a microwave and a fridge, a washing machine, and 1 bathroom with a bath or shower

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  • From Centro Comercial Trocadero, Los Llanos De Aridane

    35 min

  • From Mirador El Time, Tijarafe

    188 min

  • From Restaurante El Trébol, Tazacorte

    69 min

  • From Tiguerote, Villa De Mazo

    140 min

  • From Tazacorte, Tazacorte

    61 min

  • From Tigalate, Villa De Mazo

    136 min

  • From Monte De Luna, Villa De Mazo

    124 min

  • From Argual, Los Llanos De Aridane

    43 min

  • From La Punta, Tijarafe

    193 min

Bus stations near Puerto Naos in Los Llanos De Aridane

Bus lines to Puerto Naos in Los Llanos De Aridane

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204 Estacion Los Llanos VIEW

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    • Puerto Naos is 381 meters away, 5 min walk.

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    These Bus lines stop near Puerto Naos: 204.

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    The nearest bus stop to Puerto Naos in Los Llanos De Aridane is a 5 min walk away.

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    The 204 is the first Bus that goes to Puerto Naos in Los Llanos De Aridane. It stops nearby at 8:57 AM.

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    The 204 is the last Bus that goes to Puerto Naos in Los Llanos De Aridane. It stops nearby at 9:07 PM.

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Best 10 Hotels in Puerto Naos, Spain (from €51)


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Sol La Palma

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Puerto Naos

Bungalows Morani is located on one of the Canary Islands, La Palma.
The fourth bungalow has a convenient platform for astronomical observations by portable telescope of bright planets and the moon.
The bungalow is very calm.

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8.6

Fantastic

13 reviews

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Armonia, en Puerto Naos

Puerto Naos

En Puerto Naos is located in Puerto Naos, 600 meters from Pozo Beach. It offers a terrace, free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour front desk and a tour desk.

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8.2

Very good

5 reviews

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Sol La Palma Apartamentos

3 stars

Puerto Naos

Overlooking the tranquil beach of Puerto Naos and the Atlantic Ocean, Sol La Palma is a large aparthotel with excellent facilities, ideal for relaxing with family or friends.

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7.5

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Apartamento Oscar

Puerto Naos

Located in Puerto Naos, Oscar Apartment provides accommodations with a balcony and free WiFi. The apartments are 700 meters from Poso Beach and have a tour desk.
The apartments are located almost off the coast, so they fell asleep to the sound of the surf. There is everything necessary for a comfortable stay: a beautiful terrace, a kitchen, a shower and a large bed)

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8.4

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33 reviews

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Playa Delphin

Puerto Naos

Playa Delphin is conveniently located in Puerto Naos, a few steps from Puerto de Naos Beach and 650 meters from Pozo Beach. It offers a terrace and room service.
Great location and views, the best one in Puerto Naos I would say, great for sunbathing at any time of the day.

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8.5

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51 reviews

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By the sea 1

Puerto Naos

Situated 1.8 km from Pozo Beach in Puerto Naos, By the sea 1 offers accommodation with a kitchenette. It features a balcony and free Wi-Fi.

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7 reviews

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Apartamento Atlántico Playa 1

Puerto Naos

Atlantico Playa 1 is a self-catering accommodation located on the seafront in the village of Puerto Naos. Free Wi-Fi is available.
The location is fantastic. It taks one minute from you leave the appartment un til you are right at the water front, Even the stairway down is rigt in front. The view to the sunset is perfect and god fun glancing at life on the promenade.

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8.6

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apartamento calas

Puerto Naos

Calas is located in Puerto Naos, 700 meters from Pozo Beach. It offers free Wi-Fi, air conditioning and a terrace.
The apartment is super clean and tidy, everything is white and the decoration is very detailed. We met the owners and he gave us the keys and explained everything. Also all the equipment you need is in the apartment, also beach and spare towels if needed. Bottle of water and wine was va ery nice + as well. I like the location as it is 1 min walk to the center of Puerto Naos. Very nice big balcony in the apartment.

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Apartamento Atlantico Playa 2

Puerto Naos

Atlantico Playa 2 is a self-catering accommodation located on the seafront in the village of Puerto Naos.
The apartment ist really nice. It’s exactly like on the pictures and has everything you need for a nice stay! A beach is right in front of the door as well as cafes and restaurants. Supermarkets within walking distance. The host was very friendly.

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Sea water temperature in Puerto de Naos in December

Is it warm enough to swim in Puerto de Naos in December? The highest sea water temperature in Puerto de Naos in December was 22.8°C, and the lowest was 19.3°C. The average sea temperature in Puerto de Naos in December is 21.2°C and therefore suitable for comfortable swimming. To find out the sea water temperature today and in the coming days, go to the section Water temperature in Puerto de Naos today

To get an accurate forecast for the sea temperature in Puerto de Naos for any chosen month, compare two years within a 10 year range using the chart below. You can also view the data in the form of a graph of temperature changes in December. In addition to the sea water temperature in Puerto de Naos, for the selected years, the table also shows the maximum and minimum temperatures for each day in December.

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December 1st 22°C 22°C 20.9°C 22.8°C 9° C
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December 16, 21 ° C 21.6 ° C 20.5 ° C 21.8 ° C
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The most detailed information about sea water temperature in Puerto de Naos in Atlantic Ocean (Canary Islands, Spain). Forecast of changes in water temperature for the next 10 days. Statistical data by months for the last years. Information about neighboring resorts. Weather forecast for Puerto de Naos for a week.

Analysis and forecast

The water temperature today is about the average for this day in recent years. Its value has grown both in the last 20 days and in the last week. Exactly one year ago on this day, the water temperature in this place was 24°C. The range of water temperatures in Puerto de Naos in September is from 22 to 25 degrees.

According to our forecast, the value of sea water temperature in Puerto de Naos will move in different directions. Sep 18 23.8°C 23.5°C Sep 19 24.0°C 23.8°C Sep 20 24.0°C 24.0°C Sep 21 24.2°C 24.0°C Sep 22 23.8°C 24.0°C Sep 23 23.8°C 24.0°C Sep 24 24.3°C 24.5°C Sep 25 23.8°C 24.0°C Sep 26 23.8°C 24.0°C Sep 27 24.0°C 24.2°C Sep 28 24. 3°C 24.5°C

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** Average – Average water temperature this day in past years
*** Forecast – Our forecast water temperature

Actual water temperature close to shore may vary by several degrees compared to the indicated values. This can be noticeable after heavy rain or after long periods of strong winds. Some downwinds cause cold deep waters to replace surface waters that have been heated by the sun.

To develop a forecast, we use our own mathematical model, which takes into account the current change in water temperature, historical data and main weather trends, wind strength and direction, air temperature in each particular region. We also consider data for other resorts in Spain.

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Puerto de Naos annual average water temperature chart

Puerto de Naos monthly average water temperature

Puerto de Naos is located in the northern hemisphere, at a latitude of 28 degrees. Comfortable bathing water temperature is set here in January, usually at the beginning of the month. During the year, Puerto de Naos has 262 days suitable for swimming. In general, the swimming season ends in December. The average annual water temperature on the coast in Puerto de Naos is 21.5°C, according to the seasons: in winter 20.5°C, in spring 19.8°C, in summer 22.4°C, in autumn 23.4°C. The minimum sea temperature (18.8°C) in Puerto de Naos is in February, the maximum (24.3°C) in September.

You can find out detailed data on how the water temperature in Puerto de Naos changes in each specific month:

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Puerto de Naos: general information and map

Original name

Puerto de Naos

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20:09

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The warmest sea water in Spain today was recorded in Camp de Mar and measured 28.4°C. The lowest point is in Arnados, where water temperature today is 16.7°C/68.5°F. The average water temperature in the country today is 23.1°C.

Data for seawater temperature in Puerto de Naos and neighboring cities and resorts collected from various sources, using buoys, uses satellite map of temperatures provided by the NOAA.

To provide a more accurate representation of temperatures, we use data from various local services in each specific region of the world.

The nearest airport in a straight line is located 15 kilometers away. This is La Palma Airport (SPC). We do not have information as to whether it is active and what flights it accepts or sends.

Puerto de Naos: weather forecast

Weather forecast shown in local time in Puerto de Naos

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16:00

24.3 ° C

22km/h

is felt as 24.8 ° C, clear (clear sky)
Humidity: 75%, clouds: 9%

19:00

23.7 ° C

20km /h

feels like 24.1°C, Clear (clear sky)
humidity: 78%, clouds: 4%

22:00

23.3°C

20km/h clear sky)
humidity: 81%, clouds: 9%0227 23km/h

feels like 23.5°C, Clear (clear sky)
humidity: 82%, clouds: 10%

04:00

23.1°C

Cloudy (partly cloudy: 11-25%)
Humidity: 84% Clouds: 24% %)
humidity: 81%, clouds: 26%

10:00

23.1°C

29km/h

feels like 23.6°C, cloudy (broken clouds: 51-84%)
humidity: 82%, clouds: 59%

13:00

24. 1°C

29km/h

feels like 24.5°C, cloudy (broken clouds: 51-84%)
humidity: 76%, clouds : 55%

16:00

24.4°C

29km/h

feels like 24.8°C, Cloudy (partly cloudy: 11-25%)
Humidity: 74%, clouds: 19: 9006

23.9°C

27km/h

feels like 24.4°C, Clear (clear sky)
humidity: 77%, clouds: 9%

22:00

23.6°C

29km/h

feels like 24.0°C, Cloudy (partly cloudy: 11-25%)
Humidity: 78%, Clouds: 22%

Sep 30 90

01:00

23.6°C

29km/h

feels like 24.1°C, cloudy (scattered clouds: 25-50%)
humidity: 79%, clouds: 26%

04:06 °C

29km/h

feels like 23.9°C, Cloudy (partly cloudy: 11-25%)
Humidity: 86%, clouds: 16%

07:00

23.3°C

31km/h

feels like 23. 8°C, cloudy (scattered clouds: 25-50%)
humidity: 81%, clouds: 28%

23.1°C

27km/h

feels like 23.6°C, Cloudy (broken clouds: 51-84%)
Humidity: 83%, Clouds: 62%

13:00

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Weather in Puerto Naos | Weather Forecast in Puerto Naos

91

9, from 06:033, from 06:00 903 cloudy

90UPA day +24…+25 °C from 12:01 to 18:00

Sunrise: 08:01 ; Sunset: 20:07 ; Moonrise: 05:35 ; Moonset: +22 … +23 ° C from 00:01 to 06:00

78-87%

90AL northeast, weak

4-5 14-18 +23 ° C from 12:01 to 18:00

Wed

Wednesday

At sea:

Light seas. The ridges do not tip over and appear glassy. At sea, short waves are up to 30 centimeters high and up to 1-2 meters long.

3 m/s 11 km/h

73-76% rt. Art. 1013-1015 hPa
evening +23…+24 °C 18:01 to 00:00 Slightly cloudy

east, weak

On land:

Leaves and thin branches of trees with foliage are constantly swaying, light flags are waving. Smoke, as it were, licks off the top of the pipe (at a speed of 4 m / s or more).

At sea:

Light sea. Short, well-defined waves are noticeable. The ridges, overturning, form a vitreous foam, occasionally small white lambs are formed. The average wave height is from 60 centimeters to 1 meter, the length reaches 6 meters.

3-4 11-14

77-84% 760-762 1013-1016
of the phase of the moon:; Sunrise: 08:00 ; Sunset: 20:10 ; Moonrise: 03:41 ; Moonset: 17:58 ; Geomagnetic field: quiet ; Humidity: 73-84% ; Pressure: 760-762 mm. rt. Art. (1013-1016 hPa ) ;
84-87% 760-761 1013-1015
Morning +22 … +23 ° C

northeast, moderate

On land:

The wind raises dust, pieces of paper. Thin branches of trees sway without foliage. The smoke is mixed in the air, losing its shape. This is the best wind for wind turbine operation.

At sea:

Moderate swell. The waves are elongated, white lambs are visible in many places. The height of the waves is from 1 to 1.5 meters, the length reaches 15 meters

6-7 22-2-25

74-85% 760-762 1013-1016 Partly cloudy

northeast, light

4-5 14-18

68-70% 760-762 1013-1016
from 18:01 to 00:00 Clear

North-East, Moderate

4-6 14-22

70-77 -1015
Moon phase: ; Sunrise: 08:00 ; Sunset: 20:08 ; Moonrise: 04:39 ; Moonset: 18:35 ; Geomagnetic field: active ; Humidity: 68-87% ; Pressure: 760-762 mm. rt. Art. (1013-1016 hPa ) ;
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September

Temperature1821 1013-1016
Evening +23 … +24 ° C from 18:0:00 Small cloudy

SELO-ELECTRICAL, BEAUTION 9000 666 SPEMEN 4-5 14-18

74-84% 760-761 1013-1015
PASMURNO

North-East, Weak

4-5 14-18 9000

760-761 1013-1015
Mary +22 … +23 ° C to 12:00 900 Short -term rains

East, Fresh

On land:

Twins and thin trunks of trees, wind are felt. Pulls out big flags. Whistling in the ears.

At sea:

Troubled sea. Well developed in length, but not very large waves, white lambs are visible everywhere (in some cases splashes are formed). The height of the waves is from 1.5 to 2 meters, the length can reach 30 meters.

5-8 18-29

77-80% 758-759 1011-1012
from 18:01 to 00:00 Short-term rains

Vostochny, fresh

6-8 22-29 9000

81-83% 59 1012
Moon phase: ; Sunrise: 08:02 ; Sunset: 20:05 ; Moonrise: 07:29 ; Moonset: 20:09 ; Geomagnetic field: active ; Humidity: 77-86% ; Pressure: 758-760 mm. rt. Art. (1011-1013 hPa ) ;
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Monday

September

POSCOM1822
Evening +22 . .. +23 ° C from 18:01 to 00:00 Short-term rains

North-east, Family 51823 51823 51828 51828 51828 51LA

76-79% 759-760 1012-1013
Moon phase: ; Sunrise: 08:02 ; Sunset: 20:04 ; Moonrise: 08:27 ; Moonset: 20:3 11-14

62-63% 762-763 1016-1017
Sunrise: 08:03 ; Sunset: 20:01 ; Moonrise: 10:27 ; Moonset: 21:45 ; Geomagnetic field: unstable ; Humidity: 60-84% ; Pressure: 761-763 mm. rt. Art. (1015-1017 hPa ) ;

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Moon phase: ; Sunrise: 08:04 ; Sunset: 20:00 ; Moonrise: 11:30 ; Moonset: 22:24 ; Geomagnetic field: unstable ; Humidity: 64-73% ; Pressure: 760-763 mm. rt. Art. (1013-1017 hPa ) ; Friday
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la palma canary islands spain .

The main attractions of the island of La Palma

Palma Island
a small green island with an area of ​​only 728 sq. km. La Palma
is very beautiful, ideal for lovers of a relaxing holiday. The coast of the island is mostly rocky, so there are not many beaches here, but they are just as great as on the other islands of the Canary archipelago
.

La Palma
unusually mountainous island. The highest peak is the peak Roque de los Muchachos 2387 m. The entire north of the island at an altitude of 500 1500 m above sea level is covered with laurel cherry forests. These are the last representatives of the forests that once covered the entire south of Europe. The ravines of Cubo de la Galga and Los Tilos, declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO, are excellent examples of such a forest.

La Palma Hotels

Hotels on La Palma
there are about 7000: in tourist centers on the coast, cities and rural areas. There are two small tourist centers, one in the east and the other in the west of the island. Village Los Lancajos
, in the east, is located a few kilometers from the airport and from the capital of the island. Puerto Naos
, in the agricultural municipality of Los Llanos de Aridane
, in the west, has a sunnier climate. Both centers are located on secluded volcanic sand beaches. There are also hotels in the capital city Santa Cruz de la Palma
, and in the island’s second largest city, Los Llanos
, near the National Park Caldera de Taburiente
.

It should also be noted the growing supply of housing and hotels in rural areas. This sector is well developed at La Palma
because the island is well suited for relaxing in the bosom of nature.

Attractions La Palma

Meaning La Palma
during the Renaissance, when its capital, Santa Cruz
, became the third port of the Spanish Empire after Seville and Antwerp
is reflected in its architecture. The artistic splendor characteristic of that era, manifested in beautiful secular and ecclesiastical buildings, as well as in the spread of Flemish artistic embroidery, strongly influenced the culture of the population of La Palma
. In the city of Santa Cruz de la Palma
are the most beautiful buildings of the island in the colonial style.

The buildings of the 16th century have been preserved in the city, including the City Assembly and El Salvadors
. The Museum of Natural History contains magnificent specimens of local flora and fauna. Modern houses and ancient buildings with wooden balconies stand side by side on the seaside promenade.

Island capital Santa Cruz de La Palma
a small town with many old buildings and narrow streets. City center small triangular Plaza de España
( Plaza de Espana)
) with a wonderful stone fountain (1776). Here is Church of the Savior
with a high bell tower ( Iglesia Matriz de El Salvador
), erected in 1503. The Mudéjar ceiling is made from the core of pines. The sacristy contains fine examples of woodcarving in the Gothic style.

On the other side of the square stands Town Hall
( Ayuntamiento
), built in 1569, with an arcade in the style of the Italian Renaissance. The second floor is decorated with coats of arms of Philip II of Spain
, Palms and the Austrian royal house.

Another attraction of Santa Cruz Castillo de Santa Catalina
, which perfectly protected the city from pirates.

At the end of the street Calle Real
can see Columbus ship model
Santa Maria
full size. The model is used as a maritime museum.

North of Santa Cruz in the mountains is the sanctuary of the patroness of the island
, Nueatra Senora de Las Nievas
( Madonnas of the Snows
). The church has a Mexican silver altar and a terracotta statue of the Madonna. Every five years the Madonna is brought to Santa Cruz for the La Bajada de la Virgii
(Appearance of the Madonna) mixture of religious sadness and universal joy and entertainment.

Another holiday is celebrated on May 3 the day of the Cross
in Santa Cruz de la Palma. A competition of decorated crosses is arranged.

Other places of interest on the island: Los Llanos
, the second most important city; El Paso
, famous for its silks and cigars; Fuencaliente, home of great wines; and Maso
, in the vicinity of which is the pre-Hispanic cave of Belmaco
.

La Palma
is especially rich in various natural attractions. Palmitos Park
the largest butterfly sanctuary
. In addition to butterflies, you can see about 230 species of exotic birds here.

The laurel-cherry forests covering the entire north of the island at an altitude of 500-1500 m are true plant relics, the last representatives of the forests that covered the entire south of Europe in the Tertiary period. In the narrow ravines of the northern part of the island, 20 native tree species form a dense plant mass that is often shrouded in mist. Another interesting natural attraction is the volcanic ridge, which stretches from north to south across the entire island. The so-called Volcano Route
runs along this ridge with cones and craters, which ends in the extreme south of the island with volcano Tenegia
. which erupted for the last time in 1971

In the center of the island is a huge crater La Cadera de Taburiente
which is a National Park. The crater is covered with a dense pine forest, its depth reaches 770 m and its circumference is 28 km. For its review in all its grandeur, there are several viewing platforms: La Cumbrecita
, Las Chosas
, Roque de los Muchachos
the highest point (2423 m) of the island, where the largest astrophysical observatory of the northern hemisphere is located. An 800 m high stone spire rises from the bottom of the crater Idafe Rock
. They say that there was a sacred altar of the Guanches, where sacrifices were made.

Vacation on La Palma

La Palma offers great opportunities for water sports and hiking
. The island has a yacht club at Puerto de la Playa
. There is a sport fishing club in the capital la Gaviota
.

Puerto de Naos
the largest resort on the island
with magnificent black sand beaches. Nearby is the village San Nicolás
, hit by the eruption of Nambroque in 1949
, now only a lonely church rises among the frozen lava fields.

Near San Andres y Sauces
is a dense forest of lime trees with huge ferns. Fuencaliente
, the southernmost village of the island, is surrounded by vineyards, pine forests, and volcanoes, the most famous of which are San Antonio and Teneguia
.

Cancajos beach
near the settlement Bresa Baja
consists of several bays with clear water. In the village of Puerto de Naos
with a good tourist infrastructure located delightful black sand beach
. Around Tijarafe
located a beautiful natural grotto Cueva Bonita
.

Souvenirs.
Palma is famous for its cigars and silk fabrics. At the Tobacos Vargas tobacco factory in Santa Cruz de la Palma, you can see how workers roll cigars by hand and buy samples. In the village of Maso you can buy excellent pottery. The island’s handicrafts rival in richness its cuisine, with the best mojo sauces in the Canaries.


Discover a selection of the most beautiful places and attractions in LA PALMA CANARY

National Park

This is an amazing national park that you can find in La Palma. It was once believed to be a huge crater because of its shape. It received the name of a national park in 1954. The site is simply breathtaking and one of the most visited places in La Palma. The view from the highest point of this place is simply incredible.


Padron Common Road, 47, 38750 El Paso, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain

Rocky Mound

This is a rocky hillock and is located at the highest point on the island of La Palma. The view from the top of this place is simply breathtaking. Huge rocks are here, which is over 2400 meters above sea level. There is an observatory nearby where some of the largest telescopes in the world can be found.


LP-4 municipality of Villa de Garafia, 38788, La Palma, Spain

Reserve

This is a very special place for people who love to travel. Be sure to come early if you want to hike here. There are many tunnels and a diversified forest. This place is a true delight for the adventurous. Be sure to take all the necessary accessories with you that you may need for mountaineering and hiking.


San Andres y Sauces, La Palma, Spain

This is a beautiful conical rock that was once an active volcano. It is located on the island of La Palma and is a good place to visit. It gives a beautiful appearance and is covered in different colors of rocks such as red, pink, brown, black and grey. You will love the natural beauty of this place.


Fuencaliente, La Palma, Spain

Amalgamation of natural pools

This is an association of 3 natural pools on the island. It’s very unique because of this feature. The view of the place is just amazing. You can find restaurants and bars near this area and it is a very good place to enjoy with the whole family. You can easily move from one pool to another and have great fun.


Calle la Fajana, 25, 38726 Barlovento, Spain

Natural pool

This is a natural swimming pool on the island of La Palma. You can enjoy the clear water of the sea here and this place offers many services for the visitors. This is a great place to enjoy with the family. Many swimmers come to explore this amazingly beautiful place. This is one of the most beautiful places on the island.


Melonar Road, San Andres y Sausa, La Palma, Spain

La Palma
is one of the seven main inhabited islands of the Canary archipelago, which are washed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

Small in area (728 sq. km.), La Palma is the fifth largest and third largest in the number of inhabitants of the Canary Islands.

The coast is mostly rocky, which means there are few beach areas. But in their magnificence, they are not nearly inferior to the beaches of other Canary Islands.

The most favorite for tourists is the Cancajos beach, located near the village of Breka Baia, which consists of several bays. The water in them is so clear that it is simply difficult to resist diving. And in the village of Puerto de Naos, there is a delightfully beautiful black sand beach.

Lagging behind the islands of Gran Canaria and Tenerife in the development of tourism, it can easily boast of its originality, tranquility and lush nature. It is noticeable even from the coast. Rising from the waters of the Atlantic Ocean to a height of 2426m is a huge mountain, all covered with greenery.

The north of the island can surprise with its Laurel-cherry forests, densely overgrown ravines, which are most often covered with fog.

For lovers of the beautiful and unique, the island has national reserves – Parque Natural de Las Nieves and Parque Natural de Cumbre Vieja. It is here that you can walk along specially laid paths and enjoy a truly rare natural beauty. And these beautiful forests are preserved thanks to the fertility of young volcanic soils and a large abundance of water.

There is also Palmitos Park – it is the largest butterfly sanctuary, but you can also meet exotic birds there, the number of which is about 230 species.

Another natural attraction is the volcanic ridge (La Caldera de Taburiente). Stretching from the north across the island, it ends in the south with Tenegia volcano, which last erupted in 1971.

La Palma is called the most beautiful of the islands of the Canary archipelago. And the absence of industry preserves a special mood: regularity and calmness, which is literally immediately transmitted to people who have chosen this particular island for recreation.

In addition to rich nature and magnificent architecture, La Palma can also surprise you with its cuisine. Traditional cooking with olive oil, the quality of vegetable and animal fat, lard and a variety of products are appreciated all over the world. And that’s why Spanish cuisine is classified as a tourist attraction.

Behind the current tranquility lies an island rich in history. This can be seen in the number of architectural sights of the capital of the island. In a small town with a population of 18,000 inhabitants, there are many narrow streets, where many old buildings are located: the Church of the Savior, with a high bell tower (Iglesia Matriz de El Salvador) built in 1503; Town Hall (Ayuntamiento) in Italian Renaissance style, which has been standing since 1569G.; stone fountain 1776 All this can be seen in the city center on a small triangular Plaza of Spain.

Another capital that can surprise you with its maritime museum is a life-size model of Columbus’s ship, the Santa Maria.

Not to mention the fortress Santa Catalina
(Castillo de Santa Catalina), which during the time of piracy, protected the city from attacks.

The Spanish constitution maintains free religion, but Catholicism is the predominant religion. Therefore, La Palma has its own religious sites – this is the sanctuary of the patroness of the island Nueatra Senora de Las Nievas (Madonna of the Snows), which is located north of the capital. Once every five years, on the feast of the Appearance of the Madonna, a great event takes place for local residents, the Madonna is brought to the church. And on May 3, you can see an unusual holiday called the Day of the Cross in Santa Cruz de La Palma, where locals organize a competition of decorated crosses.

One of the largest resorts on La Palma is Puerto de Naos with excellent black sand beaches. This is a small village in which the inhabitants are focused only on meeting the needs of tourists.

Good holidays, combined with gourmet cuisine and ancient architecture, all this will be a great addition for lovers of solitude with nature.

It’s no secret that in the XVII – XVIII centuries. AD, Spain and England were great maritime powers and controlled most of the sea routes. Serious battles were unfolding for increasing influence, in all parts of the world. One of the stumbling blocks for the filibusters of both countries was the island of La Palma, located in the Canary archipelago. Its hard-to-reach, rocky shores were a good natural defense against attacks from the sea, so both of them dreamed of gaining a foothold on this island.

In the championship of volcanic formations, better known as the Canary Islands, La Palma ranks fifth, in size, but not in importance. Towering 2.5 thousand meters above the archipelago, the island keeps evidence of glorious, epic battles on its territory. From the moment the Spaniards decided to introduce the local Guanche tribe to civilization until the beginning of the 20th century, battles did not stop here. The natives lost this battle for their island and were forced to either assimilate into Spanish society or die.

La Palma beach

The rocky, in some places impregnable shores of the island, it would seem, should have nothing to do with the beaches, however, this most beautiful corner boasts gorgeous sandy shores, where tourist recreation is in the first place. The equipment of local beaches is put on a grand scale. There is everything here: from beach cabanas and sun loungers with umbrellas, to stations where you can rent any equipment for outdoor activities, whether it’s fishing, diving or surfing.

Not far from the village of Breka Baia, one of the most visited by travelers, Cancayos beach is located, consisting of several bays protected from strong winds. There is a separate children’s pool, taking into account all safety precautions. A sufficient number of cafeterias and various bars have been built around the beach in order to satisfy the tastes of the most demanding tourists.

The island of La Palma is the center of beaches for every taste. There is even a beach for nudists (the only official one). The descent to the water is also the most diverse – from long pedestrian descents near Los Nogales, which is not far from the community of Puntalanna, to the most popular Puerto Naos, spread among coconut palms. At this point it is worth stopping and examining it more closely.

Most of the tourists who have visited the island of La Palma consider the resort of Puerto Naos to be the pearl of the island, and it is hard to argue with that. It has its own microclimate – even in rainy weather throughout the island, it is almost always sunny here. The town is surrounded by huge volcanic rocks and this creates the conditions for constant rising currents of warm air. Ideal for paragliding.

You don’t have to be a topographer to realize that Puerto Naos is the largest beach on the island of La Palma. Black volcanic sand will not bring joy, only in very hot weather (it heats up very quickly), but here vacationers are unexpectedly lucky, it rarely gets really hot here. Black sand has a remarkable advantage over all others – it does not leave marks on the body. After drying a little, it is enough just to shake it off.

Another advantage of this beach is its unique equipment for people with disabilities. For them, there are special slopes, handrails for the visually impaired and much more. On the beach of Puerto Naos, Red Cross service employees are constantly on duty, showers are equipped right on the street and, like a cherry on the cake for couples with children, magnificent playgrounds.

Speaking about the beaches of the island of La Palma, we should also mention such places as: Las Muñas; Charco Verde; Fuencaliente; La Fayana; surfers’ paradise – Playa Nueva Los Guirres and well-equipped Tazacorte, where several fish restaurants are located, preparing dishes from the catch of local fishermen. They fish in the field of view of vacationers and, in a good mood, sing native songs. Those who have heard and observed this share these impressions with complete delight.

Puerto Naos beach. La palma island. Spain

Attractions of the island of La Palma

The size of the island does not matter when it comes to the number of attractions located on it. It is curious that having visited, it was on the island of La Palma in the 19th century, Baron von Buch, for the first time used the term “caldera”, meaning the inner cauldron of a volcano (caldera – cauldron (Spanish)). It is easy to assume that this comparison came to his mind while studying the Caldera de Taburiente crater, which has now become a national park. To view this majestic monument of natural activity, various tourist routes and viewing platforms are provided.

For romantic tourists, it will be interesting to look at the “Mountain of Guys” (Roque de los Muchachos), about which native guides will tell many interesting stories. Here is the highest point of the island, which offers a view not only of the entire local relief, but also of the neighboring islands of La Palma.

It is better to climb the mountain by car, but the descent is better to overcome along the tourist route, on foot or by bicycle. During the daytime, you can visit one of the main assets of the island – a scientific astrophysical observatory located on this mountain. A fantastic picture, located among the clouds of buildings, will be imprinted in your memory for a long time.

For lovers of urban landscapes, there is also something to see on the island. The magnificent promenade of Avenida Marittima has absorbed the most curious examples of medieval architecture. Amazing facades of buildings look into the ocean waters, striking the traveler’s imagination.

Avenida Marittima promenade. Island of La Palma. Spain

Walk through the Plaza de España, in the heart of Santa Cruz de la Palma, the capital of the island. The unusual, triangular shape of the square is framed by majestic Renaissance buildings. This is both the City Hall and the Church of the Savior, notable for its unique, painted vaults. Be sure to visit the Tobacco Museum, even if you are not a smoker. The guides will take you on an exciting tour of the island’s past, which has found a place for the production of tobacco products.

To describe in one article, all the beauties of the fabulous island of La Palma is an impossible task, however, if you are eager to visit here, then this is not the merit of the author, but the magnificence of the local nature and the glorious history of the island.

Do you remember the advertisement of a chocolate bar: a girl with a beautiful figure is basking near a palm tree against the backdrop of a turquoise sea and drinking coconut milk?.. Today we will tell you about a place where you can not only experience heavenly pleasure, but also test real feelings.

Palm – “true” island

A small piece of land in the middle of the ocean, created as a result of the eruption of an underwater volcano, today is surrounded by green gardens of indescribable beauty. Palma has become famous for its special atmosphere, which is often noted by those who have been there. And if other Canary Islands attract tourists with active sports and relaxing on impeccable shores, then Palma has its own magic.

Being surrounded by “living” inanimate nature, a person returns to his essence, remembers the soul. Perhaps that is why there are such conflicting reviews about Palma: it attracts some, it repels others, forever.

Despite the small area of ​​the island and our rather lyrical introduction, there is something for everyone here. But the priority, of course, are excursions. Here is just a small list of places to go and things to see…

Attractions

The main attraction of the island is its nature. And amazingly clean air. Since 2002, Palma has been recognized as a World Biosphere Reserve. About 35 percent of its area is covered with pine and laurel forests.

Caldera de Taburiente National Park. Extensive forests and mountains make the island ideal for hiking.

Colored waterfall in the Caldera de Taburiente National Park.

Together with ferns, dragon trees and other species (more than twenty of them) they form a “dome” that shelters the ancient north of the island. These are the “last of the Mohicans” forests, endangered representatives that for many years covered the south of Europe. Especially for lovers of romance and solitude, trails have been laid here, along which you can walk, “wrapped up” in fog and feeling the breath of wildlife.

A good botanical garden is located a couple of steps from the central part of the city of Los Llanos. Not far from it is the Maroparque zoo with exotic birds and animals: pompous peacocks, fastidious toucans, slender herons, etc. sit in the aviaries.

Los Llanos de Aridane is the largest city on the island. Here you can take some spectacular photos against the backdrop of bright facades.

Las Manchas has an original mosaic square of the Four Stones. Here, a small but beautiful fountain, numerous gazebos and benches, as well as a stage for performances are buried in greenery. It is convenient that the house-museum of wine was attached very close. Here you can taste and even buy the vaunted Canarian wines.

Santa Cruz de La Palma is the capital of the island. The city is notable for the facades of houses in the colonial style.

Be sure to visit the cactus garden on the way to El Paso. There are more than seven hundred exotic species there.

For museum lovers:

  • in the cigar museum you will get acquainted with the stages of making quality cigars, which are comparable in quality to Cuban cigars;
  • in the Silk Museum you will see the process of silk production. When leaving, do not forget to buy something for yourself or as a souvenir;
  • Palma also has the only banana museum in the world, where you will be told in detail about the impact of the banana on the society and economy of the island. The fact is that this product is the most cultivated and exported

There are a lot of viewing platforms scattered all over the island (free of charge!), from where absolutely fantastic landscapes open up for every taste: the coast and cities, amazing sunsets and the vast ocean.

A well-known fact that we have no right not to mention is an astronomical observatory that studies the entire northern hemisphere of the planet. If you decide to visit this delightful place, be sure to register in advance and bring warm clothes and comfortable shoes. The observatory is located on the highest point of the island: 2400 meters above sea level.

A couple of facts that were not included in the article:

  • Tenerife is so far the only island in the Canary Islands with which there is an international air connection. Therefore, you will have to get to Palma “the old fashioned way”, with transfers.
  • There is practically no crime in this place, life is measured and calm.
  • In addition to the forests on the Palm, you can admire the extensive heather fields.
  • Since scientists are monitoring our Universe around the clock, special lighting has been installed on the roads, which does not interfere with astrophysicists’ work.
  • There are several place names that include the word “Palm”. Do not confuse them, so as not to be instead of the Canary Island of Palma, for example, Palma de Mallorca, which is on about. Majorca.
  • The average air temperature during the year is approximately 22-24 °C.
  • The palm tree is able to provide itself with vegetables and fruits. And the potato crop is harvested here four times a year.
  • There are not many places for tourists on the island – not enough: only seven thousand. So, hurry up!;)
  • The palm tree is famous for producing delicious honey.

Active recreation

In this regard, there are no less opportunities on the island than the number of attractions. Surprised? It seems, what else can you do in a place surrounded by azure warm water, under the gentle sun? Here’s what:

  • diving or spearfishing. If you have already mastered scuba diving, it’s time to get down to business smarter. True, there are many conditions for spearfishing to take place. First, not every fish can be caught. Secondly, not on every day and, thirdly, not in any place you like. In addition, prey cannot be sold, and there must be a license to fish. If these restrictions have discouraged you from hunting underwater, well, you can just go fishing. Catching a rich catch – no matter where you are: in a boat or under water – is always a pleasure. Or even easier: just go on a boat trip. It’s not bad too;
  • climbing or paragliding. And for this, and for another type of entertainment, there is everything you need here. By the way, Palm Island is considered one of the most ideal places for free flights;
  • arrange a real marathon for yourself or explore the route on foot, visiting the ancient caves. You can use the mountain bike

Pay attention to the possibility of a tour of the acropark, which is very close to the Refugio del Pilar. Hanging bridges, cables and nets will dilute a relaxing holiday with vivid impressions.

Gastronomy

It’s delicious everywhere. A little unusual – the influence of many national cultures affects: Spanish, European, Latin American, African and not only. The basis of the dishes is still fresh seafood of excellent quality and impeccable taste. Add to this excellent home-made wine, amazing desserts and, as they say, “impossible to resist”! Prices in restaurants range from €10-15, with wine the amount increases to €50.

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Weather San Juan in October 2022: Temperature & Climate


Are you planning a holiday with hopefully nice weather in San Juan in October 2022? Here you can find all information about the weather in San Juan in October:

  • >>Overview: San Juan Weather and Climate in October
  • >>San Juan weather by month // weather averages
  • >>San Juan weather in October // weather averages
  • >>Current temperature and weather forecast for San Juan





San Juan 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

24.1

(75.4)

21. 4

(70.6)

27.9

(82.1)

51

(2)

78&percnt; 10 7.0
February

24.2

(75.6)

21.2

(70.2)

28.4

(83.2)

39

(1.5)

75&percnt; 8 8.0
March

24.8

(76.6)

21.5

(70.7)

29.3

(84.7)

48

(1.9)

72&percnt; 8 8.0
April

25.4

(77.8)

22.3

(72.1)

29.8

(85.6)

83

(3.3)

75&percnt; 10 9.0
May

26.2

(79.1)

23.3

(74)

30.1

(86.3)

125

(4.9)

78&percnt; 14 9. 0
June

27.1

(80.9)

24.3

(75.7)

31.1

(87.9)

79

(3.1)

77&percnt; 12 9.0
July

27.3

(81.2)

24.5

(76.1)

31.3

(88.3)

92

(3.6)

77&percnt; 14 9.0
August

27.4

(81.3)

24.7

(76.4)

31.3

(88.4)

108

(4.3)

79&percnt; 16 9.0
September

27.2

(81)

24.6

(76.2)

31.2

(88.1)

142

(5.6)

81&percnt; 16 9.0
October

26.5

(79.8)

24.1

(75.4)

30.3

(86. 6)

141

(5.6)

83&percnt; 16 8.0
November

25.4

(77.8)

23.2

(73.7)

28.9

(84)

122

(4.8)

83&percnt; 15 8.0
December

24.5

(76.2)

22.2

(71.9)

28

(82.4)

62

(2.4)

81&percnt; 11 7.0
  January February March April May June July August September October November December
Avg. Temperature °C (°F)

24.1 °C

(75.4) °F

24.2 °C

(75.6) °F

24.8 °C

(76.6) °F

25.4 °C

(77.8) °F

26. 2 °C

(79.1) °F

27.1 °C

(80.9) °F

27.3 °C

(81.2) °F

27.4 °C

(81.3) °F

27.2 °C

(81) °F

26.5 °C

(79.8) °F

25.4 °C

(77.8) °F

24.5 °C

(76.2) °F

Min. Temperature °C (°F)

21.4 °C

(70.6) °F

21.2 °C

(70.2) °F

21.5 °C

(70.7) °F

22.3 °C

(72.1) °F

23.3 °C

(74) °F

24.3 °C

(75.7) °F

24.5 °C

(76.1) °F

24.7 °C

(76.4) °F

24.6 °C

(76.2) °F

24.1 °C

(75.4) °F

23.2 °C

(73.7) °F

22.2 °C

(71.9) °F

Max. Temperature °C (°F)

27.9 °C

(82.1) °F

28.4 °C

(83. 2) °F

29.3 °C

(84.7) °F

29.8 °C

(85.6) °F

30.1 °C

(86.3) °F

31.1 °C

(87.9) °F

31.3 °C

(88.3) °F

31.3 °C

(88.4) °F

31.2 °C

(88.1) °F

30.3 °C

(86.6) °F

28.9 °C

(84) °F

28 °C

(82.4) °F

Precipitation / Rainfall mm (in)

51

(2)

39

(1)

48

(1)

83

(3)

125

(4)

79

(3)

92

(3)

108

(4)

142

(5)

141

(5)

122

(4)

62

(2)

Humidity(%) 78&percnt; 75&percnt; 72&percnt; 75&percnt; 78&percnt; 77&percnt; 77&percnt; 79&percnt; 81&percnt; 83&percnt; 83&percnt; 81&percnt;
Rainy days (d) 10 8 8 10 14 12 14 16 16 16 15 12
avg. Sun hours (hours) 7.4 7.7 8.0 8.5 8.9 9.3 9.0 8.8 8.6 8.2 7.5 7.3

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

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San Juan weather in October // 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. October 27 °C | 81 °F 31 °C | 88 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 29 °C | 85 °F 0.5 mm | 0.0 inch.
2. October 27 °C | 81 °F 31 °C | 88 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 29 °C | 85 °F 0.5 mm | 0.0 inch.
3. October 27 °C | 81 °F 31 °C | 87 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 29 °C | 85 °F 1.3 mm | 0.1 inch.
4. October 27 °C | 81 °F 31 °C | 88 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 29 °C | 85 °F 1.8 mm | 0.1 inch.
5. October 27 °C | 80 °F 31 °C | 87 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 29 °C | 85 °F 0.9 mm | 0.0 inch.
6. October 27 °C | 80 °F 31 °C | 88 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 29 °C | 85 °F 1.1 mm | 0.0 inch.
7. October 27 °C | 81 °F 31 °C | 88 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 29 °C | 85 °F 1. 0 mm | 0.0 inch.
8. October 27 °C | 80 °F 31 °C | 87 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 29 °C | 85 °F 0.5 mm | 0.0 inch.
9. October 27 °C | 80 °F 31 °C | 87 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 29 °C | 85 °F 1.1 mm | 0.0 inch.
10. October 27 °C | 80 °F 30 °C | 87 °F 24 °C | 75 °F 29 °C | 85 °F 1.2 mm | 0.0 inch.
11. October 27 °C | 80 °F 30 °C | 87 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 29 °C | 85 °F 0.9 mm | 0.0 inch.
12. October 27 °C | 80 °F 30 °C | 87 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 29 °C | 85 °F 1.0 mm | 0.0 inch.
13. October 27 °C | 80 °F 30 °C | 87 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 0.7 mm | 0.0 inch.
14. October 27 °C | 80 °F 30 °C | 87 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 1. 5 mm | 0.1 inch.
15. October 27 °C | 80 °F 31 °C | 87 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 1.1 mm | 0.0 inch.
16. October 27 °C | 80 °F 31 °C | 87 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 0.9 mm | 0.0 inch.
17. October 27 °C | 80 °F 30 °C | 87 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 0.8 mm | 0.0 inch.
18. October 27 °C | 80 °F 30 °C | 87 °F 24 °C | 76 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 0.7 mm | 0.0 inch.
19. October 27 °C | 80 °F 30 °C | 87 °F 24 °C | 75 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 0.9 mm | 0.0 inch.
20. October 26 °C | 80 °F 30 °C | 86 °F 24 °C | 75 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 1.0 mm | 0.0 inch.
21. October 27 °C | 80 °F 30 °C | 87 °F 24 °C | 75 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 1. 3 mm | 0.1 inch.
22. October 26 °C | 80 °F 30 °C | 86 °F 24 °C | 75 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 1.4 mm | 0.1 inch.
23. October 26 °C | 80 °F 30 °C | 87 °F 24 °C | 75 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 0.9 mm | 0.0 inch.
24. October 26 °C | 80 °F 30 °C | 86 °F 24 °C | 75 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 0.7 mm | 0.0 inch.
25. October 26 °C | 80 °F 30 °C | 86 °F 24 °C | 75 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 1.2 mm | 0.0 inch.
26. October 26 °C | 80 °F 30 °C | 86 °F 24 °C | 75 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 1.4 mm | 0.1 inch.
27. October 26 °C | 79 °F 30 °C | 86 °F 24 °C | 75 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 0.7 mm | 0.0 inch.
28. October 26 °C | 80 °F 30 °C | 86 °F 24 °C | 75 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 1. 2 mm | 0.0 inch.
29. October 26 °C | 80 °F 30 °C | 86 °F 24 °C | 75 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 1.4 mm | 0.1 inch.
30. October 26 °C | 79 °F 30 °C | 86 °F 24 °C | 75 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 1.6 mm | 0.1 inch.
31. October 26 °C | 79 °F 30 °C | 86 °F 24 °C | 75 °F 29 °C | 84 °F 1.3 mm | 0.0 inch.

Data: 1999 – 2019


San Juan October Weather, Average Temperature (Puerto Rico)

Daily high temperatures are around 88°F, rarely falling below 84°F or exceeding 91°F.

Daily low temperatures are around 77°F, rarely falling below 74°F or exceeding 80°F.

For reference, on August 21, the hottest day of the year, temperatures in San Juan typically range from 78°F to 89°F, while on January 25, the coldest day of the year, they range from 72°F to 83°F.

Average High and Low Temperature in October in San JuanOct112233445566778899101011111212131314141515161617171818191920202121222223232424252526262727282829293030313170°F70°F75°F75°F80°F80°F85°F85°F90°F90°F95°F95°F100°F100°FSepNovOct 188°FOct 188°F77°F77°FOct 3187°FOct 3187°F76°F76°FOct 1188°FOct 1188°F77°F77°FOct 2187°FOct 2187°F77°F77°FNowNow

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 October. 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 October in San Juan

Average Hourly Temperature in October in San JuanOct112233445566778899101011111212131314141515161617171818191920202121222223232424252526262727282829293030313112 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 AMSepNovNowNowwarmhotcomfortable

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.

Mombasa, Kenya (7,348 miles away) is the far-away foreign place with temperatures most similar to San Juan (view comparison).

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Compare San Juan to another city:

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The month of October in San Juan experiences decreasing cloud cover, with the percentage of time that the sky is overcast or mostly cloudy decreasing from 68% to 59%.

The clearest day of the month is October 31, with clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy conditions 41% of the time.

For reference, on May 30, the cloudiest day of the year, the chance of overcast or mostly cloudy conditions is 73%, while on January 11, the clearest day of the year, the chance of clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy skies is 82%.

Cloud Cover Categories in October in San Juan

Cloud Cover Categories in October in San JuanOct11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310%100%10%90%20%80%30%70%40%60%50%50%60%40%70%30%80%20%90%10%100%0%SepNovOct 132%Oct 132%Oct 3141%Oct 3141%Oct 1133%Oct 1133%Oct 2136%Oct 2136%NowNowclearmostly clearpartly cloudymostly cloudyovercast

0%
clear
20%
mostly clear
40%
partly cloudy
60%
mostly cloudy
80%
overcast
100%

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 San Juan, the chance of a wet day over the course of October is essentially constant, remaining around 47% throughout.

For reference, the year’s highest daily chance of a wet day is 50% on September 26, and its lowest chance is 20% on January 9.

Probability of Precipitation in October in San Juan

Probability of Precipitation in October in San JuanOct11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310%0%5%5%10%10%15%15%20%20%25%25%30%30%35%35%40%40%45%45%50%50%55%55%SepNovOct 148%Oct 148%Oct 3148%Oct 3148%Oct 1146%Oct 1146%Oct 2148%Oct 2148%NowNowrain

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 October in San Juan is essentially constant, remaining about 4.5 inches throughout, and rarely exceeding 8.6 inches or falling below 1.0 inches.

Average Monthly Rainfall in October in San Juan

Average Monthly Rainfall in October in San JuanOct11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310 in0 in2 in2 in4 in4 in6 in6 in8 in8 in10 in10 inSepNovOct 14.6 inOct 14.6 inOct 314.4 inOct 314.4 inOct 114.4 inOct 114.4 inOct 214.4 inOct 214.4 inNowNow

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 October in San Juan, the length of the day is gradually decreasing. From the start to the end of the month, the length of the day decreases by 30 minutes, implying an average daily decrease of 59 seconds, and weekly decrease of 6 minutes, 54 seconds.

The shortest day of the month is October 31, with 11 hours, 28 minutes of daylight and the longest day is October 1, with 11 hours, 58 minutes of daylight.

Hours of Daylight and Twilight in October in San Juan

Hours of Daylight and Twilight in October in San JuanOct11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310 hr24 hr4 hr20 hr8 hr16 hr12 hr12 hr16 hr8 hr20 hr4 hr24 hr0 hrSepNovnightnightdaydayOct 111 hr, 58 minOct 111 hr, 58 minOct 3111 hr, 28 minOct 3111 hr, 28 minNowNow

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 San Juan is 6:14 AM on October 1 and the latest sunrise is 9 minutes later at 6:23 AM on October 31.

The latest sunset is 6:12 PM on October 1 and the earliest sunset is 21 minutes earlier at 5:52 PM on October 31.

Daylight saving time is not observed in San Juan during 2022.

For reference, on June 21, the longest day of the year, the Sun rises at 5:49 AM and sets 13 hours, 14 minutes later, at 7:03 PM, while on December 21, the shortest day of the year, it rises at 6:51 AM and sets 11 hours, 1 minute later, at 5:53 PM.

Sunrise & Sunset with Twilight in October in San Juan

Sunrise & Sunset with Twilight in October in San JuanOct11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031312 AM4 AM6 AM8 AM10 AM12 PM2 PM4 PM6 PM8 PM10 PM12 AMSepNov6:14 AM6:14 AMOct 16:12 PMOct 16:12 PM6:23 AM6:23 AMOct 315:52 PMOct 315:52 PM6:18 AM6:18 AMOct 166:01 PMOct 166:01 PMSolarMidnightSolarMidnightSolarNoonSunriseSunsetNowNow

The solar day over the course of October. 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 October in San Juan

Solar Elevation and Azimuth in October in San JuanOct112233445566778899101011111212131314141515161617171818191920202121222223232424252526262727282829293030313112 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 AMSepNov00101020202030304040505050607000010102020303030404050506060NowNow

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Solar elevation and azimuth over the course of October 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 October 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 October in San Juan

Moon Rise, Set & Phases in October in San JuanOct112233445566778899101011111212131314141515161617171818191920202121222223232424252526262727282829293030313112 AM12 AM4 AM4 AM8 AM8 AM12 PM12 PM4 PM4 PM8 PM8 PM12 AM12 AMSepNovSep 106:00 AMSep 106:00 AMSep 255:55 PMSep 255:55 PMOct 94:55 PMOct 94:55 PMOct 256:49 AMOct 256:49 AMNov 87:03 AMNov 87:03 AMNov 236:58 PMNov 236:58 PM6:20 PM6:20 PM6:17 AM6:17 AM5:53 AM5:53 AM6:24 PM6:24 PM6:11 PM6:11 PM6:51 AM6:51 AM6:24 AM6:24 AM6:13 PM6:13 PM5:23 PM5:23 PM6:29 AM6:29 AM6:07 AM6:07 AM5:35 PM5:35 PMNowNow

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.

Oct 2022 Illumination Moonrise Moonset Moonrise Meridian Passing Distance
1 38% 11:39 AM ESE 10:49 PM WSW 5:13 PM S 230,802 mi
2 50% 12:42 PM ESE 11:50 PM WSW 6:16 PM S 230,033 mi
3 61% 1:43 PM ESE 7:19 PM S 229,585 mi
4 73% 12:55 AM WSW 2:39 PM ESE 8:20 PM S 229,510 mi
5 82% 2:00 AM WSW 3:29 PM ESE 9:17 PM S 229,878 mi
6 90% 3:03 AM WSW 4:14 PM ESE 10:09 PM S 230,755 mi
7 96% 4:03 AM WSW 4:55 PM E 10:58 PM S 232,181 mi
8 99% 5:01 AM W 5:34 PM E 11:44 PM S 234,149 mi
9 100% 5:56 AM W 6:11 PM E
10 100% 6:51 AM W 6:48 PM ENE 12:30 AM S 236,585 mi
11 98% 7:46 AM WNW 7:27 PM ENE 1:15 AM S 239,352 mi
12 94% 8:41 AM WNW 8:08 PM ENE 2:02 AM S 242,257 mi
13 88% 9:36 AM WNW 8:52 PM ENE 2:50 AM N 245,075 mi
14 80% 10:31 AM WNW 9:39 PM ENE 3:40 AM N 247,574 mi
15 72% 11:25 AM WNW 10:29 PM ENE 4:31 AM N 249,540 mi
16 62% 12:17 PM WNW 11:21 PM ENE 5:23 AM N 250,800 mi
17 50% 1:05 PM WNW 6:14 AM N 251,237 mi
18 43% 12:14 AM ENE 1:50 PM WNW 7:03 AM N 250,806 mi
19 34% 1:07 AM ENE 2:31 PM WNW 7:51 AM N 249,535 mi
20 24% 1:59 AM ENE 3:10 PM WNW 8:36 AM S 247,522 mi
21 16% 2:51 AM ENE 3:46 PM W 9:20 AM S 244,932 mi
22 9% 3:43 AM E 4:21 PM W 10:03 AM S 241,975 mi
23 4% 4:35 AM E 4:57 PM W 10:46 AM S 238,894 mi
24 1% 5:28 AM E 5:33 PM W 11:31 AM S 235,936 mi
25 0% 6:24 AM ESE 6:13 PM WSW 12:18 PM S 233,329 mi
26 2% 7:23 AM ESE 6:57 PM WSW 1:09 PM S 231,250 mi
27 7% 8:25 AM ESE 7:47 PM WSW 2:05 PM S 229,805 mi
28 14% 9:30 AM ESE 8:42 PM WSW 3:06 PM S 229,023 mi
29 23% 10:35 AM ESE 9:44 PM WSW 4:09 PM S 228,860 mi
30 34% 11:38 AM ESE 10:48 PM WSW 5:14 PM S 229,223 mi
31 46% 12:36 PM ESE 11:53 PM WSW 6:15 PM S 230,000 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 San Juan is essentially constant during October, remaining around 100% throughout.

For reference, on June 12, the muggiest day of the year, there are muggy conditions 100% of the time, while on March 9, the least muggy day of the year, there are muggy conditions 81% of the time.

Humidity Comfort Levels in October in San Juan

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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 San Juan is essentially constant during October, remaining within 0.2 miles per hour of 9.5 miles per hour throughout.

For reference, on July 14, the windiest day of the year, the daily average wind speed is 12.5 miles per hour, while on October 10, the calmest day of the year, the daily average wind speed is 9.3 miles per hour.

The lowest daily average wind speed during October is 9.3 miles per hour on October 11.

Average Wind Speed in October in San Juan

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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 San Juan throughout October is predominantly from the east, with a peak proportion of 83% on October 1.

Wind Direction in October in San Juan

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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).

San Juan 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 San Juan is essentially constant during October, remaining around 84°F throughout.

Average Water Temperature in October in San Juan

Average Water Temperature in October in San JuanOct112233445566778899101011111212131314141515161617171818191920202121222223232424252526262727282829293030313180°F80°F81°F81°F82°F82°F83°F83°F84°F84°F85°F85°FSepNovOct 184°FOct 184°FOct 3183°FOct 3183°FOct 1184°FOct 1184°FOct 2184°FOct 2184°FNowNow

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 San Juan 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 October in San Juan

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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 San Juan are very rapidly increasing during October, increasing by 929°F, from 8,179°F to 9,108°F, over the course of the month.

Growing Degree Days in October in San Juan

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The average growing degree days accumulated over the course of October, 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 San Juan is essentially constant during October, remaining within 0.1 kWh of 4.7 kWh throughout.

Average Daily Incident Shortwave Solar Energy in October in San Juan

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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 San Juan are 18.466 deg latitude, -66.106 deg longitude, and 36 ft elevation.

The topography within 2 miles of San Juan contains only modest variations in elevation, with a maximum elevation change of 194 feet and an average elevation above sea level of 5 feet. Within 10 miles contains only modest variations in elevation (984 feet). Within 50 miles contains very significant variations in elevation (4,390 feet).

The area within 2 miles of San Juan is covered by water (78%) and artificial surfaces (19%), within 10 miles by water (58%) and grassland (16%), and within 50 miles by water (75%) and trees (14%).

This report illustrates the typical weather in San Juan, 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 San Juan.

For each station, the records are corrected for the elevation difference between that station and San Juan 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 San Juan is computed as the weighted average of the individual contributions from each station, with weights proportional to the inverse of the distance between San Juan and a given station.

The stations contributing to this reconstruction are:

  • Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (TJSJ, 94%, 7 mi, east, -30 ft elevation change)
  • Mercedita Airport (TJPS, 6%, 44 mi, southwest, -10 ft elevation change)

TJSJ, 94%7 mi, -30 ftTJPS, 6%44 mi, -10 ft

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To get a sense of how much these sources agree with each other, you can view a comparison of San Juan 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.

Disclaimer

The information on this site is provided as is, without any assurances as to its accuracy or suitability for any purpose. Weather data is prone to errors, outages, and other defects. We assume no responsibility for any decisions made on the basis of the content presented on this site.

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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San Juan

San Juan Antiguo Barrio, San Juan, Puerto Rico

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October Weather in Puerto Rico, Gran Canaria – 2022 – Winter Sun Expert

Located on the south-west coast of the Spanish island of Gran Canaria, Puerto Rico is a small holiday resort that attracts tourists and snowbirds from different parts of the world, all year round. Puerto Rico has a beautiful sandy beach and two small harbors.

Inland, there are many shops and restaurants in the area that many consider to be top class. Most of these shops and restaurants can be found in small shopping centers. One of the popular shopping centers, the Pasarela, is the closest to the beach. The main shopping centers, as well as other exclusive stores, are in the center of the town.

Puerto Rico is not bare of some Spanish flavor. Spanish is spoken widely, alongside English. From the restaurants, music, art, and craft, you are sure to find some Spanish culture in the area. Snowbirds can enjoy swimming, golfing, dolphin-watching cruises, boat trips, sailing, fishing, and a couple of other activities.

Weather October 2022 in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria:

Generally, October in Puerto Rico will be really nice, with an average temperature of around 80°F / 27°C. But due to the very high humidity, it can feel very uncomfortable. You can expect around 1 rainy days, with on average 0.1 inches / 3 mm of rain during the month of October.

Bengt Nyman – CC BY 2.0

Contents

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

October weather in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria

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

Generally, October in Puerto Rico will be really nice. Historical data shows that you can expect an average temperature of around 80°F / 27°C. But due to the very high humidity, it can feel very uncomfortable. During the night, it will cool down to around 64°F / 18°C. Many will prefer a location with air conditioning due to the high humidity level.

Puerto Rico does not have a lot of rainy days in October. You can expect around 1 rainy days, with on average 0.1 inches / 3 mm of rain during the whole month.

The forecast for October 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.

October weather in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria in more detail

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

– What will the temperature be in Puerto Rico in October

Generally, you can expect in October an average temperature of 80°F / 27°C during the day and an average of 64°F / 18°C during the night. In October, 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 60°F / 16°C.

When looking at the whole year, January and February are the coldest months, with an average temperature of around 71°F / 22°C. August and September are the hottest months, with an average temperature of around 84°F / 29°C. When comparing October with the temperature in the month before and after, this is almost equal to September, which sees an average maximum temperature of around 84°F / 29°C. And almost equal to November, which sees an average maximum temperature of around 77°F / 25°C.

Day and night temperature variation for Puerto Rico during the year.Day and night temperature variation for Puerto Rico 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 and December are the coldest months, with a temperature of around 78°F / 26°C. When comparing October with the temperature in the month before and after, this is almost equal to September, which sees an average maximum temperature of around 91°F / 33°C. And almost equal to November, which sees an average maximum temperature of around 86°F / 30°C.

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

Day and night temperature variation for Puerto Rico during the year.Day and night temperature variation for Puerto Rico during the year.

– Can you expect rain in October in Puerto Rico?

Generally, you can expect about 1 rain days in October, with on average 0.1 inches / 3 mm of rain.

When looking at the whole year, May and July are the driest months, with an average rainfall of around 0 inches / 0 mm. December is the wettest month, with an average rainfall of around 0.4 inches / 9 mmmm. When comparing October with the month before and after, this is equal to September, which sees around 0. 1 inches / 3 mm of rain. And slightly less than November, which sees around 0.2 inches / 6 mm of rain

Rain days for Puerto Rico during the year.Rain days for Puerto Rico 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 October with the month before and after, this is almost equal to September, which sees around 1 day of rain. And almost equal to November, which sees an average of between 2 and 3 days of rain

– What will the water temperature be in Puerto Rico for October

You can expect in October, the water temperature for Puerto Rico to be between 75°F / 24°C and 73°F / 23°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 October with the month before and after, October has a water temperature almost equal to September, with a water temperature of around 77°F / 25°C. And almost equal to the water temperature from November, that is an average of between 73°F / 23°C and 75°F / 24°C.

Water temperature for Puerto Rico during the year.Water temperature for Puerto Rico during the year.

– Can you expect in October a lot of sunny days in Puerto Rico

Generally, you can expect around 11 sunny days in October and around 18 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 11 and 12 sunny days. August is the month with the lowest number of sunny days, with around 1 sunny day. When comparing October with the number of sunny days in the month before and after, it is slightly higher than September, with around 6 sunny days. And almost equal to November, with an average of between 10 and 11 sunny days

The number of sunny, partly sunny, and cloudy days for Puerto RicoThe number of sunny, partly sunny, and cloudy days for Puerto Rico

We have looked at the sunny days in Puerto Rico. Let’s also look at the cloudy or overcast days. January is the month with the highest number of cloudy days, with an average of between 4 and 5 cloudy days. July is the month with the lowest number of cloudy days, with around 1 cloudy day. When comparing October with the number of cloudy days in the month before and after, it is almost equal to September, with around 2 cloudy days. And almost equal to November, with an average of between 3 and 4 cloudy days

– Will it be comfortable in October in Puerto Rico?

Generally, October in Puerto Rico will have a very high humidity, and can feel very uncomfortable.

We use the humidity and temperature in Puerto Rico 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 “slightly uncomfortable” (moderately humid). July has the highest humidity, with a Wintersun Expert comfort level of “very uncomfortable” (very high humidity). When comparing October with the month before and after, this is almost equal to September, which has a Wintersun Comfort level of “extremely uncomfortable” (extremely humid). And almost equal to November, which has a Wintersun Comfort level of “very uncomfortable” (very high humidity)

Wintersun Expert Humidity / Comfort level for Puerto RicoWintersun Expert Humidity / Comfort level for Puerto Rico

What to do in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria in October

  • The Europa Center: the Europa Center, also known as the Europa Centre Puerto Rico, is a great hub of top quality restaurants, entertaining bars, and other sorts of activities for snowbirds. It is one of the top spots in Puerto Rico.
  • The Pasarela center: This is a great mall located close to the beach. It has some splendid stores that snowbirds can visit to make essential purchases, and also get a thing or two to take back home with them.
  • Playa de Puerto Rico: this is a busy sandy beachside that is surrounded by multiple lodging & dining spots. It’s a great place to meet and socialize with other tourists, get a suntan, or just lay back with your feet in the sand and watch a beautiful sunset.
  • Angry Birds Activity Park: for snowbirds traveling with younger children, this is a great location. There are lots of activities here like ziplining. It is a great way to allow children to have some fun while on holiday. Food, like burgers, pizza, and ice cream is also available here.

Is it humid in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria in October?

A lot of people ask interested in the humidity or relative humidity for Puerto Rico Gran Canaria in October. 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 October in Puerto Rico, 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 Puerto Rico 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 October, you can expect that Puerto Rico will have a very high humidity, and can feel very uncomfortable.

January is the month with the most comfort. It will be moderately humid, and can feel slightly uncomfortable for some. July is the most uncomfortable month. It will be extremely humid, and can feel extremely uncomfortable. In the graph, you can see that there is not a lot of difference between the most comfortable and most uncomfortable months.

Humidity level for Puerto RicoHumidity level for Puerto Rico

Is October a good time to go to Puerto Rico Gran Canaria?

Trying to answer the question of whether October is a good time to go to Puerto Rico 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 Puerto Rico in October, we can see that it will be fine for most people. In October, you can expect it to be really nice, with an average temperature of around 80°F / 27°C. But due to the very high humidity, it can feel very uncomfortable. During the night, it will be around 64°F / 18°C.

As the number of overcast days is not high, you can enjoy the sun with around 11 sunny days and 18 partly sunny days.

The last aspect we will look at is rain. You can expect around 1 rainy days, with on average 0.1 inches / 3 mm of rain during October. 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 October in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria is not the most optimal destination. But that doesn’t mean it is not a good time for you to go. As said before, each visitor has their own preferences when it comes to the weather.

Does it rain all day in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria in October?

In Puerto Rico, it does not rain all day in October. You can expect around 1 rainy days, with on average 0.1 inches / 3 mm of rain during the month.

Another way of looking at the rain is the number of sunny days. For Puerto Rico Gran Canaria, there are, on average 11 sunny days and 18 partly sunny days in October. That clearly shows that it is not raining all the time.

Is October the rainiest month in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria?

October 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 Puerto Rico, 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 0.4 inches / 9 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 October the most sunniest month in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria?

October 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 Puerto Rico, 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 11 sunny days, and 18 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. 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 Puerto Rico Gran Canaria in other months

  • Weather in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria for January
  • Weather in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria for February
  • Weather in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria for March
  • Weather in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria for April
  • Weather in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria for May
  • Weather in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria for June
  • Weather in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria for July
  • Weather in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria for August
  • Weather in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria for September
  • Weather in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria for November
  • Weather in Puerto Rico Gran Canaria for December

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35%

84 to 94 °F

60 to 70 °F

26 to 36 °C

13 to 23 °C

Sunrise
7:30 AM

Sunset
7:24 PM

Waxing Crescent

15%

85 to 95 °F

62 to 72 °F

27 to 37 °C

14 to 24 °C

Sunrise
7:30 AM

Sunset
7:23 PM

Waxing Crescent

05%

86 to 96 °F

63 to 73 °F

27 to 37 °C

15 to 25 °C

Sunrise
7:31 AM

Sunset
7:22 PM

First Quarter

35%

87 to 97 °F

63 to 73 °F

28 to 38 °C

15 to 25 °C

Sunrise
7:31 AM

Sunset
7:21 PM

Waxing Gibbous

35%

86 to 96 °F

61 to 71 °F

27 to 37 °C

13 to 23 °C

Sunrise
7:32 AM

Sunset
7:19 PM

Waxing Gibbous

27%

86 to 96 °F

61 to 71 °F

27 to 37 °C

13 to 23 °C

Sunrise
7:32 AM

Sunset
7:18 PM

Waxing Gibbous

19%

87 to 97 °F

61 to 71 °F

28 to 38 °C

13 to 23 °C

Sunrise
7:32 AM

Sunset
7:17 PM

Waxing Gibbous

05%

85 to 95 °F

60 to 70 °F

27 to 37 °C

13 to 23 °C

Sunrise
7:33 AM

Sunset
7:16 PM

Waxing Gibbous

24%

86 to 96 °F

61 to 71 °F

27 to 37 °C

13 to 23 °C

Sunrise
7:33 AM

Sunset
7:15 PM

Full Moon

49%

86 to 96 °F

58 to 68 °F

27 to 37 °C

12 to 22 °C

Sunrise
7:34 AM

Sunset
7:14 PM

Waning Gibbous

49%

82 to 92 °F

58 to 68 °F

25 to 35 °C

12 to 22 °C

Sunrise
7:34 AM

Sunset
7:13 PM

Waning Gibbous

60%

81 to 91 °F

58 to 68 °F

25 to 35 °C

12 to 22 °C

Sunrise
7:35 AM

Sunset
7:12 PM

Waning Gibbous

38%

81 to 91 °F

59 to 69 °F

25 to 35 °C

12 to 22 °C

Sunrise
7:35 AM

Sunset
7:11 PM

Waning Gibbous

18%

80 to 90 °F

57 to 67 °F

24 to 34 °C

11 to 21 °C

Sunrise
7:36 AM

Sunset
7:10 PM

Waning Gibbous

31%

76 to 86 °F

54 to 64 °F

22 to 32 °C

10 to 20 °C

Sunrise
7:36 AM

Sunset
7:09 PM

Waning Gibbous

28%

77 to 87 °F

54 to 64 °F

22 to 32 °C

10 to 20 °C

Sunrise
7:37 AM

Sunset
7:08 PM

Waning Gibbous

30%

78 to 88 °F

55 to 65 °F

23 to 33 °C

10 to 20 °C

Sunrise
7:38 AM

Sunset
7:07 PM

Last Quarter

38%

78 to 88 °F

56 to 66 °F

23 to 33 °C

11 to 21 °C

Sunrise
7:38 AM

Sunset
7:06 PM

Waning Crescent

08%

80 to 90 °F

58 to 68 °F

24 to 34 °C

12 to 22 °C

Sunrise
7:39 AM

Sunset
7:05 PM

Waning Crescent

06%

82 to 92 °F

59 to 69 °F

25 to 35 °C

12 to 22 °C

Sunrise
7:39 AM

Sunset
7:05 PM

Waning Crescent

06%

81 to 91 °F

59 to 69 °F

25 to 35 °C

12 to 22 °C

Sunrise
7:40 AM

Sunset
7:04 PM

Waning Crescent

08%

82 to 92 °F

59 to 69 °F

25 to 35 °C

12 to 22 °C

Sunrise
7:40 AM

Sunset
7:03 PM

Waning Crescent

18%

83 to 93 °F

60 to 70 °F

26 to 36 °C

13 to 23 °C

Sunrise
7:41 AM

Sunset
7:02 PM

Waning Crescent

26%

83 to 93 °F

60 to 70 °F

26 to 36 °C

13 to 23 °C

Sunrise
7:42 AM

Sunset
7:01 PM

Waning Crescent

30%

80 to 90 °F

56 to 66 °F

24 to 34 °C

11 to 21 °C

Sunrise
7:42 AM

Sunset
7:00 PM

New Moon

28%

78 to 88 °F

55 to 65 °F

23 to 33 °C

10 to 20 °C

Sunrise
7:43 AM

Sunset
6:59 PM

Waxing Crescent

42%

77 to 87 °F

54 to 64 °F

22 to 32 °C

10 to 20 °C

Sunrise
7:43 AM

Sunset
6:59 PM

Waxing Crescent

04%

80 to 90 °F

56 to 66 °F

24 to 34 °C

11 to 21 °C

Sunrise
7:44 AM

Sunset
6:58 PM

Waxing Crescent

04%

78 to 88 °F

55 to 65 °F

23 to 33 °C

10 to 20 °C

Sunrise
7:45 AM

Sunset
6:57 PM

Waxing Crescent

16%

76 to 86 °F

53 to 63 °F

22 to 32 °C

9 to 19 °C

Sunrise
7:45 AM

Sunset
5:56 PM

Waxing Crescent

49%

77 to 87 °F

56 to 66 °F

22 to 32 °C

11 to 21 °C

Sunrise
6:46 AM

Sunset
5:56 PM

Waxing Crescent

Puerto Rico Weather in October

The weather in Puerto Rico offers beautifully warm highs of 88°F even in October. The sun shines for over 7 hours each day and the sea still has its warmest temperature of the whole year at 84°F. Plan your trip around afternoon rain showers as with 18 rainy days to be expected in October, it does rain quite frequently. Mornings can be spent enjoying the most wonderful beaches and for the evenings out you don’t have to bring any extra clothes as it’s rarely colder than lows of 77°F. The hurricane season peaked last month and it’s now just the tail end.

It’s still low season so you might get some great deals! In October there are some great events happening to keep you busy, especially during the rainy hours. Check out some of the many Halloween events and a must is a visit to the Oktoberfest in the Casa Bavaria .

Best Time to Visit Puerto Rico

Given its tropical climate Puerto Rico is a beautifully warm place to visit any time of the year. The least rainy months are March and April and as such, probably the best time weatherwise for a beach vacation. From May until August the waves are the highest> and the conditions are ideal for surfers.

If you are planning to visit the Rio Camuy Cave Park or the El yunque rainforest, it’s best to choose some of the drier months, like February, March, April or June. In terms of the least crowded time of year, November and May are the best choices. The peak hurricane months are August and September.

Things to know about Puerto Rico

The insular area of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean impresses with its beautiful and quiet bays, a lively capital city and a huge amount of nature and greenery. Here is a guide of what to explore on this stunning island.

  • Whether you arrive by air or sea, whenever you travel to Puerto Rico you first land in its lively capital San Juan. You should really spend at least one night there before you continue your travels towards the jungle or dream beach vacation. Real Caribbean flair awaits you in the Old Town of San Juan. The UNESCO world heritage site Castillo San Cristobal was built by Spanish colonies and is a must see. An outline of local culture and history can be explored in the Museo de San Juan and on Saturday mornings you can get a taste of all the local specialities during the farmers market (8am – 1pm, 150 Calle Norzagaray). Coffee lovers must try a coffee made from local Puerto Rican coffee beans at ‘Caficultura’ (401 Calle San Francisco). And try a Chichaito cocktail at Bar Los 3 Cuernos (403 Calle San Francisco).
  • Around 7 miles east of Puerto Rico you will find the small island of Vieques. You can get there easily by ferry boat from Fajardo or by plane from San Juan. The beautiful and untouched island impresses with stunning beaches and totally empty bays where you might spot a passing wild horse now and then.
  • The best accomodation on Puerto Rico is provided by the W Retreat and Spa. It’s directly on the beach, offers plenty of quiet spots for couples as well as stunning areas for families. A highlight is the infinity pool with underwater music. The rooms are beautiful and the restaurant offers unbelievably beautiful views across the sea. Every day you can participate in tours around the nearby national park which occupies around two thirds of the island.
  • The Blue Hole, near Villa Montones, is a water hole in the sea. It appears suddenly and offers views of the colourful underwater world- a real snorkeling hotspot!
  • On your way to the Blue Hole you will pass ‘The Breakfast Club at Ola Lola’s. Youngsters serve fantastic food and drinks any time of the day and it’s a great place to chill and hang out. Cash only!
  • A drive along the Ruta Panoramica, which goes across the island for 167 miles, is a fantastic way to see everything the island has to offer- from mountain regions to bamboo woods, a series of abandoned places and coffee plantages. All the way you have incredible views out over the sea.
  • Aguadilla is a great base for further excursions around the island. From here you can easily reach the surfer hotspot of Rincon. In Aguadilla itself is the former Ramey Air force base of the US Air Force and if interested you could visit its museum too.
  • The time when Puerto Rico was one of the main sugar producers in the world is gone but what remains are the Lost Places. The ruins of the sugar cane plants have something charming. Most interesting are the abandoned plants of Central Coloso and Playa Lucia as well as the Guajataca Tunnel, which used to connect the towns of Isabela and Quebradillas.
  • Isabella, or the ‘garden of the Northwest’ is the perfect base in order to explore the surrounding villages and beaches. The sea is rough and the waves are high. Children and those who can’t swim can splash around Swimming Holes, such as the Pozo Teodoro, where the water collects up to knee level and is warmed by the sun. From here you can also easily reach the surfers mecca of Rincon. You should stay there until sunset which surely is one of the most impressive in the Caribbean.
  • Approximately 2 hours by car from San Juan you reach El Yunque. Inhabiting 28,000 acres it is the only rainforest on US territory. Whilst walking along beautiful trails you can see over 240 species of animals and plants. A beautiful refreshment is offered by the waterfall of La Mina.

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Ponce Carnival (Carnaval Ponceño)

February 16–21, 2023 • event

Bury the sardine and party with vejigantes in Ponce

Whale Watching

January–March  • nature

Meet the beautiful sea mammals off the west coast of Puerto Rico

Caribbean Cruises

December–May • activity

You will fall in love with the sun-kissed countries of the Caribbean

Cabo Rojo Salt Flats

all year round • nature

Pink ponds are framed by turqoise ocean waters and the blue skies

Bioluminescent Bays

all year round • nature

Swimming or kayaking in bioluminescent waters can be your most memorable experience in Puerto Rico

Guajataca Tunnel

all year round • event

The historical tunnel now hosts a weekend crafts market

El Yunque National Forest

all year round • nature

Take a soul-refreshing trip to enchanted jungles

Tanama Cave Tubing

all year round (best November–April) • activity

A fun activity in the karst region of Utuado

Cueva Ventana

all year round • nature

One of the most beautiful hikes in Puerto Rico

Kayaking in Bio Bay

all year round • activity

The illuminated water brings kayaking in Puerto Rico to the next level.

Kayaking and Canoeing

all year round • activity

Get lost in Puerto Rico’s natural beauty

Waterfalls and Swimming Holes

all year round • nature

Escape tropical heat in the cool waters of jungle waterfalls

Rio Camuy Caves (Cavernas de Camuy)

all year round (best December–May) • nature

The largest cave system in the Western Hemisphere includes about 200 caves and caverns

Surfing

September–April (best October–February) • activity

A dream destination for any surfer, Puerto Rico has a lot to offer to novices as well as pros

Snorkeling

all year round • activity

Discover the incredible marine life of coral reefs and mangrove coves of Puerto Rico

Sailing

November–July (best November–January) • activity

Due to steady 10-15 knot wind virtually year-round, Puerto Rico is a paradise for sailing ethusiasts

Diving

December–August • activity

Explore the deepest secrets of the Caribbean and discover its underwater world hidden from the plain sight

Kiteboarding

December–April | June–August  • activity

Water sports, especially kiteboarding, is a must-try in Puerto Rico

Fishing

all year round (best August–September) • activity

Warm and rich with nutrients, Puerto Rican waters allow great fishing all year round

Birdwatching

all year round (best in November–May) • nature

Discover the avian world of Puerto Rico

San Sebastian Street Festival

out of rangeJanuary 19–22, 2023 • event

A vibrant carnival full of music, dances and street parties

Festival Indigena Jayuya

unconfirmedlate November 2022 • event

Immerse yourself in indigenous culture in the mountains of central Puerto Rico

Festival Casals

unconfirmedlate May–early June 2023 • event

The premier cultural event in Puerto Rico and the largest classical music festival of the Caribbean

Festival de Santiago Apóstol

out of rangeJuly 21–31, 2021 (limited event) • event

A religious celebration that blends Spanish traditions with African heritage

La Campechada

out of rangeNovember 18–20, 2022 • event

City streets turn into a theater, an art gallery or a circus

Festival de las Máscaras de Hatillo

out of rangeDecember 28 • event

A colorful parade of masks and costumes kicks off the holiday season in Puerto Rico

Festival de la Novilla

out of rangeJanuary 15–16, 2022 • event

The agricultural event has become a massive fiesta celebrating country lifestyle

Día de Reyes

out of rangeJanuary 6 • event

One of the most colorful holidays in Puerto Rico is especially anticipated by children

Baby Turtles

out of rangeApril–August • nature

Hatching season is a special time of the year in Puerto Rico

Festival de la Piña Paradisíaca

out of rangeMay 27–29, 2022 • event

Try all things pineapple and get to know a picturesque coastal community near Lajas

New Year’s Eve

out of rangeDecember 31 • event

Celebrate the New Year Caribbean style!

Noche de San Juan

out of rangeJune 23 • event

A massive midnight ocean plunge marks the feast of St. John in Puerto Rico

Noche Buena

out of rangeDecember 24–25 • event

You can satisfy your sweet tooth during Puerto Rican Christmas

Ceti

out of rangeJuly–December • food

The favorite fish delicacy of the Arecibo region

Puerto Rico Comic Con

out of rangeApril 14–16, 2023 • event

The largest comic convention in the Caribbean

Las Mañanitas

out of rangeDecember 12 • event

A massive religious celebration and candle-lit procession in Ponce

Semana Santa (Easter)

out of rangeApril 2–10, 2023 • event

A religious holiday marked by processions and family gatherings

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Weather in Puerto Rico in October 2022-2021 at “365 Celsius”

What’s the weather like in Puerto Rico in the month of October is highly dependent on the region. The air warms up at night to +27°C, and during the day up to +32.2°C, it rains for 20 days and 80.8 mm of precipitation falls per month. And, for example, in Kayey the weather conditions are not very good, since the air is up to +28.9 ° C, cloudy and rainy days are at least 26. The best cities to relax at this time are Arecibo, Isabela, San Juan. The air temperature in October is +29.5°C.

Climate

Average temperature during the day: +29.5°C
Sea water temperature: +29.3°C
Number of sunny days: 19 days
Rainy days:
Rainfall:
20 days
80.8 mm

Water temperature in Puerto Rico in October

Should you visit Puerto Rico in October?

The weather in Puerto Rico in October is good for holidays, this month’s rating is 4. 3 out of five. The climate in October is good and tourists come to rest. At this time, a very warm sea with a temperature of +29.3°C. It rains a lot, about 20 days a month, with 80.8 mm of precipitation. Sunny skies for at least 19 days. The weather in Puerto Rico at the end of October at the beginning and middle of the month is presented on the graph. The air temperature in October is +29.5°C. At this time, the best climatic conditions in 3 cities:

Weather in October Arecibo Weather in October San Juan Weather in October Isabela

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air: +32.2°C
rain: 5 days
sea: +29.2°C
sun: 17 days

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air: +31.8°C
rain: 2 days
sea: +29.2°C
sun: 17 days

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air: +31. 4°C
rain: 7 days
sea: +29.4°C
sun: 15 days
Best climate in cities in October
City Air temperature Water temperature Rainy days (precipitation)
Arecibo +32.2°C +29.2°C 5 days (79.8mm)
San Juan +31.8°C +29.2°C 2 days (42.2mm)
Isabela +31.4°C +29.4°C 7 days (75.1mm)
Aguadilla +31.6°C +29. 4°C 8 days (99.4mm)
Mayaguez +32°C +29.4°C 7 days (95.2mm)
Candelaria +29.2°C 14 days (32.59mm)
Levitovn +29.2°C 14 days (32.59mm)

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Air temperature in Puerto Rico in October

The difference in daily air temperature throughout the year is 2.8°C, but due to the presence of the sea, the climate in Puerto Rico is quite mild over the months. The coldest month is January when the air warms up to +27. 0°C, and the warmest month is September with +29.8°C. The air temperature in October is +29.5°C.

Puerto Rico water temperature

The beach season here lasts: . The temperature in the sea at this time of the year is from – to – conducive to a pleasant swim. The worst weather in Puerto Rico and the water temperature recorded in February is +2.5°C. The air temperature in October is +29.5°C.

Number of rainy days and precipitation in October

An unsuccessful month for travel is May, it rains on average 20 days. The maximum monthly rainfall is 62.9mm. The air temperature in October is +29.5°C.

Rating of comfortable rest in October

The rating is calculated by months, taking into account the average air temperature, the amount of rain and other indicators. For a year in Puerto Rico, the score ranges from 4.3 in August to 4.7 in January, out of a possible five. The air temperature in October is +29.5°C.

Month Air temperature during the day Water temperature Solar
days
Rainy days (precipitation)
December +27.5°C +2.7°C 16.6 15 days (33.3 mm)
January +27.0°C +2.6°C 19.0 13 days (83.3 mm)
February +27.0°C +2.5°C 18.5 12 days (22.0 mm)
March +27. 1°C +2.6°C 18.0 14 days (27.4 mm)
April +27.8°C +2.6°C 18.4 15 days (36.9 mm)
May +28.4°C +2.7°C 19.3 20 days (62.9 mm)
June +29.3°C +2.7°C 21.5 14 days (34.5 mm)
July +29.5°C +2.7°C 20.9 16 days (42.7 mm)
August +29.7°C +2.7°C 21. 3 18 days (64.7 mm)
September +29.8°C +2.8°C 20.0 18 days (74.0 mm)
October +29.5°C +2.8°C 19.1 20 days (80.8 mm)
November +28.5°C +2.8°C 13.8 20 days (71.8 mm)

Number of sunny days in October

Beautiful sunny weather will delight tourists in June – as many as 22 sunny per month. Great time to vacation in Puerto Rico. The air temperature in October is +29.5°C.

    Please note:

  • Weather in Puerto Rico in September: rating 4. 3 (out of 5), air +29.8°C , sea: +29.1°C, rain 18 days
  • Weather in Puerto Rico in November: rating 4.5 (out of 5), air +28.5°C , sea: +28.9°C, rain 20 days

Weather in San Juan in October 2022, water temperatures in San Juan

Check the weather for October before planning your San Juan vacation.
Average weather data includes daytime highs and nighttime lows in temperature, rainfall, hours of sunshine, and water temperature data.

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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.

1.2500 mm

0.7500 mm

0.6250 mm

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1.3750 mm

3.0000 mm

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oct.

1.6250 mm

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oct.

0.7500 mm

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oct.

1.6250 mm

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oct.

2.3750 mm

14

oct.

3.8750 mm

15

oct.

2.0000 mm

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oct.

2.2500 mm

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oct.

0.3750 mm

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oct.

1.7500 mm

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oct.

0.5000 mm

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oct.

0.3750 mm

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oct.

0.6250 mm

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oct.

0.7500 mm

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oct.

0.7500 mm

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oct.

0.6250 mm

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oct.

1.3750 mm

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oct.

1.7500 mm

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oct.

1.2500 mm

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oct.

1.7500 mm

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oct.

3.1250 mm

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oct.

0.6250 mm

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The maximum daytime temperature in San Juan is 31. 8750 °C, the minimum nighttime temperature is 23.6250 °C. The amount of precipitation in October is usually no more than 131 mm, and the number of hours of sunshine is at least 7.

weather in October at other resorts of Puerto Rico

Wesecs

29 ° C

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29 ° C

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30°N

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Monthly weather in San Juan

Average temperature: 28 ° C
Average temperature during the day: 30 ° C
Average temperature at night: 27 ° C
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Rainfall in mm: 131 mm
Number of rainy days in the month: 26
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Viesques weather in October 2022

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The maximum daytime temperature in Viesques is 30. 0000 °C, the minimum nighttime temperature is 21.5000 °C. The amount of precipitation in October is usually no more than 216 mm, and the number of hours of sunshine is at least n/a.

Weather in October at other resorts in Puerto Rico

Viesques

29°C

Dorado

30 ° C

Isabela

29 ° C

Mayaguez

30 ° C

Ponce

29 ° C

Rio Grande

30 ° C

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CLIMATE

Puerto Rico Puerto Rico is the smallest and easternmost island of the Greater Antilles. The total area is 9104 km2. In addition to the main island, Puerto Rico includes several tiny islands. The northern and eastern shores of the country are washed by the Atlantic Ocean, the southern by the Caribbean Sea, and the western by the Mona Strait.

Puerto Rico has three main geographic regions: mountains, coastal lowlands, and karst regions. Thanks to the karst region, the country has one of the most significant cave systems and the third largest underground river, the Rio Camui. More than 60% of the island is covered by mountains. The highest point of the country is located on the Central Cordeliers – Cerro de Punta (1338 m). In the eastern part of Puerto Rico is the only tropical rainforest in the United States, which is known as El Yunque. Due to the diversity of flora and fauna, it received the status of a biosphere reserve under the auspices of the UN.

Puerto Rico has a tropical climate characterized by sunny, hot and humid weather. There is no winter, spring or autumn, only summer time. The air temperature fluctuates around +27°C…+30°C all year round. The rainy season in Puerto Rico lasts from April to November. More precipitation falls in the north than in the south. You can find out about the weather conditions in Puerto Rico in our weather calendar by months.

Weather in Puerto Rico in January

In January, the temperature will reach +28°C during the hottest part of the day, dropping to +22°C after sunset. Sea water temperature +26°C. Precipitation level in January is 45-90 mm, which fall during 2-6 rainy days.

Weather in Puerto Rico in February

The temperature of the air masses during the daytime reaches +28°C, cooling down to +22°C at night. For 3-6 rainy February days, up to 80 mm of precipitation falls. The water temperature on the coasts of Puerto Rico is +26°C.

Weather in Puerto Rico in March

Daytime temperatures in March reach +27°C, at night the thermometer drops to +21°C. Precipitation becomes a little more abundant. For 3-5 rainy days, the level of precipitation reaches 105 mm. The water near the coast is stably warmed up to +26°C.

Weather in Puerto Rico in April

In Puerto Rico, the air warms up to +28°С during the day and cools down to +22°С at night. The level of precipitation reaches 90 mm in April. The water temperature near the coast becomes 1 degree higher and is +27°С.

Weather in Puerto Rico in May

In May, the thermometers show a temperature of +29°C during the day, dropping to +23°C at night. For a month in Puerto Rico, up to 130 mm of precipitation is expected, which will fall in 11 rainy days. It will be less rainy in the capital of San Juan, where only 60 mm of precipitation will fall in 3 days. The sun during the day warms up the water on the coast to + 28 ° С.

Weather in Puerto Rico in June

In the first summer month, the daytime temperature in the country reaches +30°С…+31°С. At night, the relative coolness brings freshness and the thermometer drops to +23°C. Up to 35 mm of precipitation falls in the capital, and up to 110 mm in the rest of Puerto Rico. The number of solar hours increases to 9 and during this time the sun warms the sea water up to +28°C.

Weather in Puerto Rico in July

In July, the air in the country warms up to +31°С during the day and +24°С at night, the water in the sea warms up to 28°С. The rainiest west this month is Mayaguez with 125 mm of precipitation. Up to 40 mm of precipitation is expected in the capital, and up to 70 mm in the rest of the country.

Weather in Puerto Rico in August

In August, the air temperature in the country fluctuates from +31°C during the day to +24°C at night, the water in the sea is warmed up to +29°C. The west is still the rainiest, with 175-205 mm of precipitation per month. Up to 90 mm of precipitation is expected in the capital, and up to 125 mm in the rest of the country.

Weather in Puerto Rico in September

°C. For a month in Puerto Rico, up to 140 mm of precipitation is expected, which will fall in 10 rainy days. It will be less rainy in the capital San Juan, where only 50 mm of rain will fall in 3 days.

Weather in Puerto Rico in October

The air temperature in the country reaches +31°C during the day and +24°C at night, the water in the sea is warmed up to +29°C. The end of the rainy season is approaching, so the level of precipitation drops in the capital to 40 mm, in the west to 100 mm, and in the rest of the country to 85 mm.

Weather in Puerto Rico in November

From this month the temperature is gradually decreasing. During the day the air warms up to +29°С, and at night up to +23°С.

Mount teide: Tours and activities on Mount Teide – Tenerife

Опубликовано: September 28, 2021 в 11:12 am

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Complete guide on how to get up Mount Teide peak

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • How to get up Mount Teide with a permit to climb to the top
    • Obtain a permit to climb to the Mount Teide peak on your own
    • Climb to the top of Mount Teide with one of the activities offered by the Volcano Teide Experience
  • How to get up Mount Teide
    • The most comfortable way to climb the Teide is by cable car
    • The physical way: hiking up Mount Teide
  • Our star excursion to the Teide Peak: Ascent to the peak by cable car
  • No permit? No problem. The Teide is much more
  • Frequently asked questions about getting up Mount Teide
  • Mount Teide awaits you

 

Book your hiking tour in Tenerife

 

Climbing to the top of Mount Teide is an adventure that everyone must experience at least once in their life. Unfortunately, there are many ways to reach the Teide summit and so the best way in terms of means of transport, permits, activities, points of interest, excursions to the top of Mount Teide, etc. is not always clear.

There are two options for ascending Mount Teide: First, by cable car, travelling from the base station at an altitude of 2,356 m to the top station, known as La Rambleta, at 3,555 m. The second option is to hike to the peak via Montaña Blanca; the trail is around 9 km long and takes between 6 and 7 hours.

Since we receive dozens of calls every day from tourists who have doubts about how to get up Mount Teide, we have decided to write this complete guide with everything you need to know about how to get up Mount Teide and how to fully experience one of the world’s most impressive volcanoes.

But first, here are some spots and places of interest in the National Park. Their names will come up more than once, so if you get lost or are unsure of what we are talking about, you can always go back to this map:

Mount Teide location map

  • Cable car base station, at an altitude of 2,356 metres.
  • Cable car upper station, at 3,555 metres, also known as La Rambleta.
  • Teide Peak, at 3,718 metres.
  • Trail No. 10, Telesforo Bravo, to the Peak of Mount Teide.
  • Trail No. 11 to the La Fortaleza viewpoint from where you can see the northern side of the island.
  • Trail No. 12 to the Pico Viejo viewpoint from where you can see the southern side of the island.
  • Trail No. 7 from Montaña Blanca (2,348 metres) to La Rambleta; the trail that leads to the Refuge.
  • The Altavista Refuge, at 3,260 metres. (Currently closed to the public)

How to get up Mount Teide with a permit to climb to the top

Let’s start with the most important part: permits to climb to the Mount Teide summit.

Reaching Mount Teide’s highest point is not easy, but only because you need a permit for it.

Hikers at the Peak of Mount Teide

To hike to the top of Mount Teide you need to take trail No. 10, Telesforo Bravo, which starts at La Rambleta and ends at the highest point in Spain. But: the entrance to the trail is not open. You need a permit, which the National Park guards will ask for at the entrance of the trail.

So, how to get up Mount Teide with this permit? Here are your two options:

Obtain a permit to climb to the Mount Teide peak on your own

For this option, you only need to carry out one step: visit the National Parks reservations website with sufficient time in advance.

How much is sufficient?

That depends on the season, sometimes you need more than three months. This is because only 200 permits are allocated per day and demand is very high. If you have tried and were unlucky, don’t worry, there are other options.

Climb to the top of Mount Teide with one of the activities offered by the Volcano Teide Experience

The second option is to join one of our activities that take you to the Teide summit. You won’t have to book in advance or carry out any boring paperwork to request a permit, freeing up precious time to plan for your trip.

We won’t go into more detail here, but if you need more information on how to get up Mount Teide with this option, you can find it in this post which we have prepared for you about how to get the Mount Teide permit.

And if you’d like to book the activity with us, you can do it here.

How to get up Mount Teide

Let’s move on from the ‘legal’ side of hiking up Mount Teide to talking about how to get up Mount Teide as comfortably as possible.

There are two ways to climb Mount Teide, and by ‘climbing’ Mount Teide we mean reaching the very peak, the highest point in Spain.

You have two options again:

The most comfortable way to climb the Teide is by cable car

The cable car links the base station with La Rambleta in a fascinating 8-minute air journey. Not only is it comfortable and fast, it is also an easy and fantastic way to visit the volcano and discover this natural treasure.

Ascent to the Peak of Teide by Cable Car

There are two ways of climbing the volcano by cable car. The first option is to go it alone; you will need a lot of planning ahead: you have to apply for a permit, and once it has been approved, you have to purchase the cable car tickets and book a time that is compatible with that permit.

But the second option is much more convenient: book our excursion to the top of Mount Teide. We will process the permit for you, include cable car tickets for just the right time and as an added bonus, the tour includes an official guide from the National Park who will be able to help you discover all the wonders of this natural paradise that you might otherwise miss.

For more information, simply click on this post in which we present detailed information on how to get up Mount Teide by cable car.


 

I want to book the excursion with the Cable Car


 

The physical way: hiking up Mount Teide

If you are looking for a challenge, congratulations! You have found one of the best.

Hiking up Mount Teide is not for everyone. It is quite steep in some sections, the atmospheric conditions harden the further up you go and the wild volcano vegetation can seem torrid, although the scenic value given by a climb to the peak makes the hike well worth the effort.

Ascent to the Peak of Teide on foot via Montaña Blanca

The route that allows you to climb to the Mount Teide summit by foot starts at the foot of Montaña Blanca—pun intended—and ends at the peak, but the path itself has several stages. If you want to discover them all, take a look at our post that we prepared specifically for it:


 

I want to book the ascent on foot


 

Our star excursion to the Teide Peak: Ascent to the peak by cable car

Let’s take a quick break.

We have already talked about how to get the permit and how to get up Mount Teide. We also provided you with links which include very specific information for your visit.

Now it’s time to tell you about our best excursion to the Mount Teide peak. The one most sought after, even by the island’s residents. And it is simply amazing…

We are referring to the Ascent to the Teide Peak by Cable Car excursion, which includes transport from your accommodation.

Excursion to get up Mount Teide by cable car

The excursion to the Teide peak, generally speaking, allows you to:

  • Reach the top of Mount Teide: And it includes the permit!
  • Enjoy the company of an official guide from the National Park who will show you all the secret corners on the volcano and teach you about the natural heritage of the highest volcano in Spain.
  • Climb from the base station to La Rambleta by cable car, comfortably, on an 8-minute trip over a geological treasure that will offer you postcard views.
  • Hike the very popular Telesforo Bravo trail that will take you to the Mount Teide crater.

 

Book the Ascent to the Teide Peak by Cable Car excursion

And if you are looking for excellence and exclusivity, the VIP ascent to the Teide peak excursion includes the same activities, but with no-one else in the group: The guide is completely dedicated to you. They’ll be there with you whenever you need them, something you’ll appreciate when you set off on the amazing Telesforo Bravo trail, which reaches the peak.
 

Take me to book the VIP option

 

How to get up Mount Teide: on foot of by cable car

No permit? No problem. The Teide is much more

Climbing Mount Teide is sooooo much more than simply reaching the peak. The volcano offers a wide range of interesting things, it would be a crime to limit yourself to simply climbing it.

For example, trail No. 11 will take you to the Mirador de La Fortaleza viewpoint. This trail crosses an, apparently chaotic, sea of lava that is testament to the tremendous forces that created it. It is the perfect trail if you want to enjoy the beautiful views of the northern slope of Tenerife or behold the spectacular sea of clouds.

La Fortaleza Viewpoint trail

Trail No. 12 to the Mirador de Pico Viejo viewpoint is also highly recommended. It is a volcanic path that will guide you across ancient lava rivers. You will pass fumaroles that will add a wild side to your excursion, and the smell of sulphur will remind you at all times that the Teide is an active volcano, even though it is dormant.

Pico Viejo Viewpoint trail

Go it alone with the cable car ticket if you want, but we recommend that you don’t miss a single thing and trust our guide to accompany you during this fascinating tour. Our guided tour also starts at La Rambleta, and at the end of the trail you will reach a viewpoint overlooking a 800-metre crater covered with every colour in the rainbow! Literally. So don’t miss it.
 

I want to book the guided tour to the Pico Viejo Viewpoint

 

But wait, there’s another option for hiking up to the top of Mount Teide: the same guided tour we mentioned before is also available at dusk. You won’t ever forget this stunning sunset!

Sunset on Mount Teide from the Pico Viejo viewpoint

 

I want to behold the sunset on Mount Teide

 

If you want more information on any of these options on how to get up Mount Teide, or if you were not able to get permit or book a trip to the Mount Teide summit, here is the relevant post:

Frequently asked questions about ascending to the peak of Mount Teide

Below you’ll find helpful answers to the most frequently asked questions that we receive about ascending to the peak of Mount Teide:

How long does it take to ascend to the peak of Mount Teide?

It depends how you do it. Hiking up from Montaña Blanca to the peak takes around 5 to 6 hours. If you ascend by cable car to La Rambleta and walk up from there, it will take roughly 40 to 50 minutes. Please bear in mind that these times are for guidance purposes only and the duration significantly depends on your level of physical fitness.

How much does it cost to ascend Mount Teide?

There are several differently priced options for getting up Mount Teide because the available activities may include transport, a guided tour, an audio guide, etc. Activities also take place during the day, at sunset, or at night to observe the stars.

Here’s a link where you’ll find up-to-date information and prices.

Which is the best road for going up Mount Teide?

Fortunately, distances in Tenerife are always short. In fact, the distance to Teide from the main points of the island ranges between 45 and 64 km, which means that to visit Mount Teide you can go up using one road whose main access is near the area where you are staying, and to go back you can use another road, allowing you to enjoy completely different landscapes, and return to the starting point on the same day.

How do you get a permit to ascend Mount Teide?

The best way to get an answer to this question is by reading a post in which we describe in detail all you need to know about the Mount Teide permit.

How long does it take to go up Mount Teide by car?

As we explained above, distances in Tenerife are always short and this is a big advantage. Below are details about the approximate distance between the most popular points on the island and the route to Mount Teide up to the cable car base station:

  • Santa Cruz: 64 km.
  • La Laguna: 55 km.
  • Puerto de la Cruz: 45 km.
  • Los Gigantes: 52 km.
  • Los Cristianos: 47 km.
  • El Médano: 52 km.

Mount Teide awaits you

The highest mountain in Spain receives every traveller with open arms. The third highest volcano in the world measuring from the bottom of the ocean and a National Park that extends the length and breadth of its slopes is a treasure worth discovering and an ideal place for those who love visiting the unknown.

It is an essential visit on your holidays to Tenerife; its exceptional state of conservation and surprising range of opportunities mean you won’t regret a second.

This is where we say goodbye. If you would like to review all the activities on offer by the Volcano Teide Experience, including an excursion to the top of Mount Teide, here is a weekly calendar. It will help you decide how to get up Mount Teide and plan your climb up to the peak.

Mount Teide Tour with Cable Car – Tenerife

A Mount Teide Tour with cable car that has everything you need

On this organised Mount Teide Tour with cable car (optional) return tickets, you’ll discover Teide National Park: the most visited national park in Europe. You’ll also be visiting the park in a sustainable way.

From the comfort of our bus and accompanied by an official guide, you will discover scenery that will leave you wide-eyed with wonder as you ascend towards the peak. Because Tenerife is an enormous mountain in the middle of the ocean. Its roads climb to reach the heart of the island: Mount Teide. Along the way, you will pass through different bioclimatic levels.

As you leave the coast, made barren by endless sunshine, the proximity of the sea and the lack of rain, you will enter the mid-altitude zone. This contains the finest agricultural land, chosen by the European settlers as the site for Tenerife’s historic towns. A series of towns is strung like a necklace at a mid altitude of between 400 and 500 metres above sea level: Arona, La Orotava, Santiago del Teide… All still conserve a historical legacy worth discovering.

If your Teide excursion takes you up the north side, the likelihood is that from 600 metres above sea level you will be engulfed by dense fog. You will be in the belt below the area of direct impact of the moist trade winds that blow in from the north-east, forming a sea of cloud. Here, laurel woods clothe the scenery in a rich green colour, and you will feel a coolness that will make you reach for your coat. Soon, at an altitude of 1,000 metres, the laurel woods give way to dense, humid pine forests, that extend up to 2,000 metres. But if your ascent takes you up the south side, where the sea of cloud struggles to form, you’ll be in the pine forest from an altitude of 600 metres.

When you reach the high mountain area, you will see the sea of cloud at your feet, and you will feel as if you are flying above it. The flora of Las Cañadas comprises broom, laburnum and a vast array of other plants, most of them endemic to these peaks. Here, the extreme climate, with significant fluctuations between summer and winter, and even between day and night, determines the pattern of life. Scrub clothes the slopes of the Las Cañadas cirque, and those of Mount Teide itself. But as you make your way towards the peak, it gradually disappears… Only the beautiful Teide violet survives at 3,000 metres on the volcano.

And throughout your trip to Mount Teide, you will see the volcanoes that formed Tenerife, some as old as the island itself, and others more recent.

Furthermore, since (optional) cable car tickets to go up Mount Teide are already included, you don’t have to worry about missing the chance to book your seat. We have thought of everything so that you can enjoy your Mount Teide Tour without worrying about a thing!

Enjoy spectacular views of Tenerife and some of the neighbouring islands on this excursion to ascend Mount Teide

Our Teide Tour includes tickets for the ascent and descent (optional) to take you up to an altitude of 3,555 metres so that you can enjoy stunning views of Tenerife and some of the neighbouring islands, whilst at the same time seeing one of the world’s most extraordinary volcanic landscapes. On Las Cañadas, you will see different types of lava and volcanic rock formations, beginning with Mount Teide itself, a stratovolcano of the Vesuvian type.

Mount Teide was formed gradually, as eruption followed eruption. Each eruption added another level to the volcanic edifice. Mount Teide began as a small volcanic cone at the base of Las Cañadas 150,000 years ago, and reached a height of 3,718 metres 1,000 years ago, when its most recent eruptions occurred; these formed the current peak and the streams of black lava that flow down its slopes. Now Mount Teide is the highest peak in the Atlantic region, the highest peak in Spain, and the third highest volcano on Earth measured from the sea bed, from where it reaches a height of 7,500 metres.

When you reach the cable car upper station, you can choose which views you’d like to enjoy:

  • Admire Siete Cañadas and the Ucanca valley from La Rambleta viewpoint
  • Follow the La Fortaleza trail and enjoy spectacular views of northern Tenerife
  • Choose the Pico Viejo viewpoint trail and admire views of southern Tenerife with the impressive 800-m-diameter Pico Viejo crater at your feet and, if the weather permits, the islands of La Gomera, El Hierro and La Palma on the horizon.

Come on a Mount Teide Tour with cable car and visit Mount Teide in a sustainable way

Forget the car and contribute to a sustainable Teide. By reducing atmospheric pollution, you can help in the fight against climate change.

By choosing group transport you’ll help to beat overcrowding in the vehicle parking zones inside the National Park which, as a conservation measure, are small and unsuitable for expansion.

Did you know that by choosing to visit the National Park and ascend Mount Teide by cable car on this excursion you can forget having to circle around in your car until you find a parking space? 

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Highlights…

  • Mount Teide Tour with cable car (optional) and a guide
  • The most sustainable way to visit Mount Teide: in group transport

What’s included…

  • Teide Cable Car return ticket (optional)
  • Official Spanish, English, German and French-speaking guide
  • Transport from the north and south of Tenerife to visit Mount Teide in a sustainable way

What’s not included…

  • Food and/or drinks
  • Permit to access the Teide crater issued by the National Park
  • Guide in other language than Spanish, English, German or French
  • Access for visitors with physical disabilities or motor impairments

Mount Teide National Park, a volcanic wonder

With a height of 3,718 metres, Mount Teide, the third largest volcanic structure in the world, watches over Tenerife like a guardian of the island, as a symbol of the force of nature. It is the highest volcano in Spain and is visible from anywhere in Tenerife. Even the inhabitants of the neighbouring island of La Gomera can admire its elegant and imposing silhouette. Also, it is the real protagonist of the Teide National Park, which was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, in the ‘Natural Site’ category, in 2007.

Mount Teide volcano, the park’s undisputed star

Created in 1954, Mount Teide National Park is located in the heart of Tenerife and comprises, in addition to the tall peak, a large caldera known as Las Cañadas del Teide. Mount Teide is accompanied by Montaña Blanca and Pico Viejo (or Montaña Chahorra). It is a young volcano that is just 600,000 years old and it is said that from the top you can see the other Canary Islands.

 

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The park covers nearly 19,000 hectares, with a maximum diameter of 17 kilometres in the shape of a caldera, and boasts unique vegetation. The most singular among the 139 recorded Teide National Park’s flora species is the high floral spike of red bugloss, which has become the symbol of the park and has been captured in numerous photographs with Mount Teide in the background. In fact, it can reach up to three metres in height and its root was used by the Guanches to dye hides. Only three tree species grow in the park: the Canary Islands juniper, the Canary Islands pine tree and the Canary Islands willow.

Teide National Park

The fauna of the Teide National Park is very difficult to observe, although if you pay attention, you can spot the Gallot’s lizard, endemic to the western Canary Islands; the North African hedgehog, the common kestrel or the sparrowhawk.

One thing you cannot miss is the spectacular landscape and scenery of great beauty, which is why a visit to Mount Teide is a must on any trip to Tenerife. It seems that the last eruption of the volcano was in 1492 and it is believed that Christopher Columbus himself may have observed it from La Gomera.

Excursions to Mount Teide National Park

Historically, Mount Teide has attracted great explorers and travellers eager to reach its summit, such as Feuillée (1724), Edens (1751), Heberden (1752), Borda (1776), Macartney (1792), and Humboldt, to name just a few. Today, four million people come to the park every year, usually for a day trip. And many of them make it to the Teide crater.

Below you will find some of the many options to enjoy the Teide National Park:

Teide Cable Car

The Teide cable car is open from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. It departs from the base of the volcano, located at 2,356 metres, and goes up to La Rambleta, at an altitude of 3,555 metres, from where you can continue ascending to the summit of Mount Teide on foot. Please bear in mind that a special permit from the park’s authorities is required to access the crater. The Teide cable car was inaugurated in 1974. The journey lasts 8 minutes and crosses the corridor called La Corbata del Teide [the Tie of Mount Teide], offering a beautiful panoramic view of Las Cañadas. At the end of the ride, a spectacular viewpoint awaits you.

Teide cable car

Hiking around Mount Teide

There is a network of hiking trails around Mount Teide, so there are multiple possibilities to walk through the territory overseen by this volcanic giant. The longest route is the one that surrounds the peak and runs through different cañadas (former cattle routes). Although you can start the hike anywhere, we recommend starting at the El Portillo visitors’ centre. The walk can take hours, but it is worth it because it allows you to discover each side of Mount Teide, as well as its secondary volcanoes (Montaña Blanca and Pico Viejo—or Montaña Chahorra—etc.). You will cross spectacular black lava fields, in the middle of an astounding silence that is only broken by the wind or by the singing of some birds.

Visiting Mount Teide

Only expert hikers can plan the ascent to the summit of Mount Teide, because the experience is challenging. You can spend the night (upon prior arrangement) at the Altavista Mountain Refuge, located at 3,270 metres, and sleep under the stars and with a sea of clouds at your feet. Let’s not forget that the sky over the Canary Islands is considered a privileged spot for stargazing. Which is one of the reasons why the facilities of the Canary Islands Institute of Astrophysics (or IAC) and the Teide Observatory are located here.

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Climbing the Montaña Blanca

An easier excursion is following the trails up to the Montaña Blanca or completing the Huevos del Teide [Teide Eggs] route, dotted with large black balls of volcanic rock, which were expelled from the volcano during its last eruptions. You can also walk along the so-called Roques de García—vertical monoliths which can be found next to the Parador de las Cañadas del Teide hotel.

What to see in the Teide National Park

Cañada Blanca Visitors’ Centre (Parador Nacional de las Cañadas del Teide). It is located to the side of the hotel and is open every day from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Here you will find information about the relationship between man and nature, and the wealth of the National Park. You can also book free guided walking tours to climb Mount Teide. The hotel has a cafeteria-terrace facing the volcano from which you can behold a breathtaking landscape. There’s another visitors’ centre in the park—Portillo de la Villa—which has the same opening hours.

Botanical Garden. It occupies a 4-hectare plot next to the Cañada Blanca visitors’ centre and was created to exhibit, research and reproduce the native flora of the national park. In fact, specimens of 75% of its species can be found here. Some of them, like the famous Teide violet, do not adjust to the climate, as they need a higher altitude.

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Roque Cinchado. This rock—or rather remnants of volcanic materials moulded by erosion—also known as Árbol de Piedra [Stone Tree], is a monolith carved in volcanic stone. It has become an emblem of the park, being one of the most photographed elements with Mount Teide in the background.

Caution: Visitors must not stray from the marked paths nor leave the signposted areas in the national park. Failure to observe this rule may have very serious consequences for this giant carpet of volcanic ash.

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Teide National Park

Mount Teide is the third tallest and largest volcano on the planet after Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea in Hawaii. Teide is the highest mountain in the Canary Islands (and in all of Spain.) Its formation began 170,000 years ago after a giant slide of the previous volcano which was even larger than the current one. During that slide, Las Cañadas caldera was formed. Today we can only see part of its wall because Teide grew inside and filled the caldera in. The visual impact of Teide is all the greater due to atmospheric conditions that create constantly changing textures and tones in the landscape and a ‘sea of clouds’ that forms a visually impressive backdrop to the mountain.

  • Ascent to Teide
  • Ascent to Teide by cableway
  • Hike up to Teide on foot using the trails
    • There are several options.
  • Trail 7 from Montaña Blanca to La Rambleta
    • The First section: Montaña Blanca – Teide Base
    • The Second section: Teide Base – Refugio de Altavista
    • The Third section: Refugio de Altavista Refuge – Teide peak
  • Trail 12 to the Pico Viejo viewpoint
  • Trail 11 to Mirador de la Fortaleza
  • Recommendations for the ascent to Teide Volcano
    • Climbing at over 2,000 meters a.s.l. in Tenerife
    • The routes of La Catedral and the Roques de García
  • How to get there:
    • By car:
    • By bus:
  • Where to stay

The volcano strata grow due to the overlapping lava layers in the course of successive eruptions. Over the last 20,000 years, most eruptions (Montaña Blanca, Pico Cabras, etc.) have occurred mainly around the base of Mount Teide because it is much more difficult for lava to reach a much higher peak.

According to the beliefs of the Canarian indigeneious peoples (Guanches), Guayota, the king of evil, aka the demon, lived inside Teide (hell) and kidnapped the god Magec (the god of light and sun) taking him inside Teide. The Guanches prayed Achaman, their supreme god, for mercy. Achaman managed to defeat Guayota, removed Magec from the bowels of Mount Teide and plugged the volcano’s crater. They say that the stopper Achaman put on is the last cone of the volcano, it is whitish in color and crowns Mount Teide.

Statues of Guanche kings Guize and Ayose on Fuerteventura, Canary Islands

In the ancient classical world, Mount Teide aroused great fascination. Thus, the Greek historian Herodotus mentioned Teide on two occasions: “The Atlantean is outstanding as a cylindrical figure. It is said that it is so high that its summit cannot be seen because it is always covered with clouds in winter and summer, and its inhabitants call it the Column of Heaven.” Herodotus’s other account reads as follows: “There is in those seas a mountain called Atlante, which is high, round and so eminent that its summit cannot be well discerned.”

In his work “Natural History”, Pliny the Elder, a Roman writer (AD 24-79), mentions the snow that King Juba and its envoys saw on the islands: “Cloud-covered Ninguaria which received this name for its perpetual snows.”

During the Renaissance, many historians and adventurers began to identify and relate the Atlantic islands with the remains of the Atlantis, and Mount Teide with Mount Atlas, the Canary Islands representing the highest parts of the lost sunken continent.

Due to its imposing altitude, during the time of the European expansion, El Teide was considered the highest mountain in the world, since it was used as a beacon in navigation through the Atlantic Ocean to the south by Spanish, Portuguese, and British sailors.

From the geomorphological point of view, Teide is a sheer wonder of nature. The structure of the caldera and the Teide-Pico Viejo stratovolcano are unique on the planet. The vicinity is also well-worth the visit. There are hundreds of cones, castings or caves that enrich scientific and landscape interest of the researchers. We need to add its wealth of fauna and flora to the mix, with a large number of Canarian endemics and unique species.

The Teide National Park was created in 1954 in recognition of its volcanic and biological uniqueness. It covers almost 19,000 hectares, which makes it the largest and oldest national park in the Canary Islands. It has a Peripheral Protection Zone, and is surrounded by the Corona Forestal Natural Park, which, with 46,612.9 hectares, is the largest protected natural area in the entire Canary Islands.

Touring the area, even by car, is a sight to behold. The landscape is overwhelming no matter where you look. To get to know it in greater depth, it’s best to go up one road and go down using another one. The greatest contrast occurs if you arrive either from the north or from the south. The snow of the peak together with the lava flows that spill down its slopes form a unique combination that you cannot help admiring.

Ascent to Teide

Some people decide to make the ascent to Teide in the fastest, easiest and most comfortable way, that is, taking the Teide Cableway (2,356 to 3,555 meters above sea level) and accessing the Telesforo Bravo trail (Teide peak) thanks to a previously requested permit. On the other hand, there are those who decide to hike up and enjoy Montaña Blanca trail, one of the most impressive trails on the island of Tenerife.

The Teide National Park is the most visited park in Europe (and one of the 10 most visited in the world) as well as the World Heritage Site since 2007. Its visit is totally mandatory during a trip to the island of Tenerife.

For many, Teide is an unknown volcano. Some even cannot fathom that it’s an active volcano. The proof are the numerous fumaroles and the strong smell of sulfur that is clearly smelt at the top of this mountain. Should you wish to get to its peak and find yourself for a few moments at the highest point in the country, there are some options to reach Teide.

Ascent to Teide by cableway

Teide is 3,715 meters above sea ​​level. At 2,356 meters a.s.l, there’s the Teide Cableway that rises from 2,356 m to 3,555 m in just 7 minutes.

During the ascent on the Teide cableway, you go along one side of the volcano enjoying magnificent views of the great Caldera de las Siete Cañadas and you are located just 163 meters below the highest point of the volcano, the crater or Pico del Teide. We recommend buying the cableway tickets in advance, if you choose to do it with an audio guide you will be able to roam freely along the path to the Mirador de Pico Viejo and the Mirador de La Fortaleza.

The Teide Cableway costs 13.5 EUR one way. It’s open from 9am to 5pm if the weather allows it, which happens most of the year. In case of strong winds and snow, it is closed to the public access for security reasons.

This option is very worthwhile for those who don’t want to spend a full day hiking on Teide volcano. You have different options of getting on and off the Teide Cableway, walking up and down the cableway, etc.

Hiking up to Teide peak is possible via trail number 10, the Telesforo Bravo trail. Normally, it takes about 35 minutes to do this walk. It’s a well-marked and short trail (less than 1 kilometer), however, the lack of oxygen is quickly noticeable (20% less at this altitude), thus if you have any issues with cardio-vasclular system, consult your doctor before going up.

Hike up to Teide on foot using the trails

Getting the permit issued by the Teide National Park management can be quite a challenge. Not because of the technical difficulty, but because there are many requests and not too much availability: only 200 permits are issued per day.

What can you do if you can’t get a permit? What are the alternatives to hike up Teide without a permit if you haven’t arrived on time to obtain the free permit that allows you to reach the top?

There are several options.

Please note it’s not possible to hike up Teide peak without a permit unless you spend the night in Refugio de Altavista, but there are alternative activities if, for whatever reason, you can’t get a permit to hike up Mount Teide on your own.

The following are some important viewpoints and trails within the National Park that will be mentioned with some frequency during the rest of the article:

  • Cableway base station, at 2,356 meters of altitude.
  • Cableway upper station, at 3,555 meters, also known as La Rambleta.
  • Pico del Teide (Teide peak), at 3,715 meters.
  • Trail 7 from Montaña Blanca to La Rambleta, which leads to the shelter Refugio de Altavista.
  • Trail 10 from Telesforo Bravo to the peak of Mount Teide, accessible only with permit or an overnight stay at the refuge.
  • Trail 11 to Mirador de la Fortaleza, with views of the north side of Tenerife.
  • Trail 12 to Mirador de Pico Viejo, with stunning views of the southern slope of the island.

Trail 7 from Montaña Blanca to La Rambleta

The start point of the hike to Teide is the trail of Montaña Blanca which offers more than a dozen parking spaces. The trail is very well signposted from the road with a sign that says Montaña Blanca and Refugio de Altavista.

The ascent walk to Mount Teide can be done over one morning if you ascend on foot and descend by cableway, for example. Or, you can start in the afternoon and stay overnight at Refugio de Altavista (located on Teide volcano) and thus ascend to the early morning peak to enjoy the sunrise.

Getting to Teide peak from the Montaña Blanca trail takes approximately four and a half hours.

The total length of the trail is 8.3 km with a maximum difference of 1,350 meters, so the difficulty of this trail is high.

The First section: Montaña Blanca – Teide Base

The first part of the walk or hike to Teide consists of walking along an almost flat path of approximately 5 kilometers.

The pumice stone is the highlight of the beautiful scenery. In some areas, it surrounds large accretion balls (the most famous of which are known as “Huevos del Teide”) in order to break the almost bleak monochromaticity of the soil.

This section is completed in about an hour and a half and during this part we can see the north of the island of Tenerife, the Izaña region (the Teide Observatory), and La Fortaleza. This walk is simple and the most comfortable part of the trail.

The Second section: Teide Base – Refugio de Altavista

A sign with a large map marks the beginning of trail number 7, known as La Rambleta.

Here is where the real ascent to Teide volcano begins.

The lack of oxygen is noticeable in this part of the trail due to the altitude, but the landscape is breathtaking.

Finally, we reach Refugio de Altavista, which is nothing more than a small high mountain house. It has a living room with a fireplace, kitchen, bathrooms and several shared rooms with bunk beds, everything is very simple and rustic.

From there, it’s possible to discover the constellations of late summer: Cassiopeia, Drago, Ursa Minor, Pegasus, the summer triangle, Escorpius, Sagittarius and some others if you know your astronomy well.

The Third section: Refugio de Altavista Refuge – Teide peak

There’s a trail behind the shelter that leads to the cableway. Located at 3,555 metres above sea level, the cableway trail ends in about 7 minutes, in the area of La Rambleta. From this point, there are only 163 meters left to reach the crater.

During this last section, the wind intensifies, you can smell the sulfur and your heart will probably beat faster.

If the weather is good enough, it’s possible to see all the islands of the Canary archipelago.

It takes about 3 hours to complete the ascent from Refugio de Altavista to the Teide peak.

Trail 12 to the Pico Viejo viewpoint

Of all the alternatives to hike Teide without a permit, this is without a doubt the most recommended.

The Pico Viejo trail starts from La Rambleta and ends at a viewpoint with views of the crater of Pico Viejo volcano. It takes 30 minutes and 751 meters to reach the point. It’s of medium difficulty.

The beauty of this journey is not only the end at the viewpoint, but the trail itself, which is one of the most beautiful viewpoints in Spain.

The Pico Viejo trail begins with panoramic views of the Caldera de las Cañadas, which today marks the limits of the Teide National Park. As you progress, you will find solid yellowish remains, a work of the gases expelled from the bowels of the volcano that is still active. There are fumaroles on the sides of the trail and other spectacular formations such as the famous Corbata del Teide or Roques de García.

After walking through tongues of lava along the path of great scenic and volcanological value, we arrive at the viewpoint from which you will see the peculiar crater of the Pico Viejo volcano.

It’s 800 meters in diameter and has a variety of unbelievable colours. The huge crater has experienced explosions of various materials coming to the land surface through different escape routes, the combination of these materials has resulted in what is today the incredible mantle of the Pico Viejo crater which offers one of the most spectacular views of Mount Teide.

There’s a chain of volcanoes in the background, the Teno massif and the islands of La Gomera, El Hierro and La Palma.

The return will be made by the same trail, and at the end you will have to go down to the cableway base station. If you decide to hike at sunset, you’ll see Gran Canaria with the shadow of Teide. The torrent of colors that will flood the scene will enchant you. If you are a fan of the sunsets, you cannot miss this one from the Pico Viejo viewpoint.

Trail 11 to Mirador de la Fortaleza

This route also departs from La Rambleta. It’s 25 minutes and 585 meters long.

It runs entirely through lava channels. It’s a different route that also goes through fumaroles and surprising volcanic formations. It ends at the viewpoint located above La Fortaleza, a large remnant isolated from the caldera wall.

In general, people do not suffer from altitude sickness in Teide, but you can experience some dizziness or minor headaches. That being said, keep in mind that this route to Teide reaches 3,715 meters above sea level, so in case of severe dizziness and vomiting you’ll have to descend immediately.

We also recommend that you check the weather forecast for the day you wish to hike Teide and avoid bad weather days (especially stormy weather).

If you don’t want to ascend and descend Teide on foot, you have the option of doing one part on foot and the other by the Teide cableway. Keep in mind that the Montaña Blanca trail does not start at the same point where the Teide Cableway is located (which is 3 km away).

If you want to access the Pico del Teide from 9 a.m. in the morning, you will have to get the permit to access it.

Climbing at over 2,000 meters a.

s.l. in Tenerife

The Canary Islands may not have the most vertical walls or menacing cliffs, but climbing in the impressive natural setting of Las Cañadas, in the Teide National Park, next to the highest peak in Spain, is a unique experience that is lived at more than 2,000 meters of altitude. Its spectacular volcanic formations hide numerous areas of great interest. One of the most popular is the Cañada del Capricho, with itineraries equipped for sports and block events.

The routes of La Catedral and the Roques de García

One of the walls preferred by climbers where climbing is authorized without limitations is Roque La Catedral, an impressive volcanic rock. With a maximum height of 120 meters, it groups together quite a few routes on its west side, although those on the north side are the ones with the greatest challenge. This rock formation is part of the Roques de García, one of the most visited places in the Teide National Park, with amazing views of the Ucanca plain and great geological wealth.

How to get there:

Access to the Cañada del Capricho. Once in the Teide National Park, you have to get to the parador and leave your car in the adjacent parking lot. Go to trail number 4 (Siete Cañadas). After several minutes you come to a track. Take a left until you can see the guardhouse of the park.

Access to the Roque of La Catedral. Pass the parador and park a little farther ahead, on the right-hand side. Go in the direction of the viewpoint, from where you can see the Cathedral, and take the path that leads directly to it.

By car:

TF-38 Boca Tauce-Chio: It’s only a 52 km drive and along the road, you can enjoy the Chinyero volcano responsible for Tenerife’s last volcanic eruption in 1909.

From the south, TF-21, via Arona and Vilaflor: It’s only a 47 km drive and you can make an en-route stop to visit the highest town in Spain.

From the north, TF-24 La Laguna-El Portillo, via La Esperanza. This is the longest route, between 55 and 64 km, but it’s also the ideal route to witness the phenomenon known as the ‘sea of clouds’.

From the north, TF-21 La Orotava-Granadilla, via La Orotava: it’s only a 45 km drive. You can stop off and stroll around La Orotava, a lovely historic town, while enjoying the 17th and 18th century Canary Island architecture.

By bus:

348 line, from Puerto de la Cruz 342 line, from Adeje

Where to stay

Teide National Park:

  • Refugio de Altavista. In the Altavista Refuge there are vending machines with the basics (water, coffee, soft drinks and chocolate). As expected, the prices are quite high (3 EUR per half a liter of water). Please note the water in the Teide refuge is NOT drinkable. Arrivals after 22:00 are not allowed. The bathrooms and kitchen open at 5:00 p.m. and the shared rooms at 7:00 p.m. and available till 10:00 p.m., while the check-out time is at 7:30 a.m. and it’s not possible to stay in the facilities later. And you should start your ascent to Teide no later than 9 a.m.
  • Parador de las Cañadas del Teide: https://www. parador.es/es/paradores/parador-de-las-canadas-del-teide

Vilaflor:

Vilaflor de Chasna is an essentially rural municipality located on the hillsides of southern Tenerife. It covers an area of 56.26 sq.km. and stands 1,500 m above sea level, making it one of the highest towns in Spain. It borders La Orotava, Arona, Granadilla de Abona, San Miguel and Adeje. Its scenic value is undeniable, and its economy relies significantly on potato crops, vineyards and almond groves thanks to the quality of its soils and the abundance of good water.

Ever since the 16th century, Vilaflor de Chasna has welcomed visitors who arrived along the Royal Road of Chasna drawn by the town’s proximity to Mount Teide and its pleasant climate, making it popular among botanists, scientists and also people with ailments looking to recover in this peaceful environment. After a long day of hiking, you might want to relax in the Hotel Spa Villalba.

What You Must Know About Teide National Park, Tenerife

Surreal scenes in Teide National Park © Kirsten Henton

Kirsten Henton

9 February 2017

You already know about the sun, the sea, and the sand, but have you explored Tenerife’s true gem at the heart of the island, Teide National Park? In a previous article, we looked at the top things to do in Tenerife, and called the park a must see that plays a vital role in local identity and pride, but now it’s time to dig a little deeper to share some of the wonderful things you can do up high when you visit Tenerife, no matter what time of year it is.

Teide National Park ticks many boxes: not only is it one of Spain’s oldest national parks, but it’s also the most visited with close to three million people exploring its near 19,000 hectares each year. It’s home to Spain’s highest peak (Mount Teide), one of the 12 Treasures of Spain, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site as of 2007, which simply cemented its status as one of the most revered attractions in the Canary Islands.

The park is as much a geologist’s dream as a statistician’s one, with so much to get excited about, from the snoozing giant volcano that is Mount Teide and its hardened lava flows, to the crazy rock formations and bizarre, alien-like landscape. The last major eruption occurred in the park in 1909, and as Mount Teide occasionally still puffs out the odd bit of steam and sulphur, it’s by no means dead and buried, merely biding its time; time that you can use to get out and about in the diverse scenery, be it above the clouds watching the sunset or treading amongst the robust, richly scented pine forests.

Walking in the national park, Tenerife | © Kirsten Henton

Tenerife is well stocked with companies offering tours, transport (public or private), and gear, which makes exploring the Teide National Park easier than ever before, no matter where you’re staying on the island. You’re likely to find a wider selection of facilities and operators in the south, as this is the more popular side for holidaymakers but you shouldn’t struggle if you’re based in the north.

An obvious choice but for a good reason, the cable car ride up the mountain gives you spectacular views without any effort, as its whisks you to the top in a mere eight-minute ascent. You emerge onto a platform with a loose-stone path that leads you round the curve of the mountain peak.

You can take the car up at any time between 9am and 4pm, while special evening tours can be booked through the park authority to make the most of the view at sunset, as you enjoy a glass of fizz and a local Canarian dinner (which are included). It’s worth remembering that as a massive mountain the altitude can be an issue, so anyone with any heart problems, respiratory issues, or who is heavily pregnant is generally deterred from hitting the summit.

Pro tip: pack layers and good walking shoes! No matter how warm and sunny it appears, the higher you climb the colder it gets, and standing at over 3,000 metres, the peak of Mount Teide is one chilly place if you’re wearing only a t-shirt. Think jumpers, coat, gloves, a hat and, of course, your camera.

The cable car, Teide National Park | © Kirsten Henton

Tenerife is understandably proud of its trademark clear skies (the odd cloudy evening and full moon glare aside), and there’s nowhere better (in Europe, it’s said) to peer through a telescope and see sparkling stars, planets, and galaxies than in the national park, away from any light pollution. Various companies offer stargazing sessions in the national park, such as the official mountain guides and independent pros like Astro Amigos and Teide Astro. If you’re truly into your stars, the Tenerife Observatory also makes for a fascinating trip, and offers guided tours which you can book in advance.

Sunset from Mount Teide | © Kirsten Henton

Whether you’re after a short stroll, easy hike or more intense climb, there are routes and trails for all abilities in Teide National Park. The landscape varies depending on your altitude as it gradually gets arid, less green, and more volcanic in nature the higher you go. For a delightful taste of what the park has to offer make sure you visit the crater at Samara; offering a gentle path passing lava flows with views across to neighbouring La Gomera. It’s a round route that takes around an hour and a half to two hours depending on your speed.

For something a little more challenging, why not tackle Mount Teide? It’s a demanding climb that takes roughly six hours, but the views are worth it and you can always hop on the cable car to get back down.

Lava flows with Mount Teide in the background | © Kirsten Henton

Los Roques de Garcia run from north to south along the main caldera in Teide National Park, some 2,000 metres above sea level yet roughly 1,700 metres below the top of Mount Teide. Roque Cinchado is the most famous and recognisable of the formations, having been eroded into an almost inconceivable shape, perched in the plain below Mount Teide. Ogle in awe and light up your Instagram with snaps of this seemingly impossible natural sculpture park.

Sculptures of Roques de Gracia | © El Coleccionista de Instantes Fotografía & Video/Flickr

Whether you’re familiar with the necessary run and jump of paragliding or a complete novice, taking a leap in Teide National Park is something you won’t forget. Paragliding is hugely popular in Tenerife with more than 40 launch sites and an ample selection of clubs offering the gear, advice, and guidance.

If it seems a little daunting, opt for a tandem jump which sees you strapped to an instructor who takes care of the business side of things while you simply enjoy the ride. A fabulous route is from Izana, in the northeast of the national park near the observatory, down to Puerto de la Cruz in the north of the island in 30 minutes.

Flying through the park | © Turismo de Tenerife

Tenerife enjoys stable weather with plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures that vary marginally from January to December. This makes it popular and accessible all year round, so deciding when to go comes down to precisely what type of weather you like. For the most sun and highest temperatures, aim for summer, while winter offers warm days and cool evenings, with plenty of sunshine, possibly even some snow up Mount Teide.
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Climbing to the top of Teide Volcano is an adventure that everyone must experience at least once in their life. Its incredible lunar landscapes will really make you feel like you’re on another planet. But before you go…

What do you know about one of the most popular excursions in Tenerife? When I first went to the Teide National Park, I was not aware of many rules and regulations, which didn’t allow me to experience this adventure at its fullest. And that’s precisely why I want to share some of the information which I’m sure will make your trip to the Teide Volcano more enjoyable.

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General Information about the Teide Volcano

  • First of all, know that climbing to the top of the volcano must not be your number one priority. What I mean here is that the Teide Volcano covers a huge area and since each corner of the national park has a big value, even if you don’t take the cable car or hike up to the peak you’ll still be able to experience some of the most beautiful landscapes in Tenerife. Reaching the peak is not mandatory so don’t only focus on it; decide what is most convenient for you without being fixated on reaching the peak.
  • Due to its volcanic and biological uniqueness, it was declared a national park in 1954, and it was given World Heritage Site status in 2007. In 2014, it became the first World Heritage Site to be designated as a ‘Starlight Destination’ owing to the quality of its sky for astronomical observation.
  • Teide National Park receives an average of 3.5 million visitors per year. With this number of travellers each year, Teide National Park is one of the most visited national parks in all of Europe.
  • There are a number of ways to get to Teide National Park in Tenerife. Among them driving your own car, taking a private bus tour excursion, or doing a quad biking experience are the best choices. You can bookTeide half day Tourand Teide Quad Biking tour from any of the tourist areas in Tenerife.
  • There are two options for ascending Mount Teide: First, by cable car, travelling from the base station at an altitude of 2,356 m to the top station, known as La Rambleta, at 3,555 m. The second option is to hike via Montaña Blanca (trail number 7). Given the limited time on the island, the cable car is the option that most visitors normally choose.

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  • With an altitude of 3,718-meter (12,198 ft.), Mount Teide is the highest point in Spain.
  • If measured from the ocean floor, its height of 7,500 m (24,600 ft) makes Teide the third-highest volcano in the world.
  • The trail that connects the Rambleta station (Top Station) to the peak of the volcano is number 10. It’s named “Telesforo Bravo,” and the hike takes about an hour. Around the Teide National Park, there are so many other hiking options than just number 10 to the summit. In fact, there are 37 officially designated trails in the park covering nearly 400 kilometres of ground.
  • The volcano is still active, and the last eruption took place in November 1909. If you take the Teide Cable car to the Rambleta station, then you will even be able to see, in a few areas, a little bit of smoke coming out from the rocks. Now, I had already been to the Krafla Volcano in Iceland where the smoke emitting from the ground was spectacular. When I walked along the lava field there, I felt like I was in Dante’s “Inferno.” Because of that, I was not that impressed by seeing just a little bit of smoke here and there at the Teide Mount. But if it is your first time seeing a volcano, then undoubtedly you will enjoy it.

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  • At an altitude of 3,260 metres on the Teide Volcano there is a place to stay: The Altavista Refuge. It has three dormitory-style bedrooms with a total capacity of fifty-four people, along with toilets without a shower, it has a small kitchen, storage rooms, and a first aid room. Stays are limited to one night with a prior online reservation. There isn’t a restaurant here, just some vending machines, so you’ll want to bring water and food. Staying at the Altavista Refuge at the Teide Volcano is definitely a great option for watching the sunrise and sunset from the summit. If you stay at Altavista, you’ll be able to get to the peak of Mount Teide before 9:00 am, and you can access the area without applying for a permit. Just be sure to leave the summit before 9:00 am. The Altavista Refuge is currently closed due to Covid.
  • Mount Teide has the world’s largest cone-shaped shadow. One fascinating event that happens twice a day, at sunrise and sunset, around Mount Teide is the magnificent triangle-shaped shadow in the area around the mountain. To observe this spectacular occurrence, you will have to be on the highest point of the Island. The shadow cast is so huge extending hundreds of miles into the Atlantic Ocean. This is said to be the world’s largest shadow over the sea.
  • Mount Teide can be explored also during the night. Check out the excursions here. I highly recommend this evening with a difference in a unique setting!
  • Although El Teide is the best known on the island, there are more than 200 volcanoes in Tenerife.

Teide Cable Car Information

  • Children under 3 are not permitted to take the cable car.
  • Cable car base station is at an altitude of 2,356 metres.
  • Cable car upper station is at 3,555 metres, and it’s also known as La Rambleta station.
  • Teide Peak is at 3,718 metres.

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  • The cable car ride from the base station to the Rambleta Station takes 7 minutes. Meanwhile the Montaña Blanca trail is around 9 km long and it takes between 6 and 7 hours of hiking.
  • Teide cable car doesn’t take you to the top of the crater; it takes you nearly to the summit, to the altitude of 3550m (11650 ft).
  • People with heart problems, asthmatics, and pregnant women are not allowed to ascend by cable car up to 3550m because the high altitude is said to aggravate their health conditions. When I visited the Teide National Park with my father, we decided to stay at the Roques De Garcia area, and it was one of my most beautiful trekking experiences in Tenerife.
  • Persons of reduced mobility or special needs may not ascend by cable car: if the service is interrupted unexpectedly, people at the top station will be required to descend by foot along very steep terrain.
  • The Teide cable car can be closed without any notice in the case of strong wind or heavy snow on the summit.

If you want to go up the volcano by cable car, I recommend booking your ticket in advance here.

Rules and Regulations at the Teide Volcano

  • Only one hour stay is allowed at the Rambleta Station. Now, never ever forget this point because if you exceed this defined time, you may be asked to pay to descend again. Considering that the cable car ticket doesn’t have a small priced, this could be very annoying.
  • Drone flying is not allowed in the whole area of the Teide National Park. Professionals like film makers, television, and people linked to video and photographic activities must obtain authorisation at least 15 working days prior to the start of filming. In addition to the application properly filled in and signed, they also need to add a photocopy of the ID, passport, or resident card of the person applying for the permit.
  • Once you are at the Rambleta station, if you want to reach the top of Teide volcano, you’ll have to complete the remaining 530 feet or so on foot. Remember that if you want to hike up to the crater you need special permission which should be obtained online ahead of time from the Reservas de Parques Nacionales website. The permit to climb to the peak of Teide is FREE, meaning there is no cost to be paid, but the registration with date and time is mandatory. The permit cannot be issued on site for any reason. Also know that the number of daily permits to access Teide crater is limited and it is necessary to apply for it at least two months in advance if you want to make sure to obtain one.
  • For conservation and security reasons, access to the crater (trail number 10, known as the Telesforo Bravo path) is restricted to a maximum of 200 people per day. Out of the 200 online permits that the National Park provides each day, some are reserved for the National Park’s official guides.
  • In order to better control the groups using the cable car and the trail NUMBER 10, the day has been split into two-hour periods in which the trail can be used. Visitors must choose the period in which they will use the trail. These periods are:

– From 9:00 to 11:00 AM.

– From 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM.

– From 1:00 to 3:00 PM.

– From 3:00 to 5:00 PM (if you choose this period, keep in mind that the last cabins of the Teide Cableway come down around 4:30 PM and sometimes earlier, especially in winter).

  • If you have the permit to reach the crater, the maximum amount of time for being at the top (between the upper station, the trail and the peak) is 2 hours.
  • During your visit to the Teide National Park, you are asked to remain in the demarcated areas. In case of emergency, Teide National Park rescues with a helicopter. If you are found in the indicated trail zone, then the assistance will be given free of charge. But if you are out of the demarcated areas then you will be asked to pay for the service. Which, I assure, doesn’t come cheap.
  • Taking home a piece of Teide volcanic rock could actually be constituted as an environmental crime since it is considered damaging to the island’s beautiful landscape, so don’t be tempted!

What you don’t want to forget for exploring the Teide Volcano

  • Wear sunglasses to protect yourself from strong sunlight in both winter and summer. Luminosity at such an altitude is elevated.
  • Wear suitable footwear for walking over rocky terrain. The surface of the upper station trails is irregular.
  • Wear warm clothing. Although it may be very sunny at the beach, weather at an altitude of 3 555 m may surprise you. We recommend carrying a jacket.
  • Wear a hat.
  • Use sunblock to prevent sunburn.
  • Don’t forget to bring enough water.
  • Take some food with you.

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Mount Teide – the highest mountain in Spain

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The Teide volcano is the main symbol of the island of Tenerife. The majestically towering peak of the volcano can be seen from anywhere on the island. During our third trip to the Canary Islands, we decided to go to the foot of the volcano. We tell you about our experiences.

Brief information about the Teide volcano

First, I would like to tell you a little about the Teide volcano, which holds the record in many ways.

  • Teide is 3,718 meters high, making it the highest point in Spain and the islands in the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Teide is an active volcano that last erupted in 1909.
  • The first Europeans to climb the Teide were the British in the middle of the 17th century.
  • The volcano and its surroundings form the 19,000-hectare Teide National Park, which is under the protection of UNESCO.
  • The volcano is visited annually by 3 million tourists.
  • The average temperature in the vicinity of the volcano during the year is about +4 °С in January and +19 °С in August.
  • The Teide National Park contains, among others, endemic plant and animal species.

Teide was once a sacred mountain for the Guanches who inhabited the Canary Islands. There were many legends around the volcano, as well as around Mount Olympus in ancient Greece. According to the beliefs of the Guanches, Teide held the sky, and was home to the evil demon Guayot. The locals were convinced of the strength of the volcano by the fact that Teide kept the rains in the north of the island and prevented them from flooding the sunny south.

Teide’s bizarre rock formations and landscapes attract screenwriters from all over the world. The lunar landscapes of Teide have become a platform for many films – “Clash of the Titans”, “Doctor Who”, “Fast and Furious 6”. Sports events are held here, for example, a triathlon, which includes a 1.9 km swim, a 90 km bike ride and a half marathon on the slopes of the volcano.

About our trip to the Teide volcano

You can go to the Teide volcano from the south of the island of Tenerife on your own by bus or in a rented car, or as part of an organized excursion. There were four of us, so it was decided to book a car for 2 days. We rented an Opel Mokka car.

We booked 1 day to visit Teide, the town of La Orotava and a large city in the north of the island of Puerto de la Cruz. The road to Teide by car on the TF-38 road took about 1 hour. There is also a straight road TF-51, but it winds a lot. At the entrance to the Teide, we stopped at several viewing platforms.

Landscapes were rapidly changing around us – it would seem that we had just been on the ocean shore, and now we are driving through a dense strip of pines, and later – through a desert with rare heather bushes and bizarrely shaped stones.

After passing several viewing platforms, we arrived at the departure station of the funicular to Peak Teide, located at an altitude of 2,356 meters. This is where the tour buses arrive. Already at this altitude it becomes difficult to breathe, and the air is thinner. From a height of 2,356 meters, you can climb almost to the top of the Teide – to a height of 3,555 meters. On the peak itself, which is still 200 meters up, small groups are allowed only with prior permission. The funicular ride lasts 8 minutes and costs 27 Euros round trip.

Hikers can climb up to 3,555 meters on foot – there are several trails, but the climb will take at least 5 hours. They say that in clear weather, from the top of the volcano, you can see almost all the Canary Islands, except for the island of Fuerteventura and a few other islands.

We decided not to climb the very top of the volcano, because not everyone in our team was comfortable from the height difference. We were content to visit several viewing platforms. Among them was the main attraction of the Teide National Park – a rock formation called the “Finger of God”. In this place, people like to take selfies, which include both the volcano and the finger itself.

We also couldn’t resist taking a photo against this background.

Not far from one of the observation decks there is a cafe with souvenirs and a toilet. However, I do not recommend buying souvenirs in it: you can buy all the same crafts made of volcanic stone in any souvenir shop on the island, but at a price of 2 or even 3 times less. We learned this from our own experience when we bought a souvenir calendar in the Teide shop for 6.5 Euros, which cost only 2.5 Euros elsewhere.

There is a large observatory in the foothills of the Teide. The observatory appeared here for a reason – the fact is that the Canary Islands are one of the best places in the world for observing the stars and the Milky Way. Some of the best photos of the night sky were taken right here – at the peak of Teide. In the national park there is a 3-star Parador de Cañadas del Teide hotel, where you can rent a double room for a price of 105 Euro and enjoy the night sky in this area.

Our way back passed through the famous Martian landscapes – the terrain as if from another planet, literally scorched by the scorching sun. There is no vegetation here at all – there are stones, rocks and yellow earth all around.

After that, we went to lunch in the cute town of La Orotava, which I will tell you about in one of the following posts. The path passed through a thick strip of fog.

Whether or not you should visit Teide is up to you. I would say that such a trip will be interesting for lovers of hiking, mountains and beautiful selfies. A trip to the Teide will pleasantly diversify your leisure time in Tenerife – it’s not all the time to lie on the beach, right? Plus, the views are worth it!

A few practical tips for those who have gathered on the Teide

  1. When traveling to the volcano, all guides recommend stocking up with warm clothes – strong wind blows at altitude, and walking in shorts is uncomfortable. Therefore, tourists here go in jeans and warm jackets, regardless of the time of year.
  2. It is best to rent a car in advance via the Internet (the season in Tenerife lasts all year round, and there are always a lot of tourists!).
  3. The Teide is served by a TITSA intercity bus. From the south of the island (Playa de las Americas with a stop in Los Cristianos) – bus number 342, departure at 09:15, return flight at 15:30. From the north of the island (Puerto de la Cruz) – bus number 348, departure at 09:15, return flight at 16:00.
  4. If you don’t want to make your own travel itinerary on the Teide, book an interesting individual excursion with a guide in Russian who will think of everything for you. Night excursions on Teide are very popular, when the volcano can be viewed in the light of the stars.
  5. If you feel bad on winding roads (serpentine), I recommend taking pills for motion sickness beforehand.

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The height of the mountain is quite accurately measured and is three thousand seven hundred and eighteen meters, or twelve thousand one hundred and ninety-eight feet. The most favorable months for an expedition to the summit are January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December. Climbing such a peak as Teide is available to anyone and for this he does not need any special physical or technical training. For a successful climb, you will need a thermos and sandwiches rather than technical skills or equipment. A difficult route can be found on any mountain – do not neglect safety considerations. 909. There is still volcanic activity on top of the mountain, like the overwhelming smell of sulfur dioxide and other gases. The volcano dominates the whole panorama of Tenerife and the neighboring islands. The summit is easily accessible by cable car. For safety reasons the footpath up to the summit is sometimes closed.Additional Information provided by J. Vranjes: El Teide (3718 m) is the highest Spanish mountain, located on Tenerife, one of Canarian Islands. The mountain is a dormant volcano and a national park, so going to the summit requires a permit that is free of charge and can be obtained through the Internet as well (see the link below for details). El Teide can be conveniently approached from the north, from Puerto de la Cruz. It is a 40 kilometers drive up through a beautiful pine forests and then over a large flat plateau (volcanic crater) at an altitude of about 2000-2200 m. The car parking from which the route starts is at around 2200 m. Also available is a regular bus transportation from Puerto de la Cruz to hotel Parador.The lower part of the route is a pleasant wide road through a volcanic landscape, for about 90 minutes. After that it is a much steeper foot path zigzagging towards the refuge Altavista at 3260 m. After the refuge the route goes through large lava rocks, yet the path is well maintained and unproblematic. At around 3500 m the route splits into two, the one going to the right is the old route, while the left one goes towards ‘teleferico’ (lift), passing the ranger post where the permits are checked, and then to the summit. Gear: good walking shoes. Accommodation: hotel Parador at around 2200 m, refuge Altavista.

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The highest mountain in Spain, the Colossus of the Canaries

La the highest mountain in Spain Curiously, it is located outside the Iberian Peninsula. It’s about Teide , located in the Canary Islands Tenerife , colossus 3718 meters altitude. It forms a natural park declared a World Heritage Site.

True, the island peak is followed by Mulhacen at a short distance, with its 3478 meters above sea level. Located in the Sierra Nevada, it is the highest mountain in the Latin American peninsula. And then we have Aneto , in the Aragonese Pyrenees and from 3408. To find the fourth highest mountain spur, you need to go back to the Sierra Nevada, because it is Peak Veleta , which already drops to 3398 meters above sea level . But in this article, we will talk with you about the highest mountain in Spain.

Index

  • 1 A little story Teide
  • 2 Mythology around Teide
  • 3 Flora and the Fauna of the highest mountain of Spain
  • 4 Case
    • 4. 1 Other routes on Teide

a little history of Taida from the stages of the formation of Teide

The first thing we have to tell you is that Teide is not a mountain in the strict sense, but a volcano . About fifteen million years ago, there was another one on the island of Tenerife, even larger than the present one, but it disappeared. This circumstance could be caused by its separation and subsequent fall into the sea or the collapse of the entire territory, causing its flooding.

These are the two hypotheses that are being processed, but using either of them Cañadas del Teide . Subsequently, new eruptions gave rise to the current mountain. The resulting territory is composed of basalt-type materials, although salic materials predominate in its upper layers. There are also deposits of pyroclastic pumice.

This geological composition is largely responsible for the fact that the Teide, when there is no snow on it, changes its color from afar. At sunset, it is reddish, and the rest of the day it is beige, gray and even bluish.

Mythology around the Teide

Teide shadow phenomenon

Like other great mountains of the world, the Canaries have been a source of mythological beliefs since ancient times. For the Guanches, it was holy mountain from which, by the way, obsidian was obtained. According to their beliefs, Guayota , the spirit of Evil, lived inside the volcano.

For this reason, many remains of local artifacts have been found in its caves. The Guanches left them as offerings to counteract the power of the aforementioned spirit. However, other theories suggest that the mountain was considered by them rather axis of the world . This is the name in mythology of places that are considered the axis of the world or the points of confluence of different levels of the universe.

The Canarian colossus also fascinated the authors of classical antiquity. Greek Herodotus I called him Atlas and Roman Pliny the Elder I spoke of the snows Ninguaria , the name given to the island of Tenerife. Already in the Renaissance, many wanted to see the remains of the legendary Atlantis in the Canary Islands and Teide as the mountain that Poseidon gave to Atlas.

Already in the XNUMXth century, the highest mountain in Spain began to be considered using scientific criteria. However, the authors of Julio Verne continued to invent stories about him. In any case, the first documented ascent to the summit belongs to the Italians. Prosper Casola y Leonardo Torreni B 1588.

On the other hand, if we are talking about curiosities, we must refer to shadow phenomenon . It was first described by other climbers who climbed to the top – the British Philips Ward and John Weber , which they did around 1650. It consists of the Teide, which casts the world’s largest shadow projected onto the sea. It is so large that it partially covers the island Gran Canaria or one La Gomera , depending on the time of day. As if this is not enough, although the mountain is not quite triangular, but the shadow from it. In any case, the truth is that this phenomenon is unique in the world.

Flora and fauna of the highest mountain in Spain

Red Tajinaste in the highest mountain in Spain

The entire Teide National Park is one of the most outstanding natural spaces in the world due to the huge number of endemic species of fauna and flora that has. As you know, endemism is a subspecies that exists in only one region of the planet.

As for them, there are about fifty-eight in the flora. They highlight Violet Teide , el
Silver Thistle , el
red tagine , el
guanche rosebush or rabbit grass and several species of moss and borriz. Some of them are endangered. For this reason, the authorities of the Canary Islands are taking various actions to preserve them.

In terms of fauna, about seventy species are also endemic to the area. They are represented by eared bat y el
lizard Tizon . But others introduced later are also very numerous, such as the Mauritanian hedgehog, the rabbit and the mouflon. It is the latter that poses a threat to the aforementioned rabbit grass, as it is included in its diet. Along with them, many other species live in the park, such as the hoopoe or long-eared owl among birds, the common perenken among lizards, or the wild snowcat among mammals.

Climbing the Teide

Teide Cable Car

Curiously, despite its height, climbing Spain’s highest mountain is not difficult. In fact, there is a cable car here that reaches a height of 3555 meters. Then you must follow the number ten hiking trail, also known as Telesforo Bravo trail which will take you straight to the crater of the volcano.

This route seems easy as it is only about six hundred and fifty meters long, but it goes up. The fall is 163 meters and takes about forty minutes. However, it is this difference in altitude and the lack of oxygen that make climbing difficult. However, if you consider yourself an experienced climber, you can walk the route on foot from the base. In this case, the route follows White Mountain Trail .

Any option is good. The choice of one or the other depends on your abilities. Another thing is the permissions problem . You will need one to get to the top, as access is limited to two hundred people a day. In addition, there is a two-month waiting list. In other words, if you plan to climb in September, for example, you will have to apply for permission in July.

You have two options to request it. The first is through the National Parks website. Instead, the second one goes through a guided tour. For the latter, you will only need to hire an accredited company. She will take care of the permissions.

However, if you spend the night at Altavista shelter , which we’ll talk about later, and you get up before 9 am, you won’t need a permit to climb the Teide.

Other routes on the Teide

Altavista shelter on the Teide

On the other hand, other routes can be reached from the cable car. As an example, we will describe two of them. The first number is eleven or in terms of fortress . It heads northwest and shows the most perfect slope of the volcanic cone. This one is on the left and on the other side you can see Montaña Blanca and remnants of old castings. But most importantly, when you get to the observation deck that gave it its name, you will have a breathtaking view of the entire northern part of the island of Tenerife. You will also see Orotava Valley and chord Anaga Massif .

Second route number twelve or from the observation deck of Pico Viejo . It will take you to the western slope of Mount Pylon, from where you can enjoy an impressive view of the crater Mount Chahorra (or Pico Viejo) eight hundred meters in diameter. Also in this case you will appreciate the southern slope of the island, from Mount Guajara , los
Cliffs of Garcia and even on the plain impressive Flowery pine forest y La Gomera .

Finally, on route number seven, you have Altavista Shelter , which we have already quoted to you. It is the only one on the Teide and consists of two buildings. It has three shared bedrooms that can accommodate fifty-four people. The beds are equipped with matching clothes so you don’t need a sleeping bag.

It also offers you other amenities such as living room, dining room, kitchen and even an infirmary. The whole complex is equipped with heating and toilets, although it does not have a shower.

The shelter was built in 1892, although it was completely renovated in 2007. It also has hot drinks, water and soft drinks, but you will need to bring your own groceries. However, as we told you, he has a kitchen to heat him up. The stay is limited to one night. But you will enjoy a beautiful view of the Canary sky.

In conclusion, we have told you about the highest mountain in Spain . We’ve also explained everything you need to know to climb to the top. However, since you are on the island of Tenerife, we would like to advise you to visit the other attractions it has to offer. Among them are the capital, Santa Cruz , but also the tourist Puerto de la Cruz , the rural Masca , the Parque del Teno and the historical San Cristobal de la Laguna y Orotava . Don’t you want to get to know this colossus of rock and the cities that surround it?

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This 3D panoramic view of Mount Teide was created using SRTM data (160% height).

Teide or Mount Teide (Spanish: El Teide, Pico del Teide , pronounced [ˈpiko ðel ˈtejðe], “Teide Peak”) is a volcano in Tenerife, in the Canary Islands. Its peak (3718 m (12 198 feet)) is the highest point in Spain and the highest point above sea level in the islands of the Atlantic Ocean.

Measured from the ocean floor, its 7,500 m (24,600 ft) height makes Teide the world’s fourth tallest volcano, and is described by UNESCO and NASA as the Earth’s third tallest volcanic structure. However, since Teide was formed only 170,000 years ago due to volcanic activity after a catastrophic landslide, Teide’s base is actually located in the crater of Las Cañadas (the remains of an older, eroded, extinct volcano) at an altitude of about 2190 m (7 190 m). feet) above sea level. The height of Teide above sea level makes Tenerife the tenth highest island in the world. Teide is an active volcano: its last eruption occurred in 1909 from the El Chinyero vent in the northwest of the Santiago Fault. The United Nations Committee on Disaster Mitigation named Teide a Decade Volcano due to its history of destructive eruptions and proximity to several major cities, of which Garachico, Icod de los Vinos and Puerto de la Cruz are the closest. Teide, Pico Viejo and Montaña Blanca form the central volcanic complex of Tenerife.

The volcano and its surroundings make up the Teide National Park, which covers an area of ​​18,900 hectares (47,000 acres) and was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2007. Teide is the most visited natural wonder of Spain, the most visited national park in Spain. and Europe and – by 2015 – the eighth most visited in the world, with about 3 million visitors annually. In 2016, it was visited by 4,079,823 visitors and tourists, which was a historical record. The Teide Observatory, a major international astronomical observatory, is located on the slopes of the mountain.

CONTENT

  • 1 Name and legends
  • 2 Formation

    • 2. 1 Stage one
    • 2.2 Second and third stages
    • 2.3 Fourth stage
    • 2.4 Fifth stage
  • 3 Historical eruptions
  • 4 Possible eruptions
  • 5 major ascents
  • 6 Flora and fauna
  • 7 Shade of Teide
  • 8 Scientific use
  • 9 Access
  • 10 Astronomical Observatory
  • 11 Symbol
  • 12 Mountain of the Moon
  • 13 See also
  • 14 Notes
  • 15 Links
  • 16 External links

Name and legends

Before the Spanish colonization of Tenerife in 1496, the indigenous Guanches named a powerful figure who lived in a volcano that brought light, power and the sun. El Pico del Teide is the modern Spanish name.

Teide was a sacred mountain for the indigenous Guanches, so it was considered a mythological mountain, like Mount Olympus for the ancient Greeks. According to legend, Guayota (the devil) kidnapped Magek (the god of light and sun) and imprisoned him inside a volcano, plunging the world into darkness. The Guanches asked their supreme god Achaman for mercy, so Achaman fought Guayota, freed Magek from the bowels of the mountain and plugged the crater with Guaiota. Guayota is said to have remained locked inside the Teide ever since. Going to the Teide during an eruption, the Guanches used to light fires to scare Guayota. Guayota is often represented as a black dog accompanied by his host of demons (Tibicenas).

The Guanches also believed that Teide supports the sky. Many caches found in the mountains contain the remains of stone tools and pottery. They have been interpreted as ritual deposits to counter the influence of evil spirits, such as those made by the Kabylie Berbers. The Guanches believed that the mountain was the place where the forces of evil and the most evil figure, Guayota, lived.

Guayota has features similar to other powerful deities that inhabit volcanoes, such as the goddess Pele from Hawaiian mythology, who lives in the Kilauea volcano and is believed by the native Hawaiians to be responsible for the volcano’s eruptions. The same was true for the ancient Greeks and Romans, who believed that Vulcano and Mount Etna were the chimneys of the foundry of the fire god Hephaestus (Vulcan in Latin).

In 1492, when Christopher Columbus arrived on the island of Tenerife, his team claimed to have seen flames emanating from the island’s highest mountain (Teide).

Formation

Synthetic aperture radar image of Tenerife with marked volcanic masses.

Summary diagram of the formation of Tenerife to the present volcano Teide

The stratovolcano Teide and Pico Viejo (Old Peak, although it is actually younger than Teide) are the most recent centers of activity on the volcanic island of Tenerife, which is the largest (2058 km 2 or 795 sq mi) and the highest (3715 m or 12,188 ft) island in the Canaries. It has a complex volcanic history. The formation of the island and the development of the active volcano Teide took place in five stages, shown in the diagram on the right.

Phase one

Like the other Canary Islands and the islands of the volcanic ocean in general, Tenerife was built as a result of the formation of three large shield volcanoes that formed in a relatively short period. This early shield volcanism formed much of the emerging part of Tenerife. Shield volcanoes date from the Miocene and early Pliocene and are preserved in three isolated and deeply eroded massifs: Anaga (to the northeast), Teno (to the northwest), and Roque del Conde (to the south). Obviously, each shield was built in less than three million years, and the entire island in about eight million years.

Second and third stages

The initial juvenile stage was followed by a period of eruptive dormancy and erosion lasting 2–3 million years. This shutdown is typical of the Canary Islands; La Gomera, for example, is now at this stage. After this period of calm, volcanic activity concentrated in two large structures: the central volcano Las Cañadas and the Anaga massif. The Las Cañadas volcano formed over the Miocene shield volcanoes and may have been 40 km (25 mi) in diameter and 4,500 m (14,800 ft) high.

Fourth stage

About 160-220 thousand years ago, the top of Las Cañadas I volcano collapsed, forming the Las Cañadas (Ucanca) caldera. Later, a new stratovolcano Las Cañadas II formed in the vicinity of Guajara, which then catastrophically collapsed. Another volcano, Las Cañadas III, formed in the sector of the Diego Hernandez caldera. All Las Cañadas volcanoes have reached maximum heights similar to that of Teide (sometimes referred to as Las Cañadas IV volcano).

There are two theories for the formation of a 16 km × 9 calderakm (9.9 × 5.6 mi). The first states that the depression is the result of a vertical volcanic collapse caused by the devastation of shallow magma chambers at approximately sea level below Las Cañadas volcano after high-volume explosive eruptions. A second theory is that the caldera was formed by a series of lateral gravity collapses similar to those described in Hawaii. Evidence for the latter theory has been found both in land-based observations and marine geology studies.

Fifth stage

Approximately 160,000 years ago and to this day, the Teide and Pico Viejo stratovolcanoes formed in the Las Cañadas caldera.

Historic eruptions

The last eruption of Teide occurred in 1909 from the mouth of El Chinyero on the Santiago Ridge. Historical volcanic activity on the island is associated with the Santiago vents or northwest rift (Boca Cangrejo in 1492, Montañas Negras in 1706, Narices del Teide or Chajorra in 1798 and El Chinyero in 1909) and the Dorsal or northeastern fault of the Cordillera (Fasnia). in 1704, Siete Fuentes and Arafo in 1705). The eruption of Montañas Negras in 1706 destroyed the city and main port of Garachico, as well as several small villages.

Historical activity related to the Teide and Pico Viejo stratovolcanoes took place in 1798 in the region of Narices del Teide on the western slope of Pico Viejo. Eruptive material from Pico Viejo, Montaña Teide and Montaña Blanca partially fills the Las Cañadas caldera. The last explosive eruption involving the central volcanic center occurred on Montaña Blanca about 2,000 years ago. The last eruption in the Las Cañadas caldera occurred in 1798 from Naris del Teide or Chahorra (Teide’s Nostrils) on the western slope of Pico Viejo. The eruption was predominantly Strombolian in style and most of the lava was aa. This lava is visible along the road Vilaflor – Chio.

Christopher Columbus reported seeing “a great fire in the Orotava Valley” when he sailed past Tenerife on his voyage to discover the New World in 1492. This has been interpreted as an indication that he witnessed an eruption there. Radiometric dating of possible lavas shows that at 149There were no eruptions in the Orotava valley in 2008, but it still came from the Boca Cangrejo vent.

The last eruption at the summit of Teide occurred around 850 AD, and as a result of this eruption, the “Lava Negroes” or “Black Lavas” were formed, which cover most of the slopes of the volcano.

About 150,000 years ago there was a much larger explosive eruption, probably with a volcanic explosiveness index of 5 . It created the Las Cañadas caldera, a large caldera about 2,000 meters above sea level, about 16 km (9.9 miles) from east to west and 9.9 miles. km (5.6 miles) from north to south. At Guajara, on the south side of the structure, the interior walls rise in sheer cliffs from 2,100 to 2,715 m (6,890 to 8,907 ft). The 3,715 m (12,188 ft) summit of Teide itself and its sister stratovolcano, Pico Viejo (3,134 m (10,282 ft)) are located in the northern half of the caldera and were formed by eruptions that occurred after this prehistoric explosion.

Possible eruptions

Future eruptions may include pyroclastic flows and surges like those at Mount Pele, Merapi, Vesuvius, Etna, the Soufrière Hills, Mount Unzen and elsewhere. In 2003, an increase in the seismic activity of the volcano was observed, and a rift opened on the northeastern slope. No eruptive activity has occurred, but some material, possibly liquid, has been introduced into the building and is estimated to be ~10 11 m 3 . Such activity may indicate that magma is rising into the building, but is not always a precursor to an eruption.

In addition, Teide is considered structurally unstable, and its northern flank has a characteristic bulge. There are several small, active fumaroles at the top of the volcano, emitting sulfur dioxide and other gases, including low levels of hydrogen sulfide.

A 2006 scientific assessment published in the journal Eos notes that “Over the past 30,000 years, there have been only four to six eruptions per millennium, dominated (70%) by very low-hazard basalt eruptions.” . The authors further noted that “the recent record of eruptions, combined with available petrological and radiometric data, provides a rather optimistic view of the main volcanic hazards associated with Teide and its rift zones, presenting only very localized threats to Tenerife’s one million inhabitants and 4.5 million visitors.” Teide National Park every year. However, another study conducted in 2009year, came to the conclusion that Teide is likely to erupt violently in the future, and that its structure is similar to Vesuvius and Etna. Thus, the extent of the danger Teide poses to society remains a matter of debate.

Main climbs

In a 1626 publication, Sir Edmund Scorey, who probably stayed on the island in the first decades of the 17th century, gives a description of the Teide, in which he notes the suitable routes to the summit and the consequences of its considerable height for travelers., indicating that before the 17th century, the volcano could be reached by different routes. In 1715, the English traveler J. Edens and his group made an ascent and reported their observations in the journal of the Royal Society in London.

After the Age of Enlightenment, on most expeditions to East Africa and the Pacific, the Teide was one of the most valuable targets. The expedition of Lord George Macartney, George Staunton and John Barrow in 1792 almost ended in tragedy, as a heavy snowstorm and rain fell on them, and they could not reach the summit of the Teide, barely passing Montaña Blanca.

The German scientist Alexander von Humboldt stopped in Tenerife during his trip to South America in 1799 and climbed the Teide with his companion Aimé Bonpland and some local guides.

During an expedition to Mount Kilimanjaro, the German adventurer Hans Heinrich Josef Meyer visited Teide in 1894 to observe the ice situation on the volcano. He described these two mountains as “two kings, one of which rises in the ocean, and the other in the desert and steppes.”

Most recently, in November 2017, Hema Hassen-Bey became the first wheelchair Paralympic athlete in the world to reach a height of 3,000 meters with just a movement of her arms. Initially, Hema wanted to reach the summit of Teide, but due to weather conditions, she was unable to complete this task.

Flora and fauna

Echium wildpretii in Tenerife

Lava flows down the slopes of the Teide to a very thin but rich in nutrients and minerals soil that supports a variety of plant species. The vascular flora consists of 168 plant species, 33 of which are endemic to Tenerife.

Forests of Canary pine ( Pinus canariensis ) with Canary Islands juniper ( Juniperus cedrus ) occur at altitudes between 1000 and 2100 meters (3300–6900 ft), covering the middle slopes of the volcano and reaching the alpine tree line 1,000 m (3,300 ft) below. than those of continental mountains at the same latitudes. In the Las Cañadas caldera and at higher altitudes, plant species endemic to the Teide National Park include: the Teide white broom ( Spartocytisus supranubius ) with white flowers; Descurainia bourgaeana , yellow-flowered shrub cruciferous plant; Canarian clam ( Erysimum scoparium ) with purple flowers; and Baglos Teide ( Echium wildpretii ), whose red flowers form a pyramid up to 3 m (9.8 ft) high. Teide chamomile ( Argyranthemum teneriffae ) can be found at altitudes close to 3,600 m (11,800 ft) above sea level, and Teide violets ( Viola cheiranthifolia ) can be found right at the top, making it the most flowering plant in Spain.

These plants are adapted to the harsh environment of the volcano, such as high altitude, intense sunlight, extreme temperature changes and lack of moisture. Adaptations include hemispherical shapes, downy or waxy cover, reduced open leaf area, and high flower production. Flowering occurs in late spring or early summer, in May-June.

South Tenerife lizard ( Gallotia galloti galloti )

Teide National Park is home to a large number of invertebrate species, over 40% of which are endemic and 70 of which are found only in the national park. The invertebrate fauna includes spiders, beetles, dipterans, semimembranos, and hymenoptera.

In contrast, the Teide National Park has only a limited variety of vertebrate fauna. Ten species of birds nest here, including the blue finch ( Fringilla teydea ), Berthelot’s pipit ( Anthus berthelotii berthelotii ), Atlantic canary ( Serinus canaria ) and kestrel subspecies ( Falco tinnunculus canariensis ).

Three endemic reptile species live in the park: Canary Island lizard ( Gallotia galloti galloti ), Canary Island gecko ( Tarentola delalandii ) and Canary Island skink ( Chalcides viridanus viridanus ). The only mammals found in the park are bats, the most common of which is Leisler’s bat ( Nyctalus leisleri ). Other mammals such as the mouflon, rabbit, house mouse, black rat, wild cat, and North African hedgehog were featured in the park.

Shadow of the Teide

Shadow of the Teide at dawn

Teide casts the largest shadow in the world on the sea. The shadow is cast over 40 km from the top of the mountain, reaching La Gomera at dawn and Gran Canaria at sunset. The shadow is perfectly triangular, although the Teide silhouette is not; this is an aerial perspective effect. Visitors and tourists climb to the top of the volcano at sunset to witness the phenomenon.

Scientific use

Teide National Park is a useful volcanic landmark for Mars-related research due to the similarity of their environmental conditions and geological formations. In 2010, a research team tested the Raman instrument at Las Cañadas del Teide in anticipation of its use on the 2016-2018 ESA-NASA ExoMars expedition. In June 2011, a group of researchers from the UK visited the park to test a method to search for life on Mars and find suitable sites to test new robotic vehicles in 2012.

Access

The volcano and its surroundings, including the entire Las Cañadas caldera, are protected by the Teide National Park. Access is via a public road running northeast-southwest across the caldera. TITSA operates a return flight to Teide once a day from both Puerto de la Cruz and Playa de las Americas. The park has a parador (hotel) and a small chapel. The cable cars go from the road for 2,356 m (7,730 ft) most of the way to the summit, reaching 3,555 m (11,663 ft), carrying up to 38 passengers (34 in strong winds) and taking eight minutes to reach the summit. Access to the summit is limited; climbing the last 200 m (660 ft) requires a free permit. The number is usually limited to 200 per day. Several footpaths lead to the top station of the cable car and then to the top.

Mount Teide from a distance with a cloud above

Due to the altitude, the air is much thinner than at sea level. This can cause people (especially those with heart or lung disease) to become dizzy or dizzy, develop altitude sickness, and, in extreme cases, lose consciousness. The only cure is to return to lower altitudes and acclimate.

Astronomical Observatory

Teide Observatory

Main article: Teide Observatory

The Astronomical Observatory is located on the slopes of a mountain, taking advantage of the good weather and altitude, which puts it above most clouds, and contributes to stable astronomical seeing. The Teide Observatory is operated by the Canarian Institute of Astrophysics. It includes solar, radio and microwave telescopes, as well as traditional optical night telescopes.

Symbol

Teide is the main symbol of Tenerife and the most symbolic natural monument of the Canary Islands. An image of Teide erupting in flames appears in the center of the Tenerife coat of arms. Above the volcano rises Saint Michael, the patron saint of Tenerife. The colors of the island’s flag are dark blue, traditionally identified with the sea that surrounds the island, and white for the whiteness of the snow-capped peaks of Mount Teide in winter. The logo of the Cabildo de Tenerife (the island’s governing body) has the symbol of the Teide eruption.

Teide has often been depicted throughout history, from the earliest engravings of the European conquerors to typical Canarian handicrafts, on the back of the 1000 peseta banknote, in oil paintings and on postcards.

In the Canary Islands, especially in Tenerife, the Teide is a cultural symbol deeply rooted in tradition and history. People call him Padre Teide (Father Teide).

Mount of the Moon

Mons Pico, one of the lunar mountains of Montes Tenerife in the inner ring of the Imbrium Sea, was named by Johann Hieronymus Schroeter in honor of Pico von Teneriffe , names of the Teide in the 18th century.

There is also a brown dwarf located in an open star cluster of the Pleiades called Teide 1 .

See also

  • Teide National Park
  • Roque Sinchado
  • Mount Guajara
  • Pico Viejo
  • Tenerife
  • List of the highest mountains in the solar system

Notes

references

external links

  • Technical data of the UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Teide National Park – official website of
  • Webcam Teide
  • Funicular car
  • (in Spanish) Description of climbing Mount Teide
  • NASA Astronomy Image: Twin meteors over Mount Teide (December 17, 2013)

Teide National Park and Volcano in Tenerife

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Naturally, we could not miss the main attraction of the island and set aside a whole day for it. The Teide volcano is the highest peak in the Atlantic Ocean, its height above the ocean floor is 7500 m, and above sea level 3718 m. From the top of Teide you can see all the Canary Islands. National Park “Parque Nacional del Teide » is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Spain.

At the moment the volcano is considered dormant, the last eruption was more than a hundred years ago. Teide (Spanish Teide), like the second highest stratovolcano of the Canary Islands Pico Viejo (Spanish Pico Viejo) is located in the north of the Las Cañadas caldera.

More than 30 representatives of the flora, the so-called endemics, grow on the slopes of the national park. This means that these plants are found only here, and you will not find them anywhere else on the planet. One of them is the Canarian pine (lat. Pinus canariensis). This pine is very similar to spruce, but its needles reach a length of 30 cm. Thanks to these unique needles, Canary pines collect moisture from the air and moisten the soil, which helps other plants to grow.

We were also very lucky and the guys arrived during the flowering period of another endemic – Tajinaste. This is a Spanish name, although the Latin amused me more: Vildpret’s bruise (lat. Echium wildpretii), there is also a tower of jewels, red buglos, Tenerife buglos, Mount Teide buglos. In general, this charm blooms for only a couple of weeks a year – from late spring to early summer. Grows up to three meters in height.

Attractions of the park

The beauty of those places cannot be conveyed by any descriptions and photographs, but I will try. The trip to Teide hinted that we should not forget to charge the camera and we were well prepared for this 🙂 To begin with, we drove through the park, stopping at miradors (viewing platforms designed for tourists to stop in places with the most picturesque views) in order to take a picture.

Be careful!

Do not leave your things in the car, even if you jumped out to take one photo on the observation deck! Thieves are operating around the island in precisely such places, breaking windows in a car and stealing things from there. These are not just rumors, we personally robbed the car of our guests and there are a lot of such cases!

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One of them was a stop at the mountain under the unpretentious name “Queen’s Shoe”. Bizarrely frozen lava really resembles a woman’s shoe. Naturally, it could not have done without a heart-wrenching legend. Let’s imagine that it ended as well as the famous “Cinderella”.

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Los Roques de Garcia

Next we reached the bizarre cliffs of Los Roques de Garcia, which were formed due to the failure of parts of the caldera. The most famous part of them is the “Finger of God” rock. This rock is a kind of visiting card of Tenerife and Teide. It is with her image that most of the postcards on the island are issued and many photographs are published with a view of the Teide. Across from Roques de Garcia is the small Hotel Parador, with a snack bar and gift shop. It is very convenient for those who want to watch the stars, watch the sunset and meet the sunrise at such an altitude.

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We passed Teide itself. A funicular operates from its foot and you can climb to the top, but permission is required to get to the crater itself. For those who are interested in visiting the volcano itself and climbing to its crater, a separate article will be written on this topic.

Moonscapes

Our next stop was moonscapes. From there, the hiking trails up the Teide begin. Such heroism was not observed in our ranks, so we just walked around the lunar landscapes. We had a photo session there. Although this area is called “lunar” landscapes, because of the color of the volcanic rock, you feel more like somewhere in the region of Mars.

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Many sources on the Internet talk about that famous films were filmed here. Among them: “Million years BC”, “Star Wars”, “Mad Max”, “Fast and the Furious”, “Planet of the Apes”, “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”. In general, the list is sometimes continued ad infinitum, depending on how gullible the listeners are. In fact, episodes of the famous films Fast and the Furious 6, Clash of the Titans, Wrath of the Titans, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (an episode with dolphins from Loro Parque) and One Million Years BC were filmed in Tenerife 1966, I did not find confirmation of the rest of the information.

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Tenerife Observatory

We went to have a closer look at the astronomical observatory.

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U.S. saw its 4th-warmest year on record, fueled by a record-warm December

The year 2021 was marked by extremes across the U.S., including exceptional warmth, devastating severe weather and the second-highest number of billion-dollar weather and climate disasters on record.  

The nation also saw an active wildfire year across the West as the north Atlantic Basin stayed busy with its third most-active Atlantic hurricane season on record, according to scientists from NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information.

Here’s a recap of the climate and extreme weather events across the U.S. in 2021:

Climate by the numbers

December 2021 | Full year 2021 

The December contiguous U.S. temperature was 39.3 degrees F, 6.7 degrees above average, making it the warmest December on record and exceeding the previous warmest December in 2015.

Ten states — Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas — also had their warmest Decembers on record.

For 2021, the average contiguous U.S. temperature was 54.5 degrees F, 2.5 degrees above the 20th-century average and ranked as the fourth-warmest year in the 127-year period of record. The six warmest years on record have all occurred since 2012.

Maine and New Hampshire had their second-warmest year on record with 19 additional states across the Northeast, Great Lakes, Plains and West experiencing a top-five warmest year. Meanwhile, Alaska’s average annual temperature was 26.4 degrees F, 0.4 of a degree above the long-term average and the coldest year since 2012.

Precipitation across the contiguous U.S. totaled 30.48 inches (0.54 of an inch above average), which placed 2021 in the middle third of the climate record. Massachusetts had its ninth-wettest year on record, while Montana ranked ninth driest on record for 2021.

According to the U.S. Drought Monitor, drought coverage remained fairly significant and steady throughout much of 2021, with a minimum extent of 43. 4% occurring on May 25 and maximum coverage of 55.5% on December 7.

A map of the United States plotted with significant climate events that occurred throughout 2021. Please see the full climate report highlights at http://bit.ly/USClimate202112 offsite link. (NOAA NCEI)

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Billion-dollar disasters in 2021

Last year, the U.S. experienced 20 separate billion-dollar weather and climate disasters that killed at least 688 people — the most disaster-related fatalities for the contiguous U.S. since 2011 and more than double last year’s number of 262. The following 20 events, each exceeding $1 billion, put 2021 in second place for the highest number of disasters recorded in a calendar year, behind the record 22 separate billion-dollar events in 2020:  

  • 1 winter storm/cold wave event (focused across the deep south and Texas).
  • 1 wildfire event (western wildfires across Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington).
  • 1 drought and heat wave event (summer/fall across western U.S.).
  • 2 flood events (in California and Louisiana).
  • 3 tornado outbreaks (including the December tornado outbreaks).
  • 4 tropical cyclones (Elsa, Fred, Ida and Nicholas).
  • 8 severe weather events (across many parts of the country, including the December Midwest derecho). 

Damages from these disasters totaled approximately $145 billion for all 20 events. This exceeds the total damage of $102 billion from the 22 events in 2020.

Map of the U.S. plotted with 20 separate billion dollar disasters that occurred in 2021. For more, go to https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/billions/.

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Hurricane Ida was the most costly event of 2021 at $75 billion and ranks among the top-five most costly hurricanes on record (since 1980) for the U.S. The combined cost of the four tropical systems was approximately $78. 5 billion, more than 54% of the total U.S. billion-dollar disaster price tag in 2021.

The historic mid-February winter storm/cold wave was the costliest winter storm on record ($24 billion), more than double the previous record winter storm event — the Storm of the Century in March 1993. 

The total cost over the last five years of these disasters (2017-2021) exceeds $742 billion — averaging $148 billion a year. These five-year and annual average costs both set record highs.

Other notable climate and weather events in 2021

The Atlantic hurricane season was busy: During 2021, 21 named storms formed in the North Atlantic Basin. This was the third most active Atlantic hurricane season on record. Category 4 Hurricane Sam was the most intense Atlantic hurricane of the season, while Category 4 Hurricane Ida was the strongest landfalling and most destructive hurricane of the season. This was the sixth year in a row with above-average tropical activity across the Atlantic Basin.  

Numerous wildfires scorched the West: More than 7.1 million acres were burned across the western U.S. last year, which was 96% of the 10-year average. The second-largest fire in California history, the Dixie Fire, consumed nearly 964,000 acres in 2021. Smoke from several large fires created air quality and health concerns throughout much of the season. 

An active tornado year: The tornado count for 2021 was above average across the contiguous U.S., with 1,376 tornadoes reported. By early January 2022, 193 tornadoes were confirmed in December alone — the greatest number of tornadoes for any December on record and nearly double the previous record of 97 in 2002. 

The most notable events during the year were two outbreaks on March 17 and March 25 across the South, with a combined total of about 100 tornadoes, including an EF-4 tornado, an outbreak in Iowa on July 14, the December 10-11 Mid-Mississippi River Valley Tornado event that spawned two EF-4 tornadoes and the December 15 Midwest derecho event that produced more than 60 tornadoes across Nebraska and Iowa.

More: Find NOAA’s climate reports and download the images from the NCEI climate monitoring website.

California in December: 14 Ideas for The Perfect Getaway (2022)

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California in December is a special treat!

As the rest of the country is zipping into down coats and pondering snowplows, California weather in December is frequently gorgeous – soothing sunshine, with just scattered rain showers and slightly cooler temperatures. It’s one of the very best places to visit in the US in December.

Summer crowds are gone, leaving pristine beaches empty as iconic cities dress up in holiday glitter. Wondering where to go in December? Read on to learn about all of my favorite places.

Here, travel bloggers share their favorite things to do in winter in California …Where to go, what to see, and where to stay! So if you’re looking for things to do in California in December, read on.

For even more ideas, check out my posts on the best weekend road trips from San Diego or getaways in Northern California.

San Diego beaches in winter

California in December: Weather

December weather in California obviously varies depending on where you go.

It’s one of the coolest months for the state but that means you can expect daytime temperatures in Southern California in the mid to high 60’s and overnight lows of about 50 degrees.

Days are mostly sunny with scattered rain showers.

In Northern California, it’s just a bit cooler. For example, San Francisco in December sees sunny days in the low 60’s and overnight temps averaging around 48 degrees.

Head to the mountains—Lake Tahoe or Mammoth for instance—and you can expect clear sunny days in the mid 30’s (for snow!) and 40’s with overnights in the teens. December in California is gorgeous!

California’s rainy season is between November and April so expect a few showers at lower elevations and snow at higher elevations.

If you’re looking for warm places in California in December, head directly to the desert. You’ll enjoy the very warmest sunny weather with little chance of rain.

Death Valley and Palm Springs make an ideal California vacation in December.

With this variety, there’s something for everyone this time of year. California is one of the best places to visit in December!

Best Places to Visit in California in December

1. San Diego in December

San Diego is one of the best places to visit in California during winter.

As a native, I love walking the empty beaches on clear sunny days. Or walking the PCH in downtown Encinitas in North County.

Whale watching season also kicks off mid-December so it’s a perfect time to book a harbor cruise spotting gray whales migrating south from Alaska (or look for them from the shore).

If it’s Christmas in California you’re after, consider a holiday tea at the iconic Hotel Del (scene of Some Like It Hot with Marilyn Monroe) on Coronado Island.

Or check out the Pet Parade in the trendy Gaslamp Quarter.

San Diego’s famous Old Globe Theater in beautiful Balboa Park brings Dr. Seuss to life for kids and the young-at-heart in its annual rendition of The Grinch Who Stole Christmas.

Balboa Park’s December Nights is San Diego’s premier holiday festival with food, drink, free admission to all of the museums, and festive holiday lighting!

Whatever you do, don’t miss the Parade of Lights in San Diego’s Bay.

More than 80 boats decked out in colorful holiday lights strut their stuff as they cruise from Shelter Island, past Harbor Island, the Embarcadero and the Ferry Landing on Coronado. It’s a uniquely San Diego celebration.

San Diego in winter is amazing! If you’re wondering where to go in California in December, look no further!

Where to Stay in San Diego

La Valencia is a Mediterranean-inspired retreat with vintage luxury and oceanside views in the cute seaside village of La Jolla north of downtown.

Check price and availability at La Valencia here. For an even better value, check out my list of oceanfront and other unique vacation rentals in La Jolla.

Or, see my list of the coolest vacation rentals by San Diego neighborhood.

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Read more on California travel:

• Best places to visit in California in January

• Spring in California

• Fall in California

• Best places to visit in the U.S. in fall and in winter

2. San Francisco in December

San Francisco is one of America’s greatest cities at any time of year and one of the best places in California to visit in December. (San Francisco in October is also incredible.)

It makes for one of the best winter vacations in California.

However, it’s also one of the best places in California to spend Christmas as they really roll out the red and green carpet.

Throughout the city is a month-long celebration called the Festival of Lights.

A collection of artists install massive light sculptures in installations in prime locations for your enjoyment.

You can enjoy the lights in any number of ways from a self-guided walking tour of San Francisco to riding a historic fire engine to taking a Christmas cruise on the bay.

Don’t forget SantaCon, an adult-only party where thousands of costumed revelers take to the streets for a jolly party or the Chocolate and Art Show.

There are the usual holiday shows as well, like Christmas Carol, Handel’s Messiah, and The Nutcracker.

Even without the holiday glitz, San Francisco is a spectacular destination. Alcatraz, Golden Gate Bridge, China Town, and Cable Cars are every bit as beautiful in the winter.

See them from a Golden Gate Bay cruise.

If you think Christmas is spectacular in the City by the Bay, you should see what they do for New Years.

Fireworks by the Bay and New Year’s cruises will let you celebrate in style.

Where to stay in San Francisco

Argonaut Hotel, Fisherman’s Wharf! If you love harbors and delicious seafood, stay in this wonderful nautically themed hotel right on famous Fisherman’s Wharf.  Check price and availability at Argonaut Hotel here.

Or, stay in this gorgeous Victorian home with a private bath in Pacific Heights. Travelers give it top marks. Check price and availability here.

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What to Pack for Winter in California

Pack layers! Even in winter, there is plenty of warmth and sunshine. However, in coastal areas particularly, your day may start out with overcast weather until the fog burns off giving way to brilliant California sunshine.

Don’t forget to pack:
• Sunglasses
• Lightweight rain shell
• Packable cooler
• Flip flops
• Down jacket

For other travel essentials, see my road trip packing list.

3. Palm Springs in December

If you’re  wondering where the warmest place in California is in December, look no further than Palm Springs!

Southern California in winter makes for the perfect time to explore the desert since daytime temperatures are pleasant.

And the perfect springboard for launching your exploration is the Greater Palm Springs area, which includes the City of Palm Springs and a number of small nearby communities.

Palm Springs has been a favored California winter vacation spot for years. It’s also one of the warmest places in California in winter.

This is the perfect spot to take in soaring views of the desert from the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway!

In fact, there is an amazing number of things to do in and around Palm Springs, long known as the getaway to the stars of Hollywood.

Do a tour of the city’s famous mid-century modern architecture. Or go stargazing!

Visit the Moorten desert botanical garden. Stroll Palm Canyon Drive, the main street in downtown Palm Springs, and browse the many stores and galleries that line the street.

A little way out in Rancho Mirage, you must tour Sunnylands, the estate of the Annenbergs.

The gardens are gorgeous, and if you love birds, you can join a birdwatching tour led by a local expert.

The Visitor Center is a lovely place to relax with a drink and take in the views. You can tour the home as well, but only with advance reservations and a ticket.

If you are an active vacationer, consider playing a round of golf at one of Palm Springs’ famous resorts.

Or drive an hour out of town to Joshua Tree National Park, where you can see stunning rock formations and the namesake Joshua trees.

If you are here to relax, try a pampering treatment at one of the many spas in Palm Springs. Or lounge by the pool.

Closer to Christmas, enjoy the many light shows in the area.

Palm Springs is home to RoboLights, the largest private residential holiday lights display in the USA, with more than 8 million lights!

Light displays also brighten the night skies at the Living Desert in Palm Desert and many other places in the Greater Palm Springs area. Drive around and take in all the displays!

Where to stay in Palm Springs

El Morocco Inn & Spa! It’s an exotic four star bed and breakfast.

Richly colored decor, a lovely pool, and daily happy hour make this the perfect Palm Springs oasis. Try the property’s signature cocktail, the “Morocco-Tini.”

Check price and availability at El Morocco here.

Or, relax poolside at your own private romantic cottage downtown. Check price and availability at the romantic cottage here.

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4. Santa Monica in December

Considering a California vacation in December?

Santa Monica is  a perfect choice in December as well as year-round. It’s a wonderful beach town situated west of downtown Los Angeles.

Even if the temperatures will be lower, you can still enjoy the beaches and have a good time at the Santa Monica Pier.

The famous Santa Monica beach stretches for several miles and makes a great place for relaxation.

It’s also a great place to get that Christmas feeling going strong. For example, you can go ice-skating or watch Christmas events and carols.

Santa Monica Place is also great if you want to go shopping and buy nice presents for your family, friends and loved ones.

Museum of Flying, California Heritage Museum, Santa Monica Camera Obscura are some other attractions that are recommended if you want to enjoy some culture while visiting.

Santa Monica is also full of restaurants and trendy cafes where the locals will go out and about in December especially for the upcoming holiday season.

Where to stay in Santa Monica

The Ambrose Hotel! It’s both centrally located and affordable.

From here, you can get around Santa Monica easily, and the hotel is nicely decorated around Christmas as well. Check price and availability at The Ambrose here.

Or stay in a dreamy beach cottage with designer finishes just steps from the beach. Check price and availability at the beach cottage here.

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5. Lake Tahoe in December

Lake Tahoe is a beautiful place in any season, but it is a magical place to visit in California during winter.

While snow is not guaranteed in December, it is likely that you will find this area located high in the basin of the Sierra Nevada Mountains covered in shimmering white.

And it’s easy to rent some cross country skis to enjoy it! The crystal blue water, breathtaking vistas, and fresh mountain air are unrivaled.

Activities are plentiful in Lake Tahoe in December including outdoor ice skating at Northstar, seeing the ice sculptures at Heavenly Mountain Resort and taking the gondola up the mountain for stunning views.

Or just curl up in a cozy cabin with a hot chocolate as you watch the snow fall.

A drive around the lake with a stop at the Emerald Bay lookout is also well worth your while as it is the second most photographed spot in all of the United States.

If you are feeling adventurous, strap on your snowshoes for a hike down to the Vikingsholm Mansion or the Eagle Falls trail.

Skiing and snowboarding at one of the many resorts that surround the lake are among the most popular winter activities in Lake Tahoe.

Even in the case of uncooperative snowy weather, all resorts will make plenty of man-made snow if necessary, ensuring that you will be able to hit the slopes.

Heavenly Mountain Resort’s popularity brings in plenty of crowds, but many enjoy the massive amount of trails and family-friendly ski schools.

If you are looking for fewer crowds, deep powder, and steep runs, Kirkwood Resort may be the best choice for you.

December often brings Santa to the slopes, so keep your eyes peeled if you have children in tow!

Where to stay in Lake Tahoe

The Ritz Carlton Resort Hotel is our favorite choice for a luxury stay with its ski in and out privileges and elegant spa after a full day, conveniently located in Truckee, North Lake Tahoe. Check price and availability at The Ritz Carlton here.

Or, stay in a lake view cabin with a rustic, romantic ambiance.  Check price and availability at the lake view cabin here.

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6. Santa Barbara in December

With a soothing California sun, cloud-covered mountain views, sparkling Pacific shorelines, Spanish architecture, exotic gardens, and farm-fresh food, Santa Barbara is one of the best winter getaways in California.

While you might get some rain showers in December, the winters are mild with average temperatures in the 60s. Don’t forget to pack some sweaters.

In December, there will be holiday markets, Christmas parades,  wine tours, and concerts to enjoy.

But truth be told, Santa Barbara has a laid-back vibe all year long, so you may just want to relax and watch the waves anyway.

Head to Stearns Wharf at the Santa Barbara Harbor,  the West Coast’s oldest operating wharf and one of Santa Barbara’s iconic landmarks. 

You can drive on the wooden wharf and see some breathtaking views of the Santa Barbara coastline and the Santa Ynez Mountains during sunset.

Or ride a surrey along the palm tree-lined waterfront.

You can also take a narrated trolley tour of the city with that stops at all the highlights including Old Mission Santa Barbara, the Santa Barbara County Courthouse, the Moreton Bay Fig Tree, Butterfly Beach and a few more.

The trolley departs from the Visitors Center on the corner of Cabrillo Boulevard and Garden Street.

This is an ideal place for a food tour! Go wine tasting in some of Santa Barbara County’s most renowned vineyards. Or book a wine tasting tour to sample the best of the best.

Many of the tasting rooms are located right in Santa Barbara’s downtown Funk Zone, are within walking distance of each other.

Santa Barbara County has more than 220 wineries and around 170 tasting rooms!

In addition, you’ll find some respected and influential tasting rooms in the Presidio Neighborhood in the historic heart of downtown Santa Barbara… names like Margerum Wine Company, Grassini Family Vineyards and Jamie Slone.

We loved visiting the eccentric gardens of Ganna’s Lotusland and farm to table meals at Bouchon and San Ysidro Ranch.

Walking in the gardens and seeing this special place where the Kennedys honeymooned was the highlight of our trip!

Where to stay in Santa Barbara

The Rosewood Miramar in Montecito! We loved waking up to the view of the mountains, gurgling fountains, and lavender.

The best part? The pristine Montecito beach just across the railroad tracks. Check price and availability on the Rosewood Miramar here.

Or, stay in a sunny and affordable penthouse two blocks from the beach. Check price and availability on the beach penthouse here.

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7. Joshua Tree in December

Whenever I’m in Southern California in the winter months, I absolutely must stop by Joshua Tree National Park.

It’s an easy day trip from Los Angeles, though I prefer to camp in the beautiful desert and fall asleep to the sounds of coyotes.

So it makes a good winter getaway. Plus, there are so many things to do in Joshua Tree.

Joshua Tree is a fairly popular place, so the first piece of advice I’d give is to book your accommodation as early as possible.

This applies whether you’re camping in the park, glamping in a nearby yurt or cabin, or staying in a hotel or lodge in town.

Winters in Joshua Tree are quite mild, but keep in mind it is the high desert, so nights, in particular, can get chilly. There’s nothing quite like getting cozy next to the fire at sunset in the desert.

The silhouettes of the Joshua trees against the wide California desert horizon are just as eerily magical as you’d think—and the stargazing, once that sun sets, is some of the best in SoCal.

A Joshua Tree National Park vacation has something for every type of traveler.

I enjoy hiking and checking out the educational Ranger programs, but you could just as easily spend the whole time relaxing, meditating, and taking in the serene desert solitude.

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Where to stay in Joshua Tree

Stay at Hawks View House in a secluded canyon just six minutes from the park. This historic 1950s homesteader cabin has been completely renovated with state of the art everything, include A/C.

Hike out the back door. Gaze at the starry night around the fire pit. There are incredible views in every direction. This place gets five star reviews from every guest.

Check price and availability at Hawks View House here.

Or see a list of the top 18 best Joshua Tree vacation rentals here.

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8. Santa Cruz in December

You can’t spell Santa Cruz without Santa!

Santa Cruz is a beautiful California town to visit in December filled with so many fun things to do. It’s another one of the best places to travel or visit in winter.

And it’s not just for humans coming to the party, but animals too!

Late December is the time of year when elephant seals return to Año Nuevo State Park to mate. The beaches there are filled with 5,000 lb males barking for attention.

Monarch butterflies return to the coastal groves of Natural Bridges Park. On warm days, they fill the air, but when it gets colder, they gather in mass on the branches.

Santa Cruz is also home to surfing in California. The Santa Cruz Surfing Museum commemorates the first surfing trip from three Hawaiian princes who surf these breaks in 1885.

Check the surfing reports for when the big winter waves are coming to Mavericks, just up the coast in Half Moon Bay. Mere mortals shouldn’t attempt these 25′ monsters, but it’s fun to watch.

The town of Santa Cruz offers weekend Christmas celebrations at the Boardwalk—an iconic seaside amusement park—and even a skating rink.

At night, the Roaring Springs Railroad converts into the Holiday Light Train. Ride to the redwoods in style as you sip cider and sing carols.

Where to stay in Santa Cruz

Hilton Scotts Valley! It’s just minutes from beaches and the famous Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk. Check price and availability at Hilton here.

Otherwise, stay in a stylish and modern surf shack and walk to the beach. Comes with beach cruisers! Check price and availability on the modern surf shack here.

Jenn and Ed | Coleman Concierge

9. Eastern Sierras in December

The backside of the Sierras in the wintertime is breathtaking and just a few short hours drive from Los Angeles Metro area.

You really get a different take of what California looked like and still does in this region of the Sierras with memorable views, a national park to explore at Death Valley, and world-class skiing if you are in an adventure mode.

There are so many wonderful natural landscapes to explore here.

Or just stop at many of the really cool western-inspired towns that dot the major highway I395 going from south all the way north to Lake Tahoe area.

You will enjoy the cooler temperatures in December, especially in extremely hot places like Death Valley which can reach temperatures over 110 degrees in summer.

This makes a great stop on an Eastern Sierra road trip.

There are many unique places to visit like Manzanar (the internment camp for Japanese during World War II), the Alabama Hills and the tallest mountain in California at Mount Whitney.

Where to stay in the Eastern Sierras

Best Western Inn in Bishop! If you are looking for a central location to stay along the way on I395, think about basing in Bishop where there are plenty of options.

The Best Western Inn in Bishop is clean, roomy and affordable. Check price and availability here.

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10. Monterey in December

Monterey has long been a popular beachside town, a perfect stop for those completing the Pacific Highway 1 drive.

During December, Monterey is home to crisp days and whilst you might encounter some rain, a lot of this will come in the form of romantic Monterey fog.

Aside from some of the grandest homes you could wish for along the beach, the most popular attraction here is the iconic Monterey Aquarium, in particular, its tall tanks filled with luminescent jellyfish.

Or book a half-day whale watching trip.

A half an hour drive south and you’ll be across the iconic Bixby Bridge.

This bridge is well known along the Pacific Coast Highway and deserves a visit when you’re in Monterey.

Fans of the TV show Big Little Lies will recognize it immediately, with that series based in Monterey.

Whilst a visit in December might still require you to rug up, visiting with fewer visitors than the peak summertime affords an enjoyable trip.

Where to stay in Monterey

The Spindrift Inn! Located on Monterey’s Cannery Row amongst a host of restaurants and bars in the former sardine factories, get a room with a sea view and wake up to the waves crashing outside your window. Check price and availability at The Spindrift Inn here.

Or stay in an oceanfront townhome at Lover’s Point and watch sunsets from your window. Check price and availability on the oceanfront townhome here.

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11. Hollywood in December

December is a great time to visit Hollywood, the temperatures are perfect as the humidity drops and there’s still a whole host of great attractions for both locals and tourists.

During your visit, we recommend checking out the Hollywood Christmas Parade. The parade takes place every year on the Sunday after Thanksgiving and travels along a 2.5-mile route. There’s plenty of complimentary viewing areas; alternatively, you can reserve a prime viewing spot online in advance for a small fee.

Or book a tour of this iconic destination. From tours of celebrity homes to Hollywood after dark, the options are endless and fascinating.

No trip to Hollywood is complete without a trip to the Dolby Theatre to watch a performance of The Nutcracker by the LA Ballet. This annual performance has been taking place in the theatre since 2006 and has a wide range of seating options to accommodate all budgets.

If you’re looking for a great meal out during your visit, then I’d suggest visiting Cal Mare. Not only does the restaurant offer incredible Italian coastal-inspired cuisine, but it also helps to support the LA Region Food Bank by rewarding guests to a free cocktail or dessert if they bring along an Italian inspired non-perishable item to donate to the cause.

Where to stay in Hollywood

The W Hollywood! This four-star hotel gets consistently great reviews, is in a perfect location for exploring the Hollywood area of Los Angeles, and has a wonderful range of fantastic amenities. Check price and availability on The W here.

Or, stay in a chic and modern house just minutes from the sunset strip. Check price and availability here.

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12. Paso Robles in December

Halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco along the legendary historical El Camino Real trail is the wine region of Paso Robles.

With more than 250 wineries, any time is a great time to visit Paso Robles. Don’t want to drink and drive? Book an all-inclusive wine tasting tour!

December is especially nice because you won’t find Paso Robles as busy as the summer months.

Beyond the world-class wine, you’ll find top-notch breweries, craft distilleries, and elevated eateries.

As Paso Robles continues to grow with its ever-increasing popularity as a wine region, it has kept its small-town charm.

This is seen at the various events you’ll find in December including the Adelaida Cellar’s Walnut & Wine Festival.

The farm has over 700 acres of walnuts and is one of California’s largest walnut ranches. The festival celebrates the walnut harvest with wine and food pairings.

Another fun December event is the Vine St. Victorian Showcase. Thirteen blocks of Vine Street feature beautifully restored Victorian houses that are lit up for the holidays! 

For more ideas on what to do in Paso Robles in December and current event dates, check out Travel Paso.

Where to stay in Paso Robles

Allegretto Vineyard Resort! It’s a charming luxury hotel that won’t break the bank. Check price and availability at Allegretto here.

Or stay in Beer Haven, an adorable cottage whose decor is a tribute to local craft breweries. Check price and availability on Beer Haven here.

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13. Long Beach in December

Long Beach is located roughly 25 miles south of Los Angeles proper and is a hidden gem of activities for visitors of all ages. 

In the late ’90s and early 2000s, Long Beach experienced a revitalization and has since become a worthwhile destination of its own.

While some may wonder about visiting a beach town in December, much of what is unique about Long Beach is its proximity to the beach.

Visitors can easily spend a day visiting the Aquarium of the Pacific, which provides abundant opportunities to view sea life up close, followed by an afternoon harbor boat ride departing from the Rainbow Harbor Marina.  

The late afternoon and evening is a perfect opportunity to visit Shoreline Village, which is full of quaint shops and dining options in all price ranges.

Don’t miss a tour of The Queen Mary while you’re here!

Where to stay in Long Beach

Stay in an upscale beach cottage nestled inside a serene garden. This place is a steal. Check price and availability at the Long Beach cottage here.

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14. Disneyland in December

Planning a trip to California during the month of December?

Let me tell you about a little local secret: Disneyland in December is one of the most magical times to visit.

The entire Disneyland Resort is dressed to the nines with festive garlands, wreaths, millions of twinkling lights, and holiday cheer. (And you can join in with fun ideas for Disneybounding here.)

Sleeping Beauty’s Castle is enveloped in a blanket of snow, restaurants pull out all the stops with delectable treats, and joyous wishes can be heard all throughout the resort.

Here’s how to avoid the crowds:

Tip #1: Stay at a Disneyland Resort Hotel! You’ll take advantage of Magic Mornings, an early admission option…in fact, a full hour before the general public!

Tip #2: Visit early in the month and avoid weekends. Local schools are in session until mid-December and Thanksgiving holiday-goers usually vacate the resort by December 1.

Also, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays tend to have fewer crowds and shorter wait times for rides.

Tip #3: Arrive early in the morning. If you’re just visiting Disneyland for the day, plan on arriving before the park opens.

If you’re planning on driving to the park and leaving your car, aim to arrive a full hour before the park opens to avoid a full parking lot.

Tip #4: Invest in a FastPass. FastPass is a ticket that saves your place in line, leaving you free to enjoy other attractions.

The base option for a FastPass is free, with a paid digital option also available.

Tip #5: Discover the off-the-beaten-track attractions. Have you ever heard of Tom Sawyer’s Island? Star Wars Launch Bay? Davy Crockett’s Explorer Canoes?

Take a ride around the park on the Disneyland Railroad to rest your feet and get away from the crowds!

By arriving early to Disneyland, even during the holiday season, you can avoid the crowds and still experience the Happiest Place on Earth!”

Where to stay at Disneyland

Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel! It’s my personal favorite. Check price and availability at The Grand Californian here.

Or, stay in the Disney magic dream house, just across the street from Disneyland. Check price and availability on the magic dream house here.

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Winter in California is lovely.

Whether you’re sunning in Palm Springs or skiing Lake Tahoe’s fresh powder, California makes the perfect winter vacation destination.

The best places to travel in December are the ones that call to you. The Golden State always delivers with its soft desert colors, world-famous coastline, and pristine beaches.

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8 warm places to go for Christmas around the world

(CNN) — This is for you if: You love to celebrate Christmas. You love to travel. And you love to stay warm.

And the great thing about this? You don’t have to compromise on any of these desires!

On this big ol’ planet of ours, you can enjoy the merry holiday, indulge your wanderlust and avoid cold, wintry weather all at the same time.

We’ve studied the globe and found eight places that are big on Christmas celebrations but regularly deliver temperatures in the spring to summer range in December.

So leave that heavy coat behind, pack a stocking (maybe even a bathing suit) and enjoy yourself in:

Antigua, Guatemala

Antigua is a gorgeous Spanish colonial town in Guatemala with a volcano as a dramatic backdrop.

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Average temperature in December: 16.8 C / 62.2 F

This charming city in Central America checks off a lot of boxes: stunning setting (with a volcano as a backdrop no less), gorgeous Spanish architecture and spring-like weather all year. You may want to bring a light jacket for night, but it’s the dry season here, so it’s not likely that you’ll need an umbrella.

Lily García, a Spanish teacher at Antigueña Spanish Academy, told CNN Travel about a few highlights of the season, including the beloved posadas — processionals that represent the journey of Joseph and Mary.

“This is a small procession that is accompanied by many people from December 15 to 24 every night,” she said. “They go down the street singing Christmas songs. When they arrive at the house where they are symbolically given shelter, the people from the procession pray and finally all share typical dishes and drinks that are only common at this time of the year.

“There is no special invitation — anyone can join.”

Then there’s the December 24 dance at La Merced Church. This “is a traditional dance called Los Cabezones (the headed ones). This name comes from the size of the masks — a really large head. They dance accompanied with marimba music through the streets of Antigua and they return to the church late at night.”

Barbados

Do Christmas island-style in sun-kissed Barbados.

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Average temperature in December: 25.2 C / 77.4 F

You’ll find this independent island, a former British holding, transitioning from wet season to dry season during December. While some rain may fall during your stay, you’re pretty well promised a warm Yuletide — no roaring fireplace needed.

Businesses and homes love to decorate for Christmas here.

And food plays a big role — don’t miss the great cake, says the website Barbados.org. It’s made with a combination of dried fruits (cherries, raisins, currants, prunes), spices (cinnamon, clove, nutmeg, allspice) and liquor (rum, port wine, falernum).

Buenos Aires, Argentina

The ‘B’ and ‘A’ in downtown Buenos Aires are adorned with a Santa hat and presents for Christmas.

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Average temperature in December: 22 C / 71.6 F

Buenos Aires is a city of four seasons, but because of its Southern Hemisphere location, Christmas is the beginning of summer here. That may bring some rain, but the city doesn’t typically see huge downpours.

The capital of Argentina may be just your cup of tea if you like a more low-key Christmas experience than what you find in Europe and North America. But it’s not totally quiet.

Daniel Beauregard of LandingPadBA.com writes you can expect a fireworks display on Christmas Eve and that many of city’s most famous tango shows remain open.

Buenos Aires is known for it’s great food, and come Christmas, pan dulce (a sweet cake with dried fruits) and ensalada de fruta con helado (fruit salad with ice cream) are favorites.

Kolkata, India

A group of young people takes a selfie during Christmas Eve celebrations on Park Street in Kolkata.

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Average temperature in December: 19.5 C / 67.1 F

December brings blessed relief to Kolkata — it’s typically the driest month and in a tie with January for the coolest. But what may be “winter weather” to a Kolkata native will feel pleasingly temperate to a visitor from truly cold climes.

While Hindus make up the majority and Muslims make up the largest minority, the 40,000 or so Christians in Kolkata put on a robust celebration for Christmas that everyone can enjoy.

A highlight of the holiday season is the annual Kolkata Christmas Festival, situated on the major thoroughfare of Park Street. During the festival, you’ll find food stalls (delicious Bengali cuisine!), musical performances and a children’s pageant.

Kolkata can offer the best of both worlds in one place — a chance to celebrate Christmas and a chance to experience other religions and cultures.

Medellin, Colombia

People look at the spectacular Christmas lights in Medellin.

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Average temperature in December: 20.9 C / 69.6 F

Colombia lies firmly in the tropics, but Medellin, situated at an elevation of about 1,475 meters (4,840 feet), is high enough to enjoy springlike temperatures all year.

Once notorious for drug violence, this city of around 2 million people is now becoming known more for its flowers and during the holiday, its amazing Christmas lights.

Medellin is a serious contender for best Christmas lights in the world, and you can find out more about where to see the Alumbrados Navideños at Medillinliving. com.

Naples, Florida

Naples, Florida, often has some of the warmest temperatures in the continental United States around Christmas.

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Average temperature in December: 19 C / 66.2 F

Your odds of a warm Christmas on the continental United States can swing wildly, but the lovely Gulf Coast city of Naples in Southwest Florida will be one of your best bets. There’s a good chance you could mark the holiday in pair of shorts (at least during the day). Better yet — South Florida is in its dry season by December.

Paradisecoast.com rounds up some of the best holiday events.

That includes the annual boat parade (Saturday, December 21), when a festive flotilla displays all sorts of imaginative and fun lights.

San Fernando, Philippines

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Average temperature in December: 26.1 C / 79.0 F

This Asian hot spot barely edges out Barbados as the warmest destination on average in our roundup. And what can you expect besides a wonderful balmy feeling in this city north of Manila?

In a word: Lanterns. Giant, colorful, mesmerizing Christmas lanterns that symbolize the Star of Bethlehem.

The Giant Lantern Festival, which goes back more than 80 years, has earned San Fernando the title of “Christmas Capital of the Philippines.” It started as a smaller celebration by locals for locals, but it’s gotten increasingly bigger and garnered more travel interest in recent years.

And this part of the Philippines is usually exiting its rainy season by December, so there’s a good chance rain won’t dampen the festivities.

Seville, Spain

If you want a warm-as-possible Christmas while staying on continental Europe, Seville is one of your best bets.

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Average temperature in December: 11 C / 51.8 F

We go from the warmest location on average in the roundup to the coolest with Seville. But for people who want to spend a memorable Christmas on continental Europe without freezing, this is one of your best options.

You might find night lows down to 7 degrees C (45 F), but this is nothing a sweater or light coat can’t handle.

If you need more convincing, the Telegraph newspaper in the United Kingdom proclaimed Seville as the best winter city in Europe.

You might be particularly impressed by Seville’s Belen displays, sumptuous nativity scenes with long queues (for good reason). And attending a service or taking a tour at the stunning Seville Cathedral would be a highlight of any Christmas trip.

The 10 Hottest Places to Spend the Holidays

Ditch your dreams of a White Christmas this year. After all, winter and its frightful snowstorms will last for another three months. Instead, head to one of these 10 destinations where the weather averages in the high 70s in December, with a few temperatures easily climbing past 80 degrees F.

  • Guanacaste, Costa Rica: 81 degrees

    Boasting an average tropical temperature of 81 degrees (and plenty of humidity) with picture perfect beaches and largely untouched rainforests, Costa Rica will quickly banish the winter blues. The country’s emphasis on “Pura Vida” is also exactly what you’ll need after a long month of in-your-face seasonal marketing. The Andaz Papagayo in Guanacaste is a 153-room luxury room on Culebra Bay, close to national parks, secret beaches, an indigenous reserve, and the Rincon de la Vieja volcano.

  • Miami: 78 degrees

    Incredibly easy to get to and with an average of 78 degrees in December, Miami Beach is always a good idea when seeking sunshine and warmth. Check into the swish Miami Beach EDITION, located on the main thoroughfare of Collins Avenue, but just north of the most crowded part of South Beach. If, for some reason, you find yourself missing the cold, take a spin on the ice-skating rink in the hotel’s basement. And then head back up to the beach.

  • Sydney, Australia: 80 degrees

    The summer season begins on December 1 Down Under and by the time Christmas arrives, the temperature will be an average of 80 degrees. The minimalist rooms at the Park Hyatt Sydney offer unreal views of the iconic Sydney Opera House and the Harbor Bridge, all with private balconies. And since you’ve come all this way, extend your stay through New Year’s Eve to watch the fireworks show in the harbor.

  • Auckland, New Zealand: 75 degrees

    American Airlines just announced daily service from Los Angeles to Auckland—New Zealand’s largest city—which averages about 75 degrees in December. The Langham Auckland, located at the top of the city’s main shopping district, plans on celebrating Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and Boxing Day with several dinners and holiday-themed teas.

  • Maldives: 80 degrees

    Yes, Santa Claus even comes to the Maldives, where temperatures are often in the low 80s in December. Guests at the Jumeirah Vittaveli, a 20-minute catamaran ride away from the Malé airport, will get a visit from Kris Kringle himself on Christmas Day. They can also take a submarine ride to check out the resort’s underwater Christmas tree.

  • Puerto Rico: 84 degrees

    Christmastime weather in Puerto Rico is typically 84 degrees, just the right temperature for water sports like kayaking, scuba diving, and snorkeling. You can do all of that at the St. Regis Bahía Beach Resort, located on a former coconut plantation between the Espíritu Santo River and El Yunque rain forest with two miles of private beach. For a little Christmas flair, the resort will unveil a “village” of gingerbread houses and Santa will shimmy into the lobby on Christmas.

  • Buenos Aires, Argentina: 80 degrees

    While Paris, France is rather nippy in December, the Paris of South America, Buenos Aires, is usually a balmy 80 degrees, a perfect temperature to explore the dynamic city, especially before the peak tourist season begins. The Home Hotel in the Palermo Hollywood neighborhood offers subtly cool lodgings in a residential and laid-back part of town.

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  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: 84 degrees

    Forgo flavored lattes and snow boots for refreshing caipirinhas and Havaianas sandals in Rio, where the average temperature in December is 84 degrees. The Fasano Hotel along Ipanema beach has an infinity pool overlooking the ocean that will make winter seem so very, very far away.

  • Nicaragua: 83 degrees

    Still a largely under-the-radar destination, Nicaragua is a toasty 83 degrees in December. Two hours from the country’s two airports by car, there’s Rancho Santana, a 17-room inn along two miles of shoreline with Pacific ocean views from every room. Instead of shoveling snow and salting steps, you could be surfing, mountain biking, hiking, kayaking, and horseback riding instead.

  • Penang, Malaysia: 86 degrees

    With an average temperature of 86 degrees, Penang is about as far as you can get from “Miracle on 34th Street. ” While the foodie spots of Penang are not to be missed, unwind at the Shangri-La Rasa Sayang Resort where tropical spa treatments take place in private villas.

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10 Cities Report 2021 as Hottest Year on Record; U.S. Sees Warmest December in History

The United States saw abnormally high temperatures and extreme weather events in 2021 as the nation experienced its warmest December in history and several cities reported last year as their hottest year yet.

Three different reports were released on Monday saying the U.S. is struggling with global warming and 2021 showed the effects of what’s to come.

Last year was the fourth warmest year on record with an average temperature of 54. 5 degrees, according to a report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The United States also recorded the hottest December on record with an average temperature of 39.3 degrees, 6.7 degrees higher than average.

The warmer weather has been noticeable across the country as several cities reported 2021 as their hottest year on record. The 10 cities include Toledo, Ohio; Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan; Montpelier, Vermont; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Erie, Pennsylvania; Buffalo, New York; Boston, Massachusetts; Bismarck, North Dakota; Baltimore, Maryland; and Akron, Ohio.

The country also saw a series of bizarre weather disasters last year. Portland reported temperatures reaching 116 degrees after an extreme heatwave hit the Pacific Northwest.

Texas reported deadly ice storms; the Midwest reported tornados for the first time in December; four hurricanes caused extensive damage; wildfires swept across part of the country; a derecho was reported; as well as extensive flooding, mudslides and droughts.

“It was a tough year. Climate change has taken a shotgun approach to hazards across the country,” said Adam Smith a climatologist and economist for NOAA.

Last year was the fourth warmest year on record in the United States, according to a report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The U.S. also recorded the hottest December on record. The country endured a series of bizarre weather disasters as well. Above, a kayaker paddles in Lake Oroville as water levels remained low due to continuing droughts in Oroville, California, on Aug. 22, 2021.
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A report from the Rhodium Group, an independent research firm, on Monday said that in 2021, America’s emissions of heat-trapping gas rebounded from the first year of the pandemic at a faster rate than the economy as a whole, making it harder to reach the country’s pledge to the world to cut emissions in half compared to 2005 by 2030. And last year was the deadliest weather year for the contiguous United States since 2011, with 688 people dying in 20 different billion-dollar weather and climate disasters combining to cost at least $145 billion, the NOAA said Monday.

That was the second highest number of billion-dollar weather disasters — which are adjusted for inflation with records going back to 1980— and third costliest.

Scientists have long said human-caused climate change makes extreme weather nastier and more frequent, documenting numerous links to wild and deadly weather events. They say hotter air and oceans and melting sea ice alter the jet stream, which brings and stalls storm fronts, makes hurricanes wetter and stronger, and worsens western droughts and wildfires.

While 2020 set the record for the most billion-dollar disasters, in 2021, “the extremes seemed a bit more profound than in 2020,” Smith said.

Last year, billion-dollar weather disasters were more than twice as deadly as in 2020, when those extremes killed 262 people. The last deadlier year was 2011. Hurricane Maria in 2017 killed nearly 3,000 people in Puerto Rico, which isn’t part of the contiguous United States.

Changes in where people live and housing vulnerability were factors, Smith said, “but the 800-pound gorilla in the room is, of course, climate change, because that’s accelerating all of these trends in regards to disaster potential for damage.

“We’re having these compound cascading events one after another, after another,” Smith said. “A lot of trends are going in the wrong direction.”

The last five years have cost $742 billion in 86 separate billion-dollar weather disasters, an average of more than 17 a year, a new record. That’s nearly $100 billion more than the combined total of all the billion-dollar disasters from 1980 to 2004, adjusted for inflation and far more the three billion-dollar disasters a year that the nation averaged in the 1980s.

“That’s exactly what I’d expect with climate change because climate change is essentially supercharging many types of extreme weather, making heatwaves, droughts, wildfires, intense rainfall, flooding and storms more severe, destructive and deadly,” said Jonathan Overpeck, dean of environmental studies at the University of Michigan, who wasn’t part of the reports.

National temperature records go back 127 years and the 20th century average is 52 degrees.

Experts expected U. S. greenhouse emissions to increase from the steep 2020 pandemic dive, but the scope of the jumped worried them.

“What was dismaying was that emissions bounced back even faster than the economy as a whole,” said Rhodium Group partner Kate Larsen, a co-author of the emissions report, which was based on daily and weekly government data.

Coal use increased for the first time since 2014, 17% from 2020, mostly because of spikes in natural gas prices, Larsen said.

“This is an example of how we’ve been riding on cheap natural gas to drive coal’s decline over the last 15 years,” Larsen said.

The other major factor was transportation emissions, mostly from long-haul diesel trucking, rising 10 percent, as freight nearly returned to pre-pandemic levels and is likely to continue to rise, Larsen said.

Over the long run, U.S. greenhouse gas emissions have been decreasing — even with 2021’s jump from the sudden 2020 plunge. However, last year’s emissions increases the difficulty in reaching the goal President Joe Biden set as part of the Paris and Glasgow climate agreements, Larsen said. She said to get to the 50 percent cut Biden pledged, the country needs to be reducing emissions 5 percent a year, not increasing.

“We are running out of time,” she said.

Cornell University climate scientist Natalie Mahowald, who wasn’t part of the reports, agreed.

“The radical changes in our economy that are required for reaching low climate goals have not been achieved,” Mahowald said. “Unfortunately, what we are seeing today is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of what we will see unless substantial reductions in emissions are made and quickly.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

What’s The Warmest Place To Visit In Florida In December? – Trip Memos

If you’re searching for a way to escape that dreaded December chill, you’ve probably considered vacationing in Florida. As the nation’s southernmost state, Florida enjoys mild subtropical and tropical weather conditions.

That doesn’t mean it can’t get chilly in the Sunshine State. Vacationers who are keen to feel Florida’s warmth must read the research we’ve done on this topic.

Generally speaking, the further south you travel in Florida, the warmer temps you’ll experience.

Two of Florida’s “hottest” cities for December tourists are Miami and Key West. However, that doesn’t mean temps are “freezing” in popular Central Florida locations like Orlando. Even if you’re traveling in North Florida, it’s rare for temps to dip below 40° F in December. 

December is typically one of Florida’s busiest months for tourism. Not only are visitors interested in this state’s warm weather, but they also want to check out the many holiday-related festivities.

If you’re planning a December trip to the Sunshine State, we’d recommend reading all the pro tips we’ve compiled below.

What Are The Warmest Florida Destinations In December?

Tourists who want to experience Florida’s warmest temps must plan a trip to southern counties like Miami-Dade, Collier, or Monroe.

Only Florida’s southern regions are technically in a “tropical climate zone.” This translates to higher average temperatures versus central and northern cities. 

For instance, Miami has an average December low in the high 60° F range. If you travel even further to the Florida Keys, you’ll probably experience temps in the mid-70s F. Indeed; the Florida Keys are the only region in the USA that is 100 percent frost-free!

The further north you travel in Florida, the more likely you could experience a cold snap during your December vacation. It’s not unheard of for a cold front to dip into the Florida Panhandle or Central Florida during the winter months. 

Depending on where you travel, you may experience daytime temps in the 40° F range during your vacation. Be sure to closely monitor weather conditions for your target area before deciding what clothes to pack. Chances are you’ll need at least a light jacket for those late-night strolls in Central or Northern counties.

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Bottom line: If you want warm weather, you’ve got to book a South Florida vacation. Luckily for you, there’s a ton to see in these sizzling hot counties. In fact, you could check out our post on the “66 Things To Do In The Florida Keys” for fun vacation ideas.  

What’s The Weather Like In Florida In December?

Although there are slight regional variations, Florida has the mildest winter weather pattern in the USA. No matter where you are, daytime temps are usually in the 60° F range, and rain chances are low.

Even in the northern cities like Jacksonville or Tallahassee, it’s unlikely daytime lows will dip below 40° F during your stay. 

However, as mentioned above, Florida’s southern counties will have the best chance of warm temps. Daytime weather conditions in Miami, Naples, and the Florida Keys are usually in the 70° F range. 

That’s not to say Florida can’t experience chilly winds or even freezing nights. Indeed, there have been at least a dozen significant freezes in Florida’s past. Sadly, when these unseasonably cold temps occur, they can cause considerable damage to the state’s citrus industry. 

Please don’t assume you could get away with a T-shirt and shorts when visiting Florida in December. Indeed, you should pack some autumn clothes in your luggage if you’re visiting Northern or Central cities. 

Anne’s note:

We lived in Central Florida for a year, between the summer of 2021 and the summer of 2022. Our house was near Orlando. We could go out in shorts and teeshirts even on December nights. Can you imagine watching Christmas displays dressed like that? That’s Florida for ya!

We did experience a couple of cold spells during January and February. They were short and mild. Only once did we get a frost on our lawn, and that only lasted for a few hours.

My husband and son walking through Christmas decorations in our neighborhood. Short sleeves and shorts!

Oh yeah, and please don’t forget to apply sunscreen regularly when you’re going out! 

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If you’d like more info on visiting Florida in the winter, be sure to read this previous post entitled, “When’s The Best Time To Visit Florida?”

Can You Swim In The Ocean In December In Florida?

Although winter isn’t the “peak season” for swimming in Florida’s oceans, that doesn’t mean you can’t swim during the winter. However, you may find the water is a touch too chilly if you visit the Northern or Central beaches. 

For the most comfortable swimming experience, it’s best to look into beaches in southern cities like Naples, Key West, and Miami. Since the average temps in South Florida are hotter than in other regions, it makes sense that the water here is warmer.

Also, southern attractions like John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park offer better snorkeling opportunities in the winter. You could learn more about this Key Largo attraction in our thorough “John Pennekamp Park Guide.”

If you’re dead set on swimming in Northern or Central Florida, you should invest in a wetsuit to keep you warm. Otherwise, research the hotels in your area and see if they have heated pools.  

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For a more in-depth discussion of water temps in Florida, please read our post on “Swimming In Florida During The Wintertime.”

Is Disney World Crowded In December?

For many families, the primary reason for visiting Florida in December is to experience an extra-magical Disney Christmas. But some tourists complain it’s a lot more “frantic” than festive at this uber-popular resort. So, just how crowded does it get in the Magic Kingdom? 

Usually, Disney World gets incredibly busy between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Day. In fact, it gets so crowded at these parks that employees typically have to turn some guests away.

Check out this compilation of Christmas day pics in Disney World:

If you’re going to travel in the heat of the holiday season, you have to do a lot of prep work beforehand. Be sure you book your hotel room months in advance and get to your chosen park early in the morning. 

For a better chance of avoiding these crazy crowds, you should schedule your vacation for the first two weeks of December. While you’ll still get to experience the holiday festivities, there shouldn’t be as many people as later in the month. 

By the way, these crowd-related tips also apply to the popular Universal Orlando theme park. So, anyone who wants a Potter-themed Christmas party should book their hotel rooms early. 

FYI: Please remember the Magic Kingdom sometimes closes early for “Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party.” If you want to go to this event, you have to purchase a special ticket well in advance. Be sure to research when these party dates when booking your Disney vacation. 

Anne’s note:

All of the parks offered special programs for Christmas. While they all seemed extremely attractive, they were also very expensive.

 

Is The Everglades Open In December?

December is one of the best months to visit the Everglades National Park. Tourists to this South Florida park won’t have to worry about excessive humidity, tons of mosquitos, or hurricanes when visiting in December.

For more info on visiting this South Florida park, please check out our previous “Everglades Visitor’s Guide.”

Anne’s note:

We visited the Everglades twice. Visiting in winter time meant the temperatures were ok, but it was still very warm. Even hot! When we were visiting Shark Valley, the temperatures climbed up to the 90s and we had to cut our hike short.

Alligators sunbathing in the Everglades – at winter time

The Everglades are FANTASTIC during winter time. Florida wildlife is actually more active and visible during wintertime.

If you’re visiting Florida in December, make sure to go out and view the wildlife. Check out my guide about where to see alligators in Florida for specific locations.

Does It Snow In Florida During December?

Chances are, the only “snow” you’re going to see in Florida is the fake soapy suds they shoot out in Orlando theme parks. While snow isn’t impossible in the Sunshine State, it’s extremely rare. 

If you’re going to see real snow on Florida vacation, odds are you’ll see it in a Northern city like Saint Augustine. However, even these “snowstorms” are more like “flurries.” 

For those who like trivia: There was one freak day in 1977 when it snowed in Miami. So, while it’s unlikely you’ll see snow on your Florida vacation, stranger things have happened! 

Warm Up With A December Florida Vacation!

It doesn’t take a NASA scientist to explain why Florida is such a “hot” tourist spot in December. Though if you’re looking to talk to one, then Florida – and specifically the Kennedy Space Center – is where you should go!

Thanks to its southern location, Florida enjoys wonderfully warm temps year-round. Also, there are loads of festive decorations and events at some of the state’s most popular theme parks.

However, we’d still recommend packing some long pants and a jacket, especially if you visit Northern or Central Florida. While it’s unlikely temps will dip below 40° F, chilly nights are common in these regions. 

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Weather in Zanzibar in December

December marks the end of the low rainy season in Zanzibar and a relatively dry and hot season. Not to say that the air temperature is much higher than in the summer and autumn months, but still the high temperature and humidity should be kept in mind when planning a vacation on the famous island in the first month of winter. Note that it is quite warm this month not only during the day, but also at night, since the usual night temperature for Zanzibar in December is 28 degrees.

The water in the Indian Ocean near Zanzibar in December warms up to a temperature of around 29 degrees. So you just have to choose a good beach for swimming and enjoy a beach holiday. We generally recommend Kendwa Beach as well as Nungwi Beach. On the latter, however, not all parts of the beach are ideal for swimming. But Nungwi is, in principle, the most developed resort area in Zanzibar, which also needs to be borne in mind.

But let’s get back to the weather on the island and give you the average climate data in December:

  • Daytime average 31.9°C
  • Average temperature at night – 27.1 °C
  • Average rainfall – 112 mm



It rains in Zanzibar in December, but in most cases for the guests of the island they are a pleasant gift, which is so necessary during a hot day. If you imagine a sky covered with clouds for several days and heavy rainfall, then we will immediately say that your ideas are wrong. The weather this month is generally great and we rank December as one of the best months to visit Zanzibar.

Weather in mainland Tanzania

December is one of the most popular months for safari in Tanzania. And the point is not only that at the end of December many people come to the country to celebrate Christmas and New Year, but also that the conditions for a safari at this time are very good: dry and not very hot weather during the day, cool evenings . .. Not We recommend that you go only to the parks of Western Tanzania in December, as there are few animals in these parks this month. But the parks of Western Tanzania are not very popular among travelers.

It is important to remember that in the second half of the month a lot of travelers come to Tanzania for safaris, so it is advisable to book safari tours in advance. Even if tickets remain, then, most likely, for dates that are not the most convenient for you.

Based on our experience, we can say that the period from December 20 to January 20 is the season of peak demand for safari, and not everyone manages to fulfill their dream and go on a safari due to the elementary lack of air tickets and / or the occupancy of hotels and lodges.

National park temperature (day/night)

  • Selous Park – 31°C / 21°C
  • Ngorongoro Park – 24°C / 16°C
  • Serengeti Park – 28°C / 16°C
  • Tarangire Park – 28°C / 18°C ​​
  • Lake Manyara Park – 30°C / 19°C

Where to go on vacation in Zanzibar in December

You may have already encountered cases when the weather is different in different parts of a seemingly small island. There are no places on Zanzibar that differ in weather from the rest of the island, since the landscape here is completely flat. Of course, there may be times when it rains on the east coast and the sun shines on Nungwi beach in the north. But this does not mean any kind of rule, since, we repeat, the climate throughout the island in December (and all year round as a whole) is the same.

How to get to Zanzibar in December

The charter flight program from our country to Zanzibar in November 2020 will be implemented by 3 airlines: Nord Wind, Azur Air and Royal Flight. Flights will be operated not only from Moscow, but also from other Russian cities such as Novosibirsk, Kazan, Krasnoyarsk, Rostov-on-Don, Samara and St. Petersburg. It is worth paying attention to the fact that the frequency of airline flights will vary.

Also, flights from Moscow to Zanzibar from the end of November will be launched by Utair, on whose official website you can buy tickets. The tour operator Biblio-Globus will form its tours based on the flights of this airline, while Pegas, Anex Tour, Intourist and Coral Travel will form their tours based on the flights of Azur Air, Royal Flight and Nord Wind.

In addition, you can fly to Zanzibar in December thanks to regular flights with transfers in Dubai and Istanbul. In order to get to the island through Istanbul, you should use the services of Turkish Airlines, and the flight through Dubai is organized by Emirates. However, it is worth noting that Turkish Airlines periodically cancels its flights.

Probably in the near future other options for flights to Zanzibar from Russia will be offered.

Vacation in Zanzibar in December

As mentioned above, December is a rather popular month in Zanzibar, especially its second half, when a large number of travelers come here to celebrate Christmas and New Year. Therefore, expect overcrowded hotels and an excess of demand over supply for excursions and safaris. We all know this from our own experience.

However, December 2020 may stand out in this regard, but so far everything is moving towards the fact that tourism in Zanzibar and Tanzania in general will recover quite quickly.

December is a good month for sea excursions and fishing, although the possibility of the ocean closing for a day or two cannot be completely ruled out. Land tours are less popular at this time due to the hot weather, so we recommend visiting Stone Town during the Prison Island + Disappearing Island + Stone Town combo tour, as the Stone Town tour will be short and will take place in the afternoon.

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Weather in the Dominican Republic, temperature by months 9002 B The climate of the Dominican Republic is completely unpredictable.

It seems that the sun is shining in the morning, but after half an hour a tropical downpour can begin, and by noon the sky will again be cloudless! On the other hand, throughout the year, the air temperature stays almost at the same level – about 30 degrees Celsius, which means that the beach season here lasts all year round. Although different months are a little cooler or hotter, a little more humid or dry.

We live on an island and today we will tell you how the weather in the Dominican Republic changes from month to month.

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Weather in the Dominican Republic in January

Late December-early January is the most popular time to visit the Dominican Republic. And it’s not just that many people want to spend the New Year holidays under palm trees on the ocean.

It is during this period that the weather in the Dominican Republic is the most beautiful – the sun almost constantly shines, a weak warm breeze blows from the ocean, the air temperature is around 27-28 C degrees.

During this period, it can sometimes rain, but they do not cause much trouble – tropical showers in January are most often short and very warm.

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Weather in the Dominican Republic in February

The last month of winter is the driest month of the year in the Dominican Republic. The air temperature during this period during the day on average stays at + 26 ° С – + 28 ° С. The water temperature in the ocean is also about +26°C.

There is especially little rain during this period, but this does not mean that the sky will be cloudless. In the tropics, it is extremely rare to see the sky without a single cloud.

It is believed that the ocean is the coldest in February, but you must admit – 26 degrees for a Russian tourist is very warm!

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Weather in the Dominican Republic in March

but it seems a little hotter. The air in the daytime still warms up to +28-30°C, and the water in the sea – almost +26-28°C.

During this period, ocean currents are weaker than in winter.

That is, the weather favors swimming, excursions, and outdoor activities.

Weather in the Dominican Republic in April

It is believed that in April the rainy season should begin in the Dominican Republic. Precipitation this month is still not too much, but still the rest becomes not so cloudless. Sometimes the rain can charge for the whole day.

If you suddenly get unlucky with the weather, we recommend going on an excursion to Santo Domingo – in this region of the Dominican Republic it rains the least.

The average air temperature in April in the Dominican Republic is slightly higher than in March – about 30°C during the day, and 24°C – 25°C at night, the water temperature rises to about +27-29°C.

Weather in the Dominican Republic in May

Real tropical showers happen in May, but fortunately, mostly at night. Clear weather for the whole day happens much less often at this time, but a real show is going on in the sky – clouds and clouds of all kinds, sizes and shades that can only be seen in the tropics!

Quite strong, although warm winds can blow during this period. The air becomes noticeably more humid. The air temperature during the day is still around +30°С, and the ocean warms up to +28°С.

Photographer Alexey Raevsky

The weather in the Dominican Republic in June

But still more often there are fine days. During the day the air temperature is about +30°С, water – about 28°С.

June officially marks the beginning of hurricane season in the Caribbean. However, you definitely should not worry, in the Dominican Republic, real hurricanes are extremely rare, and even if they do, then closer to the end of summer.

Weather in the Dominican Republic in July

In July, the Dominican Republic is often affected by tropical cyclones. Therefore, the weather is unstable. Heavy rains, squalls, storms and significant pressure drops are quite likely. It rains most often at night and early in the morning.

Daytime air temperature in July averages around +30°C, and water around +28°C.

Weather in the Dominican Republic in August

The hottest days in the Dominican Republic are in August. And just in this month, the largest amount of precipitation falls. At night, thunderstorms are accompanied by beautiful lightning and loud peals of thunder.

In August, the average air temperature is the maximum of the year, sometimes reaching +32°С. Humidity is also the highest.

Weather in the Dominican Republic in September

Most often, typhoons and tropical hurricanes came to the Dominican Republic just in September. Although, in general, no one will insure against such a disaster at any other time of the year. Another thing is that hurricanes most often hit the western part of the island – the Republic of Haiti, and hit the Dominican Republic only in the form of prolonged precipitation.

Nevertheless, in September you can have a wonderful rest in the Dominican Republic. Dominican weather in early autumn is humid, hot, the temperature rises to + 31 ° C, and the water warms up to + 29°C.

Read also: The best beaches in the Dominican Republic for weddings and photo shoots

Weather in the Dominican Republic in October

not grown, as before the new year. A great time to travel around the country with excursions, get acquainted with its culture and traditions.

The weather in October is stable. Precipitation is not too much, and the temperature is about the same as in September: air around +30°С, water – +29°C.

Photographer Aleksey Kryuchkov

Weather in the Dominican Republic in November

Weather in November contributes to a good rest – this is the beginning of a high tourist season. But storms and rain are still possible. Follow the forecasts – in recent years, climate changes on our planet have led to the fact that even in November, prolonged rains can occur in the Dominican Republic.

The average daily temperature in the Dominican Republic in November is about 28°C, but it can reach 30°C, but the water temperature drops to +28°C.

Weather in the Dominican Republic in December

The Dominican Republic is the most popular time and place in the world in December. Nowhere else during this period is there such a warm sea and such a festively bright sun.

The air temperature on the island during the day is +28-29°С, and the water temperature is about +27°С. There are usually no strong rains and winds in December, so you can be sure that your vacation will not be spoiled by bad weather.

However, holidays in the Dominican Republic in December are not so cheap – during the Christmas and New Year holidays, hotels and airlines significantly raise prices for their services.

We hope you find this Dominican Weather review helpful when planning your trip to this wonderful country. Let your vacation in the Dominican Republic become an unforgettable memory for a lifetime.

If you still have questions about the weather in the Dominican Republic, be sure to ask them in the comments to this article, and we will definitely answer you.

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December – Chelyabinsk hydrometeorological center

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Climatic features of December in the territory of the Chelyabinsk region.

In December, winter finally comes into its own. December has the shortest days and the longest nights, the longest of the winter months, the duration of precipitation and the duration of snowstorms.

The average air temperature in December is minus 12-14 degrees. In warm years it rises to minus 6-8 degrees, in cold years it drops to minus 22-25 degrees. During the month, both thaws and bitter frosts can be observed. During the thaw, the maximum air temperature reaches 4-8 degrees. In the city of Chelyabinsk on December 31, 19For 47 years, the maximum air temperature was 6. 5 degrees Celsius. When frosty weather sets in, the absolute minimum air temperature is minus 40-48 degrees, in the city of Chelyabinsk – minus 42 degrees, on the snow surface – minus 43-55 degrees, in the city of Chelyabinsk – minus 46 degrees. The duration of thaws and severe frosts is short, 1-3 days.

Average monthly relative humidity is 79-85%. Atmospheric pressure is on average 735-745 mm Hg, in the city of Chelyabinsk – 744 mm Hg. In some years, it drops to 707 mm Hg. or rises to 768 mm Hg. In the city of Chelyabinsk, the pressure ranges from 715-768 mm Hg.

With the reduction of daylight hours, the duration of sunshine in December also decreases. The total duration of sunshine does not exceed an average of 45-68 hours.

34-42 mm of precipitation falls in the northern half of the region, 19-25 mm in the southern half. In some years, the amount of precipitation, as it exceeds the norm by 2-4 times (40-85 mm), is also below the norm by 6-13 times (0-6 mm). So, in the city of Chelyabinsk in December 1926, heavy snowfalls were observed, precipitation fell 1.7 times more than usual. And on December 19For 74 years there were almost none (4%). The number of days with precipitation of 1 mm or more varies from 6 to 13. Most of the precipitation falls in the form of snow and, as an exception, in the form of sleet and rain.

The total duration of snowfalls averages 136-222 hours. The maximum duration of snowfalls in the city of Chelyabinsk is 254 hours.

West, south and southwest winds prevail. The average monthly wind speed is 2-4 m/s, in the city of Chelyabinsk – 3 m/s. With a squally wind increase, the maximum gust of wind reaches 18-28 m/s. In the city of Chelyabinsk – 20-24 m/s.

In December, snowstorms are observed for 7-10 days. In some years, the number of days with a snowstorm can reach 13-23 days, in the city of Chelyabinsk – 13 days. The total duration of snowstorms is 40-70 hours, in mountainous areas – 55-95 hours. Especially strong snowstorms are observed when cyclones leave the Atlantic, and snowstorms begin at a wind speed of 6-8 m/s.

Fog and icy-rime phenomena are observed on average within 1-7 days.

Compared to November, the depth of snow cover in December increases by almost 2 times and averages 10-20 cm in open areas, and 30-40 cm in areas protected from the wind. In snowy winters, the height of snow can reach 35-55 cm, and in the forest 65-70 cm. In winters with little snow, snow falls only by mid-December, and in these cases, by the end of the month, its height does not exceed 1-5 cm.

By the end of December, the soil freezes by an average of 50-80 cm, in the northwestern regions – by 30-40 cm.



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Climate and weather in Thailand according to months of 2022, the rainy season in Thailand – NGS.TOURISM

Here you can find information about the weather in Thailand by months: average air and water temperatures, average monthly rainfall.

Thailand is perhaps the most popular holiday destination among Russians. This is due to many factors, including the climate of Thailand plays an important role. The weather in Thailand is generally good at any time of the year. The local climate can be described as humid tropical, subtropical. But still, the weather in Thailand by months differs significantly in resort areas.

The rainy season in Thailand lasts differently depending on the climate zone, but usually it starts in May and lasts until November. The rains are brought here by the southwest monsoons, but avid holidaymakers in Thailand should not be afraid of the rains. At most resorts, they are short-lived and insignificant. In the off-season, namely in the autumn months, it is not very hot. Temperatures average 28 degrees Celsius. At this time, it is very rainy in the kingdom, especially in Phuket. December is the peak of the Dodge season in Phuket. December is the coldest month by local standards.

The hottest period of and the most favorable time for rest is probably from February to May itself. During this period, you can enjoy a great vacation under the hot sun of Thailand and get a lot of vivid impressions from the famous Thai shows. True, the flow of tourists during the season is also impressive, but for those who love noisy and active holidays, this is not an obstacle.

  • January is one of the best months to travel to Thailand. Gentle sea, soft beaches, summer sun – what else do you need to get the most out of a beach holiday? Well, perhaps the popular and spectacular cultural events that Thailand is famous for literally all over the world! In January, the average air temperature is about 30 degrees, for most tourists this is the most comfortable . ..

  • Thai February is a favorite time for tourists to relax. The weather in February in Thailand differs slightly from January , but the air and water in the sea still become warmer. Just like in January, this month has practically no precipitation and the lowest air humidity of the year. February in Thailand is the most pleasant travel experience: sightseeing places in Thailand, famous Thai shows and excursions …

  • March is a great time to relax in Thailand. As a rule, in March it is always clear and sunny. The winter heat is slowly subsiding, and the rainy season is still far away. But still, in some areas of Thailand, small rains still begin to “splatter”. In a word, the weather in March in Thailand is conducive to a relaxing holiday. The average air temperature in March is 33 degrees Celsius. In March you won’t…

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    stays at 29 degrees. The weather in April in Thailand is ideal for those
    who love the hot sun, but do not mind freshening up. In many parts of Thailand begin
    light rains, the most comfortable rest in Pattaya …

  • Thailand is popular at almost any time of the year, even if the Thai sky is “crying” with its tropical showers. The weather in May in Thailand is almost the hottest and most humid. The air temperature is about 35 degrees, and the water is 30. May is the rainy season in Thailand. But what can I say, no rains scare Russian tourists. They are happy to rest in Pattaya and Koh Samui. This is explained…

  • Despite its raininess, holidays in Thailand in June are very much in demand. In June, a fairly large amount of precipitation falls, the air temperature drops by a couple of degrees compared to May and is about 30-32 degrees Celsius. Despite this, the water temperature allows you to swim, and tourists actively continue to relax. In addition, it rains mostly in the late afternoon, but during the day, …

  • Thailand in July is a favorite rainy month. The heat here is also kept at 33 degrees. The water in the sea also pleases with its temperature, 29 degrees is the optimal temperature for swimming. In general, the weather in July in Thailand is identical to the weather in June. Let the showers do not scare tourists, they usually go in the evening and at night. In the daytime, nothing interferes with outdoor activities, swimming or carefree “doing nothing” …

  • At different resorts in Thailand, the weather in August can be very different. However, in general, showers and rains continue. The average temperature fluctuates around 30-33 degrees, and the water in the sea – 29-30 degrees. Yet most tourists do not attach much importance to the term “rainy season”. Indeed, in Thailand it is not so critical, because during the day the sun almost always shines! Weather in August in Thailand…

  • September Thailand is rain mixed with downpours! Nevertheless, September promises to be exciting for those who decide to travel to Thailand. The temperature of the water in the sea and air is still kept at 28 degrees Celsius. The weather in September in Thailand is perhaps not the most comfortable for a holiday. The September weather in Thailand, as a rule, scares away Europeans, but not Russians. Many Russians…

  • Thailand promises to be hot and humid in October. In October, the weather in Thailand makes everything literally bloom and smell! Trees and flowers bloom and the kingdom itself revives. The rains are still pouring, but they are no longer so protracted, their duration is on average 5-10 minutes. The water temperature drops slightly compared to the summer months, but 31 degrees Celsius…

  • November weather in Thailand is a mix of comfort and warmth. Finally, the rain stops. The season starts. This month you can enjoy the Thai sun to your heart’s content. The average temperature is 32 degrees. Thailand attracts tourists from all over the world. Perhaps the most favorable vacation in November is in Pattaya. There are practically no Dodges here. In second place in terms of comfort is …

  • The weather in Thailand in December is very similar to November. Dry, warm and sunny. Here is the peak of the season. The warm sea pleases tourists with the possibility of scuba diving. And this opportunity is worth taking advantage of, because the underwater world of the Andaman Sea will impress you very much. The air temperature is still around 28-31 degrees. The water in the sea retains its former warmth and stays at 27 degrees. December…

Monthly weather in Australia

Australia

Australia is a country that occupies the smallest continent on the planet with a size of about 7. 7 million km 2 . The country has no land borders, and in the Pacific and Indian Ocean, its closest neighbors are New Guinea, Indonesia, Fiji, the Solomon Islands and New Zealand.

The length of the coastline reaches almost 20 thousand km. In the Coral Sea, washing the mainland from the northeast, is the world’s largest coral reef – the Great Barrier Reef. In the east of the country is the Great Dividing Range, and in the southeast – the Australian Alps (the highest point is Mount Kosciuszko, 2228 m). Australia is a continent with an arid climate, where precipitation is 5 times less than in Africa. About 70% of the continent is occupied by deserts and semi-deserts – Gibson, Greater and Lesser Sandy, Victoria, etc.

Mainland Australia is characterized by 3 climatic zones: subtropical, subequatorial, tropical. Tasmania is located in a temperate climate zone. The country is in the southern hemisphere, which means that Australia has summer during our winter, and vice versa. If you are going to spend your vacation in this country, look at the weather calendar for months to better organize your vacation.

Weather in Australia in January

January in Australia is the middle of summer. The highest air temperature in the north and in the central regions of the country (Darwin, Alice Springs) is about +36°C. On the southern island of Tasmania, the air warms up to +22°C. In the east (Sydney), the temperature can rise to +19°C at night and up to +26°C during the day. In January, rainfall is no more than 50 mm. Sea water temperature near the coast reaches its maximum in the south – up to +30°C, while in the rest of the territory it ranges from +21°C to +26°C.

Weather in Australia in February

February is the last month of the Australian summer. The air temperature is on the decline, heralding the approach of autumn. In the north and west during the day the air warms up to +30°C. The south and east will please with thermometer readings from +24°C to +27°C. The coolest water washes the southern coast of Australia (+21°C), and the warmest is the northern coast (+30°C). In the north of the country, about 16 rainy days are expected per month and up to 230 mm of precipitation. It is especially rainy in the Kakadu National Park area, where some roads turn into rivers. In the rest of the country, 70-80 mm of precipitation is stable.

Weather in Australia in March

Pleasant weather is typical for the south and west of Australia with temperatures of +23°C…+28°C and rainfall of 45-70 mm. In areas of Australia that are considered tropical (for example, the north of Queensland), the weather is hot – up to + 28 ° C … + 32 ° C. In the north, the largest amount of precipitation is expected – 230 mm. The water temperature from south to north gradually rises from +21°C to +30°C.

Weather in Australia in April

In most regions of Australia, the average temperature ranges from +20°C (in the west and east) to +30°C (in the north). Colder weather is expected in the south (Tasmania) with an average temperature of +15°C. Little precipitation is observed in Adelaide, Canberra, Cairns (20-40 mm). The north of the country (Darwin) remains rainy, where 80 mm of precipitation falls in 5 days. Sea water warms up to +30°C near the northern coast, up to +22°C near the western and eastern coast, and up to +18°C near the southern coast.

Weather in Australia in May

For most of Australia, the average temperature is +20°C. However, temperatures up to +27°C are possible in North Queensland. In Tasmania, the thermometer at this time of the year will drop to +17°C. Rainfall averages 50 mm in May, with the exception of Sydney, Cairns and Perth where they are significantly higher. The water temperature in the sea remains the same as in April – from 18°C ​​to +30°C, depending on the coast.

Weather in Australia in June

June is the first month of the Australian winter. The temperature in the northern and eastern territories of Australia is +25°C … +30°C, and in the east – about +17°C. In the central part of Australia, it will be warm during the day, about + 20 ° C, and at night – up to + 5 ° C. In the south (Melbourne, Geelong) the temperature range is +8°C…+15°C. The temperature of sea water repeats the indicators of previous months.

Weather in Australia in July

In July, the typical Australian winter temperature is +12°C in the south. In the central part, the temperature of the air masses reaches +19°C The further north, the more one feels the manifestation of the tropical climate, which is characterized by +25°C in Cairns and +30°C in Darwin. The wettest city in July is Perth with an average rainfall of 185 mm, followed by Sydney (100 mm). The driest city is Darwin with 1 mm of rainfall.

Weather in Australia in August

In the north of the country (Darwin, Cairns) the average temperature reaches +30°C. The weather gets colder towards the south: +17°C in Sydney, +15°C in Melbourne, +13°C in Hobart. The rainiest weather is expected in the west, in the city of Perth, where about 95 mm precipitation. In the rest of Australia, about 40 mm will fall in August. The water in the sea warms up to +10°C in the south, up to +18°C in the east and west, and about +25°C in the north.

Weather in Australia in September

It feels like spring weather outside. In many states, except for Queensland and Northern Australia, where the temperature rises to +30°C, the air barely warms up to +20°C. Sea water remains as warm as in August. Precipitation is expected to be up to 55 mm.

Weather in Australia in October

Weather in Darwin in October perfectly demonstrates the tropical climate – the average daily temperature is +33°C. In Alice Springs and Cairns, the air will warm up to +30°C. The average daily temperature in Tasmania is around +18°C and +23°C in Sydney. Rains are rare – 2-3 days per month with precipitation up to 45 mm. The temperature of sea water near the coast warms up to the maximum in the south, up to +29°C, and the minimum in the north is about +14°C.

Weather in Australia in November

In November, the maximum air warms up in the north of the country – up to +35°C. In the rest of the mainland, the thermometer readings will not rise above +23°C…+27°C. In Hobart (Tasmania), the average daily temperature can drop below +20°C. Most of Australia has little rainfall, up to 45 mm. The rainiest region at this time of year is Darwin (100mm).

Weather in Australia in December

December is the beginning of the Australian summer. In the northern (Darwin) and central (Alice Springs) regions of Australia, the average temperature is +30°C. Coastal water in these regions warms up to +28°C…+30°C. In the west (Perth), the thermometer reaches +28°C during the day, and the water reaches +22°C. The southern part of the country (Melbourne) is considered to be the area with the coolest air temperature – around +23°C…+25°C. The water in the sea here does not warm up higher than +19°C…+21°C.

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Many vacationers go to Thailand at the beginning of winter. And this is not surprising. The tourist season opens in December. Some go just to have a good time, others go to celebrate the New Year holidays. The weather in Thailand in December pleases with good conditions that are ideal for both beach and outdoor activities.

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    • Weather conditions in Thailand delight tourists all year round. Even if you stay in the northern resorts, you won’t need warm clothes. Chiang Rai has perfect weather for beach and outdoor activities. During the day the temperature fluctuates between +26…+28 degrees. Precipitation is extremely rare. In December, natural disasters are not foreshadowed.
    • In the central part of the country, in Ayutthaya and Bangkok, the daily air temperature does not rise above +30 degrees. For the whole of December, it may never rain. This month, Bangkok is especially popular with tourists who want to celebrate the New Year holidays here. That is why the number of vacationers is increasing dramatically, respectively, rising prices for housing and entertainment.
    • In the first month of winter, some air carriers organize direct flights to the resort of Pattaya. This is especially convenient for families with small children. But you will have to pay more for comfort and convenience. The resort sets the ideal weather for a good time: in the afternoon the thermometer shows +28…+30 degrees. The water in the Gulf of Thailand is very warm +28 degrees.
    • The climate of the southwest coast also pleases vacationers. You can swim in the Andaman Sea, sunbathe on the beach and go on excursions. The sea is mostly calm, the water is very clean. In December, they go here to go diving. During the day the air warms up to +29…+31 degrees. Nights on the coast are a little cooler + 22 … + 24 degrees. The water temperature in the sea is +29 degrees, which allows you not to leave it all day. The main thing is not to forget about sun protection – use creams for safe tanning and wear a hat.
    • If we talk about the islands of Pranang, Koh Samui and Tao, the weather here is very unpredictable. Precipitation is practically not expected, but the sea in the second half of the month can often be stormy. The average daily temperature does not differ from other resorts + 28 … + 30 degrees.
    resort day night water
    Ao Nang +32°C +25°C +29°C
    Ayutthaya +30°C +22°C +29°C
    Bang Tao +30°C +26°C +29°C
    Bangkok +31°C +25°C +28°C
    Bophut +29°C +27°C +28°C
    Wongamat +30°C +25°C +28°C
    Jomtien +30°C +25°C +28°C
    Kalim +30°C +26°C +29°C
    Kamala +30°C +26°C +29°C
    Kanchanaburi +30°C +21°C +29°C
    Khao Lak +31°C +24°C +29°C
    Karon +30°C +26°C +29°C
    Kata +30°C +26°C +29°C
    Ko Wai +30°C +24°C +28°C
    Koh Kood +31°C +22°C +29°C
    Ko Lan +30°C +25°C +28°C
    Ko Lanta +30°C +27°C +28°C
    Ko Lipe +31°C +27°C +29°C
    Ko Mak +30°C +24°C +28°C
    Ko Samet +30°C +25°C +28°C
    Koh Tao +29°C +27°C +28°C
    Koh Chang +30°C +25°C +28°C
    Coconut Island +30°C +26°C +29°C
    Coral Island +30°C +26°C +29°C
    Krabi +30°C +23°C +28°C
    Lamai +29°C +27°C +28°C
    Maenam +29°C +27°C +28°C
    Mia Khao +30°C +26°C +29°C
    Cape Panwa +30°C +26°C +29°C
    Knighton +30°C +26°C +29°C
    Nai Harn +30°C +26°C +29°C
    Nai Yang +30°C +26°C +29°C
    Narathiwat +29°C +24°C +28°C
    Phangan +29°C +27°C +28°C
    Patong +30°C +26°C +29°C
    Pattaya +30°C +25°C +28°C
    Pattani +30°C +24°C +28°C
    Prachuap Khiri Khan +30°C +24°C +28°C
    Phangan +29°C +27°C +28°C
    Phi Phi +30°C +27°C +29°C
    Phuket +30°C +26°C +29°C
    Rawai +30°C +26°C +29°C
    Rayong +31°C +25°C +28°C
    Reilly +30°C +23°C +28°C
    Samet +29°C +27°C +28°C
    Samui +29°C +27°C +28°C
    Similan +31°C +24°C +29°C
    Sukhothai +29°C +20°C +29°C
    Suratthani +30°C +23°C +28°C
    Surin +30°C +26°C +29°C
    Taling Ngam +29°C +27°C +28°C
    Trat +30°C +25°C +28°C
    Hat Yai +29°C +23°C +28°C
    Hua Hin +29°C +24°C +27°C
    Cha Am +29°C +24°C +27°C
    Chaweng +29°C +27°C +28°C
    Chiang Mai +28°C +16°C +28°C
    Chiang Rai +27°C +15°C +28°C
    Choeng Mon +29°C +27°C +28°C
    Chumphon +30°C +23°C +28°C

    Where to fly in December

    There are many well-known and popular resorts among tourists in the resort country. Let’s talk about where to go in Thailand in December.

    Pattaya

    In the first month of winter, a lot of tourists come here. The sun warms every day, but there is no sultry and exhausting heat. There are practically no precipitations. For the whole month there can be 1-2 days when short-term rains can fall. During the day the temperature does not rise above +30 degrees. The nights here are cooler +21 degrees. The water in the Gulf of Thailand is heated up to +28 degrees. Pattaya in December is suitable for a comfortable pastime.

    Phuket

    Phuket has the most optimal weather conditions in December. The rainy season is over by this time, but sometimes a light rain can dilute the hot weather. The breeze of the Andaman Sea attracts tourists. The air during the day warms up to +29degrees, and at night the temperature drops to +24 degrees. The sea also has a comfortable temperature for swimming +27 degrees.

    In December, the resort has the most optimal weather conditions. The rainy season is over by this time, but sometimes a light rain can dilute the hot weather. The breeze of the Andaman Sea attracts tourists. The air during the day warms up to +29 degrees, and at night the temperature drops to +24 degrees. The sea also has a comfortable temperature for swimming +27 degrees.

    Samui

    Koh Samui

    The beginning of winter is not the best period for a beach holiday. The period of gusty winds continues until the middle of winter, so the sky is often covered with clouds, and the sun does not particularly pamper vacationers. The water in the sea compared to other resorts is not so warm +25 degrees. The temperature during the day is +28 degrees, at night it is very cool +21 degrees.

    Chang

    The situation on the island at the beginning of winter is very similar to Koh Samui. Day and night air temperatures are the same. There is increased humidity.

    Northern Region

    If you decide to go sightseeing here, it’s worth bringing some warm clothes with you. There is no precipitation in December, but the weather is not so warm compared to the south of the country. During the day, the thermometer can show +24 … +27 degrees. The nights here can even be called cold +13…+17 degrees.

    In December, it is still better to go on vacation to such resorts as: Phuket, Pattaya, Phi Phi and Bangkok. It is better to refrain from a trip to the islands and leave their visit for another season.

    Beaches

    Beach in Thailand

    The beaches of Thailand attract tourists with their snow-white sand, palm trees, clear sea. In addition, there are many water activities. During the day you can just lie on the beach, sunbathe, swim. Active tourists can go windsurfing and diving. On the coastline, you can relax by signing up for a Thai massage. As evening falls, parties are often held.

    Sun loungers and parasols can be rented on many beaches for an additional fee. The exception is hotels with a separate shore.

    Separately, it is worth mentioning Phuket. The local government has banned the use of umbrellas and sun loungers on the beaches, so as not to spoil the natural beauty. But because of the very scorching sun, we had to agree to umbrellas, but there is still a ban on sun loungers.

    High beach season starts from November and lasts until the end of winter. When choosing a resort destination, you should be guided only by personal preferences and expectations. The coast is sandy everywhere. The entrance to the sea is gentle, you can safely swim with children. But each resort has its own specific features.

    • Pattaya is the most youthful resort, there are many entertainments, life is in full swing. But compared to other regions, here is the dirtiest water and sand. Even Jomtien, which is considered the cleanest beach in the resort, is not ideal. Vacationers often go to nearby islands, where the situation will be a little better.
    • The coast of the province of Krabi is especially distinguished, where there is snow-white sand, rocks, turquoise water. All as in the picture.
    • Another popular resort with a developed infrastructure and a large selection of water activities is Ao Nang.
    • Phuket also boasts ideal beaches and a rich entertainment program.
    • There are a lot of hotels, restaurants, bars, night clubs in Patong. No wonder this place is called the “Asian capital of parties.”
    • A completely different situation has developed on Kamala Beach, where you can enjoy a secluded atmosphere alone with nature.
    • Kata Beach is also considered a beautiful beach, but the sea is deeper.
    • The cleanest beach in Phuket is Karon Beach, but you should be careful, there are poisonous jellyfish.

    Wealthy tourists go to Bang Tao. It has everything for a comfortable and carefree holiday. The service is at the highest level, but you will have to pay a lot of money for it.

    Things to do

    Nightlife in Thailand

    In December, as in other months, you will not be bored in Thailand. But the resort life is in full swing on the sea coast – almost every day there are parties, nightclubs work all night until the morning, the daytime program is no less saturated. Weather conditions in December are conducive to beach and outdoor activities, sightseeing.

    • In most resorts there is an opportunity to go diving, take walks in the open sea.
    • If we talk about sights, there are a lot of interesting places in the country where you can go on an excursion.
    • Resting at any resort in Thailand, you can enjoy the virgin beauty of tropical forests, get acquainted with the rich animal, plant and underwater world.
    • While in the country, be sure to try the local cuisine.

    Entertainment on the beaches

    The urban beaches of Thailand at the beginning of winter do not seem particularly attractive for vacationers, since the coast itself and the water cannot be called crystal clear and transparent. A completely different picture on the islands, where the white sand and the water is azure blue.

    James Bond Island

    • On the municipal beaches you can rent a sun lounger and an umbrella for the whole day for an additional fee.
    • Going to the islands, you should definitely go snorkeling. To do this, you will need to bring a tube and a mask. Almost every beach has suitable diving sites. Everyone will be able to get to know the amazing underwater world and its inhabitants. The water is so clear that you can see it all from the water surface.
    • The cleaner and more colorful the beach, the less infrastructure it will have: cafes, bars, nightclubs, shops. On the wild coasts, this is practically non-existent. There are very few people here. Going to such a beach, it is better to take food and drinks with you. If there are any shops and cafes, then the prices in them will be very high, literally 3-4 times more.

    Tourists for a beach holiday choose the following sparsely populated but colorful locations: Ko Khan (organize trips from Ko Mak island), Poda (carry from Ao Nang island), Koh Kho Khao (from Takuapa island). For those who do not know, since the second half of the day, the water has been strongly drained due to low tides. Also, if you decide to visit the area, which is located on the territory of national reserves, you will have to pay 500-600 baht per person.

    Diving

    The most popular activity is diving. And this is not surprising, since the underwater world is very interesting and diverse. In the eastern part of the Gulf of Thailand, you can dive at any time of the year. The best visibility is from November to March, so in December you can safely practice this water sport. Another suitable place for diving is the Andaman Sea. The resort of Phuket has the opportunity to see the wildest and rarest inhabitants.

    • From the end of December on Ko Racha you can see manta rays and whale sharks.
    • Shark Point Reef is home to leopard sharks and moray eels.
    • Diving centers can be found on almost every coast, as well as on the territory of 4 and 5 * hotels.

    Excursions and active recreation

    Landmark of Thailand

    The country has a very interesting and original architecture. It was formed under Khmer and Indian influence. When heading to Thailand at the beginning of winter, you should definitely visit several famous museums and see some of the sights:

    • Jim Thompson House Museum
    • Truth Cathedral Prasat May
    • Muang Boran Old City
    • Mahathat Temple.

    You can get to all these places on your own from nearby settlements by calling a taxi or taking a tuk-tuk. Optionally, you can go with an excursion group.

    In very hot weather, you can go to the waterfalls or enjoy the exotic natural beauty of Thailand in the shade of tropical vegetation. The most full-flowing waterfall is Erawan, which is located in the national reserve of the same name. Another waterfall that deserves attention is Klong Plu. Going to such places, you need to wear loose clothing and comfortable shoes. Be sure to take a swimsuit.

    In December, outdoor activities such as snorkeling are especially popular. There are a lot of similar offers in the country, and such a pastime will give a lot of unforgettable emotions and impressions. It is important to organize a comfortable trip with quality service. There are many dive centers on the coast, where experienced instructors will teach you how to dive, or they will accompany you during a “walk” to the seabed.

    New Year holidays

    New Year in Bangkok

    Russian vacationers often go to Thailand to celebrate the New Year, especially since long New Year holidays and vacations contribute to this. Most people plan their holidays in such a way that they will be in the country on New Year’s Eve and stay here for a few more days after the holiday. But the cost of rest during this period increases greatly, and hotel rooms need to be booked several months in advance.

    By this time hotels, shops, shopping and entertainment centers are installing New Year paraphernalia, organizing entertainment programs for adults and children with the participation of Father Frost and the Snow Maiden. This is a very suitable option to celebrate the New Year in a hot country, having managed to combine traditions and exotics. In Thailand, this is quite well combined.

    Bangkok looks especially beautiful on New Year’s Eve. No matter how strange it may seem, but on a festive night it is more interesting to be in the fresh air. From evening until dawn, fireworks are launched in the capital, festive lanterns are lit everywhere, and Christmas trees are decorated.

    The locals are very hospitable and good-natured to vacationers. In the Thai capital on this day, no one will feel lonely, even if he came to rest alone or does not know the local language at all. Vacationers note that such a New Year will be remembered for a lifetime.

    Celebrations in December

    In December in Thailand, the local population celebrates their public holidays. The most significant are: Bhumibol Adunyadej’s birthday and Constitution Day.

    Going on vacation during the first month of winter, you can personally attend these events, which are accompanied by large-scale festivities and fireworks. For lovers of informal and folk celebrations, a holiday dedicated to the Day of the City of Ayutthaya is suitable. For a long time there was the capital of the ancient state of Siam.

    Today it is known to all Thailand, and the capital for many decades has been another city. But ancient buildings and other historical assets remained in Ayutthaya. On City Day, large-scale fairs, folk festivals, dances, songs and other exciting events are held here.

    Shopping and shopping

    Bangkok

    In Thailand, you can affordably upgrade your wardrobe and buy luxurious jewelry. In Pattaya, there is even a sightseeing tour, which includes a visit to the jewelry center. When choosing jewelry, you should be careful not to buy a fake. You do not need to buy them with your hands, especially at a very tempting price.

    Also, do not buy fake brands, which are very numerous in stores. Some of them are confiscated at the border. It is better to go to large shopping centers.

    • The most popular Thai souvenir is the symbol of the kingdom – the figure of an elephant. It comes in a variety of sizes, colors and designs.
    • Items made of blackened silver are considered a good souvenir and gift.
    • Very interesting pillows made of vulcanized latex.
    • It is worth knowing that durian (a very tasty fruit, although it has a very unpleasant smell) is forbidden to be exported from the country, but you can take the jam from it with you to your homeland.
    • Painted candles, bright umbrellas can be attributed to budget souvenirs.

    Popular Resorts

    Pattaya

    A huge number of colorful and picturesque resorts throughout the year, including in December, invite everyone to enjoy an unforgettable vacation. Among tourists, such resorts are popular: Bangkok, Pattaya, Phuket. There are also many other paradise places, including islands. Particularly popular as a country for winter holidays, Thailand began to gain relatively recently, but the tourist infrastructure of most resorts is very well developed.

    A huge number of luxurious and modern hotels have been built on the sea coast, differing in star rating and level of service. Each resort has many interesting places, organize various excursions to attractions. Hot weather is established almost everywhere, the sea is warm, and there is practically no precipitation.

    Hotels

    Accommodation in hotels in Thailand is surprisingly not very expensive. There are places where you can rent a room at very low prices.

    Hotel owners do not classify them by star rating. Tour operators independently attribute the hotel to a particular star based on personal ideas.

    On the islands, housing is mainly represented by cozy bungalows. But there are also several 4 and 5 * hotels.

    As a rule, these are 2 or 3 storey buildings, which are ideally combined with the local nature. In the most popular resorts, Pattaya and Phuket, there are a lot of family hotels. There are designer boutique hotels for the most demanding tourists. In Bangkok, all housing options are presented: for a budget or luxury holiday, for families with small children.

    When choosing a hotel, don’t pay for dinner. Almost all vacationers visit cafes and restaurants in the evenings.

    Please note that prices increase in December. So a bed in a regular hostel will cost 400-450 baht per day. For a room in a cozy hotel you need to pay 800-1200 baht. But a room in a luxury hotel costs at least 4,000 baht.

    Reminder for vacationers

    • If you have planned your holiday in Thailand for December, then you should not stock up on warm clothes. During the day the country is always very warm, the nights are a bit cool.
    • Be sure to take sunscreen. It’s very easy to get burned.
    • So that nothing spoils your vacation, you should always keep an eye on your valuables, documents and money.
    • When buying vegetables and fruits, they must be thoroughly washed before consumption.
    • If you prefer to eat in public places, then you should give your choice only to trusted restaurants that have a positive reputation.
    • Local dishes may not be perceived by vacationers from Russia and Europe at first. You should not try to try as much as possible, it is better to give preference to simple and familiar dishes. There are restaurants and cafes that are focused exclusively on tourists and offer European cuisine.
    • In December, there are always a lot of vacationers at Thai resorts. Prices for tours at this time can increase by 2-3 times. Therefore, it is better to book a hotel room 2-3 months in advance. This is the only way to save some money. You should not rely on last-minute trips – at this time they practically do not exist.

    Result

    Thailand in December

    Those who have already visited Thailand in winter have an idea about the features of the holiday and can give useful advice. It is unlikely that there will be someone who went to a paradise in a cold winter and remained dissatisfied. Everyone comes from a holiday on a positive note, with vivid emotions and impressions.

    This option is especially suitable for those who can not stand the cold, frost and snowstorms. In Thailand, this is replaced by warm sun, sea and white sand.

    Thailand looks attractive to tourists due to its unusualness, namely: local traditions, customs, interesting history, culture, architecture, ancient sights. It is especially interesting to visit a crocodile farm and take a ride on elephants.

    Beach holidays leave no less pleasant impressions. All beaches are clean, well-groomed and equipped, have a developed infrastructure, there are many water activities.

    But there are few tourists who are not entirely satisfied with the service at the hotel, room arrangement, and high prices. But on the eve of the New Year holidays, you should not expect cheap tours.

    Some people manage to get food poisoning on vacation or even become a victim of thieves and scammers. So that nothing spoils your vacation, it is better to always be on your guard, not attend suspicious events and not communicate with strange people.

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    Low 6:46am (0.73m)
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Alcala, Tenerife: A Small Town with Beautiful Beaches

If you’re looking for a quiet town with a beautiful beach, Alcala in Tenerife is perfect for you. This small town is located in the municipality of Guía de Isora and has a stunning beach made up of black sand. It’s easy to reach by car or bus, and in the surrounding area, there are plenty of restaurants serving the local cuisine – especially fresh fish and seafood. There’s also a sunset worth seeing here, with views of the island of La Gomera.

The old settlement of Alcala is one that you will find difficult to miss. It’s located on top of an incredibly flat terrace on the west coast of Tenerife, with beautiful buildings scattered all around its circumference and overlooking a small coastal cove just below them! Back in the 1950s, this area only housed 52 people that were living here. It has gone from a small dwelling to a rather cozy little town now.

The first settlement of Alcala was originally founded as a goat herding and fishing hub for those who lived in surrounding areas. The population rose throughout time, mostly due to young adults moving away from this area looking at other jobs or even immigrating overseas – leaving behind elderly seniors that weren’t so fortunate; but by 1950 about 350 inhabitants were living here.

The people of Alcala have been adapting to changes in their environment since the beginning. The banana plantations brought new influences and opportunities, and then buildings were built that altered everything for good when the small settlement grew.

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What to do in Alcala, Tenerife

The cafes and restaurants in Alcala are a pleasant spot for those who want to enjoy some time away from the sun, sand & noise. It is usually quieter than other parts of Tenerife because there isn’t as much tourism here – but don’t let that fool you into thinking it’s any less beautiful!

Alcalá Beach

There are quite a few beaches in and around Alcala and just outside of town you’ll find Playa de Alcala, which is a very small beach made out of black sand and small rocks. The Alcalá Beach is about 30 meters long and approximately 15 meters side, so it’s really not the largest beach around. There’s a nice little promenade along the coastline with a few benches scattered around where you can sit down and enjoy the sea views.

This beach is located in the municipality of Guia de Isora, near Playa San Juan, and a small harbour with fishing boats and a variety of water activities.

At Alcalá Beach you can enjoy not only swimming, but the water is really good for snorkeling.

La Jaquita Natural Swimming Pool

You can find a great natural outdoor pool just north of town. The swimming pool offers not only beautifully clean seawater but also playgrounds for kids and public showers.

It’s a thrilling experience! The water is more pleasant, and larger waves are crashing over the pool’s edge. This is one of Tenerife’s incredible treasures, where the crystal clear water of the Atlantic Ocean meets the volcanic coastline.

La Jaquita is one of the most accessible natural swimming pools on the Canary Islands, situated in a beautiful volcanic environment.

Playa La Jaquita

Just a bit south of the natural swimming pool in La Jaquita you find the beach. Playa La Jaquita is also a relatively small beach with the positive side effect of not having too many tourists flocking here.

There are a few sunbeds available to rent for a modest fee.

The beach is close to the very popular hotel Gran Meliá Palacio de Isora, which is one of the best hotels in this area of Tenerife.

Enjoy a meal at one of the local restaurants

Eating is a must, no matter where in the world you are. Luckily for you, there are some really great restaurants in Alcala.

One of the most popular restaurants is Restaurante Sauco where you can find a good variety of healthy Spanish food. You really want to try out their fresh seafood! They also offer a very good selection of international and Italian cuisine too, such as really good pasta and pizza.

You might want to book a table before your visit since this is a popular and busy place.

Another very popular restaurant in Alcalá is Tres Raices, a small but very friendly restaurant with a great atmosphere. A great selection of food and a large wine list makes this an incredibly popular place for tourists and locals. If you’re only spending one day in Alcalá, make sure to eat here. The food is well worth it, as it is one of the best restaurants in the area.

Watch the sunset

I was walking through the town of Alcalá in Tenerife when I saw the most marvelous sunset. The sun was setting over the neighboring island of La Gomera, and its beauty was breathtaking. I stood there for a while, just taking it all in. It was an amazing sight that I’ll never forget.

Bring a camera, because the sunset here is worth capturing as a memory.

How to get to Alcala

The town of Alcala is easily accessible by car. It’s only a 20-minute drive from Costa Adeje by car. If you rather go by bus, you can take line 473 from Costa Adeje which takes about 50 minutes. The positive thing about taking the bus (or guagua as the Canarians say) is that you can take in the amazing scenery going up north.

Apartamento Playa de Mendez, Alcalá – Updated 2022 Prices

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Located in Alcalá, a few steps from Mendez Beach and a 1-minute walk from Alcala Beach, Apartamento Playa de Mendez has accommodations with free WiFi, air conditioning, a bar and a terrace. This beachfront property has a patio.

The apartment has 1 bedroom, a flat-screen TV, an equipped kitchen with a microwave and a toaster, a washing machine, and a bathroom with a shower. Towels and bed linen are available.

Baja Larga Beach is a 2-minute walk from the apartment. The nearest airport is Tenerife Sur Airport, 30.6 km from Apartamento Playa de Mendez.

Couples in particular like the location – they rated it 10 for a two-person trip.

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Closest beaches

  • Mendez Beach

    8.5 Very good beach

    20 m from property

  • Alcala Beach

    8.2 Very good beach

    50 m from property

  • Baja Larga Beach

    8.4 Very good beach

    200 m from property

  • Playa de los Topos

    8.3 Very good beach

    400 m from property

  • Barrera Beach

    8.4 Very good beach

    1 km from property

  • Rosalía Beach

    8.6 Excellent beach

    1.6 km from property

  • Punta Blanca Beach

    8. 0 Very good beach

    1.7 km from property

  • San Juan Beach

    8.0 Very good beach

    2.2 km from property

  • Callao Chico Beach

    7.7 Good beach

    2.2 km from property

  • Playa de San Juán

    8.0 Very good beach

    2.5 km from property

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  • Hola Manuel,
    Podrias decirme si hay ventanas en el dormitorio?
    y tambien, tienes alguna foto de la terraza para que tengamos una idea?
    Gracias

    Buenos días , el apartamento dispone de una cocina anexa con un vantanillo de ventilación . También hay aire acondicionado, les enviaré más fotos de la terraza . Seguro que están muy bien en el .🤗

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      Best Things to Do & Where to Stay in Alcala, Tenerife

      Alcala can be found within the municipality of Guía de Isora in Tenerife. Many visitors sadly overlook this small town, simply passing through en route to the better-known resorts nearby. This is a shame, though, as they miss seeing the charms of this delightful little place.

      The completion of the maritime walkway connecting Los Gigantes, Puerto de Santiago and Playa de la Arena with Alcala means that is becoming less of a secret. That’s not a bad thing, though, as the improved infrastructure has led to the area becoming cleaner and tidier, with a great array of amenities.

      This is in part due to the establishment of the five-star Gran Melia Palacio de Isora Resort and Spa, which will be covered in more depth later in this guide. The little coastal town of Alcala has a central plaza and a well-kept beach, and is surrounded by banana plantations. It also has a good weekly market on Mondays. There are some great cafes and hotels, and kids love to poke about in the rock pools at the beach.

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      Best Places to Stay

      These are our recommended places to stay in Alcala. The Gran Melia Palacio de Isora is the finest, and has five stars and an adults-only area. Another adult-only option is offered at the Rural El Navío hotel. We also list a budget-friendly pick and a self-catering option.

      BEST – Gran Melia Palacio de Isora Resort and Spa

      This five star property is the top place to stay in the area – but it is also the most expensive. The beachfront hotel offers the ultimate in luxury, and boasts a sizable saltwater infinity pool set among manicured grounds. This is the biggest hotel pool in Europe, and is the 400 square metre masterpiece of this smart, yet family-friendly, resort. All accommodation has a terrace or balcony with sea or garden views.

      The hotel has subtropical gardens dotted with palms, and its style combines Moorish exoticism with Andalucian grace. With five floors, the resort boasts a spa, several pools, a sports centre, gym and kids’ club. There is a children’s pool, plus one for adults only. Service is attentive yet informal, and there are 8 bars and 7 restaurants to try, including Japanese, Mediterranean and Italian options.

      Gran Melia Palacio de Isora – Adults Only

      Guests without children can book into the Adults Only (or Red Level) part of this sublime property if they wish, where sea view balconies come with each room. Red Level guests also benefit from additional privileges such as VIP check-in, valet parking, the Red Level lounge with free drinks, complimentary Nespresso coffee and exclusive access to the thermal circuit of the spa. There are also dedicated pools, bars and eateries.

      MID-RANGE – Hotel Rural El Navío – Adults Only

      The Rural El Navío is an entire property dedicated to adults only, so it’s ideal for those holidaying without children. Just over half a mile from the beach, it is surrounded by a banana plantation. Rooms feature traditional, Spanish style decor, satellite TV and sea view terraces. The property offers free WiFi throughout and has an outdoor pool and BBQ area. A buffet breakfast is available daily, and homemade meals can be enjoyed each evening.

      BUDGET – Pension Alcala

      For those seeking a more purse-friendly stay, Pension Alcala is a great choice. This property offers a range of accommodation as well as a restaurant. Free WiFi is provided, and some rooms have a terrace or balcony. Past guests rate the comfortable beds and cleanliness of this hotel, and praise the fantastic service too. Accommodation is in single, twin, double or triple rooms with shared or private bathrooms.

      SELF-CATERING – Apartamentos Alcala

      If you want to cook while on holiday, the Apartamentos Alcala are a sound option. This accommodation is a little over a mile from Callao Chico beach. Each apartment comes with a kitchen with a microwave, stovetop, fridge, kettle and coffee machine. The units also have fully furnished seating and dining areas, plus private shower rooms with hairdryers. Some apartments have sea or mountain views, and each sleeps two guests.

      Things to do in Alcala

      People watch in the picturesque Plaza del Llano

      Alcala is centred around its main square, and it’s a great place to sit on a bench, relaxing or watching Canary Island life unfold all around you. You can also enjoy a good meal here at one of the many very affordable cafes, bars, and restaurants that line the plaza. They all serve top quality food and drinks.

      Snap up a bargain at the Monday market

      An outdoor street market takes place in Plaza del Llano every Monday. The market is open between 9am and 2pm, and is ideal for souvenir, food and clothes shopping.

      Stroll north or south to discover nearby resorts

      Taking the coastal walk is the perfect way to spend a day exploring the other resorts beyond Alcala. Heading northwards will take you to access Playa de la Arena, Puerto de Santiago, and Los Gigantes: the latter is about 8 kilometres (2 hours’ walk) away.

      Or take the route south, where the small fishing village of Playa San Juan lies around 2.5 kilometres away. Do bear in mind, though, that the Alcala to Playa San Juan section of the path is not paved, and thus involves tackling some rough terrain.

      Spend the day at a pebbly beach, on the promenade or in Playa la Jaquita

      The town beach

      Close to Alcala’s town square is a small pebble beach. Although it’s very small, it does have showers and is popular with locals who stop by for a quick refreshing dip.

      The promenade

      Near this little beach is a promenade and fishing wharf area lined with sun loungers. It’s a popular spot for people to spend time chilling out and sunbathing. A flight of steps leads from here into the ocean, so it’s also possible to take a swim. The crystal clear water is ideal for snorkeling too. You might even spot turtles, as one of Tenerife’s few turtle reefs is located here.

      Playa la Jaquita

      If you want the proper beach day experience, it’s worth heading north along the coast to Playa la Jaquita. This fine black sand beach is only a ten minute walk from the town centre.

      The beach is located close to the Gran Melia Palacio de Isora hotel, and is a clean Blue Flag beach with a great range of amenities. These include showers, toilets, sun loungers and duty lifeguards. Beach shoes are recommended here, as the bottom of the ocean is a bit stony. There is also a café bar where you can enjoy a hot or cold drink, but bear in mind that prices here will be around double what you would pay in the town square.

      Three beaches in one resort

      There are two other small beaches nearby too, so staying in or visiting Alcala can mean enjoying three beaches in one place.

      Take a safer swim and spot sea life in a saltwater pool

      There are a couple of natural saltwater pools close to the Gran Melia hotel and Playa la Jaquita. These are calmer, safer and more shallow than the pool in Los Gigantes, thus making them child-friendly too. The water is crystal clear, so you spot the resident sea anemones, crabs and fish.

      Let off steam at the children’s play parks

      A great feature of Tenerife is the impressive playgrounds you will find all over the place. This is certainly the case in Alcala. Wander along the coastline northwards, from the town centre towards the Gran Melia hotel, and you’ll soon stumble upon two very well-equipped and maintained playgrounds along the way.

      Sample seafood or Spanish dishes at the local restaurants

      Toni’s restaurant

      Close to central Alcala, and a little way inland, is Toni’s on Avenida Pescadores. This very affordable eatery serves up a range of Spanish, Mediterranean and international specialities. It is the place to come for good homestyle cooking and excellent service. Don’t be put off by the unassuming location – past guests have raved about this place – the seafood and leg of lamb in particular. Vegetarian dishes are also offered.

      Restaurante Sauco

      Near the seafront is Restaurante Sauco, and as you might expect it offers diners fabulous ocean views. Italian style food is on the menu, as is Spanish and European cuisine. From prawns, tuna and sea bass to steak, pizza or fajitas, this is a wonderful place to watch the sunset as you feast on the fabulous food and sip a glass of delicious wine.

      Restaurante Muelle Viejo

      A number of diners at Muelle Viejo have named this as the best restaurant in Tenerife. This highly recommended eatery offers superlative views over the harbour and the food is freshly prepared and of the highest quality. Seafood and Canarian potatoes are specialities, and even guests staying at the five-star Gran Melia say the service and food cannot be surpassed. Booking is essential.

      Getting around

      There are several bus stops in Alcala. One – known simply as ‘Alcala’ is located in the town centre, while the other can be found not far from the Gran Melia hotel. This one is called the Isora Alcalá stop.

      Routes 473 and 477

      The most useful bus routes in this part of Tenerife are the 473 and 477. They can take you to Playa de la Arena, Puerto de Santiago or Los Gigantes in a northerly direction and to Playa de San Juan, Playa las Americas plus any other town or village in-between when heading south. The 477 does terminate at Costa Adeje’s bus station, however.

      Routes 493 and 494

      Bus routes 493 and 494 also pass through Alcala, but they are not as frequent and their routes are not as popular with visitors. If you like, you can check those out here.

      Celebrations in Alcala

      If you can, it’s worth timing your visit to coincide with the traditional firework show – Noche de Fuegos – that takes place in Alcala on 15th August. The display’s history can be traced back as far as 1925, and this spectacular fiesta is widely promoted by the local council.

      With colourful light and sound displays, the yearly show attracts visitors from all over the Canaries – and even further afield. The display is held in honour of the Virgin of Candelaria, and takes several days to set up. This involves fireworks being transported by boat to lava rock formations in the bay.

      Seeing the jetty, harbour wall and lava rock formations lit up by the exploding lights is all part of the joy of witnessing the Noche de Fuegos. The fireworks are set off at four points around the bay, including its perimeter.

      Weather in Alcala

      Alcala is one of the warmest places in all of Tenerife. It has year-round sunshine and there is hardly any rain here no matter the season.

      During summer it’s nice and hot (about 30°) while in winter the temperature also rarely drops below 20° during the day. Honestly, you will be comfortable wearing short sleeves most of the winter days, especially if it will be sunny (and usually it will be). On winter evenings the temperature drops down a little bit so you may need a jacket to keep you warm.

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      Guia de Isora – Alcala – Playa San Juan in Tenerife

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      . 8 to 23 September
      Location: South West Tenerife
      Established: 1530
      passed 492 years
      Area: 143. 43 km²
      Inhabitants: 2017 20537 people
      to the northern airport: ~ 100 km
      to the southern airport: ~ 38 km
      Postal code: 38680, 38685-38689

      website: guiadeisora.org
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      Guía de Isora is the capital of the municipality of the same name, located in the southwestern part of the island of Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain). It is from this part that beautiful views of the neighboring island of La Gomera open up. Among the local population, the city is sometimes abbreviated as Gia. The capital is located 9 km from the nearest coast of the Atlantic Ocean, at an altitude of 560 meters above sea level. The distance to Tenerife North Airport (TFN – Los Rodeos) is about 100 km and the International South Airport (TFS – Reina Sofia) is about 38 km.

      Before the Spaniards conquered the island of Tenerife, this region was part of the menceyato administration (menceyato – territorial delimitation or demarcation) of Adeje and was called by the ancient inhabitants of the Guanches “Isora”. This is the name of a girl who was born on the island. After some time, in the 16th century, when the image of Our Lady Gia (Virgen de Guía) was discovered, the Isora region acquires another word in its name – Gia. On June 27, 1916, the name of Guia de Isora in Tenerife is officially adopted by Royal Decree.

      The last eruption of volcanic lava on the island of Tenerife, just happened on the territory of Guia in 1909 – Chinyero volcano.


      City of Alcala

      Alcala – A popular area in Guia de Isora with travelers, this is a small, well-kept coastal town. It is calm and quiet here, Canarian life flows slowly, and several hotels have been built for relaxation. One of them is Gran Meliá Palacio de Isora 5*. Considered to be the hotel with the largest artificial seawater swimming pool in Europe.

      The population is engaged in fishing, growing bananas, tomatoes and other agricultural crops in small quantities. The rest of it works in the field of tourism, which is gradually developing here from year to year.

      Beaches in Alcala

      In the coastal zone of the city of Alcala, there are several good beaches with black volcanic sand.

      La Jaquita Beach

      Playa La Jaquita (Spanish: Playa La Jaquita) is a cultural beach that opened after a major renovation in 2015. Among the amenities are paid sunbeds and umbrellas, a toilet, cleaning of the territory, a lifeguard, bars and a recreation area in the form of green spaces and benches.

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      . A great place for children and adults, where the first ones can frolic and splash in the water, out of danger from the waves of the ocean.

      Mendes Beach

      The second beach is Playa Mendez (Spanish: Playa Méndez) – located near the old part of the city, next to Llano Square (Spanish: Plaza de Llano). If you choose between two beaches, then undoubtedly La Jaquita is better. But there is one caveat. If you have a mask for surface diving, then there is an opportunity to see real sea turtles. Just for some reason, they sail to this very place, to Mendes Beach.


      What to do?

      In the evening you can stroll along the modern promenade that runs along the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean. The hungry will find a cozy place to eat in some of the seafood restaurants located here (eg Restaurante Saúco) and others with different cuisines such as Italian, Mediterranean, Spanish, pizzeria, etc.

      If you can easily leave Alcala, then 7 kilometers to the west, there is a small resort town of Puerto de Santiago, with a popular beach of black volcanic sand Playa La Playa (Spanish. La Arena). And if you go east, then 8 kilometers away is the beach with yellow or golden sand Playa de Abama (Spanish: Playa de Abama), which is near the fashionable Abama Hotel. The beach is pretty good too. This is the second artificial yellow sand beach on the island of Tenerife. True, one of the inconveniences that Playa Abama is fraught with is car parking, located several hundred meters away, to which you need to walk up and down the mountain.

      Playa San Juan is a small town and beach of the same name, located in the municipality of Guia de Isora. First of all, the town is known for its fishing seaport and, accordingly, seafood restaurants near it. An open-air vegetable market opens on Wednesdays at Plaza de La Iglesia. On it, local residents present farm products from their land. Basically, the beach of Playa San Juan consists of volcanic solidified lava, along which a pedestrian boulevard stretches for walking and cycling. Its distance is 1300 meters along the Atlantic Ocean.

      San Juan Beach

      Behind the seaport pier, protecting the shore from strong waves, there is an equipped cultural beach of San Juan. Its length is about 375 meters covered with volcanic gray sand and pebbles. First of all, it is convenient for children to swim here, since it is calm almost all the time. Of the amenities, it is possible to rent sun loungers and parasols, a few meters away there is a beach cafe with chilled drinks and food. To wash off the salt water after bathing, fresh water showers are installed.

      Along the beach you will find a well-equipped area to relax under palm trees in the shade on the benches. A few meters from the beach to the east, there is a footpath uphill. There is a whale tail sculpture and an observation deck with views of the city of San Juan.


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    Hotel Brother with 90,000 ° Gigansol Del Mar 2A031 Puerto -de -Santia -Apartment -Apartment) from 7023 RUB

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    Petunia 3,
    Puerto de Santiago,
    Spain,
    38683,
    Tenerife

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    Gigansol Del Mar 2A031 is an apartment with mountain views, located around 0. 5 km from El Mirador Archipelago.

    Location

    Puerto de los Gigantes and Punta del Gigante are approximately 2.6 km away. There is a beach just 850 meters away. Punta de Alcala is one of the main attractions of the area.

    The nearest bus stop is “Los Gigantes” 250 meters away.

    Rooms

    The rooms are equipped with ironing facilities, a coffee maker and multi-channel TV for your comfort. The bathroom has a bath and shower.

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    A microwave oven, a refrigerator and an electric kettle are also at your disposal.

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    Free Wi-Fi is available in all apartments.

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    Free public parking is available on site.

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    Check-infrom 15:00-20:00FREECheck-outuntil 11:00FREE

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    Petunia 3,
    Puerto de Santiago,
    Spain,
    38683,
    Tenerife

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    Beach

    Los Gigantes Beach

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    Beach

    La Arena Beach

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    Yacht Club

    Puerto de los Gigantes

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    C\u002F La Hondura

    Cueva El Tancon

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    Calle la Hondura

    Charco del Tancon

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    Calle Acacia Punta Negra

    Cueva la Vaca

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    Los Gios street

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    Tenerife West

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    Calle Poblado Marinero

    Club Deportivo de Buceo Marina Los Gigantes

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    Calle Felipe Gorrin

    Cueva Del Polvo

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    Bay

    Callao Chico

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    Punta del Gigante

    2.5
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    Punta de Alcala

    3.3
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    Caserio Punta Blanca

    Punta Blanca

    3.3
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    Area

    Playa de Alcala

    4.5
    km

    Museum

    Centro Alfarero y Museo Etnografico Cha Domitila

    4.4
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    Church

    Iglesia de San Fernando Rey

    6.9
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    240 m

    Calle Rosas 2 ADEJE

    LAS ROSAS

    100 m

    EDICIO EVA

    Ziggy Pop

    120 m

    Calle Gonzalez Gonzalez N 73 URB. Colonial Park

    Restaurante Mamma Lucia

    180 m

    73 Av. Jose Gonzalez Forte

    Restaurante Pizzeria Mamma Lucia

    170 m

    Calle Las Rosas

    Santiago Sporting Club

    180 m

    Calle Herrador

    Sweeney Todds Fish & Chips & Home Made Pie Emporium

    210 m

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    Puerto de Santiago,
    Spain,
    38683,
    Tenerife

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    SOL TENERIFE PLAYA DE LAS AMERICAS

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    Hotel Sol Tenerife

    Sol Tenerife is a 4-star hotel located a 10-minute walk from Siam Beach. fees.

    The hotel is located 1 km from the center of Playa de las Americas, near Playa de las Americas. Chayofa District is a 10-minute drive from the hotel. Sol Tenerife is a short drive from Siam Park Water Park.

    Some rooms also offer sea views, a personal safe, a work desk and a balcony.

    Breakfast is served every morning in the restaurant. The hotel bar has billiards and a terrace. Guests will find the bar “Restaurant La Karina” within a 5-minute walk. The nearest bus stop “Los Geranios” is 500 meters away. The hotel also features an ATM, hairdresser’s and currency exchange. Activities for active guests include diving, hiking and billiards.

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    and the balcony also offers a sea view.

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    • Beach access
    • Fitness center
    • Water park
    • Steam room

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    Leisure/Entertainment

    • Fitness Centre
    • Scuba diving
    • Hiking
    • Tennis court
    • Golf course
    • Billiards
    • Darts
    • Table tennis
    • fitness studio

    Services provided

    • Safe
    • Reception open at certain hours
    • Concierge
    • Luggage storage
    • Currency exchange
    • Salon
    • Room service
    • Car rental
    • Laundry
    • Dry cleaning
    • Doctor on call
    • Shops / commercial services

    Power

    • Breakfast
    • Restaurant
    • pool bar
    • snack bar
    • Buffet

    Business

    • Business center
    • Conference rooms / banquet rooms

    For children

    • Babysitting/Child care
    • Children’s buffet
    • Children’s swimming pool
    • Children playground
    • kids club
    • Playroom
    • Open pool
    • beach access
    • Sun loungers
    • Casino
    • Aquapark
    • Entertainment
    • Night club
    • Sun terrace
    • Garden
    • steam room
    • Jacuzzi
    • Pedicure
    • Manicure
    • Cosmetic procedures
    • Back massage
    • Full body massage
    • Pool with a view

    For people with disabilities

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    Rooms

    • Air conditioning in the room
    • Safe in the room
    • Mini bar
    • Recreation area
    • Terrace
    • garden furniture
    • Balcony
    • Tea/coffee set
    • Getting the room ready for bed
    • Mirror
    • Ironing accessories
    • Rollaway beds

    In the bedroom

    • Pillow menu
    • Duvet

    In the bathroom

    • Hair dryer on request
    • Free toiletries

    Instruments

    • flat screen TV
    • Hifi system
    • Cable/Satellite TV
    • Computer in the room
    • Pay TV
    • Telephone
    • radio alarm clock

    Basic

    • No smoking
    • Air conditioners in public areas
    • Elevator
    • ATM
    • Souvenir shop
    • boutiques
    • Vending machines

    Animals

    • Pets are not allowed

    Useful information

    Check-in: from 15:00 to 23:59

    Check-out: until 12:00

    • Extra beds
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    • Baby cots are not available here.

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    7.1 /10

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    Breakfast was hot and the pool was great🙂

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    It is very clean and they offer a varied breakfast.

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    We liked everything about this budget hotel and had a great time. Perfectly clean rooms with great amenities. Pleasantly surprised by the breakfast buffet and a large selection of dishes.

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    It is located in a picturesque area, close to the local beach.

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    I strongly recommend this hotel and will come again, for longer. I was offered a spacious room with breathtaking sea views. Near the hotel was a white sandy beach.

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    Budget hotel, perfect rooms and knowledgeable staff. Delicious breakfast, excellent customer service. Fantastic location for visiting the Light and Music Fountain two minutes walk from the hotel.

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    In general, the place is budget. By the way, the hotel is a minute walk from the water park “Siam Park”. I stayed in the perfect room. The hotel had fresh towels. Overall, the service is exceptional.

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    Thank you for a pleasant stay. They had high speed wifi. It is located perfectly, practically next to shopping centers and the market.

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    Luxury hotel. It’s definitely worth stopping here! Friendly staff and GREAT breakfast. The room had a comfortable bed, a modern bathroom, as well as a balcony, minibar and kettle. Near the hotel was a clean white beach.

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    Very comfortable beds, healthy breakfast food, in general there is everything for an unforgettable pastime.

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    Attentive staff offered us a room with a spacious bedroom. If you want to stay in a lively area then this hotel is the right choice for you. In addition, it was no more than 15 minutes walk to Siam Mall. The food was great with a good selection of…

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    Everything was very clean. Great bed, comfortable bedroom also had a balcony, safe and fridge. This is a well organized hotel with good service.

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    spacious bedroom, reception staff were attentive. We had an amazing view of the sea from our window! This hotel is located in a commercial area and offers soundproofed rooms. There was a heated pool, the water was great.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    • Sol Tenerife’s Piscina Restaurant serves international cuisine.

    • Sol Tenerife is located next to Playa de las Americas.

    • Accommodation in the hotel Sol Tenerife Playa de las Americas will cost 117€ minimum.

    • Sol Tenerife is about 5 minutes’ walk from the city centre.

    • Tenerife South Airport is located 20 km from the Sol Tenerife Playa de las Americas.

    • The Los Geranios bus stop is 500 meters from the Sol Tenerife.

    • Siam Park is a 20-minute walk from the Sol Tenerife Playa de las Americas.

    • Yes, there are Restaurante Oriental Merlion and Greek Corner near Sol Tenerife.

    • Sol Tenerife offers a sun terrace, a golf course and a hairdresser’s.

    • No, the Sol Tenerife Playa de las Americas does not allow pets. Please contact the hotel for details.

    • Yes, the Sol Tenerife hotel has free cancellation. Please contact the hotel directly for detailed booking conditions.

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    LAGO de Santiago Poerto de Santiago

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    Lago De Santiago Apartment

    Lago De Santiago Apartment is located in Puerto de Santiago50. from La Arena Beach. Los Gigantes Cliffs and Vigilia Park Apartments are within a short drive.

    Punta de Alcala is located 3.1 km from the apartments. The city center is 1 km away. Guests can dine at Tasca Juanito and Tiramisu, which are a 5-minute walk away. Guests will enjoy the location near the El Mirador archipelago.

    Some rooms include a dining area, a balcony and a desk. The apartments include a shower, towels and a hairdryer.

    A washing machine, an electric kettle and a refrigerator are at your disposal. The bus stop “Puerto de Santiago” is 150 meters away. Guests can swim in the outdoor pool.

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    • Free parking
    • Off-site parking

    Transfer

    • Paid airport transfer

    Leisure/entertainment

    • Diving
    • Hiking
    • Fishing

    Services provided

    • Room cleaning
    • Car rental

    Power

    • Outdoor Dining

    In the kitchen

    • Electric kettle
    • kitchen utensils

    Business

    • Fax/photocopy

    For children

    • Cribs
    • Babysitting/Child care
    • Children playground
    • Open pool
    • beach access
    • Sun terrace
    • Outdoor bath

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    • Recreation area
    • Terrace
    • Dinner table
    • Ironing accessories

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    • Washing machine
    • Free toiletries

    Instruments

    • flat screen TV

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    • Non-smoking rooms
    • Elevator
    • fire extinguishers
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    Animals

    • Pets allowed

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    Reception of the race: from 16:00 to 20:00

    Exit registration: from 11:00 to 12:00

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    Things to do in Tenerife | Travel news

    How about knowing Tenerife Today? We start the week with the largest of the seven Canary Islands, a great place to travel If you love nature, it welcomes visitors all year round.

    So, today our article will be about what to do in Tenerife .

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    Tenerife

    As we have said, Tenerife This is the largest island and one of the most populous in the Canary Islands. . It has almost a million stable residents, but millions of tourists come here every year, as it is without a doubt one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain, if not the most popular.

    Seno two airports , south and north, and the capital is the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The island is the result of the merger of three islands millions of years ago, which, in turn, arose some time ago from the depths of the Atlantic and were formed as a result of volcanic activity. A) Yes, this diverse scenery From high mountains (here the highest mountain in Spain – Mount Teide) to fabulous beaches that sparkle with gold in the sun.

    What to see in Tenerife

    First, the capital. Cities are always good gateways. Santa Cruz It is located in the extreme east of Tenerife and has one of the oldest ports on the Atlantic Ocean. From here, many ships left for America, and in the XNUMXth century, it developed very quickly. Today it is a big city, and the port is no longer abandoned by expeditions or immigrants, but goes on cruises in the Caribbean.

    If you like the wave of buses A homeless person can take one that takes you around the city. It is done in an up-down style and allows you to experience many of the city’s iconic sites: the Auditorium, the Parliament, the University of La Laguna, the Plaza de España, the Plaza de la Candelaria… a tour if you don’t go with time or want to take a look before going back to what you’re really interested in.

    Just because it’s a city doesn’t mean you can’t run to the beach. Here is the best Playa de las Teresitas , kilometer-long beach with golden sand, palm trees, calm waters and pleasant breezes. Considered one of the most beautiful beaches in north of Tenerife . It is located between the mountains of Anaga, not far from the capital, in the village of San Andrés. If you don’t like that people don’t go on weekends, but if you’re away for a few days, don’t miss it, especially if you don’t know one Caribbean style beach.

    Obviously the most popular event here is carnival. From February to March, the city comes alive for a few weeks, filled with people in disguise, parades and dances take place all night, and, no doubt, it becomes a lot of fun for those who party people .

    After Santa Cruz Masca . It is a beautiful place, northwest of the foot of the Teno Mountains . Deep ravines, lush green vegetation, breathtaking landscapes. Let’s say it’s magical place. After walking about three hours from the village, you will reach Masca Bay and there you will see another amazing scene.

    From the bay you have two options: return or return on foot, which is difficult, or take a boat to Los Gigantes . Here are high multi-colored rocks, giants, warm water, insurmountable abysses and a flat city with a marina, restaurants and bars on the turquoise sea. Beautiful? Of course.

    The truth is that There are many routes in Tenerife whether you come to Coche or rent it like you like it Cycling . The website itself offers tours that include walks through pine forests, Camino de Santiago, confluences of sea and mountains, vineyards, honey production, one that passes through castles, another that crosses flowering almond trees at certain times of the year, the route museums and historical routes …

    Traveling through Tenerife, you will meet many points of view: Archipenque lookout, Agios, Baracan, Chivisaya, Cruz de Hilda, El Boquerón, Cumbre del Norte lookout, Cruz del Carmen lookout.

    Which beaches do we recommend in Tenerife? Well there are beaches golden sands and black sands . There is the Playa Jardín complex with Playa Chica and Punta Brava, a well known place in Puerto de la Cruz surrounded by gardens. A quiet beach is Alabama Beach, which is next to the hotel: calm water, golden sand, next to a shell-shaped rock, and the best place to lose your sight at sunset.

    Other beaches Ajabo beach , black sands, Alcala beach , which is Almazigi, Antequera beach , hidden and difficult to walk on foot Arenisque beach or, in the south, El Bobo beach, full of islands and useful El Camison Beach , charming and southern Playa de El Medano, El Socorro Beach , great for surfers, La Arena beach, black and gravel, La Jaquita, La Pinta or La Nope, 25 meters wide and 210 meters long.

    There are many more beaches, it all depends on which side of the island you move from or whether you plan to visit it. Continuing to explore the nature of Tenerife, one cannot fail to mention Teide National Park , World Heritage Site. This is an example of volcanism , a stunning landscape that, as we said above, is the highest peak in Spain – 3718 meters s. Hundreds of cones, caves, streams, a caldera and the world’s only stratovolcano Tedi Pico Viejo.

    There are 19 thousand hectares in the park , huge. You can get here by bus from Puerto de la Cruz or from Costa Adeje or by car. If you are driving then it is better because you can go around the whole park and the best route is to go up one route and then another. The Teide Gorges form a caldera with a diameter of 17 meters and here you see Pico del Teide with its magnitude of 3718 meters, being the third highest volcano in the world.

    You can also use cable car , with base station at 2.356 meters and terminal at 3.555 meters. There are eight minutes between one and the other, and this is an exciting flight. From the terminal, you can continue on a route that will leave you in the crater. It will be a 40 minute walk and it is not easy, but the views of the islands and the sea are worth it. Of course, you can’t just go on an adventure and you need to apply for a special permit in the national park, online and in advance. You don’t pay for this, but you must set a date.

    The park also has a trail network, self-guided trails or guided trails daily, except these dates: 25 December and 1 and 6 January. The paths vary in route and difficulty, so you must be aware of your abilities.

    Another thing you can do is visit the IAC (Instituto Astrofísico de Canarias) . Volcano Life offers guided tours in several languages.

Temperature in costa brava in march: Costa Brava March Weather, Average Temperature (Spain)

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Costa Brava March Weather, Average Temperature (Spain)

Daily high temperatures increase by 4°F, from 57°F to 61°F, rarely falling below 50°F or exceeding 68°F.

Daily low temperatures increase by 4°F, from 43°F to 47°F, rarely falling below 36°F or exceeding 52°F.

For reference, on August 5, the hottest day of the year, temperatures in Costa Brava typically range from 68°F to 82°F, while on January 12, the coldest day of the year, they range from 40°F to 55°F.

Average High and Low Temperature in March in Costa BravaMar112233445566778899101011111212131314141515161617171818191920202121222223232424252526262727282829293030313135°F35°F40°F40°F45°F45°F50°F50°F55°F55°F60°F60°F65°F65°F70°F70°F75°F75°FFebAprMar 157°FMar 157°F43°F43°FMar 3161°FMar 3161°F47°F47°FMar 1159°FMar 1159°F45°F45°FMar 2160°FMar 2160°F46°F46°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 March. 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 March in Costa Brava

Average Hourly Temperature in March in Costa BravaMar112233445566778899101011111212131314141515161617171818191920202121222223232424252526262727282829293030313112 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 AMFebAprvery coldcoldcoolcool

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.

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The month of March in Costa Brava experiences essentially constant cloud cover, with the percentage of time that the sky is overcast or mostly cloudy remaining about 43% throughout the month.

The clearest day of the month is March 21, with clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy conditions 58% of the time.

For reference, on October 22, the cloudiest day of the year, the chance of overcast or mostly cloudy conditions is 47%, while on July 21, the clearest day of the year, the chance of clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy skies is 83%.

Cloud Cover Categories in March in Costa Brava

Cloud Cover Categories in March in Costa BravaMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310%100%10%90%20%80%30%70%40%60%50%50%60%40%70%30%80%20%90%10%100%0%FebAprMar 157%Mar 157%Mar 3157%Mar 3157%Mar 1157%Mar 1157%Mar 2158%Mar 2158%clearmostly clearpartly cloudymostly cloudyovercast

0%
clear
20%
mostly clear
40%
partly cloudy
60%
mostly cloudy
80%
overcast
100%

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 Costa Brava, the chance of a wet day over the course of March is essentially constant, remaining around 17% throughout.

For reference, the year’s highest daily chance of a wet day is 22% on May 2, and its lowest chance is 9% on July 13.

Probability of Precipitation in March in Costa Brava

Probability of Precipitation in March in Costa BravaMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310%0%2%2%4%4%6%6%8%8%10%10%12%12%14%14%16%16%18%18%20%20%22%22%FebAprMar 117%Mar 117%Mar 3118%Mar 3118%Mar 1117%Mar 1117%Mar 2118%Mar 2118%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 March in Costa Brava is essentially constant, remaining about 1.7 inches throughout, and rarely exceeding 3.7 inches or falling below 0.2 inches.

The lowest average 31-day accumulation is 1.6 inches on March 4.

Average Monthly Rainfall in March in Costa Brava

Average Monthly Rainfall in March in Costa BravaMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310 in0 in1 in1 in2 in2 in3 in3 in4 in4 inFebAprMar 31.6 inMar 31.6 inMar 311.8 inMar 311.8 inMar 111.6 inMar 111.6 inMar 211.7 inMar 211.7 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 March in Costa Brava, the length of the day is rapidly increasing. From the start to the end of the month, the length of the day increases by 1 hour, 25 minutes, implying an average daily increase of 2 minutes, 49 seconds, and weekly increase of 19 minutes, 45 seconds.

The shortest day of the month is March 1, with 11 hours, 15 minutes of daylight and the longest day is March 31, with 12 hours, 39 minutes of daylight.

Hours of Daylight and Twilight in March in Costa Brava

Hours of Daylight and Twilight in March in Costa BravaMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310 hr24 hr4 hr20 hr8 hr16 hr12 hr12 hr16 hr8 hr20 hr4 hr24 hr0 hrFebAprMar 2012 hr, 8 minMar 2012 hr, 8 minnightnightdaydayMar 111 hr, 15 minMar 111 hr, 15 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 Costa Brava is 6:40 AM on March 26 and the latest sunrise is 58 minutes later at 7:38 AM on March 27.

The earliest sunset is 6:37 PM on March 1 and the latest sunset is 1 hour, 34 minutes later at 8:11 PM on March 31.

Daylight saving time (DST) starts at 3:00 AM on March 27, 2022, shifting sunrise and sunset to be an hour later.

For reference, on June 21, the longest day of the year, the Sun rises at 6:12 AM and sets 15 hours, 14 minutes later, at 9:26 PM, while on December 21, the shortest day of the year, it rises at 8:11 AM and sets 9 hours, 8 minutes later, at 5:19 PM.

Sunrise & Sunset with Twilight and Daylight Saving Time in March in Costa Brava

Sunrise & Sunset with Twilight and Daylight Saving Time in March in Costa BravaMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031312 AM4 AM6 AM8 AM10 AM12 PM2 PM4 PM6 PM8 PM10 PM12 AMFebApr6:40 AM6:40 AMMar 267:06 PMMar 267:06 PM7:22 AM7:22 AMMar 16:37 PMMar 16:37 PMMar 27DSTMar 27DSTSolarMidnightSolarMidnightSolarNoonSunriseSunset

The solar day over the course of March. 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 transitions to and from daylight saving time are indicated by the ‘DST’ labels.

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 March in Costa Brava

Solar Elevation and Azimuth in March in Costa BravaMar112233445566778899101011111212131314141515161617171818191920202121222223232424252526262727282829293030313112 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 AMFebApr001010202020303040500001010202030303040405060

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Solar elevation and azimuth over the course of March 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 March 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 March in Costa Brava

Moon Rise, Set & Phases in March in Costa BravaMar112233445566778899101011111212131314141515161617171818191920202121222223232424252526262727282829293030313112 AM12 AM4 AM4 AM8 AM8 AM12 PM12 PM4 PM4 PM8 PM8 PM12 AM12 AMFebAprFeb 16:47 AMFeb 16:47 AMFeb 165:57 PMFeb 165:57 PMMar 26:35 PMMar 26:35 PMMar 188:18 AMMar 188:18 AMApr 18:25 AMApr 18:25 AMApr 168:56 PMApr 168:56 PMApr 3010:29 PMApr 3010:29 PM8:33 AM8:33 AM6:18 PM6:18 PM6:05 PM6:05 PM8:27 AM8:27 AM7:36 AM7:36 AM6:24 PM6:24 PM6:05 PM6:05 PM7:18 AM7:18 AM7:51 AM7:51 AM8:33 PM8:33 PM8:18 PM8:18 PM7:32 AM7:32 AM8:32 PM8:32 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.

Mar 2022 Illumination Moonrise Moonset Moonrise Meridian Passing Distance
1 2% 7:05 AM ESE 5:10 PM WSW 12:07 PM S 230,505 mi
2 0% 7:36 AM ESE 6:24 PM WSW 12:59 PM S 232,497 mi
3 1% 8:02 AM E 7:35 PM W 1:48 PM S 235,069 mi
4 4% 8:26 AM E 8:44 PM W 2:33 PM S 238,042 mi
5 9% 8:49 AM E 9:51 PM W 3:17 PM S 241,186 mi
6 16% 9:11 AM ENE 10:56 PM WNW 4:00 PM S 244,244 mi
7 25% 9:35 AM ENE 4:44 PM S 246,966 mi
8 34% 12:01 AM WNW 10:02 AM ENE 5:29 PM S 249,132 mi
9 43% 1:04 AM WNW 10:32 AM ENE 6:16 PM S 250,574 mi
10 50% 2:06 AM WNW 11:09 AM NE 7:05 PM S 251,183 mi
11 63% 3:05 AM NW 11:52 AM NE 7:55 PM S 250,926 mi
12 72% 3:58 AM NW 12:43 PM NE 8:45 PM S 249,842 mi
13 80% 4:45 AM NW 1:40 PM NE 9:36 PM S 248,038 mi
14 88% 5:25 AM WNW 2:43 PM ENE 10:25 PM S 245,680 mi
15 94% 5:59 AM WNW 3:49 PM ENE 11:13 PM S 242,975 mi
16 98% 6:28 AM WNW 4:57 PM ENE 11:59 PM S 240,148 mi
17 99% 6:54 AM WNW 6:05 PM E
18 100% 7:18 AM W 7:15 PM E 12:45 AM S 237,418 mi
19 99% 7:41 AM W 8:25 PM E 1:30 AM S 234,974 mi
20 96% 8:05 AM W 9:38 PM ESE 2:17 AM S 232,952 mi
21 91% 8:31 AM WSW 10:52 PM ESE 3:05 AM S 231,428 mi
22 83% 9:02 AM WSW 3:57 AM S 230,415 mi
23 73% 12:08 AM ESE 9:39 AM WSW 4:54 AM S 229,881 mi
24 62% 1:23 AM SE 10:24 AM SW 5:54 AM S 229,767 mi
25 50% 2:33 AM SE 11:21 AM SW 6:57 AM S 230,015 mi
26 38% 3:34 AM SE 12:26 PM SW 8:00 AM S 230,584 mi
27 30% 5:24 AM SE 2:39 PM WSW 4:00 AM ESE 231,220 mi
28 17% 6:05 AM ESE 3:53 PM WSW 10:59 AM S 232,648 mi
29 9% 6:37 AM ESE 5:06 PM WSW 11:51 AM S 234,165 mi
30 4% 7:04 AM ESE 6:18 PM W 12:40 PM S 236,016 mi
31 1% 7:28 AM E 7:26 PM W 1:26 PM S 238,173 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 Costa Brava is essentially constant during March, remaining around 0% throughout.

For reference, on August 12, the muggiest day of the year, there are muggy conditions 42% of the time, while on December 12, the least muggy day of the year, there are muggy conditions 0% of the time.

Humidity Comfort Levels in March in Costa Brava

Humidity Comfort Levels in March in Costa BravaMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310%0%10%10%20%20%30%30%40%40%50%50%60%60%70%70%80%80%90%90%100%100%FebAprMar 10%Mar 10%Mar 310%Mar 310%Mar 110%Mar 110%Mar 210%Mar 210%drydrycomfortablecomfortable

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 Costa Brava is gradually decreasing during March, decreasing from 12.7 miles per hour to 12.1 miles per hour over the course of the month.

For reference, on December 13, the windiest day of the year, the daily average wind speed is 13.0 miles per hour, while on August 12, the calmest day of the year, the daily average wind speed is 9.0 miles per hour.

Average Wind Speed in March in Costa Brava

Average Wind Speed in March in Costa BravaMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310 mph0 mph5 mph5 mph20 mph20 mph25 mph25 mph30 mph30 mphFebAprMar 112. 7 mphMar 112.7 mphMar 3112.1 mphMar 3112.1 mphMar 1612.3 mphMar 1612.3 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 Costa Brava throughout March is predominantly from the north, with a peak proportion of 54% on March 2.

Wind Direction in March in Costa Brava

Wind Direction in March in Costa BravaMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310%100%20%80%40%60%60%40%80%20%100%0%FebAprsouthnortheastwest

northeastsouthwest

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).

Costa Brava 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 Costa Brava is essentially constant during March, remaining around 55°F throughout.

Average Water Temperature in March in Costa Brava

Average Water Temperature in March in Costa BravaMar112233445566778899101011111212131314141515161617171818191920202121222223232424252526262727282829293030313153°F53°F54°F54°F55°F55°F56°F56°F57°F57°F58°F58°F59°F59°F60°F60°F61°F61°FFebAprMar 155°FMar 155°FMar 3155°FMar 3155°FMar 1155°FMar 1155°FMar 2155°FMar 2155°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).

The growing season in Costa Brava typically lasts for 11 months (321 days), from around February 5 to around December 23, rarely starting after March 4, or ending before November 23.

The month of March in Costa Brava is more likely than not fully within the growing season, with the chance that a given day is in the growing season increasing from 87% to 100% over the course of the month.

Time Spent in Various Temperature Bands and the Growing Season in March in Costa Brava

Time Spent in Various Temperature Bands and the Growing Season in March in Costa Bravagrowing seasonMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310%100%10%90%20%80%30%70%40%60%50%50%60%40%70%30%80%20%90%10%100%0%FebApr87%Mar 187%Mar 1100%Mar 31100%Mar 3196%Mar 1196%Mar 1199%Mar 2199%Mar 2150%Feb 550%Feb 5very coldcoldcoolcomfortable

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 Costa Brava are gradually increasing during March, increasing by 123°F, from 114°F to 237°F, over the course of the month.

Growing Degree Days in March in Costa Brava

Growing Degree Days in March in Costa BravaMar1122334455667788991010111112121313141415151616171718181919202021212222232324242525262627272828292930303131100°F100°F150°F150°F200°F200°F250°F250°F300°F300°FFebAprMar 1114°FMar 1114°FMar 31237°FMar 31237°FMar 11146°FMar 11146°FMar 21187°FMar 21187°F

The average growing degree days accumulated over the course of March, 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 Costa Brava is increasing during March, rising by 1.4 kWh, from 3.7 kWh to 5.1 kWh, over the course of the month.

Average Daily Incident Shortwave Solar Energy in March in Costa Brava

Average Daily Incident Shortwave Solar Energy in March in Costa BravaMar11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310 kWh0 kWh2 kWh2 kWh3 kWh3 kWh4 kWh4 kWh5 kWh5 kWh5 kWh5 kWh6 kWh6 kWh7 kWh7 kWh8 kWh8 kWhFebAprMar 13.7 kWhMar 13.7 kWhMar 315.1 kWhMar 315. 1 kWhMar 164.5 kWhMar 164.5 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 Costa Brava are 41.883 deg latitude, 3.163 deg longitude, and 0 ft elevation.

The topography within 2 miles of Costa Brava 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 Costa Brava is covered by cropland (44%), trees (28%), and water (20%), within 10 miles by water (54%) and trees (22%), and within 50 miles by water (65%) and trees (20%).

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

The details of the data sources used for this report can be found on the Roses page.

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Costa Brava

Província de Girona, Catalonia, Spain

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Costa Brava, Spain – March Weather

What’s the weather like in Costa Brava in March

Temperature

The weather begins to improve in Costa Brava, Spain in March, when the spring season begins to bloom. During this time of the year, the average temperature for the Costa Brava starts off at 9°C on March 1st and gradually rises until it reaches 11. 5°C by March 31st. The daily highs and lows for the region follow the same pattern, rising from 15°C to 17°C and from 3°C to 6°C, respectively, as the month progresses.

With cool average temperatures like these you’ll need to bring plenty of warm clothing such as jumpers, coats and jeans to make sure you’re warm whilst on holiday. Unless you’re planning on enjoying a dip in an indoor swimming pool or at a spa, you’re best off leaving your swimming gear at home, too.

Although it only occurs on an average of once every ten days, temperatures can sometimes rise above 22°C or fall below -1°C in March in the Costa Brava. The hottest March day ever recorded at the Girona airport weather station the most accurately located weather station for the Costa Brava is March 23rd 2001, when temperatures as high as 29°C were registered. At the other end of the scale, the coldest March day ever recorded at Girona airport is March 12th 1973, when temperatures as low as -5. 8°C were registered.

Rain

Across March, the Costa Brava receives an average of 45mm (2 inches) of rainfall which is divided between eight rainy days. With rainfall occurring on around ¼ of the month, there is quite a good chance of you experiencing some of the wet stuff during your holiday, so play it safe and pack an umbrella or some waterproof clothing.

The highest monthly rainfall ever recorded at the airport in Girona in March is 139 l/m2, which was recorded in 1993. The maximum number of rainy days ever registered here during this month is 17 which happened in 2013 and the maximum amount of precipitation ever to fall within a single 24-hour period during March is 71.2 l/m2, all of which fell on March 1st 1993.

The likelihood of precipitation occurring on an average day in the Costa Brava in March steadily increases as the month progresses. Rainfall is least likely to make an appearance on March 1st when it only falls on 30% of days, whilst rainfall is most likely to occur on March 30th when it falls on 36% of days.

The most common types of precipitation you can expect to see during this month in the Costa Brava are moderate rain, drizzle and light rain. Although it’s unlikely, snowfall has been known to make an appearance during this month. The highest number of snowy days ever experienced in the area in March is two, which happened in 2010.

Average Sunshine Hours

The Costa Brava boasts an average of nine hours of sunshine each day in March that’s one hour more each day than in February. With so many sunshine hours to take advantage of, you’ll have loads of opportunities to explore the area, although it might be a bit too cold to spend a day at the beach.

Average Sea Temperature

With an average sea water temperature as low as 14°C, you wouldn’t be able to go for a swim in the sea anyway.

Daylight Hours

Throughout March, the length of the day is gradually increasing in the Costa Brava, with a difference of 1:25 hours between the start and the end of the month. March 1st is the shortest day of the month with 11:16 hours of daylight, whilst March 31st is the longest day of the month with 12:41 hours of daylight.

Humidity

During this month, the relative   for the Costa Brava fluctuates between 47% (comfortable) and 97% (very humid) almost never falling below 28% (dry) or reaching 100%. On average, the most humid day of the month is March 22nd, when the average daily humidity rises above 95% three days out of every four. At the other end of the scale, the driest day of the month is March 15th, when the average daily humidity falls below 58% three days out of every four.

Wind

In March, normal wind speeds range between 0 m/s (calm) and 6 m/s (moderate breeze) in the Costa Brava, rarely rising above 10 m/s (fresh breeze). The highest average wind speed of 2 m/s (light breeze) happens around March 31st, when the average daily maximum is 6 m/s. On the other hand, the lowest average wind speed of 2 m/s occurs around March 9th, when the average daily maximum is 5 m/s (gentle breeze).

Costa Brava Hotels in March

Families and couples looking for somewhere to stay during their holiday in the Costa Brava should take a look at Santa Rosa. This four-star hotel is located in Lloret de Mar, making it ideally located for access to numerous bars, restaurants and shops. Here you’ll find accommodation in the form of standard and superior double and triple rooms, as well as family rooms, providing something for all budgets and group sizes. Guests are encouraged to take full advantage of the services and facilities available onsite, such as 24-hour reception, restaurant, heated swimming pool, solarium, sauna, Jacuzzi, parking and WiFi access.

Also located in Llorest de Mar, Els Llorers is a family-friendly hotel situated just a short walk away from the nearest beach and the town centre. Here guests can choose between a number of one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments, several of which come with sea views. There are all sorts of services and facilities available onsite, including bar-restaurant, free WiFi access, courtesy transport, 24-hour reception, excursion booking, free parking, swimming pool and pets under 20kg are allowed to stay onsite.

When it comes to affordable luxury in the Costa Brava, Hotel Barcarola is a top pick. Accommodation is provided in the form of luxury rooms, adapted rooms, junior suites, duplex suites, apartments and penthouses, each of which can sleep between two and eight guests. There are loads of onsite amenities and services available for guests to enjoy, such as free WiFi access throughout, swimming pool, restaurant, free parking, shuttle service, car rental and bike rental.

Costa Brava Beach for March

Although it might be a bit too cold to enjoy a swim, there’s nothing stopping you from enjoying a walk along one of the beaches during your holiday in Costa Brava. Cala Pola Beach in Tossa de Mar is a small sandy cove which gets incredibly popular with tourists and residents during the hot summer months, making March a great month to visit it. Here you’ll find golden sand which gently slopes down into aquamarine waters, providing superb photo opportunities. There are no real facilities available on the beach, although there is plenty to see and do in the area, with a castle, bars, restaurants, cafes and shops located just a short walk away.

Situated between Lloret de Mar and Blanes, Cala Treumal Beach is another picture-perfect beach located in Costa Brava. This natural cove is made up of golden sands flanked by calm blue sea on one side and a fragrant pine forest on the other side. The beach’s Blue Flag status is testament of the superb facilities which include bar-restaurant, showers, toilets, lifeguards, sun beds, parasols and pedalo hire. Although it might be too cold to take a dip, it’s worth visiting this beach just to see how beautiful it is.

Bars and Restaurants

Sushi lovers won’t want to miss the opportunity to dine at El Xiringuito. Highly regarded as the best restaurant in the whole of the Costa Brava, this eatery is located in L’Escala and specialises in seafood, with special attention paid to their sushi dishes. There is an extensive menu to choose from, although if you’re dining on a budget, you’re best off choosing the sushi dish of the day or the fish dish of the day, both of which are superb value for money.

Bar Informal is perfect for families looking for somewhere to enjoy an affordable meal together. This child-friendly restaurant is found in Empuriabrava and boasts a home-away-from-home atmosphere which wins everyone over. Despite the small size of the menu, everything on it tastes fantastic, so don’t hesitate to try something new. If you’re in the mood to share, opt for the mixed tapas platter for two it comes highly recommended.

In the case that Restaurant Sant Pere del Bosc is fully booked, you can always snap up a table at Restaurante de Fabula Mediterranea. Rated just as highly as the previous restaurant, this eatery also serves a selection of Mediterranean cuisine, although it also comes with a relatively high price tag, too. Some of the most popular dishes on the menu include steaks, duck, sea bream and Dorada fish, all of which are cooked fresh to order.

Things to do in Costa Brava in March

Located in Lloret de Mar, the Santa Clotilde Gardens are a great place to while away an hour or two. Located on the top of a cliff with fantastic sea views, this landscaped garden is styled in the early 20th century Noucentista movement, making it a must-visit for art lovers or history buffs interested in that period.

Here you’ll find a number of different benches which you can relax on, as well as various statues, flowers and gardens which you can admire. However long you decide to stay here, make sure you bring your camera because you’ll be surrounded by photo opportunities at every turn. Unfortunately, there is no café within the gardens, so you’ll need to bring your own food and drinks if you plan on staying a few hours.

The Jardi Botanic de Cap Roig in Palafrugell is another garden worth visiting during your holiday in the Costa Brava. Unlike the Santa Clotilde Gardens which are mainly all green, the Jardi Botanic de Cap Roig is made up of all sorts of local and exotic flora scattered in between walking trails, ponds and historical buildings.

With so many different parts of the garden to explore, you could easily spend a whole day here without getting bored. Each of the gardens follows a specific theme, such as cacti and succulents, Mediterranean plants, mature trees and ferns, providing something for all avid gardeners to enjoy. Although there is no café, there is a vending machine available onsite for drinks.

Best Time to Visit Costa Brava (Climate Chart and Table)

On this page, you will find information about the climate and the best time to visit Costa Brava. We created climate tables and charts for the location of Lloret de Mar. These contain details about temperatures, precipitation and more.

Furthermore, we analyzed all climate data and provide a recommendation about which months are best to visit Costa Brava for your holiday.

Climate Overview

6 °C to 28 °C

13 °C to 24 °C

1. 14 – 3.15 in (4 – 9 Days of Rain)

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General & Geography

Table of Contents

1. General & Geography

2. Climate on the Costa Brava (Spain)

3. Best Time to Travel for Costa Brava: Overview

4. When is the best time to travel on the Costa Brava?

5. Climate Chart Costa Brava

5.1 Climate Chart Lloret de Mar

6. Climate Table Costa Brava

6.1 Climate Table Lloret de Mar

7. Popular Activities

7.1 More Attractions

8. Current Weather and Forecast

9. Spain: Regions

10. Experiences of our Visitors

11. Share your Experience and Win

The popular holiday region Costa Brava (“wild coast”) covers the northeastern Mediterranean coast of the Spanish region Catalonia over a length of over 120 miles. It stretches from Portbou on the Pyrenees to Lloret de Mar.

At the southern end of the Costa Brava begins the metropolitan province of Barcelona. The coast owes its name to the rugged rock formations and steeply sloping serras. However, there are also many beautiful sandy beaches, including Sant Pere Pescador and the resort of Empuriabrava.

The overall rough coast is unsurpassed in natural beauty, on the Costa Brava active holidaymakers and seaside holidaymakers alike get their money’s worth. In addition, a large number of exciting inland attractions, from the Salvador Dalí Museum to old Romanesque monastery ruins and picturesque old towns, attract visitors.

The most important tourist centres of the Costa Brava are Calella (de la Costa), Lloret de Mar, Ampuriabrava, Rosas, Tossa de Mar and Playa de Aro. Playa de Pals, L’Escala, Malgrat de Mar, Santa Susanna and Pineda de Mar are also becoming increasingly popular.

Those who do not travel to the Costa Brava by car can easily reach the region via the international airport Girona-Costa Brava about 8 miles outside the provincial capital Girona. The journey via Barcelona (about 56 miles from Lloret de Mar) is also a cheap and fast option.

Climate on the Costa Brava (Spain)

The Costa Brava has a Mediterranean climate, which is always somewhat cooled by the partly strong winds (Tramuntana), especially in spring and autumn. The average temperatures are therefore also slightly below those of Andalusia or the Costa Blanca.

Nevertheless, the Costa Brava climate can be described as very pleasant and mild. Between June and September the daytime temperatures are always above 25 °C, although peaks of more than 30 °C are possible on hot days.

The partly icy land wind in spring and autumn sometimes reaches storm strength and makes these travel seasons on the Costa Brava somewhat unpredictable. The coast has around 210 sunny days a year and experiences the heaviest rainfall statistically between September and November.

Beach Vacation in March

Diani Beach

29 °C    33 °C

2. 2 in

Ko Samui

28 °C    31 °C

2.01 in

Maldives

28 °C    31 °C

2.87 in

Playa del Carmen

26 °C    30 °C

1.1 in

Punta Cana

26 °C    28 °C

2.13 in

Salalah

26 °C    30 °C

0.31 in

Abu Dhabi

23 °C    28 °C

0.55 in

Thailand

29 °C    35 °C

1.69 in

Cuba

28 °C    29 °C

1. 46 in

Mozambik

30 °C    33 °C

7.2 in

Best Time to Visit Costa Brava: Overview

JanuaryJan

MaximumMax. 13 °C
Water max. 13 °C

FebruaryFeb

MaximumMax. 14 °C
Water max. 13 °C

MarchMar

TemperaturesTemp. up to 16 °C
Water max. 13 °C

AprilApr

TemperaturesTemp. up to 18 °C
Water max. 15 °C

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NovemberNov

TemperaturesTemp. up to 16 °C

DecemberDec

MaximumMax. 13 °C
Water max. 15 °C

When is the best time to travel on the Costa Brava?

The best weather conditions are in midsummer, generally the season starts in May and usually ends at the beginning of October. The best time to visit the Costa Brava is from June to September, with July and August being the absolute high season.

Outside the tourist season, the Costa Brava is very quiet and many hotels are closed. Nevertheless, the fringe months of April and October can still be very suitable for a relaxed trip, with pleasant water temperatures still prevailing, especially in October.

Climate Chart Costa Brava

Lloret de Mar

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Source of Data: German Weather Service (Offenbach) and Wikipedia

Climate Table Costa Brava

In the following, you will find the climate table for Costa Brava, containing information about Temperatures, Precipitation, Water Temperatures, and Hours of Sunshine.

Temperatures, Precipitation, Sunshine in Lloret de Mar (Costa Brava)

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Day Temperature 13° 14° 16° 18° 21° 25° 28° 28° 25° 21° 16° 13°
Night Temperature 11° 14° 18° 21° 21° 19° 15° 11°
Water Temperature 13° 13° 13° 15° 18° 21° 23° 24° 23° 21° 18° 15°
Precipitation (inch) 1. 3 1.65 1.81 1.85 2.05 1.69 1.14 1.89 3.03 3.15 3.15 1.85
Rainy days 5 5 8 8 8 6 4 6 8 9 5 6
Hours of Sunshine 5 6 6 7 8 9 10 9 7 6 5 4

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Temperatures

The annual average temperature in Lloret de Mar is 16.5 °C.

For comparison: London 11 °C, NYC 12 °C, LA 17. 9 °C

Warmest month: July (24.3 °C)
Coldest month: January (9.5 °C)

The maximum water temperature in Lloret de Mar is 24 °C. You can take a bath at these temperatures.

Months with water temperature of at least 17 °C (Limited bathing is possible):
May, June, July, August, September, October, and November

Months with water temperature of at least 21 °C (adequate for beach vacation):
June, July, August, September, and October

Precipitation

Overall annual precipitation: 24.57 inch on 78 rainy days

For comparison: London 24.06 in, NYC 41.57 in, LA 12.01 in

There is no rainy season (months with more than 6.9 in of precipitation).

You cannot expect snow in any month in Lloret de Mar.

Sunshine

As our climate table shows, July is the sunniest month with an average of 10.1 hours of sunshine per day. Over the year, there are 6. 8 hours of sunshine per day on average. For comparison: London has 4.1, NYC has 7 and LA has 8.9 hours of sunshine per day on average.

Popular Activities

More information about the best things to do: Costa Brava

More attractions

Tossa de Mar: PADI Discovery Scuba Diving | Costa Brava: Water World Aquatic Park & Optional Transfer | Palafolls: Marineland Dolphinarium and Water Park Tickets | Girona: Jewish Heritage Guided City Tour and Museum Visit | Lloret de Mar: 4-Hour Group Celebration Cruise | Girona: Monumental Walking Tour | Tossa de Mar: Scuba Diving |

Current Weather and Forecast

Current Weather in Lloret de Mar

    overcast clouds, 11.3 °C

Clouds: 100 %       Wind: 1 mph W
Air Pressure: 1013 hPa       Humidity: 96 %

Last updated: 13th Mar 2022, 08:30 am

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8 °C to 11 °C 7 °C to 11 °C 8 °C to 12 °C 9 °C to 14 °C 9 °C to 13 °C 10 °C to 13 °C
Clouds: 97 % Clouds: 70 % Clouds: 80 % Clouds: 42 % Clouds: 65 % Clouds: 92 %
0. 11 in of rain No Precipitation 0.3 in of rain 0.29 in of rain 0.01 in of rain 0.03 in of rain

Weather information provided by OpenWeatherMap. (CC BY-SA)

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Spain: Regions

Costa Brava is part of the holiday destination Spain. We analyzed the climate for additional regions, in order to provide you with information about the best time to visit and the expected holiday weather:

Spain | Ibiza | Majorca | Menorca | Andalusia | Barcelona | Seville | Madrid | Malaga |

Best Time to Travel for the Regions

Lloret de Mar: June, July, August, and September

Hottest Month
  July: 28 °C
Day Temperature in Lloret de Mar

Coldest Month
  January: 6 °C
Night Temperature in Lloret de Mar

Rainiest Month
  October: 3. 15 in
Rain in Lloret de Mar

Driest Month
  July: 1.14 in
Rain in Lloret de Mar

Maximum Water Temperature
  August: 24 °C
Water Temperature in Lloret de Mar

Sunniest Month
  July: 10.1 hours/day
Sunshine in Lloret de Mar

Activities and Attractions

Distances to Costa Brava

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Costa Brava weather | Climate & Best Time to Visit

Costa Brava is a coastal paradise found in the Catalonia region of Spain. Rugged cliff tops hug the long stretch of coastline comprising of beautiful Mediterranean beaches and landscapes.

From beach days to exciting outdoor activities and charming cities to explore, there’s so much to enjoy here. But for the perfect getaway, you need the perfect weather.

Use the below guide to ensure the weather is what you want it to be on your trip to Costa Brava.

Costa Brava climate

Costa Brava has a typical Mediterranean climate, similar to Barcelona and other coastal cities in Spain. It is characterized by long hot, dry summers and cooler short winters. Summer comes with loads of sunshine and an average temperature of about 30°C.

The winter months are mild with an average temperature of 14°C. However, the Costa Brava temperatures can drop very low in January to about 3°C. It’s even dropped below freezing before.

The wet months are during Autumn, between October and November. October is the wettest month of the season with thunderstorms very typical during this time.

Best time to visit

Costa Brava is a paradise for beach and nature lovers so the best time to visit would be when the weather allows for a day of soaking up the sun or exploring one of the nature reserves.

The best time to visit Costa Brava is, for many, in June or September. These are the beginning and ending months of the Summer season and means that the temperatures are not unbearably hot.

You will have long days of sunshine and fantastic days on the beach with the evenings still warm enough to enjoy drinks and dinners outside.

If we had to choose a time to avoid Costa Brava it would be in October. This is their wettest season and could ruin your day on the beach or adventures into nature or the ancient cities. Still, it has its own unique charm when the rainstorms roll in.

Costa Brava, Spain weather by month

We have put together a breakdown of the weather in Costa Brava per month to ensure you know what to expect when you visit this coastal paradise.

This is an average weather prediction so always be sure to check the weather forecast for the temperature in Costa Brava a few days before your trip.

Costa Brava weather in January

Average temperatures: 11 – 14°C / 52 – 57°F

Average Rainfall: 42mm (low) 

Daily sunshine: 5 hours

This is the coldest of the Winter months with temperatures dropping low in the evenings. Overnight frost is common and some areas further inland have even been dusted with snow!

With that being said, Costa Brava’s countryside is a beautiful place to explore in the winter, light a fire and enjoy a glass of wine. You just won’t be visiting the beach during this time as the water is too cold for swimming and there isn’t enough sun to get a good tan.

Book your visit to the Costa Brava wineries here – it’s the perfect time for this

Costa Brava weather in February

Average temperatures: 12 – 15°C / 54 – 58°F

Average Rainfall: 34mm (low)

Daily sunshine: 6 hours

February is the last of the Winter months in Costa Brava and the temperature starts to rise slightly as well as the sun filling the day for slightly longer.

You might get lucky with a sunny beach day closer to the end of the month but if you are visiting in February expect the weather in Costa Brava to still be a little chilly for a day on the beach.

Costa Brava is known for its world-class golf courses and this is a great time to grab your clubs and enjoy a day on the course.

Costa Brava weather in March

Average temperatures: 16 – 18°C / 61 – 65°F

Average Rainfall: 42mm (low)

 Daily sunshine: 7 hours

This is the first month of Spring and although temperatures start to rise during the day, the evenings are still cool and can get quite windy.

It is also a lot wetter than the winter season but you do have more of a chance of a few sunnier days to take advantage of the beach. Although the water is still a bit chilly for some.

This is a great time to explore the ancient cities Costa Brava has to offer. Take a walking tour and be charmed by the medieval and gothic architecture of the fairytale towns.

Book your walking tour of Girona here

Costa Brava weather in April

Average temperatures: 18 – 20°C / 65 – 68°F 

Average Rainfall: 52mm (medium)

Daily sunshine: 8 hours

The temperatures steadily start to rise and the days start to get longer with more sunshine. This is a beautiful time as the trees and flowers are in full bloom and the nature on the cliffs is magnificent.

A visit to the spectacular Cap de Creus National Park is a must during this blooming Spring month.

The beaches also aren’t crowded at this time. So if you can handle swimming in slightly colder water then you should be able to get a few good beach days in with the area mostly all to yourself.

Costa Brava weather in May

Average temperatures: 22 – 24°C / 72 – 75°F

Average Rainfall: 62mm (high)

Daily sunshine: 9 hours

By May things are really starting to warm up before Summer is in full swing. With long days of sunshine and beaches still fairly quiet this is a great time to visit Costa Brava if you are keen to stay away from the hottest months but still enjoy some beach time.

You will also be able to comfortably explore the cities and enjoy different types of outdoor activities including a must-see visit to the Cap Roig Botanical Gardens.

Costa Brava weather in June

Average temperatures: 27 – 29°C / 80 – 84°F

Average Rainfall: 49mm (medium)

Daily sunshine: 10 hours

This is the first of the summer months and things really start to heat up. You will have long, beautiful days of sunshine and very little rain.

If you are after a holiday filled with glorious beach days in the sun, this is one of the best times to visit Costa Brava. You’ll want to spend all day in the crystal-clear water and perhaps even dabble in a few of the watersports or catamaran tours many of the beaches offer.

Book your catamaran tour here

Costa Brava weather in July

Average temperatures: 29 – 31°C / 84 – 88°F

Average Rainfall: 33mm (low)

Daily sunshine: 11 hours

July is the driest and hottest month in Costa Brava. With long days of sunshine, you definitely don’t want to forget your sunscreen if you are visiting in July.

Some find this month unbearably hot especially if trying to do walking activities in the city or visit the outdoor National Parks. However, if you are happy to bask in the sun all day and looking for the hottest time in Costa Brava, July is your month!

Costa Brava weather in August

Average temperatures: 29 – 31°C / 84 – 88°F

Average Rainfall: 48mm (medium)

Daily sunshine: 11 hours

Late August is a great time to visit Costa Brava as you will have the luxury of spending long days on the beach and in the warm water. You can also enjoy exciting activities like snorkeling and kayaking.

It is still very warm but not as scorching as July can be and you will be able to engage in a few more activities in the cities without getting too hot and bothered.

Book your snorkel and kayak tour here

Costa Brava weather in September

Average temperatures: 26 – 28°C / 80 – 83°F

Average Rainfall: 69mm (high)

Daily sunshine: 9 hours

September is the start of Autumn but still a really great time to visit Costa Brava. You’ll be able to participate in all your adventurous activities during the day and the nights are a bit cooler making evening drinks and dinners outdoors more comfortable.

Costa Brava weather in October

Average temperatures: 21 – 23°C / 70 – 73°F 

Average Rainfall: 73mm (high)

Daily sunshine: 7 hours

This is the wettest month of the season and probably a month we would advise you try and skip. With many of the activities in Costa Brava being weather dependent we would hate for your day to be cut short by a thunderstorm which is typical during this time.

It is best to plan your visit around indoor activities and now would be a great time to explore the Dali Museum of surrealism.

Book your museum tour here

Costa Brava weather in November

Average temperatures: 16 – 18°C / 61 – 64°F

Average Rainfall: 59mm (high)

Daily sunshine: 5 hours

The temperature starts to drop quite drastically in this final Autumn month. From an average temperature of 27°C in September to only 17°C in November.

This isn’t a great time to maximise your beach visits and with very little sunshine in the day it would be best to spend the morning exploring the ancient cities and then cosy up in a spot in the Costa Brava countryside.

Costa Brava weather in December

Average temperatures: 13 – 15°C / 55 – 59°F

Average Rainfall: 39mm (low) 

Daily sunshine: 5 hours

In December, there is very little sunshine during the day and the temperatures drop quite low. Quite a few of the small beach establishments actually close during winter so it’s best to plan a visit to one of the major cities like Girona or Tossa de Mar.

Roam around the storybook medieval streets and then enjoy some delicious Spanish tapas at one of the many amazing restaurants you’ll find in the city.

Last thoughts on weather in Costa Brava

Costa Brava has a lot to offer. You don’t want to miss out on the perfect beach days, picturesque National Parks and charming cities because of bad weather.

Make sure you plan your trip with the weather in mind to make the most of your time on this dazzling coastline.

 

 

 

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

The best times to visit Costa Brava for ideal weather are

April 23rd to November 4th

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

 


Costa Brava 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 Brava Travel Info

      Weather in Costa Brava

      Temperature

      Average temperatures in Costa Brava vary greatly. Considering humidity, temperatures feel nice most of the year, excluding some cold weeks in the winter, with a low chance of precipitation most of the year. The area is somewhat temperate — in the 49th 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 Brava, the hottest months are August, July, and then June. See average monthly temperatures below. The warmest time of year is generally early August where highs are regularly around 87.8°F (31°C) with temperatures rarely dropping below 63.9°F (17.7°C) at night.

      Costa Brava Temperatures (Fahrenheit)
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      Costa Brava Temperatures (Celsius)
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      “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 Brava Perceived Temperature (F)
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      Average Costa Brava 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.

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      Month Avg. High (°F) Avg. Mean (°F) Avg. Low (°F)
      Jan 57.5 44.3 34.4
      Feb 58.6 45.2 34.3
      Mar 62.9 50.1 39.3
      Apr 68.3 55.7 44.8
      May 74.3 61.7 50.4
      Jun 82. 1 69.3 57.8
      Jul 86.9 73.8 62.4
      Aug 87.1 73.9 63.2
      Sep 80.9 67.9 57.6
      Oct 73.6 61.3 51.4
      Nov 64 52 42.4
      Dec 58.1 45.2 35.6

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      Month Avg. High (°C) Avg. Mean (°C) Avg. Low (°C)
      Jan 14.2 6.8 1.3
      Feb 14.8 7.3 1.3
      Mar 17.2 10.1 4.1
      Apr 20.2 13.2 7.1
      May 23.5 16.5 10.2
      Jun 27.8 20.7 14.3
      Jul 30.5 23.2 16. 9
      Aug 30.6 23.3 17.3
      Sep 27.2 19.9 14.2
      Oct 23.1 16.3 10.8
      Nov 17.8 11.1 5.8
      Dec 14.5 7.3 2

       

       

      Precipitation (Rain or Snow)

      If dry weather is what you’re after, the months with the lowest chance of significant precipitation in Costa Brava are December, January, 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 to mid January. For example, on the week of January 8th there are no days of precipitation on average. By contrast, it’s most likely to rain or snow in late April with an average of 1 days of significant precipitation the week of April 23rd.

      When can you find snow in Costa Brava? Weather stations report moderate or seasonal snow likely to be deepest around March, especially close to early March. The best time to ski (if at all) in Costa Brava is often around around March 5th when fresh powder is deepest. 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 Brava.

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      Snow on the Ground

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

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      Average Rain and Snow by Month

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      Month Daily Chance of Rain Average Snow Depth (in) Total Precipitation (in)
      Jan 8% 0 0.9
      Feb 12% 0 1.5
      Mar 16% 5.9 2.9
      Apr 18% 0 2
      May 17% 0 2. 5
      Jun 11% 0 1.7
      Jul 8% 0 1.5
      Aug 12% 0 1.7
      Sep 12% 0 2.4
      Oct 12% 0 2.3
      Nov 14% 0 3
      Dec 7% 0 1

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      Month Daily Chance of Rain Average Snow Depth (cm) Total Precipitation (cm)
      Jan 8 0 2.3
      Feb 12 0 3.8
      Mar 16 15 7.4
      Apr 18 0 5.1
      May 17 0 6.4
      Jun 11 0 4.3
      Jul 8 0 3.8
      Aug 12 0 4. 3
      Sep 12 0 6.1
      Oct 12 0 5.8
      Nov 14 0 7.6
      Dec 7 0 2.5

       

      Humidity and Wind

      Costa Brava has some very humid months, with other comfortably humid months. The least humid month is July (57% relative humidity), and the most humid month is January (72.2%).

      Wind in Costa Brava is usually extremely calm. The windiest month is July, followed by June and August. July’s average wind speed of around 4.5 knots (5.1 MPH or 8.3 KPH) is considered “a light breeze.” Maximum sustained winds (the highest speed for the day lasting more than a few moments) are at their highest in late July where average top sustained speeds reach 13.9 knots, which is considered a moderate breeze.

      Relative Humidity (%)

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

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      Wind

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

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      Average Daily Wind

      Average Wind Speeds

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      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 2.5 Barely noticeable 8.8 Gentle breeze
      Feb 3.3 Barely noticeable 11.2 Significant breeze
      Mar 3.9 Barely noticeable 12.3 Gentle breeze
      Apr 4.1 Light breeze 12.6 Significant breeze
      May 4 Light breeze 12.8 Gentle breeze
      Jun 4. 2 Light breeze 13.2 Significant breeze
      Jul 4.5 Light breeze 13.8 Gentle breeze
      Aug 4.1 Light breeze 13 Significant breeze
      Sep 3.6 Barely noticeable 11.9 Gentle breeze
      Oct 3.3 Barely noticeable 11 Significant breeze
      Nov 3.1 Barely noticeable 10.1 Gentle breeze
      Dec 2.6 Barely noticeable 8.9 Gentle breeze

      Show Relative Humidity by Month

      Month Avg. Relative Humidity
      Jan 72.2%
      Feb 64.5%
      Mar 63.9%
      Apr 67.3%
      May 64.2%
      Jun 58. 7%
      Jul 57%
      Aug 61.1%
      Sep 65.6%
      Oct 69%
      Nov 70.8%
      Dec 72.1%

       

      Is it Safe to Travel to Costa Brava?

      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 Brava, Spain is May, followed by March and April. 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 Brava in December. Those willing to visit at these times will likely find it the least expensive month.

      Estimated Tourism by Month

       

      Most Popular Months to Visit
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      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 43.6 in December means 43.6% of the tourists vs. May.

       

       

      Overall Costa Brava Travel Experience by Season

      Spring (March through May)

      Humidity and temperatures combine to make this season feel moderate. Highs range from 76.8°F (24.9°C) and 61.6°F (16.4°C) with warmer temperatures in the later months. Rain is somewhat common with 5 to 6 days of significant precipitation per month. Spring is the busiest for tourism, which makes it a good time for those looking for things to do.

      Summer (June through August)

      The middle-year months have very comfortable weather with high temperatures that are quite warm. These months see moderate precipitation with 2 to 4 days of precipitation per month. June – August is the second busiest season for tourism in Costa Brava, so lodging and other accommodations may cost slightly more.

      Fall (September through November)

      Fall daily highs range from 83.6°F (28.7°C) and 58.1°F (14.5°C), which will feel comfortable given the humidity and wind. It rains or snows a significant amount: approximately 4 days per month. Tourism is the slowest during these months due to the weather, so hotels may be affordably priced.

      Winter (December through February)

      Weather is too cold this time of year in Costa Brava to be enjoyable for warm weather travelers. The average high during this season is between 61.7°F (16.5°C) and 55.4°F (13°C). On average, it rains or snows a smalll amount: 2 to 3 times per month. These times of year are fairly slow with tourists.

       

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      Costa Brava sea water temperature in March

      Is it warm enough to swim in Costa Brava in March? Average water temperature in Costa Brava in March is 13. 2°C and therefore is not suitable for comfortable swimming. The warmest sea in Costa Brava in March is 14.4°C, and the coldest is 12.1°C. To find out the sea temperature today and in the coming days, go to Current sea temperature in Costa Brava

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

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      Day 2022 2021 Min Max
      1 March 13. 3°C 13.2°C 12.1°C 14°C
      2 March 13.3°C 13.3°C 12.4°C 13.9°C
      3 March 13.4°C 13.2°C 12.3°C 13.8°C
      4 March 13.4°C 13.1°C 12.5°C 13.7°C
      5 March 13.1°C 13.1°C 12.4°C 13.7°C
      6 March 13.4°C 13.1°C 12.4°C 13.9°C
      7 March 13.4°C 13.1°C 12.4°C 13.8°C
      8 March 13.3°C 13.1°C 12.5°C 13.6°C
      9 March 13.3°C 12.9°C 12.3°C 13.9°C
      10 March 13.5°C 13°C 12.1°C 13.9°C
      11 March 13.4°C 12.7°C 12.3°C 14°C
      12 March 13.4°C 13.1°C 12.3°C 13.9°C
      13 March 13. 3°C 13.1°C 12.4°C 14°C
      14 March 13.2°C 13.3°C 12.3°C 13.8°C
      15 March 13.2°C 13.5°C 12.3°C 13.9°C
      Day 2022 2021 Min Max
      16 March 13.2°C 13.4°C 12.4°C 14.1°C
      17 March 13.2°C 13.6°C 12.2°C 14.2°C
      18 March 13.2°C 13.5°C 12.3°C 14.3°C
      19 March 13.1°C 13.3°C 12.1°C 14.1°C
      20 March 13.3°C 13.1°C 12.3°C 14.2°C
      21 March 13.3°C 13.1°C 12.5°C 14.1°C
      22 March 13°C 13.2°C 12.5°C 14.2°C
      23 March 13. 3°C 13.1°C 12.6°C 14.3°C
      24 March 13°C 13.3°C 12.4°C 14.1°C
      25 March 13°C 13.1°C 12.5°C 13.9°C
      26 March 13°C 13.1°C 12.4°C 13.8°C
      27 March 13.1°C 13°C 12.4°C 13.8°C
      28 March 13.1°C 13.4°C 12.6°C 14°C
      29 March 13.1°C 13.3°C 12.5°C 14.2°C
      30 March 13.4°C 13.5°C 12.5°C 14.2°C
      31 March 13.3°C 14°C 12.3°C 14.4°C

      Average water temperature in Costa Brava in March over a decade

      2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
      12.6°C 13.6°C 13.2°C 13.2°C 13.7°C
      2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
      12. 7°C 13.7°C 13.8°C 13.2°C 13.2°C

      Costa Brava water temperature during other months:

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      Temperature in neighboring cities

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

      Avr Min Max
      Tossa de Mar 13.2°C 12.1°C 14.4°C
      Girona 13.1°C 12°C 14.4°C
      Sant Feliu de Guixols 13.1°C 12.1°C 14.4°C
      S’Agaro 13.1°C 12.1°C 14.4°C
      Cala Salions 13.2°C 12.1°C 14.4°C
      La Pola I Giverola 13.2°C 12.1°C 14.4°C
      Canyelles 13.2°C 12°C 14.5°C
      Platja d’Aro 13.1°C 11.8°C 14.3°C
      Calonge 13.1°C 11.8°C 14.3°C
      Sant Antoni de Calonge 13.1°C 11.8°C 14.3°C

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      This weather map is completely interactive. You can switch months, as well as zoom and move the visible area of ​​the map to view other resorts.

      This table will help you determine which Costa Brava resorts are warmest in March, find out where there is less rain and more clear days.
      Do you want to know where is the warmest sea? We also provide information about the water temperature in seaside resorts.

      Resort name Air temperature
      day / night
      Cloudy Rainy days /
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      Sea water temperature Solar clock
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      Blanes 15.1°C 9.1°C 32.8%

      3 days (44.9 mm.)

      13.2°C 09h. 01m.
      Girona 15.9°C 7.6°C 34.2%

      3 days (63.0 mm.)

      13.1°C 08h. 51m.
      Cadaqués 14.7°C 10.1°C 33. 6%

      2 days (46.0 mm.)

      12.9°C 08h 56m.
      Calella 14.8°C 9.6°C 32.6%

      3 days (57.8 mm.)

      13.3°C 09h. 03m.
      Costa Brava 14.7°C 10.0°C 33.4%

      2 days (49.4 mm.)

      13.0°C 08h. 57m.
      Lloret de Mar 15.1°C 9.5°C 32.9%

      3 days (54.1 mm.)

      13.2°C 09h. 01m.
      Malgrat de Mar 14.9°C 9.4°C 32.7%

      3 days (56.1 mm.)

      13.2°C 09h. 03m.
      Pineda de Mar 14.9°C 9.2°C 32.3%

      2 days (45.3 mm.)

      13.3°C 09h. 05m.
      Playa de Aro 14.5°C 10.4°C 33. 1%

      3 days (52.3 mm.)

      13.1°C 08h. 59m.
      Roses 14.7°C 10.1°C 33.1%

      2 days (43.0 mm.)

      12.9°C 08h. 59m.
      Santa Susanna 14.9°C 9.4°C 32.7%

      3 days (56.0 mm.)

      13.2°C 09h. 03m.
      Tossa de Mar 14.9°C 9.4°C 33.5%

      3 days (55.1 mm.)

      13.2°C 08h. 57m.
      Figueres 14.7°C 10.1°C 33.3%

      2 days (43.3 mm.)

      12.9°C 08h. 58m.
      Empuriabrava 14.7°C 10.1°C 33.1%

      2 days (45.7 mm.)

      12.9°C 08h. 59m.

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      Weather in Costa Brava in March 2023, water temperatures in Costa Brava

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

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      Weather on the Costa Brava in March. Sea temperature in march. Weather by months.

      Sea weather / Spain / Weather on the Costa Brava / Weather in MARCH

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      Average temperature: 13 ° C
      Average temperature during the day: 15 ° C
      Average temperature at night: 10 ° C
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      Precipitation in mm: 92 mm
      Rainy days in a month: 14
      Water temperature:

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      22 ° C

      Forecast for 7 days

      Air temperature (Max-Mr.

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      Water temperature in March by day

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      Precipitation by day

      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.

      0.7778 MM

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      0.4444 mm

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      3.2222 mm

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      0.4444 mm

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      1.7778 mm

      21

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      6.7778 mm

      22

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      2.3333 mm

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      0.2222 mm

      The maximum daytime temperature in the Costa Brava is 16.5556 °С, the minimum nighttime temperature is 7.3333 °С. Rainfall in March is usually no more than 92 mm, and the number of hours of sunshine is at least 6.

      Weather in March in other resorts in Spain

      Barcelona

      17 ° C

      Valencia

      20 ° C

      ibitsa

      16 ° C

      Canary Islands

      20000 Costa del Sol

      18 ° C

      Mallorca

      16 ° C

      Malaga

      19 ° C

      Tenerife

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      Weather in Kosta Brava by month

      In January In February In March In April In May In June
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      Daytime average temperature +13°C +15°C +17°C
      Average temperature at night +8°C +10°C +12°C
      Sea water temperature +13°C +13°C +14°C
      Number of sunny days 17 days 16 days 18 days
      Day length 10. 0 – 11.2 hours 11.2 – 12.6 hours 12.7 – 14.0 hours
      Number of rainy days 2 days 3 days 3 days
      Rainfall 23.2 mm 49.4 mm 53.7 mm
      Average wind speed 5.1 m / s 4.8 m / s 4.5 m / s

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      Air temperature on the Costa Brava in March

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

      The average air temperature in March over the past 5 years is 14.7°C during the day and 10.0°C at night.
      To get data on the air temperature in Costa Brava for other months, go to the “Weather by months” section.

      Data for:

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

      The average sea temperature in March for the last 5 years in Costa Brava is 13.0°C.
      To get water temperature data for other months, go to the “Weather by months” section.

      Data for:

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      Costa Brava sunny days in March

      The chart below shows the number of sunny, cloudy and overcast days you can expect on the Costa Brava in March.
      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 on the Costa Brava in March

      The graph below shows the probability of precipitation of varying strengths on the Costa Brava in March.
      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 the Costa Brava in March

      The chart below shows information on how strong the wind can be in the Costa Brava in March.
      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.

      Weather on Costa Brava by month

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      August

      Average daytime temperature:

      +28°C

      September 22, 22°C 5 m / s
      September 23 24°C 7 m / s
      September 24 21°C 3 m / s
      September 25 19°C 8 m / s
      September 26 20°C 2 m / s
      September 27 21°C 4 m / s
      September 28 21°C 3 m / s
      September 29 18°C ​​ 4 m / s
      September 30 22°C 6 m / s
      October 01 21°C 3 m

      Июнь +20 °C +25 °C
      Июль +23 °C +28 °C
      Август +23 ° C +28 ° C
      September +22 ° C +25 ° C

      Maximum:

      +34°C

      Minimum:

      +17°C

      WARMEST WATER IN THE SEA

      August

      Average water temperature:

      +23°C

      Maximum:

      +26°C

      Minimum:

      +21°C

      THE MOST SUNNY MONTH

      July

      Number of sunny days:

      26 days

      Average cloudy:

      14.8%

      Day length:

      14h 53m

      DRIEST MONTH

      December

      Probability of rain:

      0.1%

      Monthly precipitation:

      23.6mm

      Average cloudiness
      :

      26.7%

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      January +9°C +14°C
      February +8°C +14°C
      March +10°C +16°C
      April +12°C +19°C
      May +14°C +22°C
      June +18°C +27°C
      July +21°C +29°C
      August +20°C +29°C
      September +19°C +26°C
      October +16°C +22°C
      November +12°C +18°C
      December +9°C +15°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 15.8 °C, while the sea water temperature will be 12.9 °C.

      Weather in March

      Daytime average temperature
      Nighttime average temperature
      +15.8 °C
      +9.5 °C
      Sea water temperature +12.9 °C
      Number of sunny days
      Length of daylight hours
      16 days
      11 hours 57 minutes
      Rainy days
      Rainfall
      3 days
      41 mm
      Average wind speed 17.8 m/s

      Is it worth going to the Costa Brava for a holiday in March?

      Comfort

      52. 6%

      Taking into account all available weather data on the Costa Brava in March (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 was 52.6 %. Please also note that the comfort level in April will be higher and will be 57.7 %

      Comfort level by months

      On the graph below you can see the comfort level on the Costa Brava calculated by us for each month. The most comfortable months for a holiday on the Costa Brava are July, August and June. Months with the minimum level of comfort are January, December and February.

      Comparison of weather in Costa Brava 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 Brava at other times.

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      Air temperature on the Costa Brava in March

      During the day the air temperature in March fluctuates from 13. 0°C to 20.0°C, at night from 7.1°C to 7.1°C respectively. At the same time, the average air temperature is 15.8 °C during the day, and 9.5 °C at night. The difference between daytime and nighttime air temperatures averages up to 6.3°C per month.

      Water temperature in Costa Brava in March

      In March, the water on the Costa Brava is not comfortable for swimming. The water temperature in the sea does not fall below 12.7°C, while the maximum figure can reach 13.4°C. The average water temperature for March is 12.9 °C, which is 0.0°C lower than in February and 1.1°C lower than in April.

      Rainy days and rainfall in March

      On average, the Costa Brava receives 41 mm of rainfall in March, with about 3 rainy days as a rule. March is one of the rainiest months in terms of rainfall. According to our observations and hysmeteo data, the probability of rainy weather is 15.0 %. In this case, most often it will be a light drizzle.

      Sunny, cloudy and overcast days

      On the Costa Brava in March there are usually about 16 sunny, 11 cloudy and 4 overcast days. The length of daylight hours (from dawn to dusk) is 11 hours and 57 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 7 hours and 58 minutes per day.

      Wind on the Costa Brava in March

      The graph below shows the probability of winds of varying strengths during the month. The average wind speed on the Costa Brava in March is 17.8 m/s, which makes 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 on the Costa Brava in March 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 bad on the Costa Brava in March, this month’s rating is 3. 1 out of five.

      Temperature on the Costa Brava in March

      Average temperature during the day: +16.5°C
      Average temperature at night: +8.8°C
      Sea water temperature: +13.5°C
      Number of sunny days: 17 days
      Rainy days:
      Rainfall:
      4 days
      60.4 mm

      Monthly weather comparison on the Costa Brava
      Water temperature in Spain in March

      Should I go on vacation in March?

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      The climate is unfavorable, there are few tourists. According to our data, the weather on the Costa Brava in March and the water temperature is bad. At this time, the cold sea has an average temperature of +13.5°C. There is practically no rain, about 4 days per month, 60.4 mm of precipitation falls. Sunny weather lasts at least 17 days. According to the reviews of tourists who have visited Spain, you should not go on vacation to the Costa Brava in March.

        Please note:

      • Weather on the Costa Brava in February:
        rating 3.0 (out of 5),
        air +15.0°C , sea: +13.2°C,
        rain 0 days
      • Weather on the Costa Brava in April:
        rating 3.3 (out of 5),
        air +18. 8°C , sea: +14.3°C,
        rain 1 day

      

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      • Average statistics for 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021: the maximum air temperature reaches +20. 6°C, the minimum recorded values ​​are +12.3°C. At night, the temperature on the Costa Brava in March drops to +12.8°C…+4.8°C. On average, the difference between day and night is 7.7°C. What weather forecast on the Costa Brava at the end of March and the beginning of the month is indicated on the chart, in Spain almost everywhere the situation is similar.

        

        Water temperature in Costa Brava in March

        Weather forecast and sea water temperature on the Costa Brava in March ranges from +12.8°C to +14.2°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 0.3°C. The next month the water is 0.8°C warmer. In March, according to tourists on the Costa Brava, 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 March and other months.

        The rating in a period of five months fluctuates from 3.0 to 3.7 points. The number of rainy days in March is 4, and it ranks 2nd for this indicator for the year. Precipitation is 60.4 mm, this is the 2nd place among all months. At the same time, in the previous period, 51.8 mm less rainfall, in the next month, 28.8 mm less. The weather on the Costa Brava in March 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 March is 4.7 m/s with maximum wind gusts up to 7.6 m/s.

        Climate summary

        Day Day air temperature Water temperature
        1 +13. 3°C +13.2°C
        2 +15.1°C +12.9°C
        3 +12.8°C +13.0°C
        4 +13. 6°C +12.8°C
        5 +14.7°C +13.1°C
        6 +13.8°C +13.1°C
        7 +16. 6°C +13.4°C
        8 +15.8°C +13.4°C
        9 +15.7°C +13.6°C
        10 +18. 3°C +13.4°C
        11 +15.9°C +13.6°C
        12 +14.6°C +13.6°C
        13 +15. 9°C +13.5°C
        14 +16.3°C +13.2°C
        15 +18.6°C +13.7°C
        16 +19. 9°C +13.6°C
        17 +20.6°C +14.2°C
        18 +18.8°C +14.0°C
        19 +19. 2°C +13.6°C
        20 +15.6°C +13.9°C
        21 +17.8°C +13.9°C
        22 +20. 2°C +13.9°C
        23 +12.3°C +13.4°C
        24 +14.4°C +13.4°C
        25 +15. 4°C +13.5°C
        26 +12.8°C +13.0°C
        27 +14.6°C +13.2°C
        28 +15. 2°C +13.4°C
        29 +16.4°C +13.8°C
        30 +15.1°C +13.3°C
        31 +16. 6°C +13.3°C

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        Costa Brava

        +22°

        Feeling: +22°C

        SW 5m/s

        Precipitation: 0%

        10 day / 14 day forecast

          Pay attention to other cities:

        • Costa Blanca weather in March
        • Cullera weather in March

        Climate, weather by months, average temperature in Costa Brava (Spain)

        In the Costa Brava, summers are short, warm, humid, dry and partly cloudy, while winters are long, cold, windy and partly cloudy. During the year the temperature usually ranges from 5 °C to 28 °C and is rarely below 0 °C or above 31 °C .

        Based on your beach/pool score, the best time of year to visit the Costa Brava for hot weather is from start July to end August .

        Cool Warm Cool Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Now Now : 8.3beach/pool point: 8.30.00.0

        Weather in Costa Brava by months. Click on a specific chart for more information.

        Warm season lasts 2.8 months , from 19June to September 12 , with a maximum average daily temperature above 25 °C . The hottest month of the year in Costa Brava is August , with an average temperature high of 27 °C and a low of 19 °C .

        The cool season lasts 4.1 months , from November 18 to March 22 , with minimum average daily temperatures below 16 °C . The coldest month of the year in Costa Brava is January , with an average temperature maximum of 5 °C and a minimum of 13 °C .

        Average high and low temperatures in Costa Brava

        Average high and low temperatures in Costa Bravawarm-cool Jan-Feb-March-May-July-Aug-Sep-Oct-Nov-Dec-20 °C-20 °C-15 °C-15 °C-10 °C-10 °C- 5 °C-5 °C0 °C0 °C5 °C5 °C10 °C10 °C15 °C15 °C20 °C20 °C25 °C25 °C30 °C30 °C35 °C35 °C40 °C40 °C12 Jan.13 °C12 Jan. 13 °C5 Aug.28 °C5 Aug.28 °C5 °C5 °C20 °C20 °C19Jun.25 °C19 Jun.25 °C12 Sep.25 °C12 Sep.25 °C18 Nov.16 °C18 Nov.16 °C22 Mar.16 °C22 Mar.16 °C17 °C17 °C17 °C17 °C9 °C9 °C8 °C8 °CNowNow

        Average daily maximum (red line) and minimum (blue line) temperatures with ranges from the 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentiles. The thin dotted lines represent the corresponding average perceived temperatures.

        Average Jan. Feb. March Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. dec.
        Maximum 13 ”

        16°C 13°C
        Minimum 5 ° C 5 ° C 7 ° C 10 ° C 13 ° C 17 ° C

        19 ° C 19 ° C 17 ° C 13 ° C 9°C 6°C

        The graph below shows a summary of average hourly temperatures for the entire year. The horizontal axis is the day of the year, 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 Costa Brava

        Costa Bravayan Hourly Average Temperature Feb March Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec 00224466881010121214141616181820202222200NowNowNowColdColdCoolCoolCoolComfortableWarmVery ColdVery Cold

        ice cold
        -9 °C
        frosty
        0 °C
        very cold
        7 °C
        cold
        13°C
        cool
        18 °C
        comfortable
        24 °C
        heat
        29°C
        hot
        35 °C
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        Average hourly temperature with color coded ranges. Shaded areas represent night and civil twilight.

        © OpenStreetMap contributors

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        In the Costa Brava, the average percentage of sky covered by clouds experiences 93,000 significant 93,001 seasonal variations during the year.

        The clearer part of the year in the Costa Brava begins at about June 17, and lasts for 2.7 months , ending at about on September 7, .

        The clearest month of the year in Costa Brava is July during which the sky is on average clear , mostly clear or partly cloudy 82% of the time.

        The cloudier part of the year starts at about on September 7, and lasts for 9.3 months , ending at about on June 17, .

        The most cloudy month of the year in Costa Brava is October , during which the sky averages overcast or predominantly regional 46% of the time.

        Cloud categories in Costa Brava

        Cloud categories for Costa BravaClearer CloudyMost Cloudy Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 0%100%10%90%20%80%30%70%40%60%50%50%60 %40%70%30%80%20%90%10%100%0%21 Jul.83%21 Jul.83%22 Oct.53%22 Oct.53%17 Jun.68%17 Jun.68%7 Sep 68 % Sep 7 68 % Now Now
        clear
        20%
        partly cloudy
        40%
        Partly cloudy
        60%
        cloudy
        80%
        overcast
        100%

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

        Share Jan. Feb. March Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. dec.
        More cloudy 43% 43% 43% 43% 45% 33% 18% 24% 35% 46% 9006% 9006%
        more clear 57% 57% 57% 57% 55% 67% 82% 76% 65% 54% 56% 58%

        A wet day is a day on which at least 1 millimeter liquid precipitation or precipitation in liquid equivalent falls. The chances of wet days in Costa Brava fluctuate throughout the year.

        Wet season lasts 9.4 months from September 3 to June 14 , with more than 15% probability that the given day will be wet. The month with the most rainy days in Costa Brava is april , when on average, over 6.0 days , there is at least 1 millimeter precipitation.

        The drier season lasts 2.6 months from June 14 to September 3 . Month with least rainfall in Costa Brava – July when on average during 3.1 days at least 1 millimeter precipitation falls.

        Among the wet days we distinguish those on which there is only rain , only snow , or both . The month with the most days of rain only in Costa Brava is April with an average of 6.0 days . Based on this classification, the most common form of precipitation during the year is only rain , with a maximum probability of 22% observed on May 2, .

        Daily chance of rainfall in Costa Brava

        Daily chance of precipitation in Costa Brava Wet Wet Dry Feb Mar A May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 0%0%10%10%20%20%30%30%40%40%50%50%60%60 %70%70%80%80%90%90%100%100%2 May 22%2 May22%13 Jul 9%13 Jul 9%1 Jan 13%1 Jan 13%3 Sep 15%3 Sep .15%NowNowRain

        Percentage of days with different types of precipitation excluding traces: rain only, snow only, and mixed (rain and snow both fell on the same day).

        3.8 in.

        Days Jan. Feb. March Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. dec.
        Rain 4.4 in. 4.2 in. 5.4 in. 6.0 in. 5.8 in. 4.3 in. 3.1 in. 5.0 in. 5.8 in. 5.4 in. 4.6 in.

        To show change over the course of a month, rather than just a monthly total, we show the amount of rainfall accumulated over a sliding 31-day period centered on each day of the year. The Costa Brava experiences some seasonal fluctuations in monthly rainfall.

        It rains in Costa Brava throughout the year. The month with the most rainfall in Costa Brava is October , with an average rainfall of 69 millimeters .

        The month with the least rainfall in Costa Brava is July , with an average rainfall of 20 millimeters .

        Average monthly rainfall in Costa Brava

        Average monthly rainfall in Costa BravayanFebruary March Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 0 mm0 mm50 mm50 mm100 mm100 mm150 mm150 mm18 Oct 69 mm18 Oct 69 mm12 Jul 19 mm12 Jul 19 mm26 Apr 52 mm26 Apr.52 mm30 Jan.46 mm30 Jan.46 mm30 Dec.37 mm30 Dec.37 mmNowNow

        Average rainfall (solid line) accumulated over a rolling 31-day period centered on the day in question, with ranges of 25-75 and 10-90 percentiles. The thin dotted line is the corresponding mean snowfall.

        Jan. Feb. March Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. dec.
        rainfall 43.5 mm 42.8 mm 42.3 mm 49.5 mm 47.4 mm 29.7 mm 19.7 mm 23.6 mm 43 .9 mm 69.1 mm 63.4 mm 41.8 mm

        The length of the day in the Costa Brava varies significantly throughout the year. In 2022 the shortest day of the month is on December 21 when daylight hours are 9 hours 8 minutes , and the longest is on June 21 with daylight hours 15 hours 14 minutes .

        Number of hours of daylight and twilight in Costa Brava

        Number of hours of daylight and twilight in Costa BravayanFeb.MarchApr.MayJulyAug.Sep.Oct.Nov.Dec.0h24h4h20h8h16h12h12h 16:08:20:40:24:00:12:00 8:00 Mar. 20: 12:00 8:00 Mar. 20:15:14:00 June 21: 15:14 .21 Jun. 12 noon 10 min. 23 Sep. 12 noon 10 min. 23 Sep. 9hr 8 min 21 Dec 9 hr 8 min 21 Dec nightnightdayNowNow

        The number of hours the sun is visible (black line). From the bottom (most yellow) to the top (greyest), the colored bands represent: full daylight, twilight (civil, nautical, and astronomical) and full night.

        Hours Jan. Feb. March Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. dec.
        Daylight 9.5 hours 10.6 hours 12.0 hours 13.4 hours 14.6 hours 15.2 hours 14.8 hours 13.8 hours 12.4 hours 11.0 hours 9.8 hours 9.2 hours

        The earliest sunrise of is at 6:11 June 15 and latest at 2 hours 4 minutes later at 8:15 October 29 . The earliest sunset of is at 17:16 on December 8, , and is the latest at 4 hours 11 minutes later at 21:26 on June 27, .

        Daylight Saving Time (DST) enters Costa Brava in 2022, starting in spring 27 March , continuing 7.1 months and ending in autumn Oct 30 .

        Sunrise and sunset with dusk and summer time in Costa Brava

        Sunrise and sunset with twilight and DST in Costa BravayanFeb.MarchApr.MayJulyAug.Sep.Oct.Dec.246810121416182022015 Jun.6:1115 Jun.6:1121:2627 Jun.21:2627 Jun.8 Dec .17:168 Dec 17:168:1529 Oct 8:1529 Mar 27 DST 27 Mar DST DST 30 Oct DST 30 Oct Day Night Night Astro Midnight Astro Midnight Astro Noon Sunrise Sunset Now Now

        Sunny day throughout 2022. From bottom to top, the black lines are the previous solar midnight, sunrise, solar noon, sunset, and the next solar midnight. Day, twilight (civil, nautical, and astronomical) and night are indicated by colored bands ranging from yellow to grey. Daylight Savings Time (DST) and vice versa are marked with “summer time” labels.

        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.

        The chart below is a summary of the main lunar data for 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.

        Sunrise, sunset and phases of the moon in Costa Brava

        Costa Bravayan moonrise, moonset and phasesFeb.MarchApr.MayJunJulAug.Sept.Oct.Nov.Dec. 004488121216162020002 Jan.2 Jan.18 Jan.18 Jan.1 Feb.1 Feb.16 Feb.16 Feb. 2 Mar 2 Mar 18 Mar 18 Mar 1 Apr 1 Apr 16 Apr 16 Apr 30 Apr 30 Apr 16 May 16 May 30 May 30 May 14 Jun 14 Jun 29Jun 29 Jun 13 Jul 13 Jul 28 Jul 28 Jul 12 Aug 12 Aug 27 Aug 27 Aug 10 Sep 10 Sep 25 Sep 25 Sep 9 Oct 9 Oct 25 Oct 25 Oct. 8 Nov. 8 Nov. 23 Nov. 23 Nov. 8 Dec. 8 Dec. 23 Dec. 23 Dec.

        Time when the Moon is above the horizon (blue area), showing new moon (dark gray lines) and full moon (blue lines). Shaded areas represent night and civil twilight.

        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 Costa Brava experiences 93,000 significant seasonal fluctuations in perceived humidity 93,001.

        The wettest period of lasts 3.7 months , from June 16, to October 8, . At this time, the comfort level is characterized as damp , stuffy or heavy at least 11% of the time. Month with most days with high humidity in Costa Brava – August , with 12.2 days conditions raw or worse.

        The least wet day of the year is on February 23, when there was essentially no dampness.

        Humidity comfort levels in Costa Brava

        Humidity comfort levels in Costa BravassyrojanFebruary March Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 0%0%10%10%20%20%30%30%40%40%50%50%60%60 %70%70%80%80%90%90%100%100%23 Feb.0%23 Feb.0%12 Aug.42%12 Aug.42%16 Jun.11%16 Jun.11%8 Oct. 11%8 Oct 11%NowNowSweetSweetDampMoistComfortableComfortableDryDry

        dry
        13°C
        comfortable
        16 °C
        wet
        18 °C
        damp
        21°C
        stuffy
        24 °C
        heavy

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

        12.2 in.

        Jan. Feb. March Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. dec.
        Raw days 0.0 in 0.0 in 0.0 in. 0.0 in. 0.3 in. 3.4 in. 9.8 in. 7.2 in. 2.3 in. 0.2 in. 0.0 in.

        This section describes the average hourly wind vector (speed and direction) over a large area at a height of 10 meters above 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.

        In the Costa Brava, the average hourly wind speed experiences 93,000 significant 93,001 seasonal fluctuations throughout the year.

        More windy part of the year lasts 6.1 months , from October 24 to April 27 , with an average wind speed of more than 17.7 kilometers per hour . The most windy month of the year in the Costa Brava is December with an average hourly wind speed of 20.6 kilometers per hour .

        The calmer season lasts 5.9 months , from April 27, to October 24, . The calmest months of the year in Costa Brava is August with an average hourly wind speed of 14.7 kilometers per hour .

        Average wind speed in Costa Brava

        Average wind speed in Costa BravaWindwindJan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 0 km/h0 km/h5 km/h5 km/h10 km/h10 km/h15 km/h15 km/h20 km/ h20 km/h25 km/h25 km/h30 km/h30 km/h35 km/h35 km/h13 Dec.20.9 km/h13 Dec.20.9 km/h12 Aug.14.4 km/h12 Aug.14, 4 km/h Apr 27 17.7 km/h Apr 27 17.7 km/h0 percentile.

        Jan. Feb. March Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. dec.
        Wind speed (kph) 20.2 20.5 19.8 18.6 16.20061

        15.7 17.4 20.0 20.6

        The prevailing average hourly wind direction in the Costa Brava throughout the year is from north .

        Wind direction in Costa Brava

        Wind direction in Costa BravayanFeb.MarchApr.MayJulyAug.Sept.Oct.Nov.Dec.0%100%20%80%40%60%60%40%80%20%100%0%NowNowSouthNorthEastWest

        North 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).

        The Costa Brava is located near a large body of water (for example, the ocean, the sea or a large lake). This section describes the average daily surface temperature of this large area of ​​water.

        The average water temperature experiences 93,000 extreme 93,001 seasonal fluctuations throughout the year.

        The season with warmer water lasts 2.6 months , from July 3 to September 22 , with an average temperature above 20 °C . The month of the year in Costa Brava with the warmest water is August , when the average temperature is 22 °C .

        The season with cooler water lasts 4.8 months , from December 9 to May 2 , with an average temperature below 14 °C . The month of the year in Costa Brava with the coldest water is February , when the average temperature is 13 °C .

        Costa Brava average water temperature

        Average water temperature in Costa Bravawarm-coolJan Feb March Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec 10 °C10 °C12 °C12 °C14 °C14 °C16 °C16 °C18 °C18 °C20 °C20 °C22 °C22 °C24 °C24 °C26 °C26 °C11 Aug.22 °C11 Aug.22 °C12 °C21 Feb.12 °C21 Feb.3 Jul.20 °C3 Jul.20 °C22 Sep.20 °C22 Sept.20 °C9Dec.14 °C9 Dec.14 °C2 May14 °C2 May14 °CNowNow

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

        Water Jan. Feb. March Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. dec.
        Temperature 13 ”

        16°C 14°C

        To characterize how pleasant the weather is in the Costa Brava throughout the year, we calculate two points for trips.

        Tourism score takes into account the presence of clear days without rain with an estimated temperature of 18 °C to 27 °C . Based on this score, the best time of year to visit the Costa Brava for general outdoor recreation is from start June to end September , with the highest score being the first week of July .

        Score for tourism in Costa Brava

        Costa Brava Tourism ScoreBest TimeJan Feb March Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 0022446688810108.18.11.91.97.87.8NowNowPrecipitationPrecipitationTemperatureTourism Score

        Tourism score (shaded area) and its components: temperature score (red line), cloud score (blue line) and precipitation score (green line).

        Beach/pool score includes clear days without rain, with expected temperatures between 24 °C and 32 °C . Based on this score, the best time of year to visit the Costa Brava for a hot weather holiday is from start July to end August with the highest score being first week of August .

        Beach/Pool Ball in Costa Brava

        Costa Bravayan Beach/Pool Score Feb.March Apr.MayJunJulyAug.Sept.Oct.Dec.002244668810108.38.30.00.0NowNowPrecipitationPrecipitation CloudinessCloudyTemperatureBeach/Pool Score

        Beach/Pool Score (shaded area) 930 temperature score (red line), cloudiness score (blue line), and precipitation score (green line).

        Method

        For each hour between 8:00 and 21:00 of each day in the analyzed period (from 1980 to 2016), independent scores are calculated for perceived temperature, cloudiness, and total precipitation. These scores are combined into a single hourly summary score, which is then combined into days, averaged over all years of the analyzed period, and smoothed.

        Our cloud score of is 10 for completely clear skies, falling linearly to 9 for mostly clear skies and 1 for completely overcast skies.

        Our precipitation score of , which is based on three-hour precipitation centered on the hour in question, is 10 for no precipitation, falling linearly to 9 for light precipitation, and to 0 for 1 millimeter precipitation or higher.

        Our temperature score for tourism is 0 for perceived temperatures below 10 °C , increases linearly to 9 for 18 °C , to 10 for 24 °C , falls linearly to 9 for 27°C and up to 1 for 32°C or higher.

        Our temperature score for beach/pool is 0 for perceived temperatures below 18 °C , increases linearly to 9 for 24 °C , to 10 for 28 °C , decreases linearly to 9 for 32 ° C and up to 1 for 38 °C or higher.

        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).

        The growing season in the Costa Brava usually lasts 11 months ( 321 days ), from about February 5, to December 23, , rarely starting after March 4, and rarely ending before November 23, .

        Time spent in different temperature ranges and growing season in Costa Brava

        Time spent in various temperature ranges and growing season in Costa Bravavegetable season Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 0%100%10%90%20%80%30%70%40%60%50%50%60%40%70%30%80%20%90%10%100%0%50%5 Feb 50%5 Feb 50% Dec 23 50% Dec 23 90% Mar 4 90% Mar 4 90% Nov 23 90% Nov 23 27% Jan 12 27% Jan 12 100% Jul 15 100% Now

        icy
        -9 °C
        frosty
        0 °C
        very cold
        7 °C
        cold
        13°C
        cool
        18 °C
        comfortable
        24 °C
        heat
        29°C
        hot
        35 °C
        hot

        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 maximum 30 °C .

        Based on growth degree days alone, the first spring flowers in the Costa Brava should appear around Feb 18, , appearing only occasionally before Feb 3, or after Mar 10, .

        Growth degree days in Costa Brava

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        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 experiences extreme seasonal fluctuations during the year.

        The brighter period of the year lasts 3.3 months , from May 8 to August 17 , with an average daily incident shortwave energy per square meter above 6.4 kWh . The brightest month in the Costa Brava is July with an average of 7.3 kWh .

        The darker period of the year lasts 3.5 months , from 27 October to 12 February , with an average daily incident shortwave energy per square meter below 3.0 kWh . The darkest month in Costa Brava is December with an average of 1.9 kWh .

        Average daily incident shortwave solar power in Costa Brava

        Costa Brava Average Daily Incident Short Wave Solar Energy Bright Dark Dark Jan Feb Mar A May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec 0 kWh0 kWh1 kWh1 kWh2 kWh2 kWh3 kWh3 kWh4 kWh4 kWh5 kWh5 kWh6 kWh6 kWh7 kWh7 kWh8 kWh8 kWh9kWh9 kWh6 Jul. 7.5 kWh6 Jul.7.5 kWh15 Dec.1.9 kWh15 Dec.1.9 kWh8 May6.4 kWh8 May6.4 kWh12 Feb 3.0 kWh Feb 12 3.0 kWh Now Now

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

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        In this description, the geographic coordinates of the Costa Brava are 41.883° latitude, 3. 163° longitude and an altitude of 0 m.

        The topography within a radius of 3 kilometers from the Costa Brava is predominantly flat with a maximum elevation change of 0 meters and a mean altitude 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 ).

        The area within a radius of 3 kilometers from Costa Brava is covered by agricultural vehicles ( 44% ), trees ( 28% ) and water ( 20% ), in radius 16 kilometers water ( 54% ) and 9300 trees ( 22% ), and within a radius of 80 kilometers water ( 65% ) and trees ( 20% ).

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

        Detailed information on the data sources used for this summary can be found on the Rosas page.

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        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.

        Canary islands weather february: Canary Islands Weather in February

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        Canary Islands Weather in February


        A sunny February day in Playa San Juan, Tenerife 

        February can be one of the worst winter months on the Europen continent but in the Canaries, the weather is still sunny and warm most of the times, which is why traveling here might be just the thing you need.

        • What’s the weather like in the Canary Islands in February
        • Average temperatures
        • Rainfall
        • Sea temperature
        • Can you swim in the Canary Islands in February?
        • Should you travel to the Canary Islands in February?

        While other places are hit with heavy snow and temperatures below 0°C, the worst that you could get in the Canary Islands are some rainy days, but even those won’t last long here.

        While rain does happen more often in winter than during the other seasons, it usually does not last for more than 1 or 2 consecutive days and in Tenerife and Gran Canaria is happens more often in the north or in the mountainous regions.

        What’s the weather like in the Canary Islands in February

        February is one of those months when you can really see the difference between the climate in the Canary Islands and the climate in the rest of Europe.

        On most days you will be able to sunbathe comfortably on the beach and you wouldn’t even believe it’s winter in the Northern hemisphere if you were to look at the thermometers.

        Average temperatures

        Below you can see the average temperatures for the islands during the month of February. But do keep in mind that especially in Tenerife and Gran Canaria the temperatures in the north will be lower than in the south during the winter months.

        Tenerife South

        • Average high temperature: 22 °C
        • Average low temperature: 15 °C
        • Daily mean: 18.5 °C

        Gran Canaria (Airport)

        • Average high temperature: 21. 2 °C
        • Average low temperature: 15 °C
        • Daily mean: 18.1 °C

        Lanzarote

        • Average high temperature: 21.3 °C
        • Average low temperature: 14.3 °C
        • Daily mean: 17.8 °C

        Fuerteventura

        • Average high temperature: 21 °C
        • Average low temperature: 14.8 °C
        • Daily mean: 17.9 °C

        As you can see, the values for temperatures around the archipelago in February are relatively similar between the most popular destinations in the Canary Islands.

        Do keep in mind that especially in Tenerife, there can be a huge difference between the south and the north, as you have Mount Teide in the center of the island, which is the highest peak in Spain. So if the sun is what you’re after, then in February the south of the island would be the safest choice.

        If you want more info about the weather conditions, temperatures & sunshine hours in February, you can read the dedicated article for each island:

        Tenerife weather in February

        Gran Canaria weather in February

        Lanzarote weather in February

        Fuerteventura weather in February

        La Palma weather in February

        Rainfall

        • Tenerife South – Average rainfall (mm): 20 mm
        • Gran Canaria South – Average rainfall (mm): 24 mm
        • Lanzarote – Average rainfall (mm): 18 mm
        • Fuerteventura – Average rainfall (mm): 16 mm

        Lanzarote and Fuerteventura tend to get less rain in winter, compared to the south of Tenerife and Gran Canaria. In Tenerife, you can expect more rain in the regions of Anaga, La Laguna, La Orotava, Garachico and Icod de Los Vinos.

        Sea temperature


        • Tenerife South – Average sea temperature: 19.5°C
        • Gran Canaria South – Average sea temperature: 19.1°C
        • Lanzarote – Average sea temperature: 19.4°C
        • Fuerteventura – Average sea temperature: 18.6°C

        The water temperature will be lower in February compared to January. 

        Can you swim in the Canary Islands in February?

        Honestly, it depends on how the weather is that year and where you are trying to swim.

        In recent years we were able to go swimming often in February, but the temperature can be quite different in different parts of the islands. In general, if you know you really want to swim during your holiday, we would recommend booking a place with a heated swimming pool, as the weather in February can be quite unpredictable even in the Canary Islands.

        Should you travel to the Canary Islands in February?

        Yes, if you have realistic expectations.

        The climate in the Canary Islands is not tropical, so don’t expect weather similar to Thailand at this time of the year.

        But compared to a tropical location the humidity is lower and the temperatures will usually stay around 25°C during the day, while they drop more at night.

        Make sure to pack a jacket or at least a cardigan if you’re planning to travel to the Canary Islands in February, as you might need it at night and even during the day if you plan to visit some places high in the mountains. 

        In February it can happen that you leave by car from the sunny south of Tenerife at 25°C and in a matter of 20 – 30 minutes the temperature can drop to 15°C or less if you drive up in the mountains. We once left from a hot Puerto de Santiago and drove towards Santiago del Teide, Tamaimo and El Tanque and the temperature dropped from 26°C to 11°C mid-way and then went back to around 18°C when we reached El Tanque. So yes, there can be significant differences in February between different places, so make sure to check the weather before deciding to do some exploring around the island, especially when traveling in winter.

        Read also: When is the best time to visit the Canary Islands?

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