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Yearly weather in spain: average weather, temperature, precipitation, when to go

Опубликовано: December 16, 2022 в 11:14 pm


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Marbella’s Temperature | Amazing Micro-Climate | Weather Now | Weather Records

Amazing Weather

Marbella is a major tourist destination and a popular resort city in Spain because of its sunny weather throughout the year. The temperature is
hot in summer and mild in winter. So shorts and hats are needed in summer and a tee-shirt is OK for many days in winter. You may need a light jumper, cardigan or wrap for winter nights.

Average Temperatures, Hours of Sun, Sunny and Rainy days in Marbella

  Av. Day
Av. Night
Hours of sun
per day
Jan 16/61 7/45 6 26 5
Feb 17/62 8/47 7 23 5
Mar 19/66 9/49 6 24 7
Apr 20/68 11/51 7 26 4
May 23/74 13/56 9 28 3
Jun 27/80 17/63 11 28 2
Jul 29/84 20/68 11 31 0
Aug 29/85 21/69 11 31 0
Sep 28/82 18/65 8 27 3
Oct 23/74 14/58 7 27 4
Nov 19/67 11/52 6 23 7
Dec 17/63 9/48 6 26 5

Marbella enjoys an unusually pleasant micro-climate bringing marvellous weather.
This is due to it’s position with the Mediterranean Sea and beach to the south and the Sierra Blanca mountain range behind it
to the north. A truly fabulous sun-trap. It may be windy in the Straits of Gibraltar,
there may be rough seas and waves just up the coast in Fuengirola, it could be blowing spray onto the Paseo Maritimo just
down the coast in Estepona, but the weather in Marbella will be calm and pleasant.

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Temperatures and Weather Records

records show that the average day temperature in summer is 28º C and the sun
shines for 320 days a year with only 45 days of rain. Rains fall on
some winter
days from November through to March but the average day temperature is still 18º C. Marbella
is close to the deserts of Africa just across the Mediterranean, so residents value
day of rain to make Marbella the green oasis it is. However unseasonable,
rain is usually very short lived. In July and August, you are unlikely to see
any rain at all.

Summer brings average daily temperatures of mid 20’s, with June being the coolest month of summer and then the temperatures gradually rise in July and August and remaining hot until the end of September. The sea
breeze makes for a pleasant drop in temperatures near the beach, and the
Mediteranean Sea is a very enjoyable 21 degrees.
Autumn is the wettest time of the year in Marbella, November being the rainiest month. Rainfall
stays between about 70 to 90mm until March before dropping off in the summer months.
Winter sees average daily temperatures of 17 to 18 degrees with about 5 days of rain across
each month and the sea temperature drops down to 12 degrees. The winters are mild with relatively little precipitation. Spring is a
good time to visit Marbella as the temperatures just right for sunbathing,
swimming and walking.

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beautiful Marbella
apartment to take advantage of this fabulous weather?

What’s the weather like in Marbella right now ?

Marbella Weather Forecast by

Weather forcast for Marbella from Metcheck

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also for favourite holiday destinations. Use Metcheck to plan your holiday
in Marbella.
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Best time to walk or bike El Camino? About the Weather on the Camino! – Useful guide to Camino de Santiago – Guía útil en el Camino de Santiago

weather on the Camino

Dry, sunny, little wind and a pleasant temperature are the ideal conditions for hiking or cycling on the Camino de Santiago.

But unfortunately the weather will not always be like this during the pilgrimage. It can be a bit risky… Like the whole route!

When is the best time to do the Camino de Santiago on foot or by bike?

The pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela can be walked all year round, however the weather conditions in northern Spain can vary greatly depending on the season and the route.

The Camino Francés crosses a varied landscape of high mountains, forests, plains and the Meseta plateau. Weather technology can vary greatly from region to region.

Oceanic climate, Mediterranean climate and mountain climate alternate on the Camino del Norte. As a result, the weather can change completely in a short time and vary greatly depending on the region.

In general, the best time to do one of the Camino de Santiago is between April and October. The months of July and August can be very hot and most Spaniards are on holiday so it’s a period that is usually busy.

But it can also be very attractive. These months are also known for the many local festivals along the Camino, a good opportunity to experience one or the other during this time.

In the period between October and April we certainly do not rule out good weather, it is possible to do your Camino in this period! The Camino Francés is safely walkable between December and February, but you will have to contend with changeable weather with snow, cold (minus at night), wind and rain.

Normally in winter I bet against taking the coastal path, the Camino del Norte. Many hotels are closed, the weather can change at lightning speed and the stages are noticeably more demanding in different weather conditions.

The weather month by month

January & February: cold (0-10 C) and mildly rainy /snowy – very few pilgrims.

March: Moderately cold (10-15 C) and often rainy.

April: Moderately cold (10-15 C) and very rainy in the first weeks of the month, later a bit warmer and less rainy. This is the first month of the Camino season.

May: It could be “summer” or early spring weather – you never know. 12-20 C sometimes rain, but often with nice sunny days. You can expect beautiful views of green fields and flowers. May and September are high seasons on the Camino.

June: It’s ideal weather for walking, not too hot (20-30 C) and occassional light rain. There are not too many pilgrims along the way! Strongly recommended period of the year!

July+August: It’s a very hot month (30-40 C), without rain (1 or 2 days of 30). After 13 pm it’s often too hot to walk! There are many pilgrims on the way and it is important to have your accommodation booked, as pilgrims will leave early and “race” to next town for accomodations. Recommended only with sunhats and strong sun cream.

September: It’s not too hot (25-35 C), no rain (1 or 2 days out of 30). It’s a very busy season and hotels and other accomodations will get full. From mid-September the number of pilgrims will decrease. Strongly recommended period for walking.

October: Moderately warm month (15-25 C) with light rain. There might be some heavy rain at the end of the month. Beginning of October is also very recommended period for walking.

November: Cold (5-15 C) and rainy – very few pilgrims.

December: Cold (0-10 C) and rainy /snowy – very few pilgrims.

Click here and read more about Camino Average Temperatures.

Spain is More recommends walking or cycling the Camino Francés from mid-April to late October.

Take the first step on the Camino of your life here

Buen Camino! 


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Every third buyer chooses the most popular dumplings in Belarus. Such results were shown by the voting of the 10th anniversary “People’s Mark”.

Top products were determined by consumers themselves. They entered into the questionnaires the names of products that they themselves choose and recommend to others.

“People’s Mark” is an annual consumer recognition award. Winners are determined by buyers, not by a professional jury. The best brands are chosen in more than 210 categories among services, food and non-food products.

The most popular among frozen semi-finished meat products are pelmeni “Grandmother Anya”. They were chosen by almost 35% of respondents across the country.

Pelmeni is produced in Brest. They also produce dumplings, pancakes, dumplings, cheesecakes and dough. The products are distinguished by a natural composition: for dumplings they use premium flour and minced meat with spices.

“Grandmother Anya” has been on the market for a long time. It all started with dumplings, later they were added to dumplings, pancakes, cheesecakes and other semi-finished products.