The weather in Andalucía

The weather in Andalucía

On average Andalucía receives some three thousand hours of sunshine per year.

Andalucía is the most southern area of Europe. It has a wonderful climate, with plentiful sun all year round. The average temperature runs from 15°C in February to 40°C in August.

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During spring the weather is in general warm with a more prominent breeze in the air and average temperatures range from 15°C to 20°C. This period is perfect for those who wish to be active, as it is not too hot yet to spend all day wandering around the glorious features of Andalucía. But you will definitely get a healthy tan!

In summer the sun is practically a guarantee. The average temperature at the Costa’s is around 30°C. Further inland near Ronda the climate is very pleasant, thanks to the elevated position, with a comfortable breeze during the day and a refreshing coolness at night. The humidity of the air is low. Even as temperatures go up to some 35°C in summer, it never becomes unpleasant. In the deep inland areas, where you find the famous historical cities like Seville, Cordoba and Granada, it regularly climbs as high as 45°C, and cools down only slightly during the night. During July and August rainfall averages at 0 mm.

The autumn weather in Andalucía remains as gorgeous as ever with temperatures averaging around 25°C in September and 20°C in October. Autumn is a popular season to travel to Andalucía even though showers are more likely to come towards the end of autumn.

One of the things that are so wonderful about Andalucía is that the weather is very often sunny, even in winter.

At the Costa’s the winters are undeniably balmy by European standards, even at night temperatures hardly ever sink below 10°C. In the Serranía de Ronda the temperatures sometimes do not go up over to 10- 15°C during the day. However, as soon as the sun comes out, it feels really nice and warm, and a short sleeved t-shirt is sufficient until it cools down again after sundown. The deep inland areas usually have very cold nights in winter; during the day temperatures can go up nicely though. This season has the highest levels of rainfall. In some weeks you could have several showers, whereas in other weeks it would just remain bright and sunny.

Because of this friendly climate it is almost always a pleasure to be outdoors in Andalucía, whatever the season.

Check the weather forecast for your destination in Spain:

The weather forecast for Ronda

 


 

The weather forecast for Gaucín

 


 

The weather forecast for Seville

 


 

The weather forecast for Cádiz

 


 

The weather forecast for Córdoba

 


 

The weather forecast for Granada

 


 

The weather forecast for Málaga