Costa Brava Weather
The reason why holidays to Costa Brava became so popular in the first place is that glorious summer sunshine. Expect the thermometer to hit the high-20s°C in June, and push past 30°C in July and August. You won’t see a drop of rain until later on into the autumn, and even then it’ll be light and brief. If you prefer things a little cooler so you can spend more time looking around the Roman ruins of L’Escala, or want to see the magical terraced gardens of Cap Roig in Palafrugell at their best, then the shoulder seasons of spring and autumn are fine times to take a relaxing break. During the summer the sea temperatures head into the mid-20s, making it perfect for snorkelling, diving, and messing about on, in, or under the water.