What’s the weather like in Albufeira in August?
Located in the popular Algarve region of Portugal, Albufeira has a Mediterranean climate with long, warm summers and short, cooler winters. In August, Albufeira is at the height of the season, with lots of sunshine, balmy temperatures and almost no chance of rain. If you want to relax on the beach, swim in the sea or explore the cultural sights inland, this is a great month to visit Albufeira.
At this time of year, the average temperature in Albufeira is 23°C, with highs of a warm 28°C in the peak of the afternoon. The sun’s very strong at this time of year, so you’ll need to seek shade in the hottest part of the day and apply plenty of sun cream. After dark, temperatures reach an average low of 18°C, so you may need some warmer layers for evenings out. Just 2mm of rain’s expected this month so wet weather won’t affect your holiday. For days at the beach, the seas are a refreshing 21°C in August, perfect for a cooling swim.