What’s the weather like in Albufeira in September?
Located in Portugal’s Algarve region, Albufeira’s on the country’s southern Atlantic coast. Sitting to the west of Faro, Albufeira has typical Mediterranean weather. This means that you’ll have lots of sun and not much rain if you’re going in September. The Algarve has the warmest weather in all of Portugal. You’ll be kept cool by Atlantic winds in the west, which can be very welcoming at this time. The winds also mean the area’s great for water sports. If you want to avoid the hotter temperatures and busier crowds of summer, September’s an ideal time to visit Albufeira.
The average high in Albufeira is 26ºC in September, which is lovely for going to the beach. Things are pleasant in the evenings too when it cools to 17ºC. The sea temperature’s 20ºC, while humidity’s low. There’s 15mm of rain over two days, and you can expect 12 hours of daylight with nine hours of sunshine each day. Take sun cream as UV levels will be high. Sunset’s around 8pm at the start of September, although this is closer to 7pm by the end of the month.