What’s the weather like in Corralejo in July?
Sitting on the north coast of Fuerteventura, Corralejo has a subtropical climate bringing warm weather to the resort all year round. As part of Spain’s Canary Islands, temperatures don’t change much from month to month in Corralejo, but July is one of the hotter parts of the year. If you want to enjoy the resort’s beaches, splash around in the sea and go on boat trips, July’s the perfect time to visit Corralejo.
In July, the average temperature in Corralejo is 23ºC. With highs of 25ºC, things aren’t overly hot, making Corralejo a great place to go on holiday if you prefer more comfortable weather. Temperatures are warm after dark too, when the average low dips to 20ºC, making it ideal for sipping a few drinks on an outdoor terrace. There isn’t usually any rain in Corralejo in July, leaving you to bask in 11 hours of sunshine each day without the chance of a shower. When it’s time to cool off in the sea, the Atlantic waters are 21ºC this month.