What’s the weather like in Costa Adeje in July?
Sitting on the south coast of Tenerife, Costa Adeje’s a popular beach resort in the Canary Islands. Although there’s warm weather all year round, July’s a particularly hot month for the resort, when temperatures are nearly at their peak. If you want a holiday with lots of clear skies for days at the beach, this is the perfect time to visit Costa Adeje. Daily sunshine hours are at their peak, giving you plenty of time to explore more of Tenerife’s coastline on a boat trip, or to try out a new water sport.
In July, the average temperature in Costa Adeje is 23ºC, reaching a high of 29ºC in the warmest part of the afternoon. You should check that the whole family’s well protected with lots of sun cream at this time, as there are ten hours of sunshine each day at a strong UV level. After dark, temperatures only cool to 21ºC, so you’ll stay warm on evenings out in the resort and be comfortable wearing a t-shirt. Costa Adeje only predicts a couple of millimetres of rain in July, while the Atlantic Ocean’s 22ºC this month, lovely for swimming and snorkelling.