What’s the weather like in Calella in April?
April is the perfect month to visit Calella before the crowds arrive and when the weather is very mild. It’s not overly hot or humid this month, making it perfect for everything from relaxing on the beach and sightseeing in the nearby city of Barcelona.
Calella weather in April is very warm and sunny thanks to its Mediterranean climate that brings higher temperatures to the region in spring. Calella is located on the Costa del Maresme in Catalonia, Spain. It enjoys a warm climate for most of the year with a few light showers scattered over the month. The Blue Flag beach is very quiet this month, so you can explore over 2km of golden sands and spectacular coastal views without the busy summer crowds. The weather gets warmer as the month continues but it also gets a little damper towards the end of the month, so remember to pack an umbrella.
You can expect an average temperature of 18°C in April, which is perfect t-shirt and shorts weather. The evenings are slightly cooler with lows dipping to 7°C. April sees an average rainfall of 42mm that spreads over ten or fewer days of the month. Showers range from light to heavy downpours, so a waterproof jacket is advised if rain is forecast for the day. Humidity levels are at 77% and there’s up to 13 hours of glorious sunshine per day.