What’s the weather like in Calella in August?
Holidaymakers will love Calella weather in August, as it’s always sunny and hot and the sea is at its highest temperature. UV levels are also fairly high this month, so remember to come prepared with sun cream and try to stay out of the sun during the hottest time of the day.
Calella is a seaside city along the Costa del Maresme next to the Costa Brava and Barcelona. The city is ideal for sightseeing and shopping while its spectacular coastline offers over 2km of golden sands and mild sea waters. The sea also helps to keep daily averages high in summer while cooling sea breezes help to make weather conditions a little cooler at night. The Mediterranean climate is very hot and sunny throughout August with some of the highest temperatures of the year.
You can look forward to 13 hours of warm sunshine per day in August with highs of 29°C. The weather begins to cool towards the evening and temperatures dip to lows of 17°C. You can go swimming in the sea, which boasts mild water temperatures of around 26°C. The humidity is moderate at 75% throughout the month with gentle 6mph coastal winds blowing across the sea regularly. Rainfall isn’t much of a problem in August with around nine rainy days and a monthly average rainfall of 65mm.