What’s the weather like in Calella in October?
Calella is a picturesque fishing village a short distance from Barcelona. Found in northeast Spain on the Costa del Maresme, just next to the Costa Brava, it has a Mediterranean climate bringing warm summers and mild winters to the region. In October temperatures are falling as the month goes on, and things feel quite cool by the end of the month. There are still eight hours of sunshine each day at this time of year though, so you’ll have plenty of clear blue skies if you visit Calella in October.
The average temperature in Calella is 17°C at this time of year, reaching a high of 22°C in the middle of the afternoon. The weather’s great in October if you have young children, or if you don’t like too much heat and want to avoid the high season crowds. It can get quite chilly after dark though, and with an average low of 11°C you’ll need to pack some warmer layers for evenings out. There can be showers all through the year in Calella, but with 80mm of rain October is one of the wettest months in the village. If you want to go for a dip, the Mediterranean Sea’s a pleasant 22°C.