What’s the weather like in Calella in September?
Sitting on Spain’s Costa del Maresme, close to the popular Costa Brava, Calella is a beautiful fishing village a short journey from Barcelona. It has a Mediterranean climate bringing warm, sunny summers and mild winters to the region. Temperatures are starting to cool down in September as the peak season ends, but the weather’s still nice and warm at this time. Calella sees the odd shower at any time of the year, so it’s a good idea to bring a light waterproof jacket or umbrella whichever month you decide to visit.
At 20ºC, the average temperature in Calella is pleasant and comfortable at this time of year. With highs of 25ºC in the peak of the day, it’s certainly hot enough for long days at the beach, where you can enjoy nine hours of sunshine each day. When it’s time to cool off, the Mediterranean Sea’s a lovely 24ºC in September, perfect for swimming and snorkelling. You’ll need some warmer layers for the evenings as temperatures dip to 14ºC after dark, while there’s 60mm of rain spread across ten days this month, so a waterproof jacket’s a good idea too.