Lloret De Mar
What’s the weather like in Lloret de Mar in February?
Lloret de Mar is on the Costa Brava in northeast Spain, which runs from just north of Barcelona towards the French border. It has a Mediterranean climate which brings long, hot summers and short, cool winters to the town. Temperatures can be fairly mild in February, and the sun shines for an average of seven hours each day. It’s much cooler than the summer months, but with relatively low rainfall, it can be a great time to visit Lloret de Mar if you want to do lots of sightseeing or exploring inland.
The average temperature in Lloret de Mar is 8ºC in February, reaching highs of 14ºC in the warmest part of the afternoon. After dark, the temperature drops to 2ºC, so you’ll need to bring plenty of warm clothes for evenings out in the town. Less than 50mm of rain’s predicted this month, spread over nine wet days, so the occasional shower won’t spoil your holiday. At a chilly 13ºC, the Mediterranean waters are at their coolest in February, so you’ll need a wetsuit if you want to go swimming.