Lloret De Mar
What’s the weather like in Lloret de Mar in July?
Sitting on the north-east coast of Spain, close to Barcelona, Lloret de Mar is a popular resort town on the Costa Brava. It has a Mediterranean climate bringing long, hot summers and mild winters to the region. It’s the height of summer during July, making this one of the most popular months to go on holiday to Lloret de Mar. With lots of long, sunny and dry days to look forward to, July’s the perfect month to visit.
The average temperature in Lloret de Mar is 23ºC in July, with highs of 29ºC in the afternoon and lows of 17ºC after dark. During the day, you should think about regularly applying high factor sun cream and staying hydrated, but you might want to bring a light jumper for evenings out at the local bars and restaurants. Just under 40mm of rain falls over seven days in July, so while you may see a shower at this time, they’re usually light and short-lived. At 24ºC, the Mediterranean waters are perfect for swimming and snorkelling this month.