What’s the weather like in Benalmadena in November?
Located in the Andalusia region of Spain’s Costa del Sol, Benalmadena has a Mediterranean climate with warm, dry summers and cooler, damp winters. In November the town is quite mild, especially in comparison with the cold UK weather, perfect for exploring the local sights and embracing the great outdoors. If you want to avoid the high season crowds while enjoying mild wintertime temperatures, November is a good month to visit Benalmadena. You’ll need to pack a rain jacket though, to protect yourself from the occasional shower.
On average, the daytime in Benalmadena hovers around 14°C, with highs of a warm 20°C in the afternoons. At night the temperature dips to just 9°C, so you’ll need to pack for all climates on your holiday to Benalmadena. November is usually the wettest month of the year in the town, with around 100mm of rain expected over the course of ten wet days. If you’re planning on taking a dip in the sea, you’ll need to be brave as the Mediterranean waters are a brisk 18°C.