Weather in Fuengirola
Fuengirola is a popular beach resort in Costa del Sol in southern Spain. The town has a Mediterranean climate, which means summers are long, hot and dry and winters are slightly cooler with a higher chance of rainfall.
The best time to go to Fuengirola is in spring or autumn for comfortable temperatures and plenty of sunshine. The average temperature in early spring is 14°C with highs of 18°C at peak times of the day. The autumn months have the same temperatures with evening lows of 10°C.
Winter is the wettest time of the year, but the rain won’t get in the way of your holiday as showers are usually short and light.
If you love the sun and want to spend as much time as you can on the beach, come in the summer. July and August are the hottest months of the year with highs of 29°C. It’s the best time to visit if you want to soak up the Mediterranean sunshine, swim in the mild sea and avoid the rain.