What’s the weather like in Fuengirola in July?
Fuengirola is a lovely beach resort along the popular Costa del Sol in southern Spain. Sitting halfway between Malaga and Marbella, it’s the peak of summer in July and the weather’s at its warmest, driest and sunniest. If you want the best weather for spending long days at the beach, July’s the perfect month to visit Fuengirola.
The average temperature in Fuengirola is 24ºC in July, reaching highs of 29ºC in the hottest part of the day, so don’t forget to take plenty of sun cream down to the beach with you. After the sun goes down, temperatures dip to a low of 19ºC, which is still nice and warm for evenings out in the resort. There’s virtually no rain forecast in Fuengirola during July, and there are 11 long hours of sunshine each day. If you want to go swimming or snorkelling in the sea, the Mediterranean waters are an ideal 23ºC in July.