What’s the weather like in Fuengirola in September?
Sitting in the south of Spain on the popular Costa del Sol, the coastal town of Fuengirola has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, rainy winters. In September, Fuengirola is still lovely and warm after the summer months. With lots of sunshine and not much rain, this is a great time to visit the resort, especially if you want to avoid the high season crowds.
At this time of year the average temperature in Fuengirola is 22°C, reaching highs of 26°C. Although it’s warm enough for your summer wardrobe in the daytime, you’ll need thicker layers for the evenings when the temperature dips to a low of 17°C. Just 15mm of rain’s expected over the course of the month, so September is usually very dry with only a slight chance of rain. The Mediterranean waters measure a pleasant 23°C at this time of year, perfect for swimming or snorkelling.