Costa Del Sol
What’s the weather like on the Costa del Sol in July?
Located on the south coast of Spain stretching south from Torremolinos to Marbella and beyond, the Costa del Sol is popular for beach holidays during the summer months. In July, the region’s Mediterranean climate brings hot weather, clear blue skies and very little chance of rain. This makes it the perfect time of year to relax by the sea, swim in the inviting Mediterranean waters or explore further inland.
At this time of year the average temperature on the Costa del Sol is a warm 25°C, reaching highs of 29°C in the afternoons. With such strong sunshine and hot temperatures, make sure you stay hydrated, seek shade and regularly apply sun cream. After dark, temperatures are a cooler 19°C, ideal for evenings out at the local bars, restaurants and nightclubs. Just 2mm of rain’s expected over the course of July, so you don’t need to worry about wet weather. Instead, you can enjoy sunbathing on the beach and swimming in the mild Mediterranean Sea, which measures 22°C during the month.