What’s the weather like in Spain in July?
From the Mediterranean coast to the mountains, cities and national parks, Spain is a vast country with varying landscapes bringing different weather systems to each region. In July, the country’s generally very hot and sunny, with the warmest weather inland and on the south coasts and cooler temperatures further north. If you’re looking for a beach holiday or city break in the sun, this is a great time of year to visit Spain.
On the southern coast in Malaga, the average temperature in July is 25°C, with highs of 31°C and lows of 21°C. No rain is expected this month. Further north and inland, the capital Madrid is even hotter, with an average temperature of 25°C and highs of a sweltering 33°C. At night, it’s much cooler than the southern coast, with temperatures dipping to 16°C. On the north coast in Bilbao, the weather’s much milder with averages of 20°C and highs of 25°C. There’s more chance of rain further north, with Bilbao expecting 40mm in July.