What’s the weather like in Spain in September?
Spain’s on the Iberian Peninsula in Southeast Europe. There’s different weather across different regions, although if you’re going in September you can generally look forward to high temperatures around the country. The differences come from Spain’s size, coastlines and mountains with the Atlantic and Mediterranean Oceans influencing the weather. The Canary and Balearic islands will give you plenty of sun in September, but there’ll be more rain as the month goes on and autumn gets closer.
The average high in popular Benidorm is 28ºC in September making it ideal beach weather. Things cool to a pleasant 17ºC at night so you won’t need much more than shorts and a t-shirt for the evenings. The sea temperature’s 25ºC, while humidity’s moderate. There’s 42mm of rain over six days, and you can expect eight hours of sunshine from the 12 hours of daylight each day. Remember to take sun cream as UV levels will be high, while sunset’s at 8.30pm at the start of the month and gradually gets earlier.