Alicante: February Weather Averages
|Sunshine Hours||6 hrs|
|Chance of Sunny Day||48 %|
|Rainfall days||4 days|
|Chance of Rain||19 %|
|Chance of Cloudy Day||16 %|
|Chance of Windy Day||16 %|
Averages for Alicante in FebruarySo, you want to enjoy some winter sun and pleasant weather on your break?
Alicante then, is a wise choice. Experiencing some of the most mild and pleasant winter weather in all of the Mediterranean, it is the ideal choice of resort to travel to if you want to enjoy some winter sun on your break and ensure you see plenty of clement weather.
Sheltered by moutains and hills, Alicante enjoys the added advantages of very little wet weather (only up to 20 days of rain on average for the year) and plenty of sunshine (up to 300 days a year).
It's really no wonder it's such a popular holiday resort year round.
As this is outside of the prime summer tourism period, you may well be able to find that you can get a bargain on your accommodation too.
The average daily temperature in Alicante is 11°C (52°F), reaching highs of 16°C (61°F) and lows of 6°C (43°F).
The average temperature of the sea in this month is 14°C.
There is an expectation of 28 mm over 4 days of rain in Alicante.
Alicante sees on average 6 hours of sunshine per day during this month.
Fans of golf will be right at home in Alicante, with a number of clubs and courses spread through the area. As well as the excellent facilities, which are open to members of the public for reasonable fees, Alicante's golf scene also benefits from the climate providing ideal weather conditions throughout the year for the game. Not to mention the stunning surrounding scenery!
February events in Alicante
14th February 2015
A massive carnival costume procession, like a masquerade ball, with music, dancing, decorated floats and stunning costume parades.
Procesion Del Pelele
17th February 2015
Figure of Don Carnal (the spirit of Carnaval and earthly pleasures) is put on a mock trial and the Procesion del Pelele (puppet procession) parades through the streets of the Alicante’s Old Town ending in Santa Faz followed by live music and dancing.
Entierro de la Sardina (Burial of the Sardine),
18th February 2015
Spanish ceremony celebrating the end of carnival and other festivities. The "Burials" generally consist of a carnival parade that parodies a funeral procession and culminates with the burning of a symbolic figure, usually a representation of a sardine.