Alicante: November Weather AveragesDaily averages for November
|Sunshine Hours||6 hrs|
|Chance of Sunny Day||47 %|
|Rainfall days||3 days|
|Chance of Rain||23 %|
|Chance of Cloudy Day||15 %|
|Chance of Windy Day||18 %|
Daily averages for November
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Averages for Alicante in November
November sees the end of autumn and start of winter in Alicante, and it will become progressively colder each week. This is the end of the rainy season though, so it should be far drier than preceding months.
There are still around 6 hours of sunshine each day, with pleasant average temperatures of 16C and highs of 20C. And if a cold front makes its way across the mountains, daytime temperatures will fall even lower. High humidity levels will make it will a little warmer, though at the start of the month this will be somewhat negated by higher wind speeds. Sea temperatures also fall to less than 19C at this time. Overnight temperatures drop to below 15C, and by the end of the month are likely to be less than 9C; it will feel quite cold.
It’s a similar story across the country, with average temperatures of 15C and highs of 20C in Seville. It will be even colder in Barcelona, on the north east coast, with average temperatures of just 13C and highs of 17C. Not to mention, very chilly overnight lows of just 8C on average.
This the end of the rainy season, with rainfall averages of 42mm over 2 days of the month in Alicante. Visitors should expect the occasional rainy day, and cold winds, throughout November. Many other parts of Spain see significantly greater levels of precipitation, which Alicante is spared thanks to its topography and microclimate. Seville, for example, expects around 67mm of rainfall over 7 days in November and Barcelona around 70mm over 8 days; almost double that expected in Alicante.
Where to Stay
The Hotel Almirante is a good mid-range choice. With a large pool area, comfortable rooms and an excellent location, it makes a good base from which to explore all the delights of Alicante.
Hotel Almirante, Alicante.
The Campanile Alicante is another no frills establishment, catering to holidaymakers on a budget. The location is excellent, and with the delights of Alicante on your doorstep you’re unlikely to miss all the facilities and amenities offered by nearby hotels.
Things to Do
Terra Natura Park, a park and zoo, is home for more than 1,500 animals and nearly two hundred different species. It also has a water park, with water rides and a large pool area. It’s a great day out for children and families.
Golf is rapidly becoming one of the most popular sports in Spain. Alicante Golf and El Plantío, both just down the road from Alicante, offer courses with plenty to satisfy both the novice and experienced golfer and sunny, mild Mediterranean days make Alicante and its surroundings an ideal place to hit the links.
El Plantio, Alicante.
The Caves of Canelobre showcase stalagmites, stalactites and weird limestone formations within spectacular prehistoric caves. The beautiful sunset views from the point alone are worth the trip.
Eat & Drink
Metro Dance Club is one of Alicante's major nightspots, with local and visiting DJs playing the freshest techno tunes and the bar staying open till the early hours. They also hold dance classes every Saturday and Sunday.
Café Epoca sports classic French décor, with a number of interesting sketches on the walls by Aubrey Beardsley. There’s an excellent cocktail menu, with a few house originals which will knock your socks off.
Campanari Pizzeria is reputed to be one of the finest on the Costa Blanca. With over twenty different pizzas on the menu, and plenty of delicious pasta dishes, this is always one of the more popular restaurants in Alicante.
November events in Alicante
All Saints Day
1st November 2015
Alicante remember their dearly departed on All Saints' Day and bring flowers to the graves of their loved ones on this day.