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Live weather in Cabo Roig
The latest and today's weather in Cabo Roig , Spain updated regularly
- Sunrise 07:08
- Sunset 20:53
- Moonrise 02:58
- Moonset 13:49
|Temp feels like:||14°C (57°F)|
|Length of Day:||9h 36m|
|Pressure:||30.04" (1017 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||31 miles (50 km)|
Latest Cabo Roig Holiday Reviews
Property owner's view of Cabo Roig today
For the first time in 28 years September was too hot and humid. 32 degrees plus every day I was there and our swimming ...
Super weather. Been here all winter with very little rain. A few windy days but overall very nice...
From Co. Down N.Ireland
Absolutely brilliant for beginning of October was 27- 33 deg. most days-Going back in November...
An idyllic trip to Cabo Roig
Having left dreary, cold Ireland and arrives in wonderful heat in Alicante, in July 2012, I could not praise the climate...
My holiday in Cabo Roig
Went in June 2011 and the weather was brilliant for holidaying. Hot every day - in the low-30s I believe - so sun protec...
Historic Temperatures for 30th April in Cabo Roig
|Average High||20°C (68°F)|
|Record High||25°C (77°F) (2007)|
|Average Low||13°C (55°F)|
|Record Low||8°C (46°F) (2012)|
Weather Overview for Cabo Roig
Weather Overview for Cabo Roig
Cabo Roig is known as the “Jewel of Costa Blanca” and is located just 5.6 miles south of Torrevieja in southern Costa Blanca, Eastern Spain. It has lovely beaches like Cala Capitan and Cala Caleta and a Mediterranean climate which makes for pleasant weather conditions all year long. The scenery around Cabo Roig is impressive and offers picturesque views from cliff walks to the shimmering crystal blue water of the sea. This part of Spain is very popular with tourists from the United Kingdom, Ireland, other European countries and other parts of Spain for its reliable weather, nice beaches and good food.
The busiest time of year in Cabo Roig are the peak summer months of July and August, so visiting just out of season will enable a more peaceful holiday, while the quietest months are December, January, and February. During the peak summer months, visitors flock to the beaches or enjoy the scenic views along the cliff walks, but even in winter the dramatic landscape can look impressive on a sunny day. Overall Cabo Roig is a great holiday destination with a plethora of enjoyable activities for both locals and visitors alike.
Spring (March to May)
Spring sees warm and sunny weather return to Cabo Roig after a cooler and damper winter. The temperatures during this season reach highs of 23°C by May with pleasant averages of between 14°C and 19°C across the season. Sunshine hours increase dramatically from 9 in March to 12 per day in May. This means late spring is a lovely time to visit this area of Spain as it is milder than elsewhere in Europe and still more affordable and less busy than the summer months.
The sea temperatures during the spring months increases to around 16°C by April so swimming becomes possible again at this time of year for the brave, although the water will get significantly warmer by summer. Rainfall remains steady, affecting 5 days of each of the spring months and hovering between 25mm and 30mm per month, before the large drop in rain levels which occurs in June. With temperatures in Cabo Roig on average higher than Northern Europe, the Costa Blanca is an excellent choice for a spring break with tempting bargains available too.
Summer (June – August)
Cabo Roig is moderately hot with hardly any rainfall and not much cloud during the summer. The average temperatures during June, July and August, range from 23°C to 26°C and can hit 30°C in August. The high temperatures of the summer months are tempered by a cool breeze that drifts over from the Mediterranean Sea. In the evening it is pleasant and warm, August being the hottest at night with 22°C, but temperatures rarely fall under 18°C so sitting outside in the evening will be possible.
The amount of average sunshine during summer is 12 to 13 hours per day, June and July having the most at 13 hours per day. Summer in Cabo Roig is perfect for exploring the scenic beaches or taking trips along the southern Costa Blanca coastline. On average there is just 4mm of rain during the summer and that is the equivalent of a mere 2 days of rain so it is very unlikely you’ll be unlucky enough to catch a shower! The sea temperature also ranges from 21°C to 25°C, which is perfect for swimming, snorkelling or scuba diving. Just one note, summer is the busiest season of the year and prices are generally higher for accommodation and flights.
Autumn (September – November)
The temperatures during this season are falling gradually, but remain mild. There are highs of 27°C in September and 24°C in October with averages around 20°C and night-time lows around 15°C. By November though, low temperatures have dropped to 10°C so a jacket will be necessary. Nonetheless, there are still 8 or 9 sunshine hours a day in this season so enjoying the good weather is possible and this is often an improvement on the weather the UK receives at this time of year.
Autumn sees rainfall increase with around 6 days of rain per month and an average rainfall of 30mm across a month, although October is the second wettest month of the year with a maximum of 37mm. Sea temperatures have dropped by a couple of degrees to 22°C in October, reflecting the slightly damper, cooler conditions. Autumn is a season when prices start to fall for hotels and flights so it is a perfect time for some late sunshine and warmth.
Winter (December to February)
Winter in Cabo Roig can get reasonably chilly, but never reaches freezing and is often much sunnier and warmer than the UK. With 7 or 8 hours of sunshine per day this still enables a sunny, winter escape – and even some sunshine over Christmas. Average high temperatures reach 17°C which is very mild whilst the lowest annual temperature is reached in January at 6°C. Overall average temperatures remain in the double digits, hovering around 12°C for the season and sea temperatures during the winter months are around 15°C which is the coldest of the four seasons, but not exactly freezing.
This season can be wet with January receiving the most rainfall of the entire year at 52mm across 6 days so pack an umbrella and make sure to check the live weather forecast when planning activities. Still, it is unlikely rain will fall over the entirety of your trip. Moreover, with temperatures in Cabo Roig on average higher than Northern Europe, the Costa Blanca is still a fine place to seek some winter sun.
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