Averages for Jandia in September
Hot summer days continue throughout the peninsula of Jandia on Fuerteventura, and all of the Canary Islands as well, during September. Temperatures throughout the month of September around this popular resort town include a regular daily temperature of about 24°C, which, together with August, makes it the warmest month of the whole year. The average high temperature is 26°C, the highest in the whole year and perfect for afternoons on the beach and i...
Hot summer days continue throughout the peninsula of Jandia on Fuerteventura, and all of the Canary Islands as well, during September. Temperatures throughout the month of September around this popular resort town include a regular daily temperature of about 24°C, which, together with August, makes it the warmest month of the whole year. The average high temperature is 26°C, the highest in the whole year and perfect for afternoons on the beach and in the ocean. The average low temperature isn't a whole lot lower, at 21°C. This is the average night temperature, mind you, so that means that evenings tend to be even warmer than that. Who wouldn't go for a drink on a terrace, an after-dinner walk or even an evening swim in that kind of temperature? Those high and low temperatures do decrease in the course of the month, though, but by no more than one degree each.
There is no shortage of sunshine with about 10 hours of sunshine each day. This is a one-degree drop since August—October will have an equal amount of sunshine hours. This decrease in sunshine hours is due to two factors: shortening days and increasing cloud cover.
The days get gradually shorter in the course of September. September 1 is the longest day of the month with 12.42 daylight hours, while September 30 is the shortest day with 11.54 hours of daylight. This is a drop of 48 minutes, which means that each day this month is 1.6 minutes shorter than the day before.
Cloud cover, on the other hand, increases. It rises from 32% in the beginning of the month to 41% at the end. On an average September day, you can expect clear skies 33% of the time and overcast skies only 10% of the time. Other variations of cloud cover make up the rest.
So, with plenty of bright sunshine and an average of 9mm of rainfall during the month, September is a great month for participating in various outdoor activities in Jandia. With the small amount of rainfall, it is possible to take a one or two week holiday without seeing any rain at all. There is about one day with precipitation this month! Although the probability that it will rain increase from 4% to 9% throughout the month, it stays incredibly low. A 9% chance of rainfall is nothing to worry about. September is a perfectly sunny, dry and warm month to visit this resort on the Canary Islands.
. The month is slightly windy, with a 55% chance of a windy day, so this welcome sea breeze may help you feel more comfortable during the hottest times of the day.
There are plenty of activities in and around Jandia plus there are accommodations for various budgets. The majority of entertainment, hotels, shops, restaurants and bars are centered around Morro Jable, a coastal resort that serves as the focal point of tourist activities on the peninsula. There are plenty of attractions and activities for visitors of all ages throughout September and the rest of summer. Needless to say; the ideal weather makes Jandia a popular destination for a beach holiday in September.
You can consult a detailed weather forecast for the area on this page.
Where to Stay
There are all kinds of accommodations throughout the peninsula. Villas Monte Solana has villas that feature two large bedrooms and two bathrooms. There is a swimming pool, wellness area with Jacuzzi, steam baths, sauna, hydro-massages, flat screen TVs, Wi-Fi and more. The hotel's terraces overlook the Atlantic Ocean, while its solarium is the place to soak up some September sun.
Located in a quiet corner of Morro Jable, Rocamar Beach Hotel has rooms with fast Wi-Fi, private terraces and is conveniently located just 100 metres from the beach. It has a shared swimming pool that guests can enjoy. There is also a spa that offers various treatments to help you relax physically and mentally.
Things to Do
There is no shortage of activities for visitors to Jandia in September. Just 7 kilometres outside Jandia is La Lajita Oasis Adventure Park. This is a zoo that houses numerous animals, such as elephants, giraffes, monkeys, sea lions and more. Guests can take a 40-minute camel ride or watch parrots skateboard. There are so many experiences waiting for you at this wonderful park that you should dedicate a full day to it. If you have children, they will without question love this place.
There is also an opportunity to go 30 metres down into the Atlantic Ocean without getting wet. In Morro Jable, you can board the Subcat submarine and sit on its outside deck as it heads out to sea. As the submarine goes down below, you can look through the oversized portholes and view the colourful reef. You can watch the stingrays, barracudas, sharks and other ocean life swim by—definitely a fun thing to do during your vacation.
The ocean water temperature continues to climb warmer during the month as well. The average sea temperature is 22°C during the month of September, which is the annual maximum. This high water temperature will continue through October. With the warm sea temperature, it is an excellent month to visit for water activities. Swimming, kiteboarding, parasailing, jet skiing, fishing, boating and diving are examples of activities that are popular.
It is also a great place for sunbathing and just relaxing on the beach. There are beaches that permit naturism. If you become thirsty, you can cool down at one of the four beach bars that are located along the shoreline on Jandia Beach.
Where to Eat and Drink
There are all kinds of restaurants and bars throughout the peninsula. The Hotel Riu Palace Dining Room has an extensive menu offering the most popular entrees and drinks. In addition, there are many restaurants that serve either Spanish or German cuisine in and around town, for this is a particularly popular area among Germans.
The nightlife around Jandia is known far and wide. The Cosmo Shopping Center, which is off Avenida Saladar Morro, has some music bars. Some of the music bars specialize in salsa or merengue while others play hip-hop or funk. There are plenty of places to go dance the night away.
The Boot and Ball Sports Bar, Avenida del Saladar, is a friendly Brit bar that is located near the lighthouse. They serve up burgers and fish 'n' chips while showing sports events on large flat-screen TVs throughout the bar.