Averages for La gomera in February

La Gomera is one of the smallest and quietest islands in the Canary Island chain and remains relatively unspoiled, making it a great destination for those who want to escape mass tourism. The resort offers discerning tourists a combination of Spanish culture, history and spectacular scenery, with lush rainforests, secluded beaches and volcanic mountains providing a picturesque backdrop to your holiday.

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  • Temperature Temperature 18°C 64°F
  • High Temperature Holiday Weather 21°C 70°F
  • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 14°C 57°F
  • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 8 hrs
  • Rainfall Rainfall 148 mm
  • Rainfall days Rainfall days 13 days
  • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 20°C 68°F

Daily averages for February

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Averages for La gomera in February

La Gomera is one of the smallest and quietest islands in the Canary Island chain and remains relatively unspoiled, making it a great destination for those who want to escape mass tourism. The resort offers discerning tourists a combination of Spanish culture, history and spectacular scenery, with lush rainforests, secluded beaches and volcanic mountains providing a picturesque backdrop to your holiday.

Located south of Spain, La Gomera enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate that doesn’t vary much through the year. This means that the weather is great all year round, even in the winter. Like January, February is one of the cooler months in La Gomera but it is still temperate and warm. The island enjoys similar weather conditions, with an average temperature of 18°C during the month. The temperature can vary, reaching highs of 21°C but never dips below 14°C, so you can spend plenty of time outdoors without feeling too cold.

February in La Gomera is much sunnier than other parts of Europe thanks to its location. An average of nine hours of sunshine warms the island each day and there’s a 52% chance of a sunny day, so you can still explore the island’s natural beauty under the heat of the sun. And if you’d like to go swimming in the Atlantic, that’s an option, too. The sea water temperature averages around 20°C in February, which is warm enough for most people to swim.

While there is a chance of rainfall in February, it shouldn’t put too much a dampener on your visit to La Gomera. The island sees around 148mm of precipitation throughout the month with around 13 wet days and just a 12% chance of rain.

With the type of weather that you would only expect to see in the summer, the island of La Gomera makes a great winter-sun destination.

Roads in La Gomera

Rocks In La Gomera

Where to stay

Considered one of the finest hotels in the town of San Sebastian, on the eastern tip of the island, the Parador de la Gomera is a luxurious yet reasonably priced hotel option. Although it is not the cheapest hotel available in the area, rates are competitive with the rest of Europe. Guests at Parador de la Gomera can relax by the pool or enjoy the ocean-side view at this resort which is located right on the coast.

If you’re looking for accommodation in Valle Gran Rey, the Hotel Gran Rey is hard to beat. This three star hotel sits close to the beach, overlooking the ocean and the Gran Rey Valley, making it a great base for exploring the region. The hotel is an affordable choice but doesn’t lack in facilities, featuring a choice of traditional restaurants, two outdoor pools, sports facilities and regular evening entertainment.

San Sebastian Marina

San Sebastian Marina

Things to do

While the official day may vary depending on the calendar, Carnival usually occurs during February. Truly a fabulous time to visit any Catholic nation, Carnival in La Gomera and the Canary Islands is a colourful and festive time. Locals wear costumes, conduct parades and feasts occur almost daily between the villages and cities on the island. In addition, a local will be picked to be Queen of the festivities, and there is even a tradition of burying a sardine - a fish that is central to Canarian culture.

One of the most remarkable times for naturalists to visit the island of La Gomera is in February when whale and dolphin watching is in high season. The mammals are so prevalent in the springtime that certain companies will guarantee you will see them while out on a boat. If you plan to visit the Canary Islands for nature and relaxation, a boat trip to watch for dolphins and whales is a must. 

Hit the beach

With great weather all year round, visitors to La Gomera can hit the beach at any time, even in February. The island is bordered by beautiful, unspoiled black sand beaches and rugged cliffs that will delight sun worshippers and nature lovers alike.

One of the most popular areas on the island is the west, which has some of the most beautiful beaches including the long beach of Playa de Valle. This beach stretches along the delta, La Puntilla and is backed by lush green vegetation. The quiet stretch of sand is the perfect place to relax, soak up the sun or swim in the Atlantic.

San Sebastian Port

San Sebastian Port

Eating and drinking

La Gomera is an island for food lovers, with an array of fantastic restaurants and bars to choose from. One of the most popular with both locals and tourists is La Forastera located in San Sebastian. This small, family run restaurant serves a range of fresh and traditional Canarian cuisine with a menu full of delicious homemade tapas dishes.

If you’re in Playa de Santiago, don’t miss Tasca Pastrana, a gem of a restaurant located in the hilltop village of Pastrana. The menu here is varied, with a range of fabulous meat and fish dishes to suit every diner. Guests can dine on the outdoor terrace, which offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains.

Finally, El Charcon is a must-visit for those staying in San Sebastian. Tucked away in a quiet location next to the port, looking over the ocean to Tenerife, this restaurant make great use of its setting by serving fresh fish and seafood dishes. The mouth-watering mixed fish platter is a recommended option.

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