Averages for La gomera in November

Located in the Atlantic location, off the west coast of Africa, lies the island of La Gomera. This wonderful holiday destination is one of the Canary Islands and is actually one of the smallest islands in the group, with a much more peaceful vibe than that of Tenerife and Gran Canaria, for example. Instead, La Gomera attracts travelers with its beautiful mountain scenery and a wide range of walking and hiking trails.

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  • Temperature Temperature 21°C 70°F
  • High Temperature Holiday Weather 24°C 75°F
  • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 18°C 64°F
  • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 7 hrs
  • Rainfall Rainfall 165 mm
  • Rainfall days Rainfall days 13 days
  • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 23°C 73°F

Daily averages for La gomera

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°F 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 73 72 72 72 72 72 70 72 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 70 68 68

Located in the Atlantic location, off the west coast of Africa, lies the island of La Gomera. This wonderful holiday destination is one of the Canary Islands and is actually one of the smallest islands in the group, with a much more peaceful vibe than that of Tenerife and Gran Canaria, for example. Instead, La Gomera attracts travelers with its beautiful mountain scenery and a wide range of walking and hiking trails.

As a result of its location, La Gomera has a typically sub-tropical climate with great weather all year round. November is late autumn on the island, and with winter on its way, the island sees slightly cooler weather than the months before. The average daily temperature is still pleasant at 21°C, though low temperatures can fall to 18°C on an evening. High temperatures hover around 24°C in November. Compared to other parts of Europe at this time of year temperatures in La Gomera are favourable, making it a great winter sunshine destination.

While the amount of sunshine each day declines in November, you can still expect a good amount of brightness and it is still possible to hit the beach. The island is blessed with an average of nine hours of sunshine on any given day and there's a 39% chance of a sunny day.

It is still possible to take a dip in the ocean in November too. The Atlantic retains some of its summer heat into November, and the shores around La Gomera remain warm at 23°C.

One of the biggest disadvantages of visiting La Gomera in November is that it is the wettest month of the year. The island receives around 165mm of precipitation throughout November and there's around 13 wet days. While this may sound like a lot, there's still only a 10% chance of rain during this month, so holiday makers should definitely see some dry days on their visit.

Colourful Village in La Gomera

Colourful Village in La Gomera

Where to stay

Ideally located in Hermigua, on the northern half of La Gomera, Los Telares is an idyllic hotel with spectacular views. This hard-to-find resort is worth the hike into the hills and forest for the additional privacy and peaceful ambience that it offers. The other guests in this hotel are likely to be adventurers and nature enthusiasts based on the hotel's locale. Hermigua is a spread-out small town so if you'd like to make regular visits to local cities, you are better off renting a car to make the trek.

For those who prefer to stay at the centre of the action, Hotel Villa Gomera is located in the heart of San Sebastian de la Gomera. Just a 6 minute walk from the pier and a 3 minute walk from the Museo Arqueológico de La Gomera, this friendly, family-run hotel makes a great base for exploring the area. This no-frills hotel is great value for money.

Sea with coastline on La Gomera

Sea with coastline on La Gomera

Things to do

November is the month where the Spanish-speaking world, including the Canary Islands, celebrates the Day of the Dead. This day in early November remembers loved ones lost as individuals bring flowers and gifts to the graves of their friends and family members. While often confused as a Spanish version of Halloween, this day is actually much more respectful and serious in tone. 

If you'd like to explore the island as it is meant to be seen, consider booking a trip with one of the local walking and hiking tour companies, like Timah. This particular company offers a variety of paths and trails, depending on your ability and what parts of La Gomera you would like to explore. The guides are knowledgeable about what paths to take as well as the flora and fauna of the island so you can learn while you explore. 

Hit the beach

With warm weather and sunshine still gracing the island, it is possible to hit La Gomera's beaches, even in November. For some reason, the locals tend to stay away from the island's beaches in autumn and winter, so tourists will be able to enjoy a peaceful atmosphere.

La Gomera has many beautiful bays and sandy stretches all over the island, including one of its most popular beaches, Charco del Conde in Valle Gran Rey. This small cove is protected by green hills and has safe, shallow waters for swimming and splashing around. The beach is popular with families and children, giving it the nickname of Baby-Beach.

Eating and drinking

Casa Conchita is one of the best places on the island to experience the true taste of Canarian cuisine. Sitting high in the hills of Arure, above Valle Gran Rey, it is worth the journey up there for the traditional Gomerian dishes on offer such as fresh fish and pork with Canarian potatoes. The house menu is exceptionally good value for money.

A great option for the whole family, Restaurante la Marea has a budget-friendly menu to suit all tastes. The Italian restaurant serves homemade pasta and pizza dishes, though the fresh fish of the day is the star of the show. Located in Playa de Santiago, Restaurante la Marea is tucked away from the main square, down a quiet side street but within walking distance of the beach.

Travelers with a sweet tooth should make time to visit Restaurant Abraxas by the beach in Valle Gran Rey. Homemade hazelnut cake is their specialty, alongside hot waffles with various toppings. There's also a good selection of savory food options as well as beer, wine, cocktails and liqueur, making it a great choice for any occasion.

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