Averages for Lanzarote in November

What's the Weather like in Lanzarote in November

In November, the average temperature in Lanzarote, Canary Islands falls from 22°C at the start of the month down to 19.5°C in the final few days. Daily highs follow a similar pattern, dropping from 25°C down to 22°C whilst daily lows fall from 19°C down to 17°C.

Temperature 

In recent times, the highest temperature ever recorded in Lanzarote in November is 34.2°C which wa...

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  • Temperature Temperature 21°C 69°F
  • High Temperature Holiday Weather 24°C 75°F
  • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 17°C 63°F
  • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 8 hrs
  • Rainfall Rainfall 15 mm
  • Rainfall days Rainfall days 3 days
  • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 21°C 70°F

Daily averages for Lanzarote

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What's the Weather like in Lanzarote in November

In November, the average temperature in LanzaroteCanary Islands falls from 22°C at the start of the month down to 19.5°C in the final few days. Daily highs follow a similar pattern, dropping from 25°C down to 22°C whilst daily lows fall from 19°C down to 17°C.

Temperature 

In recent times, the highest temperature ever recorded in Lanzarote in November is 34.2°C which was recorded on November 8th in 1999. The lowest temperature which has ever been recorded on the island during this month is 10.9°C which was recorded on November 27th in 1977.

November is a great month to visit Lanzarote if you want pleasantly mild temperatures and don't mind the odd cloudy spell or two. Shorts, t-shirts and a thin jumper or cardigan is all you'll need during the daytime, but come nightfall, you'll probably get a fair bit of use out of a coat or jacket.

Average Sea Temperature 

In November, the average sea temperature for Lanzarote is 21°C. Almost everyone who visits the island will find this temperature ideal for enjoying a dip in the sea, which is why it's common to see loads of sunbathers and swimmers on the beaches of Lanzarote at this time of the year.

Rain

Across the month, Lanzarote receives an average of 14mm of rainfall spread across five days. If you're unfortunate enough to experience some precipitation during your holiday, it will most probably be drizzle, moderate rain or light rain.

The rainstorm which resulted in the highest amount of precipitation ever to hit Lanzarote in one single day in November took place on November 25th 1989, when the island received 49.3l/m2 of rainfall in one day. Not surprisingly, that month turned out to be the wettest November since records began, with a total rainfall of 80.9l/m2. On the other hand, November 2012 had the highest number of rainy days, with precipitation falling on a total of 16 days.

Sunshine Hours

Throughout November, Lanzarote enjoys around eight hours of sunshine each day, providing you with plenty of opportunity to hit the beach and soak up some rays during your holiday.

Whilst they're most common during the summer months, calimas and siroccos can hit Lanzarote at any time of the year – even in November. These unpleasant weather conditions are caused by sand storms which are blown over from the west coast of Africa. Calimas and siroccos don't post any real dangers, although they are characterised by low visibility, very high temperatures and a general discomfort for everyone.

Lanzarote Hotels in November 

La Penita is located in the centre of Puerto del Carmen, just a short walk away from loads of tourist attractions and facilities. Here you'll find accommodation in the form of one-bedroom apartments, each of which comes equipped with: two single beds, private bathroom with hairdryer, kitchen with hob, fridge, microwave, toaster, tea/coffee making facilities, lounge with sofa bed, satellite TV, telephone, safe and balcony or terrace. Onsite amenities and services include: currency exchange, car hire, excursion booking, playground, tennis courts, snack bar, housekeeping and free WiFi access.

The four-star H10 Lanzarote Princess is situated in Playa Blanca. Here guests can choose from a variety of spacious rooms, each of which features: balcony or terrace, 32" TV, mini bar, safe, air conditioning and private bathroom with hairdryer. Onsite services and facilities include: free WiFi access, internet corner, swimming pools, kids' pools, sports ground, boutique, parking, laundrette, bars, restaurants and all-inclusive option.

Parque Tropical is set in the heart of Puerto del Carmen. Here you'll find accommodation available in the form of one-bedroom apartments, each of which comes complete with: terrace or balcony with garden, pool or sea view, well-equipped kitchen, TV, telephone, safe, ironing facilities and ceiling fan. Onsite amenities and services include: currency exchange, excursion booking, car hire, WiFi access, laundry facilities, swimming pool, restaurant and pool bar. 

Lanzarote Beach for November 

Famara Beach is situated in a fishing village which is extremely popular with all different types of holiday makers. The beach has many kilometres of beach, with occupies a large curving bay.

Famara experiences the brunt of the tradewinds, which sweet in from the Atlantic, making this a popular beach with surfers. The beach appears endless, with steep cliffs appearing from the ocean.

The strong winds often mean it is not the best of places to sit and sunbathe for parts of the year, but it is perfect for those who love extreme sports. 

Famara makes a fantastic walk with family, and the scenery is some of the best on the island. 

In the south of Lanzarote, one of the most popular beaches is Papagayo, a gorgeous white sandy beach which is known for it's beautiful and still waters. Papagayo wins you over with the crystal clear waters, and motion resembling a slimming pool. It's perfect for taking up snorkelling, and allowing the children to splash about without any worry.

Bars and Restaurants 

If you're looking for something italian, you must try La Lanterna, a little gem that is located in Puerto Del Carmen, Lanzarote. With glowing reviews, and consistently excellent food, this place is not to be missed if you're a fan of Pizza or Pasta. 

Lani's Cafe Restaurant is a beautiful restaurant located directly on the beach. This establishment is attached to a hotel, but you do not need to be staying here to enjoy the delicious food they have to offer. The menu is endless, with a choice of exotic meals along with first class service. Perfect for a romantic evening.

Chaco Fresh Burger is an excellent restaurant for those looking for comfort food. With it's american style menu, this restaurant serves up the best burgers on the island. 

Things to do in Lanzarote in November

If the cool November nights are a bit chilly for you, stay warm by taking in a show. Music Hall Tavern is one of the most popular on the island and takes place in Puerto del Carmen every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The family-friendly drag show is always a huge hit with adults and children alike and the price of your ticket includes a three-course meal and drink on arrival.

If you love to ride the waves, make sure you go surfing during your holiday in Lanzarote. The waves are at their largest between November and March, making this month a great one to grab your board and head to the beach if you're an experienced surfer. La Santa Beach is one of the best ones on the island for surfing and features several different sections, each of which is frequented by different types of surfer. If you want to try and blend in with the locals hit the Slab section, or if you prefer a mix of nationalities, locals and visitors, head to El Quemao.

Since it falls within the winter season, there is always a chance of an overcast day or two in November. If the clouds are blocking your holiday sunshine and you're not sure what to do, why not visit the Lagomar Museum? Briefly owned by actor Omar Sharif, this museum is a truly unique place to visit, full of architectural interest, lagoons and hidden areas to explore.

The cooler temperatures make November a great month to go hiking in Lanzarote. The trek up Caldera Blanca – one of the dormant volcanoes on the island – is one not to be missed. The hike takes around three hours to complete and it's highly recommended that you take some trainers or hiking boots, food and water with you. The view from the top of the crater is amazing, so make sure you take your camera, too. If you're travelling with young children or just don't fancy hiking to the very top of the volcano, a walk around the area is pleasant enough.

The main diving season in the Canary Islands ends in November, making this month your last chance to do some top quality scuba diving whilst on holiday in Lanzarote. Rubicon Diving offers a wealth of courses for first-timers and experienced divers alike. Some of the diving courses include: PADI Seal and Bubblemaker for children, technical, rebreather and instructor for advanced adults and try dives for novices. There are also several recreational dives available for those who just want to have fun. 

November events in Lanzarote

Sports

Transatlantic Sailing Race

1st November 2017 to 30th November 2017

A brand new Transatlantic Sailing Race kicks off between November 29th and 30th in Puerto Calero, Lanzarote. Whilst only experienced sailors can take part, everyone is invited to the port on the departure day to watch the participants sail off on their adventure to the Caribbean.

Website:

http://www.rorc.org/2014-race-news/rorc-announce-new-transatlantic-race-for-2014.html

Haría Extreme Mountain Marathon

1st November 2017 to 30th November 2017

The Haría Extreme Mountain Marathon is due to take place later this year on the 19th November. The event will consist of four gruelling races varying in length including the Haría Extreme Ultra 80km race, the Haría Extreme Starter 10km race, the Haría Extreme Medium 22km and finally the Haría Extreme Spanish Cup which is a total of 33.2km! The event is like an obstacle course with high mountains and rough terrain at a high altitude.

Website:

http://hariaextreme.com/en/

Religious

All Saints’ Day

1st November 2017

November 1st marks All Saints’ Day in Lanzarote. On this day, locals remember their dead relatives and visit their graves to place flowers on them. Due to its strong Catholic routes, there aren’t any real events or festivities which take place on this day for tourists to join in with.

Website:

http://www.lanzaroteinformation.com/content/halloween-all-saints-day

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