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Weather Averages for Lanzarote in September
Averages for Lanzarote in September
The average temperature during September is 72.5°F (22.5°C). Although most people consider this time of year to be autumn, it is still extremely comfortable for any outdoor activity that tourists want to participate in.
The average low temperature is 68°F (20°C) at night, but the average high temperature is still 84.2°F (29°C) during the day.
The waters surrounding the island haven’t even begun to cool off for the winter. The average sea temperature is between 73.4 and 77°F (23 and 25°C). The several beaches on the island will still be incredibly populated during this time of year.
A sight that no Lanzarote visitor should miss is the Cesar Manrique Foundation house. This house is built, incredibly, into five volcanic bubbles. Manrique designed many architectural marvels around the island, and this, built in 1968, was one of his first.
There is an average of 0.08” (2 mm) of precipitation. There is an average of 16 days of precipitation annually. Those 16 days almost always fall between December and February, although tourists might see a day or two of extremely light rain during September. In September of 2009, there was a month-high of 0.59” (14.9 mm) of rainfall. This goes to show that September precipitation is incredibly unlikely.
There is an average of 8 hours of sunlight each day.
Those looking for the exciting night life that Lanzarote has to offer should visit Jesters
Bar. This is an English-run karaoke
bar which also has a large selection of Spanish and German karaoke
selections. Pool tables, televisions
and a sun terrace make the bar a favourite among tourists, and for the
all-nighters, the doors don’t close until 4am.
During September, the island celebrates another patron with the celebration titled Fiesta de Neustra Senora de Los Dolores. This can be particularly festive in Mancha Blanca where, in 1824, volcanic lava miraculously stopped just outside of the city.
Those visiting Lanzarote any time of year should definitely
take in the Timanfaya
National Park. The park is on the northwest side of the island. Once you
arrive, the park provides coach buses for a tour of the park, with plenty
of one-of-a-kind photography opportunities.
A beautiful and unique hotel in Haria is the Casita Carmelo and Casita Susi. Each apartment is individually and distinctly furnished. The resort provides privacy while still being close to the village and to the bigger city of Teguise, which has many specialty shops and Tapas bars.