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Tuesday 1 September
18:07 GMT | 20:07 CEST

Last updated:

1 Sep
UK Time: 18:18 BST
Local Time: 19:18 CEST
23°C (73°F)
0mph (0kmh)
  • Sunrise 07:14
  • Sunset 20:23
  • Moonrise 22:06
  • Moonset 10:19
Temp feels like: 23°C (73°F)
Length of Day: 9h 11m
Humidity: 73%
Dew Point: 19°C (66°F)
Pressure: 30.01" (1016 hpa)
Visiblity: 6 miles (10 km)
Average for September 20°C (68°F)
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Latest Lloret de Mar Holiday Reviews

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    We went in october the weather was lovely we didnt need sun cream but could wear shorts and t shirts....

    Anonymous on 18th June 2013
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    We always go to Lloret in mid September for 7 days and we always have nice weather. In our 3 years of going we've had ma...

    Christine Lloyd on 10th August 2011
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    We were in Lloret de Mar for five days. In the 5 days we got little bit of sun and a lot of rain. Unfortunatly we could...

    Eniko Campbell on 23rd October 2009
  • dave from lancashire

    For the time of year we had 5 good days of sun warm in the day but did get a bit colder from teatime onwards but not col...

    Anonymous on 26th August 2008

Historic Temperatures for 1st September in Lloret de Mar

Average High 27°C (81°F)
Record High 31°C (88°F) (1999)
Average Low 16°C (61°F)
Record Low 10°C (50°F) (2012)

Weather Overview for Lloret de Mar

Lloret de Mar has a mild Mediterranean climate with hot summers and cool winters. It is situated on the Costa Brava in Spain.

The Costa Brava is the northernmost of Spain’s beach resorts with Lloret the Mar situated around the middle. It has a cooler climate in comparison to the rest of Spain due to the cooling effect of the Mediterranean Sea and the increased rainfall this encourages. This is by no means negative as it results in a greener countryside and less extreme heat in the summer. It still gets incredibly hot, but not to the extent of southern and inland regions. The Costa Brava’s physical geography is incredibly diverse. Lloret de Mar is known for its pleasant microclimate; sheltered from the north winds by mountainous terrain, sitting right on the sea, Lloret de Mar is among the mildest of Costa Brava’s resorts.

Blanes Beach and Sa Palomera Rock, Lloret del Mar, Costa Brava, Spain. 

The average daily temperatures range between 2°C and 29°C throughout the year. They rarely drop below -2°C or exceed 33°C. The warm season lasts from mid-June to mid-September, with an average daily high temperature above 26°C. The warmest day of the year is July 27th. The cold season falls between mid-November and mid-March, with average high temperatures below 16°C. The coldest day of the year is January 4. The sea temperature ranges between 13°C and 26°C in the course of the year, with February as the coldest month and August as the warmest.

The amount of sunshine reaches its maximum in July when the average day sees 13 hours of sunshine. June and August come in second with 12 hours. The minimum amount of sunshine is observed in January and December, both with only 7 hours of sunshine per day.

Cloud cover varies in the course of the year. There are two annual peaks in cloud cover: in April and October, with a yearly maximum of 45% on April. In between those two peaks, cloud cover drops to its yearly minimum of 30% on July 23rd. The clearer part of the year coincides with the summer season.

As the amount of cloud cover and precipitation are related, there are also two annual peaks in precipitation. Those peaks are observed from April through May and from October through November. Rainfall is most likely on April 28th with a 42% chance. It is least likely on January 10th with a 25% chance. July also experiences a significant decrease in rainfall with an average chance of 28% of rainfall, before the amount increases again towards its second peak on October 1st, which has a 35% chance of rainfall. There are four common types of precipitation in Lloret de Mar: thunderstorms, moderate rain, drizzle and light rain, occurring respectively on 30%, 30%, 21% and 13% of all days with precipitation.

The length of the days also varies greatly throughout the year. The shortest day of the year is December 21st with 9.09 daylight hours. June 21st is the longest day of the year with as much as 15.14 hours of daylight. March 20th and September 22nd, the beginning of spring and autumn respectively, have 12.09 and 12.08 hours of daylight.

Lloret de Mar, Costa Brava, Spain. Photo by Albert Torello.

Summers in Lloret de Mar are hot and humid, reaching an average high temperature of 29°C in July and August which are its hottest months. May, June and September regularly see day time temperatures in the pleasant mid 20s. Even in April and October an agreeable level of heat can be expected in the afternoon. However, on these early and late summer nights it does cool down, with temperatures often falling below 10°C. Even during its peak season tourists might experience mild nights with temperatures around 17°C. In the peak of the season Lloret de Mar receives around 12 to 13 hours of sunshine a day, with not a great deal less to be expected in the beginning and at end of the summer. While early summer might be seen as unpredictable, days of sunshine are still guaranteed, the slightly cooler temperature can be more comfortable and the crowds considerably smaller. June and October are recommended as the perfect times to visit this area of Spain, but if you prefer intense, uninterrupted heat then the peak of the season will suit you better. October sees the odd rain storm.

Monument showing the catalonian national dance, Blanes, Lloret de Mar, Costa Brava, Spain.

Lloret de Mar’s winters are cool and sometimes cold. At its coldest in January and December, average highs around 13°C do not illustrate the fact that it can often get very cold even in the day time. While snow is very rare, it has been known to occur. Anyone visiting at this time of year should pack clothes suitable for the cold. Average lows are around 2°C, meaning it can easily be colder, especially at night. The days are also considerably shorter, with December only seeing around nine hours of daylight. It is generally more damp and overcast at this time of year, though not unpleasant by UK standards.

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