Marbella: November Weather Averages
|Sunshine Hours||8 hrs|
|Chance of Sunny Day||45 %|
|Rainfall days||7 days|
|Chance of Rain||24 %|
|Chance of Cloudy Day||8 %|
|Chance of Windy Day||29 %|
Averages for Marbella in NovemberMarbella enjoys a micro climate, meaning it enjoys warm and pleasant weather year round.
The weather in November may be slightly cooler than in the summer time, but Marbella sees hours of sunshine year round, making it a desirable location to travel to if you're looking for mild weather and some winter sun on your break.
Marbella is becoming increasingly popular as a holiday destination in the winter time with travellers looking to escape cold, winter climates and enjoy some mild and pleasant weather.
The average daily temperature in Marbella is 14°C (57°F), reaching highs of 18°C (64°F) or dropping to a an average low of 10°C (50°F).
The average temperature of the sea is 28°C.
The average amount of rainfall this month in Marbella is 115 mm over 7 days.
Marbella sees an average of 6 hours of sunshine each day throughout this month.
The weather in November may well be a little too cool to lay out on Marbella's beautiful beaches in your swimsuit, but that doesn't mean that you still can't enjoy the stretches of golden coastline. Walks along the coast are an enjoyable way to spend some time, or why not take advantage of the many equestrian centres in the area and go for a ride on horse back.
Alternatively, you can explore some of Marbella's surrounding scenery on horse back too. Travelling through the countryside in this way is a great way to explore the sights.
November events in Marbella
All Saints' Day
1st November 2015
All Saints Day in Spain (Día de todos los Santos) is the celebration of spirits and the souls of the dead. Families visit the graves and memorials of their loved ones and decorate them with flowers. Special masses are held throughout the day at various cemeteries around the city. On the lighter side of the celebration, many people organize parades, fireworks, children's activities and live music processions. Bakeries and other food merchants will sell Huesos de Santo (Saint´s Bones) or buñuelos de viento (puffs of wind), which are the traditional pastries associated with All Saints' Day.
The Day of Toston (Fiesta del Tostón)
1st November 2015
The people of Marbella celebrate All Saints' Day by also celebrating The Fiesta del Tostón. Tourists can join locals by heading out to the countryside where they eat, drink, dance, sing, play games, and most importantly, roast chestnuts. The festivities last well into the night so many bring tents to camp overnight.
The Feast of San Martin
11th November 2015
San Martin was a soldier, turned monk, who saved a beggar from a snowstorm by offering him part of his cloak. The beggar was believed to be Jesus, and so on November 11th, the people feast to San Martin. The celebration starts by slaughtering pigs to then feast on the meat along with sausages and black pudding. The main feasts take place out in the mountain villages and towns of Andalucia, but if you're not looking to actually kill and slaughter the pig, many of the local restaurants around the city will serve the traditional feasts for you.