Marbella: November Weather AveragesDaily averages for November
|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 %|
Daily averages for November
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Averages for Marbella in November
Visiting Marbella, Spain in November will not necessarily mean you'll go home with an amazing tan, but the weather remains comfortable nonetheless. The average temperature, average highs and lows, average sea temperature and average sunshine hours all decrease from October. Average rainfall increases to its highest level for the year.
The average temperature throughout November is 14°C (57°F). Average highs rise to 18°C (64°F) and are mostly experienced the last ten days of the month with daily highs at the beginning of the month getting up to 22°C (71°F). Average lows go down to 10°C (50°F) and are also mostly seen the last ten days of the month with daily lows at the beginning of the month getting up to 13°C (56°F). November as a whole experiences falling daily highs with only one day in ten going over 24°C (76°F) or going under 16°C (60°F). Daily lows only go under 6°C (42°F) or go over 17°C (62°F) every one in ten days.
The average rainfall experienced in November is the highest for the year with 115mm. This translates to on average 7 days of rainfall or every 1 in 4 days. The most common form of rainfall for November is moderate rain which is most likely to fall at the end of the month. Light rain and thunderstorms are less common forms of rainfall in November with light rain most likely to fall at the end of the month and thunderstorms at the beginning of the month.
The average humidity experienced in November is 72%, which ranges from 53%, mildly humid, to 91%, very humid. The humidity rarely goes under 35%, comfortable, but can get as high as 100%, very humid. The end of the month is the most likely to be the least humid, while the beginning of the month is the most likely to be the most humid.
The average sunshine hours seen in November is 8. This is the second lowest average sunshine hours for the year which is also seen in March. As the month goes on, the daily sunshine hours slowly decrease with the beginning of the month the most likely to have the most daily sunshine.
The average sea temperature for November is 18°C (64°F). This is the third lowest average sea temperature, which is also experienced in May.
Where to stay
For a romantic getaway, check out the excellent boutique accommodation at Los Castanos. Located in Ronda, this hotel is the perfect mix of luxury and tranquillity. There are six en-suite rooms available, an honesty bar, library, and a rooftop terrace with stunning views All rooms include a king size bed (double available), in-room tea & coffee, mini-bar, Wi-Fi and balcony.
Located in Benalmadena, the five star Vincci Seleccion Aleysa Boutique & Spa is the perfect spot for a beach holiday. The resort features a restaurant, conference rooms, spa, swimming pool & Jacuzzi and wellness activities such as yoga and Pilates. Room options range from double room to the gran suite duplex room and include air conditioning, mini-bar, in room safe, pillow menu and daily newspaper.
The Hotel San Gabriel is a first-class four star hotel located in Ronda. This hotel has historic roots and was built in 1736 as a noble family’s dwelling. It eventually went up in flames and was bought and restored by the current owners. There are 21 unique rooms available and range from double budget to a honey moon suite. A large breakfast spread is served daily, but not included in the price of the stay.
El Oceano Beach Hotel located in Mijas offers 40 fantastic rooms, most being ocean front mini-suites with stunning sea views. Some of the main highlights include a fine dining experience in the on-site restaurant and an entertainment schedule that changes weekly.
Things to do
Golf lovers are spoilt for choice with plenty of top golf courses to choose from, including Santa Clara Golf Marbella. This 18-hole par 71 was designed by Enrique Canales Busquets and blends into the surrounding terrain. This course will be a lot of fun with some definite challenges encountered. There is also a driving range, and practice tees available.
Fun events for the whole family can be found at Marbella Adventures. Choose from paintballing, canyoning and mountain walking. While canyoning, you will have the opportunity to swim through caves and walk and swim the length of the canyon. Each adventure lasts a day and often includes a BBQ with beers (for the adults) afterwards
Hit the beach
A perfect option to relax can be found at Las Cañas Beach. This beach is located on the famous Golden Mile in Marbella and has countless amenities. You will find this area of coastline very rough with lots of bends. This adds to the character found on the beach with white houses scattered throughout the beach leading to the water. Within walking distance are countless restaurants, bars and water activities.
Eating & drinking out
Head to Hermosa Californian Bistro & Grill for a modern take on international cuisine. The seasonal menu has an emphasis on using local and sustainable produce. There is a definite fusion aspect to this bistro with European, American and Asian influences. Some examples of this include a Californian chicken curry, tempura cod and shark and a filet steak with pepper rub and wasabi mash. Don’t forget to try their seasonal desserts, which has included a delicious key lime pie in the past.
For a charming restaurant and delicious Mediterranean and Spanish dishes check out Restaurante & Terraza Carmen. You will find value dining here with freshly prepared ingredients. Make sure to dine al fresco by sitting in the beautiful courtyard. The menu is constantly changing but some tasty delights include Andalusian style chicken breast, tiger king prawns and a mixed chocolate mousse for dessert.
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.