Averages for Murcia in July

Weather lowdown

Located in the south east of Spain, Murcia is a region that's characterised by dramatic coastlines, mountainous countryside and beautiful beaches. It also incorporates the historic cathedral city of the same name.

Murcia is a popular tourist destination thanks to its year-round great weather that sees plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures. In fact, many people have claimed that Murcia has the best weather in the world because of its low hum...

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  • Temperature Temperature 27°C 80°F
  • High Temperature Holiday Weather 32°C 90°F
  • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 21°C 70°F
  • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 11 hrs
  • Rainfall Rainfall 10 mm
  • Rainfall days Rainfall days 1 days
  • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 24°C 76°F

Daily averages for Murcia

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°F 77 79 77 79 81 79 81 79 81 82 81 77 86 81 79 79 79 81 84 82 81 91 82 81 81 82 84 84 86 86 82

Weather lowdown

Located in the south east of Spain, Murcia is a region that's characterised by dramatic coastlines, mountainous countryside and beautiful beaches. It also incorporates the historic cathedral city of the same name.

Murcia is a popular tourist destination thanks to its year-round great weather that sees plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures. In fact, many people have claimed that Murcia has the best weather in the world because of its low humidity and minimal rainfall!

In July, Murcia is in the middle of summer and temperatures are at their highest of the year, even beating August. The average temperature is 27°C but highs have been known to rise to a sizzling 33°C, so don't forget your sunscreen. However, the cool breezes provided by the Mediterranean Sea keep the weather comfortable for visitors, even in July. Evenings in Murcia will be slightly cooler with lows of 19°C – a perfect temperature for al fresco dining.

Holiday makers planning a trip to Murcia in July can expect a good amount of sunshine too, with an average of 8 sunny hours a day. There's an 83% chance of a sunny day and only a 9% chance of clouds, so you're almost guaranteed to get a tan.

As well as being the warmest month in Murcia, July is certainly the driest. There is a tiny amount of 10mm of precipitation throughout the month and one wet day. This means that there's just a 3% chance of rain and it is likely you won't see any on your holiday.

As a result of the high temperatures, dry days and sunshine, most visitors to Murcia flock to the seaside resorts to enjoy the regions beaches. July is the perfect time to partake in some water sports or swimming in the sea as average sea temperatures rise to a tepid 24°C.

Take a look at the 14 day weather forcast for Murcia. 

Beautiful mediterranean coast in Isla Plana, near Murcia.

Where to stay

Murcia has a variety of hotel options for visitors, whether you want to stay in the city or by the sea.

Hotel El Churra makes an ideal base for a break in Murcia city centre. The hotel is located close to the Plaza Circular, just a ten minute walk to the historic centre. Rooms are comfortable and contemporary with air conditioning – a very useful feature when staying in July. There's also a restaurant serving traditional Murcian cuisine.

La Manga is one of the most popular resorts in Murcia in July thanks to its miles and miles of stunning beaches and warm, shallow waters. Hotel Servigroup Galua sits right on the beach in La Manga and is a perfect choice for those looking for a relaxing break in beautiful surroundings. Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, it offers amazing ocean views from the bar and many of the rooms. The hotel features an outdoor pool, a sauna and a buffet restaurant.

Things to do

July marks the beginning of flamenco season in the Murcia region, a time in which traditional Spanish dance and music are celebrated and featured in a variety of ways. July hosts the Festival del Cante Flamenco de Lo Ferro, a party which officially kicks off the season and features dance performances, singing and guitar competitions.

Hacienda Riquelme Golf Resort, Murcia. Photo by stefan m

Visitors to Murcia in July may want to enjoy a game of golf at one of the regions many courses. Hacienda Riquelme Golf Resort is one of the biggest and best and is located near Sucina. The 18-hole green weaves between olive groves, meadows and lakes and makes a great day out in the sun.

For a unique holiday experience, how about a mud bath? Located in San Pedro del Pinatar you will find the famous Las Charcas mud baths where both tourists and locals go to apply mud to their skin. Not only are the mud baths fun, but they are known to have beneficial effects on rheumatic problems as well as arthritis.

Hit the beach

Murcia has one of the best coastlines in Spain, with many beautiful Blue Flag beaches. Those visiting Murcia's Costa Cálida in July will spend much of their time sunbathing, enjoying the warm waters and stretching their toes in the soft, golden sand.

One of the most popular beaches in Murcia is Levante beach, the main stretch of sand in the town of Águilas. The beach gets busy but at 400 metres long, there's plenty of room to lay your beach towel. Holiday makers can hire sun loungers and there's a promenade with many bars and restaurants running alongside it.

Paquebote restaurant in La Manga, near Murcia. Photo by Monscter

Isla Plana is a quiet fishing town located between Puerto de Mazarrón and La Azohia. The resort has a beach that feels traditional and has a relaxed vibe, perfect if you're looking to get away from the crowds. Snorkelers are able to see an array of marine life that live here.

Eating and drinking

When you're in Murcia, you have to try the traditional Spanish tapas which is served in bars and restaurants all over the region. If you're in Murcia city centre, head to El Pulpito, a Spanish restaurant located in the Plaza de las Flores. El Pulpito has some great tapas dishes made with local produce and fresh seafood. Guests can soak up the atmosphere inside or dine outdoors on the restaurant's terrace.

Also in Murcia city centre, El Grumete can be found in Plaza San Nicolas and is a must-visit for seafood lovers. The restaurant is well known for its famous fish dishes, mussels and paella.

Closer to the coast, Paquebote in La Manga serves Mediterranean cuisine in an unusual setting. The hotel is shaped like a boat and is situated next to the sea, offering amazing views over the water. Menu options include fresh fish from the Mar Menor, traditional rice dishes and homemade pizzas.

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