Puerto Banus: Live Weather Reports
Live weather in Puerto Banus
The latest and today's weather in Puerto Banus, Spain updated regularly
- Sunrise 08:12
- Sunset 20:38
|Temp feels like:||15°C (59°F)|
|Length of Day:||12h 26m|
|Pressure:||30.24" (1024 hpa)|
|Visiblity:||11 miles (18 km)|
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Historic Temperatures for 28th March in Puerto Banus
|Average High||19°C (66°F)|
|Record High||30°C (86°F) (2015)|
|Average Low||10°C (50°F)|
|Record Low||10°C (50°F) (1997)|
Weather Overview for Puerto Banus
Puerto Banus lies along Spain’s famous Costa del Sol, or “Coast of the Sun”, a place famed for its brilliant beach weather. The marina enjoys the benefits of its prime location to the southwest of Marbella in the gorgeous Nueva Andalucia area. The luxury marina and vacation village, built in 1970 by Jose Banus, now attracts more than 5 million visitors a year. Numerous shops, restaurants, bars, and beaches surround the marina, dotted with its high-end yachts and sports cars. Puerto Banus, known and loved by backpackers and international celebrities alike, is a popular stop for shopping, dining, sightseeing, golfing, and soaking up the famous Spanish sun on the many beaches that are found in and around the resort.
The weather in Puerto Banus is ideal, its southern location giving the Mediterranean village long, warm summers and mild winters. The surrounding Mediterranean Sea and nearby Sierra Nevada Mountains ensure that the temperatures are excellent year-round. Take a look at the weather forecast if you are planning to visit Puerto Banus in the near future.
With spring, a season that runs from March through May, the sunshine and favorable temperatures of Puerto Banus return, only improving throughout the season. March experiences comfortable temperatures—the average temperature is 14°C, while the average afternoon highs and nighttime lows are 18°C and 9°C respectively. By May, all those average increase by 4 to 5 degrees. The sea temperature also rises in the course of the season, although not as greatly as the air temperature. The sea temperatures averages 16°C in March, 17°C in April and 18°C in May—neither of those temperatures is high enough to allow for comfortable swims in the Mediterranean Sea (yet).
After the wet winter season, spring is characterised by drastically decreasing rainfall totals. While March has 7 days with rainfall and receives 59mm of precipitation, May is much drier with only 23mm of precipitation, but there still are 7 days on which you may experience some kind of rainfall. Less rainfall means fewer clouds in the sky, which means more sunshine. Sunshine increases significantly throughout spring, from 8 hours per day in March to 9 hours in April and to 11 hours in May.
Spring, like autumn, is an excellent season to visit Puerto Banus for the benefits of the Costa del Sol’s sunny weather without the flow of summer tourists and crowds.
Puerto Banus, like the rest of the Costa del Sol, is at its best and most beautiful during the warm, sunny summer months. From June through September, temperatures tend to peak near the 30s in the afternoons and don’t fall much lower than 17°C in the evenings and at night. July and August are the two warmest months of the year, both with an average temperature of 24°C. June and September are 22°C warm on average.
The sea temperature also reaches its annual maximum in summer. In August, for example, it is exactly as warm as the average air temperature, averaging 24°C. It’s not a whole lot cooler in July and September, though, when the Mediterranean Sea is 23°C warm. These temperatures are absolutely ideal for a refreshing break from the hot afternoon temperatures.
Visitors to Puerto Banus are guaranteed long, hot days in the summer months. The marina enjoys an average of 12 to 13 hours of sunshine per day from June through August, encouraging visitors to make the most of their seemingly endless vacation days. In September, there are 9 hours of sunshine per day on average.
Rain also rarely dampens the surrounding beaches. July, the area’s driest month, has a total amount of rainfall of merely 2mm and only 1 day with precipitation. This is by far the driest season of them all—a superb time to hit the beach and spend time out of doors.
Visitors to Puerto Banus can still enjoy warm, sunny days, but in a quieter, less tourist-filled atmosphere in autumn, a short season that encompasses the months of October and November.
After September, which is considered a summer month, the throngs thin, leaving the town’s attractions less crowded. October averages daily highs in the low 20s and a nighttime low temperature of 14°C, both of which are quite pleasant. November is slightly cooler, with 18°C in the afternoons and 10°C at night. The sea temperature is still high enough to go swimming in October (21°C), but may be too low by November (18°C).
November is the rainiest month on the Costa del Sol, Puerto Banus receiving 115mm of precipitation in total, which is spread out over 8 days with rainfall. October is much less rainy, only receiving about 55mm in the course of the month. Despite the rain, November still offers plenty of sunshine—8 hours per day on average. October is a tiny bit sunnier, with its 9 sunshine hours per day.
The mild winters in Puerto Banus make the coastal village a popular escape from the colder, damper winters throughout northern Europe. Though inland parts of Spain experience cold winter months, Puerto Banus’ proximity to the Mediterranean Sea and its protection from the Sierra Nevada Mountains keep it relatively warm.
Temperatures rarely drop below 5°C at night, and mercury levels can rise into the mid-teens in the afternoon all through the season. January is the coolest month of the year in the resort, with an average temperature of 11°C. Both December and February are slightly warmer, with averages of 12°C. The Mediterranean Sea is much too chilly for swimming in the winter season, averaging 16°C to 17°C now.
The November rain carries into December, which averages a rainfall total of 98mm and has 10 days with precipitation, which is the highest number of rainy days of any month. Precipitation decreases slightly throughout the winter months, but visitors should still expect some stormy days and pack a jacket for the cool evenings. Overall, this is the wettest season of the year in Puerto Banus. Because of this relatively high rainfall and the clouds that come with it, winter is also the least sunny season. Each day in winter has 6 hours of sunshine on average—still quite high, especially when compared to other more northerly places. Take a look here if you would like to find out how the averages are calculated.