Averages for Puerto de santiago in November

Weather Lowdown

As November arrives, the weather is certainly starting to get chillier in Puerto de Santiago. Though it is not quite fully winter yet, the average daily temperature drops to 21°C. Of course, it is worth noting that this is still a reasonably warm climate, which is fine for sunbathing or for exploring the resort, compared to places in northern Europe.

The highs and lows swing between 24°C and 19°C this month, allowing you to stay warm withou...

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  • Temperature Temperature 21°C 70°F
  • High Temperature Holiday Weather 24°C 75°F
  • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 19°C 66°F
  • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 7 hrs
  • Rainfall Rainfall 93 mm
  • Rainfall days Rainfall days 7 days
  • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 22°C 72°F

Weather Lowdown

As November arrives, the weather is certainly starting to get chillier in Puerto de Santiago. Though it is not quite fully winter yet, the average daily temperature drops to 21°C. Of course, it is worth noting that this is still a reasonably warm climate, which is fine for sunbathing or for exploring the resort, compared to places in northern Europe.

The highs and lows swing between 24°C and 19°C this month, allowing you to stay warm without having to worry as much about sun protection. If you are planning on staying out all day, however, it is still warm enough to justify wearing a hat and sunscreen. It's warm enough to head down to the beach and jump in the sea, too, as the average sea temperature remains at 22°C.

It will get colder still when December comes, but this month is set to be the wettest one of the year. An average of 93mm of rain will fall across 7 days, so you will need to make sure that you look out for the weather forecast just in case. You could end up getting wet on an excursion or day trip, so being prepared is essential – a light raincoat should do the trick. Remember that it is still absolutely possible to have a dry holiday here at this time of year, as there will be 23 days without rain at all. On the other hand, we are talking about averages, so you may find yourself visiting during a wetter or drier year than normal.

This is a great part of the Canary Islands to visit, as the whole island has a really great climate. If you compare it with the weather in Lanzarote, for example at the resort of El Golfo, you will see that there is a big difference in the temperature. For a warmer winter-time holiday, this resort is the much better choice.

Where to Stay

The Arena Suites are just a short distance to the beach, though you may not care about this in the November weather! Much more appealing is the heated pool which all suites have access to, and the luxury of being able to stay in a fully furnished suite for your holiday.

The Ocean View apartment is a privately owned apartment which is rented out to holidaymakers, so you will need to get in quick if you want to snap this one up. It has some great features such as a fully fitted kitchen, an outdoor seating area, and a very short walk to the beach.

Then there is the Jardin Marino. Here you can find rooms that each have their own balcony, as well as a central pool that you can swim in all day if you wish to. The whole complex opens right onto the beach for easy access to the sand.

Things to Do

November is starting to get a little colder, so if you need to cover up, make sure that you are still relaxing and enjoying the atmosphere. Sometimes there is nothing better than to relax with a book or an e-reader, whether by the pool or even just in your luxury room.

It is also a great time to head to Loro Parque, where you won't be at as much risk of sunburn as in the summer months. This wildlife park is the key attraction in Tenerife besides Mount Teide, so you can be sure that all hotels will offer excursions there if you do not want to drive.

You can also spend some time shopping in nearby Costa Adeje. Taking an excursion here is well worth it, as there are plenty of great stores here including upmarket brands. There has been an influx of chic hotels here which is really powering the local shopping experience.

Restaurants and Nightlife

Those with a bigger budget will certainly enjoy Restaurante La Pergola Puerto Santiago, where sample dishes include kobe beef or snow crab. It is all lovingly arranged and served in a relaxed atmosphere with sea views.

Pizza, pasta, meat, and fish dishes can be found at El Caprichito, where a set menu for the day comes in at a set price – allowing you to concentrate on relaxing rather than having to make too many decisions. All dishes are delicious and prepared fresh for you.

Make sure that you also take a look at the hotel you are staying at or the apartment complex. Many of them have their own restaurant on offer, which will give preferential rates to those staying in the area – and may not be open to outsiders. 

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