Weather Averages for Santa Susanna in September
Averages for Santa Susanna in September
Santa Susanna enjoys a prime location, nestled between the hills and coastline of Spain’s Catalonia region. It’s a small town with a lot to offer, especially for couples looking for relaxation, and families looking for a holiday with plenty of activities for the children.
Temperatures remain high in September, but are slightly lower than August’s sweltering heats, ranging from 16.5 to 25.5 degrees celsius generally. Although the peak tourist season is now over, these high temperatures ensure Santa Susanna is still thriving at this time of year.
More rainfall increases this month, with precipitation expected to come in at around 85mm over the course of the month. September is a part of the thunderstorm season, so the occasional downpour and high humidity should be expected.
Those travelling with children will be glad of the services offered by Base Nàutica. This adventure company offers sea-based activities for children aged from 4 years right the way up to 18. ‘Pirate’ sailings are available for the younger ones, with windsurfing and wakeboarding courses for the bigger kids. There’s plenty more, including canoeing, kayaking, parasailing and face painting.
If the quiet atmosphere of the town begins to feel a bit repetitive, head to one of Santa Susanna’s nightclubs. The Festive Bar located in the Hotel Aquamarina is open to both guests and non guests and offers music, dancing and drinking until the early hours. There’s a mini disco for the kids, too.
The Hotel Aquamarina itself is a great choice of accommodation, offering rooms from £64 per night. Rooms sleep up to 4 guests so it’s great for families and groups and there’s plenty of onsite activities including swimming pools, numerous bars and restaurants, a children’s playground, kids clubs, a supermarket and even a cinema.