Alicante Weather April Averages, Spain
What's The Weather Like in Alicante in April?
Is it Good To Visit Alicante In April?
Spring is a wonderful time to visit Alicante, as the weather is really very good at this time of year. It's warm, there's likely to be very little rainfall, and with around 8 hours of sunshine each day, while it isn't exactly beach weather, you should even be able to do a little sunbathing.
How Hot Is Alicante In April?
The average temperature in April is 16ºC, with highs of 21ºC. It's likely that temperatures will reach up to around 28ºC on several days. And by the end of the month, overnight temperatures hover at a relatively pleasant 12ºC.
How Humid Is Alicante In April?
Humidity is at a low at this time of year (just 65%), though Alicante is quite humid year-round. Sea breezes help to moderate any high temperatures, the sea is calm and beginning to warm up; reaching around 16ºC by the end of the month.
How Wet Is Alicante In April?
April is generally quite dry, with just 34mm of rain expected on average over six days in the month.
Alicante Hotels in April
The Eurostars Lucentum is another chain hotel, located in the centre of Alicante. The Eurostars brand is more mid-range, though the facilities are excellent and rival some of the more upmarket establishments. The rooms are furnished in a comfortable, if slightly impersonal, modern style.
Abba Centrum Hotel
The four star Abba Centrum Hotel offers a wide range of facilities to keep guests occupied, including sauna, masseur, solarium, Fitness Centre and library. The décor is perhaps less sophisticated than some of the other hotels of the same quality, but nonetheless it's an excellent choice.
Alicante Beach for April
The blue flag beach of San Juan Beach (Playa de San Juan) is one of the most popular beaches in the area. This beach falls between two municipalities: Alicante and El Campello. Lined with restaurants, cafes and bars, there are plenty of amenities should you need to avoid a rain shower or just fancy a break from sunbathing. There are also plenty of water sports on offer, like surfing, banana boats and diving. It even boasts an18-hole golf course!
Bars and Restaurants
Abaco Café is a funky little art bar with not only a gallery and chill out lounge, but fantastic menu of homemade tapas and pastries. There's a variety of music in the evenings, including Flamenco, jazz, blues and soul.
Alicante is home to a pretty diverse range of restaurants. Fresh seafood like octopus and red mullet features heavily on the menu of most restaurants, and, especially considering the great seafood, it would be unthinkable to visit without trying Paella!
Things to do in Alicante in April
The Castillo de San Fernando
The Castillo de San Fernando is counterpart of the Castillo de Santa Barbara, built on Tossal hill in the beginning of the 19th century as a defence against French advances. While Castillo de San Fernando turned out to be less than useful as a military fortification, it does make an excellent tourist trap.
Iglesia de Santa Maria
Iglesia de Santa Maria (the Church of Saint Maria) was built in a gothic style between the 14th and 16th centuries is one of Alicante's major tourist attractions. Constructed over the ruins of a former Moorish mosque, it has a richly decorated Baroque façade. Of note is the image of the virgin by sculptor Juan Bautista Borja and 18th century Rococo main altar. There are also a variety of objets d'art dating back to the 15th century.
With the sea right on your doorstep, there's never been a better time to go diving. There are several dive schools close to each beach, and lessons can be booked through your hotel.