Almeria Weather July Averages, Spain
What's the weather like in Almeria in July
In July, the weather in Almeria is warm and dry and it is a great time of the year to visit if wanting a beach holiday.
The average temperature in this month is 260C with average high and low temperatures ranging from 210C at night to a high of 310C during the day. Although the temperatures now are not the hottest of the year, they are very warm and are continuing to rise, so it is a good idea to keep cool during the day by enjoying the beaches and pools at the hotels. Temperatures can sometime be increased by the dry, easterly Levant wind that blows off the desert. The lowest recently recorded temperature in this resort was 150C and the highest recorded was 400C.
The average amount of precipitation seen in July is 10mm affecting only 1 day during the month. This is a very dry time of the year so it is unlikely that rain will spoil a visit to this region in this month. There is only a 5% chance that rain will fall this month, but if it does, it is most likely to be moderately heavy or even thunderstorms.
The days are not as long as they are in June, with an average of 9 hours of sunshine per day, but they are still long enough to enjoy the outdoor activities in the area. During this month, the length of days is gradually decreasing. The sun rises at the start of the month at 7am and sunset is at around 9.30pm.
Cloud cover is around 13% and does not vary over the course of this month, meaning there is a good chance that blue skies will be around most days.
Humidity ranges from 40% to 85% and it tends to be more humid at the start of the month and becoming drier. A detailed 14-day forecast is available for those travelling to the resort in the near future.
Almeria Hotels in July
The Marina Rey apartments are ideal for families or couples who are looking for a beach holiday in a quieter area of Almeria. There are 282 apartments with a choice of 1,2 or 3 bedrooms, with a swimming pool, air-conditioning, satellite TV and some with a private solarium and Jacuzzi. With free wifi, five minutes' walk to the beach and activities for children, this is the perfect resort to relax and enjoy the warm July weather.
Another good choice for affordable beach resorts is the Realrent Aguadulce apartments located 200 metres from Aguadulce beach in Roquetas del Mar. These apartments are set in gardens with terraces and a children's play area. Apartments have air-conditioning, balcony, kitchenette and washing machine. Close to Almeria town by car, there is the option to drive an explore the city as an alternative to relaxing on the beach.
A good budget hotel option is the 2* Hotel Las Palmas, a family run hotel located beachfront in Carboneras beach. Close to the town centre and seafront promenade, this hotel has air-conditioned rooms with wifi and a restaurant serving quality fresh seafood. A bar is available for relaxing with drinks after a day on the beach.
Almeria Beaches for July
A little further around the coast are the stunning Cabo de Gata beaches, with unspoilt natural beauty and an isolated location. As these beaches are secluded, there are few facilities nearby so it is important to take an adequate supply of water and any food with you if you visit these beaches. These beaches are also known as naturist beaches and swimwear is optional, except at the resort beaches near the fishing villages.
There are four distinct beaches along this stretch of coast: Playa de Torre Garcia, Playa de las Amoladeras, Playa del Charcon and Playa San Miguel de Cabo de Gata. The sea temperatures in July are around 240C so swimming in the sea is a great activity when visiting the beaches. The hidden coves around the southern coast near the village of San Jose are also very beautiful and the Playa de San Jose is the main resort of the area with bars and restaurants as well as shops.
Bars and Restaurants
After a long day relaxing on the beach on sunny July days, head into the city for a meal at El Rincon de Juan Pedro restaurant. Centrally located in the town, and offering locally influenced dishes, this tapas bar has great food at a great price. With the menu changing daily, the dishes are prepared using the freshest ingredients and with great care. There are also many wines and beers to choose from to complement the meal.
If visiting the main beaches of Almeria, go for lunch or dinner at La Taberna de Domi on the seafront. This small, friendly restaurant serves fantastic seafood and fish dishes with a fantastic view overlooking the beach. For those who prefer not to have fish, there are plenty of meat or vegetarian dishes on offer. Relax and enjoy the ambience of this lovely beachfront café.
The Rusty Nail bar is home away from home for many visitors to Almeria. Located just outside the city on the beach resort of Mojacar, this bar serves great food, drinks and service with a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Sports are shown on the TV and beers from around Europe are served, including Guinness. Located on the beach, this is a great place to catch up with old friends and meet new ones while visiting the resort.
Things to do in Almeria in July
On the beautiful July days that are not too hot, visit the Cabo de Gata natural park. The end of the volcanic mountain ranges that stretches along the Spanish coast, this is an area of natural beauty with cliffs, coves and beaches for exploring and relaxing on. Walking along the coast, visitors will see varied flora and fauna and is perfect for active days in the sun.
A great way to experience the ocean from a different perspective is through a diving tour with a company such as Isub San Jose. A well-established business, this safe way to see the wonders of the underwater world is not to be missed. See colourful fish, dolphins and other ocean wildlife. Available for experienced diverse and those who are new to the activity, this is a fun activity is a must-do in the beautiful waters of the Mediterranean.
Explore the charming landscape of the beautiful Natural Park in Cabo de Gata in Almeria. Far and Ride offer horse riding tours of the spectacular sea-cliffs, volcanic sierras, mini lagoons and salt-pans. It is not only the scenery you will enjoy, but the birds, flora and fauna too. Some like to hike, climb or mountain bike; but horse riding is a truly entertaining way of seeing everything properly. Experience the mountains as if you're in a western film with attentive Manolo leading you through the countryside. The carefully selected routes are chosen for optimum views, so remember your camera.