Almeria Weather November Averages, Spain
What's the weather like in Almeria in November
The average temperature is 170C and the average high and low temperatures range from 210C to an overnight low of 120C. These temperatures are comparable to Nice, France, although the precipitation at this time of year is more similar to levels seen in Prague, Czech Republic. The highest recently recorded temperature at this time of year was 280C and the lowest was 50C.
The average rainfall at this time of year is 30mm over around 6 days throughout the month. The chance of rain falling on any given day in November is 23% and this does not vary much during the month. There is a greater chance of the rain being moderate or light than heavy so an umbrella is not a necessity but it might be a good idea to bring clothing for cooler, wetter days if out exploring the city sights.
The average daily hours of sunshine have decreased now to just 3 hours per day as the length of the day shortens by around 45minutes from the first of the month to the end. The sun rises at around 7.40am at the start of the month and sunset is at approximately 6pm.
Cloud cover is relatively consistent throughout the month at around 40%, mostly clear skies.
Humidity varies from 50% to 88% during November, becoming generally less humid towards the end of the month. Sea temperatures are getting chilly in this month and only reach 190C, so swimming in the sea is not advised. Wind speeds are calm to moderate and range from 0 m/s to 7 m/s, rarely getting stronger than 11 m/s.
Almeria Hotels for November
For a low cost city hotel close to the port and the castle, the 2* Vita Embajador hotel provides affordable accommodation with facilities such as an onsite bar and internet access. There are shops, restaurants and city attractions nearby and it is close to the beach for those wanting a stroll along the beachfront if the November days are warm enough.
For some city centre exploring in the cooler November days, the 4* Elba Almeria hotel is a modern hotel situated within 5 minutes walking distance of the shopping centre and a ten-minute walk to the old town. The hotel offers rooms with air-conditioning, wifi, satellite TV and has an on-site restaurant serving traditional Spanish and local Almeria cuisine. There is also 24-hour reception and on-site parking available.
The 2* Inturjoven hotel is a good budget choice for those wanting to explore the city in winter, with El Zapillo beach still only five minutes away. This modern hostel offers wifi, bike rental and a 24-hour reception. Rooms have air-conditioning and heating and there is a safety deposit box and luggage storage available. A restaurant is onsite with buffet meals and the option of a packed lunch for days exploring the city. The old town is 1.5kms from the hostel.
Bars and Restaurants
For a great steak, go to Asador Espadin restaurant in the city area of Almeria. The portions are generous, the staff are friendly and helpful and the steaks are cooked to perfection in this large restaurant. There are also great starters, salads and desserts for those with a large appetite, and the wine list is extensive. For a real taste of Spain, try the food here and enjoy a great meal.
For those looking for quality seafood, try the Cerveceria Karamba, located in the city and perfect for relaxing after a long day exploring the city's sights on the cooler days in November. The wait staff are friendly and helpful and will assist visitors in choosing the best seafood and fish. For top quality seafood, great prices and child friendly dining, this is the place to go for lunch or dinner.
When visiting Mojacar and looking for a good place for coffee or an evening drink, go to Bar Pavana and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. A coffee bar in the morning, serving alcoholic drinks in the afternoon and evening and becoming a social dancing venue at night, this small but lively bar has something for everyone throughout the whole day. It is also a great place for people watching and soaking up the ambience of the local surroundings.
Things to do in Almeria in November
For a traditional activity while in Almeria, November is a great month to head to the bull ring. Dating back to 1888 and with a capacity of 9000, this is a cultural aspect of Spain that many still enjoy today. A museum is also on-site with history about bullfighting and interesting artefacts including costumes worn by the bullfighters.
The Pedro Gilabert museum is dedicated to the local artist Pedro Gilabert, with a permanent collections of 142 wood carvings made from olive tree. There are also temporary exhibitions year round in the gallery, and other cultural events occurring in the region.