What's the Weather like in Amadores in September
Average Sea Temperature
Still in the heart of summer, you can expect a huge 8 hours of sun per day, with an average temperature of around 22°C. Again, heat waves and strong winds from Africa can cause temperatures to spike, but generally you can expect a high of around 25°C, with a low of 18°C.
Rain tends to increase a little as September begins, with a monthly average of around 12mm, and 3 days throughout the month seeing some degree of rain.
Check out the weather forecast here.
Amadores Hotels in September
Gloria Palace Hotels
For a spot of luxury, you can't go far wrong with sister hotels Gloria Palace Royal and Gloria Palace Amadores. Both of these hotels offer an all-inclusive board basis, which means you don't have to venture too far to get your fill of food and drink, and this is also a good road to go down for those travelling as a family. On top of this, the cliff-top location is breath-taking, with amazing views over the sea and beach, and plenty of facilities to keep everyone occupied and entertained.
If you would prefer to stay in an apartment-style building, with a more homely feel, then Apartamentos Babalu is a good middle budget option. The building is typical Canarian style white and sloping upwards, and is located just outside of the main resort of Amadores.
Beach in Amadores for September
Just outside of nearby Maspalomas you will find the inviting waters of Playa Meloneras. This is a quiet beach, and a great alternative to the central beach in Amadores. Playa Meloneras offers 500m of soft sand, with plentiful restaurants, bars, and cafes for a break from the sand. There are also lots of shops here if you fancy a break, with a slightly more upmarket feel to the resort.
Bars and Restaurants
Happy Valley Indian Restaurant
If you're craving a hearty Indian meal during your stay in Amadores then you're in luck. Happy Valley Indian Restaurant is often voted as one of the best restaurants in the whole of the region, with a huge menu of delicious dishes to make your mouth water. Centrally placed, it is easy to wander back to your hotel for a drink in your hotel bar after filling your belly here.
If you prefer to head off and enjoy some serious fun-filled entertainment with a huge side order of dancing fun then Puerto Rico is again your destination, and Riders Dancing. This is massively popular, and there are always queues for tables during busy times, so be sure to get there early. You will find a large cocktail menu, plus regional and import drinks, with lots of music to suit all tastes.
Things to do in Amadores in September
Timanfaya Pirate Boat
The slightly increased rain level in September should not stop you getting out into the open air, as even when it does rain, it is over rather fast. This is great news for anyone wanting to head out to sea on their holiday in Amadores, and there are plenty of choices. If you're travelling with children, as a family, then Timanfaya Pirate Boat is a great fun day out for the family. The staff all dress up as pirates and your children will be occupied from the get-go, leaving you time to kick back and relax, knowing your littles ones are safe and looked after.
A family bike ride could be just the activity to tire out little ones, and you will easily find bike hire offices around the resort. The coastline between Amadores and Maspalomas, as well as in the other direction to Puerto Rico, are great for heading off on two wheels, however wherever you go in general on the island you will find countryside which is perfect for a bike ride.
Maspalomas Dune Reserve
If you've never had a camel ride before, this is your chance! The Maspalomas Dune Reserve is quite the wonder for the eyes to take in when you're simply standing and looking at it, however a camel ride adds a totally new dimension. Kids will love interacting with these gentle creatures, and the experience itself is laugh a minute from the start, in amazing surroundings. Don't forget to actually take in what you're seeing however.
Aside from getting active in nature, why not hit the beach and relax for a few hours?