Barcelona Weather November Averages, Spain
What's the Weather Like in Barcelona in November?
Barcelona in November is too chilly for a beach holiday but it's still a great time to explore this vibrant city's wonderful cultural attractions. And with an average of around five hours of sunshine a day, you'll also have time to make the most of Barcelona's famous nightlife.
How Warm Is Barcelona In November?
The average daytime temperatures generally hover around 13°C with highs of 18°C with average minimum temperatures of 8°C at night. Warmer clothes and some protection from the rain will be necessary.
Can You Swim In The Sea In Barcelona In November?
The average temperature of the sea in Barcelona is a chilly 18°C, only warm enough for the bravest swimmers.
Is November Wet In Barcelona?
The chances of rainfall are high on nine days throughout November with the average monthly precipitation around 70mm. The cloud cover is generally low, staying around a partly cloudy 41%, so you are guaranteed relatively clear skies.
There are no expectations of fog or snow in November, so don't worry about the weather taking a turn for the worse.
Is Barcelona Windy In November?
The average daily maximum wind speed is 15 mph, a moderate breeze mostly often coming from the north,
Barcelona Hotels in November
Violeta Boutique Hotel
Violeta Boutique is a modern and comfortable two-star boutique guesthouse located in the Eixample district and is just 300m away from Plaza Catalunya. Set in a carefully restored 19th century building, the rooms at this place include free Wi-Fi, city views, a plasma TV and a spacious ensuite bathroom.
Catalonia Avinyo Hotel
The three-star Catalonia Avinyo boasts a central location in Ciutat Vella and is just 200m away from Las Ramblas. The hotel features a rooftop pool, hot tub and gym. All rooms also come with air-conditioning, satellite TVs and free Wi-Fi.
Another hotel worth looking into is the three-star Europark in L'Eixample. Set just 600m away from Barcelona's Passeig de Gracia, this hotel is within close proximity to many of the city's major attractions. The hotel also offers a café-bar and breakfast room which serves a delicious and varied buffet breakfast everyday.
Barcelona Centre Hotel
If you're planning a romantic retreat to Barcelona or want to stay at a luxurious hotel, Barcelona Centre may be just what you are looking for. This five-star hotel offers a traditional Spanish restaurant, bar, sun terrace and all rooms come with air-conditioning. Guests also have free access to the sauna, small gym and rooftop hot tub.
Barcelona Beach for November
October may be a bit too cold for some to continue sunbathing on the beaches, however, you are still guaranteed a few warm, sunny days during this month. Many of the beach bars also stay open during this month and do not close until October 20th.
Barceloneta Beach is the most popular beach in the city and is where you will find many restaurants, bars, cafes and nightclubs. The beach offers a number of amenities including public toilets, changing rooms, sports facilities and even Wi-Fi!
Sant Sebastia is another popular beach located right next to the city center. Given its ideal location, it is extremely popular with both tourists and locals so can get very crowded when the weather is warm, although during October it does tend to be a lot quieter.
On the other hand, if you want more of a peaceful setting you should spend the morning or afternoon at Bogatell Beach. This stunning beach is close to the Port Olympic and there are a number of great restaurants along the promenade.
Furthermore, Mar Bella was constructed during the redevelopment of the city's coastline for the 1992 Olympics. There are a number of beautiful gardens and benches for picnicking along the backdrop of this beach, there is even a nudist area too.
Bars and Restaurants in Barcelona in November
Les Quinze Nits
Les Quinze Nits is party of a chain of restaurants found throughout Barcelona and around Spain. These elegant set of restaurants offer a varied menu, mainly serving Mediterranean cuisine; they also are all surprisingly cheap, which is great if you are visiting Barcelona on a budget.
However, if you are looking for a more authentic Spanish dining atmosphere you should definitely try Bar Celta. This fun tapas bar specializes in delicious Galician food and wine. They also offer all the traditional tapas you could possibly wish for including classic patatas bravas and mouthwatering calamari.
Hip-hop and R&B fans will love Club Catwalk located near to Barceloneta Beach. This large club offers two spacious floors with designated VIP areas. Downstairs is where you will find the dance floor with seating areas and a number of bars, whilst upstairs is where you will find a large lounge area with DJs pumping out the best urban tracks.
Ker Club is situated between Estacion de Sants and Plaza Espana and is renowned across the city for its underground electronic music scene. The club consists of two areas; Ker Club main room, where both house and techno are played and Ker Bar which is a lounge cocktail bar, which plays soul, funk and disco music.
Things to do in Barcelona in November
Ciutat Vella also known as the "Old City" is one of the most fascinating areas of Barcelona. Ciutat Vella is steeped in history and offers a number of interesting sights to explore including Gothic mansions, historic churches, narrow winding streets, bars, restaurants and much more. In the center you will also find the famous Placa del Rei, which is reputably the exact spot where King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella welcomed Christopher Columbus after his voyage to America.
Parc del Laberint d'Horta
Parc del Laberint d'Horta is Barcelona's oldest public garden found in the Horta-Guinardo district. This historical garden is actually situated in the former estate of the Desvalls family and compromises of an 18th century neoclassical garden and a 19th century romantic garden. The garden features various waterfalls, sculptures, well kept flower beds and even a maze!
CosmoCaixa is one of the most popular and interesting museums in the whole of Barcelona. Formerly known as the Science Museum of Barcelona, this place now features a number of permanent exhibitions that include a Planetarium, the "Flooded Forest and the "Geological Wall."
Casa Batllo is one of three distinctive houses designed by the famous Catalan architect Antoni Gaudi. Renowned for its intricate and unique design this is one of Gaudi's finest masterpieces. The building cleverly evokes the creativity of Gaudi's work through irregular oval windows; broken ceramic tiles and carefully sculpted stonework.