Calella Weather August Averages, Spain
What's the Weather like in Calella in August
Average Sea Temperature
Beach lovers will certainly be in their element during the peak summer month of August, as this is when the sea is at its optimum temperature. You can expect an average sea temperature of around 26°C during this month, and that means splashing around in the sea, water-sports, and swimming are certainly on the holiday agenda!
Calella experiences an average temperature of around 23°C during this time of year, which can rise to an average high of around 29°C. The seemingly constant sea breeze does a good job of making conditions feel a little cooler, however do always remember sun safety, especially at this time of year, when the sun seems to endlessly shine. When dipping in and out of the sea and hotel swimming pools, always remember to re-apply high factor sun-cream, especially for children, and always wear a hat.
Evenings are still very warm indeed, with an average low temperature of just 17°C, so again, air conditioning is a major must-do in your hotel or apartment.
Average Sunshine Hours
Speaking of the sun, you can expect a huge 12 hours of average sunshine per day, making it important to seek shade from time to time.
Rain is certainly unlikely to be a problem at this time of year, with an average rainfall level of just 55mm throughout the month, which only affects around 9 days to some degree; downpours are likely to be the result of an afternoon thunderstorm, and pass just as quickly as they arrive, leaving behind much fresher conditions for a time.
Put simply, these peak summer months are not the best time to visit the region if you don't enjoy high temperatures and crowds, however if you are looking for typical summer holiday weather, with plentiful sun and heat, then this is the ideal time for you.
Calella Hotels in August
We are still very much in the midst of the peak summer season as August arrives, and the resort is busy with a capital B! Accommodation is best booked well ahead of time during this part of the year, which should secure you the best possible choice.
Mar Bau Apartments
Mar Blau Apartments offer one bedroomed apartments, some with a pool view, which are located around 500m from the centre of the resort, within easy access to all areas. The large swimming pool is ideal for cooling down in the high temperatures, and the general vibe is home away from home.
Hotel Bonavista is a B&B which is comfortable and well-located. Wi-Fi is complimentary, allowing you to stay connected to those back home, and the large swimming pool is ideal for those cool-downs.
Alternatively, Catalonia Hotel offers rooms with a sea view, a large swimming pool, and all board basis', set within a large hotel complex. This is the ideal base for those who want everything on tap, but also to be able to get out and explore.
Calella Beaches for August
If you are wanting to avoid the crowds during your day on the beach, as many people do, then hire a car and head 25 minutes away from the main resort. Here you will find the beautiful Cala Treumal. This is a beach which is fringed by pine trees, with a small beach restaurant on hand for snacks and refreshments.
This beach has a castaway, hidden feel to it, which is ideal for those who want total rest and relaxation, whilst still offering sun-loungers and everything you need to help your day go by without a hitch.
Restaurants & Nightlife
Restaurant La Peixateria
When you are away on holiday, it's an ideal opportunity to try something new, and in that case Calella has plentiful choice during these peak summer months. Restaurant La Peixateria offers a whole range of fish dishes, with shellfish and every kind of fish-based dish you can imagine.
Alternatively, Istanbul Restaurant is great for those who want to try something totally different, from a different country entirely!
Surf & Turf
If you want something more main-stream however, Surf & Turf is the ideal choice for you, with amazing burgers, low prices, and a laid-back feel to the whole place.
Things to do in Calella in August
Whilst there is certainly enough to enjoy in Calella itself, we can't deny that there is plenty to see around it, and Lloret de Mar is certainly worth a visit during your stay nearby. There are many historical and architectural places of interest in the neighbouring resort, and these offer a wonderful change from beach time during your summer holiday.
Parish Church of Sant Roma
The Parish Church of Sant Roma is a picturesque church to explore for an hour or so, as well as Castell d'en Plaja, which is teeming with history.
Santa Clotide Gardens
Of course, there is plenty of nature here too, and Santa Clotilde Gardens offer one of the most beautiful gardens you will see, set along the coastline of the region.
Arbre Aventura Park
If you're needing a way to let the kids run off speed at the end of a long day's sightseeing then head to Arbre Aventura Park before you return to Calella. Here your little ones can play and run to their heart's content, guaranteeing a good night's sleep at the end of the day.