Calella Weather July Averages, Spain
What's the Weather like in July
If you're wanting plentiful sunshine and summer hot temperatures, then July is the time to visit Calella, for sure!
This is the sunniest month of the year on average, and also the hottest, with an average temperature of around 23°C, which can reach as high as 29°C as an average high temperature; the peak summer months are also the time when heatwaves are more likely to hit the resort, and in this case you can see the mercury soaring further still. Put simply, these months are not the time to visit if you don't enjoy heat!
Evenings are now just as balmy as the day time, with an average evening low temperature of 17°C air conditioning in your hotel or apartment is a must now, and should certainly be purchased at check-in; fans don't tend to cool a room in the same way during heat like this.
Average Sunshine Hours
In terms of average sunshine hours per day, you can expect around 13 hours of bright sun to greet you, which certainly makes beach time a definite must.
Average Sea Temperature
The average sea temperature during this time of year is also very pleasant indeed, at 24°C, and with a whole host of water-sports on offer, you can certainly enjoy your time on the beach with no boredom factor creeping in at all, and kids will love the opportunities for splashing around on the large beach.
Rain is not something you need to worry about at all, as this particular month only experiences around 38mm on average across the whole month, which can affect up to 5 days to some degree to be honest, you're highly unlikely to notice any significant amount of rain at all during this time of the year, and instead you are much more likely to experience the typical summer holiday weather the Mediterranean is known for.
Calella Hotels in July
GHT Balmes Hotel
July means summer is in full swing, and that means a whole myriad of accommodation choices. GHT Balmes Hotel is a great choice for those who want to be based in a quieter area, whilst still being able to get into the central part of the resort very easily. You can choose from one bedroomed or family apartments, and there is an on-site children's playground, large gardens, and hydro-massage pool.
Oasis Park Hotel
Oasis Park Hotel offers bright and colourful accommodation, with all board options catered for. Choose from standard, premium, or family rooms, all located just a few minutes away from the beach.
Additionally, check out President Hotel. This particular choice is situated in the business district of the area, however it is still only a few minutes' away from the holiday fun. Choose from B&B, half, or full board options, with an on-site restaurant, bar and lounge.
Beaches in Calella for July
Gran Playa/Les Roques
Gran Playa, the resort's main beach, is busy at this time of year, and whilst that's great if you want to enjoy a vibrant beach day, if you're after something a little quieter then maybe Les Roques is for you.
You won't find the large amount of water-sports on offer here, but there are still some, and the chilled out feel to the beach means you can have traditional family beach days here, with sandcastles, ice creams, and sunbathing fun. There are sun-loungers and umbrellas here too.
Restaurants & Nightlife
El Cielo Extremeno
Whether you're travelling with kids, as a couple, friends, or even solo, there are plentiful restaurants on offer for visitors to Calella, no matter what the month. There is no denying however that July offers even more choice. El Cielo Extremeno is a great choice for those wanting something a little more upmarket, perhaps for a special occasion. This is a sophisticated tapas restaurant, with a fantastic wine list on offer.
Mamma Mia offers, as the name may suggest, Italian pizzas, with fantastic desserts too; this is a great choice for families.
Braseria Les Caves
Alternatively, Braseria Les Caves offers home-cooked authentic food, with traditional Spanish dishes on offer. The steaks here are fantastic, and the prices are low compared to other similar restaurants in the region.
Things to do in Calella in July
The hottest month of the year deserves a watery cool-down, and Calella is close to three fantastic water-parks. Water World has some of the biggest water-park rides in Europe, and on hand you will find countless rides and general fun. A fantastic day out for all the family, this is certainly a must visit and very easily reached from the resort too.
Marineland Cataluna/Illa Fantasia
Nearby you will also find Marineland Cataluna, a marine zoo which has much underwater wildlife to explore, and Illa Fantasia, both of which offer family-based water fun. Tickets are affordable if you look at bundle deals, e.g. how many days you're wanting to visit for, and to book them ahead of time.
Sanctuary of El Corredor
Alternatively, nearby you will find the smaller resort of Pineda. From here you can reach one of the most naturally beautiful sights in the region, the Sanctuary of El Corredor. You will need to hike to this destination, which takes around 2.5 hours from the nearby village of Vallgorguina, however the going is quite moderate provided you take your time.