Estepona Weather November Averages, Spain
What's the weather like in Estepona in November
November gets cooler as winter is just around the corner here in Estepona. While you won't experience a snowy and cold continental winter if you spend your holiday on Costa del Sol, you'll still get a chill from the mountain wall behind the city.
The average temperature drops to 16°C (61°F), with nights slightly nippy at 14°C on the lower end. The warmer days are expected to reach 19°C on average, best felt on the sunnier days of the month, during the first and second week.
The days get shorter with up to 8 hours of sunshine, but chances of sunny days drop to 27% on average, while chances of cloudy days go up to 22% and chances of rain hit 32% on average. This tableau creates a mixture of both sunny and rainy days, with lower temperatures than the ones previously recorded in October.
Humidity is up at 75% in November, and it can be best felt in the early mornings, but the dew points are nowhere near oppressive.
Rainfall can reach up to 109mm on average, spread over a total of 11 days, which makes this one the wetter month of the year so it is probably best to check a local forecast and be prepared with an umbrella!
Wind speeds stay down at a mild 1.5m/s on average, and most of the currents blowing over Estepona will be north and north-eastern, mainly from the mountainside. Chances of windy days stay up at 49%. The waters get choppy and tides will get higher than usual, particularly towards the third and fourth week of the month.
The beautiful Mediterranean Sea drops its temperature to an average 19°C (66°F) while not the best time to swim or engage in scuba diving or snorkelling; it won't be harmful on a quick dip. The marine currents from the north-African regions begin to shift and retire towards the end of November.
Estepona Hotels for November
Bel Air Golf & Spa
Offering a year-round outdoor pool and spa centre, the Bel Air Golf & Spa has accommodation available apartments for just £48 per night for couples. It's situated in Estepona, 0.9 miles from the popular El Saladillo beach. This is a pet-friendly accommodation, fitted with air conditioning and a seating area, kitchenette with all the equipment needed to make your stay here as comfortable as possible.
Private free parking is also available, and fresh bed linens are offered as well. You'll most certainly enjoy the sun terrace and the hotel bar, which serves a great selection of spirited drinks. You can also play tennis at the property, while golf courses are sprinkled in the surrounding area.
Parque Botanico Apartments
The Parque Botanico Apartments offer suites for £80 per night for couples, and it's only 2.4 miles from El Saladillo Beach. All units come with a dining and seating area, flat screen TV, a fully fitted kitchen, as well as a private bathroom with all sorts of toiletries. There's a spa centre and most revered hot tub available at this resort, and guests can certainly enjoy a delicious Spanish dish at the on-site restaurant, or a drink at the bar.
Tryp Estepona Valle Romano Golf
Tryp Estepona Valle Romano Golf sells fast even in November, so if you're looking to enjoy the comfort of a fully serviced apartment for just £44 per night, this 3-star accommodation is where you want to be. There's an on-site golf club and free Wi-Fi throughout the venue. All of the apartments come with 1 bedroom, 1 twin bedroom and 2 bathrooms with a bath or shower, and are also fitted with a washing machine. The living space in each of these units sports a seating area, flat screen TV and a dining table, and the terrace features outdoor furniture for further comfort. The complex also holds a children's playground, a swimming pool and a snack bar, as well as a garden and shared terrace.
Estepona Beaches for November
Paseo Maritimo de Estepona
It's not a good time to bask in the sun or bother packing a swimsuit, really, unless you're looking to try out the lovely sea water, then hide beneath a fluffy towel. But for a good view of some of Estepona's most beautiful beaches, you can easily go on long walks along the Paseo Maritimo de Estepona, a beautiful promenade following the gold sands and ultramarine waters of the Mediterranean. The views are to die for, and the esplanade itself is flanked by numerous bars, terraces, restaurants and boutique shops just waiting to be discovered.
Bars and Restaurants
Near Plaza de Las Flores in Estepona's old town sits Madubar, framed by a charming little square lined with orange trees. This fusion bar/restaurant is quite trendy and popular amongst the locals, with great ambience and food. They're open every day for lunch and dinner, and they also do special theme nights.
La Casa del Rey
La Casa del Rey can also be found near the Flower Square on Calle Raphael, is known as one of Estepona's best wine/tapas bara and restaurants. It's quite new, first opening its doors in 2013, but the food is delicious and served in a variety of dishes, the wine list is wonderful and the service is excellent, complimented by a nice interior design, with a modern and yet authentic Spanish look. The bar area buzzes every evening and the inner courtyard is open to the sky and simply breath-taking.
La Esquina del Arte
La Esquina del Arte, on Villa 8 is another new and super popular tapas bar and restaurant in Estepona. It's situated on one of the prettier streets of the old town centre, on a corner close to the covered food market. They serve some very creative small tapa dishes for just 2 Euros, as well as light lunches, dinner or just coffee. The wine list is impressive, and the modern interior and good service are further complimented by the pleasure of outdoor seating. This place is good for both meals and drinks with friends.
Things to do in Estepona in November
Spain is well known for its tradition of the flamenco dance, and Costa del Sol is no stranger to hosting regular nights where professional and extremely talented dancers can showcase their vigour and elegance. One such place can be found on the Fuerongirola to Mijas Pueblo, and it is called Valpariso Restaurant they put together lovely performances, often accompanied by a delicious authentic Andalusian dinner.
SELWO Nature Park
SELWO Nature Park is one of Estepona's most precious establishments, unique in Europe due to the immense diversity of its fauna animals from five continents coexist in semi-wild conditions. The park is divided into several zones of interest, each featuring a different set of creatures to observe and admire. The first remarkable spot to explore is the lagoon, which is riddled with exotic birds, including the bright and colourful flamingos.
Nearby you'll find habitats best suited for birds and monkeys. One of the park's best features is the man-made canyon, a bird sanctuary enclosed by hills and lush flora, home to 40 different species of feathered creatures. Most of the tour is done via an all-terrain truck, but there are also great pathways to explore on foot, so make sure you wear comfortable shoes when visiting SELWO.
Hot Air Balloons
When the sun is out and bright, and given that the winds are very mild compared to other periods in the year, you can still go on a hot air ballooning adventure in Estepona. It's a magical lighter than air flight in the undiscovered Andalusian hinterland near Costa del Sol, giving you a bird's eye view of the charming Spanish countryside. They offer daily passenger flights (weather permitting, of course) in Ronda and Antequera, two of the historic towns of the region. More information can be found on Flights to Globe's website.