fuengirola Weather July Averages, Spain
What's the weather like in Fuengirola in July
The month of July in Fuengirola brings the warmest temperature on average of any month (tied with August). The average temperature is 24°C (75°F), with the average low being just 19°C (66°F), and the average high a hot 29°C (84°F). The beginning of July in Fuengirola brings warm temperatures, lots of sun, and no rain, with the daily average temperature being 24°C (75°F).
The middle of July is consistent with the start, and it warms up slightly by the end of the month, with a daily average temperature of 25°C (77°F). Although there is not much variance in the temperature throughout July, the coldest day of the month is typically around the 10th, with an average high of 28°C (82°F) and an average low of 19°C (66°F). The hottest day of July is the 31st, with the high being 30°C (86°F) and the low being just 20°C (68°F).
Average Sunshine Hours
There are a whopping 14 hours of sunshine a day on average in July, the highest of any month in Fuengirola.
Rain during July is unheard of, as the average rainfall is just 2mm (0.08 inches), happening on an average of just two days, or 1mm (0.04 inches) each time in rains.
Average Sea Temperature
Swimming and enjoying the sea becomes very popular during July, as the average sea temperature reaches 23°C (73°F). This is considered warm water and is enjoyed by most people. With the high air temperatures, it is possible that once you get in the water, you won't want to get out.
The humidity levels in July are similar to those in June some of the lowest on average of any month, with average levels around the high 50%'s. The low humidity will make the warm temperatures not seem as hot, but it will still be warm enough to at times be uncomfortable in the sun.
Fuengirola Hotels in July
The Hotel Yaramar is a four-star hotel with 242 rooms, all with sea views and all-important air-conditioning. Guests can choose between booking a "standard" room or a "superior" one, which comes with slightly more space. There are several options for food on site, including a restaurant serving buffet style breakfast and dinner, an Italian restaurant called Zena 2.0, which is independently operated, and for coffee or dessert there is Heladeria Cristina. The hotel also has a bar, a swimming pool, a gym, and offers entertainment shows and dancing classes. Hotel Yaramar is located about 20-25 minutes walking from the city centre and is an adults-only hotel.
The Hotel Las Palmeras is a four-star hotel with 400 double rooms and 10 junior suites. All rooms have air-conditioning, as well as a terrace with a sea-view. They have a restaurant serving an international buffet for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as a piano bar offering a variety of cocktails. They also have an outdoor swimming pool, which like the hotel, overlooks the marina. The hotel is about a five minute walk to the city centre.
Fuengirola Beach for July
While most of the beaches in Fuengirola are crowded during July, check out Carvajal Beach to find one that will be a little quieter. It is located 50-60 minutes walking from the city centre, so driving is a must. This will take less than 15 minutes. There are parking spots available and should be more plentiful than in the city centre.
The beach is about 1.2km (0.7 miles) long and about 20 meters (66 feet) wide and has public showers and toilets, as well as a lifeguard stand. Like most beaches in the area, sun beds and umbrellas are available for rent, as are paddle boats. The beach is also devoid of trash as it is cleaned regularly.
If you are hungry, there is a great restaurant just minutes away walking, called Los Marinos José. Their focus is seafood, and much of what they serve they catch themselves, to ensure its freshness. They have both indoor seating as well as a terrace looking out to the sea. It is also a great place to get a drink, as they have an extensive wine list, as well as a full bar.
Bars and Restaurants
If you are looking for a restaurant that serves a bit of everything, but still provides a high quality meal, Los Enebros is the place for you. Their cuisine is described as "international," as they serve everything from oxtail and lamb, to fresh fish and suckling pig. Los Enebros also has an extensive wine list and offers a "special" fixed menu from Tuesday through Friday. They are open every day for both lunch and dinner and are located about 20 minutes walking from the city centre.
Jackson's Bar is a bar that has more of a club feel to it than a quiet place just to get a drink. There is usually a DJ playing music for what is a lively crowd. They have a full bar and the bartenders are capable of making almost any cocktail requested. Jackson's is open daily from 10 AM to 2 AM (they also serve breakfast in the morning) and is about a six minute walk from the city centre.
Things to do in Fuengirola in July
If you want a day away from the beach, but still want to escape the heat, check out the water park Parque Acuático Mijas. The park has several slides - some that you go down using just your body, and others a small floating raft to sit on. If you get tired of the slides, there is also a swimming pool and a wave pool to cool off in, before taking on some of the more extreme rides. This park has something for people of all ages, as there is a children's area as well. They also offer minigolf in case you don't want to partake in any of the water activities. There is a restaurant and bar on site, as well as a picnic area which offers more "to-go" style food. It is possible to walk to the park, as it is about 15-20 minutes from the city centre. There is a parking area for those choosing to drive, as well as a bus service that goes to the city centre, and a taxi stand as well. They are open from 10 AM to 7 PM for all of July and the entrance price is 23 for adults, 17 for kids ages 8-12, and 12 for kids ages 3-7.
Looking for some adventure? Then check out Quad Safari Costa del Sol. They offer two hour (100 per person), half day (150 per person), and full day (250 per person) tours on quad bikes through the Spanish countryside. Before the tour, each rider is given a safety briefing and directions on how to operate the bike. They also offer the option of tailoring a trip specific to your needs if you have a large group. A minibus is provided to both pick up and drop off riders from many areas within Fuengirola.