La gomera Weather August Averages, Spain

    La gomera Weather for August 2020

    Located in the Atlantic Ocean south of Spain and just off the coast of Africa, La Gomera is a dream holiday destination. As one of the smallest islands in the Canary Island group, La Gomera remains unspoiled by mass tourism. Discerning travelers come here for the pristine, secluded beaches, craggy mountains, lush forestation and, of course the wonderful weather. Like most of the Canary Islands, the climate here is sub-tropical, with warm, dry weather almost all year round.

    What's The Weather Like In La Gomera In August

    August is the hottest and sunniest month of the year in La Gomera and one of the most popular months in terms of holidays to the island. Travelers come to soak up the sun on the beautiful beaches and to surround themselves with stunning views. Don't worry though the island has managed to avoid the crowds of mass tourism and never feels too busy.

    Sunshine Hours

    La Gomera enjoys 12 hours of sunshine each day with a 70% chance of a sunny day, so there is ample time to explore the region's attractions and even dine al fresco at night. 


    The island in August has a range of temperatures that although warm aren't unbearably hot. The average temperature is 24°C, but it can range from lows of 21°C up to a sizzling 27°C. For this reason, visitors should remember to pack plenty of sunscreen.

    Sea Temperature

    If you want to cool off, why not take a dip in the Atlantic Ocean? The water remains warm at 23°C, so a swim is always an option.


    August is also a dry month in La Gomera, although rainfall is starting to increase towards the autumn months. The islands sees around 105mm of precipitation in August, with 12 wet days. The chance of rain is slim in August, at just 2%, so visitors needn't fret about wet weather spoiling their fun.

    La Gomera Hotels In August

    Residencial El Conde

    Looking for beachside accommodation in La Gomera? Nestled near the ocean in Valle Gran Rey, the Residencial El Conde is a repurposed apartment building turned into hotel. The building has traditional styling combined with modern amenities like Wi-Fi and air conditioning. If you book at this hotel, make a trip up to the swimming pool on the roof. From the roof, you can see both the ocean and mountains. Like many hotels in the city, this hotel is within a short walking distance from restaurants and walking paths.

    Casa Rural Los Helchos

    If you want to get away from it all and just relax, Casa Rural Los Helchos may be just what you need. This great accommodation option is located in the centre of the small town of Agulo, often considered to be one of the most beautiful parts of the island, with winding streets, traditional houses and a wonderful red cliff face. Featuring four spacious studio apartments that are Canarian in style, the house provides a unique setting for your holiday in La Gomera.

    La Gomera Beaches For August 

    August is the perfect time to visit La Gomera if you want to spend some time on the beach. An abundance of sunshine and high temperatures mean that you can while away the hours with a good book or keep cool in the sea.

    Playa de La Cueva

    Though small, La Gomera is certainly not short on great beaches. While the area isn't as famous for its beach scene as some of the other islands, its coastline is dotted with stunning secluded coasts and peaceful stretches of soft, black sand, so you're sure to find something you like. One of the most popular is Playa de La Cueva, located in the town of San Sebastian. From here, you can enjoy amazing views across to Tenerife and the Teide volcano.

    Bars And Restaurants August 

    La Samandra Restaurant

    Often highly rated, La Samandra Restaurant is situated in the centre of San Sebastian, just a short walk from the Museo Arqueológico de La Gomera. The food here is a little more contemporary than other restaurants on the island, with gastro-inspired dishes such as confit pork and red tuna with sesame crust. Along with a great selection of wines, La Samandra guarantees a great night out in La Gomera.


    Another fantastic dining option is Christies. Nestled by the beach on the west coast of La Gomera, this restaurant makes the most of its seaside location, serving a wide choice of fish and seafood dishes. Guests can enjoy a delicious meal while watching the sun set over the ocean.

    Restaurante La Islita

    If you fancy venturing away from Spanish food slightly, you'll find great Italian food at Restaurante La Islita in Valle Gran Rey. This charming restaurant is a great venue for evening meals, with a range of fresh pasta, authentic pizzas and meat and fish dishes. In August you can dine outside on the tree lined terrace.

    Things To Do In La Gomera In August 

    La Vara del Pescao

    La Vara del Pescao is a festival celebrated in the Canary Islands in August. The festival celebrates the island's connection to the sea and the abundant seafood that sustains the island's food supply. Also unofficially marking the end of summer, the festival focuses on street celebrations and feasts of grilled fish. Sardines are the most significant and popular fish, so they are central in the festivities like they are during Carnival in spring.


    Hiking and walking are both popular activities in La Gomera, and there's no wonder with such wonderful natural surroundings, there's no better way to see them than getting out there and being surrounded by trees and mountains. The island is covered in trails that cater to every ability and at the centre lies a beautiful national park known as Garajonay. To begin your hike into the Garajonay National Park, La Laguna Grande is a natural starting point. This large lagoon is a resting place that's located near a carpark with a restaurant, so why not get breakfast before heading out?

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