La manga Weather November Averages, Spain
What's the Weather like in La Manga in November
With its moderate clime, La Manga del Mar Menor stays beautiful throughout the year, though it does start to get cool in November. The average daily temperature this month drops sharply from October to 13°C. The average highs can reach up to 18°C during warm afternoons which is just warm enough to enjoy sunbathing and a chilly swim. Lows can drop down to 8° during cool evenings, though most visitors will find this is still warm enough to enjoy a walk along the beach with a light jacket.
November is a cool and calm month as tourism drops off this month. There are still 8 hours of sunshine daily and a 45 percent chance of a sunny day, providing plenty of sunshine for touring the area or playing golf.
This a slightly rainy month with 27mm of rainfall averaged over 8 days throughout the month. Guests at this time can expect a 25 percent chance of rain, which should be light enough that it won't interrupt any major plans. There is a 12 percent chance of a cloudy day, so winter visitors hoping to catch some sunshine are sure to be thrilled with the beautiful days in La Manga.
The sea temperature begins to drop a bit but stays warm at 19°C, making it fine for a cool dip into the water. Some watersports companies offer less programs during this low season, but many sports like sailing and kayaking are still available and even more enjoyable with calmer winds. There is just a 9 percent chance of a windy day during this month, though this can vary throughout the day and depending on which side of La Manga you are visiting.
Tourists who want to visit during the winter but still have warm enough waters and temperatures to enjoy their time on the beach will find that November is an excellent balance and much warmer in La Manga than most places further north at this time of year.
La Manga Hotels in November
La Manga Club
The communities at La Manga Club offer a variety of options for guests who want to stay at La Manga Club, just a few kilometers southwest of the La Manga strip. There are several communities to browse before tourists choose the best fit for them and their stay. The Buena Vista community, for example, offers panoramic views across the 1,400 acre resort to the Mar Menor waters.
Located on the south end of La Manga, near Cape Palos, Hostel Mikaela offers a budget-friendly option for visitors to La Manga. Just 20 meters from the beach, this hostel is centrally located with plenty of entertainment, shops and restaurants nearby. The 25 rooms each have a bathroom and terrace, room service and free Wi-Fi.
Though Hawaii 4-5 sounds like you're west of the United States, it's actually located very centrally in La Manga. Placed between the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean Sea, these apartments have living rooms, full kitchens, bathrooms, and a terrace, and are available as one or two bedroom apartments. There is a private swimming pool, easy access to the supermarket, and just steps from the beach.
Bars and Restaurants
El Parador Del Mar Menor
Located on the southern end of La Manga, El Parador Del Mar Menor is open year round and features Spanish, Mediterranean and European dishes. With a beautiful setting near the beach, this restaurant offers a luxurious escape with beautiful sunset views. The sea bass is a popular dish along with the steak, either can be paired with a wine from the extensive list.
Not too far from El Parador is El Faro, located in Cabo de Palos. This Mediterranean restaurant specializes in fresh fish and other seafood options. This trendy restaurant has reasonable prices and a great waterfront view onto the port. It's a highly rated stop named for the nearby lighthouse.
Located near the Plaza del Cavanna, Bonobo Tapas is just a few steps from the beach and offesr a variety of seafood and steak options. This highly rated restaurant featured mixed fish grills and daily menus. It's a popular spot, so be prepared to wait a bit for a table if you visit during busy hours.
Things to do in La Manga in November
Rancho De La Fuente
If the water is too cool for swimming, riding a beautiful Andalusian horse is an incredible way to see the La Manga area. At Rancho De La Fuente, visitors can find the horse stables and choose between a mountain riding track and a beach riding track. Lessons are available and simply riding around La Manga is also an option. Spending an afternoon on horseback is a unique way to see the beach and mountains.
The city of Murcia is northwest of La Manga and makes for a beautiful and historic day trip. The city is located on the banks of a river and has the highest temperatures in the region. Visitors will enjoy the impressive city walls, the 20 mosques that were turned into churches, and the Cathedral of Murcia. The cathedral took four centuries to complete, after the first stone was laid in 1388. In the town center visitors may enjoy strolling through Traperia and Plateria streets, named after the cloth merchants and silversmiths who once filled them. There is also a Roman theater and city hall for those with an interest in architecture.