Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Weather November Averages, Canary Islands

    • Temperature Temperature 21°C 70°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 24°C 75°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 18°C 64°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 6 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 28.6 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 10 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 22.5°C 73°F

    Las Palmas de Gran Canaria Weather for November 2021

    Weather Lowdown:

    With its signature warmth and sunny days, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is an excellent place to visit in November. This Spanish island city is much warmer during the early winter months than the mainland cities in Spain. Located further south, just southwest of Morocco, the city has warm weather year round and makes for an excellent retreat from the cooler temperatures in Europe.

    The average temperature in November is 21°C in Las Palmas. Lows drop to just 18°C in the evening and highs can reach 24°C during the day, making for a warm month. Meanwhile, in Spain's capital Madrid, the average temperature is just 10°C. The warmth is paired with a bit more rain in November than other months. It's the second rainiest month with 29 mm of rain over 10 days throughout the month, coming in just under December's 37 mm. There is a 23% chance of a rainy day in Las Palmas this month.

    When it's not raining, however, Las Palmas receives approximately 8 hours of sunshine each day, and has a 38% chance of a sunny day. The sea temperature remains warm in November (even warmer than the spring months when it drops down to 18°C) at 22°C, making for very comfortable swims and snorkeling excursions.

    There is a 54% chance of a windy day in November, which is much lower than the summer months. The lower wind makes planning water activities such as parasailing much easier during November. By taking advantage of the warm weather, low wind and warm sea temperatures, tourists can enjoy an active vacation in Las Palmas with the occasional trip to a museum or restaurant when the warm rain falls. Because this is a low tourism season for Las Palmas, those who visit during November will enjoy less crowded sites and beaches.

    Where to Stay:

    A variety of rooms at the Tejeda Apartments means you're sure to find the perfect fit for you. With interior, exterior and terrace apartments available, the Tejeda rooms each offer direct beach access to the Playa de las Canteras, a kitchenette, a safe box, free Wi-Fi and TV. The located is connected not only to the beach it's near major urban roads, which makes getting around the city easy. There are plenty of restaurants and shops nearby to enjoy as well.

    Hotel Urban Center Las Palmas is just what it sounds like located in the urban center. Fully equipped apartments are ideal for family holidays, business trips, or extended stays at a competitive price. Designed with modern amenities such as a washer, kitchen, lounge and free internet in each room, the hotel is ideal for tourists who are looking for the comforts of home while traveling. Located just a few steps from Alcaravaneras beach, Santa Catalina Park and Puerto de la Luz, Hotel Urban Center is a perfect starting point for exploring the city.

    Hotel Olympia was built in the 1960s and retains much of its 60s charm, with modern upgrades like a TV and internet room. The hotel has a rooftop solarium for sunbathing, a snack bar and car rental services. Rooms have amenities like telephones, TVs, and full bathrooms all at a very competitive price. Located just off of the Las Canteras beach, Hotel Olympia is one of the best values in Las Palmas.

    Things to Do:

    Between the harbor Playa de la Luz and the beach Playa de las Canteras is Santa Catalina, where you'll find most of the city's best shopping. There is also the Santa Catalina park located in the center of the area and surrounded by popular bars and pubs, making for an active nightlife. It is the site of many festivals, including the WOMAD music festival in November.

    If you want to head indoors for a bit, Museo Elder is a 21st century museum with machines of all kinds. Located in a revamped warehouse in the Santa Catalina Park area, it's a great place to spend a rainy afternoon. Kids will especially love the interactive aspect of this museum. You can pilot a supersonic fighter plane, ride on a robotic arm or watch a 3D film among other things.

    Eating and Drinking Out:

    Casa Fataga is a beautiful, Spanish-themed restaurant near the buzzing Santa Catalina Park area. Since 1940, Casa Fataga has been pairing fresh seafood dishes with tropical fruits and sauces makes for a delicious meal. This highly rated restaurant is a great place to get your first taste of traditional Canarian cuisine.

    The Charcon 41 has a beautiful patio overlooking the sea, which makes the fresh seafood taste even better. The sushi, grilled octopus and eggplant chips are popular choices at this restaurant, located just off of the Playa de las Canteras. It's a fresh place to grab food after a long day at the beach.

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