Lisbon Weather November Averages, Portugal
What's the weather like in Lisbon in November?
Lisbon is mild and relatively sunny in November compared to the UK at the same time of year. As Portugal enjoys a subtropical Mediterranean climate, even the coolest months remain fairly mild.
The average temperature still reaches as high of 18°C ], and at night can dip as low as 11°C. The average sea temperature is about 18°C, so if the weather is ...
What's the weather like in Lisbon in November?
The average temperature still reaches as high of 18°C ], and at night can dip as low as 11°C. The average sea temperature is about 18°C, so if the weather is pleasant you could still head down to the beach for a swim.
Sunshine and rain
You get about 10 hours of daylight and 5 ½ hours of average daily sunshine in November. The average monthly rain jumps from October to around 111 mm. It rains about half the days of the month and two of those days will be thunderstorms.
Wind averages pick up slightly to about 10 mph.
Lisbon Hotels in November
The Lisbon Marriott is a popular city hotel. In the middle of the city, there is an outdoor pool, bar and a good business centre. The property is by the Gulbenkian Museum in front of the Hospital De Santa Maria.
If you want to be on the ocean try the Farol Hotel in Cascais. Very modern, the 19th century house has been completely remodeled. The restaurant has an interesting combination of Japanese and Mediterranean cuisine.
Hotel Cascais Miragem
The Hotel Cascais Miragem also overlooks the ocean. The hotel offers two restaurants, two bars and has several suites available. Location is excellent, about a mile from Cascais and Tamariz beaches.
The Hotel Capital
The Hotel Capital on Avenidas Novas is very close to all the attractions of the city centre with reasonable rates and clean rooms.
Hotel Pestana Palace
One of the premier hotels in the city is the Hotel Pestana Palace. Considered a national monument, the 19th century palace is in a residential area and has gorgeous walled gardens area. There are indoor and outdoor pools with lots of room amenities. The location is a bit outside the city, about two miles from the centre.
Fortaleza do Guincho Hotel
The Fortaleza do Guincho Hotel in Cascais is a luxury property within walking distance of Guincho Beach. Oitavos Fort is about 2 ½ miles away. There is a pleasant bar and restaurant on the property.
The Hotel Inglaterra in Estoril is two minutes from the ocean. They have a pool, poolside bar and fitness centre. Tamariz Beach is less than 2 miles away.
Casa Vela Guest House
Also near the oceanfront is the Casa Vela Guest House. Located in the centre of Cascais, the beach is about 5 minutes away. Amenities include an outdoor pool, free Wi-Fi and free buffet breakfast.
Lisbon Beaches for November
Formosa Beach, found on the south end of Santa Cruz, faces a beautiful bay. The cliffs above the beach make it a great spot for photographs. Since it is by the city of Santa Cruz there are plenty of facilities such as beach chairs, snack bars, etc. There is a long walk to reach the beach and the climb back to the car park areas is steep.
Navio or Ship Beach
Navio or Ship Beach is named after a shipwreck that took place there almost a century ago. There are plenty of facilities here too including showers, toilets and a parking lot. They also rent umbrellas, chairs and other beach paraphernalia.
Praia do Porto Novo
Praia do Porto Novo has great infrastructure too but it of course comes at the cost of being a bit crowded in the summer months. By November, however, there should be plenty of space if you are hearty enough to want to spend time at the beach.
Bars and Restaurants
The Castro Beer has it all: food wine, dancing and atmosphere. You will find it on Rua Sao Paulo.
Fabrica das Verdadeiras Queijadas da Sapa
For pastries and baked goods, there is the Fabrica das Verdadeiras Queijadas da Sapa. It has been around since the mid 18th century. They are famous for their queijadas which are a very sweet pastry filled with cheese, sugar and cinnamon.
Tacho Real serves steaks and seafood in equal measures. The cavernous interior dates back to the 17th century. The address is in the Sao Marinho neighbourhood.
Hard to get in due to the long lines, and with female bouncers guarding the door, the Music Box attracts an interesting, eclectic, clientele. The building housing the club is it is under an old aqueduct on Rua Nova.
The UpScale bar
The UpScale bar in the Epic Sana Hotel has good drinks and great views. It is by the Marques de Pombal traffic circle.
Tulhas in Sintra is housed in the converted grain warehouse. Hearty Portuguese fare is the mainstay of the menu, you must try some of this fresh delicious food in Lisbon.
Things to do in Lisbon in November
Estoril and Sintra International Golf Week
Golf enthusiasts will enjoy the Estoril and Sintra International Golf Week at the beginning of the month.There are a number of golfing events at many of the top courses in the area, including the famed Estoril Golf Course.
National Horse Fair
And lovers of all things equestrian should check out the National Horse Fair, which is held in the nearby town of Golega in the middle of the month.
The Museu do Trabalho Michel Giacometti
The Museu do Trabalho Michel Giacometti is an interesting and somewhat unique museum in Setubal outside Lisbon city. Dedicated to important rural industries of the past, the sardine industry and its impact on the Portuguese economy and life is highlighted. For a modest fee, sometimes free, you can get a guided tour. The museum is closed on Sundays and Mondays.
Castle of Saint Philip
The Forte e Sao Filipe or the Castle of Saint Philip is a very ancient site. Archaeological remains from the prehistoric era have been found here. The fort structure was first built in the 14th century and was supposed to help control the river entrance.
Setubal Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum
The Setubal Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum is very small but has a nice collection of prehistoric artefacts found nearby.
Garcia de Orta
A very nice public garden in Lisbon is the Garcia de Orta gardens just across the bridge from city centre. The gardens are named for Senor Orta, a 16th century naturalist. You can see foliage and exotic plants from all around the world that were collected by Portuguese explorers during the Age of Exploration.