Lloret de Mar Weather September Averages, Spain
What's the Weather Lloret De Mar in September
Lloret de Mar begins to cool down slightly in September as the summer season comes to a close. Temperatures are still very pleasant, though. They can reach 25°C during the day, but drop to lows of 14°C in the evening. Those temperatures decrease in the course of the month. While the daily high temperature is 28°C in the beginning of the month, by the end it has dropped to 24°C. The daily low temperature falls from 16°C to 13°C in the course of September. The overall average daily temperature is now 20°C, making it the fourth-warmest month of the year after July, August and June. The sea temperature is still invitingly comfortable this time of year and averages 24°C.
In terms of rainfall, September is comparable to August. With a total amount of precipitation of 58mm and nine days with rainfall, September is the sixth-driest month of the year. A gradual increase in the probability of rainfall is observed in the course of month. You are least likely to get wet during the first days of the month, which have a 32% chance of rainfall, and you are most likely to experience rain in the second half of the month, which has an average chance of 35% that it will rain at some point in the day. Just like the previous month, September's main precipitation type are thunderstorms. They occur on 53% of all days with rainfall. Moderate rain is observed on 22% of the days with precipitation, drizzle on 13% and light rain on 9%.
The increase of rainfall is related to the increase of cloud cover throughout the month. September 1st is the clearest day with 36% of cloud cover; by the end of the month, on September 30th, cloud cover is 41%. An average September day has clear skies 47% of the time, partly cloudy skies 27% of the time and is overcast 13% of the time.
As more clouds move in, the amount of sunshine drops. September still has a great average of 10 sunshine hours per day though, a two-hour drop since August, but still two hours more than October and November. Together with April, September is the fifth-sunniest month of the year.
Besides cloud cover, there's another reason for the decrease in sunshine: the shortening of the days. A decrease of 1.21 hours of daylight is observed throughout the month, meaning the every day in September is 2.7 minutes shorter than the day before. September 1st is the longest day of the month with 13.07 hours of daylight. September 30th is the shortest day with 11.46 daylight hours.
September is a great time of year to visit Lloret de Mar if you want to enjoy warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine without the bustling crowds that the summer months attract.
Lloret De Mar Hotels in September
The Alba Seleqtta Hotel Spa & Resort is a four-star hotel in the heart of Lloret. This good-looking and well-equipped hotel has 180 rooms, 7 junior suites and 1 suite. All rooms and suites feature a balcony with views, Wi-Fi, HD TV, mini-bar, bathroom and air-conditioning. Other amenities include a 24-hour reception, a restaurant with show cooking and themed dinners, a bar and a café, a wellness centre, an outdoor pool and terrace, lounge, kids club, business centre and daily entertainment.
If you want to indulge in luxury, you may want to take a look at Hotel Guitart Monterrey. This five-star complex also includes the Gran Casino Costa Brava; the Freu gourmet restaurant; the Club Prince musical club; an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by sunloungers and lawns; and a large spa and wellness centre with saunas, pools and Jaccuzis. All rooms and suites are equipped with all modern amenities, including a sea or garden view.
Lloret De Mar Beach for September
September may be the last month of the year that allows comfortable sunbathing and swimming. Cala Boadella, also known as Sa Boadella, is located near the Santa Clotilde Gardens and can be reached from the resort's centre on foot in only 25 minutes. This cozy beach is sheltered by cliffs and forests. It's a peaceful beach and very popular among tourists; it is, however, useful to know that it is also a naturist beach. Facilities include a car park, a few restaurants, a small bar and showers.
Bars and Restaurants
Ca L'amic is located in the heart of the resort and only a few steps from the beach. This great restaurant serves classic Mediterranean food in a classy and modern dining room. The menu consists of tapas, such as croquettes, breads, cheeses and sausages; carpaccios and soups; several starters; pasta and rice dishes; seafood and meat; and mouth-watering desserts.
Restaurant Pez Colorao is one of the better seafood and fish restaurants in Lloret. The menu is made up of all kinds of seafood, such as prawns, shellfish and fish, and you can choose how it's cooked: grilled, in a wood oven or in a stew. Besides dining in the restaurant, there is also a take-out service.
Things to do in Lloret De Mar in September
A major highlight in the region is Sant Pere del Bosc, a magnificent sanctuary that dates back to the 10th century. It is located only five kilometres from the town centre and used to belong to a fishermen's guild. The monastery's long history is filled with renovations. The modern history of the place began in 1860 when it was purchased by the indiano Nicolau Font, who had become extremely wealthy in the New World. He completely transformed the estate and its surroundings, making it the most majestic in Lloret de Mar. The building remained a monastery though, and Mr. Font had it arranged that he could hear mass without getting out of bed! This beautiful building should be high on your list of things to see and do on the Costa Brava.
People who are looking for more action should definitely check out the activities on offer by Lloret Activa. Their activities range from tree-top circuits and horseback riding to 4WD safaris and paintball. Another thrilling activity that will certainly give you an adrenaline rush is bungee jumping. This can be done through the company Parc Factory.
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