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Los Gigantes Weather in September, Spain

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What's The Weather Like In Los Gigantes In September


Along with August, September is usually the hottest month of the year for Los GigantesTenerife. At this time of year, the average temperature for the resort is 24°C, created by highs of 28°C during the daytime and lows of 20°C after dark. The highest temperature ever registered in Los Gigantes in September is 42°C, whilst the lowest temperature ever recorded in the resort at this time of year is 16°C.

Temperatures tend to gradually get cooler in Los Gigantes as the month progresses, making the first week in September the best time to visit if you want to experience the resort when temperatures are at their highest.

Regardless, whichever week you decide to visit Los Gigantes, you'll need to take beachwear, sunglasses and suntan lotion with you to protect you from the sun during the daytime, as well as light and airy evening wear to keep you cool on a night.

If you're not a fan of the heat, forget about holidaying in Los Gigantes in September and plan your trip for June or October instead, when temperatures are pleasantly mild.


Throughout September, Los Gigantes receives an average of 3mm/0 inches of rainfall which is divided between an average of two rainy days that's a small increase compared to the previous month. With such a small amount of rainfall occurring on so few days during this month, chances are your holiday in September won't be affected by precipitation at all.

The probability of rainfall making an appearance in Los Gigantes steadily increases as the month develops, making the beginning of the month the best time to visit if you don't want to risk rainfall ruining your holiday. If you're unlucky enough to get some of the wet stuff during your holiday in Los Gigantes, it will most likely be drizzle (which occurs on 33% of days with rainfall), light rain (32%) and moderate rain (27%).

Sunshine Hours

During an average September, Los Gigantes enjoys an average of 11 hours of daily sunshine that's one hour less every day than last month which, along with an average relative humidity of 70% and high temperatures, makes this month a great time for travellers who love the heat and sunshine to visit.

Sea Temperature

The average sea temperature for the waters surrounding Los Gigantes is 24°C in September that's 1°C warmer than last month which is definitely warm enough to go swimming-


The resort is hardly affected by any strong winds at all throughout the year and September is no exception. During this month, the average wind speed for Los Gigantes is 19 km/h that's 3 km/h less than in August with the maximum sustained wind speed registered in recent times being 63 km/h.

Los Gigantes Hotels In September

La Vista

If you'd like to stay in a private rental during your holiday in Los Gigantes, consider La Vista. This modern one-bedroom apartment is only a five minute walk away from shops, supermarkets, cafes, bars, restaurants and tennis courts and can sleep up to three guests. The apartment includes one bedroom with double bed, one lounge with sofa bed, one bathroom, one lounge with satellite TV, fully-equipped kitchen, WiFi access, balcony with barbecue facilities and complimentary parking. Although there is no swimming pool within the complex, the beach is only a short walk away.

Apartamento Nicole

Apartamento Nicole is another option when it comes to private rentals in Los Gigantes. Situated just a short walk away from the marina and the beach, this apartment is made up of one bedroom with two twin beds, lounge with TV, fully equipped kitchen, bathroom with shower and hot tub, WiFi access and balcony with views down to the marina. Although there are no services or facilities available within the complex, bars and restaurants are just a three-minute walk away from the apartment with the beach and manmade swimming pools found just a little further on.

Bars And Restaurants

Wine Bar and Terrace

If top quality food, fine wine and great live entertainment sound like a fun night out, spend a few hours at the Wine Bar and Terrace. This restaurant boasts panoramic sea views from its outside terrace and is known for its live entertainment which takes the form of tribute acts and local singers. The menu features international dishes with some British classics, such as roast dinners and battered fish, and there is a wide selection of wines from around the world to choose from.

Karl & Val Gourmet

When it comes to cheap drinks in Los Gigantes, it's tough to beat Karl & Val Gourmet. Here you'll find a selection of beers and wines both of which are very affordable plus a range of freshly-made cocktails, such as mojitos, cava-based cocktails and caiprinas, which are a bit pricier. The menu features Spanish, Belgian and French-inspired bistro food, with items such as triple-cooked chips, chicken kebabs, cured ham, Iberian pork, foie gras and locally-sourced prawns.

Things To Do In Los Gigantes In September 

Club Sail Tenerife

If you'd like to learn how to sail a boat, sign up for a course with Club Sail Tenerife. This international yacht training centre is based in the Los Gigantes harbour and offers professional and leisurely yachting courses. Fast-track, sailing, powerboat, theory and ICC courses are all available, so whether you want to become a qualified captain or jut have some fun during your holiday in Los Gigantes Club Sail Tenerife has got it covered. The training centre also offers sailing, powerboat and fishing boat charters for those who just want to enjoy a boat ride.

Jet Ski Safari

For something more exciting, sign up for a jet ski safari. Also based in the Los Gigantes harbour, this excursion sees you climb on board your own personal jet ski and follow your guide on a unique type of water safari. Three itineraries are available: a non-stop one-hour trip which goes for 60km, a two-hour 60km trip which stops at Masca, some water caves and Teno, and a two-hour sunset watching trip which includes champagne. If you don't want to rise solo, you and your companion can ride together.