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Meloneras Weather in September, Spain

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What's the Weather Like in Meloneras in September


We are coming to a slow end of the hot summer months, but there is plenty of life left in September yet. This is the joint hottest month of the year with August and has an average daily temperature of 24°C, with highs and lows that go from 26°C to 21°C, warm temperatures will experienced all day. It is almost identical to the weather that you will see in August, with the exception of the fact that there is a slight change in the rainfall figures.


Where less than a millimetre of rain fell last month, you will now be looking at 9mm on average. That's quite a big difference! Only around three days will see rain, but this does mean that there will be around 3mm each time. Make sure that you pay attention to the weather forecast when you plan your week out, because you will want to keep your main outdoor activities for the days when there is no chance of rain. Meloneras never sees a great deal of rain, but there is a difference between a little and none at all.

Sea Temperature

The average sea temperature, meanwhile, reaches its peak at 23°C, so if you are a keen swimmer or just really want to get your feet in the water, now is the perfect time to do so.


10 hours of sunshine is a step down from the average daily levels in the previous months, but it still provides plenty of time to get out and explore. You can visit lots of nearby resorts which have similar weather for a day trip Amadores, just up the coast, offers similar weather with just a little more rainfall. All you need to do is to stay ahead of the forecasted rain when planning an outing in order to experience the best possible weather throughout your holiday.

Hotels in Meloneras in September

Caybeach Meloneras

The Caybeach Meloneras complex allows you to go self-catered, which may be a great option for those who have specific dietary requirements and therefore don't want to go all-inclusive. There are several pools, Wi-Fi is available at extra charge, and the rooms are small but comfortable. This is a fantastic budget option for those who don't want to splash out.

Lopesan Baobab Resort

With the heat of September, the beach will be a key destination for you. The Lopesan Baobab Resort actually has its own artificial beach as well as the real one close by! It is done out in an African theme and covers a huge area, with subtropical gardens, water gardens, and African huts completing the look. Restaurants and cafes on-site will offer you everything you need during your stay.

Bahia Meloneras Bungalows

The Bahia Meloneras Bungalows offer a home-stay experience with a fully furnished apartment or villa for you to stay in. You can enjoy your own private garden area, and choose a villa based on the number of bedrooms and bathrooms that you need. This is a great way to have a more independent style holiday.

Hit the Beach

Playa Meloneras

We have already mentioned that the sea temperature will peak at 23°C this month, with highs even above that. So what better time than to head to the beach right next to this resort? Playa Meloneras is a section of golden sand which offers everything you would expect: water sports, room to sunbathe or swim, a few food and shopping outlets along the side of the shore, and a gorgeous sun to lay underneath.

Here there is a little less wind than at other local beaches, thanks to its sheltered location. It does not get crowded here often, even in peak times like this, so you can get your spot easily without having to get up early. The main highlight has to be the lighthouse, which stretches up above the beach and warns all ships to stay away. It's a great landmark to admire while you sit in the sun.

Bars and Restaurants

Grand Italia

If you fancy Italian food, try the Grand Italia. Here you will find a full menu of pizza, pasta, and other traditional dishes, as well as a bakery area where you can pick up freshly-made cakes and pastries to take back to the hotel with you. They even have an ice cream bar where you can pick up some of their in-house gelato!

Sushi Mex

Sushi Mex offers a very interesting idea: a fusion of Japanese and Mexican food. This is not your typical sushi! With modern design and a very interesting take on the dishes which come out of two separate kitchens, each representing their own cuisine this is the kind of place you really have to try for yourself.

The 19th Hole

The 19th Hole often becomes a home away from home for British citizens, as it is a lively pub and sports bar with live entertainment all presented in English. Football and rugby matches are shown on the television, and they provide a huge range of drinks including beers and cocktails. It's a great night out whether there's sports to watch or not.

Things to Do in Meloneras in September

Camello Safari Duna Oasis

The hot September weather provides the perfect reason to head out on the sand but maybe not in the way that you expect. The Camello Safari Duna Oasis provides you with the chance to ride camels on a safari over the famous local sand dunes! What more needs to be said? This has to be worth a try!

Canarias Gay

Those who consider themselves to be LGBTQ can enjoy Canarias Gay, a day of sailing out on a beautiful boat that will allow you to explore the coast of the island. Drinks and traditional Canarian food are provided, with an experienced captain and enough room for eight guests.

Let's Go Diving

There's also the chance to explore the underwater world with Let's Go Diving. You will be taken out to a dive site on a boat and then helped into the water to dive, whether it is your first experience or not. You can even bring along people who just want to enjoy the ride, as they are able to sit on the boat and wait.