Salou Weather April Averages, Spain

    • Temperature Temperature 14°C 57°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 18°C 64°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 10°C 50°F
    • Day Temperature Day Temperature 15°C 59°F
    • Night Temperature Night Temperature 13.9°C 57°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 8 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 21 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 10 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 14°C 57°F

    Salou Weather for April 2020

    What's the Weather Like in Salou in April


    Salou in Spain has very pleasant weather during April. If you're looking for a place to enjoy the spring, Salou is a great choice. Daytime average temperatures reach a high of 18°C (64°F) and only fall to 10°C (50°F) at night with an average temperature of 14°C (57°F) making it a lovely time to visit.

    The highest recorded temperature in April (1997) has been about 27°C (82°F), with the lowest recorded temperature (2003) at 1°C (35°F). The weather holds at about 17°C from the beginning of the month into the second week. The warm weather continues to increase into the month reaching 18°C by the third week and rising to around 20°C by the end of the month. The weather for April provides long stretches of sunny days sometimes up to 20 days strait with barely a cloud in the sky. You may see some rain in the beginning of the month and the last few days of the month, as well.


    You can expect seven bright hours of sunshine a day and an average of 10 rainy days for the month. The average monthly amount of precipitation in April has been recorded at around 21mm.

    Sea Temperature

    The sea temperature climbs just a bit from the previous months to 14°C (57°F) which is certainly warm enough for the adventurers who want to enjoy surfing, snorkeling and jet skiing, as well as those who just want to feel the cool spray as they walk the beach. Pack your wetsuit and enjoy the waves. 


    Humidity stays between 40 and 70% for the first three weeks of April, but you can expect it to be in the 80s and 90s by the end of the month. The daily average for April is around 61%, making it quite nice.


    The average daily wind speed in April has been around 14 km/h (that is equivalent to about 9 mph, or 8 knots). Wind speeds vary from 3-14 mph throughout the month and in recent years have sustained the maximum speed of 83 km/h, (that is equivalent of around 52 mph, or 45 knots).

    Hotels in Salou for April

    H10 Salou Princess

    The H10 Salou Princess is located next to the central Plaza de Europa, one of the city's main landmarks. Free Wi-Fi in the common areas and an internet corner (small charge) are a few of the amenities you'll enjoy at the H10 Salou Princess. Enjoy the comfort of bright rooms, a TV room, a gym and sauna, a sun terrace, and a full programme of entertainment for adults and children and get the most out of your holiday. The Tarraco buffet restaurant on site provides show cooking for all to enjoy.

    H10 Vintage Salou

    H10 Vintage Salou (formerly the H10 Europa Park) is also next to the central Plaza de Europa and close to the maritime promenade, as well. This hotel has been refurbished and elegantly designed by prestigious interior designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán. Among the services available are comfortable rooms, free Wi-fi in the hall area, an internet corner (additional charge), a gym and social room with TV, and massages and beauty treatments (additional charge). Adult and children entertainment programme's are available. When you get hungry, stop in to Les Vinyes buffet restaurant. This refurbished restaurant features show cooking and an outdoor terrace. Be sure to visit the refurbished Aqua Bar and new Azúcar Bar.

    Hit the beach

    Llarga Beach is perfect for anyone seeking a more secluded beach. Llarga is positioned far from the main tourist area and although it's quite a hike from the main beaches, the walk is part of the experience. Enjoy breathtaking views as you venture to Llarga beach; you'll know you've made it when you see golden sands and clean, clear water. There are great coves nearby and beautiful scenic night time views across the bay. Toilet facilities make it convenient, as well.

    Bars and Restaurants

    Linda's Bar

    Linda's Bar offers international food for families with children, large groups, and those dining on a budget. You can stop in for breakfast/brunch, dinner, or late night for a tasty meal served to you by a friendly English staff. Linda, herself, will be there working around the clock to provide a great meal for you while you enjoy free Wi-Fi. Linda's is a lovely café with wonderful food and drinks that are affordably priced.

    Uncle Sam's

    If you're looking for American food, Uncle Sam's is the place to visit. Enjoy traditional burgers, ribs, steaks and fries as well as many other options freshly prepared. Uncle Sam's offers homemade food in the heart of Salou where friendly staff will make sure you have the best dining experience possible.

    Things to do in Salou in April

    Museum of Reus

    A holiday in Salou can be about more than the beaches. A perfect attraction for the history lover is a visit to the Museum of Reus. Since 1934, the museum has strived to preserve the material heritage, knowledge and dissemination of the history of the city of Reus, as well as its neighbouring county. Showing the legacy of the past, the museum represents artwork and significant achievements that have shaped the city and helped it become the place it is today. Much of the artifacts featured can be attributed to physician and pre-historian, Salvador Vilaseca Anguera (1896-1975).

    The Xalet Bonet

    Another great indoor activity for those rainy April days in Salou is a trip to Xalet Bonet. The Xalet Bonet (or Xalet Voramar) was built by Ciríac Bonet in 1918. It was designed by architect Domènec Sugranyes i Gras who was a disciple and collaborator of Antoni Gaudí. The museum is a magnificent example of late modernism. The wall paintings in the interior rooms adorn the heroic departure of King Jaume I to the beaches of Salou for the conquest of Mallorca. The main façade of the building features a sundial with ceramic tiles and Neo-gothic letters, summarising a philosophy of life: 'aprofita el temps que passa i no torna' (take advantage of time, because it passes and never comes back).

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