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San Sebastian Weather in February, Spain

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  • What is Average Temperature?
    The average high temperature and the average low temperature for that month, on a daily basis, divided by 2 equals the average temperature for that month


  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    High Temperature

  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    Low Temperature

  • What is Average Sea Temperature?
    Average daily sea temperatures and divided by the number of days in the month. Sea Temperatures are taken from buoys, ships and even satellites can calculate sea temperature based on energy that is radiated from the sea's surface

    Sea Temperature

  • What are Average Daily Sunshine Hours?
    Total sunshine hours for the month, divided by the number of days in the month. Sunshine hours are taken with a sunshine recorder, either a Campbell-Stokes recorder or an Eppley Pyreheliometer

    Sunshine Hours

    4 hours
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years

    Rainfall Days

    12 days
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years


    130 mm

February, 2024

1 Avg 11º 52º
2 Avg 10º 50º
3 Avg 48º
4 Avg 46º
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7 Avg 46º
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9 Avg 45º
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12 Avg 48º
13 Avg 11º 52º
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Avg Historical Daily Average

What's the Weather like in San Sebastian in February


While many regions do not see that much of improvement in weather conditions from January to February, in San Sebastian the difference is notable.

February offers a much drier climate than the previous month. And though 130mm of rain is still expected to fall, this is a just over three quarters of what can be experienced in the month before. And as the number of days that are expected to have rain only falls from 13 to 12 days in the month, it means that, when rain does come, it is much lighter than the downpours that are more common earlier in the year.

February is considered the last month of winter in this Spanish coastal region. And with the start of spring also comes warmer weather. Average temperatures of 10°C ensure San Sebastian reaches double figures in February. And though average lows can see temperatures fall as low as 6°C during the night, daily highs of 13°C make this a far milder climate than most of Northern Europe.

Historically temperatures have reached as high as 25°C in the middle of February, with the hottest temperature experienced in February 1990. Conversely 1986 saw the temperature falling as low as minus 6°C, proving once again that the temperamental maritime weather is very hard to forecast.

Sunshine Hours

Statistically there is no change in the number of daily sunshine hours experienced in San Sebastian in February. However with eleven hours of sun expected every day, even when the weather is cooler, this is still a wonderful place to stay.

Average Sea Temperature

For beach goers, this is more of a time to walk across the beach, rather than soak up any lasting sun. And with sea temperatures dropping to their lowest annual temperature of just 12°C, only the very brave are daring enough to enter the water.

February in San Sebastian is a time of new beginnings and a transition from winter into spring. New buds, beautiful wildlife and fantastic views are on offer, but protection from the wind and the rain is essential.

San Sebastian Hotels in February

The Hotel Leku Eder is a very cost effective way to stay in San Sebastian in February. Though the amenities are basic, the rooms are spacious and exceptionally clean. And with a family welcome from the owners every day, everyone that stays at the Hotel Leku Eder feels at home. The views over the coastline are simply sensational and a bus arrives every 30 minutes to make the short trip into the centre. Alternatively take a 20 minute walk to the local beach. At Hotel Leku Eder you can enjoy the peace and quiet without ever being too far away.

Beach lovers especially will adore the location of the Pension Urkia. This small room only accommodation offers modern, spacious rooms to all of its guests and is situated just a few minutes' walk from the famous La Concha beach. Walk into the old town to experience some of the best tapas on offer in the region. Or treat yourself to some shopping at Saint Martin's market. The prices at Pension Urkia are exceptional and the staff are very welcoming. With such convenience, you will never want to stay anywhere else again.

Agriturismo Itulazabal is a wonderfully rustic country house. But thanks to its recent restoration, the amenities inside are completely up to date. 21 rooms in total ensure there is enough space for parties of all size. And each individual accommodation has a view to die for. Every room has heating facilities, for those cooler February nights. And there is even a chance to get involved with the agricultural facilities on site. It's the perfect way to add a touch of nature to your trip to the Costa Verde.

Bars and Restaurants

For fine Vegetarian and Pescatarian cuisine, you'd have to go a long way to find somewhere as good as Tedone Jatetxea, especially in February. Just don't be fooled by the laid back atmosphere of this bar/restaurant. Every effort is made to ensure that the dishes here are second to none. The helpful staff will provide in-depth translations of the menu and ensure any dietary requirements are fulfilled there is even an additional menu for those that want to eat meat. Every dish is full of flavour and completely delicious. Just make sure you leave room for some desert. The cheesecake at Tedone Jatetxea is like nothing you will have tasted before.

For incredible flavours and a great range of food, sit at the counter at Zazpi Bar-Restaurante and have an experience you will never want to forget. As soon as the doors open in the second half of February everyone wants to enjoy the tapas and pinxtos at Zazpi. Each dish is well cooked and deeply delicious, ensuring most customers will want to come back for more. There are hot dishes as well as the standard charcuterie. And a delicious mix of seafood and fresh fish available too. Try the mashed potatoes with scented sea on top or their infamous calamari. The service is exceptional and the prices are fair, ensuring a really good meal for everyone.

For a true slice of hop heaven, head on down to Never Stop, in the middle of San Sebastian. What the staff at Never Stop don't know about Spanish and European beers is simply not worth knowing. And their pretty genned up on international brews too. Situated just behind the cathedral in the main square, the variety of beers on offer at this slice of beer heaven is enough to make any hop lovers' mouth water. It's a place for connoisseurs and those that like a good flavour, with a whole lot of beer related chat too.

Things to do in San Sebastian in March

Take in the sights and sounds of the exceptional Iglesia de Santa Maria del Coro during your stay in San Sebastian. This 18th century Baroque style Christian church is beautiful inside and out, offering a combination of outstanding religious architecture and the chance to take some exceptional photographs. When the church was built it was intended to draw the attention of everyone around, and to this day it still does. But be warned, this church is still fully functional and if you arrive when a service is on, you will have to wait until it is finished to be able to gain entry.

The Albaola Sea Factory of the Basques  is a truly unique place to visit when staying in San Sebastian. This maritime museum showcases historical boat making processes and resurrects many of the long lost skills involved in this traditional art. See first-hand how the skilled craftsman are rebuilding the Nao San Juan whaling ship which was sunk in the nineteenth century. From choosing the raw materials to launching the finished product, the guided tour is incredibly informative. And when you're done, a quick trip to the neighbouring cider factory will give you time to contemplate all that you have seen and done.