Santa Susanna Weather August Averages, Spain
Average high temperatures in Santa Susanna in August are the same as those seen in July, showing that the fabulous weather carries on in this part of Spain.
What's The Weather Like In Santa Susanna In August
The sea temperature is at its highest point of any time in the year and with an average of 12 hours of daily sunshine to enjoy, it is easy to see why this resort is so popular with visitors from all over the world.
By mid-August, expect the sea temperature to reach up to 26°C ensuring every visitor is going to want to spend at least some time on the beach or sat by the side of a pool. And with average highs reaching 29°C, there is definitely going to be a lot of warm weather to enjoy.
Not only are the days very warm in August in Santa Susanna, the nights are equally as pleasant. Average lows of 17°C ensure this is a beautiful time to stay out all night and enjoy the wealth of after dark entertainment available in the region.
While August isn't quite so dry as July when it comes to average rainfall, with only 55mm of precipitation expected throughout the month, rain isn't usually a problem.
There is likely to be a light shower on approximately 9 days of the month. But the chances of a heavy rain spoiling any stay in August are very slim.
Average humidity levels are also very low for a coastal resort in Santa Susanna. Humidity usually measures approximately 66% during the month, offering a very comfortable environment for the wealth of tourists. And with both the Sea and the Pyrenees offering a cool refreshing breeze, some relief from the heat is always possible.
Even early fog is only ever slightly apparent on, at most, three days of the month ensuring the forecast for August in Santa Susanna is for long, hot, bright days and very pleasant nights.
Santa Susanna Hotels In August
Aqua Hotel Onabrava & Spa
The Aqua Hotel Onabrava & Spa is a very popular place for families to stay in Santa Susanna. With a central location that provides convenient access to the beaches, the restaurants and the cafes in the area, everything is very close at hand. But because of its popularity, if planning a trip to Santa Susanna in August, early booking is essential. This large hotel offers up to 350 rooms at any one time but they soon become full. There are a wealth of onsite facilities including a fully equipped wellness spa, a main pool, a children's pool and even a night club. A full schedule of activities and entertainment keep the guests busy day and night. And with kids clubs included within the centre, everyone will enjoy a fun-filled holiday.
Casa Feliu is not only a wonderfully welcoming B&B but it is also home to one of the most popular places to eat in Santa Susanna. With a combination of high quality amenities, a very welcoming atmosphere and great food, you really can't go wrong. This family run Bed and Breakfast offers a full meal service for both breakfast and dinner. And you can even eat at lunchtime for an extra charge. But, even in the peak August month, this type of accommodation offers outstanding value for money in a place that you really could call a home away from home.
Montseny Suites & Apartments
For an alterantive view of Santa Susanna, stay at the Montseny Suites & Apartments. This elegant accommodation is actually set in the Montseny Natural Park, just on the outskirts of Santa Susanna. But with its secluded position and tranquil nature it's the perfect accommodation when you want to get away from all the hubbub that August can bring. Every room is maintained to a very high standard and there are even family rooms located in the quieter part of the building to ensure no little ones are disturbed. Arrange activities including archery, bike riding or trekking from the comfort of your accommodation. It's a wonderful way to visit northern Spain without staying right at the beach.
Santa Susanna Beaches For August
Malgrat De Mar Beach
While Santa Susanna has three beautiful beaches within the region, just down the promenade you will find the much livelier town of Malgrat and the beautiful Malgrat de Mar beach. Very much like Llevante, this beach is pebbly. But it has a much livelier crowd and a younger clientele to ensure there is plenty going on. But if its sand you want, head down to Salou just past Barcelona. With its fine golden surface, it's what many beach lovers are looking for.
Bars And Restaurants
For delicious tapas and a wonderful place to sit back and relax, take a trip to La Bodega. The staff are friendly and there are always plenty of visitors to keep you entertained, especially on the warm nights of August. Take a coffee in La Bodega as you wait for the train which stops just over the road. Or come for a full meal. From steaks and seafood to delicious pizza, all can be washed down with a very substantial cocktail. Prices are good and portions are generous. After a hard day on the beach La Bodega is the ideal place to chill.
Though things never get too rowdy in Santa Susanna, when you want to just chill out and enjoy the views, the Maui Bar is the place to go. Day or night, the beautiful sofas, shaded terrace and fantastic staff ensure you always feel welcome. And with a freshly blended cocktail ready to order, what more could you possibly want. For families, the combination of great food, great music and incredible ice cream means there is something for everyone. And its situation on the beach is simply divine. The prices are good and the pipes are on offer. Just sit back, relax and let the Hawaiian spirit of the Maui Bar take control.
When you want to hit the clubs in Santa Susanna, your first stop has to be Shanti. Billed as the 'Best Nightclub in Santa Susanna', Shanti offers Indie, Club, Tech-House, Nu-disco, RnB and Dance music to name but a few. Great cocktails, cold beers and an atmosphere that will make you want to stay all night ensure no one feels out of place at Shanti. Two dance floors and an outdoor terrace offer the perfect combination of high energy entertainment and some time to chill. Look out for special theme nights and live music. It's the perfect place to free your soul.
Things To Do In Santa Susanna In August
August is the time for the Festa Major which sees the whole town getting involved. Usually held in the second week of August, this Town Festival is the source of all kinds of activities from children's entertainment and cultural events through to concerts, dances and all types of fun. If you stay on the main strip then you won't be able to avoid all the activity that this festival can create. But even as visitors, you will be encouraged to get involved. The celebrations will last well into the night most days of the festival making it a wonderful time to be in Santa Susanna.
When it's thrills that you want, the only place to go is to Port Aventura. This is Spain's biggest theme park and the ultimate destination for white knuckle rides. Throughout the five themed zones there are stomach lurching challenges and death defying rides such as the eight loop-the-loop Whoop ride that is sure to get the blood pumping. For people who like their activity a little more sedate, the spinning teacups, foaming rapids and submarine rider are ideal. There are shows, acrobats, cabarets and some fabulous shopping. Make sure you book online to get the best deals and get ahead of the crowds.