Seville Weather April Averages, Spain
What's the Weather like in Seville in April
Sunshine Hours / Rain
April brings eight hours of sunshine each day to Seville. There is still a fair amount of rain in the city, with generally 57 mm of rainfall over the course of seven days. However, this usually occurs as a quick shower.
The temperatures during the day in Seville range between 11°C and 24 °C, However, the daily average temperature for Seville during April is around 18 °C, which is a great temperature for many tourists as it's warm but not overly hot. The humidity should be around 58% but you shouldn't feel any discomfort or fatigue at this time of year. The highest ever recorded temperature in April for Seville is 36 °C with the lowest being 3°C, though temperatures are normally around the high teens and low twenties.
The average sea temperature in April is somewhere around 17°C which is cool, however, most may find it a quick dip in the ocean very refreshing.
Seville Hotels in April
Puerta del Principe
Seville has a wide range of welcoming accommodation options for those visiting the area. In the heart of the city, in the old town of Seville is Puerta del Principe. This luxurious and friendly hotel has a range of amenities, including solarium, bicycle rental and free Wi-Fi. Each apartment contains either two to four bedrooms and two, three, or four bathrooms. A spacious living area contains dining equipment, flat screen television and a sofa. The kitchen comprises dishwasher, coffee machine and oven.
Situated close to bars, restaurants and shops, the hotel is in the ideal location. The modern, luxurious interiors will suit a variety of guests, from couples to groups and families.
Apartamentos Tempa Museo
Another great hotel is the Apartamentos Tempa Museo. Also located in the old town of Seville, this accommodation offers forty apartments with living area, kitchen and private bathroom. A heated pool and hot tub are ideal for a little rest and relaxation. Apartments have one to four bedrooms and some have a private terrace. A vending machine is offered for snacks, however, there are several restaurants close by for you to grab something to eat or drink. Each room in the complex is elegantly decorated and furnished to provide modern and comfortable accommodation for those of all ages.
Bars and Restaurants
Bar Restaurante Eslava
If you're searching for something to eat then try Bar Restaurante Eslava. This popular establishment serves a range of cuisine from pork ribs to strudel. The friendly atmosphere and modern tapas bar also serves wine and beer, so you can stay until late in the evening. With quick service and decent prices, this bar and restaurant becomes extremely busy so it's best to arrive earlier in the evening if you're planning on getting something to eat.
Things to do in Seville in April
Jerez and Cadiz Day Trip
If you're searching for activities in Seville then start with a sightseeing trip of the area. If you're interested in horse and culture then take the Jerez and Cadiz Day Trip from Seville. This 10 hour trip includes a day trip to the city of Jerez, where you'll be able to enjoy wine tasting and an equestrian show at the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art. You'll also visit El Puerto de Santa Maria, where you can travel via boat to Cadiz.
Parque de Maria Luisa
If the weather is dry then take a relaxing trip to the Parque de Maria Luisa. Here, you can take a stroll through the luscious greenery, take photographs of the picturesque views or explore the fountains and fauna. If you want to keep the children entertained then why not hire a boat for just five euros and unwind around the canal. The Museo Arqueologico features Roman sculptures, statues and treasures. You'll also find the Museo de Artes y Costumbres Populares here, which exhibits beautiful ceramic tiles. If you prefer, you can feed the doves or rent a quad bike for four people.
Dates to note
Semana Santa (Holy Week)
April tends to be dominated by the various Holy days around Easter and the celebrations that go with them. Semana Santa (Holy Week) in Seville is one of the most famous in the world. People spend months preparing for solemn, with beautiful and mesmerising daily processions with incense, floats and music.
Semana Santa (Holy Week)
After Easter, the arrives and is a celebration of all things Andalucian. Manzanilla sherry is drunk at flamenco shows and parties that continue early into the morning! Bullfighting is also a large part of Andalucian tradition and there are many shows if want to watch them. However, you may prefer other traditions instead.