Seville Weather July Averages, Spain
What's the Weather like in Seville in July
In July, the sun normally shines for 12 hours per day as temperatures soar. Some people find it too hot in Seville at this time of year as the temperatures normally settle between 20 °C and 36 °C. It's also a very dry month as only 1mm of rain occurs.
The daily average temperature for Seville is usually around 28 °C and its peak tourist season in the city. The highest ever recorded temperature for July in Seville is a boiling hot 47 °C with the lowest being 13°C.
The average sea temperature is normally around 22°C which feels great for taking a splash or swim to cool off from the heat.
The average humidity for the resort is around 46% and it can feel humid and sticky due to the very high temperatures. Caution is advised as many can feel fatigued in the heat. It's best to avoid spending too much time in the sun and to apply a high SPF to protect your skin. Also ensure that you spend time indoors and drink lots of water to stay hydrated.
Seville Hotels in July
Gran Melia Colon
There are several stunning places to stay in Seville. The Gran Melia Colon offers five star accommodation to tourists and is situated in the heart of the city. Just ten minutes away from Seville Cathedral, this hotel boasts elegant rooms containing a private bathroom, automatic lighting, flat screen television and clarins toiletries for you to use to pamper yourself. This exquisite establishment has a 24 hour fitness centre, hot tub and sauna for you to relax in. If you prefer to relax with video games then you can rent a PlayStation or Wii from reception. The hotel restaurant serves traditional Spanish dishes and the cocktail lounge and café are also on hand to fulfil your needs.
Another hotel is the Hotel Alcantara. This small but friendly accommodation has Spanish charm and delightful décor that will appease all guests that stay here. Each room offers comfortable furnishings and staff give their upmost attention to everyone residing here. This 18th century building features a horse and cart entrance, central patio and stylish attributes that make this hotel a wonderful place to stay.
Bars and Restaurants
There are many incredible restaurants in Seville for you to encounter. If you fancy experiencing some Italian cuisine then visit L'Oca Guiliva. With a range of delicious Mediterranean food on offer from pasta to meat dishes, this professional and friendly restaurant is open until midnight.
For traditional tapas, take a visit to El Rinconcillo. One of Spain's oldest bars, which was established in 1670, this historic venue offers various tapas dishes and beverages for you to enjoy. Open until the early hours of the morning, you can enjoy a meal or arrive in the evening for a few drinks.
Things to do in Seville in July
AVE Train Tour
There is plenty to do in Seville at this time of year. A railway trip is the perfect way to get away from the heat for a while. The Rail Tour to Seville by AVE Train is a fifteen hour round trip to explore the sights of the city. Depart from Madrid and travel to Seville to meet your tour guide. You'll then explore the best sights of the city on a three hour tour. See the bullring, cathedral and the river.
Seville to Gibraltar
Alternatively, take a trip from Seville to Gibraltar. Take a coach to see Gibraltar and learn more about the city. Grab something to eat here and take in the views of the coastline. You'll also get to explore St. Michael's Cave and then observe the local monkeys. You'll also have some free time to go shopping or for a coffee.
Dates to note
Festival de la Guittara
For all you music lovers, the Festival de la Guittara takes place during the first two weeks of July and celebrates many different styles of guitar music, from classical to flamenco and contemporary.
Fiesta de la Virgen del Carmen
If you want a real taste of local culture, the Fiesta de la Virgen del Carmen, which takes place round the middle of the month sees many towns in Andalucia holding parades in which the centre pieces are statues of the Virgin Mary. Fiestas accompany this lively celebration and each town has slightly different traditions.
Santa Ana in Triana
Finally, in the final week of July there is (Night) of Santa Ana in Triana. This celebration has its origins as an 18th century pilgrimage, but in modern times takes the form of a procession that ends with a street event, with stalls selling regional foods and lots of singing and flamenco dancing.