What's the Weather like in Seville in October
Sunshine Hours / Rain
Towards the end of the year, the weather in Seville starts to become slightly milder. In October, the sun shines for at least 7 hours per day but brace yourself for rain as there are on average 6 days of rainfall during the month. Around 70mm of rain falls throughout October with temperatures generally settling between 14 °C and 26 °C.
The daily average temperature for Seville is normally around 20 °C and if you're someone who enjoys warm weather as opposed to scorching hot temperatures, you're sure to love the weather in October. It's still definitely shorts and t-shirt weather, though there is a chance of a shower. The highest ever recorded temperature in October for Seville is 36 °C with the lowest being 4°C. However, temperatures are generally consistent with the averages for each month.
The average sea temperature in October is normally around 21°C which is pleasant enough for most people to enjoy going for a splash or dip in the ocean.
The average humidity for the resort is around 65%, however, considering the cooler temperatures at this time of year, most people shouldn't feel any discomfort. Regardless of the slightly lower temperatures, most visitors will enjoy the warm weather, especially as it's warmer than many parts of Europe and the UK. Just ensure that you pack an umbrella or rain mac in case of any showers that might occur.
Seville Hotels in October
AT Villa Centro
There are a wide range of hotels to stay in when visiting Seville. AT Villa Centro in the old district of Seville offers 13 apartments complete with either 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms and a private bathroom. There is an equipped kitchen, spacious living area and free Wi-Fi. The apartments are close to several restaurants, bars and shops and this complex is pretty popular with tourists.
Puerta Catedral Boutique
The Puerta Catedral Boutique contains three stylish and elegant apartments complete with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, living area and satellite television. With a kitchen and free Wi-Fi, the complex offers a convenient location as it's located in the old town of Seville, close to a range of shops and restaurants. Its only 20 minutes away from the local metro station, which means its perfect for those who wish to explore the areas around the city.
Bars and Restaurants
Mercado Lonja del Barranco
If you're searching for some international food dishes then try the Mercado Lonja del Barranco. This relatively new food court contains a wide variety of stalls and dining areas. Whether you're looking for a snack or something a little heavier, you'll find it here. Stalls boasts food from burgers, pastries, sweet treats and fish to tapas and beer. Open from 10am until late, prices normally vary between five and twelve euros.
For traditional Spanish tapas, try Infantas. With bright interiors and local dishes, this friendly restaurant isn't overly cheap but prices are reasonable. If you don't want to try the tapas then you can choose a dish from the a la carte menu instead.
Things to do in Seville in October
Conjunto Monumental de la Cartjura
As Seville is a popular Spanish city, it's ideal for sightseeing excursions and adventures. Many love to spend time exploring the culture and history of the area. The Conjunto Monumental de la Cartjura is an interesting art gallery that was a monastery at one time. Now boasting modern prices of art, including statement artworks, this is the ideal place to visit if you want to learn a little more about the city, while viewing modern day visual presentations.
Ceramica Santa Ana
October is also a great month for visiting the local shops and markets. Ceramica Santa Ana features many beautiful tiles for you to view or purchase. It's been established for over 50 years and is open until evening during the week.
El Jueves Market
Alternatively, why not visit El Jueves Market? This market boasts everything from household goods to clothing and is the perfect place to grab a bargain. You could also purchase some souvenirs to take back to your friends and family.
Dates to note
Fiesta Del Vino (Wine Festival)
Wine lovers should not miss the Fiesta Del Vino (Wine Festival) in nearby Cadiar. This mountain festival features a very famous fountain of wine in the town plaza.
Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro
Culture vultures should head to the Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro in the last two weeks of October. Held in nearby Huelva, this celebrates Latin American theatre. There are also festivals in Jaen, near Granada, Fuengirola, on Costa del Sol, and San Pedro, near Marbella.
Romerina de Nuestra Senora de Valme
The Romerina de Nuestra Senora de Valme in Dos Hermanas, near Seville is a yearly religious pilgrimage.