Seville Weather September Averages, Spain
What's the Weather like in Seville in September
In September, Seville normally receives at least 9 hours of sunshine per day. It generally starts to feel slightly cooler but the weather is still incredible for tourists.
The daily average temperature for Seville in September is usually around 25 °C and it's still very warm, despite the odd chance of a very light shower here or there. Those who wish to go on holiday when the school holidays are over will still be able to enjoy all the attractions that the city has to offer. The highest ever recorded temperature in September for Seville is 42 °C with the lowest being 11°C. However, temperatures are generally consistent with the averages for each month.
The average sea temperature in September is around 23°C which feels more than adequate to take a swim to relax or cool off from the heat.
The average humidity for the resort is around 56%, so it's fairly humid and its best to avoid spending long periods in the sun. Also, ensure that you're keeping hydrated by drinking lots of fluids and apply a high SPF to protect your skin from the sun as heatstroke and fatigue can occur at this time of year.
Seville Hotels in September
Hotel Casa 1800 Sevilla
There are a number of great hotels in Seville at a range of prices to suit all budgets. The Hotel Casa 1800 Sevilla is a four star residence with hotel rooms boasting satellite television, free mineral water, private bathroom and free Wi-Fi. The hotel has several facilities for guests to enjoy, with a rooftop swimming pool and terrace, bike hire and elegant décor to suit all tastes. Located in the old town area of Seville, the restored 19th century mansion offers a relaxing and luxurious stay for guest of all ages.
Bars and Restaurants
If you want to experience local cuisine then take a wander to Luso Tapas. Here, you'll find affordable and tasty dishes on offer. The Portuguese twist on a local delicacy is pretty popular and you might want to head here in the evening, before visiting a bar or two.
If you fancy combining your meal with a few drinks then Bar Europa is the best option for you. Serving an interesting selection of dishes, this establishment is open until late in the evening and has been a local figure on the map since 1925.
Things to do in Seville in September
Plaza del Salvador
Seville is a beautiful city with many sights for tourists to explore. One of the incredible sights to see is the Plaza del Salvador. Featuring a stunning baroque church, which is thought to date back somewhere between 1674 and 1712, this amazing piece of architecture contains stained glass windows to emphasise its natural beauty. On the plaza, you'll also find a range of bars and restaurants. It's also the perfect place to take a stroll and capture some of the scenic views on camera.
Cordoba Day Trip
If you would prefer to gain some knowledge on the local history and culture then a sightseeing trip is a must do. The Cordoba day trip from Seville allows you to experience some of the Cordoba province, which is rich in Jewish, Christian and Muslim history. The hour and a half trip delves into the culture of the city, stopping off to explore the local synagogue, streets rich in medieval history and whitewashed houses in the area.
A professional tour guide takes you around the town to visit the local craft shops, view idyllic landscapes and see the Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos. With several monuments, towers and wonderful architecture, this tour is highly recommended for those who want to immerse themselves with everything Spain has to offer.
Dates to note
Feria de Pedro Romero Bull Fighting
There are plenty of fiestas taking place this month in Seville. Feria de Pedro Romero in nearby Ronda celebrates the founder of bullfighting. There is a lively procession through the streets, where people dress up in traditional bullfighting costumes. This culminates in a bullfight in the main plaza - this part of the fiesta may be one to avoid if you don't have a strong stomach!
Moros y Cristianos
Moros y Cristianos is commemorated all over Spain. This celebrates the moorish conquest and subsequent reconquest by the Christians and there are processions with Arabs in full traditional costume, as well as lively battle re-enactments.
Fiesta de la Vendimia
For wine lovers, the Fiesta de la Vendimia celebrates the first grape harvest of the season and is one of the oldest of its kind in Spain.