July Weather Averages for Tenerife

What's the Weather Like in Tenerife in July

Temperature and Rain

July marks the beginning of the summer season in Tenerife, Canary Islands, when the weather starts to get very warm and rain is practically unheard of. During this month, the average temperature is 21°C, created by highs of 25°C during the day and lows of 18°C after dark. The chance of rain is miniscule, with the average rainfall only 1mm for the whole month.

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  • Temperature Temperature 23°C 73°F
  • High Temperature Holiday Weather 27°C 81°F
  • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 19°C 66°F
  • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 10 hrs
  • Rainfall Rainfall 2 mm
  • Rainfall days Rainfall days 1 days
  • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 22°C 72°F

July Daily Averages for Tenerife

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What's the Weather Like in Tenerife in July

Temperature and Rain

July marks the beginning of the summer season in TenerifeCanary Islands, when the weather starts to get very warm and rain is practically unheard of. During this month, the average temperature is 21°C, created by highs of 25°C during the day and lows of 18°C after dark. The chance of rain is miniscule, with the average rainfall only 1mm for the whole month.

Average Sunshine Hours and Sea Temperature

With an average of 11 sunshine hours each day, July is the sunniest month of the year and also has one of the warmest average sea temperatures, at 22°C.

Tenerife Hotels in July

When it comes to accommodation, Royal Sunset Beach Club in Adeje is a great place to stay for families and couples during their holiday in Tenerife. Surrounded by bars, restaurants, shops and cafes, this complex features daytime and evening entertainment, fitness centre, games room, snack bars and a sauna.

In Playa de Las AmericasParque Cristobal Tenerife is made up of a number of one- and two-bedroom bungalows close to the beach. There are many amenities, including swimming pools, restaurants, gym and wellness centre.

In the north of the island, Beatriz Atlantis & Spa Hotel in Puerto de la Cruz is a popular choice for couples and families. Facilities are extensive and include 24-hour reception, swimming pools, restaurant bar, kids' club private parking and spa. Also in the resort, Catalonia Las Vegas is another great hotel, close to the sea and the Martiánez swimming pools. Here guests can enjoy bars, beauty services, car hire, swimming pool and air conditioning.

H10 Big Sur Boutique Hotel offers guests a peaceful and relaxing holiday, due to the fact that this hotel is aimed at people above the age of 18. Guests can enjoy a relaxing sea view terrace, outdoor jacuzzi, a pool and table tennis. All rooms cater for a truly comfortable stay, with all essentials provided. The hotel also provides a variety of bars and dining options.

Tenerife Beach for July

If you're looking for a somewhere lively to spend the day by the beach, head to Playa de Los Cristianos. Situated in the holiday resort of Los Cristianos, this beach is sheltered by a small harbour, making the sea ideal for children to swim in. There are loads of facilities available, including sun loungers, parasols, changing rooms, showers, toilets and lifeguards. Lining the promenade along the beach, you'll find a huge selection of restaurants, cafes, bars, shops and ice cream parlours, ideal for wandering around if the sun gets too much for you.

Surfers will be happy to hear that there are a number of beaches ideal for practicing the sport in Tenerife. Playa de Benijo in Santa Cruz is a black sandy beach which can only be accessed by a drive through zigzagging mountain roads. You won't find many amenities here – with the exception of one small beach kiosk – but the giant waves make it a popular spot for surfers.

Bars and Restaurants

Restaurant 88 in La Caleta is one of the best places on the island for fresh sushi. Situated on the sea front, this eatery offers fantastic views, alongside an extensive Oriental menu. Visitors can choose to dine inside in the shade or outside on the sunny terrace as they enjoy traditional and authentic dishes.

Another popular restaurant in the south of the island is Casa Tres Tenerife located in Torviscas. This family-run restaurant offers a comprehensive menu with a great choice of starters, mains and desserts. Don't miss the stunning, homemade paella here, with punchy, traditional flavours. Every Sunday evening a special set menu is available and reservations are strongly recommended.

If you feel like a late-night drink, head to Taboo's Nightclub in Golf del Sur. The only club in the resort, this club is the perfect place to enjoy a cocktail and hit the dance floor. There is a great family-atmosphere on a Sunday afternoon when the chill out session is held, with loads of local live bands performing.

Harvey's Bar in Los Cristianos is a family-friendly bar, with plenty of things to keep the whole family amused. Open from 9am until late, this bar has nightly karaoke sessions and shows all live sporting events on five large screen TVs. Weekly acts are also shown, including the popular Mister Sister drag performance.

Things to do in Tenerife in July

A holiday in Tenerife isn't complete without a trip to Teide National Park. At 3,718m tall, Teide is the highest peak in Spain and the third tallest volcano in the world. July is a great time to visit this park, which can sometimes be closed in the winter months due to snowy weather. There are several excursions available from companies throughout the island who pick travellers up from their hotel and transport them to the Teide National Park. The drive up to the peak passes through several pine forests and traditional villages which make the journey alone worth it. When you arrive at the park you'll have the chance to take a cable car to the peak of the volcano, providing it's not closed due to high winds.

The Lago Martianez swimming pools in Puerto de la Cruz are a great place for the whole family to spend a sunny afternoon in Tenerife. Open every day from 10am until 6pm in winter and from 10am until 7am during summer, this attraction is made up of seven swimming pools, including a large lake and several children's pools. There is also a low-cost restaurant, kiosk and a number of bars. After dark, Lago Martianez is transformed into one of the hottest nightspots in the north, complete with the town's casino located under the lake.

July events in Tenerife

Astronomy

Blue Moon

1st July 2018 to 31st July 2018

A blue moon is commonly known as the second of two full moons in a calendar month, however on unpredictable occasions certain particles can pass infront of the moon and make it appear blue in colour. Although this is rare, Tenerife certainly would be the ideal spot to see a blue moon, due to its famously clear skies.

Website:

http://earthsky.org/space/when-is-the-next-blue-moon

Festival

Romeria de San Roque

1st July 2018 to 31st July 2018

This festival is in honour of San Roque, a Saint to whom the locals prayed during a plague during the seventeenth century and includes a procession of carts through the town with animals. Romeria de San Roque is another traditional event held in August in Garachico. During this festival, the local villagers celebrate their heritage by dressing up in authentic Canarian clothes and driving oxen- and horse-pulled wooden carts through the street. The atmosphere is very family-friendly and there is plenty of traditional food and drink going around. Live Canarian bands also perform on a small stage in the middle of the town’s plaza.

Website:

http://www.realtenerifeislanddrives.com/San%20Roque.html

Virgin del Carmen

16th July 2018

In July, Puerto de la Cruz comes to life with the Virgen del Carmen fiesta around the 16th. These celebrations include a procession down to the town’s harbour, where a giant statue of the ‘Virgen’ is placed on a small fishing boat next to a figure of St Elmo – the Spanish and Portuguese patron saint of mariners – and taken on a trip around the bay. The Virgen del Carmen fiesta attracts thousands of people from all over the island who take part in the water fights and harbour swimming that make this fiesta one of the best of the year.

Website:

http://www.webtenerife.com/actividades/cultura/fiestas/fiestas+de+la+virgen+del+carmen.htm

Historical

Battle of Santa Cruz

25th July 2018

The Battle of Santa Cruz de Tenerife was a historic assault by the British on the port of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. The battle was launched by Rear-Admiral Nelson on July 22nd 1797 until the British were defeated only three days later. To commemorate this remarkable event in Canarian history a re-enactment of Nelson's defeat is celebrated every year on the 25 July at the Castillo de San Juan Bautista.

Website:

http://militaryhistory.about.com/od/navalbattles1800s/p/tenerife.htm

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