Valencia Weather July Averages, Spain
Valencia is Spain's third largest city and is situated on the south eastern coast of Spain, the Costa del Azahar. As a result of its location, the port city experiences a typical Mediterranean and subtropical climate all year round, with hot, dry summers and cool winters.
The beautiful summer weather continues all the way through July, attracting holiday makers who are looking for some sunshine and hot temperatures. The temperatures are almost at their peak for the year, there is a minimal expectation of rain and there is plenty of sunshine. As it is right in the middle of peak tourist season, visitors should expect a busy and bustling atmosphere in Valencia this month.
Whats the weather like in Valencia in July
The average daily temperature in Valencia in July is 24°C which can reach an average high of 29°C on the hottest days of the month. Temperatures do drop on an evening in Valencia, but it never gets too cold in July; the average minimum temperature is a mild 19°C. Light clothes and beach wear will be all you need to pack.
July is the best month for sun worshippers to visit Valencia as it's the sunniest month of the year. Valencia sees on average 13 hours of sunshine per day in July. For this reason, many holiday makers head straight for Valencia's beautiful beaches to soak up the rays and get a tan. July is also a great time to swim in the sea or take part in some water sports, as the waters around Valencia have warmed up considerably.
July is also the driest month of the year in Valencia, with a minimal amount of rainfall during the month. The average amount of precipitation is just 11mm and there's only a 9% chance of rainfall throughout the whole month, so you're almost guaranteed dry weather in Valencia in July.
Valencia Hotels for July
With hundreds of hotels to choose from, Valencia offers accommodation to suit every traveller.
The TRYP Oceanic Hotel benefits from having its own outdoor pool and sun terrace which makes it a great place to stay in the hot month of July. The hotel is ideally located overlooking Valencia's City of Arts and Sciences while the beach is just a 10-minute bus ride away and the city's historic centre is within 1.9 miles. Guests can also enjoy the on-site Mediterranean restaurant and the poolside snack bar.
Closer to the coast, Hotel Gabbana Beach sits next to the harbour overlooking Valencia's Las Arenas Beach, making it a great choice for those who want to spend the majority of their time sunbathing. This stylish hotel is conveniently surrounded by bars, restaurants and shops.
Valencia Beaches in July
One of the most popular things to do in July in Valencia in visit the regions stunning beaches. With warm temperatures and sunshine, July provides the perfect weather for sunbathing and water sports, such as scuba diving, windsurfing, sailing and kitesurfing. The chances are you won't want to leave Valencia's golden shores on your trip.The average temperature of the sea in Valencia in July is 24°C.
One of Valencia's most beautiful beaches is La Malvarrosa beach located in the north of the region between the towns of Calle Acequia de la and Alboraya. The Blue Flag beach is covered in fine golden sand and is over 1km long. Although the beach is relatively unspoiled, there is a promenade backing it where holiday makers can find everything they need including cafés, restaurants and shops.
Bars and Restaurants
Valencia is well known for its flourishing restaurant scene. Visitors can find everything here, from modern fare to traditional Spanish cuisine made with fresh local ingredients.
For an amazing culinary experience don't go to Valencia without trying RiFF Restaurant. This fine dining, Michelin star-rated establishment is run by famous German chef Bernd Knöller and serves Mediterranean cuisine that's cooked and presented perfectly. RiFF Restaurant is a great venue for a special evening out in Valencia.
Located in the Plaza Joan de Vila-Rasa, La Casa di Sophia is a perfect spot for lunch or dinner in the centre of Valencia. The bistro is beautifully decorated inside and has a casual and friendly atmosphere. Guests can enjoy an array of Italian, French and Spanish dishes and the menu features a great choice for vegetarian diners.
If you're looking for a great place to dine near the beach in Valencia, the harbour area has an array of cafés and restaurants to choose from. Arribar Restaurant sits on the harbour itself and overlooks the sea for stunning views with dinner. The Mediterranean restaurant has a menu full of delightful dishes, including Valencia's famous paella which was invented in the region.
Things to do in Valencia in July
If the nights are your priority, Valencia is known for its fantastic nightlife. There are a large number of clubs in the city such as Mya, La Posada de las Animas and Noise, which offer a great time for every night of the week.
For something a little more family-friendly, the Feria de Julio, or July Fair, is a huge festival that is held at various venues across the city. The festivities include a fair, the 'Battle of the Flowers', concerts, fireworks and traditional Spanish bull fights which visitors can enjoy alongside locals. These events are held throughout the month so whenever you visit, you should be able to see something fun.
The Certamen Internacional de Bandas de Música (International Contest of Bands) is another must-see local event held in July. This historical event that spreads past Valencia includes festivities in the city as well as neighbouring towns and villages.
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