Valencia Weather September Averages, Spain

    • Temperature Temperature 22°C 72°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 27°C 81°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 17°C 63°F
    • Day Temperature Day Temperature 23.1°C 74°F
    • Night Temperature Night Temperature 23.1°C 74°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 9 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 47 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 6 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 25°C 77°F

    Valencia Weather for September 2022

    What's the weather like in Valencia in September

    Located on the south eastern coast of Spain, Valencia is blessed with a typical Mediterranean climate.

    By September, the weather is beginning to take an autumnal turn. The temperatures have dropped slightly from those seen in July and August, but remain high, with plenty of sunny weather and clear skies.


    September's average temperature is around 22°C but is warmer at the start of the month, cooling down slightly towards the end. Valencia sees lows of 17°C but this mainly occurs at night, so it is recommended to pack a few light layers to wear on an evening. High temperatures can still soar in September though, reaching up to 27°C on some days.


    There is a greater expectation of wet weather in Valencia in September. There is an average rainfall of 47mm throughout the month and a 24% chance of rain which is almost twice as high as August. However, holiday makers shouldn't worry about it spoiling their trip, as the rain usually clears to warmer and more pleasant weather.

    Sunshine Hours

    Despite a small chance of showers, September is still sunny. The month experiences an average of 10 hours of sunshine per day in Valencia and there's a 54% chance of a sunny day. Holiday makers will be able to spend much of their time sunbathing under clear blue skies, as there is only a tiny 5% chance of a cloudy day in September.

    With such good weather stretching throughout September, Valencia's beaches are a popular destination. The waters around the coast are still warmed up after the hot summer months, so tourists can take a dip in the sea if they wish. 

    If the heat and bustling crowds of the summer are too much for you, September can be a great time of year to visit Valencia. The weather is slightly cooler and the end of the peak season means less tourists.

    Valencia Hotels in September

    When you're visiting Valencia, you certainly won't struggle to find accommodation; the city has hundreds of great hotels to choose from.

    Hotel Solvasa Valencia is a budget-friendly option that offers comfortable four-star accommodation set in a historic building and surrounded by lush gardens. The hotel is ideally located for all of Valencia's attractions, sitting between the city centre and the beaches, just a 15-minute walk from the City of Arts and Sciences.

    For accommodation right at the heart of the city, the Living Valencia Apartments are a convenient place to stay, located just a short walk from the Central Market and Valencia Cathedral. These apartments offer a home-from-home, with a living room and a kitchen where guests can prepare their own meals.

    Valencia Beaches for September

    With temperatures beginning to wane from September on, this month may be one of your last chances to fully enjoy one of Valencia's many beautiful beaches in the optimum weather. The warm sea is perfect for taking a swim or enjoying the water sports that are on offer on Valencia's golden shores. The average sea temperature in Valencia in September is a temperate 25°C.

    One of Valencia's most popular beaches is Las Arenas beach which is conveniently located just a short drive from the city centre. The Blue Flag beach attracts visitors with its fine golden sand, blue seas and numerous facilities which include life guards, toilets and showers. The nearby Paseo Marítimo has a range of great restaurants and cafés.

    Bars and Restaurants

    There's something to satisfy every appetite in Valencia. Spain's third largest city is brimming with restaurants, cafés and bars serving just about every type of food and drink.

    The Barrio del Carmen in the old town is a great place to sample some traditional tapas. Head to tapas restaurant La Taberna de Marisa who are renowned for their authentic small plates of Spanish cuisine made with fresh local produce. With a lively atmosphere and indoor and outdoor seating, La Taberna de Marisa is a great place to spend an evening in Valencia.

    For those staying by the beach in Valencia, don't miss the Fisherman's Quarter. Here, you can sample some delicious fish dishes at places such as Casa Montaña, one of the oldest restaurants in Valencia. With a bustling bar area lined with wine barrels, this quaint bodega is popular with locals and is a great choice for lunch or dinner.

    Finally, don't leave Valencia without tying the Agua de Valencia. This alcoholic cocktail consists of cava, orange juice, sugar and spirits and was invented in the 1920s. You'll find this drink and many more at Cafe de Las Horas located in the La Seu area. The bar is beautifully decorated in a traditional Baroque style and plays classical music throughout for a unique experience.

    Things to do in Valencia in September

    Take a look at the weather forecast to help you decide how to spend yout time in Valencia.

    September is a lively time in Valencia, with many festivals and events for tourists to experience. Fiesta de La Virgen de la Salud takes place in mid-September and is held in honour of the Virgin of Good Health. As part of this event, there is the impressive and famous Human Pyramid Festival, for which acrobats arrive in the city and form impressive structures.

    Bienal de Valencia is a biennial festival that also takes place in September. It showcases the art work of both local and international artists. Tourists can witness concerts and theatrical events that are all part of the event.

    While Valencia's beaches are an obvious draw in the summer months, the city has much more to offer visitors. Valencia is a haven for culture lovers, with many attractions within the city, from museums to historic buildings. Valencia Cathedral is a must-see sight for anyone interested in history or great architecture. Dating back to the 13th century, the Cathedral houses one of the world's Holy Chalices which is often thought to be the Holy Grail itself.

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