|Ave Daily High F||60||62||66||70||75||81||86||87||83||77||67||62|
|Ave Daily High C||16||17||19||21||24||27||30||31||28||25||19||17|
|Ave Daily Low F||41||43||46||50||55||61||66||67||64||57||45||44|
|Ave Daily Low C||5||6||8||10||13||16||19||19||18||14||7||7|
|Sunbathing / Swimming|
|How to use this table|
|The Costa Blanca is quite a bit sunnier, drier and marginally warmer than areas further north such as the Costa Brava and even the Balearics. May through October generally will see great weather for the beach. September and October are slightly wetter than earlier months in the summer, the amounts are often not really great enough to interfere too much with a holiday at these times. July and August will feel pretty hot but the consolation is that the heat is a fairly dry one and nights cool down enough to make sleeping easy enough. During the rest of the year, daytime temperatures usually get into the 60s F (above 15 C) so that outdoor activities remain possible even in mid-winter, even if sunbathing is not really an option at this time of the year. If you do visit in winter though, be sure to take some warmer clothes at nights see temperatures dipping to around 41 F (5 C).|
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