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Historic Temperatures for 15th July in Blanes
|Average High||28°C (82°F)|
|Record High||35°C (95°F) (2003)|
|Average Low||16°C (61°F)|
|Record Low||11°C (52°F) (2002)|
Blanes; a popular coastal resort located on the Costa Brava, Spain; enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate with long hours of sunshine and a relatively low annual rainfall.
Located on the north-eastern coast of Spain, Blanes remains extremely popular with British holidaymakers, most of who are attracted by the regions' wonderful climate. Blanes similar to most areas situated in the Costa Brava is one of the coolest regions on the Spanish coastline, however still enjoys a pleasing Mediterranean climate, with extensive summers and warm placid winters. Although the typical climate in Blanes is a little less reliable and not quite as sunny as some of the other âCostaâ regions further south, the area still offers an excellent year-round destination.
Blanes is a well known holiday destination and has over four kilometres of beautiful beaches, bays and coves and a good range of outdoor leisureâs, facilities, hotels and rental accommodation.
The climate in the Mediterranean town of Blanes is hospitable for the majority of the year. Without being domineering the summertime in Blanes is hot; with July & August featuring average highs of around 31°C. Although much cooler than the majority of the countryâs southern areas Blanes still reaches average highs of 16°C throughout January. Visitors should still be aware that Blanes's northern coastal location can endure in the odd cold spell throughout its winter months. Average rainfall stands at around 1000mm per year. The upside to this is evident in the green & fertile lands that surround the city, & in the many parks & conservation areas around the town & surrounding areas. However Blanes does generally experience a favourable climate all-year round meaning there is the potential to sit outside in the towns stunning beaches, or take part in outdoor activities at almost any time of the year.
The average temperature in Blanes hovers around 22°C, with temperatures in the summer months often reaching 30°C and the region often receiving as much as twelve hours of sunshine per day. The months of July and August are peak season, and the hot humid weather during this time is often tempered by coastal winds. May and June is a great time to visit, with temperatures averaging at 23°C, and the more erratic weather results in fewer crowds.
Spring and autumn is the wettest time, although rainfall in Blanes is fairly moderate, the area will still receive an average of 600mm throughout these months. The autumn months throughout the region are mild giving temperatures between 21°C to 24°C, with October seeing the most rainfall.
During the winter, the sun still shines an average of six hours a day, although the temperatures drop to 16°C, resulting in crisp, bright days. With the regions' close proximity to the mountains, the weather in Blanes can be variable, and can also see some strong winds which blow from behind the mountains, helping to keep the temperatures down in the summer, and bringing a chill during the winter.
The sunshine and moderate temperatures mean that Blanes is an ideal holiday destination all year round.