Sotogrande Weather September Averages, Spain

    • Temperature Temperature 23°C 73°F
    • High Temperature High Temperature 27°C 81°F
    • Low Temperature Low Temperature 18°C 64°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 9 hours
    • Rainfall Rainfall 18 mm
    • Rainfall Days Rainfall Days 4 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 22°C 72°F

    Sotogrande Weather for September 2020

    Come September, the hot summer temperatures start to drop and the rainfall chances begin to rise in Sotogrande. Like nearby Manilva, the average daily temperature is 23°C (around 73°F), a very pleasant and near-perfect temperature. With these amazing daytime temperatures, you'll want to get outside to hike through the surrounding foothills, check out the small towns, or head down to the beach for some sun and fun.

    The lows drop down to 18°C (about 64°F), still nice temperatures for being outside in the evening hours. Bring along a jacket or a sweater, however, if you plan on being out near the shore, as the breezes coming across the Mediterranean Sea can make it feel cooler. Expect highs to get up to 27°C (about 81°F), continuing the hot summer temperatures into the autumn. When packing for your holiday away this month, bring along short-sleeved shirts and shorts, as well as a swimsuit.

    The average sea temperature is still up at 22°C (around 72°F), plenty warm for swimming and spending time on the beach. Compared to August, you'll get 2 fewer hours of sunshine this month, with an average of 8 hours a day. The chance of a sunny day is 20% and there is also a 20% chance of having a cloudy day this month. The rainfall amounts jump up to 18 mm, falling over four days in the month. Don't worry if you forget your umbrella; any rain that does fall is typically light and short-lived.

    Though rare, the area in the south of Spain has seen some extreme high and low temperatures. The highest recorded temperature ever was a steamy 33°C (around 92°F). For this time of the year, the lowest recorded temperature dropped to 12°C (about 54°F). Fortunately, you'll more than likely have more moderate temperatures during your stay at the resort.

    Where to Stay

    Hotel Boutique Milla de Plata is a quaint and comfortable hotel close to all the action in Sotogrande. Each of the hotel's rooms has a different theme, ranging from the Mediterranean Sea to Africa to spring. The rooms come with private balconies or terraces, providing sweeping views of the water and sand. On-site amenities include restaurant and terrace with daybeds, loungers, and soaking pools to enjoy in September.

    Found right on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea, Hotel Patricia invites guests to relax and feel at home in its comfortable and affordable rooms. The hotel's café bar serves up breakfast every morning and snacks throughout the day. All of the rooms come with free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, television, and safe. Some of the rooms have balconies or terraces with sea views, as well as refrigerators.

    If you're seeking extra space or lots of privacy, Casa Marsal is just the place for you. This private home has four bedrooms and three bathrooms with room for eight guests. If you're traveling with a baby, you can also get a crib and high chair. You'll enjoy a private swimming pool with sun loungers, large yard, and patio with grill and dining seating. The house has a fully-equipped kitchen, washer and dryer, and DVD player.

    Things to Do

    The sea temperatures are still up in September, making this month a great time to waterski or wakeboard. Up and down the coast of Sotogrande and the surrounding towns, you'll find several water sports companies that rent boats, waterski, and wakeboard equipment. Watersports Marbella, just north up the coast from Sotogrande, offers jet skis, speed boats, water skiing, and banana boats.

    The newest craze with all the cool kids, hoverboards make you feel like you've jumped to the future. Through Spot Segway, you can rent a hoverboard to tour the town of Sotogrande and the Andalucia region. Choose the rental-only option or take the guided tours and learn more about the history and culture of the area. All rentals and tours come with safety equipment and a lesson in the basics of hoverboarding.

    One of Robert Trent Jones' top five favourite courses, the Real Golf Sotogrande is a par-72 with wide fairways, elevated greens, and long tees. Numerous professional golfers, including Rory Mc Ilroy and Padraig Harrington, have walked the greens. No matter whether you're an advanced golfer or a novice, you'll enjoy the beautiful course. When you're done golfing, grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or cafeteria in the club house.

    Hit the Beach

    Situated between Torreguadiaro and Sotogrande, the Torreguadiaro Beach is 1.3 km long and very popular in the summer months. In September, the sea temperature is still at 22°C (around 72°F), warm enough for swimming and watersports. Beach amenities include snack bar, sunbeds, showers, lifeguards, and easy access to Sotogrande. You can park near the Torreguadiaro watch towers and easily access the beach from there. The beach is also home to the Chambao Beach Bar Club with a bar, restaurant, and nightclub.

    Eating and Drinking Out

    Gaia Restaurant is located at the Hotel Almenara and offers diners a high-end dining experience. The romantic mood is set with candlelit tables and soft music playing. The daily menu includes a buffet of appetisers and desserts and a choice of several a la carte entrees. The restaurant's terrace overlooks the gorgeous green golf course and the mountains.

    A cute bar near the Riberia del Marlin and the Sotogrande waterfront, the Spinnaker is the ideal place for a pre- or post-dinner drink with friends. The menu is simple with Spanish dishes, as well as a few Hungarian favourites, as the owner and chef hail from Hungary. Take your meal outside to the patio with umbrellas to shade you from the warm September sun.

    The Petit Bistro Sotogrande offers a fresh menu of breakfast, lunch, and dinner entrees. It has numerous paleo options for diners following that diet; it also has vegetarian and vegan dishes. The Petit Bistro gives guests numerous fresh juice choices to quench your thirst. Other popular menu items include toasted paninis, smoked salmon, quiches, caprese salad, and sushi. 

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