Weather forecasts for Torrevieja Weather
The concentration of salt and the temperature, combine to endow Torrevieja and nearby areas with a particularly healthy micro-climate, recommended by doctors for its beneficial properties. Bathing in the salt lagoons is also becoming popular for many medicinal reasons. The sea and the lakes in the vicinity of Torrevieja conspire to create a soothing micro-climate natively unique to Torrevieja. The two salt lakes particularly conspire in favour of fair climatic circumstances, bringing about both torrential rainfall and strong winds. Generally however, rainfall is scarce and intermittent. The sun beautifully radiates on Torrevieja for most of the year.
The weather in Torrevieja makes it an ideal location for year round holiday activities, especially if you want to fulfil that yearning for some sunshine during those dreary winter months in the UK. On average, Torrevieja enjoys 320 days of sunshine per year and an average daily temperature of 17 degrees centigrade. Temperatures in July and August are typically 30 degrees centigrade. Many people prefer the months when the weather can be near perfect: April, May, June, September, October and November.
Top temperatures during summer time can go up and over 40°C, whilst in the winter period they hardly fall below 15° C.
The climate in Torrevieja is very stable, falling under the temperate Continental type. The region enjoys predominantly mild summers and moderate winters. The coldest months are January and February, with temperatures ranging from 12 to 16 degrees. The hottest months are July and August with temperatures ranging from 28 to 35 degrees. During autumn, from October to December, it is the pleasantly mild season with temperatures ranging from 21 to 27 degrees.
A sunny climate generally prevails for most of the year. Rainfall is scarce and irregular. Torrevieja has a micro-climate which distinguishes itself from other neighbouring towns. The proximity of two salt lakes work in favour of good climatic conditions, specifically with regard to both heavy rainfall and strong winds.