La Manga is on the coast of the Costa Calida in the region of Murcia and has beautiful weather throughout the year – Winter, Spring and Summer. This pleasant weather and climate makes La Manga a great all year round holiday destination.
Like most of the Costa Calida it has mild weather during winter and hot summers. La Manga is in the region of Murcia which renowned for fantastic golf courses and beaches. Murcia also offers a wide range of leisure activities.
The annual average temperature of 20 degrees and boasts over 320 days of sunshine each year. The La Manga weather can be very hot during the summer months but with a nice breeze off the Mediterranean makes it a comfortable holiday destination during winter, spring and summer.
La Manga Club is set high into the Murcian hillside, so whilst the weather is hot during the day it remains cool at night. Temperature during the summer months is usually 25-30 degrees
A study undertaken by Halifax in April 2008 revealed that British travellers now spend on average less than seven hours in total away from their hotel or resort while on holiday. The research showed that 70 per cent of Britons on package holidays do not wish to venture out on day trips, as most of the activities in La Manga Club are weather-reliant to an extent, it is important that the sun shines for you during your week’s holiday.
Fortunately, the climate in La Manga Club is enviable and enjoys more than 2,800 hours – the equivalent of over 300 days – of sunshine each year.
The average annual temperature in La Manga is 19.3 degrees Celsius, a temperate climate by all means. Because the weather and climate is so balmy, feel free to leave your winter thermals, scarves and gloves at home when packing for your flights to Murcia.
Although November to March are cooler months, especially following sunset, during the days it is still permissible to dress in shorts and a t-shirt or similar.
Weather in La Manga – Summer
Summers are very hot with very little rainfall. The average daily temperature is usually 25 to 35 degrees and some days reaching 40 degrees. The low humidity and Mediterranean sea breeze provide relief from the heat and conditions and can be quite comfortable. The weather cools quite considerably after 7.30 pm.
Weather in La Manga – Winter
The Murcia region is very mild, particular when compared to northern Europe. The winter period is filled with clear, sunny days and with very little rainfall. The wettest month is November. The mildest months are December and January although the weather is still very pleasant with average temperatures of 10 degrees.
Weather in La Manga – Spring and Autumn
The weather in Spring in La Manga sees the weather warming up. The temperatures in the area are warm enough to swim and are perfect for the wide range of out door activities in the area. Autumn is very pleasant and temperatures return to a pleasant 24 degrees. Autumn is a great time to visit La Manga and you can enjoy a genuine experience of the region.
The Times reported that according to the Meteorology Institute, there has been 40 per cent less rain than usual in Spain since October 1st 2007.
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