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Favorite thing: One of the best things about Cadiz has to be that there are blue sky days all year round, and even if it starts cloudy or misty by mid day it is often lovely and sunny.

Even if you come here in winter you will be able to enjoy the sunshine and even a walk along the beach front. There are generally just two seasons here summer and winter.

The temperatures never get down below freezing even at night. Although December, January and February can have some warm sunny days the nights can be cold:lowest about 5 degrees. In April the night time temperature will be about 17 degrees during the day and 12 at night. Summer starts around May, this is when the beach bars open and the beach services. The weather in July and August is very hot with temperatures even reach 40 degrees on some days. At night it is really pleasant though in bed it can feel really hot, even if you do nothing but sleep ;)

These temperatures don't take into account the humidity which is very high here often making winter feel colder than it is, especially with the strong winds. The winds here aren't bitterly cold at all, but they do feel cold on a February night. We have two winds a warm one and a cold one. You really feel the difference when it is the cold one.

The rainiest month has to be April, where you should be prepared for a strong downpour that not even an umbrella can save you from! It barely rains at all in July and August.

I think June is the most pleasant month to come to Cadiz. Not too hot and not too cold and not too busy.

From around March time you can experience heat waves, giving you a taster of summer and giving you the opportunity to get those white legs out. I remember in my first year here I got sunburnt in February!!!!

Oh, and I nearly forgot: IT NEVER SNOWS HERE! Only in the mountains in the south of the province.

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  • Written Apr 11, 2008
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