The weatherman of the East Algarve…
Straight away… most of the year it is brilliant.
The south of Portugal compared with the rest of Europe seems to be the best. Summertime: warm and dry, thanks to the Atlantic it is very rarley too hot near the Algarvecost, mostly there is a smooth breeze. Jumping into the sea is a pleasant refreshing. More in the hinterland and for sure in Alentejo (a region next to the Algarve), there are the temperature rising, particularly during July and August. Who is not in the absolutely need to travel during the high season may prefere the moderate clima.
Springtime: is ideal for natur lovers, rampant vegetation to be crazy about it. The earlier Autumn: perfect for holiday makers who love sandy lonely beaches will be fond of. Part of the landscape may be dried out, but the outdoor and water temperature is quite nice and invits for activities or to relax.
Wintertime: you might have some rainy days too, but the nature is in need of. But it is quite within the bounds of probability that you are sitting in a café open air and wearing a T-Shirt. During wintertime is excellent for photographers, the lighting conditions are absolutely exciting and amazing. The nature is waking up again after some rainy days. In January it starts and in February the almond trees are in their full blossom. If we take stock of these 4 seasons, we say: it is worth at more than 365 days a year, visiting the Eastern Algarve.


The Algarve climate (in average in °C)
Month
Jan
Feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Maximum
16
17
19
20
22
26
28
30
26
23
19
17
Minimum
9
10
11
12
13
17
18
18
17
15
13
10
Watertemp.
15
15
16
17
18
20
21
22
22
21
18
17
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