May is as good of a time to visit La Palma as ever, with temperatures going up as the month progresses, but still at a very comfortable level, ideal for long walks and hikes.
If you're looking for a travel destination for April, where you can be outside and enjoy nature, then la La Palma is a top choice, as here you have beautiful weather, tall mountains, volcanic beaches and lots of sunshine, compared to rest of the Northern hemisphere of the world.
Although it marks the start of spring, March can still be a cold month all over Europe and many countries still get a lot of snow at this time of the year. This is not the case in the Canary Islands, as the weather slowly starts to warm up and the rain chances drop.
February can be a hard month in Europe, with plenty of snow, cold winds, low temperatures and pretty bad weather in general - but that is not the case in La Palma and in the Canary Islands in general.
If you're living in Europe, January is probably associated with bad weather, low temperature and even snow in most places. But for the most part, that is not the case for La Palma, one of the Canary Islands, part of Spain.
Winter in Europe usually means low temperatures and snow, depending on the country that you're planning to visit. However, if you're not a fan of snow and cold winter weather, there are still a few places in Europe where the temperatures are mild and the weather allows for visitors to enjoy some much needed winter sun.
December means proper winter in most countries in Europe, so if you are looking for a warm place to escape from the cold, La Palma (and the Canary Islands in general), might be one of the first places to pop up as suggestions. But how warm is the weather really?
With winter slowly approaching the northern hemisphere of the planet, La Palma in the Canary Islands seems like a nice and pleasant destination for November, as well as the following months.
Tenerife is a year round holiday destination, with warm weather and sunny days during all seasons, while the temperatures stay fairly constant throughout the year, as opposed to the rest of Europe where they vary by a lot between winter and summer.
The eternal question...does it snow in Tenerife? If yes...when? And how often?
A white Christmas has its charm, no doubt about it, but after a few years of enduring the cold and maybe even the snow, you may wish for something different...
If you're looking for a sunny break in November, the Canary Islands might be the best choice in terms of weather, especially if you are travelling from Europe.
The Canary Islands are a popular holiday destination, especially for Brits and Europeans in general, who are looking for a sunny place where they can escape the cold weather back home in winter.
Gran Canaria is the second largest of the Canary Islands in terms of population and tourism, especially among visitors from European countries like the UK, Germany, Poland and all of Scandinavia.The island is filled with lovely beaches and also offers a diverse landscape, with many things to do for those visitors who wish to explore its best sights and attractions.
Maspalomas is a great winter destination if you prefer to escape the cold and spend your holidays in the sun.
Is it getting cold and rainy at home and you are looking for a bit of sun in Maspalomas or Playa del Ingles? Then you are looking at the right place, because the Canary Islands are the top destination for Europeans when the cold season is just around the corner.
Are you looking to escape the autumn weather back home and come over to Maspalomas or Playa del Ingles?
Are you wondering if September is a good month to come to Maspalomas? September is definitely still hot, no doubt about that. The island also get much quieter after the first half of the month, when most families with children have returned home for the start of the school year. For us, September is an amazing time to be in Gran Canaria.
Looking to book a beach holiday to Maspalomas or Playa del Ingles in August? August is considered the hottest month of the year and the thermometers definitely prove it. During the day you will often see temperatures around 30 °C, which is quite a lot given the fact that the UV index is high and so the sun usually feels like burning if you don't stay in the shade during midday hours.
Are you trying to plan your summer holiday and you're wondering if Maspalomas or Playa del Ingles in July are a good idea?
Planning a summer holiday to Maspalomas or Playa del Ingles in June? In June the weather starts to really feel like proper summer, although the Canary Islands enjoy a rather privileged climate, which feels like spring all year round. This means that although it is warm, the weather is usually not overly hot, although the UV index is very high.
Looking to come to Maspalomas / Playa del Ingles for an early summer break? Or you want to plan come over for a family holiday during half term?
Are you planning to spend your spring holiday in Maspalomas in April? April is when the weather really starts to warm up after the mild winter that Gran Canaria enjoys. So if you're coming over for Easter it will probably be a sunny and warm one.
Are you thinking of booking a holiday to Maspalomas in March? Gran Canaria enjoys a great weather all year round and Maspalomas is located right in the south of the island, where the climate is most favorable even in winter and spring.
Planning to come on holiday to Maspalomas in February? The weather is what can make or break a long awaited holiday, so better check the weather forecast before deciding which month to book for your next trip to Maspalomas (Gran Canaria).
Thinking of coming on holiday to Maspalomas in January? The weather is what can make or break a long awaited holiday, so better check the weather forecast before deciding which month to book for your next trip to Maspalomas (Gran Canaria).
We will say it from the start: Gran Canaria is an excellent destination for the winter holidays if you love warm weather and sunny skies!
November is the month when temperatures start to drop and although it's as hot as it was during the summer season, the weather in Gran Canaria is still much great compared to what people living in continental Europe are getting.
The month of October can be a tricky one in terms of weather in Gran Canaria and in the Canary Islands in general. It's when the transition from summer temperatures to autumn starts and it may rain a bit and you may also get some cloudy days, but in general the weather will still be warm enough to sun tan and also swim in the ocean.
September is a great month to visit Gran Canaria: it is still hot, rain is unusual and the island gets less crowded after the school starts in most European countries. So if you're looking for an adults only romantic trip to Gran Canaria September might be the perfect time to visit.
There's no doubt about it: summer in Gran Canaria is HOT and July is one of the most popular months for family holidays.
June comes with a significant increase in temperatures in Gran Canaria, which are also accompanied by the trade winds which are characteristic for the summer months in the Canaries.
Although the weather in Gran Canaria is mild and sunny all year round, May is when the temperatures really start to rise and you know that summer is almost here.
April is somewhat of a transition month in Gran Canaria: the weather is starting to really warm up and the amount of rain the island sees drops by half compared to March.
Although March marks the beginning of spring, in most places in Europe it's still a cold month, with low temperatures and even snowfall. But this is not the case in Gran Canaria.
There's no better place in Europe than Gran Canaria for a warm and sunny holiday in February. The days are pleasantly warm with temperatures than often go over 20°C, which means that you can go back home with a tan after spending only a few days here.
Gran Canaria is a popular destination in January, as it is one of the warmest places in Europe for winter sun, along with the other Canary Islands in the archipelago. Actually, we prefer Gran Canaria and Tenerife during the winter season, especially the southern regions, where it's also the sunniest and driest part of each island.
By the time December is here, most European cities are busy organizing Christmas Markets where visitors come to drink hot mulled wine in order to warm up. This is when the climate of Canary Islands starts to really differentiate itself from the rest of European destinations.
November is pretty much a transition month - the weather is transitioning towards the winter season, which means that the temperatures will drop a bit and the wind will make its presence felt more than in the previous month.
October is one of the more quiet months in Fuerteventura, except for the time period when the children in the UK are on their autumn half-term holiday. At that time the island becomes busy again and prices for flights are considerably higher than during the rest of the month.
After a heated summer season, you would think that the weather would start to cool down in Fuerteventura in September. But this is totally not the case.
We will say it right from the start: August is the hottest month of the year in Fuerteventura. But this probably comes as no surprise, as August is usually the hottest month of the year in most places in the Northern hemisphere.
By the time July is here, Fuerteventura goes into full summer mode. July and August are the hottest months in Fuerteventura, so if you're wanting a really warm holiday in the sun, these are best months to visit. It's a good thing the trade winds make their presence felt, as otherwise it would simply be unbearably hot during the afternoon.
June is when things start to get heated in Fuerteventura: it's still not as hot as it will be in July or August, but for those who are satisfied with temperatures just shy of 30°C during the day time, June will prove to be a good month to visit.
By the time May gets to Fuerteventura, the weather is starting to really warm up and temperatures are really nice to enjoy long days on the beach or by the pool, with a beer or a cocktail in hand. Although temperatures don't go up like they do during the summer months, May is still a nice month to visit Fuerteventura, because the atmosphere is more relaxed and chilled, ideal for a quiet holiday meant to recharge your batteries.
In April the weather keeps improving and there's a constant rise in temperatures towards the end on the month.
Fuerteventura is one of the top choices for a sunny winter break if you're from the UK or from the rest of Europe. On most days you can sunbathe, maybe even swim, which is not possible anywhere else on the old continent.
November might not be the warmest month in Lanzarote throughout the year, but it's definitely sunnier and warmer than the UK and mainland Europe.
The weather in October in Lanzarote is still quite warm and the water temperature is still perfect for swimming. October is a relatively peaceful and quiet month in Lanzarote, apart from the week during the midterm holidays, when prices also go up considerably. So if you are not conditioned by school holidays, try to plan your arrival to the island outside of that period to get a better price for flights and accommodation.
September is our favourite month to come to Lanzarote. The weather in September is still hot, but not quite as hot as in August. Also, after the first week of September passes the big summer crowds start to disappear, as schools start the new year all across Europe. Just don't imagine that you'll have the island all to yourself, since Lanzarote is an year round destination, and it's lively and busy even in winter.
August is the hottest month in Lanzarote and there's no doubt about it. July is not that far behind, but August really takes the lead in terms of high temperatures here in Lanzarote.
July is the month when temperatures start to rise well above 30°C constantly during the daytime, although July is not the warmest month of the year. That prize is reserved for August, which is the hottest month in Lanzarote, but July is not so far behind in terms of high temperatures and sunshine hours.
Once June hits, the weather starts to feel like proper summer in Lanzarote: temperatures go up, the number of sunshine hours goes up, as well as the number of visitors.
May starts to feel like proper summer in Lanzarote, the UV index is already at high levels and the warm weather is just perfect for a lazy day in the sun, followed by a dip in the sea.
Starting April, the chances of rain Lanzarote start to drop considerably and the weather is perfect for sunbathing, as well as for walking about while visiting the island.
March marks the transition from winter to spring in Lanzarote and the weather gets warmer and warmer as the month progresses. Lanzarote in March is also still warmer than most other sunny winter destinations in Europe - unless you are planning to go some other Canary Island.
October is still a beach month in Tenerife, especially in the south. Although temperatures start to drop and the chances of rain increase towards the end of the month, the sea is still at this warmest and the midday sun is perfect for lounging on the beach.
For us, September is the perfect month to visit Tenerife, or any other Canary Island actually. Why?
August comes with full on summer temperatures, very low chances of rain and long sunshine hours all over the island. Tenerife embraces the summer weather in August and attracts the crowds that are looking for a hot place in the sun, where they can sunbathe and swim all day long without having to worry about rain.
July means full on summer in Tenerife, and this translated in high temperatures, low chances of precipitation and moderate chances of calima.
Thinking of your summer holiday? Well, June is the start of summer here in Tenerife and the weather is getting warmer and warmer day by day.
May is a good month to visit Tenerife if you are looking for a warm and peaceful holiday, before the school year ends. The island starts blooming and the weather is perfect for sunbathing without being to overly hot that you have to hide from the scorching sun.
It's no secret that the Canaries are a popular destination during the cold season, as they are the warmest destination in Europe during winter, due to their sub-tropical desert climate.
April in Tenerife is usually a "transition" month: rain doesn't happen as often as in the previous months and temperatures tend to go up. Of course, it depends on where you are staying in Tenerife, as the weather can be quite different from coast to coast, so it's hard to give a general prediction.
Fuerteventura is one of those fortunate places in Europe where it's warm during winter and the sunny days are not an exception from the rule, but the norm here.
If you're looking for a bit of warm weather during those cold winter months back home, Lanzarote might be the perfect choice for a holiday abroad: you have mild temperatures, a sunny sky usually during the daytime and what's more important...no snow!
March is still a cold month pretty much all over Europe, so we understand that you're looking for a warm place to holiday at this time of year.
When in doubt about where to go for a sunny winter break, Lanzarote is always a good idea. No matter the season, Lanzarote is blessed with a mild climate, which makes visitors fall in love with both its beauty and its warm weather.
We're all looking to escape the cold winter weather and for many people in Europe, Tenerife is one of the top choices for a winter holiday: it's part of the EU, it's well connected via low cost flights, the weather is warm enough that you can get a tan and let's not forget the good food and cheap beer.
Lanzarote is one of the smaller islands in the archipelago, but this doesn't mean it falls behind on the weather front. Winters in Lanzarote are mild and warm, as in all the Canaries, so if you're planning a sunny Christmas, Lanzarote might be a great choice.
Tenerife is part of the Canary Islands, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe during the winter months. Why?
Tenerife is an all year round destination - people come here for different reasons and during all seasons, for winter is considered high season in Tenerife, because it's one of the places to escape the cold in Europe.
The wind in Fuerteventura: a topic that never ends and a question that we hear often - how windy is it really?
Tenerife is the largest and most popular of the Canary Islands and during the past years tourism has grown, reaching 6 million tourists in 2016. With these numbers, it's clear that the island has become very busy and you should think well before deciding when to come to Tenerife.
We get this question quite often here at Guide to Canary Islands: what's the weather like in December? How warm will it be?
The Canary Islands have become a very popular destination during the last years, especially during the winter months.