The Costa Almeria is known to be the hottest, driest region of Spain with a desert-like climate. This means the weather in Costa Almeria is likely to be ideal for a holiday as there is little chance of rainfall and almost guaranteed sunshine (over 3,000 hours per year) and blue skies.
Many from Northern Europe will find it too hot in the peak summer months of July and August as temperatures often hit 40 degrees Celsius.
Costa Almeria is a popular tourist destination due to its superb sandy beaches which draw tourists from all over Europe as well as Spain.
Popular towns and cities of Costa Almeria include Garrucha, Mojacar, Vera, Almeria, Roquetas de Mar, Albox, Almanzora, Carboneras, Aguilas and Cuevas del Almanzora.
Many people are also choosing to live in Costa Almeria due to the excellent all-year round weather conditions and low property prices relative to the other Spanish Costa’s.
The Costa Almeria is the most easterly of the eight provinces of Andalucia and the coast runs from the border of the Costa del Tropical from the town of Adra up to the town of San Juan de los Terreros which is the start of the Costa Calida.
This page gives you information on all aspects of Costa Almeria weather. We have a description of Costa Almeria’s climate, we have today’s weather, we have up-to-the-minute current weather temperature for Costa Almeria as well as a more detailed 10 day forecast for the weather in Costa Almeria.