Valencia Climate and Weather
Valencia has a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters, and an average annual temperature of 62°F (17°C). The peak summer months, between June and August, are hot and dry, with average temperatures in August, the hottest month, ranging between 70°F (21°C) and 85°F (29°C).
Summers are sometimes said to last from April to November. Winters, between December and February, are mild by European standards, with the average temperatures in January, the coldest month, ranging between 44°F (7°C) and 61°F (16°C).
It can rain in any season but the peak summer months tend to stay dry. Most of the rainy days occur during autumn and early spring, with October being the wettest month. Summers can be baking hot, and humidity tends to be high.
The most popular time for a holiday is during the hot summer months, when the streets buzz with visitors and activities of all sorts. With its warm climate, however, it's possible to visit Valencia at any time of year and be assured of some sunshine, and some people prefer to enjoy the city out of season when it is quieter, though never dull. March, during the famed Fallas Festival, is another good time to visit.