April weather in Gran Canaria is absolutely gorgeous! It’s the time of year when the temperatures are perfect both in the day and evening. Not too hot and neither too cold! There will be plenty of sunshine and little rain if you visit in April. The weather is mild at this time of year, but bring a jumper or light jacket for the evenings, just in case! Compared to March weather we see a big increase in temperatures.
Average daily maximum and lowest temperatures are 23 C and 17 C, respectively. Despite the fact that the North Atlantic Ocean is still relatively chilly and preventing a significant warming, temperatures are improving as summertime draws near. There will be 13 hours of daylight and 8 hours of sunshine per day in April. Due to the extremely high UV levels, use caution when outdoors. While swimming in the sea is possible at this time of year, most people find it to be a little too chilly to be totally comfortable. If however, you like a refreshing swim, you soon get used to it and swimming becomes pleasurable. 20 C is the typical sea temperature. If you bring a light wetsuit then this is no problem.
April showers won’t affect your trip because there will only be 7 millimetres of rain or even less over the course of six days throughout the entire month on average.
Remember that these weather statistics for Gran Canaria are average temperatures, which include the island’s cloudier and cooler north. As a result, you’re likely to see more sun, higher temperatures, and blue skies in the rest of the island.