Gran Canaria is just perfect in November. The November weather temperatures in Gran Canaria are Summer like! However, there can be a chilly wind in the North of the island making the beach or sunbathing slightly cool. Therefore the temperatures vary greatly from being in the direct sun and being in the shade at this time of year.
Gran Canaria still has sunshine almost every day with temperatures hovering around 24-25°C in the South.
November is also the time when many from Northern Europe ‘migrate’ to warmer climates and Gran Canaria is a favourite. This month we see a huge increase in travellers arriving through Gran Canaria Airport to spend the entire Winter months under blue skies and sunshine.
Did You Know: As November experience the change from Summer to Winter it has in recent years experienced some stormy weather and a few more rainy days.
The air temperature can fluctuate between 23°C to 25°C so sunbathing is possible and enjoyable. Still, protect yourself with sunblock as the Winter sun can still cause skin damage. During the evening and night, it falls to a pleasant 18°C.
For the month of November in Gran Canaria you will enjoy just over 11 hours of daylight, with the sun rising at around 7:20am and setting just after 6:15pm.
Does it rain in November on Gran Canaria? The average amount is 18mm of rain over 3 days in the month. It is the second wettest month, with December experiencing more rain. However, depending on where you are on Gran Canaria this amount can usually fall during the night. It certainly makes the air clear and the land greener and more fresh.
Remember: These stats for Gran Canaria weather are average temperature which includes the cooler and wetter north of the island. So it is likely you will experience more sun, warmer temperatures, and blue skies.
The trade wind always blows North-Eastern throughout the year. This provides a cool breeze that without this the Canaries would be like the blistering Sahara on the African Continent. These winds also give some humidity, to the region so that there are rainfalls in season. The waters surrounding the islands come down from Nordic regions providing a fresh cool temperature to the ocean.