Mild Coastal Climate in Vejer de la Frontera
The climate in Vejer de la Frontera is considered a mild coastal climate. For the majority of people, this is considered to be the ideal temperature balance. The weather in Vejer is not too swelteringly hot in the summer and not freezing cold in the winter. This is one of many reasons I love living in Vejer!
Vejer has seasonal precipitation variation. The rainy season is between November and March. Vejer receives 783mm of annual rainfall on average. But nearly 75% of this falls during the five months of rainy season.
However, don’t panic if you’re visiting during the “rainy season”! The majority of days are still clear and it is rare to have a day without any sun!
In fact, the rainy season in Vejer sounds lovely compared to London. Even the rainiest month in Vejer (December) only has an average of 7 rainy days. Whereas in London, the driest months of the year (June and August) have 13 rainy days!
The Levante Winds in Cadiz
One weather feature that defines Vejer is the wind. This region of Cadiz is sometimes plagued by the Levante or Poniente winds. Levante is the name for winds coming from the east in the Mediterranean sea. As the wind is funneled through the Strait of Gibraltar, it can create strong winds throughout the coastal towns of Cadiz.
These Levante winds can last days or even weeks. Constant winds are one of the reasons this region is so well known for surfing and kite boarding.
Traditionally, the Levante winds were harnessed to power the old windmills you can see in the white town of Vejer de la Frontera. Now, modern wind turbines spot the landscape surrounding Vejer de la Frontera. All wind turbines in Cadiz province creates about 80% of the electricity for the province, and around 24% of the renewable energy produced in Andalusia.
Weather by Seasons in Cadiz
Spring in Vejer de la Frontera
Summary: Unpredictable but mostly nice
Spring (March – May) can be a wonderful time to visit Vejer. The flowers are blooming, white towns aren’t overcrowded and there are lots of festivals to see! The temperatures are generally moderate, warm enough to visit the beach but not too hot that you will overheat.
However, the weather is not always consistent. Days can range from chilly and rainy to hot, sunny and perfect for shorts and t-shirts! Pack a variety of clothing accordingly and you will be just fine.
Summer in Vejer
Summary: Hot sunny days, perfect for the beach
Summer (June – August) is the high season and it is easy to see why. The weather is consistently hot, clear and perfect for hitting the beach. Unlike the spring, summer in Spain is quite dependable to enjoy perfect weather day after day.
Most of Spain seems to agree that summer is the perfect weather in the south coast. Spaniards will escape the blistering heat of the central cities to cool off in the sea and coastal villages. You will find many people visiting Vejer in the summer when the temperatures are perfect. From Vejer it is just a 10 minute drive to the beach, the perfect white town to base your holiday from.
Autumn in Vejer
Summary: Hot to start, cool to end
Autumn (September – November) is a great time to visit Vejer. In September and October, the temperatures are still hot and enjoyable. However the crowds have started to disappear, so you can enjoy the sun and heat at a more relaxing pace.
By November the temperatures are cooling again. Although you may not want to spend your entire day suntanning on the beach, it can still be lovely mild temperatures. This time of year is ideal to visit to the famous white villages of Andalusia. In Vejer don’t forget to view the flowers blooming throughout the picturesque, narrow winding streets.
Winter in Vejer
Summary: Rainy season
Winter (December – February) is the rainy season in Vejer de la Frontera. However that does not mean you cannot enjoy a wonderful visit! In fact, winter is the time many Spaniards prefer to visit Vejer.
The temperatures during winter are not as cold in the south of Spain and the crowds of tourists have dissipated. For this reason, you can wander the streets of Vejer with the locals and imagine the village as it would have been hundreds of years ago.
Monthly average weather in Vejer de la Frontera
January – Average temperature is 9º (minimum) to 15ºC (maximum) and 7 rainy days with 105mm precipitation.
February – Average temperature 10º to 15º and 6 rainy days with 105mm rain.
March – Average temperature 11º to 17º and 5 rainy days with 116mm rain.
April – Average temperature 13º to 19º and 5 rainy days with 60mm.
May – Average temperature 15º to 21º and 3 rainy days with 36mm.
June – Average temperature 18º to 24º and 1 rainy day with 11mm.
July – Average temperature 20º to 27º and 0 rainy days with 1mm.
August – Average temperature 21º to 27º and 0 rainy days with 3mm.
September – Average temperature 19º to 25º and 2 rainy days with 20mm.
October – Average temperature 16º to 22º and 5 rainy days with 77mm.
November – Average temperature 12º to 18º and 6 rainy days with 115mm.
December – Average temperature 10º to 16º and 7 rainy days with 135mm.
Full day tours in Vejer de la Frontera and Cadiz province
If you are looking for Andalusian culinary food, cultural and Sherry wine experiences for sightseeing Cadiz province, then keep reading. I will now take advantage to show off to you the great food tours in Vejer de la Frontera and throughout Cadiz province that we do. Officially, Vejer de la Frontera is one of the most beautiful villages of Spain, you should come and meet us!
Cultural and culinary food tours
If you want to learn the whole process of the Almadraba and Bluefin tuna in Cadiz province check our Bluefin tuna tour. You will learn the history of Bluefin tuna in the area since Phoenician times. You will go in a private boat ride to visit the Almadraba (if you are lucky it may be active); visit a local food market; and taste different parts of bluefin tuna in all ways, salt-dried, grilled, raw.
If you want to learn more about Vejer de la Frontera, its traditions and gastronomy book ourSherry & Tapas tour! Learn about sherry, wine tastings, and how to pair it with gourmet traditional food from the area. Taste different types of Sherry and local food like bluefin tuna, bull meat, salmorejo, eggplant with honey and pinenuts, etc. The tour includes 5 tapas and 5 wine/Sherries.
If you would like to visit other beautiful white villages like Vejer, we can do a tour of the white villages in Cadiz province. On the other hand we can mix a visit to a beautiful white village with a visit to an olive oil mill. Or you can choose to do a private tour that we can design especially for you based on your interests. Come and join Explore la Tierra in Vejer de la Frontera, Cadiz, Spain!
Our latest addition is our become an artisan for one day tour. Make your own cheese and your own leather souvenir in Ubrique and enjoy its great history and panoramic views. This white village is famous worldwide for its importance for the international leather companies.
Sherry wine tours
Would you like to learn more about Sherry wine and immerse yourself in the local culture and traditions? If you want to learn and experience it with the company of a local guide and turn your visit to Cadiz into an exciting culinary adventure, book with us. Sherry wine love is very contagious, surely you will also become one!
If you have your own transport we can accompany you while learning about Sherry. Enjoy the best Sherry bodega tours, local culture and traditions and the local gastronomy. In case you do not have a car we can arrange transport, restaurant and the rest of your trip for you.
If you would like to learn all about Jerez-Sherry-Xeres D.O. then join us for our Ultimate Sherry wine Tasting tour. We can design a private tour just for you and your family.
If you are staying in Vejer de la Frontera or within Cadiz province we can organize a private Sherry wine tasting with local gourmet tapas for your group. We will go to your place and do a Sherry wine or Andalusian wine tasting for you privately. We can focus on premium Sherries; VORS and premium Sherries; or Andalusian wines in case you do not like Sherry wine.