Weather forecast for the Camino del Norte in November

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Start date
Nov 1
Start town
End date
Dec 6
End town
Santiago de Compostela
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Summary of your Camino

Total days
Total distance
812 km
Daily distance
22.5 km
Average high
Average low
Average precipitation
5.4 mm/day

Starting in Irún in the Basque Country, the Camino del Norte goes through hills and green areas. The weather is usually okay and between 13 and 18°C. But it can rain a lot. The rain can be either light or heavy, with some sunny moments. The place with the most rain is around Deba and Markina-Xemein.

When the route enters Cantabria, the temperature stays the same at around 16-17°C. There's still rain, but not as much, with averages of 1.8 to 5 mm per day. Sunny and partly cloudy days often happen in the areas of Gondán and Mondoñedo near the end of November.

In Asturias, it gets a bit cooler, and the weather can be sunny, cloudy or rainy. The average high temperature is usually between 13-15°C. It still rains, sometimes heavily.

The last part of the trip is in Galicia, and the weather stays about the same, between 10-14°C. Galicia has lots of cloudy days, with some sun. It still rains, but not as much, usually around or less than 5 mm per day.

All the way, the Camino del Norte trip has a mix of rain, clouds, and sun. The weather is usually okay, but it also rains a lot.

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