Weather forecast for the Camino del Ebro in July

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Start date
Jul 1
Start town
End date
Jul 17
End town
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Summary of your Camino

Total days
Total distance
442 km
Daily distance
26.0 km
Average high
Average low
Average precipitation
0.9 mm/day

On the Camino del Ebro, travelers will usually see sunny weather with some rain. The first part of the route experiences warm temperatures and little rain. As you go through cities like Gandesa, Xerta, and Fabara, it gets a bit hotter and you might see more rain.

The weather stays sunny as you move on to Caspe, Escatrón, and Quinto, but it gets even hotter. It doesn't rain much here. The next set of cities, including El Burgo de Ebro, Zaragoza, and Alagón, also see a lot of sun and hot weather, with very little rain.

The path through Gallur, Tudela, and Alfaro offer a lot of sunny days, with some clouds. It cools off a bit here, and while it's uncommon, the rain can be heavier when it does come.

Lastly, in the final region passing through Calahorra, Alcanadre, and Logroño, the weather is mostly warm and the nights are cool. It tends to rain more here, with weather-changing from sunny to cloudy and even some heavy rain.

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