Weather forecast for the Camino de Madrid in April

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Start date
Apr 1
Start town
End date
Apr 29
End town
Santiago de Compostela
metric (°C, mm, km)

Summary of your Camino

Total days
Total distance
684 km
Daily distance
23.6 km
Average high
Average low
Average precipitation
2.3 mm/day

The Camino de Madrid starts in Madrid city where spring weather is usually around 17°C in the day and cooler at night. The weather can change and it can be sunny or rainy.

As you go north through small towns and into mountain areas near Cercedilla, it gets colder and might rain more.

Then, the path heads northwest to Segovia. Here, spring is a bit warmer, but it can still rain, even on sunny days.

Traveling more to the northwest through Castilla y León, you might see heavy rain, especially in places like Peñaflor de Hornija and Medina de Rioseco. But, you will also see sunny days.

When you get to León, the daytime weather usually gets warmer, but it can still rain, even though there are more sunny days.

The last part of the Camino de Madrid goes into Galicia. Here, you will see different types of weather: cloudy, rainy, and sunny. Galicia is usually cooler than the other areas, especially at night.

So, on the Camino de Madrid, expect spring weather: mild temperatures and different weather conditions like sunny, partly cloudy, and rainy days. The temperature can change a lot, especially from day to night, so be ready for these changes.

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