Weather forecast for the Camino Mozárabe from Almería in December

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Start date
Dec 1
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End date
Dec 27
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Summary of your Camino

Total days
Total distance
609 km
Daily distance
22.5 km
Average high
Average low
Average precipitation
2.5 mm/day

The Camino Mozárabe starts in Almería, where usual weather is mildly warm and mostly sunny with little rain. As you move towards the mountains of Sierra Nevada, stopping at Alboloduy and Abla, the weather stays sunny but gets much colder, with more rain.

The trip continues through Huéneja, Alquife and Guadix. Here the weather stays mostly sunny or partly cloudy, very cold at night with a little bit of rain.

The middle part of the trip around La Peza and Quéntar up to Granada, is slightly warmer and mostly sunny or partly cloudy with a small amount of rain.

The weather remains similar as you climb further to Pinos Puente and then to Moclín, but it gets a bit warmer.

At the higher parts of the journey, in Alcalá la Real and Alcaudete, rain is more common, with cooler temperatures.

Near the end of the trip in places like Castro del Río, Santa Cruz, and Córdoba, expect it to be warmer with sun, clouds and sometimes lots of rain. In areas like Cerro Muriano up to Villaharta, it can rain a lot.

The trip ends in Alcaracejos and Mérida. Here the weather is usually a mix of sun, clouds, and sometimes heavy rain, but temperatures are not too cold or too hot. Rain is usually moderate.

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