Weather forecast for the Camino Mozárabe from Málaga in August

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Start date
Aug 1
Start town
End date
Aug 21
End town
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Summary of your Camino

Total days
Total distance
465 km
Daily distance
22.1 km
Average high
Average low
Average precipitation
0.1 mm/day

The path starts in Málaga and goes through places like Almogía, Villanueva de la Concepción, and Antequera. The weather is usually hot, around 30 degrees Celsius, and it hardly rains. The sunny weather continues as the path goes through Villanueva de Algaidas, Encinas Reales, and Lucena.

The weather gets even hotter, around 35 degrees Celsius, when the path brings you to Doña Mencía, Baena, and Castro del Río. There could also be some rain, but it's rare.

The last part of the route goes from Santa Cruz to Córdoba and ends in Mérida. It's still hot during this part, with temperatures usually in the mid-thirties. It doesn't rain much, but it might a little.

So all in all, when you walk the Camino Mozárabe, it's usually sunny with just a bit of cloud or rain sometimes. Nights are a bit cooler, with temperatures in the twenties. No matter where you are on the route, you can expect lots of sunshine and clear skies.

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