Weather forecast for the Camino Mozárabe from Málaga in June

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Start date
Jun 1
Start town
End date
Jun 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
0.4 mm/day

The Camino Mozárabe starts in the sunny city of Málaga. Weather there is usually good with temperatures often in the mid-to-high 20s Celsius. Sometimes it may rain or be cloudy.

As you travel north into the country to places like Almogía, it stays warm, but the evenings and mornings are cooler. Rain is less likely.

In the middle of Andalusia, in towns like Lucena, it stays warm. There might be a bit more rain, but it's usually sunny.

Towards the end of your journey as you head to Córdoba, the weather stays sunny and gets slightly hotter, with temperatures in the low 30s Celsius. Rain is not very common.

Once you leave Andalusia and go into Extremadura, the weather doesn't change much. Cities like Mérida are very sunny and dry, but the afternoons are hot. Even though it can sometimes rain or be cloudy, it is usually sunny on the Camino Mozárabe.

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