Weather forecast for the Camino Mozárabe from Málaga in November

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Start date
Nov 1
Start town
End date
Nov 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
2.2 mm/day

The Camino Mozárabe path starts in Málaga, a city on Spain's coast, and ends in Mérida. In the south, the weather is mostly sunny or partly cloudy in November. It can also rain slightly. Daytime temperatures usually stay around 22 degrees Celsius and go down to about 18 degrees towards the end of the route. It's a good temperature for walking. Nighttime temperatures start around 16 degrees, going down to 10 degrees towards the end. You can expect light to medium rain.

When you go further north, the weather can be sunny, partly cloudy, or sometimes cloudy. You might also see some heavy rain showers. Daytime temperatures drop to 16-17 degrees. By the time you get to Mérida, it could be about 15 degrees. At night, temperatures can fall to 7-9 degrees. This makes early mornings and evenings a little cold. There is less rain in this part of the journey.

In conclusion, walking the Camino Mozárabe in November usually has mild weather and some rain. Despite the possible rain, the path sees a lot of sun, with more noticeable temperature changes between day and night than between different areas.

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