Weather forecast for the Camino Mozárabe from Málaga in October

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Start date
Oct 1
Start town
End date
Oct 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
1.4 mm/day

The Camino Mozárabe starts in Málaga on the Mediterranean Coast where the weather is usually warm and sunny. As you move to Almogía, there might be a little more rain but it’s still mostly sunny. In towns like Villanueva de la Concepción, Antequera, and Villanueva de Algaidas, it might rain a bit more.

In places like Encinas Reales and Lucena, it’s mostly sunny with a few cloudy days and the temperature stays pretty comfortable, between 23°C and 27°C.

When you get to Doña Mencía, Baena, and Castro del Río, the weather is mostly sunny with some cloudy days and a bit more rain.

In Santa Cruz and Córdoba, you might see more cloudy days and heavier rainfall.

The weather in Cerro Muriano, Villaharta, and Alcaracejos swings from sunny to cloudy with occasional heavy showers.

As you near the end of your journey in Monterrubio de la Serena, Castuera, Campanario, and Don Benito, the weather changes a lot. It rains more often.

When you reach Torrefresneda and then Mérida, expect some rainfall mixed with sunshine and cooler temperatures compared to the start of the trip.

So, on the Camino Mozárabe, you're likely to experience a lot of sun with a bit of rain showers and cool days, especially towards the end.

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