Weather forecast for the Camino de Muxía & Finisterre in June

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Start date
Jun 1
Start town
Santiago de Compostela
End date
Jun 4
End town
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Summary of your Camino

Total days
Total distance
113 km
Daily distance
28.3 km
Average high
Average low
Average precipitation
2.0 mm/day

The Camino de Muxía & Finisterre, which stretches from Santiago de Compostela city to the beach towns of Muxía and Fisterra, has the changing weather common in northern Spain.

Usually, you will have various types of days - sunny, cloud-covered, and occasionally rainy. You might experience light or heavy rain. Also, there can be periods of sunshine, especially at the beginning of your trip. Even if it rains, you may still have hot and bright days. The weather can change quickly during your trip.

The temperatures are usually pretty comfortable. Typical daytime temperatures are in the low twenties degrees Celsius, and at night it can drop to around 10 degrees Celsius. So, your journey should be mostly mild and pleasant.

Rainfall patterns vary, but on most days you can expect it to rain somewhere between 1 and 2.5 mm. Some days may have even more rain.

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