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Weather on the Camino de Santiago

What you're likely to encounter on our trips in this area

Climate conditions differ greatly on all the Caminos de Santiago, depending on season and area.  In general, the best weather for walking any of the Caminos de Santiago is from mid-April to late June and then from early September to mid October. March and November can fine too, just be prepared for colder temperatures and more rain. July and August are too hot for most people, especially on the Meseta section (Logroño to Astorga) of the Camino Frances. Rain can be expected at any time anywhere and Santiago is Spain’s wettest city, so be sure to come prepared!

For annual weather data on specific towns along the Caminos, please click here to see our personally written PDF….

See these links to weather sites with current conditions and up to 10-day forecasts for several key towns along the Camino.