Benidorm is a popular tourist destination in the eastern part of Spain. It receives many visitors from both inland Spain and other countries each year, primarily in the summer. The climate in Benidorm is warm and arid, with hot summers and mild winters. The rainy season in Benidorm is in late summer, with August seeing the most rain.
Visitors can expect warm and sunny conditions anytime between May and October, when Benidorm is at it warmest. The hottest month in Benidorm is August, when temperatures average in the high 80. June, July and September also generally have high temperatures. During the month of August, the temperatures of the ocean in the Benidorm area are at the highest, making swimming more enjoyable.
Those wishing to visit in the offseason should be aware that January is the coldest month, with temperatures in the 60s, and October is considered the rainy season in Benidorm. However, because the area is protected on three sides by mountains, the temperature generally stays mild and temperate year round, with not much difference between daytime and nighttime temperatures.