Camino Weather Map
Weather on the Camino the Santiago can vary depending on the Camino route and the season of the year. The most popular Camino trail is the French way; it extends from Northeast to Northwest Spain, winters are mild with rainfall and in summer temperatures rarely exceed 25ºC.
In the north of Spain you can enjoy an average of 1584 to 2223 hours of sunshine per year. So even during winter days you can experience cold temperatures but with the sun shining in the blue sky.
To help you plan your Camino better we have developed the Camino Weather Map to keep you informed about the climate conditions every month of the year.
Weather on the Camino de Santiago
Weather on the Camino de Santiago may vary depending on the trail you opt to walk and the season. The Camino has nine major routes, the main ones are in northern Spain. The weather in northern Spain is oceanic, characterised by soft winters, not too hot summers, and precipitation.
Seasons on the Camino de Santiago
- Spring: March, April, May
- Summer: June, July, August
- Autumn: September, October, November
- Winter: December, January, February
The French way is the most popular route, which extends from the Pyrenees to the Galician Coast. There are also two trails that start in Portugal and one that extends from Seville to Santiago de Compostela.
Spring is one of the most popular seasons to go on the Camino. Temperatures slowly get warmer; it goes from 13°C (55°F) in March to 18°C (64°F) in May. The days still have a tendency to be half rainy and half sunny.
Summer is peak season on the Camino. In general, from June to August it can be very warm in Spain. However, the weather in north Spain can be cooler than in the rest of the country in summer. The sun is shining for a majority of the days every month. However, in Sarria in particular, there is a higher chance of rain. Temperatures average around 25°C (77°F) if you opt to go on one of the recommended summer routes, for example: the French Way from Le Puy to Pamplona and Portuguese Coastal Route.
Autumn is also a very popular season to go on the Camino. Temperatures cool to around 23°C (73°F) in September, 18°C (64°F) in October, and 13°C (55°F) in November. As the temperatures drop, there is also a higher chance of rain along the route.
Walking the Camino in winter can be very challenging due to the cold, snow and ice. In winter, the probability of rain is very high and temperatures on the Camino average around 13°C (55°F) if you opt to go on one of the recommended winter routes, for example: the Via de la Plata route and Portuguese Coastal route.