Seville, near Spain's southern coast in Andalusia, offers a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and wet winters. The average annual temperature is about 65 degrees Fahrenheit. The temperature drops off at night, so after dark is the best time to explore Seville.
The number of rainy days to expect during the rainy season is 8-9. Spring storms are possible, but they can be quite spectacular for folks toting a camera. The average annual temperature during the day is 77 degrees Fahrenheit; average nights weigh in at a comfortable-for-sleeping 55.
Late Spring and Early Fall are the best times to visit. If you must go in Summer, expect heat and reserve your lodging in advance, as this is the major vacation time in Spain.
The charts below show the historic average high and low temperatures in Seville and the month by month precipitation totals.
Try refreshing the page if info doesn't appear