Andalusia in November

by Julia
(Canada)

It seems like November is still a good time to visit Andalusia (we are not planning to go swimming). But I was wondering, is the landscape still as pretty as it is in early September? It seems to be mostly palm trees and evergreens anyway, but the rest of the trees would lose their leaves by that time of year. Would we be missing out on the scenery by going in November?
Great site by the way, thanks for the excellent tips!

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Jun 09, 2015
Andalusia in November
by: Adam

Julia, the entire Andalucia region is wonderful anytime of year you visit. By going in November you have some major benefits, the first is that it is a shoulder season and your hotels should be cheaper than say August or September. You should also experience less crowds at the tourist attractions like museums and cathedrals. Temperature wise Andalucia in November is fairly mild. It is a similar climate to that of the southern U.S. and places like Seville have a similar climate to say Austin Texas. The landscape in southern Spain varies depending where you are from olive groves to cypress trees, to oranges groves. It is a beautiful area to drive through as it has a little bit of everything rolling hills, mountains, beaches, farms, wind farms, white hill towns. I think anytime you can visit Spain is a good time and November will be just fine. Enjoy your trip!

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