Check here the weather in Santiago de Compostela today and next week at different times of the day to know what you should take with you and how to plan your visit.
Santiago de Compostela, 260 meters above sea level, has an oceanic climate with mild temperatures throughout the year. The average annual temperature of the city is 15º; While in winter the temperature drops to an average of 8 °, in summer it rises to 26 °. Precipitations in Santiago de Compostela are abundant throughout the year, although they are mainly concentrated in winter and variably in autumn and spring.
The city of Santiago is near the geographical center of Galicia and is part of the province of A Coruña. It is the end point for all the roads of Santiago that leave the Peninsula, as the French Way and other points of Europe and in turn start the route from the city of Santiago to the Atlantic coast, ending in Finisterre and Muxia.
The weather forecast is very important if you travel the Camino de Santiago, so that you always go prepared in case you find yourself with rainfall, know if it will raise or lower the temperature and in this way you can better plan your trip. Below you can find the weather in Santiago de Compostela today.
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