Valencia is called "the city of light and colour" as it receives over 2,500 hours of sun and an average of 300 sunny days every year. The reason is the famous Mediterranean warm and dry climate that prevails within the territory, blessing the land with juicy oranges and spectacular flora.
The temperatures range between 20ºC in summer and 9ºC in winter and the climate tends to be humid. From November to March, the average temperature is in the region of 13ºC.
It rains infrequently and generally in autumn. Humidity is normally highest in summer.
Valencia has very mild Mediterranean climate, it lies on the Mediterranean Sea. In summer months Valencia has pretty high humidity. It gets cool from November to February. At the beginning of November can be still warm, but in other months its better to take some gloves or warm jacket with. Extreme rare are temperatures close to zero in Valencia, they are usually around 7 to 10 degrees Celcius. In autumn months the weather gets warmer. In months May and the end of September the heat comes out, the temperatures in summer months are around 35 to 40 degrees Celcius. Valencia is known for many sunny days. Rainy days are rare in this city. If it rains id doesn't rain long period of time. Rain is unpredictable, when it starts no one knows how long will last. It often rains at the end of October, September and in April, March.
Port and beach of Valencia are full of bars, discos and fancy restaurants to visit and to enjoy a real paella and a good wine. Long and urban beaches like the Malvarrosa, or the lonely and romantic one like El Saler and La Albufera (natural reserve), are a must. But you will find more than beach and sun in Valencia, you will be able to visit the old town with a lot of very interesting places to see like La Lonja, the Cathedral, the city hall, the old towers etc.And the modern part of the city with the City of Arts and Science of Calatrava (museums, aquarium, opera...)
Only people who have been to Valencia know what everyone else has missed - spectacular sandy beaches, excellent nightlife, incredible food and a city still undiscovered and unspoilt by mass tourism, lying on the warm Mediterranean Sea. The city has an extensive historic centre, a wonderful range of shops, plus excellent sports facilities, including the world-class marina, recently built for the 2007 Americas Yacht race. Hotels and restaurants offer you modern variations of regional dishes. You can choose accommodation in one of Valencia's hotels write on the beachfront. It could be good choice because nearby of the historic city centre, the city of Sciences museum, the Oceanographic Park and the city’s major cultural and business centres