Spain Vacations in July

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Spain Vacations in July

Spain in July at a Glance

When planning your vacation to Spain in July, you should consider these travel tips to ensure the best vacation experience.

Lush countrysides and shimmering Mediterranean beaches beckon you to explore the beautiful country of Spain. You will be greeted by friendly faces among the warm hospitality of Spanish culture. You can stroll through charming villages and relax along the shore like the locals. During the month of July, you can venture at night to the lively tapas bars to sample a variety of meats, cheeses, olives, and other culinary delights. In the city, you will certainly hear the sultry melodies of Spanish guitar and the passionate rhythm of authentic flamenco music.


You should consider visiting these regions of Spain during July because the weather is dry and mild.

Galicia: Galacia is known for its beautiful seaside towns, lush landscapes, and delicious seafood. The region is also the final destination along the Camino de Santiago, which is located in the city of Santiago de Compostela.

Asturias: Asturias is regarded as a scenic region of Spain with expansive farmlands, glistening ocean fronts, and popular surf spots. The region is also home to exquisite culinary delights, such as cachopo, favada, and sparkling cider. Asturias is also home to the breathtaking Lakes of Covadonga.

Basque Country: The Basque Country is a unique region of Spain with a culture of its own. Basque Country is home to a vibrant culture and endless sightseeing opportunities, including the Guggenheim Art Museum, the beaches of San Sebastian, and the church of San Juan Gaztelugatxe. The Basque Country is revered for its sophisticated pintxos and txakoli wine.


Average temperatures in Southern Spain can reach upwards of 90 degrees Fahrenheit in July.

During July, temperatures in northern Spain are mild, especially in the regions of Galicia, Asturias, and the Basque Country.


There are 46.6 million people in Spain.


Spain's primary religion is Roman Catholicism.


The official language of Spain is Castilian Spanish. It is spoken throughout Spain.

Galician (Galicia), Catalan (Catalunya), and Basque (Basque Country) are also official languages of Spain that are most common in their respective regions.


The official currency of Spain is the Euro.

Where to Visit in Spain in July

Especially during the month of July, it's important to plan in advance when traveling to Spain. Temperatures in southern Spain can often reach upwards of 90 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. On the contrary, northern Spain is usually dry and mild in July.

Galicia: Galicia is located in the westernmost corner of Northern Spain and sits to the north of Portugal. Because it's largely secluded from the rest of Spain, its culture and cuisine are unique. When you travel to Galicia, you will fall in love with the lush landscapes, charming downtown area, nearby fishing villages, and delicious seafood. Galicia is also famously regarded as the endpoint of the Camino de Santiago, which is a pilgrimage that extends across the country along nearly a dozen routes.

Asturias: Asturias is located just to the west of Galicia in the northern region of Spain. Here, life is laid back, quiet, and simple. The most prominent cities are Oviedo and Gijon, and the region boasts a handful of seaside villages. Nightlife is lively here, and the region is also home to impeccable sightseeing, including the Lakes of Covadonga and hikes along a canyon.

Basque Country: For years, the Basque Country has asserted its distinctive cultural and political autonomy from the rest of Spain. Each of the region's metropolitan cities, namely Bilbao and San Sebastian, buzzes with activity into the late evening hours. During the day, you can visit Bilbao's Guggenheim Museum and the stunning beaches of San Sebastian. In the evening, you can enjoy an evening of bar hopping to experience the very best of pintxos and Basque Country’s nightlife. Other highlights include San Juan Gaztelugatxe, Santa Clara Island, Plentzia, and Guernica.

Essential Experiences in Spain in July

Northern Spain offers visitors plenty of sightseeing opportunities year-round. You should consider these outdoor activities during the month of July because the weather is dry and the temperatures are refreshingly mild.

Galicia's Captivating Camino de Santiago: You can travel to the seaside region of Galicia to experience the magic of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage. Hikers often travel from as far as Spain's northeast border with France or Spain's southern region of Andalucia. You can indulge in a scenic hike from Cape Finisterre to the Santiago de Calatrava for a brief sample of the arduous cross-country hike. Alternatively, you can hike to the Camino's endpoint by starting in the city of A Coruna, which is known for its Roman lighthouse and the Tower of Hercules. In the afternoon, you can visit the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela and enjoy authentic fried octopus.

Asturias' Countryside Retreat: You can explore northern Spain's illustrious countryside in Asturias. You can spend a few days exploring Oviedo's downtown and the world-renowned surf beaches of Gijon. Then, you can break away from city life to explore the stunning Lakes of Covadonga. After a steep drive on switchback roads through the Picos de Europa mountainside, you will come to the picturesque Lakes of Covadonga.

Basque Country's Metropolitan Adventure: You can get lost among the fervor of city life in the Basque Country. In Bilbao, you can visit the iconic Guggenheim Museum, stroll through the Plaza Nueva, and spend the evening exploring trendy pintxos bars. You can also take a short drive to San Sebastian to sunbathe along La Concha Beach, explore the historic downtown, and ride the funicular up the hillside for a panoramic view of the city. You can also uncover beauty beyond Basque Country's urban areas when you visit Bakio, Mermeo, Plentzia, Guernica, and San Juan Gaztelugatxe.

Travel Considerations

Prior to your arrival, you should consider these travel tips so that you can make the most of your trip to Spain this July.


July in southern Spain can be extremely hot with temperatures that average 85-90 degrees Fahrenheit, although 100-degree days are also common. July in northern Spain is dry, and temperatures are mild. Northern Spain can be quite rainy at other times of the year, which means that landscapes are green and lush in the summertime. In the event of inclement weather, your Zicasso trip specialist will be ready to adjust your itinerary accordingly.


Between cities: Northern Spain is less interconnected than the areas that surround Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia. It's recommended that visitors travel by plane between cities. For short trips between cities like Bilbao and San Sebastian, buses and private shuttle services are available and recommended.

Within cities: Some cities, such as Bilbao, have metro systems. All cities offer bus and taxi services.

Accessibility: For those with limited mobility, private and public ground transportation services are available in the city. By partnering with Zicasso, you can arrange ground transportation with ease, and a Zicasso travel specialist can make sure that you still see the sights, experience the activities, and stay at the accommodations that you desire.


In general, traveling to Spain does not require any specific attire, especially when sightseeing in major cities.

You should plan to bring durable walking or hiking shoes if you plan to explore areas outside of the city.

You should avoid traveling with roller bags because they can be difficult to maneuver along the cobblestone streets of most of Spain's downtown areas.

Weather Considerations

Summers in Spain are generally dry, and the temperatures are mild. You may consider packing an umbrella or raincoat in the off-chance of rain, although this is uncommon.

Electrical Considerations

Spain operates on a 230V supply and 50Hz. Converters may be needed for smaller electronics without an automatic step down conversion. Spain uses round, two-pronged outlets. In some cases, USB outlets may be available, but you should bring an outlet converter just in case.

Pharmaceutical Considerations

Remember to pack all prescribed medications with you. In the case that you need to visit a pharmacy, you can locate one in all major Spanish cities. You should note that pharmacies (and other businesses) are often closed or have limited hours on Sundays.

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Travel Documents

Making sure that you are carrying the appropriate travel documents is essential for any traveler when visiting Spain. For this reason, you should be sure to pack the proper paperwork to ensure the most pleasant and problem-free travel experience. Listed below are some of the most important documents to have on you while traveling in Spain:

  • Personal medical information
  • Pertinent information regarding any condition(s) from your doctor, especially including any medication that you are taking
  • Emergency contact information
  • Passport
  • Visa, if necessary
  • Proof of airline tickets and reservations
  • Customs forms and documents
  • Hotel or accommodation reservations
  • Travel and medical insurance (see above section regarding this)

Your Zicasso travel specialist will be able to provide requirements specific to your trip, although responsibility always lies with the traveler to ensure that all is in order. Travel requirements can and do change with little to no notice, so all are wise to stay updated as your trip nears.

Finances & Tipping

Spain operates largely on a cash economy. This is especially true in smaller towns and villages; however, ATMs are readily available. You should plan to bring cash to minimize ATM fees.

Tipping is not common in Spain. At most, a few extra euros at a restaurant is considered generous. For guidelines related to tipping hotel staff, guides, and restaurant staff, you should speak with your Zicasso travel specialist for specific guidelines.

Safety & Accessibility of Resources

To ensure a safe and enjoyable vacation, you should review the following safety recommendations.

Overall, Spain is a safe country. Most crimes are limited to petty thefts, such as pickpocketing. Travelers should feel safe to explore cities during the day and evening.

Crime Rate

Spain's crime rate is among the lowest in Spain and continues to decline.

Things to look out for

You should be cautious of pickpockets when traveling by metro or visiting crowded tourist areas.

Medical & First Aid

If you are in need of medical aid when in Spain, you can visit a local hospital. You can speak to your Zicasso trip specialist for local recommendations in the event of an emergency.

It is recommended that all international travelers consult with a primary care physician prior to traveling. This information is not intended as a substitute for personalized guidance from a doctor.

Water & Food Safety

There are no concerns regarding the consumption of food and water throughout Spain. If you have dietary restrictions or preferences, you should make your waitstaff at restaurants aware because some diets may be less common in some regions (pescatarian, vegetarian, vegan, etc.).

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