Travelers should try to plan their trip to Vigo during the summer months.  These are the months when there is likely to be very little rain in the area and the temperatures are warm enough for visitors to enjoy taking advantages of the many beautiful beaches in the area.  The sea is cold however: this is the Atlantic ocean, remember, not the Med. The average summer high temperature in Vigo is in the eighties.  Lows drop down to about thirty degrees cooler than this so visitors will want to make sure to pack a jacket or sweater for summer evenings.

The rainy season in Vigo begins in about October and continues through May, although there tends to be a brief reprieve from the rain in March and April.  The wettest month is usually December which averages nearly twenty five inches of rainfall.  The temperatures during these cold months stay between thirty five and fifty degrees.  This means that there is no snow but the rainy weather tends to deter visitors.  The upside to travel to the area at this time is that accommodations are considerably less expensive.

Graphs depicting the climate and rainfall for the area of Vigo throughout the year (with temperatures depicted in both Celsius and Fahrenheit and rainfall depicted in both millimeters and inches) can be viewed online at http://www.world66.com/europe/spain/g... .   Updated weather information including short term forecasts is available through Weather City ( http://www.weathercity.com/es/vigo/ ) or Weather Underground ( http://www.wunderground.com/global/st... ).