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Friday, October 01, 2010

Tenerife in October

Valley Vines

Valley Vines

Grapes in the Ycoden-Daute-Isora wine region, the most ancient wine region in Spain, approved by Shakespeare, are usually harvested in early October.

Tenerife Weather in October

Tenerife features the lowest temperature 'difference' between summer and winter for anywhere in the world. The minimum and maximum annual average air temperatures in Tenerife are about 15C in winter and 24C in summer.

October Averages Tenerife UK
Daily hours of sunshine 6.9 3.2
Daytime temperature C 22.8 13.6
Sea temperature C 23 -
Days with rain 3 11.8
In October, you should enjoy an average of 6.9 daily hours of sunshine in Tenerife (in contrast to an optimistic 3.2 hours in England).

The average daytime temperature in October in Tenerife is listed as 22.8 degrees centigrade. This is, of course, an average for the entire island. And, no matter where you are on the island, it is sure to be better than the English equivalent, given as a maximum of 13.6 degrees centigrade.

The sea temperature in Tenerife in October averages at 23C.

The average is 3 days with rain in October. Better than the 11.8 days in the UK.

Tenerife Fiestas in October

October 12th is a Public Holiday throughout Spain for the Fiesta Nacional de España / Spanish National Holiday. It’s sometimes also referred to as Día de la Hispanidad and, of course, is better known as Columbus Day to our colonial cousins.

On and around October 25th, Buenavista del Norte celebrates it’s main annual fiestas, with an ample calendar of gala events, in honour of the town’s patron, Nuestra Señora de los Remedios (Our Lady of the Remedies), who is supposed to have miraculously seen off a plague of locusts that had devastated the area in 1659.

All events are liable to change beyond our control.

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