Guía de Isora has a climate that is unique. Gentle, warm and moderate, it’s also one of the regions of the island blessed with the highest average number of hours of sunshine per year.
Being a municipality that extends from the sea all the way up into the mountains, the temperatures can vary quite considerably depending where you are. The higher zones have the more changeable climates whereas the coastal areas are more temperate.
The coastal strip is situated below an altitude of 200 metres and has a predominantly dry climate with higher temperatures, scarce rainfall and an annual average of 24ºC. In the central zones, which lie between 600 and 800 metres above sea level, the climatic conditions vary and the temperatures drop to an average of 18ºC. Whilst in the mountainous regions, which are higher than 1000 metres above sea level, the weather becomes more changeable and cooler with an average annual temperature of around 10ºC.
Whichever season you choose to visit, the weather is perfect.