Warm blue water, summer temperatures and plenty of sun - are certainly not attributes with which one as Central Europeans would like to describe the month of November.
November is unfortunately the month in which you can be absolutely certain that it will take a long time before you can walk to the ice cream parlor in shorts. The days begin when you get up in the dark and come home when it's already dark again.
Should I continue to write depressing things about November? Rather, we don't all know how much the weather in November can get you down.
Fuerteventura is summerly warm in November
Autumn is the secret high season in Fuerteventura. When the weather in Central Europe worsens again, it looks as if summer never ends in Fuerteventura.
Even in winter, spring to summer temperatures still prevail in Fuerteventura.
In November, air temperatures of 25 to 30 degrees are still completely normal. The water is still significantly more than 20 degrees and with statistical 5 rainy days a year the sun always shines in Fuerteventura.
In November you can still lie on the beach in the sun, swim, wear shorts and flip flops and, above all, surf!
The waves in November in Fuerteventura
That autumn and winter are the best seasons to surf in Fuerteventura is no longer a secret and does not need to be explained in detail. Very briefly: In autumn and winter the wind is only very weak, there are regular strong waves from the Atlantic, so that on all our beaches to which we go surfing there are very good waves for beginners and advanced.
I could still write how many good waves I surfed in November, but I still save my euphoria for the blog articles that I will write on again in November when I sit happy and exhausted after a surf session in front of the computer.
Without exaggeration - November is one of the best months to travel to Fuerteventura and surf. The water is warm, the weather is still midsummer and there are very good partly perfect waves for learning to surf and for advanced surfers every day.