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    Posted: 31/March/2020 at 16:12
We were due to come over in March for a week, before our usual fortnight later in the Summer.

However, due to obvious circumstances, things have changed and we are looking to come over later in the year. Yes we could leave it till next year, but we'd like to do our bit in keeping the tourist money coming in and would like to make a trip over in early November.

I've a feeling that many will look to do something similar if the pandemic clears and the end of the summer/autumn could be very busy.

With that in mind, what could we expect weather-wise in November? Would my better half still be able to sit around the Pool etc? Is there any nightlife that late in the year? Are the evenings cold?

I know that it's horrendous around the World at the moment, but the thought of a trip over there when things settle down again, is a great thought and something to look forward to.

Stay safe everyone! 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Andrew Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01/April/2020 at 08:07
If you get lucky you could be by the pool in November, but equally it might be very wet.
Assuming it’s good, you won’t be in shorts of an evening and will need jumper or cardie.
If you get sitting out weather the temp will go, drop, as if someone flicked a switch, about 5.00pm at that time of year.
Oct, thru’ Feb, we’ve had torrential rain weeks and we’ve had glorious daytime temps and sunshine. It is, for those months, a bit of a lottery but if you don’t buy a ticket....
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Totally agree with Andrews description and it is a lottery!I have a birthday early November and we have been over loads of times for a short holiday. Have had more good than bad by a long way but when it is bad it can be very wet and windy. I say go for it so long as this wretched virus has been conquered.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Jock Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02/April/2020 at 12:35
I've had a few breaks there in October/November.  For me the weather has been great when compared to what it would be at home. I got a few of the thin single use ponchos from Ebay and carried one in my shoulder bag. They weren't needed often.  As for temperature it suited me but the locals were wearing warm boots and coats.  You'll need a sweater at night.
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