The city of Calpe has a Mediterranean climate where summers are hot and dry, and the winters mild. March to June and September to November are the perfect times to visit Calpe's alluring beaches and picturesque landscape, have a taste of its delectable seafood dishes, and take part in its breathtaking festivals. In March and April, the beaches begin to come to life again as the weather warms up. Don't miss the fantastic Valencian festival of Saint Joseph the carpenter that is held every March. In May, rainfall is rare, the days get sunnier, and the nights grow warmer. The average temperature in May is 70 degrees Fahrenheit, perfect for a city trip or walking around. June's weather is typically sunny, with the sea temperature averaging 70 degrees Fahrenheit. It's the ideal month for swimming activities. July and August are characterized by sweltering temperatures, but these months have amazing events such as the Virgen de las Nieves festival, the famous bull run, and firework displays on the beach. The autumn weather in Calpe is usually mild, while the ocean is warm. You can take a dip in the sea or enjoy dramatic events such as the Moors and Christians Festival or the beer fiesta.