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The Weather in Rota
Above are the weather conditions for Rota. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. February is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 7°. The rainiest month is March, while the driest month is July.
Beaches, bluefin tuna, and flamenco await at a Rota holiday letting
Flamenco, ancient history, and innumerable pristine beaches are just a small part of the lifestyle in Rota. Opting for a holiday cottage here offers the opportunity to try some of Spain's best seafood.
Seafood is the order of the day in Rota. Dig into fresh oysters and some of the world's best bluefin tuna. If you visit during the almadraba in May, you'll likely taste the freshest bluefin of your life. Local fishermen use a 3,000-year-old Phoenician method to snare these spectacular creatures.
Don't miss tortillitas de camarones (shrimp fritters), which are served crispy and lightly dusted with herbs in small cones. For a powerful taste of the sea, try ortiguillas (fried sea anemone). Peckish? Tuck into some crispy churros – thin, crispy snacks dipped in salt or chocolate.
Aquaparks and idyllic beaches
Children go wild for Aqualand, just a fifteen-minute-drive away in El Puerto de Santa María. Whizz down flumes, relax in a cabana, ride the waves in the wave pool, or splash about in the toddlers' play park – this colourful and entertaining world thrills children of all ages.
Bordered by fragrant herbs, Punta Candor is also ideal for families. Its moderate waves and protected shore conspire to produce some of the best bathing conditions around.
Flamenco in Cadiz
Founded by Phoenicians in about 1100 BCE, the ancient city of Cadiz is but a fifteen-minute trip round the coast. Stop by the Museo de Cádiz to see marble sarcophagi, the head of a statue of Emperor Trajan, and 17th-century paintings filled with angels and saints.
Catch some flamenco at Peña Flamenca la Perla de Cádiz, where the whooshing of dancers' dresses is echoed by the crashing of waves. Flamenco starts at ten every Friday night, before a crowd of baying fans. Don't miss your chance to witness Spain's traditional dance in full swing.
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