Climate of Chipiona
Chipiona is dominated by the local steppe climate. There is little rainfall throughout the winters. This location is classified as Csa by Köppen and Geiger. In Chipiona, the average annual temperature is 18.0 ° C. The average rainfall is approximately 540 mm.
The driest month is July, with 0 mm. The highest amount of precipitation occurs in December, with an average of 88 mm.
The hottest month of the year with an average temperature of 24.8 °C in August. The lowest average temperatures of the year occur in January, when it is around 11.5° C.
Monuments of Chipiona
- The most famous monument of the town, is the Chipiona lighthouse. It is the largest lighthouse in Spain, the 3rd in Europe and the 5th in the world.
- The Marina: early 90s was built of the Marina port, it is located very close to the mouth of the Guadalquivir, in 2008 is subjected to a process of enlargement.
- The Shrine of Our Lady of Regla: The building was built by the Franciscan missionary community and the Duke of Montpensier around the early twentieth century.
- Castle Chipiona: museum of “Cadiz and the New World”.
- Muscat Museum:It is Located in the Cooperative Agricultural Catholic.It was exposed by 2012
Gastronomy of Chipiona
Since time immemorial, Chipiona has generated an intimate communication between land and sea. It is, therefore, an agricultural and seafaring city.
The versatility of the ingredients of the sea or the fertile plain is manifested in the singularity of its dishes. Our recipes, tasty and healthy, are a living reflection of the different customs and popular traditions.
The richness and variety of fish and seafood provided by the Atlantic Ocean, which our fishermen so respectfully know how to catch, as well as the vegetables and fruit cultivated , are the protagonists of our cuisine.