Girona has a moderate climate most of the year. A few days below 0ºC in winter and a few above 40ºC in summer are the exceptions. There are clear seasonal differences.
Winter (December to February) can be glorious with cold nights (below freezing but not too much) and sunny warm days (10-15ºC) especially when we have a high- pressure zone sitting overhead. There are days of rain and cold, but on the whole they are not too frequent and after a few days the sun comes back out again.
Spring (March to May) can be a wonderful time with showers and sun making everything grow furiously and colours dominating the landscape again. This can be a delightful season to visit especially for sporting activities.
Summer (June to August) is hot and, inland away from coastal breezes, can be humid for a few weeks in July and August. Any sporting activities should be undertaken early in the morning to avoid the heat of midday. The beaches get crowded as do the roads leading to the coast, so planning is important to avoid queues and delays.
Autumn (September to November) is another fine time to visit as good weather is normally guaranteed without the excess heat of the summer months and without much rain.