Alcossebre is a small town located in Castello, along the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Enclosed within the Valencian community, Alcossebre has a beautiful view of the Serra d’Irta Mountian in its southern region, a feature which has seen the small seaside village develop into an active tourism hub over the years. Alcossebre is home to stunning beaches along its coastline complete with amazing resorts and holiday homes. However, the village remains beautifully conservative and is so far only mildly urbanized. Its townscape consists only of moderately large buildings, albeit not as dense as those in a city. The main tourist attractions in Alcossebre are the beautiful beaches and stunning coves. As much as only five of the beaches are developed for the numerous water activities, there are several more that remain natural and unspoiled, from where visitors still have fun in the turquoise blue clear waters.
Alcossebre experiences a hot-summer Mediterranean climate that is Köppen classified as Csa. The weather is characteristic of warm to hot summers and mild and pleasant winters. Spring and autumn are transitional seasons and are usually mild and lovely. The climate may, however, appear to border significantly on the warm temperate, subtropical climate. Generally, in Alcossebre, the coldest month is January usually with temperature highs of between 14.1°C (57.4°F) and 21.3°C (70.3°F) and lows of between 4.5°C (40.1°F) and 12.6°C (54.7°F). Occasionally, the temperature may be influenced by the breezes from the sea, though. The hottest month of the year in Alcossebre is August, with a high range of 28.3°C (82.9°F) and 35.1°in temperature during the day and a mild average of 23.1°C (73.6°F) during most nights. During winter, from December to February, the temperature drops considerably, albeit within the mildly warm range. The average temperature during the day is 17.6°C (63.7°F), and at night it is 8.7°C (47.7°F). The weather remains pleasant, and snowfall is scarce. On top of that, there are up to five and a half hours of sunshine per day, making the days a lot warmer than registered. Most of the rainfall falls during winter, even though it remains moderately low - an average of 38.1mm (1.5") across approximately four rainfall days per month. Summer is long and hot, lasting from mid-April to Mid-November. The earlier weeks of summer are more refreshing and lovely as are the last few weeks of the season. But the peak of summer is extremely hot, with a daily average of 30°C (86°F) in temperature, which drops considerably to 21.1°C (70°F) at night on average. Summer barely receives rainfall - there is an average of 38.1mm (1.5") in precipitation across approximately three rainfall days per month. The sea breezes may reduce the summer scorch considerably, and with up to nine hours of sunshine per day and extended daylight hours, this makes it the perfect time to tour Alcossebre. Spring and autumn are transitional seasons, and they are very short, but both have mild and pleasant weather and ample sunshine. Valencia is typically an all-year-round travel destination, but most visitors check in more during the warmers months. This time is preferable ad the weather is warm and lovely to enable a perfect tour of the seaside city. The cool breezes from the sea help to reduce the heat considerably to make it moderately tolerable to visit.