I have been to both Gran canaria and salou in july and I have found that Gran canaria is a lot hotter but salous heat is a lot more bearable and i think salou offers a lot more things to do!
As far as the weather is concerned be prepared for all posibilities. I went last week June/first week July last year and it was incredibly hot, a heatwave by their standards.
Heading into Barcelona on the motorway there were information boards and they were showing the temperature at over 40 C. At tea-time, at the port, despite the sea breezes it was 37C.
In salou itself there are signs showing the temp and we saw it at 27C at 2am!
Its just like Britain - the weather has a mind of its own
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