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The Weather in Matagorda
Check out the climate diagram for Matagorda. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 91° January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 46°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is October.
Dive with rays at Matagorda vacation rentals
Matagorda beach rentals open up thrilling adventures that span both Texan coastline and Lanzarote's cultural delights. From exotic animals to colorful crafts, your adventure will be unforgettable.
Museums and markets
Matagorda County Museum takes you on a fascinating tour of the county's cultural heritage. See artifacts from La Belle, a 17th-century shipwreck, and trace the lives of the ranchers and farmers who made Texas their home years ago.
Don't miss Teguise Market and Museum, the biggest market in the Canaries, at the center of Lanzarote. You'll see the region's cultural products, from lace to traditional cuisine. Panpipers and traditional dancers create a carnivalesque atmosphere.
Watersports and white tigers
Matagorda Beach is the locus of endless hours of family fun. Why not come stand-up paddleboarding with Matagorda Adventure Company? Paddle in the surf and picnic on the sand beneath the Texan sun. Alternatively, how about a Submarine Safari trip, during which you'll see shipwrecks and brightly colored fish shimmer past.
Day trip to meet the armadillos, drowsy iguanas, and white tigers at Rancho Texas Splash and Animal Park. Your family will be enthralled by this massive park, packed with the world's most unusual animals. Experience eagles flying inches above your head at displays, and watch sea lions complete tricks. There are even kayaks to paddle along in and gold panning for the little ones.
With Native Diving, you can dive beneath the surface of Lanzarote's glimmering ocean and explore the coral reefs that teem with marine life. Large-lipped groupers and slim barracudas glide through the waters. Look out for stingrays and harmless angel sharks scooting through the water as well.
San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge stretches before you for some 46,000 acres, which you can explore on foot or horseback. More than 300 bird species inhabit these wetlands along the sparkling Gulf of Mexico.
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