Holidays for the discerning
If you plan to vacation, you will definitely want to he was best spent. In the end, during the year we have a few days of complete freedom and vacation time probably unique for each of us. So if our horizon begins to appear vision rest,. It let's get behind his plan. It turns out that southern Europe still enjoys great interest among the local countries is still dominated by Spain, which is the country of oranges, wine, singing, beautiful beaches and smiling people. I must admit that where, as where, but where everyone can find something for everyone. Do not waste thus no time, and opt for a travel agency that will provide us with an enjoyable holiday destination in Spain was. Certainly not regret your choice!
Have you ever been in Spain?
Where to spend your dream vacation? For example, in Spain. It is a perfect place for sea and sunbathing lovers. I guess everybody should find something interesting - You prefer art galleries or city breaks? Are You Looking for a luxury hotel, private beach, or do you want to rent a boat? Or maybe you like to get to know culture by tasting local cuisine? It s perfect place for You - Spanish cuisine is one of the tastiest in the world - it is good for you health too. Try fresh seafood, go for a great and delicious tapas bars, bring back home some bottles of local wine . Or maybe you like to spend some time in museums, see the sights and learn about the history? Madrid, Barcelona, ??Malaga and many other cities where you can find treasures of art and architecture.
Spain - visit the country where certainly You will not be bored, explore the southern part of Europe, try delicious food and let yourself for a lot of fun. And come back next year :).
Climate in Spain
Three main climatic zones can be separated, according to geographical situation and orographic conditions:
The Mediterranean climate, characterised by warm and dry summers. It is dominant in the peninsula, with two varieties: Csa and Csb according to the Köppen climate classification. The Csb Zone, with a more extreme climate, hotter in summer and colder in winter, extends to additional areas not typically associated with a Mediterranean climate, such as much of central and northern-central of Spain (e.g. Valladolid, Burgos, León).
The semi-arid climate (Bsh, Bsk), located in the southeastern quarter of the country, especially in the region of Murcia and in the Ebro valley. In contrast with the Mediterranean climate, the dry season extends beyond the summer.
The oceanic climate (Cfb), located in the northern quarter of the country, especially in the region of Basque Country, Cantabria, Asturias and partly Galicia. In contrary to the Mediterranean climate, winter and summer temperatures are influenced by the ocean, and have no seasonal drought.
Apart from these main types, other sub-types can be found, like the alpine climate in the Pyrenees and Sierra Nevada, and a typical desert climate in the zone of Almería and in most parts of the Canary Islands; while in higher areas of the Canary Islands the predominant climate is subtropical.
The below-listed list covers the average temperatures of three major cities in Spain; Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia along with Santa Cruz de Tenerife which has a significantly different climates to the predominant climate in Spain. More information regarding temperature can be found in city articles and the main article about the Spanish climate.