When you are preparing to organize a trip, one of the elements that most affects the climate. Here we will try to provide useful information on when to go to Spain.
The country has interminable kilometers of coastline and, at the same time, numerous mountain areas, second for vastness, in Europe, only Switzerland. Given the complexity, the climate of the Iberian Peninsula varies depending on the area. In general, 5 different climatic areas can be identified. On the other hand, the Canary Islands, located in the Atlantic Ocean, face the African coast.
For sea lovers, the best time to go to Spain is July and August. In these months the sea temperatures are quite hot. The only drawback for those wishing to visit museums and monuments is the scorching heat a bit 'everywhere.
The mantles of the mountain, will be able to console itself December to April, considered high season. Who, instead, wanted to visit cities like the Capital, will find in April, May, September and October, the ideal months, despite the frequent, and sudden, reverses.
Barcelona, is ideal in June and early July, when you can visit the beauties and take a dip in the city, or in the beautiful neighboring towns. The period from April to October, is the best one to go to discover Seville, Malaga, Ansalusia and Costa del Sol. If you are looking for the best events, you will find the best proposals from May to September; October, November, and February, however, are the most greedy of events and festivals.
Through our κ index, we provide an evaluation, in general, for every single month. In this way, you can evaluate the best period when going to Spain, depending on the type of holiday.
Every month is good to visit Spain. Above all because there are no events of international appeal that, alone, are worth the trip. The Top month, good for every occasion, is, in our opinion, April. For those who love the mountains, there is still a way to have fun at high altitude. For those wishing to visit museums and monuments, it will find, almost everywhere, pleasant temperatures. Lovers of the sea, however, can opt for the timeless Canary.
Unless you are fond of high altitude, winter is probably the worst time to visit Spain. The least recommended month is, in our opinion, January.