Spain is home to some of the most remarkable cities such as San Sebastian, Cordoba and Toledo, the largest country in southern Europe and the second largest in Europe. Spain is also on the 3rd place in the Unesco World Heritage List after Italy and China. In the north of Spain, which shares the Iberian Peninsula with Portugal, France and Andorra, the Atlantic Ocean in the northwest, and Morocco and Gibraltar in the south. Spain is also the only European country neighboring an African country (Morocco).
Madrid, Valencia, Barcelona, Malaga, and Bilbao are the largest cities. There are also the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean, Balear Islands in the Mediterranean, and Ceuta and Melilla in North Africa. Whether it is festivals or historical events, Spain continues to be a frequent destination for millions of tourists every year with its beaches and seas.
In the country that hosted many large festivals, the second week of January is filled with drum sounds. The La Tombarroda Festival in San Sebastian is one of the most stunning festivals where the city is prohibited from sleeping. Corpus Christi, a Catholic tradition, is celebrated in many cities, churches, and squares of Spain. In July, Spain takes on a completely different identity with the adventure of colorful flowers and the spirit of entertainment spread throughout all the cities. By following the calendars of these festivals, organizing your Spanish travel will provide you with a colorful cultural travel plan.
Weather in Spain
The Mediterranean climate in Catalonia, Andalusia, and BalearIslands is not very cold in winter months, but summer is quite hot. The average temperature is 13 degrees in winter and the summers are around 28 degrees. Rainfall in these areas falls mostly in spring and autumn. The Oceans-Continental climate is dominant in the regions of the country and this climate is in centers such as Madrid. Here the winters are quite cold and summers are hot. The best time to visit Spain is spring or fall. The summers are very hot in popular tourist places like Seville, Cordoba. However, the northern regions are ideal for exploring in the summer.
Seasons in Spain
Spring – March, April and May.
Summer – June, July and August.
Autumn – September, October and November.
Winter – December, January and February.