With amazing beaches and super fun nightlife, Spain is considered to be one of the most exotic countries in Europe. It is not just known for its beaches, but also its snowy mountains and deserts. The country is historically rich with the third rank in the number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world. It is also famous for the numerous festivals taking place. Spain is also architecturally marvellous with Islamic, Catholic and Renaissance architectural designs.
Best time to visit Spain
September to October and March to May is the best time to visit Spain.
The country is located in Western Europe, and due to this, it has Mediterranean climatic conditions. Spain has hot, (Read More)dry summers and wet, cold winters. However, the temperature mostly varies from the north to the south of Spain. Northern Spain, also known as The Green Spain or Secret Spain, should be visited anytime during the spring or fall. Throughout these months, you can roam around the places and enjoy some of the magnificent local festivals with much lesser crowd around, a host of ideal accommodation options, and the most suitable weather conditions. During winters, Northern Spain is deserted and gloomy due to icy cold temperature and rains and the Sierra Nevada Mountains in South is the most visited place by the tourists. It is one of the most sought-after ski destinations and here, the temperature remains cool and comfortable for all. Summers are warm and humid in Spain, and the temperature often rises above 113 degrees F. Also, coastal areas like San Sebastian, Costa Blanca and Costa Brava are the most crowded with expensive accommodation options. There isn’t any monsoon season per se in Spain. However, late October and November are often the wettest months in the country. Spain celebrates a host of festivities throughout the year and anytime in the year is good to experience their local revelries in some part or the other. The weather conditions, though, depends upon the part of Spain you wish to visit.