when to go?
With the south of Spain enjoying more than 320 sunny days a year, this is a year-round destination. July and August are the hottest and driest months across the country. The Canary Islands are a top choice for sunseekers in the winter months thanks to an average temperature of 22°C from December to February and six hours of sunshine a day.
The Natural Wonders
Spain has it all: dramatic mountains, thick forests, glorious beaches, dusty deserts and towering volcanoes. Among its most awe-inspiring natural wonders are the snow-capped peaks of Sierra de Nevada. Rising out of the plains of Andalucía, the mountain range has Europe’s most southerly ski resort. For the highest peak in Spain, though, look to Tenerife and the Teide National Park where the volcanic Mount Teide looms. Rare endemic plants grow here too, best spotted on its incredible web of hiking trails. Whales, dolphins and turtles are common sightings around the island’s waters. Both Spain’s mainland and islands are blessed with some of Europe’s best beaches.
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