The weather in Spain varies considerably between regions. Madrid and the centre experiences a continental climate which locals describe as “9 months of winter and 3 months of hell”.
Inland Andalucia scorches in the summer with the town of Ecija near Seville known as “El sartén de España” … the frying pan of Spain. Temperatures have occasionally touched on 50ºC in this region on the odd day during the last few summers.
Some of the most beautiful scenery in Spain lies along the north Atlantic coast from the French border across to Galicia where stunning green valleys result from the high rainfall totals.
Spain Weather Stations
We have Spain weather information and current forecasts from all the following destinations:
Costa Blanca Weather
Costa del Sol Weather
Gran Canaria Weather
San Sebastian Weather
When to Visit Spain
Because of the geographic and climatic diversity of Spain the decision on when is the best time to visit depends on many factors. Take a look at our “When to Visit Spain” article to help you decide according to what you’re looking for from your visit.