Because of its large size, mountain ranges, and coastal areas, Spain’s climate varies depending on location.
The high areas of central Spain (including Madrid) is subject to hot summers (more than 86oF or 30oC) and freezing cold winters.
Andalucia (the southern most part of Spain and the location of Cordoba, Cadiz, Malaga, Granada, and Seville) can get scorching hot in the summertime with temperatures surpassing 95oF (35oC).
The Pyrenees (mountains that form the natural border of Spain and France) region bears the brunt of winter coldness and heavy year round rainfall.
Mediterranean coastal areas (such as Valencia and Alicante) typically have milder and more humid weather than inland areas.
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Flamenco Class Valencia