Than tourists are attracted by Spain? Reason number one: climate. Spain is famous for warm subtropical climate, with Mediterranean prevailing in the North Eastern coast and continental in the highlands in the Central part of the state. Spain has dozens of pristine beaches like on the Mediterranean coast and the Atlantic.
Madrid is one of the sunniest cities of Europe. After all its main square is called The Puerta del Sol (Spanish for "Gate of the Sun") for reason. Also it is fourth of European hottest capital cities. Global location, features of relief and hydrography of the region result mixed weather conditions with features of continental and Mediterranean climate.
Barcelona is major city port in north-eastern part of Spain. It is situated on coasts of the Balearic Sea in 120 km (74.5 mi.) to south from border with France. The city has Mediterranean climate with wild dry winters and warm rainy summers. Average annual temperature is 18 °C (64 °F) and hardly ever drops below freezing.
Weather condition in continental part of the country and its island are different. Most of its territory lies in the zone of subtopic Mediterranean climate however only in couple of regions it has no special features. In addition climate of the country is influenced by the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.
Spain is the country in south-western Europe and partially in Africa. It occupies most of the Iberian Peninsula. Around 90% of its territory is mountains or highlands. Spain is washed by the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. Single significant plain region is the Baetic Depression in south of the country.
Spain is the country in south-western Europe. It occupies majority of the Iberian Peninsula, range of island in the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean (close to western shores of Africa) and small enclave on northern coast of Africa. The country has mountainous relief. Up to 90% of its territory is mountains of highlands.