This page contains articles related to the weather in Spain. Especially the coastal areas and islands that we present on this website. Spain is a huge country and the climate varies from one area to another. This is also true for both groups of islands, with a distance of more than 2000 km separating them.
The Weather in Spain and the Average Temperatures
The weather in Spain is much colder during the winter months. Much of northern and northeastern Spain lie close to the Pyrenees mountains. Here the temperature can fall well below 0 degrees. This is also true for many of the areas of central Spain.
The average annual temperature in the north of Spain ranges between 5º and 10º Celsius in most places. The summer months will have an average temperature of 17º to 23º Celsius.
The climate in some Spanish regions can vary quite a bit due to their vast size. We will provide information about some of the capitals and major cities for each region.