|As such a large country, Spain inevitably has varying weather conditions giving rise to three different climates, Continental, Mediterranean and Maritime. The stereotypical image of hot days and blue skies is true for some regions but not for all. The east coast of Spain has a Mediterranean climate with a lot of sun, little rain and an average temperature of 30° C. The northern Maritime climate leads to a lot of rain but the summer months are pleasant and sunny. Most of the inland areas are 800 metres above sea level and thus have a Continental climate with its typical hot summers, cold winters and high humidity. And finally the south boasts a Mediterranean climate that has gained it much fame with the winter temperatures mild and hot summers often with temperatures rising as high as 40° C.
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Below is a map of Spain indicating the four main golfing regions, the South Coast, the Madrid area, the Barcelona area and the Seville area. Click on the area if you would like to know more about the climate.