Where is the hottest place in Spain? | The Sun

SPAIN continues to be one of the most popular holiday destinations for Brits, being just a few hours from the UK with cheap package deals.

We've explained everything you need to know about where it is hottest in Spain to when you should visit.

Where is the hottest place in Spain?

Andalusia is the hottest area, not just in Spain but in the whole of Europe. The autonomous region boasts cities like Seville and Cordoba average above 36C in the summer.

Seville is the hottest city in Spain, with an annual average temperature of 19C. Each year there are multiple days where they heat rises above 40C.

The city’s annual average is 25.4C in the daytime, while it drops to just 13C at night.

However, in the summer months of May and June, Madrid can push a few degrees above Seville, if only briefly.

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What is the hottest temperature in Spain?

Seville has a disputed historical record high of 50C, but this was back in 1881 and pre-dates modern recording methods.

The highest official temperature record was reported in August 2021, when the Andalusian city, Montoro, which reached 47.4C.

Seville and Cordoba regularly see temperatures above 35C in the height of summer when Spain’s temperatures hit their peak.

Sometimes inland areas like Madrid can push hotter in these months because they lack the cooling coastal breezes.

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For example, Madrid has a cooler average July-August temperature of 32C, but it can hit 38C. Seville can hit 35C, but normally only briefly.

When is the best time to visit?

The best time to visit depends largely on what kind of holiday you seek.

In the months of January to April, temperatures across Spain vary around the teens, so it’s great for an active break such as hiking or cycling.

Temperatures in Spain are in the low to mid-20s in May and June, so perfect for lighter activity holidays or a city break.

In the summer months, the Costa Del Sol on Andalusia's coast has a blistering average temperature of 35C and very little rain.

Even the cooler northern coast regions such as Bilbao can hit over 25C in late summer.

In autumn, the hottest region of Andalusia is in the late 20s to early 30s and Madrid is only slightly cooler, while Barcelona is around 25C, but with warm seas.

Temperatures across Spain drop rapidly from September to October, but it’s a good season for a wine tour.

Where in Spain is warm all year round?

The Canary Islands, off the west coast, are part of Spanish territory and boast year-round warmth, with an August average of 24C while the Balearic Islands such as Ibiza, Menorca and Mallorca all have annual average temperatures of 20C.

Barcelona is one of the most popular tourist cities in the world and boasts just 60 days of rain a year regular days of 28C heat in the summer months.

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