The Warmest Places in Spain

Imagine being in a place so warm that you would be barely able to breathe outside. Yes, some places like that exist and the people usually stay inside until well after the Sun sets. Some people spend time watching TV, others resting, some even playing online casino games.

Yes, people like to play bingo, for example, and being inside for many hours leaves you with enough time to fill out a slip, or press a couple of buttons. Browsing the various online bingo sites, you might even stumble upon the appropriately named Sun Bingo bonus at the eponymous site, and find some laughter in the irony.

One of those warm countries is Spain, in fact, it has quite the collection of warm places. If you want to know which ones you can visit or avoid, for that matter, here is a short list.

Seville

Spain can get really hot in the summer when people love going on vacation or tourist trips. Seville gets really hot in the summer, so visiting it during the winter months may prove to be a better solution.

With an average temperature of 12 degrees Celsius and a high of 16, you will still get more than enough warm weather and get to explore one of Spain’s iconic cities.

Tenerife

Tenerife is one of the largest islands located to the west of Africa, in the Atlantic Ocean. It is also the largest of the Canary Islands. Tenerife is home to Spain’s highest peak, Mount Teide, which is also a volcano. Vacationing here during the winter is probably a good idea, given that the average temperature is around 16 degrees Celsius with a peak of 20 degrees. That is almost the perfect temperature to go for a swim, and still more than good enough to tackle Spain’s 3,718-meter peak.

Fuerteventura

Fuerteventura is another one of the Canary Islands, the second largest, next to Tenerife. It is quite a place, as it is not as popular as Tenerife, but lacks for nothing. It has stunning sandy beaches and is quieter than its larger cousin. It has quite a collection of geothermal spots, where you can watch for geothermal activity. Much of the plains and volcanic mountains are off limits, though there are tours which take you through some of these parts.

The average temperature during winter times is 19 degrees Celsius, often going as high as 22, with a stunning record of 29.

Gran Canaria

Another one of the Canary Islands, has an average temperature of 19 degrees during the winter months, with a high of 22 degrees, making it a perfect place for a vacation during the colder periods.

Whether you decide to visit the scorching Seville in the summer (it does hold the record for the hottest temperature in Spain), or spend your time on the Canary Islands during the winter months, relaxing and swimming in the warm sea, you will have quite a few hot places to visit in Spain, quite literally.