Weather in Andalusia
The climate in Andalusia is hot in summer and mild in winter in general. There are, however, disparities between the coast and the land.
In summer, especially in August, it is generally hot there and more particularly inland, in cities like Granada, Jaen, Cordoba or Seville. The Andalucians themselves approach the sea to find a little freshness (Cadiz, Malaga, Almeria).
Winter is always very mild on the coast, especially in Malaga and Almeria. Cadiz has a slightly cooler winter since the coast no longer borders the Mediterranean but the Atlantic. In contrast, temperatures are much lower inland in cities like Granada, Jaen, or Cordoba. The Sierra Nevada in the province of Granada allows skiing until the end of April.
So when to come to Andalusia?
It is possible to go and enjoy a good climate all year round. You have to go to Andalucia, to the Province of Malaga, in Axarquia
This small region benefits from a micro climate, of the subtropical type. Here are 3 elements that show the quality of this climate:
Axarquia is the only place in continental Europe where chameleons live in freedom
Finally, Velez-Malaga, which is the capital of Axarquia, is also the capital of tropical fruits in Europe !