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Granada is situated in the eastern part of the region of Andalucia in southern Spain. It has coastal area with a warm climate covering the extensive and fertile Genil plain; and mountainous regions with a colder climate.
Granada is located at an altitude of 662 metres above the sea level at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountain, where you can ski during the winter months and the rest of the year it is a perfect area for hiking and mountaineering.
As Granada is an hour´s drive from the Costa del Sol beaches and Mediterranean Sea it is worth visiting at any time of the year. The average temperatures from November-April vary between 6°C - 13°C and from May-October 25°C-32°C.
The average annual rainfall is about 474 litres, which occurs mainly between the months of October to May. During the summer there is practically no precipitation and hot sun throughout June, July and August when it can also feel very humid with very little breeze to cool things down.
By Linda Craik Google+