Ambera at Desert Springs is located by the Mediterranean Sea in the Almeria region of Southeast Spain. Almeria enjoys 3,000 hours of sunshine, translating into over 330 sunny days a year. Unsurprisingly, this sun-drenched place is one of the most loved areas in Spain.
Residents of Almeria claim to enjoy the best climate on Earth. While ‘best’ is a matter of preference, the fact remains that the weather at Ambera Desert Springs tends towards brilliant sunshine during the day, and breath-taking starry skies at night. Better yet, while it does rain occasionally, you’ll almost never see two rainy days in a row.
Desert Springs is, without a doubt, one of the warmest and driest places in Europe during the winter months. As for summer – being situated on a plateau above the Almanzora River, Desert Springs avoids the baking heat inlanders can expect thanks to pleasant sea breezes blowing in from the Mediterranean, without sacrificing a single minute of glorious sunshine. If this isn’t the best climate on Earth, it must come pretty close.
Vera Climate Graph // Weather by Month
August is the warmest month of the year. The temperature in August averages 25.6 °C | 78.1 °F. January has the lowest average temperature of the year, averaging around 11.0 °C | 51.8 °F.
There is a difference of 36 mm | 1 inch of precipitation between the driest and wettest months. During the year, the average temperatures vary by 14.6 °C | 58.3 °F.
Weather information taken from Climate Data