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330 Days of Sun

330 Days of Sun

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

The driest month is July, with 2 mm | 0.1 inch of rain. With an average of 38 mm | 1.5 inch, October sees the most rain and other precipitation.

Vera Average Temperature

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.

Vera Weather by Month // Weather Averages

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