The World Health Organisation recommended the Spanish Costa Blanca as being one of the most equitable regions in the world in which to live, neither too hot in the summer nor too cold in the winter.
Spain's Costa Blanca enjoys typical subtropical Mediterranean temperatures, with cool sea breezes in the summer and mild temperatures in the winter.
The Spanish Mediterranean coasts averages about 3,000 hours of sunshine per year (equivalent to about 320 days per year). The temperature averaged over the year is more than 20 degrees Centigrade.
This reliable sunshine record is one of the main attractions that encourage Northern Europeans to live in this area. The rainfall is much lower than in the UK, giving you even more opportunity to enjoy the outdoor life.