Spain, home to Mundaca, the best left in Europe, but also numerous big wave spots. If you look well some empty quality spots can be found Climate in Spain : Spain has a Mediterranean climate in the southern and eastern coastal areas as well as a temperate climate further inland. The central Meseta has hot summers and cold winters, while the southern regions at the foot of the mountains have the warmest winter temperatures in mainland Europe. On the Atlantic coast summers are not as hot with temperatures and rainfall decreasing inland. Average annual precipitation in the north and northwest is 890 mm (35 inches) or more and the Meseta receives between 305 mm to 635 mm (12 to 25 inches) annually. Average temperature ranges in Madrid are from 1 to 8 degrees Celsius (34 to 46 degrees Fahrenheit) in January to 17 to 31 degrees Celsius (63 to 88 degrees Fahrenheit) in July.
Coastline: 4,964 km
Surfing in Spain
Total Spain Surf spots: 111
Total Spain Surf pictures: 163
For surf spot info, use the map of the Surf spots in Spain above, if you have any questions related to surfing in Spain use the Spain surfing forum below to ask your questions.