During centuries, the shining sun of the Atlantic coast of Cadiz has captivated its visitors, transforming them into lovers of its land, seas and beaches. The annual average temperature is 18 degrees Celsius (64 F).
Cadiz, along with Almería and Malaga, has the biggest quantity of sunny days in the entire European continent. A pleasant spring it precedes to a shining summer and an exceptional autumn. Seasons that count on around 3,200 sure hours of sun. Rains concentrate between the months of October and February. During the summer, rains are insignificant and not very often they surpass the 50 litres by square meter. The luminosity reaches hardly explicable levels and the transparency of the atmosphere allows contemplating, in the clear days, spaces located to tens of kilometres.