View climate descriptions for regions and countries across Europe.
Situated within and bordering the Mediterranean sea, the Balearic Islands and North Africa typically experience a Mediterranean climate.
Central Europe, including parts of France, Germany and the Netherlands among others, experiences a temperate climate.
Places in the centre of the Mediterranean sea, including Sardinia, Sicily and Malta, all receive a Mediterranean climate.
Find out about the climates of countries in Eastern Europe.
The countries of the Eastern Mediterranean, including Greece and Egypt, typically experience a Mediterranean climate.
Europe's 10th largest country, Italy is known for its highly varied climate, largely owing to its location and shape stretching into the Mediterranean sea.
Located on the Iberian peninsula, Portugal is largely defined as a Mediterranean climate.
The south of France and the island of Corsica experience a warm Mediterranean climate.
Spain is dominated by three main climate types: Mediterranean, semi-arid and oceanic.
Turkey's climate is dominated by Mediterranean and Oceanic climates.
Last updated: 22 May 2015
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