Weather in Greece
With Greece’s location close the equator in the gorgeous region of the Mediterranean Sea, it is a beautiful place at all times of the year. Beautiful sunsets and gorgeous sunrises all year round, the sun sits high in the sky from January right the way through the November or December. It is a beautiful place to explore in the autumn and spring with beautiful colours and patterns on display in nature and in the summer, there is plenty of sun to bask in and relax, getting away from the busy life at home.
The Spring is very beautiful. All the animals come out of hibernation and the plants and trees start sprouting into life. It is always full of lively and magical colours, smells and sights, and is a really exquisite place to visit if you have a particular interest in horticulture and agriculture. There are many kiwi farms, tomato farms and field full of exotic fruit trees and crops such as soya and sunflowers. The weather is extremely mild, and later in the season it warms up to well into the mid 20s. As a country there is very little rain and the skies are clear blue. There is a similar level of temperature and climate in the autumn, with a few more drops of rain and a different rainbow of colours from reds and browns and gold.
The summer is baking and warm all the time, and the evenings last well past 10 in the evening. The sun lingers in beautiful suspension and the remote landscape really adds to the sense of beautiful. The temperatures however do reach some dizzy heights of the late 30s and possibly the 40s in July and August, which for some people can prove too hot. The winter is mild, with almost no frost and snow and still much wildlife and countryside to see, at a completely different setting.
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