Great news for the reservoirs in Cádiz province this week as the rains finally arrived. The recorded rainfall in Grazalema over the last couple of days has almost reached 200 litres m2 which makes it ,once again, the “rainiest place in Spain”.
The most green and humid areas of the Spanish Peninsular are the northern coastal zones which face the Atlantic ocean and from the Pyrenees mountain chain to the Catalan coast of the Mediterranean. These areas have rainy weather with a precipitation average of over 800 mm per annum and yet statistically the village of Grazalema in Andalusia is famous because of the fact that it receives the most rainfall in the iberian Peninsular. Some years recording more than 2000mm.
That said Grazalema still suffers from drought and water shortages during the summer months.
The Grazalema Guide
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The Grazalema Guide – Tourist Information Portal for the Sierra de Grazalema, Wildside Holidays, The town of Ronda and the Caminito del Rey.