In summer, the high temperature is the dominant weather in most of Spain’s cities as the temperature may reach up to 45°C. That’s why, the citizens of Spain and the tourists think of going to the beaches to escape from this sunny weather and spend a joyful time on Spain’s beautiful beaches. Spain has two famous beaches which are: Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca. So, due to such severe high temperature, it is common that some of the restaurants and cafes closed their shops – except for the sightseeing places that still open their doors and welcome people (museums as an example). However, you will see crowd everywhere as there are lots of festivals and celebration at Spain’s summer such as the International music and dance festival which is held at Granada.