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Jávea: second best world microclimate

Date: 2014, 22 January

A microclimate is a local climate of different characteristics to the zone in which it is located. The microclimate is a set of weather conditions that characterize an environment or reduced scope. It also depends on many other factors.

The factors that compose it are the topography, temperature, moisture, altitud-latitud, light and vegetation cover.

According to a scientific study by the 1990s, was considered to Javea as the second best world microclimate, after Rio de Janeiro and is that truth, you can enjoy a good temperature all year round with an average that ranges from the 18th to the 24th. The proof of this is that it is a place chosen by foreign retirees to spend the rest of his life. The green color is dominant in the landscape, but rather, it doesn't rain very often, Yes, Javea has plenty of water in your basement because one of the possible origin of its name is from the Arabic Xabiga which means something like "well to tank", the amount of these elements that populated the place.

To all this, there is an underground river, called "Moraig" that comes from the internal Pedreguer mountains, where you can see his birth inside the cave of the skull in Benidoleig. The rains are presented with Mediterranean precipitation regime, is of very heavy rain in very little time, and the months of September-October-November of more rain. These typical precipitation from the Mediterranean are called "gota fría" in this area of Spain.

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