THE COUNTRIES WITH THE BEST CLIMATE

Today in the world there are about 200 countries with a population of about 7.7 billion people. Therefore, to make an objective rating of the countries with the best climate is very difficult. Almost every region has specific weather conditions. Some like warm sunny weather all year round. Others prefer cool fresh air and love the rain. And others can't live without the crisp of snow and winter sports.

However, most people tend to believe that countries with mild winters and warm summers have the most favorable climate to live in. That is, where there are virtually no excessive fluctuations in temperature throughout the year, low humidity and minimal risk of natural disasters, including earthquakes, tsunamis, floods and hurricanes. Based on numerous surveys of tourists and immigrants from around the world, let's highlight the countries with the best climate to live in the world.

LIST OF COUNTRIES WITH BEST CLIMATE

COUNTRY
1. Greece
2. Costa Rica
3. Spain
4. Republic of Cyprus
5. New Zealand

TOP 5 COUNTRIES WITH THE BEST CLIMATE

GREECE

Greece

In the ranking of countries with the most comfortable climate Greece leads by a wide margin. The state and numerous islands are located in the southern part of Europe, and are washed by the Mediterranean, Aegean, Ionian and several other less important seas. A temperate Mediterranean climate with dry hot summers and mild wet winters prevails over most of the territory. In northern Greece, winters are colder and snowier, especially in the mountainous areas.

COSTA RICA

Costa Rica

According to statistics, over 70% of foreigners permanently residing in Costa Rica are completely satisfied with the weather in this small tropical nation. The country is located in Central America, washed by the waters of the Caribbean Sea as well as the Pacific Ocean, which brings heavy rainfall from May to October. Overall, Costa Rica boasts a wide range of different climatic conditions, from dense fog and chill in the highlands, to heat and dryness on the coast.

SPAIN

Spain

Although a lion's share of Spain is dominated by the traditional Mediterranean climate, some areas experience significant deviations from the norm, meaning very hot summers and cold winters. The state is located in the southwestern part of Europe. Because of its large size, there are three climate zones. Rainy weather in one-third of Spain holds mostly in the spring and fall. More than half of the immigrants rate the climate in this country as very good.

CYPRUS

Republic of Cyprus

The Republic of Cyprus is located in the southern part of the island of the same name and in the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea. It is a very hot country with long, dry summers from May to October and mild winters from December to February. Spring and fall are almost invisible here. Thunderstorm showers and snow fall mainly in the mountainous areas. During the summer months, a bright sunny day on the island lasts on average 11.5 hours. By the way, a huge number of Russian-speaking foreigners live and work in Cyprus.

NEW ZEALAND

New Zealand

At the bottom of the top 5 countries with the best climate is an incredibly beautiful island nation – New Zealand, whose residents enjoy 2,000 hours of daylight a year. The country is located in the South Pacific near Australia. Note that summer here lasts from December to February, and winter from June to August. Moderate mild climate and stunning nature, which includes majestic lakes, lush rainforests and high plains, encourage thousands of foreigners from around the world to immigrate to New Zealand.

In addition to the above countries, the best climate to live in is found in countries like Australia, Japan, Malta, Bahamas, France, Italy, Turkey, Portugal. In addition, a lot of people appreciate and believe that good weather conditions for recreation and life are created in Latin America - Brazil, Ecuador, Argentina, Uruguay, the Dominican Republic and even in some African countries - South Africa, Kenya and Uganda.

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