From historical villages to modern cities. Beautiful landscapes and beaches with lots of sun. Spain has it all.
The Balearic islands have an average temperature of 23 to 30 C and nine to 13 hours of daylight, from April till September year on year without fail. The air is humid, but sea breezes temper the heat during the day. This makes Mallorca, Ibiza, Formentera and Menorca ideal sunny spots for winter productions.
You can recreate scenes and landscapes from almost anywhere in the world all within one-hour driving distance. We’ve replicated Caribbean beaches, North European and Asian Landscapes, Archipelagos and Scandinavian Forests, both summer to winter.
The Canary Islands have an average temperature of 23°C with a peak of 32°C in Summer and 19°C in Winter. This makes the Canaries an ideal winter location with eight to ten hours of daylight.
The Canary Islands have a vast variety of nature and only Tenerife alone has five microclimates. In general, the Canary Islands offers a good summer temperature all year round. They have rain forests, pinewoods, modern cities to old villages and historically steeped architecture. Green and arid landscapes, spectacular desert, volcanoes and high mountains.
Coastlines are similar to California and other countries at the same level as the equator.
Mainland Spain. From the coast of the Mediterranean Sea to the small Atlantic coastline of the Gulf of Cádiz, winter is mild. However, in comparison to the north coast, the rains are rarer and the sunshine more frequent on the coastline, Valencia has the most hours of sunshine in Spain.
Temperatures in the north of Spain vary from 9° (50°F) in winter up to 35°C (97°F) in summer. – The mid-part of Spain’s temperatures vary from 11°C (56°F) in winter up to 35°C – 38°C (95/97 °F) in summer.
The south of Spains temperatures varies from 13°C (55 F) in winter up to 38-42°C (104°F) in summer. Snowy mountains of Andalucia, Sierra Nevada have -7.5°C (18.5°F) – 0.6°C (33.1°F) and up to 0.6°C (33.1°F) in winter.
In the north of Spain from east to west, we offer snow on beautiful Irish-like landscapes, drier desert landscapes and cityscapes feel in several coastal and inner towns and villages. Nature is astonishing.
The large urban areas of Madrid and Barcelona both have a rich history of shooting and are ideal locations to capture the buzzing city atmosphere. It offers amazing solutions for smaller and bigger shoots and a great selection of studios. Valencia is also a beautiful city with approx.1.5M inhabitants. It is film-friendly and has the most sun-hours in Spain. It has beautiful parks, urban sets, rice fields, coastlines, sea, and the fifth busiest seaport in Europe. Malaga, Seville and Andalucia have seen many large productions in the last 30 years.
Thanks to its climate and film friendliness, blockbusters such as Star Wars, Snatch, Terminator and many more have been shot here. It is also very popular for shooting in the advertisement industry.
We understand the weather history can be crucial to your shoot. On request we can supply year on year weather reports to help you make the right decisions when choosing the ideal location for your shoot.