Greek Climate

In general, the climate of Greece is Mediterranean, but it presents a wide variety from place to place, as a result in the northern and mountainous is continental, while in the south and the islands temperate. Greece is generally characterized as a dry country in terms of its humidity, but its temperature, rainfall and winds are unevenly distributed and change from region to region, showing many variations and differences. The winters are mild with a lot of rainfalls and the summers are hot and dry. July and August are the warmer months are and the highest rainfall is recorded in the period  between October and April.