Gibraltar has a Mediterranean climate, with a hot, dry phase from May to September and a cool, wet period from October to April. Temperatures don't vary much throughout the year. Winters are cooler but mild and summers are warm but not hot.
Sunshine lovers are sure to enjoy the summer months – especially June and July, when there are typically 11 hours of sun a day. Even in the deep winter months of November, December and January, there are usually at least a few hours of sun a day to break up the overcast skies.
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