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Looking at moving to Spain, as love Spanish people. Due to health reasons, I need to find a city/large town with the following requirements:

1. Flat: so I can walk around easily without being fatigued.

2. Arid: anywhere severely humid is a no-go.

3. Stable air pressure: i.e. not like the UK or NZ where you can have "all seasons in one day".

Basically, "flat" in terms of landscape and "stable" in terms of atmosphere.

I love the look of Valencia city but have been gutted to read that people suffer with the summer humidity there?

Any advice would be much appreciated!

Thanks :)
 

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Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. Lovely City, very flat in most places. You could also consider the South of Gran Canaria, summertime nearly all year round.

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Hello

Looking at moving to Spain, as love Spanish people. Due to health reasons, I need to find a city/large town with the following requirements:

1. Flat: so I can walk around easily without being fatigued.

2. Arid: anywhere severely humid is a no-go.

3. Stable air pressure: i.e. not like the UK or NZ where you can have "all seasons in one day".

Basically, "flat" in terms of landscape and "stable" in terms of atmosphere.

I love the look of Valencia city but have been gutted to read that people suffer with the summer humidity there?

Any advice would be much appreciated!

Thanks :)
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Hello

Looking at moving to Spain, as love Spanish people. Due to health reasons, I need to find a city/large town with the following requirements:

1. Flat: so I can walk around easily without being fatigued.

2. Arid: anywhere severely humid is a no-go.

3. Stable air pressure: i.e. not like the UK or NZ where you can have "all seasons in one day".

Basically, "flat" in terms of landscape and "stable" in terms of atmosphere.

I love the look of Valencia city but have been gutted to read that people suffer with the summer humidity there?

Any advice would be much appreciated!

Thanks :)
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Good suggestion as long as bloody cold in winter doesn't matter.
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How about anything between Málaga and Madrid - Jaén, Toledo, Granada, Aranjuez. They are all dry and no doubt will have flat bits in them (??)
 
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