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    • Mediterranean Spain
    • Using textbook page 102 Label the following: Costa Almeria Costa Blanca Costa Brava Costa Dorada Costa Del Sol Ibiza, Majorca, Minorca all airports Tourist Resorts : Almeria Benidorm Lloret de Mar Marbella Cities Madrid, Barcelona, Granada, Seville MEDITERRANEAN SPAIN RESOURCES: Textbook page 102 / 103 OBJECTIVES: *Know the location of all the Costas, Islands and some of the holiday resorts *Understand the climate of Mediterranean Spain and why this attracts so many holiday makers from N.Europe throughout the year
    • 2006 2007SC (i) Name one tourist resort in the Costa Blanca area of Mediterranean Spain. (1 mark)
    • MEDITERRANEAN SPAIN Mark the following on the map: Costa Almeria, Costa Blanca, Costa Brava, Costa Dorada, Costa Del Sol Islands: Ibiza, Majorca, Minorca Cities: Barcelona, Madrid, Seville Resorts: Alicante, Lloret de Mar, Marbella, Salou, All airports France, Portugal, Gibraltar
    • (ii) Why is the type of climate shown in Figure 7 attractive to tourists from Northern Europe? (4 marks) (i) Describe the main features of the climate shown in Figure 7 . (4 marks)
    • 2004sc Q4
      • B i) Describe the main features of the climate shown in Figure 7 . (4 marks)
      • Level 1 Basic (1-2 marks)
      • Individual months for temperatures / rainfall, groups of months.
      • Level 2 Clear (3-4 marks)
      • Recognition of pattern(s) over the year.
      • References to seasons – hot summers, mild/warm winters, summer
      • drought, winter rainfall, max/min temperatures. (4 marks)
      • Only climate is relevant.
      • B (ii) Why is the type of climate shown in Figure 7 attractive to tourists from Northern Europe? (4 marks)
      • Level 1 Basic (1-2 marks)
      • Simple statements – hot/warm weather, blue skies, sun tan/sunbathing,
      • cold in N Europe, individual months only (e.g. no rain in June and July).
      • Level 2 Clear (3-4 marks)
      • Linked statements.
      • Hot / warm summers for sunbathing / suntan, hot weather for warm seas /pools / swimming,
      • mild/warm winters escape from cold winters of N Europe, dry summers / clear skies for walking / sunbathing / named sporting activities
      • 2007SC 2b(ii)
      • Using climatic statistics, explain how the climate of Mediterranean Spain has encouraged the growth of a tourist industry (4 marks)
      • Level 1 . Basic (1.2 marks)
      • Simple statements with no climatic statistics and no links to the growth of tourism.
      • It is hot and dry in the summer. It is warm and wet in the winter.
      • Level 2 . Clear (3.4 marks)
      • Linked statements supported with appropriate figures and related to the growth of tourism.
      • The winters are warm with an average temperature of about 10oC which is warmer than in Northern Europe and so people go for winter breaks.
      • In summer the temperature reaches about 25oC but there is less than 5mm of rain so there is plenty of sun, encouraging people to go for summer holidays.
    • 2007 Q1e Three million tourists visited Mediterranean Spain from Italy. On the map, Figure 6 , draw the flow line for Italy.
    • (i) In 2001, 10 million tourists from France visited Mediterranean Spain. Use this information to complete Figure 2 . (1 mark) (ii) In 2001, did more tourists come from Scandinavia or the United Kingdom? (1 mark)
    • 2007 Explain the pattern of tourist movement shown by your completed map. (4 marks)
      • Level 1 . Basic (1.2 marks)
      • Description only given.
      • More from north Europe/fewer from south Europe/Mediterranean,
      • more from UK and Germany/fewer from Portugal.
      • Level 2 . Clear (3.4 marks)
      • Explanation given:
      • More N Europe due to (i) climate colder/wetter (ii) higher incomes/GNP,
      • b. Less S Europe, Mediterranean . (i) S Europe similar climate/landscape to
      • Spain, (ii) further distances (Scandinavia) . (iii) fewer people to be taking holidays
      • Must have pattern for full marks and refer to both N Europe and S Europe
    • 2007 Q1e (iii) Complete the table below by matching the resorts with the tourist areas in Mediterranean Spain. Choose each correct name from the list below. Benidorm Torremolinos Salou Lloret de Mar (3 marks) 2007 Q 1(e)(iv) Name one of the Balearic islands. (1 mark) Costa Brava . Lloret de Mar Costa del Sol . Torremolinos Costa Dorada . Salou Costa Blanca . Benidorm 4 correct = 3 2/3 correct = 2 1 correct = 1 Majorca Menorca Ibiza