A sea that borders antarctica?
The continent of Antarctica is surrounded by the Southern Ocean.
Antarctica is surrounded by the Southern Ocean. Between the Antarctic Peninsula and the tip of South America, you can find the convergence of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Depending on where you are on the peninsula, you can sail in the Weddell Sea or the Amundsen Sea. Note that the borders of these seas and these oceans are not well defined.
Western Antarctica is the part of Antarctica roughly within the Western Hemisphere. It represents about 1/3 of the total area of the continent. In the west (150° E to 130° W longitude), the division is by the Transantarctic Mountains. The Ross Sea and Weddell Sea form the borders of the region, which extends from the South Pole to the Antarctic Peninsula.
Spain and Greece both border the MEDITERRANEAN SEA. Greece touches the Mediterranean Sea on the its southernmost points, especially on the southern side of the island of Crete. Spain's provinces of Alicante, Murcia, and part of Almería border the Mediterranean Sea. While it is correct that most of Spain's "Mediterranean Coast" is actually on the Balaeric and Alboran Seas, the area described above is not on the Balaeric Sea (further north) or on the Alboran…