How many deserts is there in Europe?
There are several small semi-deserts in Europe in Spain, Italy and Poland, for example. The best known is Las Tabernas in Spain.
There are no major deserts in Europe, and the exact number of minor deserts are not known.
There are no major deserts in Europe. Some countries like Spain and Italy have small deserts, so there is no exact number.
Europe has no major deserts, but some very small ones in countries such as Spain and Italy.
Europe has many small deserts in some of its countries (for example Spain) but does not have any major deserts; it is the only continent without a major desert.
No it dose not there are only some small desterts in some parts of europen many people think Europe has got no deserts
Europe is the only continent without major deserts.
While Europe has no absolute deserts, there are a few small areas of semi-arid desert. The best known is Desierto Las Tabernas in Spain.
Europe does have a number of small deserts and semi-arid regions. It has no major deserts, however.
Deserts are fond on all continents. Even Europe has a few very small deserts. However, Europe has no major true deserts.
Europe has small deserts but is the only continent with no major deserts. Countries like Spain and Italy have a few small deserts.
Europe does not have any deserts. It is too far north of the equator to have the level of heat to create deserts. There are hot and dry places, but no deserts.
There are deserts in Europe. Most are relatively small areas of semi-arid land. There are, however, no absolute deserts in Europe.
Like the rest of Europe, there are no deserts in Switzerland
No. There is hardly any desert in Europe, and nothing like deserts in other parts of the world.
No, all continents have major deserts except Europe. All the deserts in Europe are small.
Spain has the Tabernas Desert, Italy has the Accona Desert. These are, perhaps, the best known deserts in Europe.
There is no continent that does not have deserts. Even in Europe there is small desert in Spain.
All seven continents have deserts, including Europe.
Europe does not have any major deserts because of the temperature, it is too warm for cold deserts and too cold for warm deserts. Humidity also comes into effect. These factors will not allow a desert to cover a large area. However Europe does have small deserts, and you will find some in countries such as Italy, Spain, Greece, and Portugal.
yes there is
All continents, even Europe, have deserts. The deserts of Europe are small and the continent has no major desert areas.
Yes, there are several small deserts and semi-deserts in Europe. The Tabernas Desert of Spain is an example.
Europe is the only continent without any major deserts. All of the deserts in Europe are quite small.
There are no continents without deserts. Even Europe has small areas of desert and Antarctica is the largest desert in the world.
All continents have deserts. However, Europe has no major desert areas.
Africa: Sahara Antarctica: Antarctic Desert Asia: Arabian Desert Australia: Great Victoria Desert North America: Great Basin Desert South America: Patagonian Desert Europe: Tabernas Desert* *There are many small areas called deserts in Europe. Some are semi deserts, some are man made deserts.
Europe has only a few of small areas of semi desert. It has no major true deserts. An example is the Tabernas Desert in Spain.
There are a number of small deserts in Europe. For a complete list of deserts of the world broken down by continent, see the link below.
Firstly there are two types of deserts - hotdeserts (like the Sahara) and cold deserts (like Antarctica
All continents have deserts. Even Europe has small areas of desert.
All continents have deserts, even Europe has small areas of arid land.
There are no deserts in Bulgaria. In fact, the only desert in Europe is actually in Poland.
Deserts are found on all seven continents, including Europe and Antarctica.
All continents have deserts. Even Europe has some small deserts.
All continents, including Asia and Europe, have deserts.
Europe has some small deserts but no major deserts.
No. There are no deserts anywhere in Europe.
There are many countries in Europe, Central America and Asia that do not have deserts.
There are many, many countries with deserts. The United States has deserts. Australia has deserts. China has Deserts. Mexico has deserts.
Portugal is a country that is in Europe with a hot climate. However, there are not any deserts in the country.
Europe. (mongolia) on deserts
All continents, even Europe, have deserts. However, the deserts in Europe are all quite small areas of arid and semi-arid land.
Europe is the only continent in the world that has no major deserts. Many people think that Antarctica has no deserts. The Antarctic is a cold desert located in Antarctica. A desert isn't always hot. A desert is a place where it receives very little rain.
South America has only cool deserts as well as Europe.
All continents have deserts but those found in Europe are quite few and small in area.
There don't appear to be any deserts in Europe.
Accona Desert-Italy Bardenas Reales-Spain Bledowska Desert-Poland Deliblatska Pescara-Selbia Highlands of Irland-Iceland Monegros Desert-Spain Oleshley Desert-Ukraine Oltenian Sahara Piscinas-Italy Stranja Sahara-Bulgaria Tabernas Desert There are all the deserts in Europe: 11 Check on wikipedia of the list of deserts there if your not sure!
There are no European countries located in deserts. However, some European countries have small areas of deserts. Spain, for example, has the Tabernas Desert.
All continents have named deserts. Antarctica has the Antarctic Desert. Even Europe has several small regional deserts and each has a name
Yes, there are deserts on every continent but there are no major desert areas in Europe, only small deserts.