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"Everywhere on the planet has the same sunshine potential," says Sean Clarke of the Met Office. In the far-from-cloudless UK, few places get close to their potential, while in the Arizona desert the skies are almost invariably blue. The chart on the right shows the where to be to worship the sun for every month of the year - you could amass almost 4,200 hours of sunshine.
One note of caution: strong, direct sunlight is dangerous. In the short term, you risk serious burns; longer term, extended exposure to ultra-violet rays increases the risk of skin cancer.
England: the sunniest region in England is the south coast, which achieves around 1,750 hours of sunshine each year - an average of nearly five hours a day. Two resorts have traditionally battled it out for the hot spot: Eastbourne in East Sussex, and Bognor Regis in West Sussex. Eastbourne claims to have been the sunniest spot in mainland England last year, with a total of 1,868 hours, or five hours and seven minutes daily. But Bognor asserts that, over the past half century, it has been ahead of its eastern rival by a mean two minutes per day, with an average of 1,855 hours of sunshine annually.
Scotland: today, Lerwick in Shetland will enjoy four more hours of daylight than London. But its northern location, exposed to the full force of the Atlantic, makes it susceptible to cloudy weather. Glasgow takes the title for Scotland's sunniest city with an average of 1,400 hours per year (three hours 50 minutes per day). The country's sunniest destination is across on the east coast: Dunbar in Lothian enjoys 1,523 hours of sun per annum, or four hours, 10 minutes daily.
Wales: the hilly terrain and western location makes Wales cloudier than England. However, Dale Fort in Pembrokeshire achieves a respectable 1,718 hours of sunshine a year, which works out at four hours 12 minutes daily.
Northern Ireland: like Scotland and Wales, Northern Ireland has more cloud cover than England. Hillsborough in County Down has the most sun, reaching 1,340 hours per year (three hours 40 minutes daily). The sunniest months are May and June, with six hours of sun each day.
Channel Islands: the sunniest place in the UK is Jersey, with 1,914 annual hours of sunshine (five hours 15 minutes daily). Guernsey is a close second place with just three minutes fewer per day.
The area around Seville in Andalucia is nicknamed the"frying pan of Europe". The city is the sunniest spot in Spain, with 2,928 sunny hours each year (a shade over eight hours daily); in December and January you can expect only five hours a day, but on a typical day in June, July and August the sun blazes down for 12 hours.
Europe's sunniest place is not a Mediterranean resort but an Atlantic city. Faro, capital of the Portuguese Algarve, enjoys 3,170 hours each year (eight hours 40 minutes daily).