A hiker crosses a hill in the desert of Tabernas , the driest area in Europe.

Instead of water flowing down, there is football. Some young people from Senegal enjoy a match every single day at 7pm (but Mondays), in the outskirts of Cuevas del Almanzora (Almeria), where is located the Almanzora, an almost completely dried-out river during its course due to droughts and agricultural industry practices. Several companies control the water coursing of this scarce land.

In Tabernas, the only desert in Europe, are the authentic westerns scenarios, turned into a Mediterranean Theme Park. In the picture, an actor of Oasys MiniHollywood poses in front of a set.

A hill of Rambla de Librilla, the gorge of the specters in the province of Murcia, in southern Spain.

Land degradation is a major cause of the increasing impact of floods in Spain. In the picture, two different football fields from southeast Spain are affected by desertification processes: droughts and floods.

An empty road inside a greenhouse field near the southern coast of Murcia.

From Alger to Almeria. Migrant farm workers in southern Spain suffer appalling conditions to supply fruit and vegetables to the European Union.

A woman descends from a limestone mound affected by wind, water and time in San Juan de los Terreros.

Two neighbors contemplate a flood in Benferri's dumpsite after Gota Fría. The stadium and facilities of Benferri Football Club collapsed after the passage of the storms.

The Lighthouse of Sabinal stands in the middle of the natural protected area of Punta Entinas-Sabinar surrounded by aridity.

Benferri School was one of the public buildings that suffered the consequences of the storms.

The city of Benidorm is one of the country's major tourism projects. A tourist in Spain spends three to four times more than a resident: between 300 and 400 liters a day, according to sources of the Spanish Forum of the Economy of Water.

The entrance to one of the greenhouse fields of southern Spain, also known as ‘Mar de Plástico’ (Sea of Plastic), in the province of Almeria.

Ricardo Cardenete and his son, Richard, run a family repair shop that has been affected by the torrential waters in Benferri.

A tourist visits the 'Mirador de la Cruz', the highest peak in the city of Benidorm, which is also an example of how the vegetation has been affected by the aridity of the southern Valencian Community.

Felix, a 64-year-old retiree from El Paraje del Cabezo, poses in the kitchen of his house. “Despite my home being completely flooded, I consider myself lucky because I had the car in the repair shop,”.

After Dana, pubs like ‘Emilio Bar’ from Benferri kept the news on in the background for much of the time.