What could be better than travelling to a warm destination in winter? Anyone can afford to enjoy mild temperatures in December, January, February and even March! Take a look at this list of warm destinations we've prepared for you!
Winter – our least favourite season! Shorter days, hats and gloves, cold outside... If you prefer a warmer climate, you'll be counting the days for it to get warm again. Luckily, you can do something about it!
Whenever you want to enjoy the beach and good weather, just head towards the Canary Islands. They never disappoint, especially in winter, when everyone is missing the warm weather and starts daydreaming about the islands' natural landscapes, calm waters and stunning beaches. Tenerife, Lanzarote, La Palma, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura… there are so many islands to choose from! And so many things to do…
As it is so hot in summer, the best time to visit Morocco is in the winter. You can even spend New Year's Eve there. Marrakech, the “Pearl of the South”, is popular for many reasons: colourful streets, Jemaa El Fna square, its palaces... This can be a unique and different plan for the winter.
Fancy somewhere a bit different? Banjul, the capital of Gambia, is another ideal place to get away from the rain and cold. This city, which looks like a quiet fishing village, is warm and pleasant almost all year round. You can enjoy the beaches and mangroves, and delicious food by the sea.
One Europe’s tiniest countries which, despite its small size (316 km2), boasts endless tourist attractions: explore Valletta and its surroundings, pop over to the nearby islands of Gozo and Comino, take a dip in the spectacular Blue Lagoon, go scuba diving, and savour the delicious Maltese cuisine. And the best thing about it is the exceptional Mediterranean climate!
The locals have really spruced up the city in recent years, making it more attractive than ever. As well as the good weather, there are other things to enjoy from a cultural point of view. There are lots of activities to do in Malaga in winter, both in the city and in the countryside.
Alicante boasts more than 300 days of sunshine a year, which is why it is one of the most popular places on the Mediterranean coast. Your thick coat won't weigh you down as you go for a stroll along the city’s long promenade. There’s nothing better than savouring a rice dish in the sun at one of the restaurants by the sea...