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Forgotten island paragliding: Forgotten Island | EN

Опубликовано: April 30, 2023 в 11:47 pm


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Which of the world’s island escapes is right for you?

Some travellers dream of eating a zingy salad and chargrilled lobster on an empty beach in an African archipelago. Others crave the promise of primordial adventures and the anticipation of jumping down the face of a vertiginous waterfall in a tropical jungle. Many dream of indulging in time for themselves, to take yoga classes overlooking an electric blue sea or chant with monks in a spiritual setting. Whether you’re looking for an island that has carved a reputation for being a foodie destination or an enchantingly different, lesser-known haven where you can soak up the seascape, much of the world has now reopened for travel and that dream destination is back in reach.

Dominica’s dramatic cliffs are abutted by deep forests and secluded coastal coves.

Photograph by Courtesy of Secret Bay

1. Dominica, Caribbean

Best for adventurous travellers

If the views of jagged peaks from luxury resort Secret Bay’s magical treehouses send your pulse racing, wait until you try the activities on Dominica, home to nine volcanoes, dense rainforest and 350 rivers and waterfalls. Scramble, abseil and climb steep rock faces surrounding some of the island’s most beautiful waterfalls, plunging feet first into pristine pools in the heart of the tropical forest on a canyoning expedition. Or saddle up for a canter along the coastline watching the ocean for whales or dolphins. Night snorkelling and scuba diving are on offer too, as well as sedate hiking trails that lead to hidden beaches and hot springs or the chance to go standup paddleboarding along the resort’s river surrounded by native birds and wildlife. And if you’ve worked up an appetite, join a foraging and cooking class with a local chef to learn how to cook sustainable, freshly caught seafood.

How to do it: Seven nights B&B including flights from £3,586 per person. 

Or try… The Azores

This far-flung archipelago in the middle of the Atlantic is made for adventure. São Miguel is the largest, and now easily accessible via direct flights with low-cost airlines and, more recently, British Airways. Its landscape looks like it hasn’t changed in millennia and the surrounding waters teem with life. Take a sea safari to spot whales and dolphins, surf the waves or explore the dramatic interior by mountain biking, trekking or kayaking. Adrenaline sports such as paragliding and canyoning can be organised independently or by Furnas Boutique Hotel, which is built on and around naturally occurring thermal waters. 

How to do it: Two nights, based on two sharing, from €220 (£185). 

2. Galápagos, Ecuador 

Best for wildlife-watchers

Follow in the footsteps of Darwin and explore this biodiverse volcanic archipelago where blue-footed boobies nest on the ground, flightless cormorants hop from rock to rock, penguins play and marine iguanas soak up the sun. While most tours take in a variety of islands, the largest, Isabela, is home to one of the richest marine ecosystems in the world. It’s not every day you’re able to wander around the slopes of the world’s second biggest active volcanic crater. Punta Vicente Roca on the west coast is the place to scuba and snorkel among turtles, sea horses, frog fishes and the elusive ocean sunfish, which can grow to weigh more than 2,000kg. For some of the best views, stay at the safari-style Scalesia Lodge on the slopes of a volcano overlooking a forest and coastline.

How to do it: Wexas Travel features three nights’ full board at Scalesia as part of an island-hopping tour with prices from £5,735 per person including return flights, excursions/cruising, three nights’ full board at the Finch Bay Galapagos hotel and three nights’ B&B accommodation in Quito. 

Or try… Guana Island, British Virgin Islands

Not far from Tortola, the 850-acre forest-clad Guana Island is an unpretentious paradise, crisscrossed by hiking trails that reveal native wildlife including flamingos, tortoises, turtles and giant iguanas at every turn. Accessible only by boat or helicopter, the private island has 15 charming cottages, which means only 30 guests on its seven secluded beaches at any one time. It’s the perfect destination for those seeking solitude among an almost completely untouched wilderness.

How to do it: Seven nights from £3,299 per person, all-inclusive, with flights and transfers. 

Enjoying a wellness treatment on the island of Koh Samui.

Photograph by Kamalaya Koh Samui

3. Koh Samui, Thailand

Best for spa seekers

A firm favourite among travellers looking for a sublime spa retreat with warm weather and idyllic beaches, Thailand has a reputation for delivering wellness programmes that combine pampering treatments with meditation and holistic health, as well as wholesome food. Nestled in a valley with views overlooking the southern coast of Koh Samui, adults-only Kamalaya is considered one of the best. The brainchild of a Canadian who spent over a decade living in the Himalayas under the tutelage of a yogi master, there’s a real sense of spirituality and calming energy with result-driven programmes combining naturopaths, traditional Chinese medicine doctors, yoga teachers, fitness trainers, massage therapists and mentors. In between treatments, guests can attend lectures and workshops, or simply relax in the grounds of the resort overflowing with lush, tropical foliage, cascading streams and an idyllic beach.

How to do it: Seven nights’ full board including a Destress Asian Bliss programme but excluding flights from £3,115 per person. 

Or try… Sumba, Indonesia

Just an hour from Bali, Nihi Sumba has long been popular with surfers and those seeking barefoot luxury and it now has a growing reputation as a wellbeing destination. Offbeat spa experiences include a spa safari — a 90-minute sunrise trek over rolling hills, through rice fields and a traditional Sumbanese village to meet a therapist in a private cliffside bale by the sea for a treatment. While yoga classes predominantly take place on an outdoor pavilion, there’s also the option to try it on a horse to help calm anxiety and stress. Alternatively, guests can simply watch the animals — every morning, they’re released from their stables to gallop freely along the beach and swim in the sea.

How to do it: From £900 per person per night. £100 for the spa safari. 

4. Soneva Fushi, Maldives

Best for foodies

A handful of restaurants serve up the very best of international, Asian, plant-based and seafood specialities at this luxury resort in the Baa Atoll, but those looking for the ultimate gourmet getaway should time their visit to coincide with the rotating programme of visiting Michelin star chefs. This year, the star-studded line-up includes Chapter One’s Mickael Viljanen (1-15 July), Kong Hans Kælder’s head chef Mark Lundgaard (15-30 July), Northcote’s Lisa Goodwin-Allen (19-28 October), and Chantelle Nicholson (25 October to 10 November). But it’s not just the food that’s impressive, but where it’s served. Each restaurant has a fabulous setting with Flying Sauces taking it up a notch or two. Here, diners glide along a 655ft zip-line through the leafy jungle to reach a treetop table and open kitchen set 40ft above the ground with exceptional views over the sparkling ocean. Take the leap for breakfast, high tea or dinner for an elevated dining experience like no other. 

How to do it: Prices from £4,449 per person based on two sharing a villa with pool for five nights including return flights from Heathrow and seaplane transfers.

Or try… Majorca

For those who believe good food to be a key ingredient of a memorable holiday, then Majorca — with 10 Michelin star restaurants — is an island worth visiting. But you don’t have to stay in Palma to sample the incredible food of one of the island’s most acclaimed chefs — El Vicenc de la Mar opened this year in a beautiful bay on the north of the island at the foot of the Tramuntana mountains. Here, star chef Santi Taura, best known for his 12-course tasting menu at DINS at El Llorenç Parc de la Mar in Palma, has set up a new restaurant. Expect traditional Balearic cooking with modern flair using seasonal products and a cultural story to each dish.

How to do it: Rooms from €400 (£333) per night.  

Dining in style on Mnemba Island.

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5. Seychelles

Best for beach bathers

Synonymous with sweeping powder beaches and dazzling cerulean seas, Seychelles is the place to dive, without crowds, amid graceful turtles; wander through a jungle blanketed by coconut groves; or to gaze into the knowing eye of a 200-year-old giant tortoise. The archipelago of 115 islands has prolific rare and endangered species of plants, lizards and birds as well as some stunning picture-postcard beaches. For one of the best, head to the tiny coral island Desroches, just a 35-minute flight from the main island of Mahé. With eight miles of soft, white sand beaches, every guest can get that elusive castaway fix, but for those craving more activity, there are plenty of leisure activities on offer, too, from world-class diving and fishing to exploring nearly 10 miles of cycling trails.

How to do it: Seven nights starts from £5,050 for a one-bedroom pool villa on a B&B basis with two nights free at its sister hotel on Mahé.  

Or try… Mnemba, Zanzibar

Ringed with powder-white sand and immaculate coral reefs far from the crowds, Mnemba island is famed for its blue waters, palm trees and spectacular sunsets. This roughly triangular island is just 1,640ft by 0.9 miles in size — a mere blip in the ocean that’s home to andBeyond Mnemba Island. This is a glorious shipwreck fantasy with life’s little pleasures conveniently at hand with a restaurant and just 12 rustic chic beachside bandas tucked into the tropical forest a few steps from the ocean. It’s a place to relax or explore the sea, a marine conservation area and important breeding ground for the endangered green turtle. Dive, snorkel and swim among hundreds of species of fish, dolphin and stingray and even humpback whales between August and November. Or just sit with your feet in the sand and watch the sun rise.

How to do it: Prices from $1,320 (£1,000) per person per night, on an all-inclusive basis, based on two sharing.  

Published in the 2022 edition of National Geographic Traveller (UK) The Islands Collection

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Best Paragliding Documentaries/Movies & Podcasts/Webcast | Unlimited Potential, Up to 8000m

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Never Ending Thermal

Sean White’s amazing “Endless Summer” of paragliding around the world. Two top acro-pilots travel to spectacular aerial locations, from Angel Falls in Venezuela to the Himalayas all in search of the perfect thermal.

Something Between

This is the documented road trip of young and talented pilots from the world of acro paragliding. They will cross a large range of scenery throughout Europe (France, Spain, Italy and Switzerland)

Paragliding Miracle

On 14 February 2007, in spite of weather reports heralding the presence of violent thunderstorms, Wiśnierska decided to try to fly in order to train for the 2007 paragliding world championship near Manilla, New South Wales, Australia. She got trapped in the updraft of two joining thunderstorms. Unable to get out, she was lifted to an altitude of 9,946 metres (32,631 ft), according to her GPS. The GPS variometer also tracked vertical speeds of up to +20 m/s (77 kilometres per hour (48 mph)). She landed 3.5 hours later about 60 kilometres (37 mi) north of her starting position.

In the same weather event, the Chinese paraglider He Zhongpin was killed by a lightning strike.

Higher Ground: Paragliding in the Himalaya

Tom de Dorlodot and Horacio Llorens go paragliding in the Indian Himalaya. Leaving from the popular site of Bir/Billing they fly first to Manali, then cross the Rohtang Pass before flying to Keylong. They then enter the remote valley of Spiti, where they experience some spectacular flying

I Would Land In Your Backyard

The concept is simple: Fly across the entire length of the Alps, solo, and go for a swim in the Adriatic Sea. Following in the footsteps of Didier Favre, Antoine Boisselier embarks on a massive Alpine vol-biv adventure with the goal of sharing his experience with as many mountain locals

Forgotten Island

A group of professional test pilots explore the remote and rarely visited Island of Socotra off the coast of Yemen in the heart of the Middle East. Join them as they thermal up to 1000m over the Indian Ocean, battle 40km winds, and fly from the longest caves in the orient.

Surf The Line

Have you ever dreamed of surfing in the sky? To experience this ultimate sensation of freedom and limitless movement? The Flying Frenchies did it!

Surf the Line is an immersive documentary that tells the behind the scenes story of a wild and crazy project, which required two years of preparation, complex calculations, the creation of a kilometer-long cable and a custom surfboard to the delight of our imagination! In order to live this extraordinary adventure, it was necessary to overcome the most difficult tests of life, self doubt, and engage in deep reflection.

Extreme sports, buffoonery, genuine inventions and a lifestyle close to nature: plunge into the extreme and bohemian universe of the Flying Frenchies !


Using a paraglider as a ski-lift is not a dream anymore, it’s a reality! During a full spring all the Blues team played in the mountains to find some incredible lines from the sky to then enjoy it on the snow!


What happens when The North Face climbers Cedar Wright and Matt Segal become absolute bumbling beginners at an obscure and adventurous air sport called paragliding? The Answer: Hilarity ensues.   Follow Matt and Cedar on a perilous, beautiful, light hearted, sometimes intense journey to fly off of the highest peak in Mexico with less than a year of experience.  Just because you are a beginner doesn’t mean you can’t dream big.

Red Bull X-Alps 2019: Full Documentary

As snow settles across the Alps it seems crazy to think back to just six months ago when 32 of the world’s top adventure athletes set off from Salzburg to race to Monaco.

Athletes have been quick to move on with their lives, back to the day jobs as teachers, engineers, guides, instructors and full-time adventurers now skiing and flying. But for many of us, fans and athletes included, the memories are still fresh – the pain, the glory, the exhaustion and elation.

With this documentary on the race, we take a look back to remind ourselves of some of the golden moments and unique trends from the 2019 edition.

The race may be six months ago, the pain may be long since forgotten. But as the saying goes, the glory lives on.

Relive the World’s Toughest Adventure Race | Red Bull X-Alps 2017

In July 2017, 31 world-class athletes from 20 different nations embarked on a grueling hike and fly adventure across the Alps. Filming the race was an 18-man camera crew, equipped with the latest technology and a helicopter. Just in time for the holidays, we’ve put together a 52-minute documentary showcasing the most epic moments of this year’s edition.

Jam-packed with incredible paragliding and almost impossible feats of Alpine adventure. Narrated by race reporter Tarquin Cooper, the documentary features veteran pilots such as reigning champion Chrigel Maurer (SUI1), Paul Guschlbauer (AUT1) and Romanian running man Toma Coconea (ROU), as well as rookies like Benoît Outters (FRA4) and Simon Oberrauner (AUT4).

Red Bull X-Alps 2015: The Documentary

Red Bull X-Alps 2015 saw fierce competition, tough weather conditions and athletes pushing themselves to the limit to make it to the cool waters of Monaco. Relive the race with ‘The Documentary’.

Best Moments from Red Bull X-Alps 2013

Monaco welcomed its tenth and final athlete, just hours before the Red Bull X-Alps came to an end at 12:00pm local time. It is perhaps fitting that on the ten-year anniversary of the first Red Bull X-Alps, it should be Toma Coconea (ROM) to arrive in 10th place as he has competed in every edition of the race since 2003.

X-Alps Ends with a Bang – Event Recap – Red Bull X-Alps 2011

It was a spectacular end to the world’s toughest adventure race today with a close duel between two athletes sparring for second place.

The Red Bull X-Alps finishes 48 hours after the winner arrives in Monaco. Christian Maurer clinched victory at 16:22 on Thursday, and at that time, his nearest followers were over 150 km away.

However, by last night, Toma Coconea and Paul Guschlbauer were lying neck-and neck, around 65 km out from Monaco. They had both flown spectacular flights at heights of up to 3500 m through the southern Alps putting them within range of goal.

As dawn broke, Coconea set off. He ran fast through the twisting valleys that lead to Monaco, sometimes averaging 10 km/h and living up to his nickname, ‘the raging Romanian.’

Meanwhile, Guschlbauer took his time. He knew good flying conditions were forecast, and elected to hike to the same launch place above Isola that Maurer had used two days ago.

Chrigel & Michael Maurer – 6h XC

SRF SlowTV presentation of an epic end-to-end cross-country paragliding adventure XC flight from Zermatt to Klosters, Switzerland on 2015-06-03.

Alps Paragliding VolBiv 2019: Nice to the Dolomites

An 11 day paragliding VolBiv trip, covering 750km in the air, from Nice to the Dolomites.

Me and Tony shared the first seven days of the journey together, carrying everything we needed for the journey, and then I continued on my own.

Paragliding. “Dream. The feeling of flight”

The film is about th­at, and old man and man with multiple so­res can be engaged in extreme sports. It brings great feelin­gs. Main characters – a young instructor Paul Mityuklyaev (o­ne of the most exper­ienced Russian parag­lider), and old stud­ent Peter Maximov (w­ood sculptor, speleo­logist, mountain-ski­er and snowkiting-ma­n) and many other Ru­ssian and internatio­nal paragliders.

Magikistan – Paragliding into the heart of Tajikistan

In spring 2018, paragliding acrobatic world champion Christina Kolb and paragliding instructor Gypaetes Alain Lehoux, went on a vol-biv trip to the mostly unexplored country of Tajikistan… Here is the story of their journey.

Film about Paragliding Vol Biv Pamir – Tian Shan 2019 Russian Team

Jean-Baptiste Chalendier cinematic paragliding

Philip Brugger cinematic paragliding

Hang gliding movie “Free Flyers” (full movie)

World famous hang glider pilots launch from Utah’s most iconic flying sites.

Starring John Heiney, Zac Majors, Wolfgang Siess, Alex Tatom, Dan McManus, Todd Weber, Joe Bedinghaus, Beau Buck, Jackson Menius, Jeff Davies, Jeff Parrott, Bob Lenc with many other pilots and even a dog named Shadow.

Wind Rider (Hang Gliding Documentary)

Extreme athlete Jonny Durand attempts to break a world record flying a hang glider across the American State of Texas with no engine. Dave Malkoff follows the journey from Mexico to his landing site hundreds of miles away.

Speedraid – The First Documentary About Speedflying (Full Movie)

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Best climates in europe: Seven Warmest European Countries: A Winter Sun Guide

Опубликовано: April 30, 2023 в 10:10 pm


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Where is the best climate in Europe?

#1 Portugal. Portugal has some of the best weather in all of Europe. You can kiss snow- and sleet-filled winters goodbye in this compact country. Whether you are a cold-weather person, love the intense heat of summer, or prefer a year-round, spring-like climate, Portugal has something for everyone.

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Where is the warmest place in Europe all year round?

The Canary Islands are the warmest place in Europe, with a January average temperature of roughly 12-18 C (55-65 F). February temperatures are fairly similar.

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Where is sunny all year round in Europe?


This Canary Island enjoys permanent sunshine throughout the year. Lanzarote has a favourable microclimate and more than 2500 hours of sunshine a year, a record in Europe. The temperature in winter is never lower than 14 degrees (57 F) and goes up to 20 degrees (68 F) on sunny days.

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Which city in Europe has best weather?

5 European Destinations With Great Weather Throughout The Year

  • What’s your ideal climate?
  • Sassari, Sardinia, Italy.
  • Madeira, Portugal.
  • Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, the Canary Islands.
  • Liguria, Italy.
  • La Rochelle, France.
  • Summary.

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What country has the best climate all year round?

  • Portugal. #1 in Pleasant climate. #26 in Best Countries Overall. …
  • Greece. #2 in Pleasant climate. #25 in Best Countries Overall.
  • Spain. #3 in Pleasant climate. …
  • New Zealand. #4 in Pleasant climate. …
  • Italy. #5 in Pleasant climate. …
  • Costa Rica. #6 in Pleasant climate. …
  • Brazil. #7 in Pleasant climate. …
  • Argentina. #8 in Pleasant climate.

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Where is the cheapest warmest place to live?

10 Places with Perfect Climate and Low Living Costs

  • Mexico. Like any country, some parts of Mexico are nicer and safer than others. …
  • Panama. Just a bit further south is Panama. …
  • Ecuador. Situated on the equator, Ecuador is a top pick if you really desire warm weather.
  • Colombia. …
  • Costa Rica. …
  • Malaysia. …
  • Spain. …
  • Nicaragua.

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Which country is most likely to survive climate change?

A paper published by the Anglia Ruskin University in the United Kingdom has identified five countries in geographical locations with “favourable starting conditions” that may allow them to be less touched by the effects of climate change: New Zealand, Iceland, the United Kingdom, Australia, and Ireland.

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What is the nicest place to live in Europe?

Best places/ cities to live in Europe

  • Best places/ cities to live in Europe. The European continent is made up of an eclectic mosaic of countries, each one with its own culture, defining traits, and histories.
  • London. …
  • Edinburgh. …
  • Paris. …
  • Berlin. …
  • Vienna. …
  • Barcelona. …
  • Madrid.

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What is the best country to live in Europe?

  • Sweden. #1 in Quality of Life. #5 in Best Countries Overall. …
  • Denmark. #2 in Quality of Life. #10 in Best Countries Overall. …
  • Canada. #3 in Quality of Life. …
  • Switzerland. #4 in Quality of Life. …
  • Norway. #5 in Quality of Life. …
  • Finland. #6 in Quality of Life. …
  • Germany. #7 in Quality of Life. …
  • Netherlands. #8 in Quality of Life.

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Is Spain warmer than Portugal?

Both countries have Mediterranean climates, meaning they are generally temperate, with warm summers and mild winters. In Portugal, the average temperature in Lisbon is 24°C in July and 11°C in January, and in Spain the average temperature in Barcelona is around the same: 24°C in August and 10°C in January.

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Where can I escape from winter in Europe?

24 Best Warm Winter Destinations in Europe

  • Limassol, Cyprus. Stay the night.
  • Palermo, Italy. Stay the night.
  • Canary Islands, Spain. Stay the night.
  • Seville, Spain. Stay the night.
  • Azores Islands, Portugal. Stay the night.
  • Valencia Province, Spain. Stay the night.
  • Faro, Portugal. Stay the night.
  • Athens, Greece. Stay the night.

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What is the prettiest season in Europe?

Although Europe is a year-round travel destination, the best time to visit Europe is during the summer months of June to September. This is the time when the sun is high, the beaches are warm and the weather is sunny.

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Where in Europe is still warm in winter?

The Canary Islands – the hottest place to visit in Europe in winter, from December to February. The Canary Islands have one of the best climates in the world and here you can enjoy a day on the beach and a swim in the ocean at any time of the year.

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Is Italy warmer than Spain?

Is Spain hotter than Italy? The temperature in Spain is always a notch up than in Italy because it is closer to the sun which is why the degrees are always higher than Italy.

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Where is the best place in Europe for winter sun?

The 7 best places in Europe for winter sun

  1. 1 Gozo, Malta. December sun: 18-21°C. …
  2. 2 Southern Cyprus. December sun: 18-20°C. …
  3. 3 Garachico, Tenerife. December sun: 19-22°C. …
  4. 4 Ponta do Pargo, Madeira. December sun: 19-21°C. …
  5. 5 Cabo de Gata, Spain. December sun: 19-21°C. …
  6. 6 Lanzarote, Canary Islands. …
  7. 7 Taghazout, Morocco.

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Where should I live peacefully in Europe?

Top 10 Most Peaceful Cities of Europe

  • Zurich, Switzerland. Beautiful nature and home to some of the best restaurants in Europe, Zurich is definitely a must-visit destination. …
  • Munich, Germany. …
  • Cologne, Germany. …
  • Glasgow, Scotland. …
  • Mont-Saint-Michel, France.

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Cheapest European countries for expats

  • Portugal. This country is famous for good food, beautiful beaches, a relaxed lifestyle, and affordable living. …
  • Slovenia. This Central European country became an independent country in 1999. …
  • Spain. …
  • Croatia. …
  • Bulgaria. …
  • Italy.

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Best European Countries to Retire

  1. Portugal. Portugal has been deemed a secret hot spot for a European retirement. …
  2. France. The close second to Portugal for retirees came to France. …
  3. Slovenia. Making its way close to the top of the list for countries in Europe to retire went to Slovenia. …
  4. Italy. …
  5. Montenegro.

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Where should I live if I only speak English in Europe?

While we have already discussed that Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland are some of the top English speaking countries, we shouldn’t forget that Germany and Belgium are very high up the list, with over 62% of the population in Germany being English speakers and 61% in Belgium!

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Where in Europe will be least affected by climate change?

Norway. The third country least affected by climate change is Norway. Out of all the European countries part of the study, Norway saw the highest increase in precipitation, with an increase of 37.14 mm per decade between 1960 and 2015.

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Where should I live to avoid climate change?

The best cities for climate change

  • San Francisco, California.
  • Seattle, Washington. …
  • Columbus, Ohio. …
  • Minneapolis, Minnesota. …
  • Baltimore, Maryland. …
  • Milwaukee, Wisconsin. …
  • Portland, Oregon. …
  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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15 Best Countries to Live in the Future

  • United Kingdom. GDP per capita, Purchasing Power Parity in 2021: $49,675.3. …
  • France. GDP per capita, Purchasing Power Parity in 2021: $50,728.7. …
  • Finland. GDP per capita, Purchasing Power Parity in 2021: $55,006.6. …
  • Australia. …
  • Germany. …
  • Austria. …
  • Belgium. …
  • Sweden.

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What is the nicest cheapest country to live in?

Here are 10 of the cheapest countries to live and work this year, according to meaningful travelers like YOU.

  1. Vietnam. For those wanting to live and work in an exotic place, but not pay a fortune, Vietnam is any budget travelers dream. …
  2. Costa Rica. …
  3. Bulgaria. …
  4. Mexico. …
  5. South Africa. …
  6. China. …
  7. South Korea. …
  8. Thailand.

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Best climate in Europe – Stop waiting for spring and summer

Enjoy the sunshine on Costa del Sol

It is well-known that Costa del Sol has the best climate in Europe. At Quartiers we are having the best winter weather ever.  

There is no need to fly to the Canary Islands, or more far-away destinations, to get a well-needed dose of sunshine in winter. Rent a premium holiday apartment at Quartiers Marbella. Experience a sunny break and luxury comfort that no hotel can offer. 


Holiday Rentals in the Sunshine of Costa del Sol – Quartiers Marbella Apartments

In November 2019 we had an average day temperature of 19.5 degrees Celsius in the area. The average night temperature in Marbella was 19.0 degrees C. Amazing!

Even in winter, there are very few rainy days at Costa del Sol. The nice weather and pleasant temperatures explain why Malaga is Europes top golf destination. Where else can you enjoy springtime in the middle of the winter?

December is a busy month in Marbella, San Pedro, Benahavis and Estepona. While shops and businesses are trying to create that special Christmas feeling, tourists and visitors are enjoying the sunshine relaxing on the terraces and eating on the restaurants in front of the sea.

January and February are probably the months that fewer travellers arrive at Costa del Sol. Many people do not know that winter weather in southern Spain is perfect for all kind of outdoor sports and sightseeing. Also, being considered “low season”, these months are a great occasion to find cheap flights and discounted accommodation. 

Now, in February, the days in southern Spain are already getting longer, and warmer. The sun rises a few minutes after 08.00 AM and shines until 07.00 PM. It gets brighter every day. The average daily temperature in March is expected to be around 20 degrees Celsius. We will have 11-13 hours of daylight every day. 

Being honest, we have to confess that the Mediterranean’s waters along the coast in Marbella still are a little bit cold for bathing and swimming in February and March, but that will not last for long. Spring and summer are arriving at Costa del Sol. And, if you want to go for a swim, one of our four outdoor swimming pools is heated to 28 degrees Celsius, and always ready to offer lazy days and relax in the sunshine.  

The beach season on Costa del Sol and Marbella starts just before Easter. Spring and early summer are already in the air.

Don’t hesitate. Book a stay at Quartiers Marbella Apartments. Enjoy the sunshine and being outdoors, while winter still is far from its end everywhere else in Europe.  

Close your eyes and picture yourself walking around in our tropical gardens. Reading a book in the sunshine by the swimming pool, or playing golf under a clear blue sky. Imagine waking up and having breakfast on the terrace, while overlooking breath-taking views of the Costa del Sol, Gibraltar and the coast of Morocco. 

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INTERVIEW Climate change: time to adapt is running out |

AS: It has been 8-9 years since the previous reports were published. What are the main problems related to climate change that you can single out today?

SS: Risks to natural and economic systems remained about the same, but they began to increase at lower temperatures. It used to be thought that if the average global surface temperature rises to two degrees relative to the pre-industrial period, then dangerous changes occur. This report notes that risks and threats begin to emerge at lower temperatures – one and a half degrees and even earlier. nine0005

This global temperature increase is already included in the Paris Agreement. But since the previous report was completed in 2014 and the agreement was signed in 2015, there was very little discussion of these global goals in that report. Now they have been considered very carefully.

The authors of the report also analyzed the impact of global warming on many objects in the whole world and in its different regions: in North and South America, Europe, Asia, Australasia (Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania), in Antarctica and the Arctic, and so on. Further. Small islands are singled out because they are considered to be very sensitive to global warming and especially to sea level rise. And in each of these regions, changes were found for a variety of objects of influence. nine0005

If we take, say, Russia, then we can say that there will be an excess of water resources in its northern part, and a deficit is planned in the European southern part

But, if we talk about changes in natural ecosystems (without human activities – editor’s note), then it is not entirely correct to say whether they are positive or negative, since there is no land use there. Whereas for economic, anthropogenic systems, we can separate what is good and bad. If you look at the global analysis, in most cases this impact, from the human point of view, will be negative. But in some regions there are also positive effects of global warming – for example, on productivity and grain production. nine0005

When it comes to water resources, this report does not cover countries, but only regions. But, if we take, say, Russia, then we can say that there will be an excess of water resources in its northern part, and a deficit is planned in the European southern part.

The report also focuses on adaptation – that is, activities that reduce the exposure of systems to climate change and sensitivity. For example, if a city is partly on a river floodplain and is subject to flooding, which often happens in Europe and Asia, then building exposure is the percentage of buildings that are in the floodplain, and their vulnerability is what the buildings are made of: wood, from concrete, with piles, etc. Sensitivity is the impact at the moment when the event has already happened. nine0005

The fundamental conclusion is that if global warming increases, then the possibility of adaptation will decrease.

These are the main features of the report, if I can say in a nutshell about the content of a thousand-page document.

AC: You mentioned unpleasant and some relatively positive effects. Can you please highlight the most negative consequences? And tell us more about the positive effects of climate change.

SS: I will not undertake to single out the most negative consequences. Because each country believes that it has the most negative consequences. For example, small island states consider the frequency and intensification of cyclones, which on the one hand bring quite a lot of disasters, and on the other hand bring there water necessary for agriculture, as very serious consequences.

As for the positive consequences, for example, for Russia, the reduction of the ice cover in the Arctic and the increase in the duration of navigation along the Northern Sea Route opens up opportunities for commercial transportation of goods. This is good for the economy. It can also be said that there are more water resources somewhere and the grain yield per hectare is increasing in some areas. But in general, of course, the consequences are mostly negative. nine0005

There is a very common point of view, since Russia is a northern country and a cold country, then an increase in temperatures is for the better. This is not entirely correct. 66 percent of the territory of our country is under permafrost. And the foundation of technical structures and residential buildings is designed for the fact that the piles are in the permafrost. If it gets warmer, then the strength of these foundations will decrease. Therefore, new buildings will need new building codes and regulations, respectively, their cost will be more expensive. And existing buildings need to be strengthened, which also requires money. Therefore, warming is not always good for Russia. nine0005

Another typical example, which is typical not only for Russia. With global warming, a certain trend towards an increase in extreme weather events has been noted. For example, the so-called “heat waves”, that is, a long period of elevated temperatures. This leads, in particular, to fires in forests and peatlands. This is bad not only because forests are burning, but also because both carbon dioxide and methane are released into the atmosphere. That is, the amount of greenhouse gases is increasing. In addition, it is very bad for people’s health. This is typical not only for our country, but also, for example, for Australia and the USA. nine0005

AS: You said that Russia’s problems in terms of climate change are not unique. It turns out that the entire northern hemisphere, in particular, the northern countries, one way or another face similar consequences?

SS: Yes, there are similarities. This happens, for example, in Canada. Just like, say, all of the Pacific and Caribbean island nations are facing rising sea levels. It may seem that this is a small increase: we are talking about an average of several tens of centimeters. But these and larger boost levels can make a difference in storms, for example. nine0005

There are also uniquenesses. These are, for example, mangrove forests that grow from water. They are carbon sinks and are typical mainly for tropical countries. For Russia, this problem is not relevant, because we do not have such forests.

AS: How will climate change affect cities and metropolitan areas?

SS: First, metropolitan areas and cities are climatic “heat islands”. The temperature there is usually higher than in the surrounding rural areas. Why is it so? Because cities have a lot of asphalt and concrete, and there is relatively little greenery compared to the suburbs. Here the temperature is one or two degrees higher for physical reasons. In addition, there are problems with atmospheric circulation due to the fact that cities are poorly ventilated. These are, for example, Mexico City and Beijing. nine0005

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View of Beijing, the capital of China

In addition, until relatively recently, cities were poorly adapted to heat waves. True, after the heat wave in Europe in 2003, many cities began to install air conditioners and develop special programs to better adapt to such changes.

Russia, within the framework of the UN Convention on Climate Change, the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Agreement, took certain commitments to reduce emissions, which it has 100 percent fulfilled

Together with global warming, the so-called vector-borne diseases, such as encephalitis or malaria, began to spread to the north of Eurasia, that is, they appear in regions where they did not exist before. This means that now the network of epidemiological stations must take measures in connection with the expansion of the areas of these diseases.

AS: You have already talked about climate change adaptation programs. What documents exist today on prevention or adaptation to climate change? nine0004

SS: There is such a well-known document as the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. It was signed in 1992 in Rio de Janeiro. There was the Kyoto Protocol was to this convention and the Paris Agreement.

The activity of this convention relates to the field of mitigation, that is, the reduction of anthropogenic impact on climate, the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, the reduction of landscape transformation that is associated with the emission of additional greenhouse gases and adaptation. Adaptation is something that does not reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Mitigation is not a reduction in emissions, but simply a reduction in the impact of warming. Engage in adaptation or mitigation, and in what proportion – the political choice of each country. nine0005

Russia, under the UN Convention on Climate Change, the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Agreement, took certain commitments to reduce emissions, which it has 100 percent fulfilled. Now, after signing the Paris Agreement, the country is developing an adaptation plan. Moreover, the first pilot part ends next year and the time for the second stage is coming. He’s getting ready.

Of course, adaptation still lags behind mitigation. But the Paris Agreement obliges to catch up. nine0005

Europe’s Green Deal | Facts about Germany


The European Union’s Green Deal is a master plan for a just transition to a sustainable, climate-friendly future.

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On July 1, 2020, Germany took over the Presidency of the Council of the EU for six months. Coping with the coronavirus pandemic is the most urgent task. The presidency is held under the motto: “Make Europe strong again. Together”, which means that climate protection is one of the first items on the agenda. One of the most important projects is the European climate law. Without it, the “climate neutrality” goal set out in the Green Deal cannot be achieved by 2050. In addition, we have to raise the bar set in the EU for 2030 even higher. Germany supports the Commission’s proposal to increase the previous target (40 percent) to reduce greenhouse gases to 50 and even 55 percent. compared to 1990 year.

Goals of the Green Deal

The EU Green Deal sets out a number of far-reaching goals. Europe should become the first climate neutral continent by 2050. The project, presented by EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen after she took office in December 2019, is not just a master plan for the next few years. The project is supposed to use the next three decades to modernize Europe on the principles of sustainability and social responsibility. The Commission is responding to the growing risks posed to the EU economic system by climate change and species extinction. The commission also takes into account the results of the European elections in May 2019year, when a large number of citizens, as shown by the voting results, spoke in favor of strengthening measures to protect the climate and the environment.

Green Technology as an Opportunity

The Green Deal is a new growth strategy. The basic message is simple: Europe’s economic efficiency largely depends on the preservation of its natural foundations. We are talking about water, air, soil, as well as forests, oceans and a stable climate. Prevention is the best way to ensure future prosperity. Therefore, the Green Deal is based on green technologies and respect for nature. The aim is to decouple economic growth from resource use and create new jobs at the same time. The project’s numerous initiatives provide companies with the security planning they need and create the framework conditions for a more crisis-resilient EU. The same applies to the fight against the coronavirus crisis. nine0005

Video: The European Green Deal

Sustainability as a development concept for the European Union did not appear yesterday. But the Green Deal has more ambitious goals. It is supposed to accelerate the restructuring that has already begun and turn it into a comprehensive concept of the future. The plan takes into account all sectors of the economy and society – from industry, trade, transport and agriculture to biodiversity, natural heritage, the circular economy and structural change. Taxes and finance, as important levers for transformation processes, should also be transformed in accordance with green criteria.

Best place in gran canaria for nightlife: After dark: A guide to nightlife in Gran Canaria

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10 Best Party Destinations in Spain For the All-Nighters

Spaniards are known to be fans of anything wild regarding parties and festivals. These people don’t pass on great opportunities to meet new people, overflowing drinks, and dance non-stop. Everyone knows Ibiza is the party capital, but there are more party destinations in Spain that travelers can visit.

More than the high-end clubs in the metropolitan cities, some party destinations include the beach, plazas, and nightclub districts. All-nighters can enjoy eclectic energy in these destinations, famous for cocktail parties, wine nights, and more dancing. The fantastic weather also contributes to the fun ambiance and serious hits.

From the north, central, and southern Spain, travelers can experience unique partying with different scenes and atmospheres. There’s always something for everybody, as bars spill everywhere, from beaches narrow alleys and prominent party districts.

Experience the best nights in Spain, partying with locals. Here are ten party destinations to visit.

Table of Contents

  • 10 Party Destinations in Spain For the All-Nighters
    • 1. Benidorm
    • 2. Las Ramblas
    • 3. Fuencarral
    • 4. Benalmadena
    • 5. Gran Canaria
    • 6. La Laguna
    • 7. Marbella
    • 8. Valencia
    • 9. Magaluf
    • 10. Ibiza

1. Benidorm

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Britains will likely spend a holiday in Benidorm for serious partying at the award-winning beaches. It’s a whole neighborhood of pure partying, with over 2,000 bars and clubs within the area. Alicante’s top party district, Benidorm, becomes overflowing with booze, especially during summer.

The Costa Blanca beaches are nothing short of fantastic at night, with a cool breeze, plenty of booze, and fine sands. To get the adrenaline pumping, travelers can go on a bar crawl and try the best local drinks in the area.

The next day, the best cure for the hangover is food, so head to the tapas alley. It’s a bustling beach town in Benidorm, crowded with tapas bars serving red prawns, Iberian ham, and pintxos.

FIND HOTEL DEALS: Best hotels in  Benidorm

2. Las Ramblas

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Who says travelers can’t enjoy the boisterous nightlife in Barcelona? Las Ramblas isn’t just a mere shopping street because, at night, it transforms into a giant party district. Many tourists come to Barcelona just to experience the hen nights and stag parties that are pretty famous.

Las Ramblas is among the prime party destinations in Spain for the vast array of clubs specializing in nightlife tours, shows, fiestas, pub crawls, and boat parties. The whole neighborhood is bustling with people, scenes, and entertainment. This is the situation daily, especially in summer, when the coastal city becomes jam-packed.

There’s something for everybody; Jamboree Club for R&B and hip-hop, Latin music, jazz, underground pop, casual clubs, and luxurious partying at Gràcia.

3. Fuencarral

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If Barcelona has Las Ramblas, Madrid has Fuencarral or the liveliest party district in the capital. Like Las Ramblas, this long stretch of land is home to the trendiest shops and cafes in the city. When the sun sets, people also gather to enjoy the urban nightlife in almost every corner.

Fuencarral has a distinct spark for disco, and people come here for the lively music, eclectic crowd, and unique atmosphere. There are places of interest for different party requirements, from hip-hop electronic music and live concerts. For a more luxurious and relaxed atmosphere, the places to visit include Coctelería José Alfredo and Harvey’s Cocktail Bar.

FIND HOTEL DEALS: Best hotels in Madrid

4. Benalmadena

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Benalmadena is a fantastic destination for vibrant nightlife in Spain with a cool breeze, cheap booze, and stunning beaches. With prime bars and clubs lining up the beaches, travelers can have many choices for a night party. Even during the day, many people can be seen drinking cocktails, dancing, and enjoying the warm, sunny weather.

A magnet for holidaymakers, Benalmadena has everything to offer. From wild superclubs to intimate beach parties and luxury nightlife, travelers never run out of options. In addition to the prime nightspots, this destination is also famous for the upmarket crowd. The throbbing music is infectious, and there’s no other way to enjoy the night than tasting local beers and tapas.

FIND HOTEL DEALS: Best hotels in Benalmadena

5. Gran Canaria

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Gran Canaria is a party destination for younger crowds with its own appeal for partying. Spending a night in the party district gets loud, lively, fun, and late. Some clubs don’t open until 11 PM, and discos usually close at six in the morning.

Here on the lovely island, the night entertainment is bizarre; one night, people are gathered in the plaza for themed events, including drag shows. The gay scene here is famous worldwide, and there are a lot of places to visit to spend the night.

Gran Canaria never disappoints when it comes to an enormous crowd. That’s why it’s one of the prime party destinations in Spain. The island is also famous for the Irish bars, especially the cabaret e karaoke, and live Irish music.

FIND HOTEL DEALS: Best hotels in Gran Canaria

6. La Laguna

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The neighboring island of Gran Canaria, La Laguna, is a famous hub of university students. Situated in the university town, the crowd here is younger people, but there are also places to devour a relaxing ambiance while sipping a drink.

La Laguna’s heaving stretch of bars and clubs is phenomenal for its vibrant energy, crowd, and appeal to electronic music. The party hotspot, El Cuadrilátero, consists of 100 bars and restaurants filled with the younger crowd at weekends.

Never miss the bar crawl that takes travelers to a new world of nightlife. Every club is unique, brimming with excellent music, tasty beverages, and glorious tapas.

FIND HOTEL DEALS: Best hotels in La Laguna

7. Marbella

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Marbella is one of the most luxurious party destinations in Spain, boasting prestigious nightclubs and world-famous bars. Located on the sun-drenched island of Costa del Sol, this quaint resort city hosts impressive parties on beautiful beaches. It’s a one-stop location for drinking, partying, and celebrating at a different levels.

In summer, bars open from dusk and close at dawn. However, all year round, the crowd on the island is consistently huge, but the hot season is busy. To enjoy the night scene, be sure to visit before summer or after the peak season. This gives plenty of room in bars, superclubs, and accommodation.

There are also a lot of lovely family hotels in Marbella you can stay in where kids can also enjoy their holidays that offer fun things to do for the whole family.

FIND HOTEL DEALS: Best hotels in Marbella

8. Valencia

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Expect thrilling nightlife in Valencia as the city boasts incredible club scenes, a coastal city vibe, and delectable beverages. Spain’s third-largest city, it’s home to the hottest superclubs and laid-back bars.

Plenty of activities await travelers, from brilliant beach parties to more dancing and bar crawls. The diverse music is also something to enjoy in this city, along with the endless bars in alleys and lively crowds. Neon-lit dance floors also call for a rave night, with people enjoying the heart-pumping beats and acts on stage.

The following day, cure the hangover with sumptuous and flavorful paella, the city’s specialty dish.

FIND HOTEL DEALS: Best hotels in Valencia

9. Magaluf

Magaluf is notorious for partying severely, which ends in the morning. Famous for the BCM Planet Dance nightclub, this resort town isn’t slowing down for loud, throbbing music, eclectic energy, and awesome beaches.

With over fifty bars in town, travelers can experience the best night, complete with a huge dance floor and fully stocked bars. It’s the ultimate gateway for non-stop partying, with all the bizarre attractions and activities. There’s even a Car Wash Party, wherein people are drenched in foam and water, and a paint party that involves being sprayed with neon paint.

All in all, Magaluf is a wonderland for partygoers who want to have the best night of their lives.

10. Ibiza

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The list wouldn’t be complete without the world’s party capital—Ibiza. The island’s reputation doesn’t disappoint, as the clubs and bars are endless. The dance floor gets jam-packed with people who love the loud electronic music played by the famous DJs David Guetta, Bob Sinclar, Carl Cox, Erick Morillo, and much more.

Ibiza is among Spain‘s renowned party destinations for its incredible club scene and sapphire-blue waters. The beaches aren’t the only highlight of the trip because everything’s turned up at night, and people go wild.

That said, Ibiza is not only for partygoers but also has excellent places for families! The best option is to rent out child-appropriate villas in Ibiza, where there are excellent amenities for kids also to enjoy.

FIND HOTEL DEALS: Best hotels in Ibiza


Must-visits for an unforgettable night!

Puerto Rico is a great place to travel, especially if you want a quick and easy place to go from the United States. While there are many amazing things to do in Puerto Rico during the day, many people tend to forget to plan for itineraries when the sun sets. While many choose to sleep early, anticipating another full day of fun adventures, you should definitely schedule to enjoy at least a night out in Puerto Rico.

The island has a diverse landscape depending on where you go, but you can always count on great nightlife when you visit. Whether you’re in San Juan or elsewhere in Puerto Rico, there are a lot of fun bars and cocktail lounges to hang out at. 

But before that, which general area has the best nightlife in Puerto Rico?

Where in Puerto Rico has the best nightlife?

There is amazing nightlife all over the island of Puerto Rico. Since San Juan is the largest city on the island, it has a lot of great nightlife. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t fun nightlife in other places on the island. 

Best Nightlife in San Juan, Puerto Rico

A lot of the best nightlife in Puerto Rico is in San Juan. It’s the capital of the country, and it’s where a lot of people spend most of their time there during a visit. If this is true for you, you’ll never run out of fun bars to enjoy in the city. 

Let us take a look at which bars and pubs are the best in San Juan, Puerto Rico, now!

La Factoria

La Factoria is a chic bar in San Juan with lots of fun cocktails. Along with the amazing atmosphere at La Factoria, there are a few different rooms within you can hop between depending on what you are looking for. There’s a more lowkey area, a dancing area, and other more upbeat areas. They also open a little before lunchtime, so you don’t have to wait till night to enjoy this great place!

La Cubanita

La Cubanita is also in San Juan. It has the opposite vibe, but it’s still a great place for nightlife in Puerto Rico. The bar is super cozy, and they serve traditional cocktails, beer, and shots. It’s also one of the late-night bars that stays open until 4 AM six days a week. 

VC Lounge

If you want a traditional bar and lounge with a beautiful beach view, you need to visit VC Lounge. They have a wide variety of drinks, like wine and cocktails. 

The bartenders are very knowledgeable, so they can help you find something new to try or put a twist on any of your favorite drinks. It’s also a great place to go when you want to get dressed up and spend a fun night with friends. 

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El Boricua

El Boricua is the best place for night owls looking to find the best nightlife in Puerto Rico. This bar is rocking all day and night with live music and dancing. The outdoor patio is great for a louder crowd, but the inside is more laid back with the bar, a pool table, and a jukebox. 

La Placita

La Placita isn’t a bar but a market in the center of San Juan. During the day, you can eat and shop at the shops and restaurants. But, at night, the market becomes a fantastic place to drink, dance, and have a fantastic night. There are tons of drink and food vendors that stay open late, and it’s an excellent place to meet the locals who spend their weekends here.

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Other Fun Nightlife attractions in Puerto Rico

Don’t worry if you’re not spending all your time in San Juan. There’s plenty of other great nightlife in Puerto Rico all over the island. No matter where you are in Puerto Rico, you’ll find a place to spend a fun night.

Birriola – Ponce

Birriola is a popular, low-key indoor and outdoor bar in Ponce, a large city on the south coast of Puerto Rico. They serve a large variety of beers, plus other fun drinks like sangria. They stay open late, so you can enjoy the patio after the sun goes down and order some delicious tapas.

Asturias Lounge Bar – Ponce

Asturias is another low-key, late-night bar in Ponce. They stay open till the very early morning, and they are a tapas bar. But, they also have a lot of wine to pair with the tapas and specialty cocktails. 

Photo of Asturias Lounge from Discover Puerto Rico

Aura Club – Mayagüez

Aura Club is a hookah bar in Mayagüez. They have many different flavors and flavor combinations of hookah. If you want a break from the hookah, or you want something fun to pair with your hookah, they have a lot of specialty cocktails.

And, they stay open super late, sometimes as late as 6 AM on weekends. 

La Central Bar and Music Venue – Isabela

La Central is an awesome bar in Isabela. As the name suggests, they have live music, which is great to enjoy over a drink. They have specialty cocktails, plus beer specials and food, which you can order at the venue or get to go. 

Timber & Blues – Aguadilla Pueblo

Timber & Blues is a hidden gem in Aguadilla Pueblo. The cocktail bar is tucked away, but it’s worth finding if you want to have a fun night. The bar has an extensive cocktail menu, including lots of specialty drinks. 

They also have some great food like pizzas and sandwiches, which taste great late at night. In the outdoor seating area, you can enjoy live music and great ambiance until the early hours of the morning. 

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El Varadero’s Pub – Aguadilla Pueblo

El Varadero’s Pub in Aguadilla Pueblo is a small but energetic bar. They stay open late, and they have delicious pub food that pairs great with the drinks. The pub is enjoyable when the weather is nice, and you can enjoy your drinks outside. 

Barrita La Playita – Islote

Barrita La Playita is an excellent late-night bar right on the beach. If you are looking for some local nightlife in Puerto Rico, this is where to go. It’s a simple place, but you can’t beat drinking on the beach, and the food and drinks are pretty cheap compared to other fancier cocktail bars. 

Puerto Rico Highlights

Before you go, here’s my Top-5 picks in Puerto Rico from my trips!

Top-5 Picks in Puerto Rico

  • 🤿 Discover the beauty of Puerto Rico from the sea and swim with sea turtles and other marine life on this snorkeling activity!
  • ⛰️ If you’re here, don’t miss beautiful rainforest trails and waterfalls!
  • 🍸 Get Ron del Barrilito Distillery Tour and discover the history of San Juan’s oldest rum!
  • 😋 Enjoy a broad range of tastings, focusing on the must-try flavors of Puerto Rico with this guided tour.
  • 🚢 Kick back, relax and get a little sunshine on your face on a cruise around Old San Juan.

Have Fun in Puerto Rico!

You’ll have a fun time visiting Puerto Rico, day or night! Now that you know of the best Puerto Rico Nightlife spots, you can get started planning your trip. Speaking of planning trips, have you heard of Pilot?

Pilot is your brand new travel planner that helps you discover and build travel itineraries connecting you to resources everywhere. Make the planning experience more fun by collaborating with your travel buddies! Pilot makes it fun and easy to share and relive your favorite travel memories with many useful features!

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A continent in miniature – Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria – an island where you want to stay! It is very easy to feel tender feelings for the island, falling in love happens immediately after stunning volcanic views, tropical tanning on luxurious beaches or fun dancing to the Spanish salsa.

What is Gran Canaria like?


Gran Canaria is the third largest and second most populous island in the Canary archipelago. nine0011

The capital is Las Palmas. The island is volcanic, rounded, area – 1560 square kilometers. Gran Canaria is located 200 km from Morocco, next to other Canary Islands – Tenerife and Fuerteventura.


Trade winds constantly blow on the island, which provide precipitation in the mountains, bringing the vegetation the necessary moisture.

Canarians are comfortable all year round, there is no sweltering heat, thanks to the cool current washing the archipelago from the Gulf of Mexico. The temperature of the water in the ocean is warm, so sunbathing under the palm trees and jumping on the waves is possible at any time of the year. nine0003


The symbol of the island is the Canary bell.

Delicate flower that can be found in the north. Pines, eucalyptus, laurel trees – form forests. There is good news for mushroom pickers, boletus and chanterelles grow in laurel forests. The area of ​​forests, unfortunately, with the development of infrastructure and the popularity of the island, is decreasing.

What to see?

  • The unique nature of the island is the main attraction. 40% of the island are national parks. nine0030
  • Volcanic Reserve – Bandama Peak
  • Space views of the Bandama crater, from the observation deck – an unusual and majestic sight.
  • Masapalom wonders

The Dunes of Masapalomas – a popular national park – a white sand beach, like in the Sahara desert, a fresh lake with a palm grove. You can only move on foot or on camels.

Ancient cave

Fans of the history of ancient tribes will be pleased if they visit the archaeological museum and park – Cueva Pintada, where you can get acquainted with the writings and drawings left over from the time of the first inhabitants of the island – the Guanches. nine0003

Evidence of Columbus

House of Columbus – will open the door to all curious people who want to know the details of the journey to America and about the navigator’s stopover on the Canary Islands.

Nightlife Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria is famous for its nightlife.

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Las 10 mejores playas paradisíacas de Francia

¡Te presentamos las playas más bonitas de Francia accesibles en tren!

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Francia cuenta con multitud de rincones paradisíacos escondidos, lugares que te harán viajar a lugares lejanos. Algunos de ellos solo los conocen unos pocos privilegiados… ¡Atrévete a descubrirlos!

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Las 10 mejores playas paradisíacas de Francia :

  • La playa de Notre-Dame en Porquerolles
  • La playa de Torchère en el cabo Ferret
  • La playa de Lette Blanche en Vielle-Saint-Girons
  • La playa de la isla de la Virgen en Crozon
  • Playa de Tahití en Carantec
  • La playa de la cala de Sormiou, en Marsella
  • Playa de Petit Mugel en La Ciotat
  • Playa de Nicet en Saint-Malo
  • La playa «Paloma Beach» en Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat
  • La playa de Chausey

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La playa de Notre-Dame en Porquerolles

Lo mejor: La isla de Porquerolles es un pequeño enclave natural situado en frente de Hyères, considerado como uno de los tesoros de Francia. La playa de Notre-Dame es la más grande de la isla y el acceso, excepto en el mes de agosto, es limitado, debido a que está un poco alejada del pueblo.


¿Cómo llegar? Ve en tren a Hyères y después súbete en una lanzadera a la isla (el precio es de 19,50 €/ida y vuelta). Una vez allí, del pueblo a la playa de Notre-Dame se tarda unos 40 minutos caminando (25 minutos en bicicleta. Hay un aparcamiento a este efecto). Ven lo más temprano posible y acuérdate de traer unas gafas y un tubo de buceo: tendrás la oportunidad de ver lenguados y salmonetes.

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La playa de la Torchère en el cabo Ferret

¿Qué hace que sea especial? Es una de las playas más discretas del cabo Ferret. Al igual que la de la Pointe, la de las Dunes o la de Grand Crohot, la playa de la Torchère es salvaje y natural, y está mucho menos frecuentada que otras. También por esta misma razón, no tiene socorrista. Acuérdate de llevar algo de beber y de picar, porque no hay ningún chiringuito ni restaurante en las cercanías: este lugar se lo recomendamos especialmente a aquellas personas que prefieran aislarse un poco del barullo y del gentío.

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¿Cómo llegar? Una vez hayas llegado a la estación de tren de Arcachón, deberás tomar la lanzadera hasta el cabo Ferret. Una vez ahí, a la altura del número 24 de la avenida de Bordeaux, toma la bifurcación que se dirige hacia el mar para llegar a la Torchère. Deberás andar durante unos 5-10 minutos por la arena atravesando la duna por un camino señalizado.

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La playa de la Lette Blanche en Vielle-Saint-Girons

¿Las ventajas? Se trata de una de las playas más salvajes de la costa de las Landas. Esta inmensa extensión de arena es de muy fácil acceso y tiene socorrista de junio a septiembre.


¿Cómo llegar? Toma un tren hasta Dax (dos minutos de parada). Una vez hayas salido de la estación, súbete al autobús 44 con dirección Lit-et-Mixe y bájate en Vielle-Saint-Girons. Una vez aquí, dirígete hacia la Lette Blanche, también conocida como «La Lette» entre los locales y los habituales. Para llegar, deberás tomar un camino en el aparcamiento que atraviesa un pequeño bosque. Podrás admirar el horizonte bañado por el océano desde la cima de la duna y luego descender para disfrutar de una buena sesión de surf o bodyboard.

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La playa de la isla de la Virgen en Crozon

Es una de las mejores playas de piedras con aire mediterráneo y una de las más bellas y salvajes de la isla. Este lugar escondido y discreto ofrece unas vistas increíbles que harán que te olvides de cualquier esfuerzo que se haya hecho para llegar.


¿Cómo llegar? Después de llegar a la estación de tren de Brest, súbete a la línea 34 de autobús hasta la península. Una vez allí, desciende hasta la playa de Morgat y empieza a pasear por el sendero de costa GR34, accesible a través de una escalera al final de la playa, y dirígete hacia el bosque de Kador, que rodea la costa hasta la isla de la Virgen.

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La playa de Tahití en Carantec

La mejor opción: ¡La Polinesia francesa sin el cambio horario! Esta bonita cala de arena fina y nombre exótico, no solo está resguardada del viento, sino que también ofrece una panorámica magnífica del castillo de Taureau y de la isla de Louët, ambos situados justo en frente.


¿Cómo llegar? Tendrás que ir a una de la siguientes estaciones de tren: Morlaix, Saint-Pol-de-Léon o Roscoff. Una vez estés en Carantec, dirígete al final de la calle Pen-al-Lann. Antes de llegar a tu destino de ocio tendrás que atravesar un pequeño camino costero.

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La playa de la cala de Sormiou, en Marsella

Nuestra recomendación en Marsella: Sormiou. Se trata de la cala más grande y la única que dispone de una zona reservada para bañistas y socorrista además en los meses de verano. Aquí podrán disfrutar aquellos que quieran relajarse, andar e, incluso, hacer escalada. ¿El detalle adicional? Alberga un fondo marino magnífico y cuevas en el agua, al igual que la playa de Capelan.

>> Todo lo que hay que saber sobre las calas de Marsella


¿Cómo llegar? Una vez hayas salido de la estación de tren de Marseille-Saint-Charles, súbete a la línea de autobús n.º23 hasta la parada de La Cayolle. Camina unos 700 metros a lo largo de la carretera hasta el aparcamiento. Sigue unos 10 minutos por el sendero hasta llegar a la playa. Acuérdate de llevar agua y protección solar, el camino no está resguardado del sol. Una vez hayas llegado te encontrarás con la recompensa: un lugar impresionante y una buena comida en el restaurante Le Château Sormiou con unas vistas deliciosas de la cala.

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Playa de Petit Mugel en La Ciotat

Su secreto: ¿Sabías que este parque botánico está clasificado como «Jardín notable» y cuenta con una superficie de 17 hectáreas con playa? Tiene dos en concreto y son de piedra: la playa de Grand Mugel y la de Petit Mugel, nuestra favorita. El paisaje es increíble, con agua cristalina y un peñasco escarpado. Incluso tiene un área de pícnic y un parque para niños.


¿Cómo llegar? Ve al puerto y camina por la avenida de Victor Giraud, baja por la avenida de Calanques y, en el cruce con la avenida de Mugel, sigue con dirección hacia la cala. Una vez pasada la bahía de Grand Mugel, sigue hacia la de Petit Mugel. Ten en cuenta que no se puede acceder en coche porque no hay sitio para aparcar, pero si vas a ir en bici, podrás dejarla en una placita al lado de la entrada al parque.

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Playa de Nicet en Saint-Malo

No te puedes perder: Esta playa bretona situada en el barrio de Rothéneuf parece salida de una postal. ¿Qué tiene de especial? Además de los colores del agua tiene otros muchos encantos, como las rocas escarpadas, la arena blanca y fina, que está protegida del viento y es ideal para bañistas. A pesar de las drásticas mareas que caracterizan a la región, en esta playa la marea nunca baja demasiado.


¿Cómo llegar? Ve por la avenida de Varde hasta la altura de la avenida de Sainte-Marie. Te recomendamos llegar pronto porque no hay muchos sitios para aparcar. Hay una pendiente con escaleras que baja a la playa.

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La plage « Paloma Beach » à Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat

Lo mejor: este lugar de paz, bautizado con el nombre de “Paloma” en homenaje a la hija de Picasso, está bañado por agua cristalina y rodeado de un entorno salvaje, ¡parece salido de una postal! Además, tiene una vista panorámica de la localidad de Èze y de Beaulieu.


¿Cómo llegar? Toma un tren a Niza y dirígete al corazón de Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat. Ve por la venida de Claude Vignon y continúa por las bahías de Lilong y Colombier. A continuación, atraviesa el paseo de Fossettes, llega a la capilla y, por último, sigue por el pequeño camino turístico que te llevará hasta la playa pasando por la bahía de Saint-Hospice.

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La playa de Chausey

Lo que más gusta: este lugar cuenta con seis playas, tres de ellas de arena blanca y fina a las que se puede llegar rodeando la isla por el camino del litoral. Nuestra favorita: la de la bahía de Port-Marie, donde se respira tanta tranquilidad que te dará la impresión de que se ha parado el tiempo. ¿Qué se puede ver? Delfines, con un poco de suerte, y también focas. ¿Qué hacer cuando termines tu sesión de playa? Aprovecha para descubrir la Grand’Grève (al oeste de la Isla Grande) mientras recolectas mariscos, como almejas y berberechos.


¿Cómo llegar? Ve hasta la estación de tren de Granville y, después, súbete a una lanzadera a esta isla misteriosa que cuenta con 365 islotes con la marea baja y 52 con la marea alta.

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Disfruta en tu escapada de las mejores playas de Francia

Francia es un país que rezuma cultura y variedad por los cuatro costados gracias a su gran pasado histórico. Esto se ve claramente reflejado en la gran cantidad de monumentos y edificios históricos que hay diseminados a lo largo y ancho de este maravilloso país.

Sin embargo, Francia también cuenta con espectaculares paisajes, lagos y playas. Por eso te recomendamos visitar las mejores playas de Francia, para que te deleites con la naturaleza del país galo. También te aconsejamos consultar la guía de Francia, que te permitirá conocer a fondo este hermoso país.

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Las mejores playas de Francia

Aquí tienes una lista que hemos creado para ti, para que disfrutes de las mejores playas de Francia.

1. Gran playa de Biarritz

Esta playa es una de las más famosas de Biarritz y es un ejemplo de cómo las playas bañadas por el Atlántico pueden ofrecer áreas marinas espectaculares. Puedes llegar a ella en coche, que podrás estacionar en alguno de los aparcamientos subterráneos disponibles, o cogiendo el minibus gratuito de la ciudad. En esta playa no solo podrás bañarte; si eres un apasionado de los deportes acuáticos, puedes practicar alguno como el surf.

Además, debes saber que hay escuelas de surf en las que puedes recibir clases o alquilar el material. Esta playa ofrece todo tipo de servicios, como vigilancia, zona de alquiler de carpas de lona y duchas. También hay clubs donde los más pequeños pueden pasar un rato agradable. En cuanto a servicios de restauración, en la Gran Playa hay varios cafés y restaurantes, como el Bleu Café o el Dodin.

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2. Playa de Palombaggia

Esta playa está a unos 12 kilómetros al sur de Porto Vecchio, en la costa sureste de la isla de Córcega. Puedes llegar a la isla en avión desde París, Niza, Marsella o Lyon. El acceso a Palombaggia puede hacerse a pie por una senda costera, o en vehículo por una pista de tierra. Al llegar podrás dejar tu coche en el aparcamiento que hay al norte de la playa. Con 2 km de arenal, esta playa presenta aguas cristalinas y una arena suave y blanca.

Además, gracias a sus aguas poco profundas, es ideal para pasar unos días con los más pequeños de la casa. Aquí encontrarás servicios como tumbonas, sombrillas y duchas. Y si amas los deportes acuáticos, puedes practicar windsurf o submarinismo. No te vayas sin entrar en alguno de sus restaurantes, donde podrás degustar la cocina tradicional.

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3. Playa de La Baule-Escoublac

Esta playa está en Le Baule-Escoublac, al sur de Bretaña y a unas cuatro horas de París. Es conocida por ser una de las playas más largas de Europa, con 9 kilómetros. El entorno es espectacular debido a la presencia de lujosos hoteles y villas que tienen el encanto de lo antiguo. Gracias a su amplitud, es una playa ideal para los que les guste pasear. Además, debes saber que puedes alquilar un caballo y pasear con él por la orilla.

Y si te gusta practicar algún deporte acuático, hay escuelas de vela en las que podrás iniciarte en esta actividad o seguir aprendiendo. Y en cuanto a los servicios, aparte de disponer de baños, hay clubs de playa y parques infantiles donde los pequeños disfrutarán como nunca. También hay restaurantes para degustar la comida propia de la zona.

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4. Playa de Sperone

Esta playa tiene apenas 100 metros y, situada entre matorrales, se extiende hacia el extremo sureste de Córcega, adonde puedes llegar desde ciudades como Niza. Para acceder a Sperone tendrás que dejar el coche en Piantarella Beach y, a continuación, recorrer un kilómetro a pie por un camino rocoso. Sin duda, el esfuerzo te merecerá la pena porque cuando llegues a tu destino te vas a encontrar con una increíble playa virgen de fina arena blanca y con las aguas de color turquesa.

Y lo más importante es que se encuentra rodeada de vegetación y no tiene ningún elemento urbano. Por lo tanto, es el sitio ideal para desconectar con tu pareja. Eso sí, al ser un playa virgen, no hay muchos servicios, por lo que te recomendamos que te lleves una mochila con agua, algo de comer y crema protectora solar. Las aguas de esta playa son poco profundas y bastante cálidas, por lo que es un sitio estupendo para nadar o bucear con esnórquel.

5. Playa de Saint-Guirec

Esta playa es en realidad una cala que está situada al norte del puerto de la localidad de Ploumanac’h, en las costas de Bretaña, a unas tres horas y media de Caen. Es una ensenada que se caracteriza por el granito de color rosa de los acantilados. Además, la playa se encuentra rodeada por rocas rosadas y por el gran Castel Beau Site, un hotel que parece un auténtico castillo. Ambos aspectos hacen de este lugar una auténtica joya.

Es una playa muy adecuada para ir con los peques de la casa, a los que puedes dejar en el club infantil haciendo diversas actividades mientras das un paseo, por ejemplo, hacia el faro de Men Ruz. También, si te gustan las actividades en el mar, puedes practicar deportes acuáticos como el paddle surf. Además, no puedes irte de la playa sin visitar algún restaurante de la zona para probar su gran variedad de ofertas gastronómicas.

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6. Playa de l’Alga

La playa de l’Alga se encuentra en Calvi, en la isla de Córcega. Para ir a esta isla francesa puedes coger un avión desde ciudades como Marsella o Lyon, entre otras. Puedes ir a la playa en coche ya que hay plazas de aparcamiento cerca. La playa está situada en el centro del golfo de La Revellata, y en ella disfrutarás de un paisaje completamente virgen, con arena blanca y aguas cristalinas.

Te recomendamos subir a los puntos más altos de esta playa caminando por los senderos, ya que desde allí podrás admirar unas vistas espectaculares con el mar como protagonista. Sin lugar a dudas, este es el lugar ideal para pasar una velada romántica con tu pareja, ya que en l’Alga, con total seguridad, vas a poder relajarte y a desconectar del bullicio y el estrés de la vida cotidiana.

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7. Notre Dame de Porquerolles

Esta playa es una de las más populares de la isla de Porquerolles, en la región de la Provenza Alpes-Costa Azul. Está a unas tres horas y media en coche desde la ciudad de Cannes. Para llegar a esta isla debes dirigirte al puerto de Hyères o a la Tour Fondue y allí coger un ferri. Después, para ir a la playa desde el Port de Porquerolles puedes hacerlo a pie, caminando una hora, o en bicicleta, en media hora.

Una vez allí, bajarás a la playa por una escalera de madera. Tiene una longitud de unos 800 metros de arena fina y aguas cristalinas. Además, otros de sus atractivos son la fauna y la flora que la rodean, destacando los bosques de pinos y encinares. Y gracias a sus aguas claras, con unas gafas de bucear y un esnórquel podrás observar la belleza del fondo del mar y el movimiento de los bancos de peces.

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8. Playa de la l’ile Vierge

Esta playa se sitúa en la bahía de Douarnenez, a unas cinco horas y media de Poitiers, y estamos ante una pequeña cala salvaje que es de las más exóticas de Bretaña. Esta playa es para los más atrevidos, porque el simple hecho de acceder a ella ya es toda una aventura. Se puede llegar a la playa desde Morgat por un escarpado acantilado que va haciendo zigzag, en el que apreciarás landas, aulagas y pinos marítimos.

También se puede llegar en kayak, en stand up paddle o en Vedettes Sirènes, barcos turísticos que te permitirán conocer las grutas marinas. Cuando llegues a la playa te encontrarás con aguas transparentes y un paisaje sin igual que evoca el mar Mediterráneo. Además, debes saber que el agua es fresca y el arenal está conformado por guijarros, por lo que te recomendamos llevar unas cangrejeras. Es la playa ideal para desconectar de todo en plena naturaleza.

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9. Playa Veillat

La playa Veillat es uno de los grandes atractivos de la ciudad de Saint-Raphaël, en la Provenza francesa, y se encuentra a una hora de Cannes. Puedes llegar en coche, que podrás dejar en el aparcamiento Bonaparte, frente al casino. Es accesible desde la Promenade des Bains por cuatro escaleras. Y las personas con movilidad reducida pueden acceder por Handi Plage, el extremo izquierdo de la playa, donde hay una rampa de acceso.

Esta playa posee el distintivo europeo de bandera azul, por su arena suave y sus aguas claras. En ella disfrutarás de servicios de vigilancia y seguridad, acceso a internet, duchas y aseos, y hasta zonas para el alquiler de colchones, así como un bar. Esta gran cantidad de servicios hace que sea una playa ideal para ir en familia o con los amigos. Y si te gustan los deportes acuáticos, puedes alquilar tablas de paddle surf y motos de agua.

10. Playa de Pampelonne

Esta playa pertenece geográficamente al municipio de Ramatuelle, pero suele estar asociada a Saint-Tropez, ciudad de veraneo de la Costa Azul. El arenal posee unos cinco kilómetros y puede visitarse desde el Cap du Pinet hasta el Pointe de la bonne terrasse. Estamos ante una playa amplia dividida en secciones, cada una de ellas con su aparcamiento y nombradas dependiendo del club de playa o restaurante más destacado de la zona.

Se caracteriza por tener una arena blanca y fina, y unas aguas totalmente cristalinas en las que no puedes dejar de zambullirte. Tampoco puedes irte de la playa sin comer en alguno de sus restaurantes, ya que probarás los mejores platos de marisco y carne, y degustarás los vinos y quesos franceses. También es interesante saber que en verano se celebran fiestas en los locales de la playa, por lo que es un sitio ideal para los jóvenes.

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11. Playa de Deauville

Esta playa se encuentra en la costa normanda, a unos 30 kilómetros al suroeste de Le Havre. También se la conoce con el nombre de «Ribera de París» debido a su relativa cercanía a la capital francesa, a unas tres horas. La playa destaca por su amplitud y longitud, ya que ocupa más de dos kilómetros. Uno de los puntos fuertes de Deauville es que está muy limpia, pues todos los días se encargan de limpiarla.

También destacan los bellos chalets que dan al paseo marítimo, lo que confiere a la playa un toque diferente. Además, la playa de Deauville cuenta con todo tipos de servicios, como aseos, zona de tumbonas y sombrillas para alquilar, así como restaurantes y bares. Es un lugar ideal para ir con los más pequeños de la casa porque hay clubs infantiles donde pueden pasar un rato divertido.

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Algunas preguntas frecuentes sobre las mejores playas de Francia

Aquí te respondemos algunas preguntas frecuentes sobre las mejores playas de Francia:

¿Qué parte del país tiene las mejores playas?

Las mejores playas de Francia se encuentran en el sur del país. Destacan las de la conocida Costa Azul, gracias a que están bañadas por el mar Mediterráneo.

¿Dónde están las playas más bonitas del país?

Las playas más bonitas de Francia las puedes encontrar en el sur del país o en la isla de Córcega, porque se caracterizan por tener aguas cristalinas y arenas suaves y blancas.

¿Son cálidas las playas del país?

Las playas más cálidas son las que están en el sur del país y en la isla de Córcega, debido, de nuevo, a la gran influencia que ejerce el mar Mediterráneo. Sin embargo, debes saber que el agua de las playas bañadas por el Atlántico es mucho más fría.

¿Cuándo es mejor visitar las playas del país?

Si quieres disfrutar de días plenos de playa, debes ir en los meses de verano. También puedes ir en junio y septiembre, meses en los que las temperaturas son suaves y evitarás las aglomeraciones.

Playa de Muro, a fabulous beach in Mallorca

In the northeast of Mallorca, next to the tourist port of Alcudia, is the beach you’ve been dreaming of: Playa de Muro. This is the largest sandy beach on the island: six kilometers of clean, white sand, clear and shallow waters … and all this beauty is located on the territory of an impressive natural park. So, dive in to find out more about Playa de Muro, Mallorca’s dream beach!

Beach for all

Playa de Muro is divided into four parts. The first two are the closest to Alcudia beach, so they are very popular, surrounded by hotels, restaurants… and all the amenities you could want on a beach. With easy access and easy parking nearby, these two sites are ideal for families. In addition, the water is very shallow, so children can play in total safety. In fact, if you want to lose a leg, you have to walk a lot. Here you will find a wooden bridge perfect for beautiful photos. Walk across it and at the end you will be able to jump into deeper water. nine0003 © iStock / Balate Dorin

The third site, Es Como, is the most beautiful and most difficult to access. It is surrounded by sand dunes and pine trees. I recommend you walk among them to take in the scenery and then head straight to the beach for a swim. There are no restaurants on the beach or any other amenities that would disturb the view, so it’s worth walking away from the car park if you’re looking for a quieter spot.

Playa de Muro Beach, Mallorca

Platja de Muro, España

The last site, Es Capellans, is close to Ca’n Picafort and is therefore again surrounded by hotels, restaurants. .. everything you need.

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What to do

In Playa de Muro, you can practice any water sport that comes to your mind: kite surfing, parasailing or jet skiing. However, if you decide to leave the beach for the day, there are plenty of other options for you. For example, if you love nature, you should visit the beautiful S’Albufera Natural Park located right next to the beach. This park covers more than 1,500 hectares and is divided into four routes, each of which is very simple. Walk or bike through them to admire the magnificent scenery of Albufer: a vast expanse of flat sweet water, reeds and tons of different birds flying around: falcons, eagles, black vultures… up to 250 different species! nine0003 © iStock / KevinAlexanderGeorge

On the other hand, if you’re more into sightseeing, there’s a gem right next to you, the historic city of Alcudia. Wander its medieval streets and city wall, and sample local produce at the market every Tuesday and Sunday. And if you like Roman cities, beautiful Pollentia is just a kilometer away. There are two very curious things here: the smallest amphitheater in Spain and the tombs inside the theater tiers. nine0003

Pollentia, Alcudia

Av. Prínceps d’Espanya, s/n, 07400 Alcúdia, Illes Balears, España

After reading all this, I think you will agree with me that if you ever find yourself in the Balearic Islands, you cannot miss Playa de Muro, fabulous beach in Mallorca!

I live between Salamanca in Spain and Marvão in Portugal. I love to travel and have visited over 30 countries on four continents. I am currently doing my PhD in Greek mythology, working with horses, and participating in horse riding tours. nine0003

French resorts – description, map, weather. The best holiday resorts in France

The attractions of France

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1. The best resorts in France
2. The weather in the resorts of France
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7. Resorts by location

The best resorts in France

Elegant and eternally young France attracts travelers at any time of the year with its unique charm and historical monuments created in different eras. Those who want to relax on the magnificent beaches of the Côte d’Azur and lovers of skiing seek to go skiing in the French Alps. Connoisseurs of family vacations and sightseeing tourism come to the country, many couples in love choose it for their honeymoon trip. Among the many options for recreation in the best resorts in France, every traveler will be able to choose the best routes for a comfortable pastime. nine0003


Luxurious and multi-faceted Paris, spread out on the banks of the Seine River, is the capital of France and impresses everyone who has been here at least once with its grandeur. It has everything that travelers can dream of – a relaxed atmosphere, numerous historical sights, excellent shopping, fine French cuisine and entertainment for every taste.

Geographically, Paris, which occupies an honorable first place in the ranking of resorts in France, is divided into 20 districts of varying degrees of importance – some are interesting to walk along the streets and admire architectural monuments, others are quiet corners for a comfortable stay. Today it is one of the five most visited cities in the world. nine0003

Excursion tours to the capital of the country – a great opportunity to wander around the Latin Quarter, see the Eiffel Tower, which is a symbol of the city and France, visit the Louvre and admire the charming smile of Mona Lisa. Curious travelers will be able to see the pearl of Gothic architecture – Notre Dame de Paris, known as Notre Dame Cathedral, or visit the bohemian Montmartre and drink delicious coffee in a small restaurant where Van Gogh and Picasso once visited. nine0003


The Parisian region of Ile-de-France is a historical region in the heart of France, embracing the charming Paris and surrounding areas with magnificent palaces, romantic and luxurious parks, residences of French kings, and Gothic basilicas and abbeys. Many architectural monuments erected on both banks of the majestic Seine and located in the region are included in the list of UNESCO cultural heritage sites. nine0003

These include the magnificent palace and park complex of Versailles and the Benedictine abbey in Saint-Denis with the tomb of the kings, located in the northern suburbs of the capital, the luxurious royal residence in Fontainebleau and the medieval city of Provins. In the vicinity of the capital is also located the famous palace of Vaux-le-Vicomte, built during the reign of King Louis XIV.

Choosing the Paris region in the description of the resorts, travelers will be able to get acquainted with the specialties of the famous French cuisine in numerous Michelin-starred restaurants, as well as visit the largest amusement park – Disneyland Paris in the town of Marne-de-Vallee and no less famous entertainment center – the park “Asterix” in the town of Playa. nine0003


Rhone-Alpes, the second largest province in the east of the country, has a common border with Italy and Switzerland. It is named after the natural attractions of France – the full-flowing Rhone River and the highest Alps in Europe, and has a rich historical past. In the capital of the region, Lyon, a large number of ancient architectural monuments included in the UNESCO cultural heritage list have been preserved. Discerning travelers are pleasantly surprised by luxurious hotels, excellent cuisine, and excellent infrastructure of the region. nine0003

The success of the province lies in the stunning beauty of the Alps with the majestic Mont Blanc peak, a large number of lakes, on the banks of which there are hot springs and bases for a comfortable pastime. Travelers are attracted by the natural park Vercors, which includes four mountains, from which a magnificent panorama of alpine meadows, surrounding plains and gorges opens. The Rhone-Alpes region is home to several popular ski resorts, including Courchevel, beloved by Russians.

South of France

The French south has a special charm. The resort towns of France, located in the southern regions, are characterized by a measured pace of life. Magnificent Mediterranean beaches with amazing azure blue water, majestic mountains and picturesque plains attract travelers from all over the world. The rich historical past is evidenced by the ruins of ancient Greek and Roman cities, medieval castles and fortresses, stone houses with traditional red tiled roofs in small villages and cities. nine0003

The south of France is worth a visit to discover the secrets of winemaking in Bordeaux, visit the walled city of Carcassonne, which hosts historical festivals and shows, or see the preserved monuments of the Renaissance architecture in Toulouse. Especially discerning travelers can comfortably relax in the fashionable resort of Biarritz, admiring the views of the Atlantic Ocean.


Provence is considered the most romantic region in the southeastern part of the country. Its picturesque nature is immortalized in the paintings of Cezanne and Van Gogh. Endless fields of lavender resemble fantastic alien landscapes. There are “lavender trails” that pass by fields that emit an unusual intoxicating aroma during the flowering of lavender and provide complete relaxation. nine0003

But the region is also famous for the fact that it combines the popular resorts of France – Nice, Cannes, Saint-Tropez, located on the Cote d’Azur, with part of the Languedoc and the snow-white peaks of the Alps. The noisy Croisette with sea piers and luxury yachts is linked into one whole with small calm villages and ancient Christian churches, the scorching heat of the sunny beaches of the French Riviera – with the piercing winds of the Alps. Provence offers travelers all the best – warm gentle sea, lush nature, luxurious boutiques, delicious food and fine wines. nine0003

Weather in the resorts of France

The weather in the regions of France is determined by the proximity of the seas. In the northern and western regions, which have access to the Atlantic Ocean, a temperate maritime climate prevails with mild winters and cool summers. In the center and east, the climate is temperate continental with hot summers and cool winters. In the southeastern regions of the country, the Mediterranean climate brings hot, dry summers and mild winters. The weather in the resorts of France in the Alps is determined by the height above sea level. Above 600-800 m, a mountain climate is established with precipitation up to 6 months a year. nine0003

January is the coldest month. In the northern regions during the day the temperature is +3-4 degrees, at night the thermometer drops to -2. The warmest is the Mediterranean coast. In Nice and Cannes, the air heats up to +13 degrees during the day, and up to +5 degrees at night. In the ski resorts of Avoriaz, Brides-les-Bains, Val Thorens, Courchevel, it is frosty at night, the average air temperature is -12-14 degrees, in the daytime – about zero.

The warmest in July, and the warmest resort in France is Menton, located on the Mediterranean coast, 30 km south of Nice. The beach season begins in mid-June, when the water temperature warms up to +21 degrees. The warmest water becomes in July (+23-24 degrees). During the day, the air warms up to +24-26 degrees, and at night it cools down to +17 degrees. nine0003

Where to go in France

Sometimes it can be difficult to decide where to go in France. In this country there will always be entertainment for every taste and budget, so you should set vacation priorities in advance and choose the right route so that your vacation does not turn into an attempt to embrace the immensity. Only in this case is possible a comfortable stay in the French resorts.

Beach resorts

The country is surrounded by seas and oceans on three sides, so it is ready to offer a beach holiday on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea or the Atlantic Ocean. The choice of resorts is great, it is enough to study the price categories of tourist centers in advance:

  • Nice – popular for its magnificent beaches, wonderful cultural program and a large number of boutiques;
  • Cannes – one of the most party places on the Cote d’Azur, where travelers are waiting for good sandy beaches, restaurants, clubs and bars open until the morning;
  • Saint-Tropez – a fashionable resort offers a warm sea, beach activities, interesting excursions to architectural monuments;
  • Marseille – resort area with good sandy beaches and lively nightlife, with bars and live music; nine0123
  • Biarritz – a resort known for its luxurious beaches, luxury hotels and casinos, to which the surf hobby has been added;
  • La Rochelle – beaches reminiscent of the Baltic coast of Russia, suitable for a beach holiday in July and August;
  • La Baule is the ideal resort for fans of thalassotherapy.

Ski resorts in France

Snow-capped mountains attract lovers of skiing, snowboarding, sledding from late October to mid-May. Travelers expect excellent service, developed infrastructure, comfortable hotels. When deciding which resort is better to go to, you need to choose the right clothes and equipment, study information about the number of slopes, their complexity and duration. Famous resorts include:

  • Courchevel;
  • Grenoble;
  • Chambéry
  • Chamonix;
  • Annecy;
  • Val d’Isère.

Foantia sightseeing resorts

Visiting historical regions always brings back the best memories. Experienced travelers recommend devoting autumn and spring to sightseeing tourism, when there is no sweltering heat. Each French city has preserved historical and architectural monuments, but the most attractive are:

  • Paris;
  • Ile-de-France region;
  • Marseille;
  • Lyon;
  • Orleans;
  • Bordeaux;
  • Nantes.

French resorts for families with children

France can give children a vivid impression of visiting Disneyland with its many attractions, water parks, museums with legendary exhibits. Another amusement park is Asterix Park, stylized as the characters of ancient legends. Both parks are located in the Île-de-France region of Paris. nine0003

Resorts by location

The territory of France has a coastline with a total length of about 3120 km. In the west and northwest from the resort of Biarritz to Brest, the coast is washed by the waters of the Atlantic Ocean (the Bay of Biscay). In addition to Biarritz, the resort towns of Saint-Malo, La Baule, Dinard, which are part of the province of Brittany, as well as Deauville and Honfleur from the Normandy region, are located here. In the northern regions from Brest to the border with Belgium, the coast is washed by the English Channel, which connects the North Sea with the Atlantic Ocean, in the south of France – by the Mediterranean Sea.

Es cana weather in june: Es Cana weather in June (Balearic Islands)

Опубликовано: April 30, 2023 в 4:18 pm


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Es Cana Weather in June

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What’s the weather like in Es Cana in June?

June is one of the most pleasant times to visit Es Cana for great weather and a nice, relaxing pace. The resort is more peaceful than traditional towns in Ibiza, which makes it perfect for a family holiday or a romantic getaway for two.

Geographical influences

Es Cana is a picturesque resort village on the east coast of Ibiza. It has a long beach along its coast with soft golden sands and crystal clear waters. The harbour is filled with yachts and small boats that’ll take you to some of the other Balearic Islands if you want to do some sightseeing. Es Cana weather in June is warm and sunny, which also makes it one of the busier months to visit. However, the resort doesn’t lose its peaceful atmosphere and you’ll have plenty of room to yourself on the beach.


June has an average high of 27°C with up to 14 hours of sunshine per day. At night, it’s not unusual for temperatures to lower to around 18°C, which is still very mild and great for a night out at the club. The average sea temperature is 21°C with 9mph winds. The average rainfall is 23mm spread over the month with an average humidity of 75%.

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June is the start of the summer season in Ibiza. The coastal resorts fully open as the temperature builds throughout the month. The sea temperature hits 22℃ and is ideal for a swim. We’ve looked at the most up-to-date weather data for Ibiza, covering the last 12 years up to 2023, plus we’ve asked our team of travel bloggers for their first-hand experiences in order to answer the most frequently asked questions about Ibiza weather in June.

How warm is it in Ibiza during June?

The temperature is extremely stable in June with average highs of 24℃ and lows just 2℃ lower at 21℃. The UV index will be high at this time of year, so protection against skin and eye damage is needed.
Try to limit exposure between 10am and 4pm. Apply broad spectrum SPF 30+ sunscreen every few hours, even if it’s cloudy, or more frequently after sweating or swimming, and wear UV-blocking sunglasses too, and bear in mind that bright surfaces, such as sand and water increase UV exposure.

Does it rain in Ibiza during June?

On average, in June you’ll see rain on just one day in the month. In other words, you shouldn’t see any of the wet stuff. There’s a small chance that you’ll catch a thunderstorm during your trip.

Is it windy in Ibiza during June?

You’re unlikely to experience any strong winds. Expect a gentle breeze that increases to moderate at times during June. With warm air temperatures and high humidity, any breeze will feel warm but refreshing.

How warm is the sea in Ibiza during June?

The water temperature around Ibiza reaches a pleasant 22℃ during June. While generally considered warm, some people might find it a little on the cool side on entering the water.

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Weather in Punta Cana in June 2023, water temperature in Punta Cana

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Warmest places to visit in april: The 10 Best Warm Weather Destinations to Visit in April

Опубликовано: April 30, 2023 в 2:20 pm


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The 10 Best Warm Weather Destinations to Visit in April

Sick of dark days and cold temperatures? We have some warm, sunny escape inspiration for you.

The shoulder season month of April brings with it the advantage of fewer crowds and mild temperatures in many tourist destinations both in the US and abroad. With this comes lower accommodation and transport costs, and easier opportunities for sightseeing and touring.

These are the best warm weather destinations to visit in April. 

Miami, Florida

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Temperature range: 70-84; Average number of rainy days: 7

South Florida in April is exactly what you’d expect it to be: white sandy beaches, sunny skies, and fun nightlife. The warm weather and clear days make it a perfect reprieve from a snowy winter.

If you’re looking to scratch an art fix, spend half a day at Wynwood Walls arts district and grab lunch at a nearby cafe.

And if you want to extend your trip into even warmer climes, consider hopping on a cruise into The Caribbean, departing from either Miami or Fort Lauderdale.

Sedona, Arizona

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Temperature range: 42-73; Average number of rainy days: 4

April is a perfect time to visit the Southwestern United States, with daytime temps not yet reaching the scorching levels of the summertime.

Sedona offers eclectic restaurants, cafes and galleries, with well-established tourist infrastructure to make your stay comfortable.

You’ll want to rent a car and drive in from Phoenix or Flagstaff (also worth a one- or two-night stay), and drive to the many hiking trails both within and just outside of the town. One highlight is the Airport Loop Trail, which runs for three miles along the top of a big plateau with vistas of the town and dramatic mountain ranges that encircle the town.

San Juan, Puerto Rico

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Temperature range: 74-86; Average number of rainy days: 14

If you are looking for a combination of beachtime, colonial architecture and good food, then the capital of this U. S. territory is a great place to visit. After spending the day at one of San Juan’s pristine beaches, you can head into the old town for a happy hour cocktail and a scrumptious dinner.

Bored of the beach? A day trip to El Yunque tropical rainforest, a one-hour drive outside the city, will satisfy your nature fix. There, you can enjoy a guided hike, try some ziplining, and swim in cascading waterfalls.

Las Vegas, Nevada

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Temperature range: 57-79; Average number of rainy days: 2

April is an ideal time to lounge by the pool at one of Vegas’ many hotels and resorts, catch an evening show, and try your luck at a round of blackjack. Better yet, if you can stay mid-week, you’ll escape a lot of the weekend crowds and find great rates at normally pricey hotels.

If you want to extend your trip, consider heading out to the Grand Canyon, or explore a hiking trail just outside the city. 

Austin, Texas

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Temperature range: 59-80; Average number of rainy days: 7

Clear skies and abundant outdoor activities make Austin a fantastic destination to visit in April. With bluebonnets in bloom, take a road trip out to the Hill Country, and enjoy a wine tasting at one of the region’s many vineyards.

Back in the city, Barton Springs Pool is a must-do activity in April. It’s a natural pool located close to downtown with views of the skyline, and the water temperature is a constant 68 degrees year-round. Pro Tip: To avoid long lines, go to the South (rather than North) Entrance of the pool.

After your swim, check out nearby Terry Black’s Barbecue for lunch, and then enjoy an afternoon of shopping along hip South Congress Avenue.

Guadalajara, Mexico

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Temperature range: 58-88; Average number of rainy days: 1

Mexico’s second-largest city is an often overlooked but highly recommended destination to visit. With a population of five million people, it has all the amenities of a large city—without the fast pace of Mexico City.

Must-sees are the main cathedral and surrounding colonial-style streets, the flea market at Tlaquepaque, and a day trip to the aptly-named town of Tequila, just one hour outside of the city.

Note that if you visit Mexico during Semana Santa (Holy Week), expect big celebrations but also higher accommodation prices and larger crowds. The dates for this week change every year, so do a quick Google search to see if your trip coincides with this time.

Andalucía, Spain

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Temperature range: 52-74; Average number of rainy days: 6

The southern part of Spain offers tourists beautiful mountain ranges, the stunning Mediterranean coast, and gastronomical delights. 

Be sure to spend a few days in the largest city in the area, Seville, which is easily reachable by high-speed train from the capital Madrid.

Then head over to Córdoba and Granada for beautiful cathedrals and Roman ruins. Cap your trip off with a couple of days in easygoing seaside Málaga and/or Marbella.

Sydney, Australia

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Temperature range: 60-75; Average number of rainy days: 8

Australia’s largest city is a great place to visit in April. In April, Australia is just heading into the second month of fall, so the summer heat—and crowds—have subsided and the days are cooler but still comfortable. 

Be sure to take a walk around Circular Quay to see the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Then jump on a ferry to hop over to Taronga Zoo, one of the most picturesque zoos in the world, or over to Manly Beach, which has a more local vibe than the more touristy Bondi Beach. Sea temperatures in April are still warm enough for comfortable swimming (although the water cools off towards the end of the month). 

Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii

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Temperature range: 67-85; Average number of rainy days: 9

One of the best months to visit the islands of Hawaii is in April. The peak tourist season is over, but the weather is still nice enough to enjoy the best of the islands’ beaches and outdoor activities.

If you’re looking for lush rainforest, take the drive to Hana, on the island of Maui and admire the many waterfalls that dot the route.  

Going on a helicopter ride (you can choose with or without doors!) on Kauai will take you up over towering peaks, across to the world-famous Na Pali Coast, and then to some shooting locations for Jurassic Park. You’ll also enjoy a myriad of outdoor sports, including surfing, scuba diving, kayaking, waterskiing and kitesurfing.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Temperature range: 71-82; Average number of rainy days: 9

Brazil’s second-largest city and famed party destination is a great place to visit in April, in between the summer and winter seasons that attract the most tourists.

Base yourself in beachside Copacabana, Ipanema or Botafogo to be centrally-located. Don’t miss the iconic Christ The Redeemer statue and be sure to take the cable car up to Sugarloaf Mountain for stunning city views. 

Enjoy lounging on the famous Copacabana or Ipanema beaches, or head to the lesser-known Búzios, Ilha Grande and Paraty beach destinations after spending time in Rio.

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Warm Places to Travel to in April

I believe everyone deserves a vacation. Most people think that a vacation should be in a tropical paradise where sometimes your skin seems to melt due to the extreme heat (maybe I exaggerated just a little, but you know what I mean!). Skip the tropical beaches in the Summer and go on a great vacation in the Spring to a warm place instead! I have put together a great list of a few of the warm places to go in April. You can choose to take a road trip through the USA or maybe you might want to see Europe or Asia. Either way, I can help you if you do not know where to head to. Don’t worry, as I have you covered, so keep reading to find a few warm places to travel to in April.

Savannah, Georgia, USA

Just my favorite city in the USA! Spring is definitely the best time to visit Savannah, Georgia. In April, the weather is warm enough to enjoy nearby beach activities and other outdoor activities. You can even enjoy the azalea flowering season. You can get to know this city by walking its squares: Johnson, Wright, Madison, Monterey, and Chippewa squares. You, of course, must see the fountain at Forsyth Park because it is one of the oldest fountains in the country and dates back to the 1850s.

If you are looking for adventure then you must rent a kayak, canoe, paddleboard, or go boating in the water. Kiteboarding on Tybee Island is also a great place to view the city and get in some exercise.

North Lake Tahoe, California USA

Go visit North Lake Tahoe in California, as it is a blast during the month of April. The warm weather of April allows for trips to the parks, the beaches, and even the hiking trails. There is a beautiful view of the Fanette Island and tea house from the Emerald Bay State Park. Other great hikes in Lake Tahoe are Rubicon Trail, Eagle Rock Trailhead, Shirley Canyon Trail, Five Lakes Trail, Pinedrop Trail, and Stateline Lookout. You can get a real look at Mother Nature’s beauty and wildlife at the King’s Beach State Recreation Area. It is located in downtown Kings Beach between Bear and Coon Street on the shores of North Lake Tahoe.

Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

I know I may have mentioned that a tropical beach is not the best getaway but the warm weather of April allows for an exception. Besides sunbathing or swimming along the stunning seven-mile beach, there are plenty of other activities to partake in. Visit the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park for a glimpse at the preservation of the Island’s flora and fauna. You can make your trip memorable by visiting Stingray City and feeding the stingrays! Take a night tour to the bioluminescent bay and swim in the fluorescent water. Other things to do and see in Grand Cayman are: visit the Crystal Caves, go horseback riding along the beach, go kitesurfing, or just go to Hell Grand Cayman! Enjoy the Cayman cuisine while you are here!

Porto, Portugal

While Lisbon may be the front-runner for the most-visited place in Portugal, the city of Porto has amazing places to see and fun things to do during the spring months. The must-see attractions in Porto include Torre dos Clerigos, stroll along the Cais da Ribeira, cruise along the Duoro River, Fundacao Seralves Museum and a trip to a port wine cellar. This city is home to the port wine and you can visit old warehouses and major cellars that offer wine tastings and guided tours. The warm weather allows you to check out the city without large crowds and you can get better deals on hotels and flights.

Venice, Italy

You might want to seize the opportunity to visit Venice in the next few years before it begins to sink deeper into the sea. Torrential rain and floods are not as common during the month of April, so this is a great time to visit Venice. The first thing you must do in Venice is to take a gondola ride along the Grand Canal. Other amazing things to do and see include: eating gelato, visiting St. Mark’s Square and Basilica, visiting Doge’s Palace, checking out the Bridge of Sighs and walking along the Rialto Bridge (a scene from Spiderman: Far from Home was shot at this location). While you are in Venice, be sure to take the ferry over to Burano, it will be a colorful experience for sure!

Amori, Japan

The main reason for visiting Amori in April is to see the cherry blossoms. These pale-pink flowers can be spotted in places like Ashino Park, Hirosaki Park, and Towada City Kanchogai-dori. Other beautiful places to see in Amori are Showa Daibutsu, Hakkoda Ropeway, Amore Museum of Art and Aoiumi Park. Some fun things to do in Amori are: hike along the Oirase Gorge Stream, visit the Nebuta House Museum and take a speedboat tour on Lake Towada You are going to want to take out this bucket list of things to do while visiting Amori, Japan.

Wilmington North Carolina, USA

The city of Wilmington, North Carolina supports many wonderful festivals and activities throughout the year and April’s calendar is usually full of fun things to see and do. For those who prefer a historical view of the city, you should visit the following attractions: Cape Fear Museum of History and Science, Fort Fisher Historic Area, St. James Episcopal Church (the oldest church in the city), Sunset Park Historic District, and the Wilmington Railroad Museum.

They also have the Azalea festival in the spring, which is the biggest arts festival in Wilmington. This annual art festival goes from April 1st to April 5th this year. You can check out the awesome Spring Art Show and even the 3-D art creations. A DO NOT MISS is the Airlie Gardens, which has more than 60 acres of formal gardens. Also, I think the warm weather calls for a calming walk along the Carolina Beach Boardwalk or Carolina Beach State Park.

Be Sure and Take a Vacation in April!

It does not matter to which of these places you want to visit, but you should visit at least one of the above-mentioned places during April. The warm weather is perfect for almost every event and activity you want to partake in. If your budget cannot handle a big European trip, then stay in the States and have a wonderful spring trip. Regardless of which warm place you choose to travel to in April, just remember to have fun and enjoy the experience.

April 2023. Where to go on a cheap vacation abroad at sea

Plan a vacation by the sea! We have compiled a selection of the cheapest tours and tickets. Find out where you can go on a cheap vacation in April 2023. We also tell you where the best beach vacation is and where they are allowed without a visa.


  1. Where is cheap
  2. Where is the best beach holiday
  3. Where to go without a visa
  4. Cheap tickets

The cheapest sea tours in April

South of Russia — from 12,500 ₽/person

Quite cheap in April 2023, you can fly to rest in the South of Russia – on a package tour and on your own. It’s already warm, everything is blooming – beauty! Of course, it is still too early to open the swimming season on the Black Sea in April, but you don’t have to swim in the sea. Walking along the shore, listening to the sound of the waves and breathing fresh air is already enough.

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Tempension at night, ° C 27 27
temperature, ° C 29 29 28 75
Pressure, mm 756 756 756 755 755
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Humidity, % 75 75 74
9000 6 756 757
Wind, m/s 4 4 4 4
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Abkhazia — 15,000 ₽/person

It’s too early to swim in April, but you can breathe in the healing air, enjoy almost deserted resorts and go on excursions. And what prices! Definitely, this is the cheapest destination where you can go abroad by sea in April. Learn about holidays in Abkhazia.

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New Athos, Abkhazia. Photo: fieldreports / / CC BY-NC-ND 2.0.

Turkey — 35000 ₽/person

Entry conditions. All covid restrictions have been lifted.

Is it possible to have a cheap holiday abroad? Of course, because there are good old Turkish resorts! This is one of the most inexpensive options where you can relax by the sea in April 2023.

We advise you to fly to Turkey in the spring, although not the time for a beach holiday. But there are no crowds of tourists, hotels and beaches are half empty, prices are low and there is no stuffiness. The perfect time to explore the beauties of Turkey. Want to swim? Choose a hotel where the pool is heated. We rested in Antalya, Side and Alanya in April – we stayed in good five-star hotels for very modest money (we paid one and a half to two times cheaper than in summer) and were very pleased. Find out more about holidays in Turkey.

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While on holiday in Turkey in April, we rented a car and went to Cappadocia.

UAE — 40 000 ₽/person

Entry conditions. All covid restrictions lifted.

You can have a cheap rest by the warm sea in April 2023 in the Emirates.

In April, the high season in the UAE continues. Pleasant weather is well suited for a beach holiday, excursions, boat trips, diving, visiting water parks and entertainment centers. The thermometer shows +30…+35°C, and at night it drops to +25°C. The sea is warmed up to +25…+28°С. Find out more about holidays in April in the UAE.

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Snoopy Island, Fujairah. Photo: nate2b /

Egypt — 50 000 ₽/person

Entry conditions. All covid restrictions have been lifted.

Good and quite inexpensive you can relax in Egypt. Water temperature in April: +23°С. In spring, there is still no heat and stuffiness, but strong winds (khamsin) blow, which sometimes bring sandstorms. In calm weather it will be nice to go on excursions – in the spring these trips will bring pleasure and will not become a real test, like in summer. Find out when is the best time to go to Egypt.

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Sharm El Sheikh. Photo: Freesally /

Thailand — 70 000 ₽/person

Entry conditions. Thailand lifted all coronavirus restrictions.

In April 2023, you can fly to Thailand for a relatively inexpensive vacation! Vouchers to top hotels are cheaper than in winter. We lived in Phuket in April and the first half of May and were satisfied with the rest: hotel prices are dropping, and there are much fewer people in the resorts. Lots of cheap fruits appear.

April is a month of transition between high and low seasons. Not everyone is comfortable in such conditions: humidity rises, it rains more often, the sea is not always calm. However, you can relax on the beach, but it is better not to go on long excursions. Find out about holidays in Thailand in the spring.

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Yanui beach in Phuket we really liked. It is picturesque and almost idyllic!

India — 50 000 ₽/person

Entry conditions. The country has lifted all covid restrictions from November 22, 2022. Travel no longer requires tests, vaccinations and filling out online forms. You only need to get a visa, it is done online and is inexpensive.

In April 2023, you can have a cheap vacation at sea in India. April is the off-season, the transition to the rainy season in Goa. Gradually it becomes hotter and wetter, stuffiness is hard to endure. The sea is already restless, muddy. There are almost no tourists, and most sheks are closed. Traveling is uncomfortable. In principle, in early April, you can still relax if you choose a great hotel with a swimming pool. Check out the top 10 hotels in Goa.

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Long Beach in Phu Quoc is really long! Almost all the hotels of the island are concentrated along it.

Beach holiday in April 2023

Here we talk about more expensive destinations that are best for a beach holiday in April.


Entry conditions. Vietnam receives tourists from the Russian Federation. All covid restrictions have been lifted. Without a visa – 15 days, to Phu Quoc – 30 days. You can also get email. visa for 30 days for $25.

You can have a good rest in April on the sea in Vietnam: +30…+33°С in Nha Trang, +33…+35°С in Mui Ne and Phu Quoc. Sea +27°C and above. It rains, but very rarely. April in Vietnam is suitable for beach holidays, diving and excursions. Take a trip to Dalat – high in the mountains it is cool and good. Find out more about the weather in April.

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Long Beach in Phu Quoc is really long! Almost all the hotels of the island are concentrated along it.


Entry conditions. All covid restrictions lifted.

We rested in the Maldives in April on different local islands: Rasdhoo, Thoddoo and Ukulhas. The weather was ideal for a beach holiday, snorkeling and excursions: during the day it was over +30°C, it was completely calm and without precipitation, the sea cooled pleasantly. In general, this is a transitional month, because the rainy season begins in May, and usually the weather is not so accommodating. There are waves and rains, but we were lucky.

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We are on vacation in the Maldives. Snow-white beaches, azure water, fish, corals. Beautiful! And for the whole vacation we spent only 45,000 ₽ for two – it turned out quite inexpensively.


Entry conditions. Israel accepts tourists from the Russian Federation, all you need is insurance covering treatment for coronavirus. There are no covid restrictions.

Israel is another good destination where you can relax in April 2023 by the sea. Warm water on the Red Sea in Eilat and Ein Bokek on the Dead Sea.

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Village Beach in Eilat, Red Sea (Photo: / Ludvig14)

Sri Lanka

Entry conditions. All covid restrictions have been lifted from December 7, 2022.

April is the last month before heavy rains in Sri Lanka. During the day it is very warm +32°С, sea water +30°С. The sky is often overcast and it can rain in the evening. In April, it is better to relax on the sea at east (eg Trincomalee). In Hikkaduwa, Benton and Unawatuna, it often storms. Find out more about the weather in Sri Lanka.

We were in Sri Lanka in March and traveled half the country. The island is very colorful! We definitely recommend going there. By the way, in April you will still have time to look at the whales – they migrate off the coast of Mirissa. We went on a whale safari – it’s impressive. Read how to see whales in Sri Lanka.

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Mirissa, Sri Lanka (Photo: / @ollivves)


Entry conditions. Spain issues tourist visas to Russians. The sky is closed to Russian aircraft. There are no covid restrictions.

The weather in Tenerife is excellent: +24°C on average, the humidity is low and there is almost no rain, it is sunny. Head south at the end of the month – there you can already sunbathe with might and main and even swim in the bays. Read useful articles about Spain.

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Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Photo: Louis Bordes /


Entry conditions. Only with a certificate of vaccination, and at least 14 days must have passed since the date of the last vaccination. You also need covid insurance and a return ticket or a ticket to another country. A visa can be obtained on arrival for 30 days and extended once for another 30 days. The price is $35.

Bali is not exactly suitable for a beach holiday. First of all, it is culture and nature, excursions and outdoor activities. If beaches are important, choose Nusa Dua and Sanur – there are the least waves. We also rested in Bali in April, but lived in Ubud and explored the north of the island. During the day it is hot and humid + 30 ° C, sometimes it rained – more often at night. Everything is as usual in Southeast Asia!

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Karang Beach in Sanur (Photo: / @wxs)

Where else to relax in April 2023 at sea . Warm and sunny on exotic islands – the Seychelles and the Philippines. But the European resorts of the Mediterranean Sea will be ready for a beach holiday only at the end of May – beginning of June.

Ancon Beach near Trinidad, Cuba. Transparent water, fine sand, light breeze – and almost no one!

Where to go in April without a visa

Few people like to mess around with visas. Below I will list the destinations where you can go without a visa or apply for it in a simplified way. All these countries are warm and suitable for a beach holiday in April. Feel free to go!

  • Maldives
  • Cuba
  • Bali
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Mauritius
  • Seychelles
  • Jamaica
  • Israel
  • Vietnam
  • Thailand
  • Dominican Republic
  • Jordan: upon arrival
  • Sri Lanka: e-Visa
  • Mexico: e-visa or Schengen
  • All visa free countries

Cheap flights in April 2023

Let’s also see where you can cheaply go on an independent vacation in April 2023.

  • Uzbekistan – 15,000 ₽. Find tickets >>
  • Turkey – 25 000 ₽. Find tickets >>
  • Egypt — 40 000 ₽. Find tickets >>
  • Georgia – 26 000 ₽. Find tickets >>
  • UAE — 35,000 ₽. Find tickets >>
  • India – 45 000 ₽. Find tickets >>
  • Thailand – 55 000 ₽. Find tickets >>
  • Tanzania – 55 000 ₽. Find tickets >>

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How is the weather in Turkey in April?

In April, the tourist season begins in Turkey. In the resorts of the Mediterranean coast, the weather is the warmest. In Antalya, Alanya, Kemer and Finike, a comfortable average daily temperature of + 23-24 ℃ was established. But sometimes during the day on open sunny areas it can reach +30℃. It is cooler at night, but not lower than +10℃.

If you choose the warmest among the Mediterranean resorts, you should pay attention to Alanya and Side.

In Marmaris, Kusadasi, Didim, the beach season comes a couple of months later. But this does not prevent visiting the Aegean coast in April, because at any time of the year you can have a good rest in Turkey.

Sea of ​​Marmara resorts Erdek, Armutlu, Yalova, Mudanya and Chinardzhik, where there are no strong storms, cool air masses still dominate, the average daytime temperature is +18℃, sea water temperature is usually no more than 13-15℃.

It is still cool in April at the Black Sea resorts of Turkey. Therefore, those who want to make an exciting journey to the homeland of Turkish tea, Rize, do not need to count on sea swims in April.


  • 1 Weather forecast for Turkish resorts in April
  • 2 What is the best way to spend time in Turkey in April?
  • 3 Which resort should I choose?
  • 4 Should I go to Turkey in April?
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Weather forecast at Turkish resorts in April

Settlements Average day temperature

Average night temperature Morchast water
Antalya 24℃. 15℃. 18.5℃.
Alanya 23.5℃. 17℃. 18.5℃.
Kemer 23℃. 11℃. 18℃.
Fethiye 22.5℃. 12℃. 19℃.
Finike 23.5℃. 11℃. 18.5℃.
Side 23℃. 12℃. 18.5℃.
Rize 16℃. 9℃. 14.5℃.
Marmaris 17℃. 10℃. 15℃.
Kusadasi 17℃. 10℃. 15℃.
Didyme 17℃. 10℃. 15℃.
Erdek 18℃. 12℃. 14.5℃.
Armutlu 18℃. 12℃. 14.5℃.
Yalova 18℃. 12℃. 14.5℃.
Mudanya 18℃. 12℃. 14.5℃.

What is the best way to spend time in Turkey in April?

Of course, the April weather is not quite suitable for active swimming in the sea. The weather can change several times a day, from warm and sunny to cool and drizzling, but unobtrusive rain. Toward the end of the month, the subtropical climate will win and remind you that a hot summer is approaching.

Traveling around Turkey in April, you should try to find time for an excursion to Istanbul for the Tulip Festival. An amazing sight when the city turns into a tulip paradise for a whole month. There is not a single district in Istanbul without magnificent islands of these amazing flowers. April Istanbul is enveloped in aromas of flowers and the sea, real Turkish tea and hot lakoums straight from the oven. It is comfortable to move around the city, as there is no exhausting summer heat and winter rains. The festival can be enjoyed to the fullest.

In the second half of April, Turkey celebrates Children’s Day. This is a good reason to go on vacation with children.

On the 27th it is worth visiting the famous resort on the Aegean coast in Marmaris. Here yachtsmen from all over the world gather for the International Maritime Festival.

On the beaches of the Mediterranean coast in April you can get a beautiful even tan. Therefore, a beach holiday is very welcome. Those who are not afraid of cool water bathe. Many hotels provide vacationers with the opportunity to swim in a heated pool.

Which resort should I choose?

There are no crowds of tourists yet, so excursions to the sights of Turkey will be especially comfortable. Resorts worth visiting in April:

  • Antalya in April attracts with its magnificent clean beaches, which are not yet overcrowded with tourists. In addition to a beach holiday in the cool waters of the Mediterranean, here you can enjoy yachting. Extreme lovers choose jeep safari. The weather changes here during this period very often. But tourists do not have to get upset because of unexpected wind or rain. In Antalya, you can have a great time shopping. Experienced travelers going to Antalya in April take warm clothes with them. If suddenly a warm sweater was not in the travel suitcase, but buying new clothes in Turkey will be a pleasure.
  • If you want peace and privacy, you can choose the Mediterranean resort of Beldibi. In April there are no noisy discos there yet, during the day it is +22-23℃, sometimes the temperature reaches +28℃. In the evenings, you have to wear thin sweaters or jackets. Magnificent walks along the coast, delicious breakfasts and lunches are provided. Turkish cuisine always pleases with its diversity, and local chefs with their imagination and skill.
  • The beach season in Alanya starts earlier than others. For many tourists, this resort attracts budget prices and high quality service. This is the southernmost resort region of Turkey, there are stunning beaches from which you can only paint pictures. From a holiday in Alanya, tourists bring albums with great photo shoots. Alanya has a large selection of hotels for families with children. This is a big plus to go here in April with the family. Usually trips to Alanya are sold out long before the start of the holiday season.
  • Kemer welcomes the first flow of tourists in April. In the first half of the month it is still relatively cool here, the average temperature during the day is +23℃, but by the end of the month you can feel the approaching summer, the thermometer more and more often shows +28℃. Kemer is located on the slopes of the Taurus Mountains, so the spring coolness here is felt most of all. It is worth going to Kemer in April to fully enjoy the invigorating Mediterranean air, taste delicious traditional Turkish dishes, go shopping and visit local museums.
  • Good, dry and warm weather in Fethiye in April. When planning a trip here, you can grab an umbrella, but you won’t need it often. Fethiye flourishes in April and becomes a hotbed of cultural life. Prices in hotels in April please. Numerous cultural programs, festivals, children’s holidays are at the service of vacationers. The abundance of museums and historical attractions in the city pleases guests, especially the elderly.
  • If you are looking for romance and Mediterranean charm, a trip to Side in April will not disappoint. The piercing blue sky is rarely overcast here, and the sea water can sometimes warm up to + 22℃. Here you can enjoy spending time on sun loungers, gradually getting a quality tan. One can only dream of such a thing at the height of the season, when the sun is scorching and you won’t go to the beach without sunblock. Lovers of antiquity sign up for excursions to the Semelie Peninsula. This is a concentration of historical monuments that attract tourists from all over the world. In the middle of the month, Side celebrates Turkey’s Independence Day on a grand scale, and children will be delighted with the festive events dedicated to Children’s Day. Competitions, musical performances, concerts are held at all city venues.

Turkish resorts in April are ideal for getting rid of the negative emotions of civilization and gaining strength.

Should I go to Turkey in April?

Prices in Turkish resorts in April are very affordable, so you can get the most pleasant impressions for little money.

Weather mallorca spain april: Mallorca weather in April (Balearic Islands)

Опубликовано: April 30, 2023 в 1:28 pm


Категории: April

Easter Season Kick Off | Affordable Mallorca

Whatever you call the beginning of season of new growth, Ready, Steady…Spring!

In the Easter season, Mallorca has far more to offer than bunnies and egg hunting. For some people Easter means bunnies, chocolate and hunting for colorful eggs. For others, it’s an emotional time for reflection during a religious holiday. For the island of Mallorca it also means…go time! The season has officially started.

What Easter Means on the Island #

After a lovely autumn, a mild winter and a beautiful Spring, it’s time to prepare for Summer. High season is around the corner and sun, beach and boats await. No, we’re not there yet, but usually around Easter you can feel the air getting warmer, the wind getting breezier and the atmosphere rising. After a sleepy Winter, people are excited and energized to kick off a new season. Restaurants and cafés were closed for months and the hotels shut down for the winter, but this is all coming to life now.

With the back and forth of travel and social distancing restrictions, hotels and restaurants are tentatively opening. Make sure to keep in touch with your favorite places on IG and Facebook to let them know that you are interested in joining them. Now is a good time to get in touch.

Semana Santa & Other Holidays #

Mallorca is home to people from over 128 countries. We have a multitude of traditions but Easter is usually the start signal for the summer. Religious holidays often come with some time off from work, it’s also a popular time of year for visitors to enjoy a prolonged weekend on our beautiful island. In Mallorca, Semana Santa – Holy Week is an eventful time of the year with lots of activities and festivities around the island. The most important ones are of course the Easter processions which can be seen in many places, ending with the biggest, and most joyful one, in Palma.

This year, travel restrictions have been lifted as COVID infection rates have decreased. The Balearic Government is allowing all visitors. Religious services are both in person and online again this year so you’ll be able to join your family and friends in a virtual celebration. I have a Persian friend who celebrated Nowruz with her family by cooking all of her favorite foods and then having a virtual party. That type of event isn’t for everyone but she is making the most out of this current time.

How to Stay Active During Holidays #

As my friends are showing me, this season is so much more than Easter. If you are not religious or honor other faith traditions, the weather is cool enough for hiking. Check out our Two of Mallorca’s Most Spectacular Hiking Trails for a complete guide to enjoying the island.

If you are more inclined to brave the cooler waters this time of year, check out our Best Beaches in Mallorca Guide to find a cala that fits your mood. The weather in Mallorca in April is warm enough to stick your toes in the sand and enjoy some beach life. If you like your swim in the sea to be nice and refreshing, this is the time to jump into the water. In springtime, the Mediterranean hasn’t reached its peak temperatures yet, but some might say it’s warm enough for a swim with an average temperature of 18-20 degrees in April-May. Though, you can see people swimming in the sea all year round, since the water rarely get colder than 15 degrees. A chilly swim is good for your health!

Mallorca Weather in April #

April in Mallorca also means that the temperature has reached a pleasant 17-20 degrees, with approximately eleven hours of sun per day. The weather is lovely, the island is green and it’s the calm before the fun and friendly storm of visitors in July and August.

Late spring in Mallorca means best of both worlds. It’s the perfect temperature for hiking or cycling, or why not go rollerblading along Palma’s mile-long promenade by the sea or go for a road trip through the stunning landscape of Mallorca’s countryside? Join Mallorca Odyssey on 9th of April to enjoy kayaking, biking and hiking around our beautiful island from Andratx to Pollença.

Enjoy the Sun without Overheating #

These Mallorcan Villages are a Must #

Already in April the number of tourists normally start to build up but the island is still very calm compared to the summer months. This year is an exception with COVID restrictions. This is the time to pay a visit to the beautiful and historical mountain villages of Valldemosa, Deìa, Sóller or Fornalutx, just to mention a few, and enjoy the tranquility and beauty of having a coffee on a little plaza by the foot of the Tramuntana mountains. These lovely villages can get crowded during peak season. This time of year is orange harvest time. For more information about villages and guides, check out Village Profiles or type in the name of the activity and find a place that fits your schedule.

Make sure to.

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And before the temperature starts to heat up, climbing well over thirty degrees in summer, seize the moment to soak up some sun without the risk of overheating. Start your day with a brunch on a relaxing terrace, eat a spontaneous tapas lunch in Palma, have a cocktail in one of the beach clubs and enjoy the sunset from a roof top somewhere.. After a long winter, it’s time to take life outdoors again. Go pick a few oranges and try your hand at this traditional and delicious orange and almond cake. Enjoy this beautiful place and all the island offers!!

Spanish Orange Cake with Almonda

Learn how to make a delicious cake with this easy to follow recipe to savour the local goodness of Soller oranges. Video is 3:08 mins.

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7 April, 2022


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FILE – A Civil Guard stands by the yacht called Tango in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, April 4, 2022. Two businessmen have been charged with trying to conceal a sanctioned Russian oligarch’s ownership of the luxury yacht seized in Spain last year by the U.S. government, the Justice Department said Friday, Jan. 20, 2023. (AP Photo/Francisco Ubilla, File)

WASHINGTON – Two businessmen have been charged with trying to conceal a sanctioned Russian oligarch’s ownership of a luxury yacht seized in Spain last year by the U.S. government, the Justice Department said Friday.

An arrest warrant has been issued for Vladislav Osipov, a dual Russian and Swiss national who the Justice Department says was an employee of Viktor Vekselberg, a billionaire Russian oligarch and ally of Russian president Vladimir Putin.

Another defendant, Richard Masters, was arrested by Spain at the request of U.S. authorities. He’s a British businessman who ran a yacht management company in Palma de Mallorca, Spain — where Vekselberg’s yacht, Tango, was seized last April.

Prosecutors allege Vekselberg bought the Tango in 2011 and has owned it since then, though they believe he has used shell companies to try to obfuscate his ownership and to avoid financial oversight. He was sanctioned in 2018. All of Vekselberg’s assets in the United States are frozen and American companies are barred from doing business with him and his entities.

The Justice Department says the men worked together to hide Vekselberg’s ownership of the yacht from the U.S. government, even developing a fake name for the vessel, as a way to evade sanctions and to illegally collect hundreds of thousands of dollars in U.S services and financial transactions.

They are charged in federal court in the District of Columbia with crimes including money laundering and violating the International Emergency Economic Powers Act. It was not immediately clear if they had lawyers who could speak on their behalf.

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Spanish weather may: Spain Weather in May | Thomas Cook

Опубликовано: April 30, 2023 в 11:18 am


Категории: May

Madrid, Spain – May Weather

What’s the Weather Like in Madrid in May


The sun has got its hat on in May, as summer fast approaches and temperatures in Madrid warm up. You can expect an average temperature of 15°C during May, reaching a high of 22°C, and an average low of 8°C during the evening.

Rain and Average Sunshine Hours

Whilst April showed major signs of precipitation, it does slow down a little in May, averaging 40mm throughout the month, over 11 days in total. The major perk however is the sun, with around 10 hours of beautiful sunshine to enjoy per day, giving you freedom to head out and explore not only everything Madrid has to offer, but the surrounding area too.

Madrid Hotels in May

Far Home Hostel

For contemporary and affordable lodging near the heart of the action in the Madrid, choose Far Home Hostel. Located just off the bustling Gran Via street, this friendly and convenient hotel comprises spacious private rooms and suites with TVs, parquet flooring, and desks. Private rooms come with their own en suite bathrooms, while suites add kitchenettes and living areas with pull-out sofas. A complimentary breakfast is served daily.

Hotel Regina

An exceedingly popular mid-range option among travellers in Madrid is the Hotel Regina. Dating back to the early 20th century, this sophisticated hotel features sleek, airy rooms with TVs and room service; upgrade to a suite to make use of the rain showers in the bathrooms. Penthouse suites command stunning views of the city, while there’s also an onsite restaurant that has its own terrace and wine cellar. Other facilities include laundry, cafe, business rooms and a free airport shuttle.

Hotel Orfila

Those in search of luxury accommodation during their may visit will be well served by Hotel Orfila. A short walk from the National Archaeological Museum of Spain, this grand hotel is known for its formal period decor and its rooms all feature WiFi, TVs, whirlpool baths and mini-bars; suites come with living areas, balconies and sound systems. A haute cuisine restaurant serves the finest fare in elegant settings, and the hotel is also home to a relaxing garden terrace with a fountain. Room service is available.

Bars and Restaurants

Concepto Bistro

Something of a hidden gem, Concepto Bistro is quietly tucked away in Madrid’s Latina neighbourhood and serves delectable Spanish and Argentinian cuisine, with a range of options to cater to all diners. From the prime steaks, to the tapas and empanadas, everything on the menu at this small and friendly restaurant will be to appeal to your taste buds. A nice wine selection accompanies the food on offer.

Mimi’s Creperia

Located very near Plaza Mayor, Mimi’s Creperia makes an excellent and inexpensive place to stop by during the afternoon or evening for a sweet or savoury snack. Crepes are the mainstay of this eatery and they come in a variety of flavours and editions, while there’s also a simple and satisfying selection of other dishes on offer such as sandwiches and omelettes.

Baton Rouge

While cocktail bars are a relatively new concept to the Madrid drinking scene, there are a number of evening hangout spots popping up across the city, of which Baton Rouge is one. Based near the Puerta del Sol in the heart of the city, this friendly and fashionable bar has coveted popularity among the locals thanks to its welcoming interiors and tasty concoctions.

Denay Coffee Bar

Situated down by the Rio of Madrid, Denay Coffee Bar is another excellent establishment that serves both a delicious range of sweet snacks (desserts, ice creams, smoothies and milkshakes) and cocktails for later on in the day. Pretty much everything served here comes highly recommended, and there’s a small selection of tapas available to graze on while you sip your drinks.

Things to do in Madrid in May

Sorolla Museum

Honouring one of Spain’s most famous impressionists, Joaquin Sorolla, the Sorolla Museum is located inside the painter’s family home and is an excellent showcase to his work. While the artist painted in a variety of styles, he was most prominently known for his well-lit beach scenes, which are heavily emphasized in the museum. An excellent addition to some of the other art museums and galleries in Madrid, this is a popular option for art aficionados looking for an alternative to the Golden Art Triangle. Concessions are available to students, under 18s and pensioners.

Platform Zero

One of the quirkier attractions in Madrid, Platform Zero offers a fascinating insight to the subterranean world of the city. Originally a Metro station which was later abandoned, this was recently re-discovered and opened to the public, restoring it to its former glory. The former Chamberi station closed in 1966 and has been completely recreated to its original early 20th century style. Audiovisual displays bring the history of the Metro to life and visitors can stroll down to the platforms while taking in its period features.


If you need to let off some steam or find somewhere to relax in downtown Madrid, head to the Rio, a sprawling expanse down by the city’s river which is home to various monuments and green spaces. Children are well-served by the park’s 17 play areas, all catering to different ages and abilities, while the Madrid Matadero houses a range of cultural events throughout the year – check their website to see what’s happening during your visit.

Madrid Book Fair

Held annually in the Retiro Park, the Madrid Book Fair is a must-visit for any literature lover and has been a feature of city life for the last 85 years in Madrid (it’s been in its current spot for the last 50 of those). You can pick up practically any kind of reading material at this sprawling event and there are regular talks and book signings.

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Table of contents
  • What is the average temperature
  • How much does it rain
  • How cloudy is it
  • When is sunrise and sunset
  • How humid is it
  • How windy is it
  • What to wear

What is the average temperature in May

The average temperature in Spanish Fork in May for a typical day ranges from a high of 66°F (19°C) to a low of 39°F (4°C). Some would describe it as moderately chilly, comfortable.

For comparison, the hottest month in Spanish Fork, July, has days with highs of 88°F (31°C) and lows of 59°F (15°C). The coldest month, January has days with highs of 34°F (1°C) and lows of 16°F (-9°C). This graph shows how an average day looks like in Spanish Fork in May based on historical data.

Highs and lows in Spanish Fork in May

How much does it rain or snow in May

In Spanish Fork in May, there’s a 25% chance of rain or snow on an average day. And on the average day it rains or snows, we get 0.30 in (7.7 mm) of precipitation. In more common terms of how much that is, some would describe it as not rainy/snowy at all.

The wettest month in Spanish Fork is April where a typical day has a 26% chance of precipitation and gets 0.08 inches (2.0 mm) of precipitation, while the dryest month in Spanish Fork is June where a typical day has a 9% chance of precipitation and gets 0.07 inches (1.7 mm) of precipitation. These graphs show the probability of it raining/snowing in May and the amount of rainfall.

Chance of rain or snow on an average Spanish Fork day by month

Average precipitation by hour of day

How cloudy is Spanish Fork in May

The average amount of time that the sky is clear or sunny (partly cloudy or less) in Spanish Fork during May is 13. 2 hours (55% of the day). For comparison, the month with the most clear, sunny days in Spanish Fork is September with an average of 17.8 hours per day while March has the shortest amount of cloud-free hours with only 11.3 hours per day. This graph shows the average amount of sunshine in Spanish Fork in May based on historical data.

Monthly clear skies percent of time in Spanish Fork

When is sunrise and sunset in May

The average day in Spanish Fork during May has 14.4 hours of daylight, with sunrise at 6:11 AM and sunset at 8:34 PM.

The day with the longest amount of daylight in Spanish Fork is June 18th with 15.0 hours while December 19th has the shortest amount of daylight with only 9.3 hours.

This graph shows the average amount of daylight in Spanish Fork in May based on historical data.

Average hours of daylight in Spanish Fork by month

How humid is it in May

In May, Spanish Fork is somewhat humid with an average amount of 53% (relative humidity), which could be described as comfortable. January has the highest relative humidity at 86% and is the least humid in June at 36%. This graph shows the average amount of humidity in Spanish Fork throughout May based on historical data.

Average relative humidity in Spanish Fork by month

How windy is it in May

Historically, the wind in Spanish Fork during May blows at an average speed of 9.8 mph (15.7 kph). The windiest month is April with an average wind speed of 10.9 mph (17.5 kph), while the calmest month is August with an average wind speed of 9.0 mph (14.4 kph). This graph shows the average wind speed in Spanish Fork in May based on historical data.

Average monthly wind speed in Spanish Fork

What to wear in May

With an average high of 66°F (19°C) and a low of 39°F (4°C), it generally feels moderately chilly, comfortable. With that in mind, most people would dress in something warm like a jacket.

What’s the weather like in Spanish Fork the rest of the year

We’ve collected the weather data for Spanish Fork during all other months of the year too:

  • Weather in Spanish Fork in January
  • Weather in Spanish Fork in February
  • Weather in Spanish Fork in March
  • Weather in Spanish Fork in April
  • Weather in Spanish Fork in June
  • Weather in Spanish Fork in July
  • Weather in Spanish Fork in August
  • Weather in Spanish Fork in September
  • Weather in Spanish Fork in October
  • Weather in Spanish Fork in November
  • Weather in Spanish Fork in December

Where does this data come from

Weather data for Spanish Fork was collected from the MERRA-2 project from NASA, which used a climate model combined with historical data from weather stations around the world to estimate what the conditions were like for every point on the Earth.

For all data based on historical data, we’ve averaged the data from the past 11 years (2010-2020). For example, for the hourly temperature at 10am, we’ve looked at the temperature at 10am on every day in May (e.g., May 1, May 2, etc. in 2010, 2011, etc.) and took the arithmetic mean. We did not smooth the data, so for example, our daily temperature line will have some randomness due to the fact that weather is random in the first place.

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What is the weather like in cyprus in december: Cyprus Weather in December

Опубликовано: April 30, 2023 в 7:44 am


Категории: December

Cyprus December Weather, Average Temperature (Cyprus)

Daily high temperatures decrease by 6°F, from 65°F to 59°F, rarely falling below 53°F or exceeding 71°F.

Daily low temperatures decrease by 4°F, from 49°F to 44°F, rarely falling below 38°F or exceeding 55°F.

For reference, on July 30, the hottest day of the year, temperatures in Cyprus typically range from 73°F to 92°F, while on February 7, the coldest day of the year, they range from 43°F to 59°F.

Average High and Low Temperature in December in Cyprus

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The daily average high (red line) and low (blue line) temperature, with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands. The thin dotted lines are the corresponding average perceived temperatures.

The figure below shows you a compact characterization of the hourly average temperatures for the quarter of the year centered on December. The horizontal axis is the day, the vertical axis is the hour of the day, and the color is the average temperature for that hour and day.

Average Hourly Temperature in December in Cyprus

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The average hourly temperature, color coded into bands. The shaded overlays indicate night and civil twilight.

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The month of December in Cyprus experiences essentially constant cloud cover, with the percentage of time that the sky is overcast or mostly cloudy remaining about 35% throughout the month. The highest chance of overcast or mostly cloudy conditions is 36% on December 13.

The clearest day of the month is December 1, with clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy conditions 66% of the time.

For reference, on December 13, the cloudiest day of the year, the chance of overcast or mostly cloudy conditions is 36%, while on July 13, the clearest day of the year, the chance of clear, mostly clear, or partly cloudy skies is 100%.

Cloud Cover Categories in December in Cyprus

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The percentage of time spent in each cloud cover band, categorized by the percentage of the sky covered by clouds.

A wet day is one with at least 0.04 inches of liquid or liquid-equivalent precipitation. In Cyprus, the chance of a wet day over the course of December is increasing, starting the month at 20% and ending it at 25%.

For reference, the year’s highest daily chance of a wet day is 27% on December 24, and its lowest chance is 0% on July 17.

Probability of Precipitation in December in Cyprus

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The percentage of days in which various types of precipitation are observed, excluding trace quantities: rain alone, snow alone, and mixed (both rain and snow fell in the same day).


To show variation within the month and not just the monthly total, we show the rainfall accumulated over a sliding 31-day period centered around each day.

The average sliding 31-day rainfall during December in Cyprus is gradually increasing, starting the month at 2.0 inches, when it rarely exceeds 4.3 inches or falls below 0.3 inches, and ending the month at 2.3 inches, when it rarely exceeds 4.1 inches or falls below 0.6 inches.

The highest average 31-day accumulation is 2.3 inches on December 20.

Average Monthly Rainfall in December in Cyprus

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The average rainfall (solid line) accumulated over the course of a sliding 31-day period centered on the day in question, with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands. The thin dotted line is the corresponding average snowfall.

Over the course of December in Cyprus, the length of the day is essentially constant. The shortest day of the month is December 21, with 9 hours, 48 minutes of daylight and the longest day is December 1, with 9 hours, 59 minutes of daylight.

Hours of Daylight and Twilight in December in Cyprus

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The number of hours during which the Sun is visible (black line). From bottom (most yellow) to top (most gray), the color bands indicate: full daylight, twilight (civil, nautical, and astronomical), and full night.

The earliest sunrise of the month in Cyprus is 6:37 AM on December 1 and the latest sunrise is 19 minutes later at 6:55 AM on December 31.

The earliest sunset is 4:36 PM on December 5 and the latest sunset is 10 minutes later at 4:46 PM on December 31.

Daylight saving time is observed in Cyprus during 2023, but it neither starts nor ends during December, so the entire month is in standard time.

For reference, on June 21, the longest day of the year, the Sun rises at 5:34 AM and sets 14 hours, 31 minutes later, at 8:05 PM, while on December 22, the shortest day of the year, it rises at 6:52 AM and sets 9 hours, 48 minutes later, at 4:40 PM.

Sunrise & Sunset with Twilight in December in Cyprus

Sunrise & Sunset with Twilight in December in CyprusDec112233445566778899101011111212131314141515161617171818191920202121222223232424252526262727282829293030313112 AM2 AM4 AM6 AM8 AM10 AM12 PM2 PM4 PM6 PM8 PM10 PM12 AMNovJan6:37 AM6:37 AMDec 14:36 PMDec 14:36 PM6:55 AM6:55 AMDec 314:46 PMDec 314:46 PM6:48 AM6:48 AMDec 164:37 PMDec 164:37 PMSolarMidnightSolarMidnightSolarNoonSunriseSunset

The solar day over the course of December. From bottom to top, the black lines are the previous solar midnight, sunrise, solar noon, sunset, and the next solar midnight. The day, twilights (civil, nautical, and astronomical), and night are indicated by the color bands from yellow to gray.

The figure below presents a compact representation of the sun’s elevation (the angle of the sun above the horizon) and azimuth (its compass bearing) for every hour of every day in the reporting period. The horizontal axis is the day of the year and the vertical axis is the hour of the day. For a given day and hour of that day, the background color indicates the azimuth of the sun at that moment. The black isolines are contours of constant solar elevation.

Solar Elevation and Azimuth in December in Cyprus

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Solar elevation and azimuth over the course of December 2023. The black lines are lines of constant solar elevation (the angle of the sun above the horizon, in degrees). The background color fills indicate the azimuth (the compass bearing) of the sun. The lightly tinted areas at the boundaries of the cardinal compass points indicate the implied intermediate directions (northeast, southeast, southwest, and northwest).

The figure below presents a compact representation of key lunar data for December 2023. The horizontal axis is the day, the vertical axis is the hour of the day, and the colored areas indicate when the moon is above the horizon. The vertical gray bars (new Moons) and blue bars (full Moons) indicate key Moon phases. The label associated with each bar indicates the date and time that the phase is obtained, and the companion time labels indicate the rise and set times of the Moon for the nearest time interval in which the moon is above the horizon.

Moon Rise, Set & Phases in December in Cyprus

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The time in which the moon is above the horizon (light blue area), with new moons (dark gray lines) and full moons (blue lines) indicated. The shaded overlays indicate night and civil twilight.

Dec 2023 Illumination Moonrise Moonset Moonrise Meridian Passing Distance
1 86% 10:24 AM WNW 8:08 PM ENE 2:48 AM S 246,125 mi
2 79% 11:02 AM WNW 9:09 PM ENE 3:39 AM S 248,425 mi
3 70% 11:34 AM WNW 10:09 PM ENE 4:25 AM S 250,126 mi
4 61% 12:02 PM WNW 11:06 PM ENE 5:09 AM S 251,078 mi
5 50% 12:27 PM W 5:49 AM S 251,190 mi
6 41% 12:03 AM E 12:50 PM W 6:28 AM S 250,440 mi
7 32% 12:59 AM E 1:13 PM W 7:07 AM S 248,872 mi
8 23% 1:56 AM E 1:37 PM W 7:47 AM S 246,603 mi
9 15% 2:56 AM ESE 2:03 PM WSW 8:30 AM S 243,806 mi
10 8% 3:58 AM ESE 2:33 PM WSW 9:16 AM S 240,705 mi
11 3% 5:04 AM ESE 3:10 PM WSW 10:07 AM S 237,555 mi
12 0% 6:12 AM ESE 3:55 PM WSW 11:03 AM S 234,616 mi
13 0% 7:20 AM SE 4:50 PM SW 12:05 PM S 232,124 mi
14 3% 8:24 AM SE 5:54 PM SW 1:09 PM S 230,251 mi
15 8% 9:20 AM ESE 7:06 PM WSW 2:13 PM S 229,085 mi
16 16% 10:07 AM ESE 8:19 PM WSW 3:13 PM S 228,619 mi
17 26% 10:45 AM ESE 9:32 PM WSW 4:08 PM S 228,771 mi
18 37% 11:18 AM ESE 10:42 PM W 5:00 PM S 229,420 mi
19 50% 11:48 AM E 11:50 PM W 5:47 PM S 230,444 mi
20 60% 12:15 PM E 6:34 PM S 231,740 mi
21 71% 12:57 AM W 12:43 PM E 7:20 PM S 233,242 mi
22 81% 2:04 AM WNW 1:12 PM ENE 8:08 PM S 234,919 mi
23 89% 3:11 AM WNW 1:45 PM ENE 8:58 PM S 236,763 mi
24 95% 4:19 AM WNW 2:23 PM ENE 9:51 PM S 238,772 mi
25 99% 5:26 AM WNW 3:06 PM ENE 10:46 PM S 240,926 mi
26 100% 6:30 AM NW 3:57 PM NE 11:43 PM S 243,172 mi
27 100% 7:28 AM NW 4:54 PM NE
28 99% 8:17 AM WNW 5:55 PM ENE 12:38 AM S 245,415 mi
29 96% 8:59 AM WNW 6:57 PM ENE 1:30 AM S 247,525 mi
30 91% 9:33 AM WNW 7:57 PM ENE 2:18 AM S 249,346 mi
31 85% 10:02 AM WNW 8:56 PM ENE 3:03 AM S 250,715 mi

We base the humidity comfort level on the dew point, as it determines whether perspiration will evaporate from the skin, thereby cooling the body. Lower dew points feel drier and higher dew points feel more humid. Unlike temperature, which typically varies significantly between night and day, dew point tends to change more slowly, so while the temperature may drop at night, a muggy day is typically followed by a muggy night.

The chance that a given day will be muggy in Cyprus is essentially constant during December, remaining around 0% throughout.

For reference, on August 7, the muggiest day of the year, there are muggy conditions 66% of the time, while on December 7, the least muggy day of the year, there are muggy conditions 0% of the time.

Humidity Comfort Levels in December in Cyprus

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The percentage of time spent at various humidity comfort levels, categorized by dew point.

This section discusses the wide-area hourly average wind vector (speed and direction) at 10 meters above the ground. The wind experienced at any given location is highly dependent on local topography and other factors, and instantaneous wind speed and direction vary more widely than hourly averages.

The average hourly wind speed in Cyprus is gradually increasing during December, increasing from 9.7 miles per hour to 10.5 miles per hour over the course of the month.

For reference, on February 9, the windiest day of the year, the daily average wind speed is 11.2 miles per hour, while on October 16, the calmest day of the year, the daily average wind speed is 7.8 miles per hour.

Average Wind Speed in December in Cyprus

Average Wind Speed in December in CyprusDec11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310 mph0 mph5 mph5 mph20 mph20 mph25 mph25 mphNovJanDec 19. 7 mphDec 19.7 mphDec 3110.5 mphDec 3110.5 mphDec 1610.1 mphDec 1610.1 mph

The average of mean hourly wind speeds (dark gray line), with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

The wind direction in Cyprus during December is predominantly out of the east from December 1 to December 19 and from December 30 to December 31 and the west from December 19 to December 30.

Wind Direction in December in Cyprus

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The percentage of hours in which the mean wind direction is from each of the four cardinal wind directions, excluding hours in which the mean wind speed is less than 1.0 mph. The lightly tinted areas at the boundaries are the percentage of hours spent in the implied intermediate directions (northeast, southeast, southwest, and northwest).

Cyprus is located near a large body of water (e.g., ocean, sea, or large lake). This section reports on the wide-area average surface temperature of that water.

The average surface water temperature in Cyprus is decreasing during December, falling by 4°F, from 69°F to 64°F, over the course of the month.

Average Water Temperature in December in Cyprus

Average Water Temperature in December in CyprusDec112233445566778899101011111212131314141515161617171818191920202121222223232424252526262727282829293030313160°F60°F62°F62°F64°F64°F66°F66°F68°F68°F70°F70°F72°F72°F74°F74°F76°F76°F78°F78°FNovJanDec 169°FDec 169°FDec 3164°FDec 3164°FDec 1167°FDec 1167°FDec 2165°FDec 2165°F

The daily average water temperature (purple line), with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

Definitions of the growing season vary throughout the world, but for the purposes of this report, we define it as the longest continuous period of non-freezing temperatures (≥ 32°F) in the year (the calendar year in the Northern Hemisphere, or from July 1 until June 30 in the Southern Hemisphere).

While it does not do so every year, freezing temperatures are seen in Cyprus over some winters. The day least likely to be in the growing season is January 16, with a 65% chance.

Time Spent in Various Temperature Bands and the Growing Season in December in Cyprus

Time Spent in Various Temperature Bands and the Growing Season in December in Cyprusgrowing seasonDec11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310%100%10%90%20%80%30%70%40%60%50%50%60%40%70%30%80%20%90%10%100%0%NovJan100%Dec 1100%Dec 181%Dec 3181%Dec 31100%Dec 11100%Dec 1193%Dec 2193%Dec 21very coldcoldcoolcomfortablewarm

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The percentage of time spent in various temperature bands. The black line is the percentage chance that a given day is within the growing season.

Growing degree days are a measure of yearly heat accumulation used to predict plant and animal development, and defined as the integral of warmth above a base temperature, discarding any excess above a maximum temperature. In this report, we use a base of 50°F and a cap of 86°F.

The average accumulated growing degree days in Cyprus are gradually increasing during December, increasing by 148°F, from 5,753°F to 5,900°F, over the course of the month.

Growing Degree Days in December in Cyprus

Growing Degree Days in December in CyprusDec11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031315,400°F5,400°F5,500°F5,500°F5,600°F5,600°F5,700°F5,700°F5,800°F5,800°F5,900°F5,900°F6,000°F6,000°F6,100°F6,100°F6,200°F6,200°FNovJanDec 15,753°FDec 15,753°FDec 315,900°FDec 315,900°FDec 165,839°FDec 165,839°F

The average growing degree days accumulated over the course of December, with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

This section discusses the total daily incident shortwave solar energy reaching the surface of the ground over a wide area, taking full account of seasonal variations in the length of the day, the elevation of the Sun above the horizon, and absorption by clouds and other atmospheric constituents. Shortwave radiation includes visible light and ultraviolet radiation.

The average daily incident shortwave solar energy in Cyprus is essentially constant during December, remaining within 0.2 kWh of 2.7 kWh throughout.

The lowest average daily incident shortwave solar energy during December is 2.5 kWh on December 24.

Average Daily Incident Shortwave Solar Energy in December in Cyprus

Average Daily Incident Shortwave Solar Energy in December in CyprusDec11223344556677889910101111121213131414151516161717181819192020212122222323242425252626272728282929303031310.0 kWh0.0 kWh0.5 kWh0.5 kWh2.0 kWh2.0 kWh2.5 kWh2.5 kWh3. 0 kWh3.0 kWh3.5 kWh3.5 kWh4.0 kWh4.0 kWh4.5 kWh4.5 kWh5.0 kWh5.0 kWh5.5 kWh5.5 kWhNovJanDec 242.5 kWhDec 242.5 kWhDec 12.8 kWhDec 12.8 kWh

The average daily shortwave solar energy reaching the ground per square meter (orange line), with 25th to 75th and 10th to 90th percentile bands.

For the purposes of this report, the geographical coordinates of Cyprus are 35.000 deg latitude, 33.000 deg longitude, and 0 ft elevation.

The topography within 2 miles of Cyprus is essentially flat, with a maximum elevation change of 0 feet and an average elevation above sea level of 0 feet. Within 10 miles is also essentially flat (0 feet). Within 50 miles is also essentially flat (0 feet).

The area within 2 miles of Cyprus is covered by trees (96%), within 10 miles by trees (49%) and cropland (30%), and within 50 miles by water (60%) and cropland (18%).

This report illustrates the typical weather in Cyprus, based on a statistical analysis of historical hourly weather reports and model reconstructions from January 1, 1980 to December 31, 2016.

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What Is The Temperature In Cyprus In December?


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It certainly won’t be exceedingly hot, but the temperature will peak around 18C which is a mild temperature for December. At the worst, it might fall to about 8C which is of course a spring temperature for the UK.

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Cyrpus is located adjacent to the Middle East and is therefore buffed with a very warm climate year round.

During December the warm fronts are milder which brings temperatures between 8-18C. Although this is relatively cool for the region, a seasonal holiday is recommended due to the lack of peak-season visitors (making it considerably less crowded).

Indeed a relaxing Christmas break in Cyprus would be a great alternative to the grey skies of the UK!

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Is their much rain in December.

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It might fall around 7-10 degree C.

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People get a life y do you care about that, that is just wasting your life  just don’t look dumb stuff

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According to statistics, December is the rainiest month for Cyprus, with its rainfall expected to pour down daily as referenced by the past years. But, December is its warmest amongst the three winter months (October-November-December). The Maximum average temperature for December is 19 degree Celsius on the coast and 17c inland, so shouldn’t be too cold. Expect lots of rain so bring a umbrella if you want to go on holiday in Cyprus.

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It is pretty cold in December in Cyprus, especially during the night time, which hover about 9 degree to 19 degree Celsius. If you are preparing to travel to Cyprus for your holidays or business trips, don’t forget to wear extra layer of clothing to warm yourself more, and not get taken aback by the cold weather.   There are approximately expected to have 19 days of rainy weather in Cyprus, so just carry an umbrella with you just in case it rains.

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Weather in Cyprus in December 2023-2022 at “365 Celsius”

What is the weather in Cyprus in the month of December is highly dependent on the region. The air warms up at night to +16.2°C, and during the day up to +20°C, it rains for 10 days and 34.9 mm of precipitation falls per month. And, for example, in Nicosia, the weather conditions are not very good, since the air is up to +18. 8 ° C, cloudy and rainy days are at least 3. The best cities for recreation at this time are Dromolaxia, Trikomo, Meneu. The air temperature in December is +17.4°C. nine0003


Average temperature during the day: +17.4°C
Sea water temperature: +19.9°C
Number of sunny days: 20 days
Number of rainy days:
10 days
34.9 mm

Water temperature in Cyprus in December

Is it worth coming to rest in Cyprus in December?

The weather in Cyprus in December is great for relaxing, this month’s rating is 4. 5 out of five. The weather is not very good, there are few tourists. At this time, the cold sea temperature is +19.9°C. It rains a lot, about 10 days a month, with 34.9 mm of precipitation. Sunny skies for at least 20 days. The weather in Cyprus at the end of December at the beginning and middle of the month is presented on the chart. The air temperature in December is +17.4°C. At this time, the best climatic conditions in 3 cities:

Weather in December Meneou

nine0008 air: +17.5°C
rain: 8 days
sun: 21 days

Weather in December Paralimni Weather in December Kornos



air: +18.1°C
rain: 10 days
sun: 21 days



air: +17. 5°C
rain: 8 days
sun: 21 days
Best climate in cities in December

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City Air temperature Water temperature Rainy days (precipitation)
Paralimni +18.1°C 10 days (35.82mm)
Kornos +17.5°C 8 days (12.99mm)
Meneu +17.5°C 8 days (12.99mm)
Perivolia +17.5°C 8 days (12. 99mm)
Avgorou +17.7°C 12 days (39.55mm)
Saw +17.5°C 8 days (12.99mm)
Kitty +17.5°C 8 days (12.99mm)

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Air temperature in Cyprus in December

The difference in daily air temperature throughout the year is 16.6°C, but due to the presence of the sea, the climate in Cyprus is quite mild for months. The coldest month is January, when the air warms up to +15.3°C, and the warmest month is August from +31. 9°C The air temperature in December is +17.4°C.

Water temperature in Cyprus

The beach season here lasts: . The temperature in the sea at this time of the year is from – to – conducive to a pleasant swim. The worst weather in Cyprus and the water temperature recorded in February is +2.3°C. The air temperature in December is +17.4°C.

Number of rainy days and precipitation in December

Unlucky month for travel – January, it rains on average 11 days. The maximum monthly rainfall is 35.2 mm. The air temperature in December is +17.4°C.

December holiday comfort rating

The rating is calculated by months, taking into account the average air temperature, the amount of rain and other indicators. For a year in Cyprus, the score ranges from 4.0 in August to 4.9in May, out of five possible. The air temperature in December is +17.4°C.

nine0008 10 days (34.9 mm)

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nine0008 6 days (14.3 mm)

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Month Air temperature during the day Water temperature Solar
Rainy days (precipitation)
December +17.4°C +2.7°C 20.3
January +15.3°C +2.4°C 19.7 11 days (35.2 mm)
February +15.9°C +2.3°C 19.3 8 days (24.9 mm)
March +2.4°C 23.3 7 days (11.8 mm)
April +21.0°C +2.5°C 26.2 6 days (10.5 mm)
May +24.4°C +2.9°C 29.8
June +28.4°C +3.3°C 29.6 2 days (4.3 mm)
July +31.3°C +3.7°C 30.9 1 day (0.5 mm)
August +31.9°C +3.8°C 30. 8 0 days (1.3 mm)
September +29.4°C +3.7°C 29.3 3 days (6.2 mm)
October +25.7°C +3.4°C 26.1
November +21.1°C +3.0°C 23.1 5 days (15.5 mm)

Number of sunny days in December

Beautiful sunny weather will delight tourists in July – as many as 31 sunny days per month. Great time to relax in Cyprus. The air temperature in December is +17.4°C. nine0003

    Please note:

  • Weather in Cyprus in January: rating 4. 4 (out of 5), air +15.3°C , sea: +17.7°C, rain 11 days
  • Weather in Cyprus in November: rating 4.9 (out of 5), air +21.1°C , sea: +22.3°C, rain 5 days

water and air temperature. Things to do?

Cyprus is an amazing island with a rich history and cultural heritage, a mild Mediterranean climate and a unique national flavor. Most tourists believe that this country is only suitable for a beach holiday in the warm season. But it is not so! Even in the winter months, there is definitely something to see here. This is a chance to appreciate Cyprus from a different side, unfamiliar to many vacationers. What awaits travelers on the island in December? nine0003


In December, the air temperature in Cyprus is around +18 °C. Depending on the region, this figure may vary: for example, in Larnaca it is traditionally colder by 1-2 degrees. At night, the thermometer drops to +10 °C. Therefore, when planning a trip for the winter, you need to make sure that you have warm clothes in your luggage, as well as gloves, a waterproof windbreaker and shoes. You also need to know that unpleasant winds blow in Cyprus in December, sometimes quite strong. nine0003

Rains, sometimes lingering, are also not uncommon at this time of the year. The record holder for rainfall and cloudy weather is Paphos – clouds cover the sun here on average 13 days in December. Snow in Cyprus falls only in the Troodos mountains, where the ski season begins. There, the temperature is correspondingly much lower than in coastal areas – about 0 ° C, and it rarely drops to sub-zero temperatures. In general, the December weather is capricious and not stable, therefore, having come here for a week, you can both spend all days under an umbrella and enjoy the sun. nine0003

Perhaps someone will be interested in the water temperature of the Mediterranean Sea near the coast of Cyprus. It is about +18 °C. Only the most desperate dare to swim, but for everyone there are heated indoor pools on the territory of the hotels.


In December nature in Cyprus falls asleep. But this will not last long – soon the trees will be covered with flowers, and the fields with an emerald carpet. The real gem of the island this month is the Troodos mountain range, where a stable snow cover sets in – and this is not often seen in the Mediterranean region! nine0003

Things to do

And although weather conditions do not allow sunbathing and swimming, you will not be bored in Cyprus in December. There is always the opportunity to walk along the coast, collecting shells and interesting stones, breathing in the fresh sea air. Of course, you need to make sure that the clothes are warm enough!

Walking through the streets of cities and trips to small villages, where local people often do crafts, will also be interesting. Therefore, you can buy amazing handmade souvenirs, such as the famous Lefkarian embroidery. In December, there are very few tourists in Cyprus, so there is no fuss and you can get to know the life and customs of the inhabitants of the island closer. They are friendly to travelers and are always ready to chat, answering questions of interest. nine0003

The weather in December, when there is no heat and merciless rays of the summer sun, is conducive to excursions. There are many attractions in Cyprus, which are unlikely to be explored in one trip. This is the famous bay of Aphrodite, and the ruins of Kourion, castles and the tomb of the kings. The list can go on for a very long time!

Once in Cyprus in the first month of winter, it is worth climbing the peaks of the Troodos mountain range, covered with snow. For lovers of skiing and snowboarding, there are various tracks here, and those who are not supporters of outdoor activities can simply admire the beautiful panorama and breathe in the mountain air. In addition, there are many monasteries on the slopes, which are several centuries old. For example, the monastery of the Holy Virgin of Kykkos. nine0003


The main event in December is Christmas. Although the majority of Cypriots profess Orthodoxy, this holiday is celebrated on the 25th according to the Catholic tradition – it happened historically. After December 20, the cities and villages of Cyprus are immersed in a festive atmosphere: elegant Christmas trees are set up in the squares, the streets are decorated with garlands of twinkling lights, and on the doors you can see interesting wreaths woven into olive branches and ribbons. The usual Santa Claus is replaced by St. Basil – just like in Greece. The holiday itself is held with great fun – mass festivities are organized with fireworks, fireworks, treats. Limassol becomes the center of festive celebrations, where a grandiose Christmas market takes place, lasting for 19days.

No less fun here for the New Year! Music sounds everywhere, mass festivities with entertainment and dancing take place. If someone wants to celebrate this holiday under the sound of the waves, and not under the howl of a blizzard, then Cyprus is a great place for this. Moreover, the prices in the winter season are quite low.

Cyprus is also waiting for travelers in December. Instead of the warm sea, it is ready to offer fresh air, mountain slopes and sightseeing trips. And of course, the Mediterranean Christmas and New Year will not leave anyone indifferent – the island has a special flavor that is not always possible to feel in the summer, when the beaches of the island are stormed by a record number of vacationers. nine0003

December: average day temperature archive

2018 . Ayia Napa: +16.0. Larnaca: +15.9. Limassol: +15.7. Nicosia: +15.1. Paphos: +16.0.

2017 . Ayia Napa: +16.8. Larnaca: +16.5. Limassol: +16.3. Nicosia: +16.5. Paphos: +16.5.

2016 . Ayia Napa: +13.6. Larnaca: +13.1. Limassol: +13.4. Nicosia: +12.

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Yes, there are multiple flights from Bristol to Fuerteventura for under £100. The cheapest flight booked recently is on Ryanair for just £62, but on average you can expect to pay £82.

Are there nonstop flights from Bristol to Fuerteventura for under £100 on Cheapflights?

Cheapflights has at least 20 direct flights from Bristol to Fuerteventura under £100. A good price for a nonstop flight from Bristol to Fuerteventura is less than £185.

How popular is this Bristol to Fuerteventura flight route?

Within the past month, 965 users have taken a look at flights from Bristol to Fuerteventura.

What are the cheapest airlines to fly from Bristol to Fuerteventura one-way?

£23 is the cheapest one-way deal found within the past few days, from easyJet. You may also be able to find cheap deals on Ryanair and Lufthansa, with prices starting from £45 and £320, respectively.

What are the most popular airlines that fly from Bristol to Fuerteventura?

When booking a flight from Bristol to Fuerteventura, you may want to consider flying on TUI Airways, Ryanair or KLM as they are the most popular for this route.

What are the most reliable airlines from Bristol to Fuerteventura?

Before booking your flight to Fuerteventura from Bristol, check out the most reliable airlines to get you to your destination on time: easyJet (94%), TUI Airways (93%), Jet2( 80%).

What are the cheapest flights from Bristol to Fuerteventura?

Looking at all options, your cheapest flight can be booked for £71. While the most popular route (Bristol – Puerto del Rosario Fuerteventura) can be booked for £71 on average our data indicates £111 when flying from Bristol to Fuerteventura.

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Can I fly to Fuerteventura from Bristol right now?

Information is based on travel restrictions from Bristol to Fuerteventura

Most visitors from Bristol can enter Fuerteventura without restrictions.

COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Bristol are not required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test or antigen result upon entering Fuerteventura.

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Visitors from Bristol are not required to quarantine after entering Fuerteventura.

Can I fly back to Bristol from Fuerteventura?

Returning to Bristol from Fuerteventura

COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Fuerteventura are not required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test or antigen result upon entering Bristol.

Quarantine requirements
Visitors from Fuerteventura are not required to quarantine after entering Bristol.

Alternative routes for Bristol to Fuerteventura

See prices for flight routes from nearby airports that may be better suited for you.

Manchester to Arrecifefrom £35 pp

Newcastle upon Tyne to Arrecifefrom £40 pp

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Newcastle upon Tyne to Las Palmas de Gran Canariafrom £46 pp

Top 6 airlines flying from Bristol to Fuerteventura

The chart below displays the airlines Cheapflights users travelling from Bristol to Fuerteventura choose most often.

Cheapest and average prices are based on aggregated data from the past 12 months.

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Ryanair Cheapest£59 Average£98 FlexibilityNo cancel fee On-timeN/A COVID-19 safety

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Jet2 Cheapest£82 Average£171 FlexibilityNo cancel fee On-timeN/A COVID-19 safety

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easyJet Cheapest£85 Average£176 FlexibilityNo cancel fee On-time86% COVID-19 safety

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Malta MedAir Cheapest£89 Average£213 FlexibilityNo cancel fee On-timeN/A COVID-19 safety

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TUI Airways Cheapest£98 Average£305 FlexibilityNo cancel fee On-timeN/A COVID-19 safety

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Lufthansa Cheapest£314 Average£454 FlexibilityNo cancel fee On-time76% COVID-19 safety

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Cheap flights from Bristol to Fuerteventura

We compare prices of Bristol to Fuerteventura direct flights and flights with stopovers among 750 airlines and agencies. Why waste your time searching, if there is a more convenient opportunity to take advantage of discounts, promotions and sales of low-cost airlines via the Internet. With the help of the full flight schedule Bristol — Fuerteventura you will quickly find the desired flight option, check the days of flights and the availability of air tickets for a specific date. nine0005

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Airfare Bristol – Fuerteventura

How much does a plane ticket to Fuerteventura from Bristol cost and how to buy it cheaper? We have several recommendations taken from the calendar of the best prices for flights on this route:

1) Pricing depends on the month of departure, we advise you to book first and business class in advance. Buying an economy class ticket is also not worth delaying – do it 2-4 months in advance.
2) The cheapest flights BRS – FUE are available on Wednesday and Thursday. As a rule, they are more expensive on weekends.
3) It is more profitable to buy tickets in both directions at once than to buy tickets separately.

Useful information before booking your travel from Bristol to Fuerteventura

On our service you can check:

  • Distance and duration of the flight (how long is a flight from Bristol to Fuerteventura?)
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  • From which airports can I fly from Bristol to Fuerteventura?

How far is Bristol from Fuerteventura? nine0005

There are 3490 km from Bristol to Fuerteventura.

From which airports are there flights on the Bristol – Fuerteventura route?

In city Bristol: Bristol Temple Meads, Bristol, Bristol Parkway. To Fuerteventura – Fuerteventura.

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How long is the flight from Bristol to Tenerife?

Detailed information about flights, transfers, airports and flight times for the Bristol – Tenerife route. Flight time from Bristol to Tenerife by plane is on average 4 hours. 10m.

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  • BRS LIS SVQ TFN | 10 a.m. 27m. (3,196 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS LIS SVQ TFS | 10 a.m. 30m. (3 248 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS LPA VDE TFN | 10 a.m. 31m. (3 226 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS BCN VLL TFS | 10 a.m. 45m. (3 608 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA BIO TFN | 10 a.m. 48m. (3 680 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA BIO TFS | 10 a.m. 54m. (3,734 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA OPO TFS | 10 a.m. 55m. nine0058 (3 801 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA OVD TFS | 10 a.m. 57m. (3 825 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS BCN VGO TFS | 10 a.m. 59m. (3 802 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS PMI ZAZ TFS | 11 a. m. 0m. (3 842 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA SCQ TFS | 11 a.m. 0m. (3 873 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GLA BHX TFS | 11 a.m. 7m. (3 904 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GLA MAN TFS | 11 a.m. 9m. (3 868 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GLA STN TFS | 11 a.m. 10m. (4,044 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GLA LGW TFS | 11 a.m. 11m. (4,016 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GLA LTN TFS | 11 a.m. 11m. (3,997 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GLA CWL TFS | 11 a.m. 13m. (3 832 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GLA EXT TFS | 11 a.m. 14m. (3,837 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA ORY TFS | 11 a.m. 15m. (4,069 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GLA EMA TFS | 11 a.m. 16m. (3 929 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS LBA NRN TFS | 11 a.m. 22m. (4,096 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA MXP TFS | 11 a. m. 25m. nine0058 (4,030 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA LUX TFS | 11 a.m. 30m. (4 320 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS LBA ABZ TFS | 11 a.m. 34m. (4,087 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA FRA TFS | 11 a.m. 45m. (4 562 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA DUS TFS | 11 a.m. 56m. (4 659 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA MUC TFS | 11 a.m. 56m. (4 666 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA LPL TFS | 12h. 13m. (4,906 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA HAM TFS | 12h. 42m. (5 303 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA VIE TFS | 12h. 47m. (5 290 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA TXL TFS | 12h. 52m. (5 402 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS KRK BLQ TFS | 12h. 57m. (5 541 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS KRK BVA TFS | 1 pm 9m. (5,712 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS KRK CRL TFS | 1 pm 10m. (5 727 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS PMI MST TFS | 1 pm 15m. (5 822 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS PMI SNN TFS | 1 pm 20m. (5,901 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS KRK BLL TFS | 1 pm 45m. nine0058 (6 229 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA OSL TFS | 14h. 15m. (6 582 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS LPA SDR TFS | 14h. 28m. (6 875 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS AGP BLK TFS | 14h. 30m. (6 610 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA ARN TFS | 14h. 33m. (6 918 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA HEL TFS | 15h. 22m. (7 590 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS HER BSL TFS | 15h. 44m. (7 846 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS HER STR TFS | 15h. 55m. (8 000 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS HER NUE TFS | 4 pm 5m. (8 131 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS LPA BOH TFS | 4 pm 16m. (8 408 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS HER CGN TFS | 4 pm 17m. (8 316 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS HER DRS TFS | 4 pm 21m. (8,423 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS GVA DME TFS | 4 pm 21m. (8 543 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS HER LEJ TFS | 4 pm 27m. (8 441 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS HER PAD TFS | 4 pm 28m. (8 432 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS HER HAJ TFS | 4 pm 38m. nine0058 (8 574 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS LPA DSA TFS | 4 pm 56m. (8 984 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS LPA ZQW TFS | 4 pm 56m. (8 985 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS LPA FKB TFS | 4 pm 57m. (8,999 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS LPA HHN TFS | 17h. 3m. (9 079 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS LPA PIK TFS | 17h. 11m. (9,194 km)Buy tickets
  • BRS LPA FMO TFS | 17h.
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