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Hottest european countries in september: Where is hot in September? 11 best destinations

Опубликовано: April 30, 2023 в 3:44 am


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Best Countries To Visit In September (2023)

Planning A Trip In September? Here’s our list of best countries to visit in September

September forms a major travel-lust month. Why? Because it becomes an ideal month to visit most places in the world. With the Autumn Equinox (in Northern Hemisphere) falling in this month, the seasons change. The transition of summer to autumn in Northern Hemisphere and winter to spring in Southern Hemisphere make September ideal with good weather, lots of tourist opportunities and a great holiday cheer, even by the locals. While the coastal destinations like Greece and Italy become ideal for beach-relaxation, the landlocked ones like Turkey are cool and dry with clear skies; the isles like Scotland and Ireland boast of some great warm weather while countries like Iceland near the North Pole become ready to shower their wonder of the Northern Lights on the world. 


And hence is produced this longer than usual list of best countries that are well visited in September. From Portugal to Bali, Croatia to Wales, England to Turkey, your itinerary has too many lucrative options to choose from!


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Situated on the coast of the Adriatic Sea, Croatia is a part of Eastern Europe and is home to a thousand islands and more. It is a major tourist attraction for the Dynamic Alps, the medieval charm of its capital city Zagreb, lots of museums and the Gothic and Renaissance architecture of its coastal cities. September is a great time to visit Croatia as the temperature is on the warmer side and days are long, with 13 hours of sunshine. Some major festivals fall in this month, including the Zagreb Theatre Festival, Outlook Fest (a homeland music festival) and Varazdin Baroque Evenings.


Things to Do: 

You should start your trip by touring the Plitvice Lakes National Park, known for its chain of 16 terraced lakes, waterfalls and limestone canyon. Retreat to Hvar island in the Adriatic Sea, for a relaxed summer weekend, to explore the 13th-century walls, fortresses and Renaissance architecture. You can also go beach-hopping at Dubovica and other inland lavender fields. There is also the island of Vis, just off the Dalmatian Coast, renowned for its beaches, sea caves and Roman ruins. For the history nerd in you, visit Diocletian’s Palace, Catherdral of St. Dominius, Euphrasian Basilica and St. James Cathedral. Don’t forget to go to the Roman Amphitheatre in Pula, dating back to 1st Century. 


How to Reach: 

Croatia’s major International Airports include those in Zagreb, Split, Dubrovnik and Pula. From India, you will not get a direct flight to Croatia but many connecting flights are available by carriers like Lufthansa, Air India, Jet Airways, Air France etc. You can also reach Croatia by rail from European cities like Austria, Germany, Greece, Serbia etc. Or you can drive up yourself. Buses are also available for inter-country travel within Europe.


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The country that made ‘Port’ or Porto Wine a famous commodity world over since the 18th Century and has its borders defined since the early 12th Century, Portugal is Europe’s oldest country. It is home to football fanatics and stadiums, as well as Christiano Ronaldo. A visit to this country is bound to be a mix of history, architecture, beaches, churches and of course, FOOTBALL. September marks the end of summer in Portugal and hence ensures amiable climate, with 22°C average day temperature, the lowest being 17°C at nights.


Things to Do:

Venture into Lisbon for some centuries-old trams, the heritage walks down Baixa district, and the opulence of the city centre. In Porto, see the Douro river divide the city, explore the seaside suburbs right out of the renaissance era, and traipse in and out of a burgeoning collection of contemporary cafes, restaurants and bars. Do take a mouthful of Portugal’s national drink – Port. Harry Potter fans, do visit Livraria Lello bookstore, inspired by Hogwarts.


Spend a weekend at Madeira Island, visit the Estádio Municipal de Braga stadium that is carved out of a rock and Fado Bars, playing the traditional Portugal music called ‘fado’ or fate. 


How to Reach: 

Lisbon, Portela and Humberto Delgado form some of the main International Airports in Portugal. When travelling from India, you can catch a direct flight to Portugal from Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore or Goa. The major airlines operating on this route include Air France, British Airways, Air India and Jet Airways among others. European countries like Spain and France run regular buses to Portugal, namely, ALSA and Auto Res. Ditto for rail networks. Or you can hire a cab. 


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One of the oldest civilisations and home to the tales of Greek Gods, this is a country that is often referred to as the cradle of Western civilisation. With Athens as its capital, Greece still preserves iconic landmarks and monuments, even ruins that date back to 5th Century BC. A visit to Greece is best timed in the month of September as the temperatures are amiable and the sun is golden. The Mediterranean sea is azure and everything seems perfectly pressed to give you the holiday of your dreams. 24°C is the average day temperature in Athens with a drop to 19°C by night.


Things to Do: 

You would mostly be landing in Athens, the Greek capital and hence it is best to explore some iconic sights here like the National Archaeological Museum, Parthenon and the Acropolis. You can spend some time on the island of Santorini, soaking in picture perfect vistas with the white-washed houses for backdrop. Or explore the island of Mykonos. You can also take a stroll down Europe’s oldest city, Knossos of Crete. Go to Olympia in Peloponnese for the famous archeological site by the same name, visit Thessaloniki for the best nightlife in Greece. You must also trek up the mountain of Gods, Mt. Olympus in Macedonia, if not for the thrill of hiking then for the sheer rush of being a part of the legendary greek mythology.  


How to Reach:

The main airport of Greece is located in Athens and is called the Elefthérios Venizélos International Airport. Air France, Turkish Airlines, Emirates, Jet Airways, Gulf Air, Aeroflot etc ply regular flights from India to Athens. Many ferries and cruises also ply to the coast of Greece and its islands, like the ones from the Italian ports of Bari, Trieste and Venice. Or from Cyprus, Israel and Turkey. Buses as well as trains also run from major European counties.


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The country that gave the world Shakespeare and Magna Carta, David Beckham and Benedict Cumberbatch, England is a marvel of rich history, wonderful cities and quiet moors. The month of September becomes a boon in terms of mild sunshine, dry weather and overall trailing of summer warmth. The average temperature is 16°C and the possibility of showers is much lower than usual. There are also some major fun festivals this time of the year, like the Nordic Walks in Yorkshire, Sense and Sensibility Festival dedicated to Jane Austen in the city of Bath (Somerset) and the Tour of Britain in Cotswold.


Things to Do:

Explore London to the fullest with the Big Ben, London Bridge, Thames, Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park, Palace of Westminster, Windsor Castle, Madam Tussaud and Stonehenge among other attractions. Take a tour of Statford Upon Avon to see William Shakespeare’s birthplace, tour the museum and maybe sit for a small presentation about this renowned playwright. Other good cities to explore are Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, Bristol and the university centres of Oxford and Cambridge. 


You can also take a road trip down the hamlets of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire. Yorkshire is another beautiful tranquil getaway if you just want to book a Bed & Breakfast and loll around in bed after hours of evening walks and teas by the stream.  


How to Reach: 

London being one of the top cities and business hubs of the world, is well equipped with International and Domestic airports; Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted being the most important ones. You can opt for any of the following airlines for a direct flight from India to London – Air India, British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and Jet Airways. You can also take the ferry from France across the English Channel or the train. While in London, public transport like the underground tube and buses are a cheaper way to travel instead of taking cabs (black cabs are filthy expensive). For short distances you can walk it off if the weather is dry.


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Italy’s farmer’s pie ‘Pizza’ and the humble ‘Pasta’ have been known worldwide in street as well as gourmet cooking. What is surprising about this small European country is its natural beauty that is coupled with a deep love for art and architecture that is steeped in history. September is the best time to explore the country and its many breath-taking cities in bright sunlight, mild temperatures, and enjoy classic handmade pastas and sauces as well as savour the different wines. 


Things to Do:

Roam in Rome. A cliche statement, but charming nonetheless; a vacation in Italy must naturally begin with touring its capital. Check out the Colosseum and Trevi fountain in Rome, lunch at one of the many corner cafes, lick gelato while treading the cobbled roads of Rome and visit the Vatican City too. For a rundown in history and renaissance, you must head to Florence, the home of Leonardo Da Vinci. The city is filled with artefacts, sculptures of David, the Duomo and the Uffizi Gallery. Go to Venice, the city of canals, for Gondola rides and Milan to see the latest fashion trends of Italy. Check out the Leaning Tower of Pisa, spend an idyllic day or two at the lyrical ‘Isle of Capri.’ Sicily is another great island to visit, as is the Amalfi coast.  


How to Reach:

Rome, Florence, Pisa, Milan and Sicily all boast of International airports. When taking a flight from India, you have options of direct as well as stopover flights from Mumbai, Delhi etc. Air India, Lufthansa, Emirates and British Airways are some of the regular aircraft carriers plying these routes. Venice, Ancona, Bari and Brindisi are major ports where ferries and cruises dock and you can also catch ferries to travel to islands like Sicily or Sardinia. Italo Rail or Euro Rail connect Italy to most other European countries and the roads are also a good bet.


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Famous for giving the world W. B. Yeats, Oscar Wilde, Guinness beer, Celtic rituals, elves and oh, omens; Ireland is a land of many mysteries. It is lovingly called the emerald Isle for its dark green meadows and is dotted with many a ruins and castles. During the month of September, Ireland becomes cool and almost sunny. With 9-13°C range, bright seas and cool lands, Ireland becomes ready to be explored. Festivals like Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival in County Clare, Oktoberfest (for beer lovers) in Dublin and Dingle Food Fest in Cork are some enjoyable ones. 


Things to Do:

Explore the hustle and bustle of cities like Dublin, Cork, and Galway. When done with all the contemporary life of bars, pubs, restaurants, museums and hotels, head out to the desolate isles and glaciers that fringe Ireland. Visit castles like the Cahir Castle, roll down emerald meadows, catch sight of seals that are said to be good omens of faeries and take a cruise down river Shannon. There are some amazing cliffs to ‘hang out’ at, like the Cliffs of Moher in County Clare. Explore County Kerry, Skelling Islands, Dingle Peninsula, and the Guinness Storehouse to see firsthand how the famous Irish beer is brewed. There is also the Ring of Kerry that must be undertaken on a leisurely drive to witness the historical landmarks and sceneries of Ireland. Finally, the mighty Dublin Castle mustn’t be missed.


How to Reach:

Ireland has 4 international airports – Dublin, Shannon, Cork and Ireland West. When coming in from India, you can take one of the direct flights from Delhi or via Dubai/ Abu Dhabi. Mumbai also plies regular flights with aircraft carriers like Etihad, Jet Airways, Air India, Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines. If travelling by road from England or any other European country you have Bus Eireann, Ulsterbus and Eurolines for bus services. Irish Rail and Northern Ireland Railways connect all of Ireland to train services in the Great Britain. You can also reach Ireland by ferry services from France, Great Britain and Wales.


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Scotland is part of the United Kingdom since the bloody battle of Culloden of 1746. Although home to some very chic and contemporary cites like Edinburgh, Inverness and Glasgow, Scotland is still known as the country of highlanders, those handsome viking-like warriors that wore kilts. September here marks the start of autumn and warm, sunny days trail into cool ones, with temperature ranging from 15 to 17°C. The Edinburgh Antiques Collection Fair, Pitlochry Highlands Games and the Largs Viking Festival make this month quite interesting. 


Things to Do:

You can explore Cairngorms and Northwest Highlands, Loch Ness and its story of the Loch Ness monster, Loch Lomond and the beautiful Isle of Skye. For a haunting history of those Jacobites that were martyred in the bloody battle of Culloden, spend an afternoon at the Culloden moor. The museum is also a reminder of Scottish bravery and the misery that befell their culture after the Battle of Culloden. For some major castle and city tours, explore the cities of Glasgow, Inverness and drink some great Whiskey that is patent of this region. You must also visit the Holyrood Palace and Edinburgh castle and shop at Princess Street in Edinburgh. The famous Netflix show Outlander, that has been shot in Scotland, is still being filmed; hence don’t miss the specially arranged Outlander Tour of all the locations they shoot at.


How to Reach: 

Some major Scottish airports include the Aberdeen International Airport, Glasgow International Airport, Edinburgh Airport, Glasgow Prestwick International Airport, Inverness and Dundee Airport. There are no direct flights from India to Scotland, however, you can take a stopover flight from Mumbai to Edinburgh. Air India and British Airways are two major carriers from Mumbai to Edinburgh. National Express bus service runs regular buses between Scotland and other cites of UK and National Rail System is the integrated Scottish and Great Britain rail system. One of the best ways though is to hire a car and drive up to Scotland from London.


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Wales is a stunning country in the southwest of Great Britain. It has been known for the flourishing of the Great Industrial Revolution in Britain and the coal and miners’ industry boom in the late 18th and early 19th century. Wales is also a country of hauntingly beautiful rugged coastline, tall mountains, a distinctive Welsh language and Celtic culture. September becomes of the greatest times to visit Wales, not the least for its trailing end of summer. Wales celebrates a string of summer festivals. From the Gladfest to Ironman Wales to the Goodlife Experience, you will be spoilt for choice. 


Things to Do:

Attend the said festivals, tour the cities of Wales, hike its country-side and feel like you are living in the novels of Poldark. Cardiff is a refined city on Welsh coast, abound with medieval castles, gothic architecture, modern buildings and a burgeoning nightlife. You can also visit the Snowdonia National Park, suffused with lakes, hiking trails and a railway line that takes you up to the peak that is called Snowdon. The Conwy castle and Cardiff Castle are also worth exploring. Beaumaris Castle is often referred to as Britain’s most technically perfect castle and deserves many accolades. Also must-visit is the Big Pit National Coal Museum. It also houses an actual working coal mine. Pembrokeshire, Anglesey and the walled town of Conwy make for some amazing getaways as well.  


How to Reach:

There are no direct flights to Wales from India but one-stop and two-stop flights from Mumbai to Cardiff, with stopovers in the Gulf or a European country. The best way to travel to Wales however is taking a flight out to London and then catching a domestic flight to Cardiff International Airport or taking a bus/ train/ hiring a car for a road trip down to Wales. The gushing waterfalls, expanses of meadows and dots of ruins make for one amazing experience while riding the train.


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The country of lakes and snow-capped mountains, Switzerland is renowned worldwide for its cheeses, chocolates, ‘banks’ and breath-taking sceneries. It is a mountainous region in Central Europe and is home to the imposing Alps and many many amazing lakes. The country sees very cold winters and mildly warm summers, with September seeing the last of the summery heat. You can except mild days and cool nights, with dry climate for a great outdoorsy holiday.  


Things to Do:

Visit the many cities of Switzerland, including Zurich, Basel, Geneva, and the capital Bern. Lucerne’s Wooden chapel bridge and Bern’s Zytglogge clock tower are some famous tourist spots. Explore Interlaken, visit the great Mt. Titlis and don’t miss the famous adventurous Titlis walk. Paddle boarding in Lake Geneva and rides at Rhine falls are also adrenaline-inducing, as is admiring the beauty of Chillon Castle and cable car rides across Matterhorn (Zermatt). Imbibe the magnanimous views and thrilling cable car rides at Pilatus, go paragliding and skiing at Jungfrau and enjoy some quiet time at Lake Lucerne. Eat Swiss chocolates and loads of cheese dishes to your heart’s content and pick up your favourite watch from the many Swiss watch brands.


How to Reach: 

You can fly into Zurich, Geneva, or Basel airports from almost anywhere in the world, including India (Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore). Jet Airways, Oman Air, Air India, Emirates and British Airways run regular direct and connecting flights from India. For internal transport, Switzerland is very well-connected by trains, across all of Europe. You can also hire cars or take domestic flights.

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Cradling the fashion capital of the world, as well as some pretty exotic food and ‘dames,’ France is a small country in western Europe that has been reckoned as a power in Europe since time immemorial. It is home to the iconic Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum and the Palace of Versailles. If these aren’t your idea of a superb vacation for September, then what can be? Because in this autumn month, the country becomes extremely sunny and vibrant with colours and love. With an average temperature of 15°C, France becomes most suited for all the outdoorsy fun that you are looking forward to. 


Things to Do:

From walking down the cobbled streets of quaint medieval villages to partying it up in Paris, from walking past some of the best brands on the streets of Nice and Paris to touring tourist spots like the Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum and Notre Dame, your days will be filled with sunshine and happiness here. Go for some wine tastings in the French Alps or Burgundy, explore Lascaux’s ancient drawings, there is Lyon’s Roman theatre and the imposing Palace of Versailles for those that love history. Nice is another great destination for its pebbled beaches and long stretches of walks, with great French cuisine on offer and sights that take your breath away. Also, do visit the French Riviera including Cannes, Saint Tropez and Monaco, to relax in the lap of nature and luxury. For some retro love, head to Moulin Rouge, which is a 19th Century cabaret. 


Disneyland of Paris is another coveted spot to spend a day, as is a two-day trip down to Corsica (Tin Tin fans, Tamasha fans, yes, this is THAT Corsica!).


How to Reach:

The two major international airports of France are in Paris and the other in Orly (south of Paris). Air India, Gulf Air, Jet Airways, Air France, British Airways and Singapore Airlines operate direct and indirect flights to France from New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai etc. For waterways, you will need to reach England and then take a boat or ferry across the English channel (from Calais to Dover). The Eurostar connects France to various European cities via rail, while you can also choose to hire a car or take a bus. 


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The country of Turkey is a beautiful amalgamation of eastern as well as western culture. Why wouldn’t it be? After all, it straddles the two continents of Asia and Europe, becoming a confluence of the two ways of life. With its cultural connections going back centuries to Greece, Rome, Persia, Syria and the Byzantine, Turkey is what once was called the ‘Ottoman Empire.’ Today Turkey makes for one beautiful paradise that nature has blessed with bounty. The month of September marks the beginning of autumn in Turkey and hence tourist influx. With rains almost receded and 8 hours of sunshine, the temperature range is 20-31°C.


Things to Do:

Do visit the 17th century blue mosque of Hagia Sophia which has huge domes and Christian mosaic in Istanbul. There is also the Topkapı Palace, the former home of sultans of Turkey and the Sultan Ahmed Mosque. Also, do make it a point to drive across the Bosphorus strait that slices Istanbul into two. There are also grand bazars in the old market and Spice bazar that sells exotic spices, dried fruits, jewellery, souvenirs and the famous Turkish ‘Kahve’ or coffee. Also visit Ankara Castle and Pamukkale town (renowned for its mineral-rich thermal waters on white terraces). Also worth exploring are Hierapolis, an ancient Roman spa city, Cappadocia and the rugged region of Mardin. Also, wherever you are in Turkey, don’t forget to treat yourself to their special ice-cream called dondurma. 


How to Reach: 

Turkey has two main International airports, namely, Istanbul’s Atatürk International Airport and Ankara’s Esenboğa Airport. Non-stop fights from Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore ply to Turkey, Emirates being a major player. You can also drive into Turkey from many European nations including France, Germany, Italy, Greece etc. While internally, there are buses and domestic flights, as well as cars, taxis, ferries and boats for travel. 


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Bali is a scenic Indonesian island, known worldwide for its forested volcanic mountains, rolls of rice paddies, pristine leisure beaches and coral reefs. The month of September sees the gradual trailing end of dry season and 26°C average temperature. Rainfall is low, at 40mm. That means, you have all the beautiful beaches, long stretches of sands and water sports at your disposal, not to forget the brilliant vistas that become perfect picnic spots on days that are dry or with light drizzle. 


Things to Do:

The seaside city of Kuta with its popular beaches is known for cheery bars. You can also relish the ‘luxury-living’ in towns like Sanur, Nusa Dua and Seminyak. There are also many a temples in Bali, with its rich heritage of Hinduism as well as Islam. Tanah Lot is believed to be the island’s most iconic temple, perched on top of a huge boulder, surrounded by the aqua sea. You can also visit Uluwatu, one of Bali’s most important sea temples, located atop a cliff edge in the southwestern Bukit peninsula. Besakih Temple, also called as the ‘mother temple’ is perched on the slopes of Mount Agung and is the largest of all Balinese temples. It is dedicated to Shiva, Brahma and Vishnu.


For a vista of endless roll of paddy and rice fields, head to Ubud. You can also stop at Ubud Monkey Forest nearby for Bali’s grey long-tailed macaque. Also worth exploring are sights like Mount Batur and the Caldera Lake, home to volcanic eruptions. The Bali Safari & Marine Park is also one of the most coveted tourist places here and Bali’s largest animal theme park.


How to Reach:

Ngurah Rai International Airport is the main International Airport in Bali. India has a lot of direct as well as connecting flights to Bali from cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore etc. Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Air Asia, Cathay Pacific, Garuda Indonesia, Malaysian Airlines are some regular players. For waterways, the best way is to take a cruise or ferry from Singapore or Malaysia. Or you can drive from Malaysia or Papua New Guinea.

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Iceland, a Nordic island nation, is a brilliant manifestation of the paradox ‘fire and ice.’ 


With its dramatic landscape sheathed in ice and volcanoes that spew hot Lava every now and then, it is a real wonder. It also boasts of a string of geysers, hot springs and lava fields. Most of the population of Iceland resides in the capital city of Reykjavik, which, surprisingly, completely runs on geothermal power and is home to the National and Saga museums. During September, Iceland is still in thrall of a waning summer and hence the temperatures are quite warm with less crowds. Average temperature is 8°C and a day is general 14 hours long. This becomes the idea time to see the Northern Lights.


Things to Do:

Vatnajökull and Snæfellsjökull national parks form two protected areas for glaciers. After the autumn equinox (20th September), you have better chances of spotting the Northern Lights. You will be lucky if you spot them in the capital city of Reykjavik, although a better and more sure-shot option is to travel to Seltjarnarnes, where there is less city light and no pollution. You can also check out the animals on Puffin Island (Akurey and Lundey), only half a mile away from Reykjavik. They have the most gorgeous, cute, cuddly colonies of Puffins. Go hiking by the Dynjandi Waterfall, spend a day on Rauðasandur Beach and also go swimming in the Blue Lagoon. It is a geothermal spa, rich in silica and other minerals, known to treat a range of skin disorders.


Last but not the least, visit the Viking World to see a replica of a Viking ship, salvaged from 9th century. It is called the Icelander, and its claim to fame is the voyage it undertook sailing across the Atlantic in 2000. 


How to Reach:

Iceland is well connected via air, Keflavik International Airport being a major terminal. Iceland Air and Iceland Express are two of the most popular airlines operating across the country. You can take one-stop fights from Mumbai, New Delhi and Bangalore to Iceland or the other better way is to travel to London and then take a direct flight to Keflavik. Waterways are now well developed to Iceland but airway is the most preferred mode of transport.

Where Is Hot in Europe in September?

Maybe we are stating the obvious, but it’s important to remember that Europe, as a continent, has one of the mildest climates in the world. However, the seasonal change is still present and is quite explicit in most parts of it. So if you are a sunbathing and beach person, the best time to visit Europe is between June and August. At the same time, in September, you can still find lovely places to travel in Europe to enjoy the pleasantries of warm seas, oceans, and beaches, despite the average temperature decline.

So, to answer the question of where it is hot in Europe in September, we have prepared a list of the top 10 warmest European places where you can enjoy the sunshine in September. Let’s kick-off.

The Best Places in Europe to Stay in September

Even though the temperature in several parts of Europe drops in September, the average temperature is still around 22°C, which is to most people an encouraging one for outdoor activities. This temperature varies from place to place, making some areas warmer on average than the others.

Lands that border the Mediterranean sea have the best weather in Europe in September, with an average temperature of 29°C, especially in their southern coasts. These countries, such as Spain, Malta, and Greece, have the highest average temperatures, making them the perfect places to visit and stay in September.

Tenerife, Spain


Tenerife is Spain’s largest and most visited island out of the Canary Islands. Known as the land of eternal springs. Tenerife is one of the best places to visit in September to enjoy the island’s warm atmosphere. Each year, Tenerife welcomes over five million tourists from different places worldwide.

Although geographically Teneriffe is more of an Africa than Europe, it is still a part of Spain with Spanish legislation, Euro zone and quality of services.  Thus we believe it should be presented in this article.    

This popular island has several famous beaches, adrenaline-pumping water parks, beautiful surrounding mountains, and charming villages. An outstanding r destination on this island is the Playa de las Americas. This is one of the most lively holiday resorts in Tenerife, with an abundance of local and international restaurants, bars, clubs, and white sand beaches. Whatever your taste is, Playa de las Americas has something that suits your taste.

In the north of Tenerife, there are black sand beaches. This sand retains heat better, making the island warm even during winter.

On top of that, these beaches look extremely exotic.

Explore the beauty of nature on this island: swim on the warm beaches, go on a boat ride while watching the dolphins and whales, travel through the villages and get and take a glimpse at their culture, experience the Tenerife carnival, and learn more about the heritage of the island in their museums.



Are you looking for the best European country to visit in September? Then Malta is the perfect place for you. This small island lies in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea.  As long as you’re in Malta, the adventure never ends.

The capital city of Malta, Valletta, has no beaches. However, you can discover the world of endless beaches on the north coast of this island. The European Union(EU) recognizes about 97% of these beaches as some of the cleanest among its member states. These beautiful and safe beaches are some of the best places for water ski in Europe. Expect other water sports such as snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, and boat tours of the island.

One of the most popular beaches in Malta is Mehilla Bay. Apart from the activities that abound on this beach, it also has an extensive shallow seabed, making it safe for children to swim in.

Malta, also known for its rich cultural heritage, which allows tourists to take a trip to some of the UNESCO world heritage sites, such as the Tarxien temples, Ggantija, and the Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum. On top of that some of the museums are highly recommended for a visit, like for example a National Museum of Archeology and the Malta Maritime Museum. Both are free for entry and have guided tours from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm.

If all you need is a quiet place to relax and enjoy the summer breezes, then villages like Marsaxlokk and Marsaskala are good places to live while in Malta. However, for bustling nightlife, St. Julian is the best place for you.

Ibiza, Spain


Ibiza is a small island located not far from the southeastern coast of Spain. This island is just perfect for a honeymoon getaway. There are several activities to do and places to go on this island, beginning with its beaches. These beaches have charming blue-colored water with soft white sands. Ibiza does not lag in its nightlife as well. Tourists can go for several sports activities during the day and wrap it up with fun-filled parties at night; this could even be a boat party.

Apart from the beaches on this island, a famous place and interesting place for sightseeing is the Torres de Savina, a tower built centuries ago to prevent attacks from pirates. Although the tower itself is closed for visitors, you still can hike up the cliff leading to it and the outside view of the tower and sights around it. This cliff is relatively tall so be careful if you are afraid of heights. You can also visit some other popular sites such as Dalt Villa to sightsee; Es Amunts for nature spotting; and Sant Mateu d’Albarca, a little island with a romantic ambiance.

Ibiza’s weather remains hot, making it one of the best places in Europe to visit in September.

Madeira, Portugal


Madeira is yet another island in European jurisdiction, Portuguese in this case, just off the coast of Africa. Yes, there are beaches to enjoy here but the place is well known for its sightseeing opportunities. It is a chain of volcanic islands with Madeira itself being the largest of them all, offering to those who visit them a mild climate and fantastic landscape. Due to its landscape, sightseeing is one of the favorite things to do in the capital of Madeira.

If you type in Google “Portugal September Weather” Madeira is going to be one of the first lines in your search results.  It offers a variety of outdoor activities that tourists can take part  in. One of them is a hike to  a famous waterfall in Madeira, the 25 Fontes falls. Also there are plenty of impressive places to visit that have been formed by volcanic eruptions. If you’ve got some excellent photography skills, come along with your camera and take several beautiful, insta-worthy pictures of this island.

Visit the beautiful gardens of Madeira island, such as the Monte Palace tropical garden and the Madeira botanical gardens, for a fresh experience with nature.

Don’t forget to enjoy the rich and signature dishes  of this island, taste the famous Madeira wine, and shop all you want in the local markets before leaving the island.



The Island of Cyprus is one of the island countries in the Mediterranean. Its location just off the southern coast of Turkey, a popular sunbathing destination itself, makes it one of the warmest countries in Europe in September. The island is famous for its archeological sites, such as the remnants of the ancient Kingdom of Kourion, the Tombs of the Kings, ancient Salamis, and several others. Here you can visit the ancient houses of gladiators, public baths, and the infamous Greek theaters and appreciate their ancient architecture designs.

Cyprus also has several white sand beaches where you can enjoy September’s excellent sun and outdoor activities. If you’re tired of the beaches, the Paphos Aphrodite water park can help you switch things up with several thrilling water rides and games.

Other places like the Cyprus Museum, which houses have an extensive collection of Cypriot antiquities, will help you learn more about the country’s history.

Algarve, Portugal

If you’re looking to go on a cheap trip in September 2022, then Algarve is not something you should be looking at. However, if you are a surfing lover – Algarve is an  ideal destination for you as it is located on an ocean shore with great waves which attracts surfers all other the World. Also Algarve belongs to a Portuguese territory which is  famous for its cuisine, wine and hospitality.  So many people come here to enjoy Portuguese culture and tradition.  

The Algarve region is home to several historic towns and fishing villages. Here you can enjoy the ancient atmosphere and walk around streets of old towns. One more  top seasonal attraction here – is the world’s largest sand sculpture festival, known as FIESA. This festival takes place yearly in Pera, also called the Sand City. However, tourists are welcome to see creative and breathtaking sculptures made from sand all year round.

The beaches in Algarve are some of the most beautiful in the world, bordered by colorful cliffs. Its most visited beach is the Ponta de Piedade beach, which is not only filled with water sports activities but also has gigantic rock formations around it. You could go cave kayaking on these beaches, admiring the beauty of nature.

Algarve is a lively place to be. The towering mountains surrounding it make hiking a favorite activity here. In addition, you’ll find open-air music performances and live concerts throughout this region, all free to attend.

Santorini, Greece


Santorini is one of the most visited places in Greece, receiving up to two million visitors per year, so it is usually crowded during the peak summer season. However, it is one of the best places to spend your European holidays in September because this is when the crowds start receding.

The prominent reasons Santorini keeps getting millions of visitors each year are its picturesque environment and its beaches. Just like the beaches in Dubai, the azure waters and the sandy beaches make it perfect for swimming, sunbathing, or simply relaxing and enjoying the view.

Santorini is also one of those islands affected by volcanic eruptions, giving its landscape its distinct shape. So, while kayaking on the beaches, you can also admire the beauty of nature by viewing the rock and cliff formations around them. The villages in Santorini are some of the most beautiful among those in Greece.

A typical example is the village of Oia, which perches on a mountain. Its strategic location gives a perfect view of the sea and sunset in the evening. It is delightful to take a walk around this village and view its unique architecture, beautiful mix of colors, and perfectly peaceful ambiance.

Santorini has many beaches, so watersports activities are common on the island. You could also visit their art galleries, museums, and archeological sites and go on a wine tour. While in Santorini, you need not worry about places to stay since new hotels open yearly on this island to accommodate the number of visitors it has each year.

Costa del Sol, Spain


If you want to visit Europe in September, there’s no better place than the sunny Costa del Sol. This region has long summer months, from June through late September.

Because this region is famous for its warmth, one of its most popular tourist destinations is its beaches. Its beaches got awarded the blue flag in 2016: this means they’re suitable for as many water sports as you’d like. After a fun day at the beach, take the Teleférico Benalmádena cable ride, exploring the beauty of Malaga, the province’s capital.

Bioparc Fuengirola animal park allows you to see several wild animals in an environment that recreates their natural habitat. This park is unique for having not just any wild animals but also some species of endangered animals such as the Sumatra tiger and the Roloway monkeys.

Costa del Sol has the nickname Costa del Golf because it is the home of golf. It has over 70 golf courses, with some, such as the Valle Romano Golf & Resort, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.

Your trip to this region is incomplete without tasting the famous summer dish, Espetos, and some Spanish wine.



Islands and waterfalls of Croatia are amongst its most prominent features for tourists. This country has over a thousand islands and about 90 scenic waterfalls. One of the most visited places in Croatia is the Plitvice Lakes National Park. This park spans over 30,000 hectares and is a collection of several waterfalls and watercourses above and underground. They come together to form the upper and lower lakes. The forest overlooking the lake is home to bears and several species of birds. This is the most beautiful natural park in Croatia.

Zagreb is the capital and the cultural hub of Croatia. It has all the city fun you can imagine. You could visit its Museum of Broken Relationships, the Museum of Illusions, its famous Dolan market, or even take a walk in its streets.

Away from the hustle and bustle of the city is an old and golden town called Dubrovnik. This town is otherwise known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic.”

This town has preserved its architecture and culture for several centuries. Walking the city’s walls, passing through its narrow streets, and tasting its dishes are things you must do when visiting Croatia.

Sardinia, Italy


September temperature in Italy varies in its different parts. However, the island of Sardinia stays moderately hot in September.

The beaches and beautiful rock formations draw tourists to this beautiful island. However, Sardinia has a beach for everyone, ranging from the rugged to those with cliffs and shallow waters safe for swimming.

Another popularly visited place in Sardinia is Neptune’s Grotto. This cave has stalactites and stalagmites that have been carved into scary structures. Different rooms in this cave hold fun for visitors and important lessons never to forget.

Sardinia also has archeological sites like the Nora archeological site and the Su Nuraxi of Barumini. The Su Nuraxi of Barumini is the most extensive site with diverse archeological treasures in Sardinia.

Antalya, Turkey


Finally, on the list of where to go in Europe in September is Antalya, Turkey. Antalya has several beaches, historical sites, museums, and monuments.

One of the most visited monuments in Antalya is the Yivli Minare, an architectural design built centuries ago that stands tall among others. It is an example of a well-preserved structure.

The historical ruins in Antalya, such as the ruins of Termessos and Aspendos, are popularly known. Aspendos has a well-preserved structure, while what’s left of Termessos are its ruins. However, both are rich in history and are beautiful places to be. Antalya has one of the largest aquariums in the world, with several collections of fish, museums, and thrilling natural parks. It is one of the fun-filled places to be in Turkey.



There are several other European places with perfect summer weather in September. An ideal example is the Corsica weather in September, which is just perfect for honeymoon getaways and European holidays. So go on a trip and enjoy an excellent September in these warm countries.

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places in hotels, but also by lower prices compared to the summer season.

If you are tired of noisy crowded hotels and beaches, September is the right month to travel. It is worth finding out more information about the weather in a particular country and you can pack your suitcase! nine0015

Beach holidays in Europe

The heat subsides and European countries, cooling down from the scorching August sun, are happy to welcome new tourists. Familiar Greece, Cyprus, Turkey delight with prices and the opportunity to choose a hotel to your liking, and in addition you get comfortable weather.

Greek resorts begin to play with new colors, because at this time you can not only soak up the sun, but also visit excursions and memorable places without exhausting from the heat. Be sure to add the Athenian Acropolis, Meteora, the Colossus of Rados to the list of visited places. nine0015

In September you can also visit the islands of “eternal spring” – Tenerife. The Canary Islands will have a usual temperature of 22-25°C. This destination is for those tourists who do not like the heat and are not averse to swimming in the ocean with cool water.

Hot African countries

In September, favorable weather sets in Egypt and Tunisia for a beach holiday.

The warm sea, the all-inclusive food system and the developed infrastructure of hotels allow those who worked tirelessly in the summer to relax and fill up with strength. nine0015

Tours to Hurghada and Sharm el-Sheikh are among the most affordable in the price range, based on the range of services provided. You can visit Egypt, flying from Minsk or Kyiv.

Tunisia departing from Moscow is also in demand in September. the most famous resorts are Hammamet, Sousse and Monastir.


Exotic Caribbean countries such as the Dominican Republic and Cuba start a new season in September. The rains stop and the humidity drops, but the weather is not quite stable yet. For this reason, prices for tours in this direction please with discounts. nine0015

If you are not lucky with the weather, there are many places that you can visit in these countries and forget about pessimism.
Havana and the old Plaza Vieja are imbued with the old spirit and culture of the people.
No less interesting for many will be a visit to the mausoleum of Che Guevaro, near Santo Clara. Cuba is rich in ancient fortresses, castles and cathedrals.

Unlike the cultural and historical Cuba, the Dominican Republic is an ecological holiday. Here you can visit amazing caves, grottoes and national parks. nine0015

In the Dominican Republic you will find a wide range of entertainment: water parks, oceanarium, theme parks, water sports!

Tours to the Dominican Republic and Cuba departing from Moscow are popular for romantic and secluded vacations.

Velvet season is always famous for a wide range of excursion programs. You can visit Europe in September both by bus tour and by overcoming a short distance by plane.

Czech Republic and its colorful capital Prague, Germany and its majestic castles, Poland and its historical past. Excursion routes can pass through one country or include several popular destinations. nine0015

These tours are suitable for tourists whose motto in life is “to move forward and learn new things every day”!

Going on a tour to the Czech Republic, take a walk along the Charles Bridge, look at the Prague Astronomical Clock (the medieval clock on the wall of the Old Town Hall), pass by the unique architectural monuments of the Gothic style – the Cathedral of St. Vitus and Karlstejn.

In Germany, you don’t need to look for places of interest, they will find you themselves, because there are a lot of them in the country. Mandatory to visit will be the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag, Cologne Cathedral. Don’t miss out on the stunning castles of Hohenschwangau, Linderhof and Neuschwanstein. nine0015

Poland is attractive not so much for its places of interest, but for shopping tours. Shopping tours to Bialystok are popular in September.

Aalsmeer Flower Parade

Every year there is a flower parade in Holland. Floral firms present to the attention of visitors the wonders of fantasy, made of flowers. During the parade, the procession of which stretches for 2-3 km, musical cover bands perform, performances and dances take place.


The world’s largest beer festival. Munich celebrates it for 16 days! nine0015

Beer flows like water, costumed parades, horse races, concert programs and shows take place. Oktoberfest enters the Guinness Book of Records as the biggest holiday in the world!

Visa-free countries

You can save time and money without opening a visa by visiting Montenegro and Turkey.

Budva resort in Montenegro pleases with free places on the beach and warm sea.

Turkish hotels, whose season continues, reduces the cost of tours and is waiting for new tourists.

Velvet season, or where to go on vacation in September

Many Mediterranean countries are popular in September because the sizzling summer heat characteristic of them subsides, and the air and water temperatures are conducive to a comfortable stay without sunstroke and burns. As a rule, the tourist season in September is on the decline, the guests are leaving. On the beaches, in hotels and at the main attractions, it becomes less crowded, and no one interferes with enjoying a long-awaited vacation. Nevertheless, it is still worth booking hotels in advance – there are almost always empty rooms during the velvet season, but in order to have a good choice in terms of quality and price, it is better to worry in advance. nine0015

Today we will find out where you can go on vacation in September to get the opportunity to swim in the warm sea water and soak up the sun.

Coasts of the Adriatic and Mediterranean Seas

Our compatriots most often prefer resorts in Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, as well as Croatia and Montenegro for vacations in September. The water temperature in the Adriatic Sea is 22-24 degrees, which everyone indescribably rejoices after the summer sun.

The Mediterranean Sea at this time is more friendly than ever – the average water temperature in September is about 25-26 degrees, which means that relaxing on the beach will be especially pleasant. This is why Turkey and Cyprus are such popular destinations. nine0015

The coast of Italy loses somewhat in this respect – it is already starting to rain there at this time. But if your goal is not only to sunbathe on the beach, but also to take a tour of the sights, then not too hot weather will come in handy more than ever.

Indian summer on the shores of the Black Sea in Odessa

And for those who prefer not to leave their native latitudes this year, this year they will have to spend the velvet season in Odessa and nearby villages spread on the sea coast. nine0015

Luxury hotels Bristol and London are located in the very center of the city – lovers of night walks and comfortable sightseeing settle there. And for those who like to walk from the room to the sea no more than 10 minutes, Panorama and Geneva hotels are suitable.

Indian summer on the Black Sea is very pleasant. The beaches of Odessa are becoming much freer, the tourist fever is subsiding, the sun is gently warming, not hot – in general, you can fully enjoy a relaxing resort holiday.

Eastern exotic Asia and Africa for September holidays

Asian and African countries also receive a new flow of tourists with the onset of September. Here, from the end of August until mid-October, as a rule, quite pleasant weather sets in – there is no burning heat, but the cold season of annoying heavy rains has not yet arrived. This period is one of the most comfortable for Europeans spoiled by good weather.


In Egypt, in September, the sun is still hot – the air temperature reaches 34 degrees. But the sea is also well warmed up – a mark of 28 C for knowledgeable people means excellent conditions for diving, which the country of the pharaohs is famous for. nine0015


Similar entertainment is offered to tourists in Thailand. Windsurfing, diving and exciting excursions are accompanied by beautiful weather. The air temperature of 21-24 degrees pleases with a great opportunity to relax and travel comfortably.


Tunisia is one of the popular vacation spots in September – in September-October the weather is just perfect – dry, hot, without rain, but without heat (up to 30 C).

Cool European countries

If you are not one of those who pursue the benefits of a beach holiday, you will surely like the always bright and interesting old Europa. It hides so many mysteries and beauties that it is attractive in any season. In early autumn, the views become more picturesque thanks to the yellowing trees, and the weather becomes cooler, and therefore quite tolerable for excursions, hiking and trips to the old cities.

Floral carpets of Czech castles, beer festivals and cycling marathons in Germany – all this is what attracts Europe in autumn.

Weather in majorca in late september: Mallorca weather in September (Balearic Islands)

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September in Portugal; a guide to Lisbon, Porto and the Algarve

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September is one of the best months to visit Portugal. The weather is glorious and all tourist activities are open, but it is passed the hectic peak season of July and August.

With the end of school holidays and package tourists, the whole of Portugal takes on a much more relaxed ambience – and it is the best time to visit Portugal if you are travelling as a couple.

In September there will be shorter queues for the major tourist attractions, while the slight reduction in the temperature means it is also a fantastic time to explore the country.

Being straight after the summer season, everything is fully open (the resort towns tend to close down at the end of October), and the weather is still warm enough to spend time on the beaches.



September is actually one of the busiest months in the Algarve, especially for older tourists who are drawn by the relaxed pace of life, after the children have gone back to school.

It is a myth that prices are lower in September, but hotels and flights will not be sold out, so there will be more choice and availability.

This article will provide a guide to September in Portugal, and help you get the most from your holiday.

The beautiful Algarve region will be much less crowded in Septmeber than in the peak summer months

The whole of Portugal is perfect for a holiday during September. Recommended tour routes and holiday ideas for September include:
1) A city break based in Porto, which includes a cruise along the Douro River and day trips to Braga, Guimarães and Aveiro
2) A relaxed beach holiday to Albufeira, Alvor or Vilamoura
3) A touring trip of the Algarve (Tavira, Faro, Lagos and Silves)
4) A city break to Lisbon, with day trips to Sintra, Cascais, Sesimbra and Obidos
5) A tour of the undiscovered northeast of Portugal (Serra da Estrela mountains, Beira region, Monsanto and Lamego)

The interactive map below shows these suggested itineraries.

For the suggested tours 2 and 3 you would fly into Faro airport, for 1 and 5 Porto airport and for route 4 Lisbon airport. A car is needed for route 5 as this is a remote region of Portugal with almost no public transport.
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Portugal weather in September

The weather in September could be classes as almost perfect. It will be warm, sunny and dry, but is without the intense heat of the summer. Rain is rare in September but there is always a possibility with a likelihood further to the north.

In the Algarve the weather will be warm enough for spending time on the beach, while evenings are refreshing, and you may need to bring a jacket.

The further north you go, the cooler it will get, and by the Porto coastline, there will only be a handful of days when it is suitable for sunbathing on the beach.

The Algarve in September

September is a great time to visit the Algarve, and is perfect for so many different tourist types.

The weather is warm enough to lounge about on the beaches, if all you want is a relaxing holiday. All of the resort towns are fully open, so you are spoilt for choice of where to stay. There are the larger and livelier resort towns such as Albufeira, Praia da Rocha or Vilamoura or the smaller and more personable beach towns such as Carvoeiro, Olhos de Água or Alvor.

The main beach of Albufeira in September, with many visitors and sunny hot weather

The slightly cooler weather in September makes the Algarve great for an activity holiday, such as cycling, golf, hiking, surfing, kayaking or deep-sea fishing. For a stunning coastal hiking route, there is the Percurso dos Sete Vales Suspensos or the mountains near Monchique. The best surfing is to the far west near Sagres, while Vilamoura is the centre for golfing holidays.

September is ideal to discover the culture and history of the Algarve with a touring holiday. There is the charming fishing town Tavira, the castles of Castro Marim, the Roman ruins at Estoi, the markets of Loule and the Moorish history of Silves. In the summer any serious sightseeing is too hot and draining, but in September it is enjoyable.
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September is a great time to discover the Moorish history of Silves

Insight: When most tourists consider a beach holiday to Portugal they instantly think of the Algarve, but Portugal has many more beautiful beaches and traditional resort towns.

Popular beach towns near Lisbon include Cascais, Estoril, Sesimbra or Ericeira. The Costa de Prata offers glorious beaches and charming towns (Nazaré, São Martinho do Porto or Costa Nova) or for somewhere completely undiscovered, consider the Alentejo coastline (Nova de Milfontes).

Porto in September

Porto is a treat in September, but is often overshadowed by the more well-known Lisbon or Algarve.

It takes two days to explore the city, and his makes it an ideal destination for a city break in September.

There is the quaint riverside Ribeira district to explore, the ancient cathedral district and endless opportunities for Port wine tasting in Vila Nova de Gaia. Porto is not just about history and culture, it boasts great nightlife, unique cuisines and a trendy forward-thinking vibe. No matter your age, you will love Porto.

Porto sits on the banks of the Douro River

Depending on your style of holiday, you may wish to take a relaxing boat cruise along the Douro River, as it passes through the scenic vine-covered hills around Peso da Régua and Pinhão. Equally, you could hire a car and explore the Douro region independently following the N222 road.

If the weather is hot and sunny and you fancy a trip to the beach, then head to the characterful beach town of Vila do Conde, or the vast sandy beaches of Espinho.

If you have more than three days in the Porto region, you may want to visit the common day trips, which include the historic city of Guimarães, the religious city of Braga or the coastal town of Aveiro. If you want to explore somewhere slightly away from the common tourist routes, consider visiting pretty Lamego or the port city of Viana do Castelo.

There is so much to see and do in the Porto region for a holiday in September and we can’t recommend it enough.
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The terraced vineyards of the upper Douro near Peso da Régua

Lisbon in September

Lisbon has fewer crowds than in the summer, but it will still be busy, especially in the main tourist areas such as the Baixa and Belem districts or in the pretty town of Sintra.

There is so much to do and see in Lisbon, there is the ancient cobbled streets of Alfama, the grand plazas of Baixa, charming yellow trams to ride and the picturesque district of Belem to discover. Along with the vast array of sights, there is buzzing nightlife, a flourishing artisan scene and a social atmosphere about the city.

Lisbon extends over seven hills and the castle sits atop the highest

It takes three days of sightseeing to fully discover Lisbon, and then there are the day trips to further extend a holiday.

Sintra is a delightful town with lavish palaces and villas dotted around the hills of the Serra de Sintra. There is the pretty beach resort of Cascais, which is surrounded by gorgeous beaches or the authentic port city of Setubal. Slightly further is the walled town of Obidos or the historic city of Evora.

Lisbon is one of the greatest capital cities of western Europe, but in September (and with the whole of the summer) we suggest visiting Porto, as it is equally as good and is significantly less crowded. Lisbon is best visited in the late spring and especially June.
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The grand Praça do Comércio sits at the centre of Lisbon and was the historic commercial hub of the city

Alternative areas of Portugal to visit in September

Portugal is not just Lisbon, Porto and the Algarve, and some of the most magical areas of the country are off from the main tourist routes.

The Alentejo coastline is stunning in September but is little visited. Here vast pristine beaches await you, with huge waves for surfing and unspoilt countryside for hiking or cycling. Vila Nova de Milfontes is the main town of the region, while Porto Covo is a pretty village, and both are wonderful for a relaxing beach holiday.

The unspoilt Praia de Almograve beach, just south of Vila Nova de Milfontes

For a touring holiday, consider exploring the hilltop castles and rugged scenery of northeast Portugal. A tour of this dramatic region, which is barely known by tourists, could include the fortified towns of the Beira region (Trancoso, Almeida and Marialva), the mountains of the Serra da Estrela and the boulder-strewn town of Monsanto. September is one of the best months to visit the Serra da Estrela, as the scenic mountain roads aren’t clogged with Portuguese day-trippers.

Monsanto maybe remote from everything but is definitely worth visiting

For a more cultural touring holiday, consider the central region of Portugal. Destinations that could be visited include the university city of Coimbra, the Knights Templar fortified town of Tomar, the monastery at Batalha and the pilgrimage town of Fatima.

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The most charming town of the eastern Algarve


The religious centre of Portugal and likeable city


Extravagant palaces, opulent villas, and stunning scenery


Delightful beach town, which is a favourite with the Portuguese


The classic Portuguese walled town, owned by the Queen of Portugal

Vila Nova de Milfontes

Authentic Portugal on the undiscovered Alentejo coastline


Experience true Portugal in this busy fishing port


A charming town, famed for the world’s highest surfing waves

Viana do Castelo

The charismatic and undiscovered north of Portugal


The finest resort town of the Lisbon coastline


The ancient stronghold of the Knights Templar


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The largest and liveliest resort town of the Algarve


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Whether you’re looking for a quick getaway that doesn’t break the bank or want some last-minute five-star luxury, we’ve got you covered. With these hotels and our fantastic deals, you’ll be packing your suitcase and turning on your out-of-office ready-to-go straight away. Drop everything and get a load of these late deals – we’re off on our jollies!

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If you’re looking for last minute holidays, we know what you’re after. You want the spontaneity, the adventure, the excitement of seeing new places and trying new foods. That’s why we present to you: long haul holidays. Like short haul holidays, but longer. Twice the distance, but also twice the fun! And you know where we’re eyeing up? Marriott Resort Palm Jumeirah. Beachfront, beautiful rooms, bars galore – brilliant.

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Grab ‘em while they’re hot! Okay, so technically they might still be hot, but you’ll need to get a wriggle on if any of these deals tickle your fancy. What could be better than a spontaneous last-minute holiday to brighten up your week? Go on – get packing! From Fuerteventura to Majorca, last-minute deals are available in many destinations. If you fancy jetting off as soon as possible, then these hotels are ideal for you. Get booking!

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You know that saying, ‘better later than never’. ..or something like that. Well, maybe next week is a bit too last minute for you, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still be off on your jollies ASAP. Especially when we’ve got late deals as good as these… So, where do you fancy? Will it be Portugal? Or Spain? Whatever takes your fancy, just know that it’ll be holiday bliss. Now, have you packed that suncream?!

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Spending a fortune on a holiday really is not it, no matter how strong the cravings for sun are. That’s why we’ve picked out these budget-friendly three-star hotels, because the best holidays don’t always come with the biggest price tag. You’re welcome. If you’re looking for a quick break and a last-minute sunshine escape that doesn’t break the bank, then we’ve got you covered. Our cheap holiday deals offer some fantastic hotels in beautiful destinations for you to go from work to the beach before your boss can question your annual leave request.

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5-star. 5 pools. You’ll be high-fiving all the time when staying at the Garcia Resort & Spa in Dalaman. With that many pools, friendly staff, a 24-hour English pub and a FREE shuttle bus to the beach, this hotel is a slice of paradise. Why are you waiting around? Pack your suitcase with your finest flip-flops and get ready for a last-minute break at your new favourite holiday hotel.

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Last minute, but make it extra. You might be eager to jet off, but that doesn’t mean you want anything less than luxury, and honestly, we can’t say we blame you. One look at these hotels and you’ll be looking for the first flight out…

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Yes and no. Booking a holiday last minute can result in securing a bargain. Airlines are desperate to fill their planes, so if they have lots of seats still available near to the departure date then they may significantly reduce the cost of these in order to fill the plane. The same is true for hotel rooms. So if you are flexible about where you want to go, then you can secure a great holiday at a low price last minute.

If, however, you have a specific destination in mind and/or specific dates you want to go, then you are generally much better off booking as early as possible. This way you secure the holiday and can also benefit from early booking discounts.

It all depends on how flexible you can be. If you can be extremely flexible on your destination and hotel, then it is probably best to book just a couple of days before departure, nabbing the last couple of seats on a plane and the last available room in a hotel.

As with many things, flight pricing fluctuates based on supply and demand, so it’s not always clear cut which day is the cheapest to fly. But generally speaking, Tuesdays are the cheapest day to fly. If we are talking weekend flights only, Sundays are the cheapest day to jet away.

On the other side of the coin, Fridays are typically the most expensive day to fly.

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Mallorca in September. is it worth it?


possum passer-by 26.07.17 12:11

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Is it worth flying to Mallorca at the beginning of September for a holiday? (first 2 weeks) will it be cold and how often does it rain? Google shows it’s warm, but here I often read that people complain about the weather in Mallorca in September. share your experience, comrades! nine0005


Zufallsvariable local 07/26/17 12:18

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in reply possum 07/26/17 12:11

I was in Mallorca twice in September, once in the middle of the month, the other at the end, both times the weather was wonderful. Parents go there almost every year in late August – early September, only once they complained about rainy weather.


possum passerby 07/26/17 12:27

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in reply Zufallsvariable 07/26/17 12:18

thanks for the feedback! can you tell me if it matters which part of the island to fly to? Are there any places that should be avoided? in terms of weather (strong wind for example) and also heard that in some places young people arrange wild parties, I would not want to get into such a place.


Zufallsvariable local 07/26/17 12:33

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I can only tell you where my parents and I went: the Peguera area. I can’t say anything about other regions.


Jana Gut visitor 26. 07.17 12:59

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in reply possum 07/26/17 12:27

Wild parties are held in Playa de Palma i El Arenal, and in other places it is calm. See Cala Millor, Cala Dor, Sa Coma.

Paguera in the south or north of Bucht von Alcudia.


Messe_und_Med native 26.07.17 13:29

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Of course it’s worth it. This is a good time. But Mallorca without Area and drunken Germans is not Mallorca 🙂
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in reply to Messe_und_Med 07/26/17 01:29 PM, last modified on 07/26/17 03:12 PM (Mr.Wild.Cat)

I flew to Mallorca many times in late September – early October to cheer up . In Germany it’s raining, windy, overcast, faces all around seem to have eaten lemons… but at this time in Mallorca…. SUMMER, SUN, +30, water +24, hot sand, everyone is happy and cheerful. nine0005

Since I was flying for 2-3 days, I didn’t go far from the airport and stopped, khe-khe, in S’Arenal. Yes, there are a lot of drunken Germans, but it’s full of free German and all kinds of girls who want to have fun As they say, it’s a shame to tell, but it’s very nice to remember Mallorca vari-vari-good, S’Arenal ve best!


Vika Home Dragon 26.07.17 17:12

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were in the first half of September, not a drop of rain +30, a fairy tale, not the weather
NEW 07/26/17 18:56

in reply possum 07/26/17 12:11

is it worth flying to Mallorca for a holiday in early September? (first 2 weeks)

In the first two weeks of September it will definitely not be cold.

We were there at that time too.


luisa_26 guest 26. 07.17 20:42

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there are plans to go to Mallorca on October 20, maybe someone was in October what was the weather like there?


bord patriot 26.07.17 21:47

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in reply possum 07/26/17 12:11

and we are flying for the third time in October.

I always come back with a tan.

I like to lie in the sun on the seashore. nine0005

in Cala Rajada, Peguera

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Sol-perez old-timer 07/26/17 22:50

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in reply bord 07/26/17 21:47

We were in late October – early November. Warm, swim. (Soller)


arbeitswillige native 07/26/17 23:20

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in reply possum 07/26/17 12:11

we fly to Mallorca in September without fail and in May, June as it will. September is amazing! Like a velvet season on the Black Sea. There is no more sweltering heat and fewer people on the beaches, the sea is wonderful, you go in and you don’t want to climb out. About two years ago, on the day of departure, we left home in the rain, this was the only time in the last 6 years. We always fly away on the 28th, 30th. Mallorca is small, if it rains, then all over, not like in Tenerife, it rains more often in the north and a little colder. We were in Mallorca and in the north and in the south, no difference. There was no wind anywhere, but if you want to be 200% sure, go to small bays, next to the peguera, for example, where we even swam in a storm. The beauty!
And the first half of September is simply no doubt and can not be! nine0005


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The Very British Reason Why Prince Louis Always Wears Shorts – NBC4 Washington

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This story was originally published Oct. 7, 2016.

When you see photos of Prince Louis, you probably focus on the 4-year-old’s sweet smile and cute cheeks.

But there’s something else that people have noticed about the young royal: He’s almost always wearing shorts!

Rain or shine, when the little prince steps out in public, he sports a pair of adorable shorts, often paired with knee socks, a preppy belt and a tucked-in polo.

It’s a trend also seen with Louis’ older brother, Prince George, too. So what’s the story behind the shorts?

In 2016, when George was a youngster, Harper’s Bazaar UK did some investigating, and they found that dressing young boys in shorts is a long-standing tradition among British royalty and aristocracy.

“It’s a very English thing to dress a young boy in shorts,” British etiquette expert William Hanson told Bazaar. “Trousers are for older boys and men, whereas shorts on young boys is one of those silent class markers that we have in England. Although times are (slowly) changing, a pair of trousers on a young boy is considered quite middle class–quite suburban. And no self-respecting aristo or royal would want to be considered suburban.”

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Most boys graduate to full-length trousers at about 8 years old, Hanson explained. He said the shorts-only tradition may stem from the antiquated custom of “breeching,” which dates back centuries in the U.K.

Traditionally, he said, young British boys were dressed in gowns for the first few years of their lives, until being “breeched” and graduating to short trousers.

Louis and George follow in the footsteps of their father, Prince William, in the shorts department. The Prince of Wales sported a very similar look in his younger years:

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Charles, Prince of Wales, and Diana, Princess of Wales, on holiday in Majorca, Spain, with their sons Prince William and Prince Harry, They are guests of King Juan Carlos of Spain and his wife Queen Sofia, They are staying at their holiday home, the Marivent Palace, which is situated just outside the capital city of Palma, 13th August 1988.

“The British upper set are always keen to hold on to tradition, and this one also silently marks them out from ‘the rest,” Hanson told Bazaar

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Average temperature in gran canaria in september: September Weather forecast – Autumn forecast

Опубликовано: April 20, 2023 в 10:45 am


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What is the Weather in Boston in September?

This post is an overview of the September weather in Boston, with tips on how to dress and things to do to help make the most of your trip. 

  • Temperatures
  • How much Sun, Rain, and Snow
  • What to Wear
  • Things to Do
  • Seasonal Outlook
  • Free Tours by Foot


September usually starts out warm in Boston but can end a bit on the cool side.

Daytime high temperatures tend to average in mid to upper 70s F (about 25 C) early in September but drop off into the mid-upper 60s F (19C to 20C) by the end of the month.

A few of the warmer afternoons early in the month reach into to mid-80s F (about 30C) with one day reaching 90 F (about 32C) or more about once every other year.

The record high temperature recorded in Boston during September was 100 F (37.8C)!

Late night and early morning low temperatures will be trending colder this month. Early in September, the lows tend to be in the lower 60s F (16C to 17C) but fall into the low to mid-50s F (11C to 12C) by the month’s end.

A few of the colder mornings towards the end of the month will dip down into the mid-40s F (6C to 7C). The record low in Boston during September was 38 F (3.3C).

In short, September is one of the best month of the year to take a free walking tour.


September is a good month to explore Boston as about 20 days this month will be either sunny or at least partly sunny.

Measurable rainfall occurs on 8-9 days but heavy rains of 0.5 inches (12.7 mm) or more only are expected on 2 days.

You can expect just over 13 hours of daylight early in September but decreasing to just short of 12 hours by the end of the month.

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Summer is ending and September starts to become more fall-like so you will need to bring some summer attire as well as clothes for the cooler fall days.

Best to bring a sweater, windbreaker or light jacket for the cooler nights and mornings and don’t forget some good walking shoes.


Be sure to read our full post on what to do in Boston in September, which includes free things to do, night and family-friendly activities and attractions

You may also find our master post on the best things to do in Boston helpful as well.

And if you are planning on visiting many of Boston’s top attractions, then you should consider a tourist discount pass as you could save up to 50% of retail ticket prices to tours, attractions, and restaurants.

Some of the fun activities include: 

  • Attend a Concert
  • Watch a Musical
  • Major Sporting Events
  • Attend the Boston Local Food Festival
  • Take a Free Walking Tour
  • Cruise the Charles River

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There is a 92% chance for normal to above normal temperatures with near normal rainfall.

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Look into the weather in August and October, as well.

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Gran Canaria Calendar and September Events – Get Up.

Get Out. Get Lost.

While the rest of the northern hemisphere is getting ready to pull out their fluffy sweaters and get their pumpkin spice on, the sun is still shining and the weather is sweet here in Gran Canaria. Summer isn´t going anywhere any time soon, and this month is packed with events, live music and local festivals.

From the massive Pino party (La Fiesta del Pino in Teror) to the sounds of the SUM music festival and the many romerías and cultural events (especially the biggies on the north and west coasts!), there´s no time to get bored this September!

I´ll be adding new events all month as they come to my attention, so don´t forget to bookmark this page for updates.

If you have an event you´d like me to add to the calendar, please contact me here.

September 2019 Events in Gran Canaria

October 2019 Events in Gran Canaria

  1. La Fiesta del Pino in Teror celebrates Gran Canaria´s patron saint and is one of the biggest parties of the year. Absolutely not to be missed!
  2. Las Fiestas del Charco in La Aldea de San Nicolas is a massively important cultural event, going all the way back to the indigenous roots.
  3. La Fiesta de Sardina (Sardina Viva) is a perfect excuse to explore this little-known paradise along the Gáldar coast, with live music and a fish fry-up to boot!
  4. SUM Music Festival: The second addition of the SUM music festival in Las Palmas is sure to bring more great acts and great fun with both local and world artists.
  5. Romería Nuestra Sra. del Rosario en Vegueta is a traditional block party in the heart of historical Vegueta in Las Palmas. Culture & tradition without even having to leave the capital!

September 1, 2019 (Sunday)

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Free Museum Entry: The first Saturday and Sunday of every month means free museum entry at all of the Cabildo´s museums, including Galdar´s painted caves, the Casa de Colón and more. For hours and details, learn more about free museum entry in Gran Canaria here.

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Mogán Feria de Mango y Aguacate: In one of the most delicious festivals of the year, when Mogán celebrates their summer harvest of mangos and avocados, complete with tastings and a farmer´s market.

Telde: Fiestas de Melenara: The lovely seaside town will be celebrating her annual festivities this weekend on the Telde coast.

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Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Tapas Thursday / Noche de Pinchos in Vegueta: This and every Thursday, join us in Vegueta for tapas and laughs.

Thursday´s Live Music Line Up in Las Palmas

Open Mic Night: Show your stuff at Motown Bar’s weekly open mic (21:00-23:00).
La Gaurida de Blues: Jazz Jam Session
Live Music at La Tasca de Lúa featuring TBA (STYLE, 19:30-21:30).

Gran Canaria North

Jam Session at Soledad Big Waves along the Moya coastline (El Pagador, 20:00).

September 6, 2019 (Friday)

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

La Rosa Terraza Plaza de Farray (21:00): TBA
La Guarida de Blues (21:00): TBA
Motown (22:00): TBA
Sala Nasdaq (23:30): TBA

More Live Tunes in Las Palmas

Concert Cervecería Echarle Huevos: TBA (rock; 21:30)

Gran Canaria North

La Fiesta del Pino: This is the big weekend for the Pino Party, and Friday night´s lineup includes folk music and dance groups starting from 21:00.

September 7, 2019 (Saturday)

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Ruta Play Viva: Live music near Playa Las Canateras in barrio Guanarteme.

NYC Taxi(21:00): Cancelled until further notice 😞. Sign this petition to help bring it back!
Tiramisu (21:00): TBA
Mumbai Sunset (21:30): TBA
La Guarida (21:30): TBA
Sala Nasdaq (23:30) TBA

Gran Canaria North

La Fiesta del Pino in Teror Pilgrimage & Romería: This weekend, Gran Canaria celebrates her Patron Saint – Nuestra Señora del Pino – in Teror. The whole island comes out to play, as do isleños from the rest of the archipelago.

Saturday is the biggest day of events and includes a midday romería and verbena, or for the more adventurous, a pilgrimage up the mountain to Teror from either Las Palmas or Arucas. Read more about La Fiesta del Pino here.

September 8, 2019 (Sunday)

La Fiesta del Pino

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Isleta Sunset Paseo los Nidillos (19:00-20:30): The Two Amigos (accoustic)

Sunday Sunset: Live music & cocktails at El Tendedero Catalina

Gran Canaria North

La Fiesta del Pino: Not as wild as yesterday´s festivities, Sunday´s Pino lineup includes a solemn mass at noon followed by a military parade through the heart of Teror.

September 9, 2019 (Monday)

Día del Pino Reserved (public holiday)

Gran Canaria Norte

Bajada de la Rama in La Aldea de San Nicolas: Somehow I´ve yet to make it to this one… undoubtedly since the Pino party is quite frankly exhausting (and because no one ever wants to drive all the way to La Aldea).

That said, word on the street is that this Bajada de la Rama is quite similar to that of Agaete, which just so happens to be my favorite party on the island. If you´ve got a designated driver who doesn´t mind heading out to the wild wild west, this one is sure to be a blast.

September 10, 2019 (Tuesday)

Gran Canaria North

Romería de San Nicolás in La Aldea: Festivities continue in La Aldea de San Nicolas, including mass, a procession, music and dancing.

September 11, 2019 (Wednesday)

Las Fiestas del Charco in La Aldea de San Nicolas: The charco (in Playa de La Aldea) is the symbol of this region and this is their biggest party. The day is filled with live music and dancing, and finally culminates with hundreds (thousands?) of fiesteros jumping into the charco with baskets, trying to catch fish bare handed in the style of the ancient indigenous peoples of the region.

10:00 am The procession to the charco begins
12:00 pm Music & dancing
17:00 pm The big event starts! Be here on time to watch the locals jump in a ¨fish¨with their bare hands… or join them!

September 12, 2019 (Wednesday)

September 12, 2019 (Thursday)

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Tapas Thursday / Noche de Pinchos in Vegueta

Thursday´s Live Music Line Up in Las Palmas

Open Mic Night: Show your stuff at Motown Bar’s weekly open mic (21:00-23:00).
La Gaurida de Blues: Jazz Jam Session
Live Music at La Tasca de Lúa featuring TBA (STYLE, 19:30-21:30).

Gran Canaria North

Jam Session at Soledad Big Waves along the Moya coastline (El Pagador, 20:00).

Gran Canaria North

Soledad Big Waves: Jam Session (Moya).

Fiestas San Cristo de Acusa Verbena (block party in Artenara): Catch a massive block party amid some of the best views on the island.

September 13, 2019 (Friday)

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Ruta Playa Viva

La Rosa Terraza Plaza de Farray (21:00): TBA
La Guarida de Blues (21:00): TBA
Motown (22:00): TBA
Sala Nasdaq (23:30): TBA

More Live Tunes in Las Palmas

Concert Cervecería Echarle Huevos: TBA (rock; 21:30)

Gran Canaria North

Fiestas San Cristo de Acusa Verbena (block party in Artenara).

Fuegos Acuáticos del Puertillo: Live music followed by fireworks above the beautiful Arucas coastline in El Puertillo, sponsored by the outdoor terrace and restaurant El Reboso Las Salinas. RSVP recommended.

September 14, 2019 (Saturday)

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Ruta Play Viva:  Live music near Playa Las Canateras.

NYC Taxi (20:00): Cancelled until further notice 😞.Sign this petition to help bring it back!
Tiramisu (21:00): Gas Gas
Mumbai Sunset

Romería de Virgen de Los Dolores in Schamann (Las Palmas)

Gran Canaria North

Las Fiestas a Sardina (Vará del Pescao) in Galdar

The festivities start around noon and lasts until about 3 in the morning, with live music, DJs, dancing, a parade or 2 and best of all, grilled fish fresh from the sea to be shared by all! If you still have some energy left after last night´s Pino party debauchery, this is one you won´t want to miss!

Romería de Virgen del Socorro in Tejeda.

Romería San Pedro González Telmo y Ntra Sra del Carmen in beautiful Sardina (Gáldar coast).

Gran Canaria South

Romería de San Miguel Arcángel in Temisas.

Romería del Sagrado Corazón  in La Garita (Telde).

September 15, 2019 (Sunday)

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Isleta Sunset Paseo los Nidillos (19:00-20:30): Alvaro Torres Trio (jazz)

Sunday Sunset (17:00-00:00): Live music & cocktails at El Tendedero Catalina.

Gran Canaria North

Las Fiestas a Sardina (Vará del Pescao) in Galdar, day 2

Romería de las Marías en Santa Mª de Guía

September 16, 2019  (Monday)

September 17, 2019 (Tuesday)
September 18, 2019 (Wednesday)

September 19, 2019  (Thursday)

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Tapas Thursday / Noche de Pinchos in Vegueta: This and every Thursday, don´t miss the perfect opportunity to knock back some cañas and tapas while getting to know the locals in historical Vegueta.

Thursday´s Live Music Line Up in Las Palmas

Open Mic Night: Show your stuff at Motown Bar’s weekly open mic (21:00-23:00).
La Gaurida de Blues: Jazz Jam Session
Live Music at La Tasca de Lúa featuring TBA (STYLE, 19:30-21:30).

Gran Canaria North

Jam Session at Soledad Big Waves along the Moya coastline (El Pagador, 20:00).

September 20, 2019  (Friday)

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

La Rosa Terraza Plaza de Farray (21:00): TBA
La Guarida de Blues (21:00): TBA
Motown (22:00): jam session
Sala Nasdaq (23:30): TBA

More Live Tunes in Las Palmas

Cervecería Echarle Huevos: Jesus Garriga (Singer/songrwriter; 21:30; €5)

Gran Canaria North

Día Mundial de Turismo in Agaete: Agaete will be showing off all her good stuff this weekend during the annual world day of tourism. Friday´s events include a showing of the documentary ¨Axis Mundi: Cumbres Sagradas de Gran Canaria¨ featuring Gran Canaria´s sacred mountains, shown in the Plaza de Constitución (20:30).

Gran Canaria South

Veneguera Musica Etnografía: This gorgeous hippy festival is celebrating it´s 30th year of live music and camping in one of the most beautiful corners of the island. The two day festival starts on Friday and goes on until the wee hours on Sunday. Let your inner flower power out and this one of a kind event!

September 21, 2019  (Saturday)

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Ruta Play Viva: Live music near Playa Las Canteras in barrio Guanarteme.

NYC Taxi(21:00): Cancelled until further notice 😞. Sign the petition!
Tiramisu (21:00): Hermanos Mariño y Grupo
Mumbai Sunset (21:30): TBA
La Guarida (21:30): TBA
Sala Nasdaq
 (23:30): TBA

More Live Tunes in Las Palmas

Concert Cervecería Echarle Huevos: Nauci Gold (DJ; 21:00)

Gran Canaria North

Día Mundial de Turismo in Agaete: Saturday´s events at Agaete´s World Tourism Day features ¨Una noche con las poetas¨ in the Huerto de Flores at 20:30.

Romería de San Mateo in Vega de San Mateo

Romería del Rosario in La Goleta (Arucas).

Gran Canaria South

Patios Encantados in Telde: Concerts featuring local singer/songwriter Pez Mago (singer-songwriter from Madrid) at the Casa-Museo Leon y Castillo.

Veneguera Musica Etnografía: Live music and camping in one of the most beautiful corners of the island.

Romería de San Miguel in Valsequillo.

September 22, 2019  (Sunday)

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Romería Nuestra Sra. del Rosario in Vegueta is a traditional block party in the heart of historical Vegueta in Las Palmas. I´ve missed this one the last two years and am stoked to finally dawn my traditional Canary dress and eat papas con mojo til I pop (til I papa? Too much? Not punny? 😂) in the historical heart of my adopted Las Palmas.

September 23, 2019  (Monday)

September 24, 2019 (Tuesday)
September 25, 2019 (Wednesday)

September 26, 2019 (Thursday)

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Tapas Thursday / Noche de Pinchos in Vegueta

Thursday´s Live Music Line Up in Las Palmas

Open Mic Night: Show your stuff at Motown Bar’s weekly open mic (21:00-23:00).
La Gaurida de Blues: Jazz Jam Session
Live Music at La Tasca de Lúa featuring TBA (STYLE, 19:30-21:30).

Gran Canaria North

Jam Session at Soledad Big Waves along the Moya coastline (El Pagador, 20:00).

September 27, 2019 (Friday)

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Ruta Playa Viva Las Palmas: This and every Friday, live tunes at some of the best live music hotspots around Las Canteras:

La Rosa Terraza Plaza de Farray (21:00): TBA
La Guarida de Blues (21:00): TBA
Motown (22:00): TBA
Sala Nasdaq (23:30): TBA

More Live Tunes in Las Palmas

Cervecería Echarle Huevos: Terapia Colectiva (monologue; 21:00; €7)

Soledad Big Waves: Live music featuring TBA (Moya).

September 28, 2019 (Saturday)

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Isleta Sunset Paseo los Nidillos (19:00-20:30): Lydia Bolboreta (meztizaje)

Sunday Sunset (17:00-00:00): Live music & cocktails at El Tendedero Catalina

Gran Canaria North

Agaete ChillOut:  The third and final day of Agaete ChillOut in Puerto de las Nieves along the coast of beautiful Agaete. Live music, wine tasting, local food, fashion and more.

Gran Canaria SUM Festival: Last year was a blast, and this year Las Palmas will be hosting the second annual SUM Festival featuring artists such as Texas (Scotland)  Fangoria, Sidecars, Niños Mutantes, Miss Caffeina, Second, Carlos Sadness, Elefantes and Guineo. Tickets start at €37 and can be purchase online here.

Ruta Play Viva: Live music near Playa Las Canteras in barrio Guanarteme.

NYC Taxi(21:00): Cancelled until further notice 😞. Sign the petition!
Tiramisu (21:00): Tonky de la Peña and Gumbo Blues
Mumbai Sunset (21:30): TBA
La Guarida (21:30): TBA
Sala Nasdaq
 (23:30): TBA

More Live Tunes in Las Palmas

Cervecería Echarle Huevos: Scatman (ska; 21:00; free entry)

Gran Canaria North

Agaete Chill Out 2019:  In the heart of Puerto de las Nieves along the coast of beautiful Agaete, the 5th Edition of Agaete Chill will last from Friday, Sep. 27- Sunday Sep. 29, 2019. The event will include  live music, wine tasting, local food, fashion and more.

VIII Festival Cosa Norte 2019: More festivities in the north, featuring live music, an artisanal fair and other activities. Saturday´s featured performers include Yeray Rodriguez, Fran Baraja, Pcaretas Reggae and Chamán Maná Tribute Band. Family activities start from 8:00-13:30 and tunes start at 18:00.  (Villa de Moya, El Altillo, El Pagador).

Soledad Big Waves: Live music featuring TBA (Moya).

Gran Canaria South

Romería de Agüimes, Bajada del Gofio, Traída del Gofio y Agua.

September 29, 2019 (Sunday)

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Isleta Sunset Paseo los Nidillos (19:00-20:30): Bentejui de Vera Duo (soul/pop)

Sunday Sunset (17:00-00:00): Live music & cocktails at El Tendedero Catalina

Gran Canaria North

Agaete Chill Out 2019:  In the heart of Puerto de las Nieves along the coast of beautiful Agaete, the 5th Edition of Agaete Chill will last from Friday, Sep. 27- Sunday Sep. 29, 2019. The event will include  live music, wine tasting, local food, fashion and more.

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VIII Festival Cosa Norte 2019: Festivities in the north, featuring live music, an artisanal fair and other activities. Sunday´s featured performers include Los Salvapantallas and Aseres from 17:00 (Villa de Moya, El Altillo, El Pagador).

September 30, 2019 (Monday)

September is huge in Gran Canaria… I´m exhausted just writing this!

If you know of any great events happening in September, October or the coming months, please let me know in the comments below, or contact me directly to feature your event.

And as always, don´t forget to get lost out there!

Love & light,

Erica ✌️😘

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September is the first month in France when the average daily temperature drops significantly compared to August and July.

The average daily air temperature in September is in the range of 18-25 °C in almost all regions of France, which is 4 °C lower than in August.

Nighttime temperatures drop to 10-11 °C everywhere, except in the southern regions of the country on the Atlantic and on the Mediterranean coast. nine0007

The warmest nights recorded in Nice – above 17 °C. The water temperature in the Mediterranean Sea remains comfortable for a beach holiday.

Where it is comfortable and uncomfortable in September


In general, the weather in the country is stable and warm in September, even in the northern regions of the country. The strong wind from the Atlantic in September allows you to admire the kites at the festival in Marseille.

In many regions of France, the harvest takes place in September, which can be observed during specially organized walks through the vineyards. For example, in Burgundy, several wine and folklore festivals take place at this time of the year, and in the city of Shenov there is a festival of old wine presses of the 13th century. nine0007

For gourmets, it will be interesting to look for truffles in Perigord and try their special taste in one of the Perigord restaurants, well, or in Paris. In addition, many local fruits ripen in September.

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September is a very comfortable month for traveling in France.

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You can see the water temperature of on French beaches here…

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Windvane failure for Golden Globe leader >> Scuttlebutt Sailing News

Published on January 27th, 2023

(January 27, 2023) – At 1815 UTC today, 1200 miles Northwest of Cape Horn, Simon Curwen (GBR) contacted the Golden Globe Race administrators to advise of the total failure of his Hydrovane steering gear. He had weathered the worst of a deep depression in 40 knots and 6-metre sea when the boat surged off a wave coming on the port side of his Biscay 36 Clara.

He was not towing a drogue but was sailing comfortably on course at the time. This action appears to have sheared a shaft on the topside of the vane body connecting the wind sensor which appears irreplaceable. Curwn did not take a spare on board to save weight and cannot replace the broken part with original components.

He is continuing under storm jib and lashed tiller while he decides on a course of action. He is okay, the boat has no other damage, and he requires no assistance. The weather conditions are improving with the wind moderating into high 20s after the passage of a front at 0000 UTC and the sea is decreasing steadily.

Curwen is still racing and weighing his options, but it is clear that he cannot race well without a wind vane. It is a major blow having held the lead from the start. The weather in the area looks like mild for the week ahead and the resourceful sailor can find ways to progress towards Cape Horn.

However, an at sea repair looks unlikely and stopping for spares to continue in Chichester class may be the only option as he is a long way from Les Sables d’Olonne in France, the finish line of the 2022 GGR. This opens new opportunities for Abhilash Tomy and Kirsten Neuschäfer, currently 50 miles apart, 1200 miles west of Simon who now have a chance to chase the current leader Simon.

Update on January 30, 2023: Curwen has officially declared CHICHESTER CLASS and is heading up the coast to a port of refuge for repairs and then intends to rejoin the GGR once complete.

Event details – Entry list – Tracker – Facebook

Credit for helping with rescue of Tapio Lehtinen:
• Kirsten Neuschäfer: 35 hours + 30 litres of fuel
• Abhilash Tomy: 12hrs

2022 GGR Class:
Abhilash Tomy (43) / India / Rustler 36
Ertan Beskardes (60) / UK / Rustler 36
Ian Herbert Jones (52) / UK / Tradewind 35
Kirsten Neuschäfer (39) / South Africa / Cape George 36
Michael Guggenberger (44) / Austria / Biscay 36
Simon Curwen (63) / UK / Biscay 36

2022 GGR Chichester Class:*
Guy Waites (54) / UK / Tradewind 35 (stopped in Cape Town to clean/paint hull)
Jeremy Bagshaw (59) / South Africa / OE32 (stopped in Hobart to clean hull)

* Competitors shift to this class by making one stop.

Edward Walentynowicz (68) / Canada / Rustler 36 (dropped out, Sept. 8)
Guy deBoer (66) / USA / Tashiba 36 (ran aground, Sept. 16)
Mark Sinclair (63) / Australia / Lello 34 (retired in Lanzarote, Sept. 22)
Pat Lawless (66) / Ireland / Saga 36 (retired in Cape Town, Nov. 9)
Damien Guillou (39) / France / Rustler 36 (retired in Cape Town, Nov. 14)
Tapio Lehtinen (64) / Finland / Gaia 36 Masthead sloop (sank off Cape Town, Nov. 18)
Arnaud Gaist (50) / France / BARBICAN 33 MKII-long keel version (retired near Saint Helena, Dec. 9)
Elliott Smith (27) / USA / Gale Force 34 (retired, Dec. 20)

About the 2022 Golden Globe Race
On September 4, 2022, the third edition of the Golden Globe Race started from Les Sables d’Olonne, France. Sixteen skippers will face eight months of isolation sailing 30,000 miles before finishing in Les Sables d’Olonne. Along the route there are several marks of the course and media requirements.

In 1968, while man was preparing to take his first steps on the moon, a mild mannered and modest young man was setting out on his own record breaking voyage of discovery. He had entered the original Golden Globe. Nine men started that first solo non-stop sailing race around the World. Only one finished. He was 29 year old Sir Robin Knox Johnston. History was made. Navigating only with a sextant, paper charts and an accurate and reliable time piece, Sir Robin navigated around the world.

In 2018, to celebrate 50 years since that first record breaking achievement, the Golden Globe Race was resurrected. It instantly gained traction with adventurers, captivated by the spirit and opportunity. Eighteen started with five finishers.

To embrace the original race, competitors must sail in production boats between 32 and 36 feet overall and designed prior to 1988 that have a full-length keel with rudder attached to their trailing edge. Additionally, sailors have limited communication equipment and can use only sextants, paper charts, wind up clocks, and cassette tapes for music.

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Weather in canaries in september: Canary Islands weather in September 2023: How hot?

Опубликовано: April 5, 2023 в 2:25 pm


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September is an ideal month to visit La Palma. Although the island is never as busy as it’s Canary Island neighbours, the resorts and hotels are noticeably quieter. The day and nighttime temperatures remain very warm. We’ve looked at the most up-to-date weather data for La Palma, 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 La Palma weather in September.

How warm is it in La Palma during September?

The temperature is extremely stable in September with average highs of 27℃ and lows just 4℃ lower at 23℃. 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 La Palma during September?

September is typically the wettest month in La Palma. On average, there will be 2 rainy days during the month, amounting to 59.6mm in total. That’s broadly comparable with the amount of rain we see in England during the summer months, and would be considered dry. There’s a small chance that you’ll catch a thunderstorm during your trip.

How warm is the sea in La Palma during September?

The water temperature around La Palma reaches a pleasant 24℃ during September. While generally considered warm, some people might find it a little on the cool side on entering the water. The hot air temperature will mean that you will feel comfortably warm when coming out of the water.

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Most people have already finished their holidays, and the resorts are not so crowded, and the cost of tours has decreased significantly. In hot countries, the temperature has decreased slightly, and the rest has become more comfortable. The coming velvet season is a great time for a beach holiday. As at other times, resorts in Turkey are the most popular, and in the most popular Antalya, the weather is beautiful, not too hot. There is also no sweltering heat in Egypt or Israel, and you can have a great rest at the Red Sea resorts. For those who want to combine relaxation with a thalassotherapy course, we can recommend a holiday in Tunisia. nine0003

The south of Europe in September is characterized by wonderful weather, warm and sunny. The beaches of Spain, Italy, Greece, Croatia, Montenegro, Bulgaria and France offer high quality holidays. It is especially good at this time on the islands – the Canaries, Ibiza, Mallorca, Cyprus, Sicily, Crete, Malta and others. Oman is a country with a subtropical climate, so it is hot in September, there is practically no rain. September is the start of the season in Jordan, when mild heat replaces the summer heat.

Although many distant resorts are still poorly suited for recreation, lovers of the exotic can recommend a holiday on the islands of Bali or Mauritius. If you want to visit other distant countries, it is better to postpone your vacation for a month or two. nine0003

September is a great time for excursions in Europe, warm but not hot, the weather makes for a wonderful holiday!

In Italy, Spain, Greece, Croatia and France it is possible to combine a beach holiday with educational excursions. You can also visit the Czech Republic, Germany, Austria, Great Britain and other countries where you will get acquainted with local attractions.

If you want to go on vacation in the near future, we advise you to hurry with the purchase of the tour, because at the last moment all the places in the selected hotel may be occupied. We also recommend that you familiarize yourself with other offers on our website. nine0003


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Oles, good afternoon
While the impressions are fresh, I will write a review, suddenly it will come in handy for someone, well, you will have feedback from tourists)))
Marmaris itself is of course beautiful, just a wonderful town, now it is definitely on our list of holiday destinations. We will definitely go there with our elders. Thank you for the recommendation, it’s good that we went there.
First the pros:
The staff is unrealistically friendly and responsive, this is definitely not the case in all hotels. They always go to a meeting, all issues are immediately resolved. The room was extended without any problems until departure, there was no payment. Regarding the replacement of the room, they also went to a meeting without any questions (in the end, we did not change, they offered the same thing, only on other floors). Cleaning in the room is normal, for a tip she changed the bed and towels for us every day, although I said that it was not necessary. But she tried really hard. She even spun swans.
The kitchen is good, just a lot, everything is delicious. It was impossible to try everything. What happened on the first day of our stay is a mystery to me. In fact, breakfast was a runny omelet and sausages in hot sauce that no one could eat. Cereal, cheese and nutella. Everybody! Lunch was about the same. This of course shocked me. As I provided, that this will be the whole rest! Plus broken shower, lack of ventilation in the room and a small dirty beach. I don’t know… Maybe their director was ill these days???????? a day later everything was strangely different, the restaurant became normal, the shower and ventilation worked more or less.
Well, in principle, I wrote the cons.
The beach is dirty. And so it remained. I myself collected cigarette butts and bits around our sunbed so that Sanya could play in the sand, but he still didn’t, but he would dig up some kind of crap.

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What is the weather like in tenerife in september: Weather on the island of Tenerife in september 2023

Опубликовано: April 4, 2023 в 10:45 am


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Weather Forecast for Tenerife from 29 August to 4 September |

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It was a very hot and sunny week across Tenerife, although yet another calima meant parts seemed more hazy than sunny. We spent the weekend on El Hierro which usually escapes the worst of the summer heat, but even there calima was noticeable with hot and sticky weather and hazy skies.

Weather Forecast for Tenerife 29 August to 4 September
A calima means another blisteringly hot start to the week with temperatures possibly reaching 34C. A yellow level weather alert covers the south, south west and east but not the north where temperatures should be around the 29C mark. From Wednesday things settle down with temperatures only varying by a degree or two on all coasts. There might be some showers during the second half of the week but these are likely to be in the hills and probably at night or early morning.

Weather in South Tenerife – It should be mainly a sunny week with some light cloud over the weekend. Apart from a yellow level weather alert at the start of the week with temperatures of 34C possible, temperatures should stick around 25/26C all week. There’s an outside chance of a shower or two over the weekend (5-15%), more than likely in the hills.

Weather in North Tenerife – It should be a week where there’s a mix of sun and light cloud most days with a 10 to 35% chance of showers during the second half of the week. Apart from a hot start to the week (29C), temperatures should stick around 24/25C from Wednesday onwards.

Weather in East Tenerife – After a mainly sunny start to the week, it should be a mix of sun and cloud in Santa Cruz and the east with a 5 to 50% possibility of light rain from Wednesday evening. A yellow level weather alert also affects the east at the start of the week but from Wednesday temperatures should stay around 23/24C.

Weather in South West Tenerife – The forecast for the south west mirrors that for the south.

Weather in the Mount Teide Crater – It should be mainly sunny in Teide National Park but there could be cloudy spells during Tuesday and on Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoon with the possibility of showers on Sunday evening. It’s a similar outlook for the summit of Mount Teide, except with fewer clouds on Friday and Saturday afternoons. Temperatures should hover between 13 and 20C in the crater and 6 and 11C on the peak of Mount Teide.

The Tenerife Weather This Time in 2015
So what happened this time last year? ‘… Some parts of Tenerife mainly enjoyed a blisteringly hot and sunny week, whilst others experienced some cloudy periods with their sunshine. The north and east probably had the most sunshine.’

Pic: Hopefully September will see the end of summer calimas for a while replaced by, the clear, sharp visibility we associate with the month.

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