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Hottest place in europe in october: Where is it hot in October to holiday? Best october destinations in Europe

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France had hottest October ever: national weather agency

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October 2022 is set to be the hottest month of October in France since records started in 1900, national weather agency Meteo-France said in a statement Tuesday.  


With an average temperature close to or even just above 17 degrees Celsius (63 Fahrenheit) – three to four degrees above normal levels – last month was far warmer than the previous record in October 2001, when temperatures averaged 16.3C.

The second half of the month saw an exceptionally long and intense period of unseasonably high temperatures, with the southwestern city of Bordeaux registering on Oct. 16 the latest 30C since records started.

Meteo-France said that due to climate change, periods of unusual heat late or early in the year were set to become more frequent.

Beach resorts across Europe have extended their season as the unseasonable warmth kept tourists coming to the seaside.


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Whether you’re taking the family away for an October half-term holiday, or you just fancy a bit of sunshine as the weather in the UK gets colder, we’ve rounded up the best holiday destinations in Europe. Read on to find out about six of the hottest getaways for October.

If you’re planning an Autumn getaway from the UK, make sure you are up to date with all the latest entry requirements for your destination. The UK Government website has the full guidance for each destination.


The average temperature in October in Rome is a pleasant 18 degrees. It can rain occasionally, but there’s plenty to do indoors in Rome, such as visiting the Vatican or holing up in a lovely trattoria.

The Italian capital is a historic and romantic destination at any time of year, but Rome is a particularly atmospheric early Autumn holiday. As of August 31, 2021, the Italian Government no longer requires fully vaccinated Brits to quarantine on arrival in Italy. 

According to, flights from London to Rome in October are an average of £100.

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WHERE can Brits escape for some Autumn sun in October? (Image: Getty)

What are the 6 best destinations for an October holiday in Europe? (Image: Getty)


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Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria’s average temperature for October sits at a very comfortable 23 degrees. Rainfall is rare, and you’ll see around seven hours of sun per day.

The third-largest canary island boasts beautiful beaches and relaxing resorts. Whether you’re here to sunbathe or to dance the night away, Gran Canaria has something for everyone. say the average cost for a flight from the UK to Gran Canaria is £209.

Make sure you check the entry requirements of your destination before travelling (Image: Getty)


The average temperature in Kos in October is 19 degrees, with highs of 22.

With 290 kilometres of coastline, there’s no shortage of beaches in Kos. Famous for its nightlife, you can find great spots for dancing and karaoke in Kardamena. If you fancy a more serene holiday, try Kos Town for harbourside candle-lit dinners.

Flights to Kos in October from the UK cost an average of £238.

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Enjoy an average temperature of 23 degrees in the Canary Island of Lanzarote.

Lanzarote is one of the original European beach break destinations. Favoured by holidaymakers since the 1970s, this island is ideal for watersports.

According to Skyscanner, you can fly from Doncaster to Lanzarote for as little as £28.


Barcelona’s average October temperature is a relaxed 18 degrees.

With tasty tapas, amazing architecture and an impressive beachfront, Barcelona has a lot to offer. For football fans, the Nou Camp football stadium is a must-see. lists the average price of a flight to Barcelona from the UK in October as £81.



    Gibraltar has an average daily temperature of 20 degrees, and highs of 23, throughout October.

    Gibraltar offers Brits the unique opportunity to enjoy all their home comforts, while leaving the British weather at home. Enjoy the sight of red post boxes and a number of fish and chip shops, while sunning yourself on a sandy beach.

    The average cost for a flight to Gibraltar from the UK in October is £115, according to Kayak.

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      Where to go in October in Russia and in the world, where is it better to relax?

      Rest in the “velvet season” is a great way not only to spend your vacation comfortably, swim in the still warm sea, but also save a lot and enjoy the local beauties without bumping into crowds of tourists. And despite the fact that the list of countries available for Russians to visit this year has been significantly reduced, we have prepared for you several options that will suit both lovers of beach holidays and connoisseurs of ancient architecture.

      Sochi and Adler

      Sochi is considered to be the “pearl” of the resorts of the Russian south. Almost all year round, you can surf here, swim in the rather warm Black Sea, and then go skiing in the mountains. Here everyone will feel the true Caucasian hospitality and high level of service. And if in Sochi you may not be satisfied with the cost (and the prices there are really quite high), you can visit Adler – the temperature regime is the same, the service has also been pleasing in recent years. The average water temperature until mid-October is +21°C, but closer to winter it will decrease.


      If you can’t live without all inclusive – Turkey in October is a great choice. There are not many tourists, the sun does not bake, and the cost of excursions is low. Of the minuses, one can note a rather early sunset – after six in the evening it becomes dark.

      Lovers of the warm sea should spend their holidays on the Mediterranean coast. Excellent weather can be expected in Alanya and Side: the sea warms up to +24°C. The average air temperature is +22-26°C. And while the weather is great for the vast majority of the time, remember that it’s fairly common for Turkey to experience short periods of rain towards the end of October.


      Rest in Egypt is always high quality service, warm sea and rich history. Also in Egypt, the best places for diving: only here on one square kilometer you can swim among the coral reefs and meet half of the red book. And all this for quite modest money.

      October is the perfect time to visit Egypt. The sun spares those who like to lie on a sun lounger: the air temperature in Egypt is in the range from + 31 ° C to + 37 ° C during the day, at night – from + 23 to 27 ° C. The maximum water temperature is +28°С.

      The best place for a beach holiday is Sharm El Sheikh. In addition to the cool beaches and the warm sea, you can also have a great time here by ordering a tour of the Nile. Back in October, you can participate in the Miracle of the Sun festival, which takes place twice a year in the Nubian desert, not far from the Abu Simbel temple.


      Another country where you can spend your autumn vacation is the United Arab Emirates. In just a couple of decades, this country has turned from a wild desert into a center of tourism in the Middle East and one of the most technologically advanced powers. Here you can ride a snowboard on the sand dunes, visit the largest amusement park, touch the world of contemporary art and even enjoy the exquisite taste of a rare variety of honey.

      As for the weather, in October the air temperature drops to +33°C, and the average water temperature is +31°C. The best beaches you will find in Ras Al Khaimah, Fujairah and Sharjah.


      October is a great month to visit Israel. Beautiful weather, delicious food, excellent service and national flavor. One minus – quite expensive vouchers, but it’s worth it. In Israel, you can relax on the Mediterranean, Red and Dead Seas. The air temperature in October fluctuates in the range of +27-32°C, water – +26°C.

      For lovers of a quiet holiday, we advise you to consider Ashkelon and Ashdod. Throughout Israel, the public transport system is well developed: you can easily move from one historical monument to another.

      Another great city for a beach holiday is Eilat. This is one of the most popular destinations in the country, delighting its guests with a variety of underwater flora and fauna.


      Tunisia is another resort with all inclusive. A great alternative for those who are tired of Turkey but love its convenience and buffet. October Tunisia is in a better position than other Mediterranean countries due to its territorial location. The air temperature does not drop below +25°C throughout the month. Rain is quite rare here. The most comfortable weather can be found on the island of Djerba. If you want to save some money, go to Sousse and Monastir.

      A beach holiday in Tunisia is cool, but even cooler is to visit its historical and natural places. In the summer, this is impossible due to the unbearable heat, but October is perfect for this. And be sure to go to the Sahara – tours in October are indecently cheap.


      Usually few people visit Asia in October, referring to the typical rainy season for this time of year. But it is not so. Showers go from early May to mid-November. Accordingly, closer to mid-October, the rains subside and there are more and more sunny days.

      At this time of the year you can visit Phuket, Krabi and Pattaya. You can expect really hot weather all day, except for a couple of hours of heavy rain. The water after the rain is warm – +29°C. The air temperature is about the same – + 29 ° C. But beware of jellyfish.


      A little better and as much more expensive than Thailand – it doesn’t storm, the temperature is more even, but still the location needs to be chosen wisely. The best options would be Phu Quoc, Mui Ne and Farang. It is best to come here at the end of the month – this will reduce the risk of encountering a typhoon. The sea temperature is the same as in Thailand – an average of +29°C During the endless lockdowns and quarantines, the locals have already missed the tourists, so go for it!


      And although it is quite cool on the Georgian beach in October, you should not deny yourself the pleasure of traveling to this beautiful country. Here you can visit the stunning mountains, enjoy the views of virgin nature, visit the ancient Orthodox churches that have survived more than one hundred years. Georgia is also a great place for those who want to improve their health – problems with the gastrointestinal tract, respiratory tract, etc. – all this will help you cure highly professional doctors in local sanatoriums.


      Visiting Armenia in October is a great opportunity to get to know the culture and traditions of this country. Yerevan celebrates City Day in mid-October. Harvest Day is also celebrated on a large scale this month – this is a wonderful, bright holiday, which, according to tradition, takes place with wide festivities and a feast. But it is better to leave the big city for this time and celebrate this holiday in some small village. Believe me, the locals will be happy to see you!

      Caucasian Mineralnye Vody

      Another place for those who care about their health. The CMS includes several regions in which the sanatorium and medical industry is well developed. Here you will find healing mud baths, mountain air and constant monitoring of your health. With sick kidneys, it is better to go to Essentuki, if you have problems with the musculoskeletal system, you should go to Pyatigorsk, and if you have heart problems, there is no better place than Kislovodsk.


      The capital is ready to welcome tourists from all over the country all year round. Autumn Arbat and VDNKh will captivate with their beauty, and rich architecture and many museums will amaze even the most experienced traveler. Also, do not forget about a large number of activities – dozens of concerts and theatrical performances, sporting events and performances by contemporary artists are held here daily. Everyone will find something to their liking.


      Autumn Sakhalin is a gorgeous place for those who have already seen almost everything. Delicious food, the freshest seafood, amazing nature and local color will surprise anyone. In order to visit all 87 islands of the archipelago, even a month is not enough, but you should definitely get to Tikhaya Bay – the views will amaze you. Extreme lovers can wander along the Devil’s and Witch’s bridges, and fans of the unknown can visit a place located near Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk called “Vestochka” and see the remnant (rock) of the Frog.

      And if you have already decided on the place of your October trip, then you can buy tickets and book a hotel on the Svyaznoy Travel website.

      Severe drought in China and Europe hits energy and the entire economy

      47% of Europe suffers from moisture deficit / AFP

      End of abundance

      that seemed endless is coming to an end,” French President Emmanuel Macron said on August 24 ahead of the first government meeting after the holidays. All these are the consequences of the pandemic, the conflict in Ukraine and global climate change, which have recently become especially noticeable, Macron explained.

      Europe is experiencing the worst drought in 500 years, according to the EU Joint Research Center for August. 47% of Europe suffers from moisture deficiency. Due to weather conditions, the production of hydroelectric power has decreased. The water level in the middle reaches of the Rhine last week fell to 30 cm, which significantly worsened navigation – and this made it difficult to transport coal for power plants and other energy resources. HPP production in Europe in July 2022 decreased year-on-year by 25% (to 28.9TWh), according to the research center Ember. The similar generation of nuclear power plants in the EU is by 23% (up to 43.8 TWh), says Kirill Rodionov, an expert at the Institute for the Development of Fuel and Energy Complex Technologies. At the same time, according to Ember, the growth in energy generation at solar and wind power plants in July this year compared to July last amounted to 9.28 TWh, which did not compensate for the decline in generation.

      EDO (the drought monitoring unit of the EU Joint Research Center) noted that rains in mid-August eased the situation a bit. But in some regions they were accompanied by thunderstorms, which caused additional damage. Warmer and drier than usual weather conditions are forecast to continue in Western Europe and the Mediterranean through November.

      The decline in energy production in the EU is systemic, says Alexander Frolov, deputy general director of the National Energy Institute. By the end of summer, the difference with the same period in 2021 may be 15 TWh. In addition to the obvious damage to hydroelectric power plants, Frolov notes, drought also leads to dangerous consequences for nuclear power plants. A case in point is France, which uses river water for cooling in its nuclear power plants. France is the EU’s largest exporter of electricity, and in difficult conditions it will focus on ensuring its own energy security. Thus, Frolov explains, a number of countries may be left without the help of Paris if the situation worsens.

      The energy crisis in Europe is progressing, among other things, because of the actions of Brussels itself, Alexander Pasechnik, head of the analytical department of the National Energy Security Fund, is sure, in particular, sanctions against Russia. Restrictive measures imposed against the supply of Russian energy resources lead to a deterioration in the EU economy and provoke social upheavals, adds Pasechnik. Russia, however, does not suffer fatal damage from this – the turn to the East is being forced, and the problems that have arisen due to sanctions are compensated by the high price of energy.

      Drought before the Congress

      Abnormally high temperatures also hit China. The Associated Press reported on August 21 that China is experiencing its hottest summer in 61 years. Due to the heat, one of the main water arteries of the country, the Yangtze River, dried up. This puts the province of Sichuan, through which the river flows, in a difficult position. The province gets more than 80% of its energy from hydroelectric power, The Guardian reported on August 22. On August 22, local authorities said that the water level in the reservoirs of the local Xiangjiaba hydroelectric power station had dropped by half. On the same day, Wuhan, a key observation point on the Yangtze, recorded a 6 m drop in water levels compared to the average for previous years.

      Power problems have affected not only Sichuan, where authorities are already implementing energy saving measures, but also downstream regions. The Guardian writes that Hubei province and the central city of Chongqing have already felt the consequences of the electricity shortage. Hydroelectric power plants gave China 15% of all electricity in 2021, The Washington Post (WP) noted on August 24. However, now that their efficiency has fallen due to drought, the Chinese government is forced to meet the growing demand for electricity, including through coal, which is beneficial to the relevant Chinese enterprises. The total share of coal-fired power plants in energy production in 2021 was 60%, adds WP.

      In China, NPP output in July 2022 fell by just 3% to 37 TWh compared to July 2021, more than seven times lower than in the EU, says Rodionov.

      The Chinese authorities, Pasechnik notes, are demonstrating a more rational approach to the energy crisis. The drop in hydropower generation will force Beijing to buy more hydrocarbons. There are indeed difficulties, especially in provinces where hydropower is the mainstay, the expert says. In heat waves, Chinese enterprises will spend more energy on cooling, which will support energy prices, Pasechnik concludes.

      Power shortages caused by drought are hitting Chinese electronics manufacturers in Sichuan province and other regions, said Vasily Kashin, director of the NRU VGE CCEMI. Because of this, China risks facing rising food and consumer inflation, as well as a slowdown in the economy. According to the expert, Beijing is already taking drastic measures to combat the drought. Kashin is confident that China will soon rebalance its energy sector and start importing more coal and gas. But, despite all the possible damage from the drought, China will not be in a catastrophic situation – as of today, Beijing can fend off all negative factors with state interventions.