Summer holidays look very unlikely to be going ahead this year as the UK remains under stringent lockdown. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has also advised against all but essential travel “indefinitely”, which means jumping on a plane anytime soon is not on the cards. But as coronavirus cases decrease across the UK, and other countries like Spain begin to slowly lift their lockdown restrictions there is hope that Britons may be able to go abroad in the winter.
Surprisingly, Winter is actually the coolest time of year in Mexico yet temperatures still remain well above UK averages.
The Caribbean coastline is sunny with temperatures hitting 30C (86F) most days.
Cancun is a great destination for those looking for a city break with vibrant bars and nightclubs with the opportunity to explore ancient Mayan sites.
Similar to the Canary Islands, Cape Verde is a cluster of volcanic islands just west of Africa but with warmer temperatures.
In the midwinter, the temperatures can range from 21C (69.8F) to 26C (78.8F).
The warmer weather does mean that the islands are a little further away than the Canary Islands – a six-hour flight instead of four.
But once you’re there, you can spend your time relaxing on white, sandy beaches or hiking in the mountains.
Just out of Europe is the mystical land of Morocco which is home to the enticing city of Marrakech.
Despite being outside of Europe, flights are relatively short and cost very little in the Winter.
Your stay is guaranteed to be sun-soaked and rich with culture as the city’s labyrinthine souks offer the weary traveller all the souvenirs you could possibly want.
Published at Sun, 26 Apr 2020 14:27:00 +0000