In September, where is it hot? THESE ARE THE TOP SEVEN PLACES THAT ARE NOT ON THE RED LIST.
SUMMER is coming to an end at the end of this month, so if you haven’t been on vacation yet, you might be considering a September vacation. Here are the top 7 hot weather destinations in September.
This summer, beachy, hot vacations weren’t doable for everyone, with the traffic light system making travel uncertain and the costs of coronavirus tests discouraging individuals from planning a trip abroad. If you skipped out on a summer vacation, you might be tempted to relax in the sun somewhere warm next month, but where is hot in September? According to the Met Office, Travel Supermarket, Thomas Cook, and TUI, these are the top 7 hottest destinations in September.
The Canary Islands are currently on the Amber list, with Fuerteventura being the second largest.
The island is a popular European vacation spot off Africa’s west coast, yet it is part of Spain.
The average daily maximum temperature will be 27.5 degrees Celsius, while humidity levels will be at an uncomfortably high 71 percent.
There is, however, a constant coastal breeze to keep you cool as you lie on the beach, and there is very little chance of rain.
Although France is now on the Amber list, you can still visit if you take the necessary precautions.
If you want to enjoy the beautiful weather without the crowds of the summer holidays, September is a perfect time to visit Nice.
Expect average daily temperatures of 22°C with lows of 18°C, with a few light showers possible.
Don’t worry, the sea is warm enough to swim in, and it’s still warm enough to wear your favorite summer clothes while wandering through the city and taking advantage of the city’s 12 hours of sunshine every day.
Act now if you’ve been itching to visit the City of Love but don’t want to wait until it’s snowing!
Paris is a great destination to visit in September because, despite the dip in temperature to 20.8°C, it is still bright and pleasant enough to sightsee without becoming too hot.
Because it’s much more likely to rain in Paris in July and August than it is in September, you won’t need your brollie on this trip.
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