The hottest places in January tend to be long haul destinations such as Cancun (30 °C ) and Barbados (29 °C), but a little closer to home, destinations like Tenerife and Lanzarote still have warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine
1. Singapore (30.5 °C)
2. Cancun (30.5 °C)
3. Manaus (30 °C)
4. Barbados (29.1 °C)
5. Rio de Janeiro (29 °C)
6. Sydney (27.4 °C)
7. Cape Town (27 °C)
8. Cape Verde (25.2 °C)
9. Tenerife (21.1 °C)
10. Playa Blanca (20.5 °C)
Escape the winter blues and head to somewhere warm and sunny in February with our list of destinations.
If you are desperate for a break and some hot weather, then check out our guide detailing where is hot in March.
If you're tired of the 'April showers', April can be a great month to get away for some early summer sunshine.
If you have travels planned soon, you'll find the month of May is a popular one to get away before the summer break. There are several destinations to enjoy the wall to wall sunshine you can expect at this time of the year.
Las Vegas (31.4°C)
Dominican Republic (31.0°C)
Barbados (30.7 °C)
June is the start of the classic summer holiday break with temperatures beginning to warm up in the UK. But if you're after some sunshine further afield, we've got a countdown of the warmest destinations to visit in June.
July is one of the most popular times of year to get away, and you wont have to go too far away for guaranteed sun.
You will be spoilt for choice when looking for warmth during August, so here is a selection of some of the top destinations.
September marks the end of the typical summer holiday season, but the ninth month of the year can prove to be a spectacular time to delve into a variety of destinations where the temperature is still very warm.
As summer comes to a close across much of Europe and temperatures begin to fall there are still some short and long haul destinations available for you to get your sunshine fix. Find out where is hot in October here.
It is always hot and sunny somewhere in the world and November proves to be no exception with plenty of destinations offering hours of winter sunshine and warm temperatures.
1. Bangkok (33.1 °C)
2. Singapore (31.3 °C)
3. Dominican Republic (30.5 °C)
4. Barbados (30.3 °C)
5. Orlando (29.1 °C)
6. Cape Verde (28.3 °C)
7. Brisbane (26.6 °C)
8. Tenerife (24.3 °C)
9. Fuerteventura (24.2 °C)
10. Madeira (21.7 °C)
December is a popular month to get away to find winter sun, we look at some warm places to visit across the globe.
All weather temperature are average guides and taken from Met Office UK Website https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/
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Panama City Beach, Florida offers 27 miles of stunning white sand and turquoise waters along the Gulf of Mexico and has an average year-round temperature of 23 degrees Celsius and an average of 320 days of sunshine annually.
Fun in the sun for all of the family is a guarantee in Panama City Beach; with great attractions, top-notch restaurants, beach activities, amazing accommodation and world-class events, you'll never forget your Panama City Beach holiday.
Panama City Beach offers a wide range of accommodation options for every budget, suiting all types of travellers, from family groups to couples and singles.
Getting to Panama City Beach is now a breeze, thanks to the new Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP), serviced by Delta Airlines located just 10 minutes away from the famous sugar-white sandy beaches.
1. Stroll on the super white sand beaches and enjoy the crystal-clear waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
2. Take a morning dolphin cruise on a 50-foot catamaran to Shell Island and spend the afternoon snorkelling, swimming and relaxing.
3. Panama City Beach offer a wide range of beach activities including paddle boarding, snorkelling, diving and jet skis.
4. Shop the boutiques at Pier Park and ride the Panama City Beach Skywheel for Birdseye views of the coastline and incredible sunsets.
5. Make a splash at Shipwreck Island Water Park on its Pirates Plunge attraction or the 65-foot Tree Drop and then relax and take in the sunshine on the Lazy River.
6. Dive for treasure in the “Wreck Diving Capital of the South” and explore the local shipwrecks and artificial reefs.
7. Visit Heron Pond Nature Trail at St. Andrews State Park to birdwatch for snowy egrets, great egrets, blue herons and little blue herons and spot white-tailed deer or the occasional alligator.
8. Attend a world-class festival – from jazz to country music, Panama City Beach boasts a year-round calendar of events of festivals for you to enjoy.
9. Enjoy a sugary treat at Thomas Donut & Snack Shop; locally owned and operated since 1971, it’s a local’s favourite!
10. End each day watching the sun set over the Gulf of Mexico – preferably on a beach… with a cocktail!
Our picks for the most popular gay holiday destinations feature hip cities and off-the-beaten-track hotspots that combine art, culture, and happening gay nightlife with sunshine and unspoilt beaches to make for an unforgettable trip from my partners at Expedia.
In bustling, architecturally stunning Barcelona you can take in the city on foot with a stroll through the winding, bar-lined streets of the hip Gothic Quarter and vibrant Raval or don your glad rags and join the locals for a promenade down the iconic Las Ramblas boulevard, which links the city to the beach. Alternatively, float above the city in a cable car before enjoying a heady night of clubbing in one of the city’s many gay-friendly venues.
In sexy, tropical Rio De Jan Janeiro one of the world’s top tourist destinations, you can hang out with the beautiful people on the world-famous Copacabana or Ipanema beaches, dance the night away in a steamy samba bar, or party with the local revellers at the annual Carnival. And be sure to make room in your itinerary for the unmissable cable car ride over the city to Sugarloaf Mountain.
Gran Canaria, meanwhile, offers visitors uncomplicated pleasures in the form of sun-drenched beaches, wallet-friendly restaurants, fun-focussed resorts and a host of welcoming gay clubs and bars.
Benidorm is another great destination for sun-worshippers in search of a gay-friendly holiday destination, and offers a range of water sports, beachside promenades, and theme parks, as well as a huge collection of bars, restaurants, and clubs. Although the town is firmly focussed on laid-back holiday fun, you can escape the bustle with a trip to stunning Algar Waterfall, where you can scale rugged slopes and dangle your toes in crystal-clear freshwater pools. If style and elegance are your top priority, though, it’s hard to beat hip Sitges, a refined coastal town located 45 minutes’ drive south of Barcelona which has enthusiastically embraced its identity as a gay-friendly destination. As well as 4 km of sparkling beaches, including 13 which have Blue Flag status, this friendly, walkable town offers a broad range of gay-friendly hotels and guesthouses, as well as a host of welcoming bars and clubs. But before you finalise your booking, be sure to check out our guide to the best gay-friendly beach destinations, as well as our picks of the top gay city breaks.
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