Still seeking a bit of September sun? Well don’t pack the sun cream away just yet.
We’ve picked out some great September deals that will guarantee sunshine from the moment you slip into your swimming costume. Which one appeals to you most?
Think a holiday in Barbados is out of your price range? Well think again! St. Lawrence Gap in Barbados is the place to go for anyone wanting a lively break in truly picturesque surroundings. The nightlife here is not-to-be-missed – think open air clubs and top DJs, while there are also plenty of quality restaurants to choose from. Temperatures in September are still hitting a scorching 30˚C, making it a great time to visit.
If you fancy treating yourselves to a spot of luxury this month, it’s not too late. Dubai is one of the most lavish places on earth and is without a doubt one destination to add to your travel bucket list – and then to cross off! The hotel is set on the Palm Jumeirah Island – the world’s largest manmade island – and as well as being able to enjoy the sizzling September temperatures here, you’ll get the chance to relax in the spa, play a game of tennis or take a boat trip from the hotel’s very own private beach area.
For a beach holiday that’s sure to be a million miles away from your regular routine, it doesn’t get much better than Cape Verde. Located just off the coast of West Africa, the group of islands have everything you need for the ultimate relaxing getaway. Sal is the sunniest of the islands with very little rain at any time of year, so if you’d like to top up your tan on the exotic beaches as well as enjoying the nightlife, water sports and the traditional harbour, this is the place for you.
Waterslides alert! Oh yes, a real selling point for families with children, this hotel in the resort of Antalya comes with its very own waterslides. The beaches in the resort are also a highlight of any holiday here – there are over 400 miles of them! The area is pretty glamorous with designer shops and an impressive marina, mixed with more traditional bazaars and Ottoman architecture.
*All deals accurate at time of writing (15/09/2014).