Winter Sun Holidays | Holidays to the top sun destinations in the Winter

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WINTER SUN HOLIDAYS

 

Thinking of spending some time during the winter somewhere warm? If you are, then there's not much time left, so you better get booking! Where’s the best place to holiday in winter? Where are the best winter sun destinations to go to, when the Irish weather has gone down the drain and the sun has taken its own holiday?

Well, that's for you to decide; however we've got the most popular holiday destinations for you to choose from. Our travel agents are experts in the creating specialised holidays and can help you customise your holiday to suit your needs. In addition to this, if you've got any kind of questions about any package holidays, our travel agents are more than happy to answer and help you with your needs.

 

WINTER SUN DESTINATIONS

 

Mauritius

Mauritius is a gem in the crown that is the waters of the Indian Ocean. The best times to go to Mauritius are during the early winter months, such as November and December, when it's not too hot, with the weather averaging around 25-28ºC in the day and normally 17-19ºC at night. If you're looking for someplace warm and relaxing during the winter, Mauritius is one of the top choices.

 

Dominican Republic

Want to take off to somewhere that you can brag to your friends about? Well, the Dominican Republic is that place. The beautiful beaches and shimmering waters that first attract people to the Dominican Republic, mostly the stunning Punta Cana, will have you wanting to come back for more. Winter sun holidays in the Dominican Republic will have everything you need - with its perfect beaches, incredible history and amazing hotels, it's one of the best decisions you can make for a winter holiday.

 

Mexico

Cancun in Mexico is a an amazing place, with lots of hotels and flights, which really helps when it comes to having an amazing choice of dates to fly out and stay. You'll still feel the heat in Mexico during the winter, making it a good time to visit Mexico’s beaches – it’s sunny and warm year-round on both of Mexico's coasts, meaning that even if you didn't want to go to CancunMexico will still have you spoilt for choice. Even in winter it’s rare for the temperature to drop below 20ºC.

 

Maldives

During the winter is probably the best time to go to the Maldives; The winters are great, having sunny weather, and a relaxing feeling, making winter sun holidays there as close to perfection as you can get. The winter could be the best place to visit the Maldives; after all, us Irish people can't deal with anything too hot, and winter in the Maldives would offer the perfect temperature.

 

Canary Islands

In the Canaries, the winter doesn't actually feel like winter; or at least, it doesn't feel like the winter us Irish people are used to. While Ireland seems to stay cold throughout the year, the Canary Islands are famous for their warm winters as well as even hotter summers. Popular Islands such as Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Tenerife and Fuerteventura all have beaches that are just as stunning in the winter as they are in the summer. So if you're looking to get a tan during the winter, the Canary Islands are the perfect spot. And wit only a 4 hour flight, it's the closest destination to fly to to see some sun during the winter.

 

Thailand

Thailand has always been described as the stuff of dreams from anyone who has ever holidayed there. As fantastic as the country is during the summer, during the winter months it becomes extraordinary. While still hot compared to Ireland, it's not unbearably so, and it's less crowded compared to the typical tourist season, meaning you can take your time and still take in all the sights. There's also the Thrang Islands just off Thailand's coast, offering sun drenched palm trees and amazing beaches.

 

Las Vegas

If you're not someone who wants to spend hours on end at the beach but still want to be somewhere warm and sunny, why not look more towards the nightlife and check out Las Vegas? After all, it's one of the most exciting places you could ever go to. While it is mainly known for its nightlife - which is why it got the nickname Sin City - there are plenty of other things to do during the day if you want to relax, such as spas, massages and shopping trips.

 

Orlando

Set in beautiful FloridaOrlando is the American home to Disneyland, meaning that if you're planning a winter holiday for the family, Orlando is the first place that should come to mind. With lots of entertainment for everyone in the family, and temperatures still a lot higher than it would be in Ireland, this is the place for your winter sun family holiday.

 

Western Australia

Western Australia might feel like a lifetime away on a plane, but at the end of the flight lies some of the most breathtaking beauty on the planet. With it's amazing scenery and many native species - a lot of which are surprisingly cute - Western Australia might just be one of the best places you can go for a winter sun holiday. The sun shines all year round, and the native kangaroos aren't going anywhere, so anytime is a great time to have a holiday in Western Australia.

 

South Africa

Would you find it surprising to know that Ireland and South Africa share the same time zone? The good news is that you're not going to feel any jet lag when you're getting some winter sun. The bad news? Well, with us, there is no bad news when it comes to your winter sun holiday. Beautiful scenery, amazing locals, sizzling sun and some fantastic food mean that your winter sun holiday in South Africa is shaping up to be one you'll never forget.

 

Browse through our handpicked winter sun package holidays and book online or call our travel agents.

 

Thinking of a particular destination for your winter holiday but not see it below? Contact our travel agents and they will be happy to help you with pricing and booking your holiday.


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