8 Top Winter Sun Spots To Visit In February

In reality, the Canary Islands serve as a warm-weather escape zone every month, and February is no exception. Even if February "only" brings temperatures in the low twenties Celsius, this is an excellent time for the UK to shiver at a far lower temperature.


Florida's most party-centric city seldom needs an excuse to stay up late, and the bars and restaurants of South Beach will be bustling if you visit in February.


Continental Europe does not have many hotspots in February, at least on the continental mainland, but Spain's most southern province is a good option. Head there around the end of February, when temperatures can reach 20 degrees Celsius.


St Lucia is one of the Caribbean's most sought-after locations, and for good reason. Its west coast boasts some of the world's most beautiful beaches, including the golden strip of Anse Chastanet

Saint Lucia

St. Kitts and Nevis form a Caribbean "Little and Large" act. The larger island boasts an intriguing south-coast capital, Basseterre, and a beach crescent on its southern edge known as Turtle Beach.

Saint Kitts & Nevis

There is no denying that America's mid-Pacific archipelago demands a lengthy voyage from the United Kingdom, as well as an 11-hour slug of jetlag upon arrival.


Oman is the calmer relative of the Arabian Peninsula, lacking the grandiosity of Dubai and Abu Dhabi. However, it should not be dismissed as a potential for winter sun.


Four hours of south-westerly flying will get you from the UK to the beaches of Tenerife or Gran Canaria. However, if you extend two hours to your flight, you'll arrive on the sunny sands of Cape Verde.


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