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5 Trending Destinations to Visit this Summer

Wanting to try out a different destination this summer? We’ve got you covered, from the breath-taking city of Oia to the peaks of Madeira, we’ve gathered together some of the trending hidden gems that will satisfy your travel desires for Summer 2022. 

Dubrovnik, Croatia

Travel time from the UK: around 2.5 hours 

Temperature: in the Summer, temperatures can reach 30°C.  

Time difference: + 1 hour 

As seen on Game of Thrones, this historic city offers culture, history, and beauty all in one. From walking along the city walls, visiting the old town and immersing in the exquisite local food, this destination is one to add to your bucket list. Go in September to avoid the crowds and take that picturesque photo to liven up your Instagram. Start your visit in the best way by going on the cable car that takes you to the peak of Dubrovnik for the most breath-taking, panoramic view of the Adriatic beauty that is Croatia. 

Oia, Santorini

Travel time from the UK: around 4 hours 

Temperature: average of around 29°C. in the Summer months  

Time difference: + 2 hours 

Delve into one of Greece’s most popular islands, home to the famous white and blue topped buildings, beautiful sunsets, and magnificent beaches: Oia. Be sure to visit Harbour of Ammoudi; it is situated directly beneath the hamlet of Oia, a little fishing harbour with a few seafood restaurants along the water’s edge – a beautiful spot to catch the sunset. The island of Santorini is home to ancient churches, romantic photo spots and Fira (Santorini’s capital) which will give you the chance to shop for Greek fashion and local cuisine. 

Funchal, Madeira

Travel time from the UK: around 4 hours 

Temperature: ranges around 25°C. in the Summer months  

Time difference: same as UK 

Known as the Hawaii of Europe, Madeira is a once in a lifetime holiday you must try. This ‘Jurassic Park’ themed country just off Morocco holds the most spectacular hikes, wine, and swimming spots. Visit one of Europe’s best destinations, the Monte Palace Tropical Garden. Accessed by cable car, this hidden gem is home to exotic flowers and trees, sculptures, and a mineral museum. If you’re a lover of walks, hike to the top of Pico Ruivo – the highest point of Madeira to feel on top of the clouds, literally. 

Jandía, Fuerteventura

Travel time from the UK: around 4.5 hours 

Temperature: can climb to 31°C in August  

Time difference: same as UK 

Jandía is a peninsula in the canary island of Fuerteventura and is known for its crystal-clear water, white sand, and famous beach Risco del Paso, which at high tide produces an alluring lagoon. If you’re looking for a break away to relax, this destination is your ideal place with amazing restaurants, bars, and beaches, Jandía is the perfect summer getaway. If you’re wanting a little more adventure, take the ferry to Lanzarote for the day to samples some wine and see the famous volcanic tunnel – Tunel de Atlantida (Tunnel of Atlantis). 

Milan, Italy

Travel time from the UK: around 2 hours 

Temperature: around 30°C in summer  

Time difference: + 1 hour 

Milan, a fashion-lovers go-to city break, encompasses the best trends in fashion, beautiful cathedrals and is one of the most visited cities in Italy. Did you know Milan is the fashion capital of the world? Take a visit to Via Della Spiga for the most unique high-end boutiques. If you’re wanting to further explore the area, a day trip to Lake Como, famous for its spectacular scenery, will be a trip you will never forget. 


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