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It’s time to set your sights on Winter 18/19! Luckily, we’re here to help with some bright ideas to warm you right up. You can swap chilly, wet weather for sparkling horizons and brilliant blue skies in our winter sun classics across Spain, Portugal, the Canaries and more. Whether you fancy kicking back on sun-sparkled shores, savouring the local eats or getting out and about, we’ve got you covered.

Best of all, you can book today for just £60pp deposit and you can spread the cost with our Part Payment Scheme – there’s no better time to get your trip all wrapped up! All you have to do now is choose where to make next winter wonderful...

Average Winter Temperatures

We’ve totalled up the average high temperatures for our winter destinations. Now you can see at-a-glance the warm weather you’ll have to look forward to.

  • Tenerife23°C
  • Fuerteventura 22°C
  • Gran Canaria22°C
  • Lanzarote22°C
  • Madeira21°C
  • Costa del Sol18°C
  • Costa Blanca17°C
  • The Algarve17°C
  • Majorca17°C
  • Cyprus15°C
  • Edinburgh7°C
  • Stansted7°C
  • Manchester7°C
  • Belfast7°C
  • Glasgow 6°C
  • Birmingham7°C
  • Newcastle 6°C
  • East Mids6°C
  • Leeds5°C

Time for sunshine

Our winter destinations notch up far more sunshine hours than back in Britain. Look forward to 8 hours of blissful sunshine in Majorca and Tenerife – that’s four times the amount you can expect in Glasgow and Newcastle.

Winter festivals

From the 10th-16th November, Benidorm’s annual Fiesta sees the city alive with colour. A real Brit-favourite, you can expect live bands, DJs, and even a fancy dress parade! If you’re in the Costa del Sol during the festive season, Malaga is the place to be! On the 28th December, Verdiales Music Festival offers music, dancing and fun for the whole family in a tradition that spans back centuries.

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