With spring just around the corner, and the long wait with anticipated breath for the good old British summer, why not book a little pick-me-up break in the sun? Go on, you deserve it! Have we got you wanting more? Let’s take a look at where is hot in March.
Located in the Atlantic Ocean Madeira is a top destination for a spring break. The whole island is one huge colourful display of flowers and foliage, in fact, Madeira is known worldwide for its spectacular flower festival that takes place each year in the month of April.
Funchal is the bustling capital of Madeira and offers you a great mix of traditional and new, however if you prefer a slower pace of life, or if you enjoy walking, you’ll find plenty of small picturesque villages and walking tours.
Most of the tourist destinations in Greece usually open their doors around mid-April, however, this year with the Easter bunny arriving early, you can visit Rhodes in March, great news for travellers looking for a Greek getaway. Although the temperatures may not be as hot as other destinations, it could be the perfect time to grab a rock bottom bargain and to do a spot of sightseeing.
Rhodes Town is one of our favourite places to visit as its medieval town is packed with history. We also love Lindos, with its pristine beaches and not forgetting the acropolis, perched high above the town.
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Cape Verde is known as the African Caribbean and with endless sandy beaches and top surf, it’s certainly a hit with us. Okay, Cape Verde isn’t packed with street after street of touristy type bars and restaurants, but it if you are looking for a quite get away from it all break with some warm hospitality thrown in and some pretty decent year-round warm weather, then, Cape Verde is the destination for you.
If you are looking to travel further afield, March is a great time to head to Goa. If you prefer a slower pace of life, head to South Goa where you can find some top luxurious hotels, or if you like to be right in the thick of the action in a busy resort, we would recommend a stay in North Goa.
Take time to enjoy some culture, mixed in with history, lush beaches, vibrant nightlife and some busy markets. Don’t forget to take a spare suitcase with you to fill up on all those bargain buys.
If you love Mexico, but don’t want to travel in its peak season Spring Break, then why not try Jamaica as a fantastic alternative? You will certainly receive a warm welcome in Jamaica along with some warm sunshine and reggae. A visit to Dunn’s River Falls is a must for your bucket list, as is a visit to the famous Rick’s Café.
Jamaica certainly has the right to brag about its white sandy beaches, in fact, Jamaica is a truly unforgettable destination.
Where will March take you?