Forget the summer vacations, the best time to travel is in September! We reveal which destinations are particularly worthwhile for a vacation only then – with sun and pleasant temperatures around 25 degrees. Which makes it the perfect place to enjoy 22Bet.
Summer can’t be long enough for you? Luckily, you’ll find great destinations in Europe and beyond where it’s still warm and sunny in September, while temperatures in Germany are already dropping steadily.
OUR LIST FOR YOU
Gallipoli in the Italian region of Puglia is the perfect starting point for island newbies: the old town with its traditional white houses is located on a small islet connected to the mainland by a beautiful arched bridge.
Besides a delicious espresso or two, there’s another must-do here: visit the beautiful cathedral. It is dedicated to St. Agatha and is located in the heart of the old town. Another eye-catcher is the Greek Fountain, which is decorated with a bas-relief. It is probably the oldest fountain in Italy.
The old town of Gallipoli is located on an island. It is connected to the mainland by a bridge.
Of course, to fully enjoy the high September temperatures, you can’t miss a beach. Fortunately, the Spiaggia di Padula Bianca is very close to Gallipoli. Here you will find a fine sandy beach, crystal clear water and a shady (and wonderfully holiday-scented) beach.
That this beach is wonderful, he even has in black and white: in 2021, Italian families voted this beautiful piece of earth second in the list of favorite beaches in Italy.
On the Tunisian island of Djerba, you can still break a sweat even in September! The temperatures here still easily crack the 30-degree mark. Then a day at the sea offers itself, and Djerba has some beautiful beaches to offer: for example the Seguia beach or Sidi Mahréz.
If it should be cooler, you can explore the beautiful landscape with its olive and pomegranate trees. Again and again you will pass through old villages. Perhaps you will also pass Guellala, which is known for its artisans. And in the bustling island capital Houmt Souk you will explore mosques and bazaars as well as the fortress Borj el Kebir.
Rhodes is one of the most popular islands in Greece and in September it is not only warm but also sunny. On average, the rays warm the island’s soil for about 300 days a year. A true picture-book beach on Rhodes is Prasonisi Beach: it is a spit of land consisting of sand and occasionally washed over, which connects Rhodes with an offshore island.
Furthermore, those who take the time to explore the island will come across some of the numerous idyllic villages. The most beautiful among them is Lindos, which is located about 50 kilometers from Rhodes Town. White houses, narrow streets, behind which the sea shimmers in the clearest turquoise.
But you mustn’t miss the island’s capital Rhodes Town either: Not only is life pulsating here, you can also explore the Grand Master’s Palace, old fortification walls, mosques, churches and lively markets.
Vacationers love Gibraltar for its Monkey Rock, where the cheeky animals frolic and relax. But the headland on the south coast of Spain, which is under British administration, can do even more in its 6.5 square kilometers!
For example, it offers far-reaching views into the distance: At Europa Point, the southernmost point of the city, you can see as far as Africa, which is only 14 kilometers away. If you’re lucky, you might even see dolphins hopping by in the distance.