Sunny holiday destinations suitable for March

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Sunny holiday destinations suitable for March

Sunny holiday destinations suitable for March

For those who want to escape the everyday hustle and bustle and enjoy a stay on the sunny lands, away from the unstable weather of March, we suggest several exotic destinations perfect for relaxing.

Sunny Holiday Destinations | SUITCASE Magazine

Feb 25, 2014 Our friends over at Beach Tomato have one mission – to help beat those winter blues now that the festive season is well and truly over.


Gran Canaria Always in the shadow of the vast western neighbor, Tenerife, Gran Canaria is however never so obscured that it can not provide temperatures around 20 degrees Celsius, when March does the rest of Europe tremble. Indeed, the third largest island of the Canary Islands is a fabulous destination. The capital Las Palmas offers a stylish culture at Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno, but kept the best Playa de las Canteras beach.

Florida You know you can count on a warm winter destination when it is known under the pseudonym of “The Sunshine State” (trad. – State Sun). Florida can be proud of this in all the months in the calendar and in all corners of what, with 1,350 miles of sandy coast, the US is the largest seaside, except Alaska. Therefore, you will hardly resist Orlando city, whose theme parks and hotels guarantees fun holiday.

mozambique Being devoid of big waterfalls and wild areas that best represent Africa, Mozambique still feels somewhat undiscovered. This is yet another reason to give your secret meeting with Gorongosa National Park safari, heritage from Portuguese colonial Ibo Island and the coast which stretches 1,535 miles.

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jamaica Resorts and hotels dotted along the north coast of Jamaica, Montego Bay and Ocho Rios offers those sunny escape the European winter remains just a bad dream. Spend an afternoon on Seven Mile Beach in Negril, on the west coast, and the thought will seem chilly days ahead.

Cuba Because of its fame, at least in terms of the twentieth century, we sometimes forget how big Cuba. The largest island in the Caribbean extends from the verdant Pinar del Rio in the west to the south-east of Santiago history. So where to start in this country? Certainly the chaotic capital of Havana, before you hear the sirens calling on the beaches of the north coast of Varadero.


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