Top 10 winter sun holiday destinations in February 2023
Planning a romantic escape? Perhaps you're after some half-term family time? Whatever takes you away in February, we have the pick of the bunch when it comes to places to go for fabulous winter sun.
From eco-retreats in Costa Rica and sugary sands of Grenada to immersive cultural experiences in unforgettable Rio, there's something for everyone in our handpicked selection of top destinations in February.
|Destination||Temperature||Daily sunshine||Flight time|
|1. Maldives||31°C||25°C||10 hours||10 hours|
|2. Chiang Mai, Thailand||32°C||14°C||10 hours||14 hours|
|3. Goa, India||32°C||21°C||10 hours||9.5 hours|
|4. Gran Canaria, Canary Islands||20°C||14°C||7 hours||4.5 hours|
|5. Cape Town, South Africa||25°C||15°C||10 hours||11.5 hours|
|6. Dominican Republic||28°C||21°C||9 hours||9.5 hours|
|7. Tamarindo, Costa Rica||33°C||23°C||8 hours||12 hours|
|8. Majorca, Balearic Islands||14°C||6°C||6 hours||2.5 hours|
|9. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||30°C||21°C||7 hours||12 hours|
|10. Grenada||29°C||21°C||8 hours||11 hours|
Browse below to see our pick of the top 10 winter sun destinations in February based on a variety of interests and distance. One thing you can rely on is that each place features is good and sunny in February.
Top 10 sunny destinations in February
- Chiang Mai, Thailand
- Goa, India
- Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain
- Cape Town, South Africa
- Dominican Republic
- Tamarindo, Costa Rica
- Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain
- Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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