Top 10 summer sun holiday destinations in July 2023
July - the heart of summer and when we hope for some serious sunshine. If you're planning a holiday, let our infographic, which showcases our expertly-curated pick of the top 10 destinations to go for unbounded lashings of sunshine in July, be your guide.
Our pick of destinations that you can rely on for summer sunshine in July is a tasty blend of places near and far from home with something for every interest.
|Destination||Temperature||Daily sunshine||Flight time|
|1. Corfu, Greece||31°C||18°C||12 hours||3 hours|
|2. Costa Blanca, Spain||29°C||19°C||11 hours||2.5 hours|
|3. Costa del Sol, Spain||30°C||19°C||11 hours||3 hours|
|4. Bali, Indonesia||29°C||22°C||10 hours||15.5 hours|
|5. California, USA||29°C||17°C||12 hours||11.5 hours|
|6. Ibiza, Balearic Islands||29°C||20°C||11 hours||2.5 hours|
|7. Italian Lakes, Italy||27°C||16°C||9 hours||2 hours|
|8. Croatia||28°C||17°C||11 hours||2.5 hours|
|9. French Riviera, France||26°C||19°C||11 hours||2 hours|
|10. Gran Canaria, Canary Islands||26°C||19°C||9 hours||4.5 hours|
While factors such as distance (flight time) and the daily temperature are important, this selection is all about places with plenty of sunshine, and every destination listed has a minimum of nine hours per day.
Top 10 sunny destinations in July
- Corfu, Greece
- Costa Blanca, Spain
- Costa del Sol, Spain
- Bali, Indonesia
- California, USA
- Ibiza, Balearic Islands
- Italian Lakes, Italy
- French Riviera, France
- Gran Canaria, Canary Islands
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Check out our top 10 sunny holiday destinations for each month of the year whether you're after summer breaks or winter sun escapes. We'll tell you where to get the best weather, the expected flight time and what makes each destination special.
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