Winter is coming and a lot of us still haven't had a proper tan yet. If you’re still not done with the sun, then here are some places to visit for your winter sun.
The sparkling sea, the silver sands, and yummy French cuisine makes Nice a top contender for the winter. This French Riviera is one of the best places to visit all year round. If the weather does take a turn for the worst, there are plenty of indoor activities to do in Nice, like visiting museums and a free orchestra concert on a Sunday afternoons. The Orchestre d’Harmonie de Nice organises free concerts at the Église Notre Dame du Port during the winter.
While here, make sure you check out the winter sales. Nice takes part in the five-week, state-regulated winter sales that won't be half as packed as anywhere else in France around that time.
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This island is usually forgotten in the winter season which makes it the perfect place to visit if you are looking for some seclusion and privacy. You can enjoy the sunshine and stroll down the cobbled streets while surrounding yourself with some of Europe's most beautiful architecture. Malta is also known for its vibrant coffee culture, so you can sit back and sip espressos after a long and exciting day in the sun.
If you're looking for some major winter sun, this Spanish island stays warm all year long. If the stunning sandy beaches and friendly dolphins don't draw you it, the year-round attractions should do the trick. Attractions are open all year round, including the famous Loro Parque & Siam Park. Even during the winter months, Tenerife doesn’t have places that shut down.
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