The heat is winding down as people go back to work, and that can present the perfect opportunity to travel. September is a surprisingly lovely time of year to explore, whether it’s a cool city break or a warm beach holiday let us show you what’s best.
See our where to go, when guide for destination recommendations throughout the year.
To see the sights of Seville September and October are your best bets ,and on even-numbered years the biggest names in flamenco descend on the city for the Bienal de Flamenco festival. Andalucia’s capital, and the fourth largest city in Spain, charismatic, flamboyant Seville, provides a mesmerising home to the fiercely proud Sevillanos. Remarkable historic buildings, delightful plazas, and the sweet scents of orange blossom and jasmine, are joined by world famous, sensual flamenco dancing, a vibrant nightlife and an abundance of excellent tapas bars.
Hotel Colon Gran Melia
In the heart of Seville, a mere ten minutes from the Giralda Tower and Seville Cathedral and with shopping areas within five minutes, Hotel Colon Gran Melia enjoys a central location and is a superb hotel offering a high standard of accommodation and attentive service.Find out more
H10 Corregidor Boutique Hotel
Conveniently located with Seville’s shopping district 200m away and the historic centre nearby, three star H10 Corregidor Boutique Hotel is a charming and comfortable hotel with friendly and helpful staff on hand to assist with local information and recommendations.Find out more
Sorrento & Amalfi Coast
Visiting Sorrento and Amalfi during September is widely known as the best time owing to it’s warm but not overly humid climate and quieter crowds after the peak of August. The Amalfi coast brings in a cool breeze which makes the warmer afternoons much more enjoyable. The beauty of the Italian landscapes and architecture can be enjoyed in a more intimate and illuminating light at this time of year. You could take a boat tour of Capri or the Amalfi Coast. On the 12 September visit the town of Meta which hosts the Feast Day of Santa Maria. With a fair held on the beach with jewellery stands, food and fireworks after sunset it’s a hidden gem!
Caruso, A Belmond Hotel, Amalfi Coast
Refurbished to the highest standards, Caruso, A Belmond Hotel, is an exquisite and sumptuously appointed hotel enjoying an elevated position on the highest point of Ravello, perched on a cliff top overlooking the spectacular Mediterranean of the Amalfi Coast.Find out more
With an enviable subtropical climate that normally brings sun and blue skies, Mauritius offers pretty much perfect beach weather all year round. But temperatures are more manageable in September and it’s a drier month. Miles of powder-soft, dazzling, white sand beaches encircle this Indian Ocean island paradise, while crystalline, sapphire waters roll onto its palm-fringed coastline. Beyond coral seascapes framed by dolphins and turtles and dramatic dive sites, there are huge swathes of rainforest, mountains, waterfalls and inky lagoons.
Anantara Iko Mauritius Resort & Villas
In a secluded location set back from the golden sands of unspoilt Le Chaland beach on the southeast coast, Anantara Iko Mauritius Resort & Villas offers attentive service, modern design, and timeless elegance across a range of garden and ocean view accommodation.Find out more