Where to go on holiday in July

July is a good month for kite surfing and surfing in Mauritius or visit Cabrera in the Balearic Islands, a national park since 1991, this uninhabited island attracts an abundance of wildlife, where you can dive with turtles, whales, dolphins and 200 types of fish. Known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies and coral reefs. Bali gives you the chance to explore the diverse landscape, culture and history along with beautiful beaches.

Balearic Islands

Balearic Islands

Temperature: 29°C high; 21°C low

Flight time from UK: Approximately 2 hours, 50 minutes

Time difference: GMT +2

Whether it’s a luxury retreat in Ibiza’s trendy old town, a beach break in Menorca or a family-friendly holiday, the Balearic Islands have something for everyone. If you like watersports, why not travel to Menorca? Located on the island’s east coast, Cala Rafalet is a unique cove great for snorkelling and swimming or you could learn to dive at S’Algar Diving amongst other activities.

Cabrera is an uninhabited island 10 miles off the coast of Mallorca attracting an abundance of wildlife, and since 1991 it has been recognised as a National Park. Biodiversity is also present in the island’s underwater world which includes turtles, dolphins and 200 types of fish. 

Known for its rugged coastline, Sant Joan de Labritja can be found in the north of Ibiza. Surrounded by pine trees, this quiet village is a rural haven with landmarks such as the whitewashed 18th-century church and modern eateries like The Giri Cafe make it a must-see when visiting Ibiza.

 

Bali

Bali Indonesia

Temperature: 29°C high; 22°C low

Flight time from UK: Around 17 hours

Time difference: GMT +8

Known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs. Bali is home to religious sites such as cliffside Uluwatu Temple. To the south, the beachside city of Kuta has lively bars, while Seminyak, Sanur and Nusa Dua are popular resort towns. The island is also known for its yoga and meditation retreats.

Water visibility for diving and snorkelling are excellent in July and make time for the The Bali Arts Festival, a long-running festival that traditionally starts on the second Saturday of June and runs through mid-July.

Mauritius

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Temperature: 27°C high; 11°C low

Flight time from UK: 12 hours

Time difference: GMT +4

Mauritius can get windy in July so be sure to pick a resort on the more sheltered north or west coasts of the island, otherwise it’s a wonderful time to travel to Mauritius. Take a catamaran cruise to Gabriel Island, enjoy delicious BBQ food and unlimited drinks. Once you reach Gabriel Island, you’ll be able to go snorkelling and still have time to relax and sunbathe on the white stretch of beach. July is a good month for kite surfing and surfing.

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