Warm Destinations in Europe
Madeira and the Azores were in the top ten warmest European destinations in winter.
To avoid the dreary and cold weather that prevails in European cities, Globe Trotter Travels advises traveling to Madeira, one of the most exotic European islands, with tropical gardens and a stunning coastline, and where the temperature ranges from 18 to 20 degrees Celsius, ideal for long walks and many outdoor activities.
The island of São Miguel, located in the Azores Archipelago, was ranked ninth. It is a volcanic island with average annual temperatures of 16.6 degrees Celsius. It is worth discovering the hot springs, its stunning landscapes with cratering waterfalls and lakes, and the boat trips to see dolphins and whales.