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Best Mediterranean holidays in OctoberBack

MaltaWinter is fast approaching but there is still time to find a place to visit in the sun if you fancy some last minute warmth before the colder months kick in.

In fact, Mediterranean beach holidays can prove to be more comfortable at this time of year when it is not too hot and the beaches and sights are less crowded than the peak summer months.

If you are considering a beach holiday this October, it is a good idea to head south to ensure you get the best weather. Trusted Dealers has picked their top five best Mediterranean places to visit to ensure you get the most for your money.

Aegean Coast, Turkey

Turkey continues to be a popular holiday destination with Brits, mainly because holidays are cheap and the weather is warm. Stretching cross two continents, Turkey is the country where east meets west in a spectacular fashion. Along the coast you’ll find famous ruins, superleague sands and bazaars which offer all things Turkish from rugs to sticky sweets. Temperatures average around 25 degrees in Turkey at this time of year.

North Cyprus

North Cyprus offers a great autumn climate with holidays available at bargain prices due to its location just outside the Eurozone. The weather is usually dry and sunny from April right through to November meaning you can enjoy walking, golf and other activities year-round. Rich in tradition, North Cyprus has a proud cultural heritage offering many colourful events and festivals, but one of the biggest attractions is its fantastic array of excellent beaches many of which are still rugged and unspoiled.

Puglia, Italy

The South of Italy stays warm for much longer than the North and offers wonderful beaches and charming accommodation. Furthermore, you’ll find it nice and quiet as Italian tourists rarely go on holiday outside August. Despite its popularity, there are still many parts of Puglia that remina undiscovered – the beaches are far from crowded and the towns and villages are mostly unspoilt. If you are a wine lover you can enjoy tasting the selection of delicious local grapes, or if you prefer a spot of golf there are plenty of great courses to choose from.


The island of Malta is the perfect choice for those who enjoy warmth in the daytime but cooler, more comfortable evenings. Although it enjoys glorious sunshine well into October, the cooler more refreshing climate offers a fantastic opportunity to enjoy the island’s fascinating historical sites. A visit to Malta offers plenty to see and do, not only are you spoilt for large expansive beaches to visit and vibrant nightlife, if you like to explore there are plenty of Renaissance cathedrals, Baroque palaces and ancient ruins on this island stooped in 7,000 years of history.


Only around 4 hours flying time from the UK will bring you to the Canary Islands and the largest island of Tenerife. The Canary islands offer more sunshine than the Mediterranean and despite the region’s popularity, there are still some unspoilt beaches to stumble across. Tenerife offers a bit of everything for tourists, there’s plenty of nightlife, shopping and restaurants to pick from as well as a some beautiful beaches, and for the keen golfers, check out the Abama Golf & Spa Resort. The climate is perfect, with an average temperature of 25 degrees year round, making it the perfect destination for an autumnal getaway.



Posted by Leana Kell on 27/09/2013