Flight ticket deals September

There are plenty of hot holiday destinations to visit in September, the summer holiday season is just winding down, which is ideal as high seasons will often be more expensive and more crowded. So the destinations below are recommendations that Where to Holiday think are some of the best places to go in September with sizzling sunshine and minimal rain to offer you the best possible September holiday choices. You may choose to go somewhere different this year or looking into where’s safe to go on holiday? We just might have a few options you havent considered before. You will find travellers that have written about their experiences in all these destinations so click on the destination names and have a read. If a cruise in September is what you are looking for, head to the bottom of the page to find out some of the best cruise destinations to head to in September. If you are looking for places that are hot in September or simply interesting holiday destinations that are outside of the hurricane season, then we’ve put some of our top September holidays and recommendations below.

Flight offers for September

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  • Malta: It’s likely to be a lovely hot place to go in September at around 27°c / 81°f in Malta. And you will get some incredible last minute deals here, mainly due to the fact that the island isn’t known for it’s huge beaches, but it does have a stunning coastline where boat trips and the buzz of snorkeling and diving are still in full flow. The hotels have plenty of pool options, so all you need to do is get out here to the excellently priced sunshine and enjoy the pretty culture, food and atmosphere for a top September sun destination.
  • Cote d’Azur South of France: France in September is simply glorious, the summers linger well into September and often into October. There is so much to do on a holiday in France that we’ve had to limit September’s recommendation to the South of France as this is where the temperatures really remain highest if you are looking for somewhere hot in September. The temperatures will often hover around 25°c / 77°f on the mediterranean coast, so you can definitely head for its wide long beaches. The main cities to fly into are Montpellier, Marseille and Nice, and if you have the time to make the drive along the coast and through Provence on your holiday, you’ll find little gems along the way such as Sanary sur Mer. Most beaches are sand, but famously the beach at Nice is made up of large pebbles, this doesn’t stop anyone sunbathing that’s for sure and in fact it makes swimming in the sea there more crystal clear. The choice of hotels on the coast is overwhelming! But if you fancy a different kind of stay search just out of town for treehouse accommodation, converted barns or even a bit of glamping at reasonable prices and enjoy that special french feeling of wandering to your local patisserie for a pain au chocolat and follow the aroma of piping hot rich coffee.
  • England: Its warm weather in England in September, but thats not to say the weather is guaranteed! If you visit England you’ll find anything from 20°c – 30°c (68°f – 86°f), blue skies and sunshine, rainy days, cloudy days, windy days, it could be anything but the English look forward celebrating the long warm evenings outside before the Autumn really kicks in. Pub gardens are alive, the bbq’s are still lit and Englands parks are buzzing with visitors. Most visited, London is more than just a busy capital, it has 8 huge green Royal Parks fantastic fun for all ages and especially families, see more information on the Royal Parks. Visit one of Englands National parks to enjoy the true beauty of Englands green countryside and wildlife, enjoy camping, hiking, sailing, kayaking, cycling and so much more. The coastlines are crammed with beaches and get incredibly busy on the weekend, so if you can avoid the weekend you’ll enjoy wide sandy beaches, some great surf and traditional seaside food of fish and chips of course! Englands schools have usually all gone back to school by the 2nd week in September so attractions are a little less busier now, keep this in mind when booking your stay.


  • Namibia: Holidays in Namibia are an experience of a lifetime, and of course if you are looking for a Safari in Namibia, September will be one of the best months to visit. An average of 29°c / 84°f and the dry season, the game heads to the watering holes meaning September is one of the best months to view game. Being so dry it can get a little dusty and the nights can fall cold, but daytimes will be clear and sunny. Etosha National park is probably the best known and one of the largest parks where you will likely see Elephants, Cheetah and maybe even the rare Black Rhino. Namibia is situated on the south west coast of Africa and there are miles and miles of idyllic beaches on what was once known as the Skeleton coast and renouned for its shipwrecks, nowadays it’s better known as a honeymoon destination.


  • Maine: A holiday to Maine in September is a lovely month to visit, particularly early September when temperatures are stil lingering around 20°c / 68°f. And if you really want to get away to a destination in the united states and are mindful that it is indeed hurricane season in many of the east coast states including holiday favourite Florida, then Maine is a wonderful option as the chance of a hurricane here is very low albeit on the Atlantic coast. Famed for it’s seafood it’s the lobster season in Maine in September and you’ll be benefitting from it’s delicious soft shelled lobster at this time of year! A real outdoors State it has thousands of miles of soft sandy beaches, stunning lakes, beautiful National Parks and a wealth of history and heritage to amuse you if camping, hiking, biking and bathing aren’t for you. Fantastic shopping, quaint farmers markets and pretty fishing villages make Maine a place to really let your hair down for a stress free holiday and picture perfect photo opportunites.
  • Nebraska: Yes we know you weren’t thinking of taking your next holidays in Nebraska! But you want to know where to go in September and Nebraska is an ideal destination this month! Well out of the way of hurricanes with a sunny 22°c / 72°f average, it’s the land of cowboys and adventure, the real wild west with award winning tasty barbeque food, miles of prairies, rocky badlands and ranches. If you were looking for a holiday destination to unwind and forget about being busy then you’ll find it here. It’s biggest city Omaha has plenty of excitement to offer if the great outdoors is just a little too remote for you with great restaurants and wine bars as well as top tourist attractions such as the historic marketplace and Omaha Childrens Museum if you have the kids with you and you need to entertain them with some great interactive science and technology.

Caribbean Cruises

  • Cruises: Of course its hot in September in the Caribbean, this is definitely a year round destination! But as it heads towards the end of the stormy season you might find it’s a better option to take a cruise in this world famous destination in September to be sure of the best weather – thats because in general if your itinerary takes you into an area where there is currently a storm, your captain will take a lovely detour to where the sun is still shining. On top of that, with the waters of the Caribbean possibly being one of the very best bits of this holiday destination, you’ll be getting to gaze into those sparkling clear waters from the best vantage point every single day. You’ll also get to enjoy several Caribbean islands instead of just the one, really making the most of the dreamy Caribbean.

South America

  • Ecuador – Highlands: Ecuador in September is for those adventurous thrill seeking explorers out there, wishing to climb the immense summits of Ecuadors dormant Volcano’s and experience nature like never before! While it’s a year round destination, September holidays to Ecuador tend not to be the peak time to visit if you are looking for a beach and wildlife holiday, you’ll find our best Ecuador beach visiting time under our March recommendations. This is because Ecuador has 2 distinct seasons and September falls into the dry season which is perfect for the highlands of this awe inspiring country. So while it will be warm sunny clear days around 27°c / 81°f it will of course be chilly at altitude if it’s the mountains calling you for adventure here. However even when highlands are your aim, you’ll get to enjoy delicious food, buzzing cities and a trip into the jungle shouldn’t be missed.