"Crowds will be disappearing now as the kids are back in school, but temperatures remain pleasant around Europe and beyond."
For an active break, journey across to gorgeous Morocco and take on the breathtaking Atlas Mountains, rewarding yourself with some wonderful panoramic views.
Renowned for its pristine sands and luxury resorts, the incredible island of Mauritius also provides its visitors with spectacular volcanic scenery and a wealth of culture. From intricate Hindu temples to handsome colonial houses, there’s no shortage of attractions to explore, if you can tear yourself away from the beach of course. October is the sunniest time to visit the island, and also the month with the least rainfall.
The spectacular Atlas Mountains in Morocco offer an exotic location for trekking, and spring and autumn are the best times to visit. Temperatures are optimum for exploring the rugged environment, and the beautiful autumnal foliage will be in full glow. This is a great time of year to tackle Mount Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa, with the journey from the valley to the summit generally spanning two to three days.
The handsome city of Seville is surely one of Andalucía’s star attractions: think striking Moorish architecture, a thriving arts scene and incredible tapas. The charming city is just perfect for culture lovers who will relish wandering its pretty streets as the fragrant perfume of orange blossom lingers in the air. Summer in Seville is scorching, so opt for October if you prefer more a more comfortable climate.
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