There are plenty of warm places to visit in Europe in February, so why not take a break from freezing weather to soak up some warmth and winter sun?
The Greek island of Crete sits in the southern part of the Aegean Sea. It’s the largest of the Greek islands and is situated around 160 kilometers from the mainland.
It’s packed with interesting culture and plenty of beaches, plus a hefty helping of history, that make it a fascinating visit.
Malta (the 10th-smallest country in the world) is one of the hottest places in Europe in February and is a very popular destination for those seeking winter sun.
The Spanish island is part of the Canary Islands, an archipelago consisting of eight main islands just off the coast of northwest Africa.
Temperatures year-round remain mild, making Fuerteventura one of the warmest places to visit in Europe in February.