7 Stunning Locations to Visit in July

Many of us prefer traveling in the sweet month of July. Why? The amazing weather, summer holidays (means no school), and pocket-friendly flights. The booming sound of thunder, the earthy sweet smell of the soil and forests lush with greenery await in different parts of the Globe. Many countries celebrate summer festivals during this season, national parks are great to explore and the world’s best beaches are in action. 

If you’re wondering where to travel in July, this list brings you the best places to visit around the world in July, the must-see places to defeat the July heat and more than just taking souvenirs home. Take a look at the best travel destinations in the world in the month of July.

  • Gibraltar – Gibraltar has a Mediterranean climate with mild, rainy winters and hot, dry summers. Begin by exploring the region’s 426m peak, which gives the terrain its nickname: The Rock. This beautiful place is known for its Botanic Gardens, also known as La Alameda Gardens. You can see the Strait of Gibraltar all the way to Ceuta and the Rif Mountains in Morocco from the southernmost point of Gibraltar given that the sky is clear. 

7 Stunning Locations to Visit in July

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  • Provence, France – Lavender’s soothing, delicate scent and deep purple color have enchanted people for centuries. So what could be nicer than surrounding yourself with lavender fields on your travels? Unfortunately, the lavender season in Provence does not last all year round. The best time to see the plants in full bloom is around mid-July. Also in July, the Tour de France is a must for every cycling fanatic. So if you are passionate about sporting events and want to extend your visit beyond Provence, now is the time.
  • Albania and Montenegro – Whether you are in the mood to explore untouched nature, visit historical sights or immerse yourself in the Mediterranean atmosphere of beaches and parties, in Montenegro you will find everything within easy reach. The Montenegrin coast offers beaches of large cities with many services, as well as quiet fishing villages and secluded bays. Fortified ancient cities, medieval cathedrals and monasteries are sure to satisfy history buffs. In Albania, take a stroll along Dhermi Beach, then enjoy the sand and surf at Gjipe Beach. 

7 Stunning Locations to Visit in July

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  • The Great Migration, Tanzania and Kenya – The Northern Tanzania Safari Circuit is the place of safari and beach dreams. vast plains stretching into a misty horizon dotted with wildlife along with soft, white sandy beaches dotted with coconut palms. The vast plains of the Masai Mara come alive from late July to mid-October when more than 1.5 million wildebeest and 200,000 zebras migrate from the Serengeti. This is truly Africa at its most epic. 
  • Portugal, Madeira and the Azores – During July, the temperature in Portugal is pleasant and warm (around 24-25° C). The sun shines quite often and there is barely any rain. The floating garden of the Atlantic is how Madeira is commonly known. The east end of Madeira is a nature reserve of huge volcanic rocks streaked with reddish hues. On Madeira’s south coast, A Cabo Girão (Sky Walk) is located from which you can enjoy the dizzying view of the ocean far below. Another attraction is Following the route of an old steam train, there is a modern cable car system that takes you from Almirante Reis to Funchal’s upper suburb, Monte. Witness Azores’ breathtaking landscapes from Sete Cidades. Besides Sete Cidades, another impressive crater lake can be seen in São Miguel, which is Lagoa do Fogo.
  • Birdwatching in Vanuatu – Generally, the larger islands of Vanuatu have a greater variety of bird habitats and species, with the central islands offering the best bird watching opportunities. Some of the best and most accessible places to spot birds in Vanuatu are Vatthe Conservation Area, Espiritu Santo; Duviara Conservation Area, Ambae; Loru Rainforest, Espiritu Santo and Nagha mo Pineia Protected Area, Malekula. You can also hire a bird-watching guide for the day, which is definitely the best way to explore the area.

7 Stunning Locations to Visit in July

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  • Ireland – July is warm in this region, as per Irish standards. Water temperatures are reaching their annual highs, increasing the temptation of activities like kayaking, while the warmer weather of the year is now making hiking and biking very popular. You just choose where you want to drive up to, but a stop in Kilkenny can take you straight through the wild countryside of County Carlow to the capital, Dublin.

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