The Mediterranean basin has fascinating destinations, small corners of natural paradise and architectural treasures. Leaving in September will allow you to discover these regions in complete freedom without suffering from the strong heat and the constant influx of summer visitors. Villanovo has selected for you its three favourite destinations in and around the Mediterranean area to guide you to the most beautiful destinations for a trip in September.
Temperatures generally remain quite high in September in Marrakech
with an average temperature of around 30°C. The sun's rays are slightly less intense compared to August, although the high temperatures are still present throughout the day for the entire month. The alleys of the ochre city then are more pleasant and breathable, an ideal temperature to visit and discover the many wonders of Marrakech. Garden outings, outdoor activities and visits of all kinds also become more pleasant and comfortable.
This is therefore an opportunity to discover the Medina
, the ancient city of Marrakech and its many monuments such as the famous Jemaa El Fna square or the majestic Koutoubia mosque, or for nature lovers to let themselves be tempted by a walk in the palm grove
before venturing into the orange hills of the Moroccan desert.
The Island of Beauty bears its name well and attracts visitors every year for its extraordinary landscapes. Summer visitors come in droves to conquer the Corsican mountains, and the wild beaches and coves with crystal clear waters. However, the late season in Corsica has a completely different character and the island becomes particularly fascinating in September. Temperatures are gradually starting to drop but the sun is still shining and the days are still hot. Mornings are cooler and the average temperature in the afternoon is 26°C. The sea is also always pleasant with an average temperature of 23°C.
With such mild temperatures and tourists having deserted the place, September will allow you to discover the many mysteries of Corsica
in all serenity. Take your camera and discover the Scandola Nature Reserve, which is very crowded in summer and peaceful in September, not to mention the creeks of Piana. Enjoy a relaxing session on the beautiful fine sandy beaches
with crystal clear waters and come back with a beautiful tanned complexion.
, a beautiful region of contrasting colours with a singing accent, lavender scents
and melodious cicadas. With its impressive historical, cultural and natural heritage, Provence is the ideal destination to escape for a few days, so what better way to escape than to leave in September to enjoy the mild temperatures!
This is the opportunity to meet the white horses and black bulls of the Camargue Regional Nature Park, admire the Italian Baroque architecture of Aix-en-Provence and its thermal springs, walk along the narrow streets and old stone squares of Arles, stroll around Avignon, the former city of the Popes, or discover the Gorges du Verdon, the most impressive in Europe.