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Don’t you just think that April is the month where everything feels a little bit more hopeful?

We are finally in spring, the days are getting a little bit longer, and wherever you go in southern Europe, you are almost always guaranteed sunshine.

It’s also a great opportunity for snow bunnies to catch some last minute skiing or snowboarding as well as taking advantage of some pretty serious après-ski.

In a nutshell, if you are unsure where to go on holiday in April, you are truly spoilt for choice.

So, whether you’re looking to find out where to enjoy an Easter break, the best family holidays or simply where to go on holiday in April, then it’s time to explore which fantastic destinations are guaranteed to put a spring in your step!

Cyprus

Cyprus is a fantastic answer when asking the question where to go on holiday in April, whether you are in a couple, with friends, flying solo or with the family.

From the vibrant nightlife of Ayia Napa to the archaeological UNESCO-listed wonders of Paphos and beyond, there’s so much to see and do in Cyprus. 

In Pathos, you will find a plethora of world-class antiquities and relics scattered liberally amongst the quirky shops.

You can’t pay a visit to this ancient town without a meander around the Paphos mosaics which are situated near the harbour at the Paphos Archaeological Park.

Whether you prefer a sedate sojourn and want to zen out or prefer your holidays to be a tad more action-packed, you can be sure that you will have an amazing time and have guaranteed sunshine too!

Madeira

Madeira is renowned for its stunning landscapes and breathtaking views, widely known as the ‘garden isle’, there are treasures around every corner at all times of the year, but is an especially good choice when you are contemplating where to go on holiday in April.

From the beautiful botanical garden to the rugged coastline, this island is a nature lover’s paradise.

Whilst nature is a huge draw, Madeira is equally as well known for its impressive wine, fantastic golf and rich culture too.

Make sure that you carve out some time to explore the old town of Funchal which is chock-full of brightly-coloured buildings, charming narrow streets and top-notch attractions like the cathedral and the Museu de Arte Sacra where you can learn about the island’s religious art and traditions.

From watching the sunrise at Pico do Arieiro to admiring the exotic plants and peacocks at Monte Palace, if you are seeking a sojourn for the simpler things in life, then a trip to Madeira is most definitely for you. 

Essaouira

Morocco is a fantastic country to visit at any time of the year, but the charming coastal town of Essaouira should really be on your list of must-visit cities when thinking of where to go on holiday in April.

If you are looking for delicious food, stunning beaches, and vibrant culture, then you should really be saying yes to this Moroccan city.

Essaouira has an incredible UNESCO-listed medina which is a dizzying maze of intriguing narrow alleys and bustling souks where you can find everything from spices and textiles to local handicrafts.

If you love to shop until you drop, you won’t be disappointed! It’s also a great place to sample the local cuisine.

Can you really say that you have been to Morocco if you haven’t tried some of the traditional Moroccan dishes like a seafood tagine and the delicately-made pastillas.

If watersports are your jam, then Essaouira is most definitely for you. The vast stretches of sand and clear blue waters are made for surfing of all varieties – kite, wind and more as well as other forms of water-based activity.

However, if you are looking for a more sedate activity, then why not indulge the senses with a relaxing spa treatment and a sojourn to the hamman?

Koh Samui

We may have spoken about the infamous ‘full moon’ parties before, but if you are wondering where to go on holiday in April and Thailand has caught your eye, then Koh Samui has to be high on our list of places to visit.

Let’s get back to basics – there’s a five day public holiday in April in Thailand which is infinitely going to get everyone in the party/holiday mood and if you want to cut loose and dance under the stars, then April’s full moon party is really going to lift your spirits.

If you are more about the nights than the days (and we certainly won’t judge!) then you are not going to leave the island disappointed.

The island really packs a punch when it comes to its nightlife and there’s an unbeatable collection of fantastic bars, pubs and nightclubs that are the perfect place to let your hair down!

Despite being Thailand’s second largest island, Koh Samui is actually fairly compact and if the urge to explore further than the sandy stretches of beach, then you will find  any number of bliss-inducing Buddhist temples to venture in, a myriad of beautiful waterfalls to trek to as well as several serene sculpture gardens to meander around.

How could you visit Thailand and not fall in love with the incredible cuisine?

Despite its relatively small stature, the sunny island of Koh Samui is brimming with places that serve up tantalisingly good food. All you need to do is to give in –  loosen your belt and get ready for the Thai food to indulge your senses.

Orlando


The sunny state of Florida is always a perennial choice when it comes to deciding where to go on holiday in April.

From the sophistication of Miami where you can enjoy some of the best seafood in the state alongside a relentless party scene to the fun-filled city of Orlando which is a great choice for all travellers, but especially families. 

Florida, but especially Orlando is one of the best places to go on holiday in April whether you are seeking a beach break, have a penchant for outdoor adventures or simply want to embrace your inner child at a theme park

Orlando is ideal thanks to its long sunny days and warm-but-not-too-hot weather and you can easily explore the fantastic selection of museums, art galleries and shops all of which are highly well represented throughout the city.

Cairo

Egypt offers so much when it comes to ticking all the right boxes when thinking about where to go on holiday in April.

Firstly, there’s Tutankhamen’s tomb, the pyramids and of course, the Valley of the Kings. If history and awe-inspiring artefacts float your boat, then Egypt has everything going and then some.

If water-based activity and culture make you happy, then why not consider a cruise down the world’s longest river?

April is an ideal time to do this and it’s the last chance to sail from Cairo down to Luxor where you can get your fix of all things history-related.

There are also several other places where you can enjoy the Egyptian dream alongside the historic city of Cairo.

Hurghada should definitely make your list of where to go on holiday in April too.

Not only is it one of the best places to go diving in the world, but there’s also so many wonderful things to see and do in this historic city. 

Zermatt

As the ski season closes, we can’t help but think that Zermatt is not just one of the best places to ski in April, but it’s also one of the best places to go on holiday in April too.

Firstly, there’s the magnificent Matterhorn mountain that looms over this pretty alpine town, the pristine glacial wonder that is Gorner Gorge and of course it’s superb skiing credentials.

This Swiss ski resort has the highest, and largest high-altitude ski area in Europe making for brilliant snow conditions all year round.

There’s 360km of slopes in the area, with most slopes being open until late April.

The Zermatt après ski and nightlife scene is vibrant and lively – from traditional pubs and cocktail bars to nightclubs, you can be guaranteed as much action off the slopes as on!

Paris

If the prospect of an adventure in the city of love appeals when weighing up the best destinations for where to go on holiday in April, then certainly the enchanting and romantic city of Paris has to be top of your list. 

As dreamy destinations go, you can’t beat Paris! From iconic landmarks and incredible restaurants to indulging your sweet tooth with À la Mère de Famille, the oldest chocolate factory in the city. C’est magnifique!

Can you really say you have been to Paris without a visit to the Louvre museums?

We think not! This Paris must-see is home to some of the world’s most famous art pieces, including the world-renowned Mona Lisa.

What could be more Parisian than marvelling at some of the world’s most revered masterpieces?

We mentioned the L word and of course the French capital is synonymous with all things l’amore!

From a bike ride to enjoying a captivating cabaret with your beloved, there’s so many fantastic things to do in Paris.

Why not take a romantic midnight stroll along the Seine whilst admiring the breathtaking views of the city?

Jordan

Ancient history with a contemporary twist, if you love rich culture, historical sites and awe-inspiring vistas and are considering where to go on holiday in April, then Jordan might well be the perfect destination for you! 

History lovers will relish an opportunity to visit the ancient city of Petra.

This UNESCO-listed World Heritage site is an architectural marvel that’ll blow your mind.

Carved out of red rock, the ‘Rose City’ is truly a mesmerising site dating back to the 4th century BC and is chock-full of temples, tombs, and amphitheatres. 

Petra lovers will also be charmed by the museum of the same name, this along with many others are a superb showcase of the fantastic cultural offering of Jordan.

Make sure you don’t leave the country without a chronological trot through the artefacts at the Jordan Archaeological Museum.

Another must-visit destination in Jordan is a dip in the Dead Sea.

This natural wonder is famous for its therapeutic mud and mineral-rich waters.

What could be more relaxing than lying back and floating in the Dead Sea whilst enjoying the breathtaking views of the surrounding majestic mountains?

Capri

Inspirational scenery – tick! Incredible food – tick! Dreamy vibes – Absolutely!

Lenin said that ‘Capri makes you forget everything’ and we couldn’t agree more.

This beautiful island is instantly unforgettable!

If you’re looking for a luxurious and picturesque getaway when thinking about where to go on holiday in April, then surely Capri should be at the top of your travel list.

This stunning Italian island is located in the Bay of Naples and is known for its stunning natural beauty, rugged landscapes, and crystal clear waters.

One of the main reasons to visit Capri is for its famous Blue Grotto, a mysterious sea cave that glows a brilliant blue colour due to the sunlight reflecting off the water.

It’s a truly magical experience that you won’t want to miss.

Foodies will adore the fantastic cuisine of Capri where you can indulge in both traditional Italian dishes as well as Michelin-starred modern, contemporary cuisine.

Capri is also home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Italy, like Marina Piccola and Faraglioni.

What could be nicer than spending your days relaxing on the sand, taking in the stunning views of the Mediterranean.

If you’re a fan of history and culture, Capri has plenty to offer.

Explore the ancient ruins of Villa Jovis, built by the Roman emperor Tiberius in the 1st century AD, or take a stroll through the charming town of Anacapri, where you can see beautiful architecture and local crafts.

Canary Islands

Are you looking for a ‘suits-all’ destination with year-round sunshine, stunning beaches, and plenty of activities to keep you busy?

Then look no further than the Canary Islands! It’s one of those perennial destinations that is not just a great place when asking where to go on holiday in April, but in every month of the year as well.

A huge part of the Canary Islands’ enduring appeal is down to a heady combination of four virtues: beauty, variety, simplicity and sunshine.

They also have some of the best beaches in Europe and with over 500 beaches to choose from, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to a holiday to the Canary Islands. 

From the intriguing black sand beaches in Tenerife to the powder-soft expansive beaches in Fuerteventura, there’s a beach for every discerning taste.

Whether you favour a spot of sunbathing or watersports, you can do as little or as much as you want.

Surfing, bodyboarding, windsurfing and more, the opportunities are endless

If you prefer to have a more sedate-paced way of life whilst on holiday in the Canary Islands, you can even take a boat trip and go whale watching and see these magnificent creatures up close.

Whilst many people visit the Canary Islands for an all-inclusive break, if you venture to some of the restaurants across all the Canaries, you will find an excellent selection of captivating cuisine options.

With their geographical location nestling between Europe and Africa, all of the islands draw culinary inspiration from a melting pot of both cultures.

Madrid

If there’s one thing that you can’t deny when it comes to a short break in Madrid, it is that its citizens live life to the fullest and so will you!

From the moment you step out of your plane you’ll be swept up in a whirlwind of amazing food, fun, awe-inspiring architecture and oodles of culture that you will be hard pressed to find anywhere else. 

Madrid is fast becoming as well-known for its restaurant and food scene as it is for its world-class museums, elegant colourful architecture and vibrant nightlife.

Talking of the food, as well as a plethora of amazing restaurants, the city of Madrid is full of fantastic food markets which the locals flock to and  where you can pick up fresh and exciting produce which includes everything from cheeses to cured meats and more. 

As the capital of Spain, Madrid is full of wonderfully culturally-rich activities to explore. There’s an abundance of fantastic art galleries and museums as well as an excellent selection of live music events too.

Malta

The small but mighty island of Malta is widely considered to be a hidden gem of the Mediterranean!

It is positively bursting with stunning sights, rich history, and amazing experiences that will make your trip unforgettable.

And then there’s the incredible idyllic beaches – Malta is home to some of the most beautiful beaches you could hope to find in Europe. 

From the famous Golden Bay to the hidden coves of Gozo, you’ll find crystal-clear waters and soft sandy stretches that will make you never want to leave this picturesque island.

However, if you can tear yourself away from the sea, you won’t be short of fascinating things to see and do in Malta.

From ancient-temples and UNESCO world heritage sites to getting wet and wild at waterparks and checking out the cities of the island Gozo and Valletta which are great for exploring, shopping and eating.

holiday in april

Corsica

For something truly exceptional when it comes to where to go on holiday in April, the tiny French island of Corsica in the Mediterranean Sea is an absolute gem.

With its stunning coastline, rugged mountains, and charming villages, Corsica truly has something for everyone.

Despite its French heritage, there’s also an influence from Italy, and this unique fusion of cultural influences can be found in not just its culture, but its cuisine too. 

If you are a lover of the great outdoors, then the hiking trails of Corsica will most definitely appeal.

Here you will find some of the best trails in Europe, some of which come with some absolutely stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea.

For those seeking an April break to immerse themselves in the pristine waters, you will be spoilt for choice as you can swim, scuba dive, sail or even snorkel to your heart’s content.

However, if you are more about exploring the towns and cities, Corsica has plenty to offer.

The island’s cities and villages are full of history and charm and from the fortified city of Bonifacio to the colourful village of Porto Vecchio, the towns and cities of Corsica are a joy to explore..

Corsica is a Mediterranean paradise that should be on everyone’s list of where to go on holiday in April, thanks to its stunning natural beauty, rich culture, and delicious cuisine, Corsica truly has it all.

Cyprus

Cyprus is a fantastic answer when asking the question where to go on holiday in April, whether you are 

In a couple, with friends, flying solo or with the family.

From the vibrant nightlife of Ayia Napa to the archaeological UNESCO-listed wonders of Paphos and beyond, there’s so much to see and do in Cyprus. 

In Pathos, you will find a plethora of world-class antiquities and relics scattered liberally amongst the quirky shops.

You can’t pay a visit to this ancient town without a meander around the Paphos mosaics which are situated near the harbour at the Paphos Archaeological Park.

Whether you prefer a sedate sojourn and want to zen out or prefer your holidays to be a tad more action-packed, you can be sure that you will have an amazing time and have guaranteed sunshine too!

Madeira

Madeira is renowned for its stunning landscapes and breathtaking views, widely known as the ‘garden isle’, there are treasures around every corner at all times of the year, but is an especially good choice when you are contemplating where to go on holiday in April.

From the beautiful botanical garden to the rugged coastline, this island is a nature lover’s paradise.

Whilst nature is a huge draw, Madeira is equally as well known for its impressive wine, fantastic golf and rich culture too.

Make sure that you carve out some time to explore the old town of Funchal which is chock-full of brightly-coloured buildings, charming narrow streets and top-notch attractions like the cathedral and the Museu de Arte Sacra where you can learn about the island’s religious art and traditions.

From watching the sunrise at Pico do Arieiro to admiring the exotic plants and peacocks at Monte Palace, if you are seeking a sojourn for the simpler things in life, then a trip to Madeira is most definitely for you. 

Essaouira

Morocco is a fantastic country to visit at any time of the year, but the charming coastal town of Essaouira should really be on your list of must-visit cities when thinking of where to go on holiday in April.

If you are looking for delicious food, stunning beaches, and vibrant culture, then you should really be saying yes to this Moroccan city.

Essaouira has an incredible UNESCO-listed medina which is a dizzying maze of intriguing narrow alleys and bustling souks where you can find everything from spices and textiles to local handicrafts. If you love to shop until you drop, you won’t be disappointed! It’s also a great place to sample the local cuisine.

Can you really say that you have been to Morocco if you haven’t tried some of the traditional Moroccan dishes like a seafood tagine and the delicately-made pastillas.

If watersports are your jam, then Essaouira is most definitely for you.

The vast stretches of sand and clear blue waters are made for surfing of all varieties – kite, wind and more as well as other forms of water-based activity.

However, if you are looking for a more sedate activity, then why not indulge the senses with a relaxing spa treatment and a sojourn to the hamman?

Koh Samui

We may have spoken about the infamous ‘full moon’ parties before, but if you are wondering where to go on holiday in April and Thailand has caught your eye, then Koh Samui has to be high on our list of places to visit.

Let’s get back to basics – there’s a five day public holiday in April in Thailand which is infinitely going to get everyone in the party/holiday mood and if you want to cut loose and dance under the stars, then April’s full moon party is really going to lift your spirits.

If you are more about the nights than the days (and we certainly won’t judge!) then you are not going to leave the island disappointed.

The island really packs a punch when it comes to its nightlife and there’s an unbeatable collection of fantastic bars, pubs and nightclubs that are the perfect place to let your hair down!

Despite being Thailand’s second largest island, Koh Samui is actually fairly compact and if the urge to explore further than the sandy stretches of beach, then you will find  any number of bliss-inducing Buddhist temples to venture in, a myriad of beautiful waterfalls to trek to as well as several serene sculpture gardens to meander around.

How could you visit Thailand and not fall in love with the incredible cuisine?

Despite its relatively small stature, the sunny island of Koh Samui is brimming with places that serve up tantalisingly good food. All you need to do is to give in –  loosen your belt and get ready for the Thai food to indulge your senses.

Orlando

The sunny state of Florida is always a perennial choice when it comes to deciding where to go on holiday in April.

From the sophistication of Miami where you can enjoy some of the best seafood in the state alongside a relentless party scene to the fun-filled city of Orlando which is a great choice for all travellers, but especially families. 

Florida, but especially Orlando is one of the best places to go on holiday in April whether you are seeking a beach break, have a penchant for outdoor adventures or simply want to embrace your inner child at a theme park

Orlando is ideal thanks to its long sunny days and warm-but-not-too-hot weather and you can easily explore the fantastic selection of museums, art galleries and shops all of which are highly well represented throughout the city.

Cairo

Egypt offers so much when it comes to ticking all the right boxes when thinking about where to go on holiday in April.

Firstly, there’s Tutankhamen’s tomb, the pyramids and of course, the Valley of the Kings. If history and awe-inspiring artefacts float your boat, then Egypt has everything going and then some.

If water-based activity and culture make you happy, then why not consider a cruise down the world’s longest river?

April is an ideal time to do this and it’s the last chance to sail from Cairo down to Luxor where you can get your fix of all things history-related.

There are also several other places where you can enjoy the Egyptian dream alongside the historic city of Cairo.

Hurghada should definitely make your list of where to go on holiday in April too. Not only is it one of the best places to go diving in the world, but there’s also so many wonderful things to see and do in this historic city. 

Zermatt

As the ski season closes, we can’t help but think that Zermatt is not just one of the best places to ski in April, but it’s also one of the best places to go on holiday in April too.

Firstly, there’s the magnificent Matterhorn mountain that looms over this pretty alpine town, the pristine glacial wonder that is Gorner Gorge and of course it’s superb skiing credentials.

This Swiss ski resort has the highest, and largest high-altitude ski area in Europe making for brilliant snow conditions all year round.

There’s 360km of slopes in the area, with most slopes being open until late April.

The Zermatt après ski and nightlife scene is vibrant and lively – from traditional pubs and cocktail bars to nightclubs, you can be guaranteed as much action off the slopes as on!

Paris

If the prospect of an adventure in the city of love appeals when weighing up the best destinations for where to go on holiday in April, then certainly the enchanting and romantic city of Paris has to be top of your list. 

As dreamy destinations go, you can’t beat Paris!

From iconic landmarks and incredible restaurants to indulging your sweet tooth with À la Mère de Famille, the oldest chocolate factory in the city. C’est magnifique!

Can you really say you have been to Paris without a visit to the Louvre museums?

We think not! This Paris must-see is home to some of the world’s most famous art pieces, including the world-renowned Mona Lisa. What could be more Parisian than marvelling at some of the world’s most revered masterpieces?

We mentioned the L word and of course the French capital is synonymous with all things l’amore!

From a bike ride to enjoying a captivating cabaret with your beloved, there’s so many fantastic things to do in Paris. Why not take a romantic midnight stroll along the Seine whilst admiring the breathtaking views of the city?

Jordan

Ancient history with a contemporary twist, if you love rich culture, historical sites and awe-inspiring vistas and are considering where to go on holiday in April, then Jordan might well be the perfect destination for you! 

History lovers will relish an opportunity to visit the ancient city of Petra.

This UNESCO-listed World Heritage site is an architectural marvel that’ll blow your mind.

Carved out of red rock, the ‘Rose City’ is truly a mesmerising site dating back to the 4th century BC and is chock-full of temples, tombs, and amphitheatres. 

Petra lovers will also be charmed by the museum of the same name, this along with many others are a superb showcase of the fantastic cultural offering of Jordan.

Make sure you don’t leave the country without a chronological trot through the artefacts at the Jordan Archaeological Museum.

Another must-visit destination in Jordan is a dip in the Dead Sea. This natural wonder is famous for its therapeutic mud and mineral-rich waters.

What could be more relaxing than lying back and floating in the Dead Sea whilst enjoying the breathtaking views of the surrounding majestic mountains?

Capri

Inspirational scenery – tick! Incredible food – tick! Dreamy vibes – Absolutely!

Lenin said that ‘Capri makes you forget everything’ and we couldn’t agree more. This beautiful island is instantly unforgettable!

If you’re looking for a luxurious and picturesque getaway when thinking about where to go on holiday in April, then surely Capri should be at the top of your travel list.

This stunning Italian island is located in the Bay of Naples and is known for its stunning natural beauty, rugged landscapes, and crystal clear waters.

One of the main reasons to visit Capri is for its famous Blue Grotto, a mysterious sea cave that glows a brilliant blue colour due to the sunlight reflecting off the water. It’s a truly magical experience that you won’t want to miss.

Foodies will adore the fantastic cuisine of Capri where you can indulge in both traditional Italian dishes as well as Michelin-starred modern, contemporary cuisine.

Capri is also home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Italy, like Marina Piccola and Faraglioni.

What could be nicer than spending your days relaxing on the sand, taking in the stunning views of the Mediterranean.

If you’re a fan of history and culture, Capri has plenty to offer.

Explore the ancient ruins of Villa Jovis, built by the Roman emperor Tiberius in the 1st century AD, or take a stroll through the charming town of Anacapri, where you can see beautiful architecture and local crafts.

Canary Islands

Are you looking for a ‘suits-all’ destination with year-round sunshine, stunning beaches, and plenty of activities to keep you busy?

Then look no further than the Canary Islands! It’s one of those perennial destinations that is not just a great place when asking where to go on holiday in April, but in every month of the year as well.

A huge part of the Canary Islands’ enduring appeal is down to a heady combination of four virtues: beauty, variety, simplicity and sunshine.

They also have some of the best beaches in Europe and with over 500 beaches to choose from, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to a holiday to the Canary Islands. 

From the intriguing black sand beaches in Tenerife to the powder-soft expansive beaches in Fuerteventura, there’s a beach for every discerning taste.

Whether you favour a spot of sunbathing or watersports, you can do as little or as much as you want. Surfing, bodyboarding, windsurfing and more, the opportunities are endless

If you prefer to have a more sedate-paced way of life whilst on holiday in the Canary Islands, you can even take a boat trip and go whale watching and see these magnificent creatures up close.

Whilst many people visit the Canary Islands for an all-inclusive break, if you venture to some of the restaurants across all the Canaries, you will find an excellent selection of captivating cuisine options. With their geographical location nestling between Europe and Africa, all of the islands draw culinary inspiration from a melting pot of both cultures.

Madrid

If there’s one thing that you can’t deny when it comes to a short break in Madrid, it is that its citizens live life to the fullest and so will you!

From the moment you step out of your plane you’ll be swept up in a whirlwind of amazing food, fun, awe-inspiring architecture and oodles of culture that you will be hard pressed to find anywhere else. 

Madrid is fast becoming as well-known for its restaurant and food scene as it is for its world-class museums, elegant colourful architecture and vibrant nightlife.

Talking of the food, as well as a plethora of amazing restaurants, the city of Madrid is full of fantastic food markets which the locals flock to and where you can pick up fresh and exciting produce which includes everything from cheeses to cured meats and more. 

As the capital of Spain, Madrid is full of wonderfully culturally-rich activities to explore.

There’s an abundance of fantastic art galleries and museums as well as an excellent selection of live music events too. 

holiday in april

Malta

The small but mighty island of Malta is widely considered to be a hidden gem of the Mediterranean!

It is positively bursting with stunning sights, rich history, and amazing experiences that will make your trip unforgettable.

And then there’s the incredible idyllic beaches – Malta is home to some of the most beautiful beaches you could hope to find in Europe. 

From the famous Golden Bay to the hidden coves of Gozo, you’ll find crystal-clear waters and soft sandy stretches that will make you never want to leave this picturesque island.

However, if you can tear yourself away from the sea, you won’t be short of fascinating things to see and do in Malta.

From ancient-temples and UNESCO world heritage sites to getting wet and wild at waterparks and checking out the cities of the island Gozo and Valletta which are great for exploring, shopping and eating.

Corsica

For something truly exceptional when it comes to where to go on holiday in April, the tiny French island of Corsica in the Mediterranean Sea is an absolute gem.

With its stunning coastline, rugged mountains, and charming villages, Corsica truly has something for everyone.

Despite its French heritage, there’s also an influence from Italy, and this unique fusion of cultural influences can be found in not just its culture, but its cuisine too. 

If you are a lover of the great outdoors, then the hiking trails of Corsica will most definitely appeal.

Here you will find some of the best trails in Europe, some of which come with some absolutely stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea.

For those seeking an April break to immerse themselves in the pristine waters, you will be spoilt for choice as you can swim, scuba dive, sail or even snorkel to your heart’s content.

However, if you are more about exploring the towns and cities, Corsica has plenty to offer.

The island’s cities and villages are full of history and charm and from the fortified city of Bonifacio to the colourful village of Porto Vecchio, the towns and cities of Corsica are a joy to explore.

Corsica is a Mediterranean paradise that should be on everyone’s list of where to go on holiday in April, thanks to its stunning natural beauty, rich culture, and delicious cuisine, Corsica truly has it all.

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