Booking a holiday? Find out where is hot – month by month guide

Brits might finally be able to go on holiday this year, providing they pick their destinations sensibly. If you book a trip to somewhere on the green list, your holiday can go ahead with few restrictions. If your destination is on the amber list, you’ll need to quarantine on return to the UK. If your priority is going abroad somewhere super hot, we’ve got you covered. Here are the hottest places to visit in June, July, August and September according to the Met Office.

Britain has been starved of hot weather until recently – it has taken until June for temperatures to rise up to 27C in some parts of the nation.

If you’re feeling the summer vibes and fancy jetting off to an even hotter country, it might be possible.

A travel review is due over the next few days, potentially adding more holiday destinations to the green list.

Here are the hottest destinations in June, July, August and September alongside their average temperatures for the month.

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