When choosing where to go on holiday, often at the top of people's list is warmth and sunshine.
With these monthly guides we can help find the right destination and the right time of year giving you an idea of what temperatures you can expect and further insight to the best times to visit.
With the northern hemisphere deep in winter, the hottest places are found south of the equator, but warm temperatures can still be found closer to home.
The southern hemisphere is the warmest place to be in February with locations from Melbourne to Barbados all offering temperatures in the high 20s.
A popular time to visit hotspots like Thailand and Mexico but also the beginning of warmer temperatures in Europe, particularly in the Canary Islands.
April can be a great month to get away for some early summer sunshine with warm temperatures across the southern parts of Europe.
From Cuba to Singapore, we've got ten of the warmest popular holiday destinations to visit in May
The beginning of Summer in the northern hemisphere, find out the warmest spots from Rome to Rio.
July sees much warmer temperatures closer to home, find out the warmest spots in July.
While September marks the end of the typical summer holiday season, there are still many destinations offering warm temperatures.
As summer draws to a close across Europe we've got a list of short and long-haul destinations to extend the summer warmth.
Despite the UK temperatures getting noticeably cooler, warm temperatures can still be found in Europe with the Canary Islands being one of the most popular choices.
Within Europe, temperatures can still average in the 20s during December, though its also a popular time for long-haul visits to the Caribbean and Southern Hemisphere.