Cyclists riding through the vineyards in Loire Valley, France.
Hours of daylight: 10
Hours of sunshine: 4
Maximum temperature: 17C
It's hard to believe a place only a two-hour flight away has double the UK’s average hours of sunshine, but Rome is ideal for getting a bit more of that all-important Vitamin D without lounging on a beach. There are plenty of elegant piazzas where you can enjoy an proper Italian coffee before taking in the ancient ruins and beautiful gardens of the city on foot or by bike tour. Don’t forget to throw a coin into the Trevi fountain and make a wish (perhaps for a decent British summer next year).
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Maspolomas / PlayaDel Ingles - Gran Canaria. 3 times a year Feb just when were getting a little more light, July for all that HOT HOT Sun and Dec just as i'm becoming depressed due to lack of light.
hmmm, so guess all the health advice re 'moderate' sun/warmth is good for you (vit D too!) must be wrong.
Some real negative people out there.
Dont worry, be happy!