As we all know, weather cannot always be accurately predicted, and no matter how hot a resort is each summer, you may end up with a week of rain.
It’s important that if this does happen, and hopefully it doesn’t, you are prepared. In Europe, popular holiday locations include Greece, Spain and Portugal among others, and even if you fly out during the middle of August, there are chances of rain, even if they are very slim.
The temperature is still likely to be high, so it’s still not going to be the same as a British holiday but just because Spain and Greece benefit from some luxurious sandy beaches, they do offer indoor attractions as well. And rather than trying to find these while you’re on holiday, a little research can give you a head start in knowing what you are looking for.
If rain has invited itself to your holiday, there’s a good chance that it will be patchy, so take every advantage of the pool and sea when the skies are clear. Then, when the gates open, make sure you can keep yourself occupied, even if it’s with a family board game, a pack of cards, or a book.
For those who are determined to not let rain ruin their holiday, why not try to embrace it. Remember, it’s not the UK, with high humidity you might relish a spot of rain, and if you’ve been swimming in the pool, is rain going to make a big difference? Probably not.
Holidays are there to be enjoyed, and unpredictable weather doesn’t always have to stop you from making the most of it.Tags: bad weather, holiday, hotels, rain, weather