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When the mercury starts to plummet and the days grow progressively more gloomy and grey, it helps to know that you can beat the winter blues by escaping to one of CLC World’s glorious winter sun destinations. While temperatures in the UK are dropping and the nights are seemingly unending, CLC World’s resorts on the Costa del Sol, Spain, Tenerife in the Canary Islands and Orlando, Florida, promise bright, blissful days of sunshine and unforgettable winter holidays.

Get Away to the Beaches of the Costa del Sol, Spain

When you feel that you just cannot take a minute more of cold, head off on a winter beach holiday to one of CLC World’s superb and easy-to-reach resorts on the Costa del Sol. Take your pick from the amazing resort options in this scenic region, which hugs the southeast shore of Spain, where the sun shines, on average, over 300 days of the year.

As you bask in the delicious Spanish warmth, you can enjoy the first-rate amenities provided by each of the CLC World resorts on the Costa del Sol. Luxuriate in sumptuous accommodation. Sunbathe on lounges pulled up to the pool. Take advantage of an impressive line-up of outstanding amenities, such as nightly entertainment and fully equipped gyms and spas. Dine like royalty on innovative cuisine prepared by imaginative chefs. Entrust your young ones to the secure care of renowned teen and kids’ clubs, where they’ll be well taken care of and have a blast.

Best of all, you can branch out from your base at one of CLC World’s resorts on the Costa del Sol to explore the many wonders of Andalucía, such as its spectacular sandy beaches, abundant natural beauty and enchanting local culture. And, no matter where you may go along this lovely coastline, chances are there will be plenty of sunshine to light the way.

Drink in the Warmth of Exotic Tenerife

Set just off the western shore of Africa in the sparkling Atlantic Ocean, temperatures in Tenerife rarely, if ever, dip below a balmy 19 degrees, even in the dead of winter. In fact they average 25 degrees, which can feel so much warmer, when you’re lazing on a beach and drinking in the rays. So, if you’re in search of a spot to chase away the effects of winter, then you might want to consider taking off on a beach holiday to this volcanic isle, part of the Spanish chain of the Canaries, where CLC World offers sublime resorts.

Revel in all the unparalleled offerings of your CLC World resort, such as plush accommodation,, top-notch amenities, delectable dining and an unbelievable selection of activities, with something to suit every mood and satisfy every taste. And don’t miss the opportunity to experience some of Tenerife’s incredible sights, sounds and attractions, which routinely draw 10 million visitors a year to this most popular of the Canary Islands.

Marvel at a lava-filled landscape in Mount Teide National Park. Play a round of golf on emerald links, overlooking the undulating blue ocean. Or, recline on a majestic black-sand volcanic beach and forget completely that such a season as winter even exists.

Theme Parks and Blue Skies Await in Magical Orlando, Florida

If you’re ready to venture a bit further afield, then jet over to Orlando in the centre of Florida in the US and get ready for a truly memorable winter holiday. Situated within easy driving distance to Florida’s characteristic long, sandy beaches, CLC World’s two resorts in Orlando are also mere minutes from the world-famous theme parks that call this city home.

Boasting a collection of splendid features, luxurious accommodation, delectable eating establishments and friendly, welcoming staff, each of the CLC World resorts in Orlando gives you an excellent headquarters from which to discover the best of sunny Central Florida. Children of all ages (not to mention parents and grandparents) will delight in the nearby, fun-filled theme parks, which attract visitors from every corner of the globe. Watch a thrilling live rocket launch from NASA’s Cape Kennedy on Florida’s space coast. Or, gaze at alligators and indigenous wildlife, on a trip to the swamp ecosystem in the massive Everglades National Park.