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Offering a more relaxed experience at a quieter time of year, the winter months are ideal to explore Florence. Home to some of the best Mediterranean cuisine on offer, there is plenty to see and do in this historic city out of season. Whilst the Uffizi and Accademia Gallery will still prove popular attractions, even outside of the main tourist season, museums such as the Grande Museo del Duomo and Palazzo Strozzi should offer a much calmer experience. If you are interested in fashion, admire the newest menswear fashion collections at Pitti Uomo.
Flight time from London: Approximately 2 hours
Nearest airport: Florence Peretola
Recommended private jet: Light - Phenom 300
Typical winter weather in Madrid comprises of crisp days, but bright blue and sunny skies. Whilst the temperature isn’t quite balmy, locals continue to sit out on street terraces throughout the winter months. The heavy dishes of Madrid’s speciality cuisine are best suited to enjoy during the cooler season, such as roast suckling pig. Much like most European cities, Madrid gets into the festive spirit with Christmas decorations and markets throughout the streets and plazas. For a cosy late night drink during the winter months, explore one of the many basement-caves in Madrid’s old centre.
Flight time from London: Approx 2 hours
Nearest airport: Madrid Barajas
Recommended private jet: Midsize - Citation XLS
Known for its subtropical climate, Madeira is ideal if you’re looking for somewhere a little warmer this winter. You will find the beaches and green scenery even more breath-taking without the crowds of peak season, but still enjoy the mild climate. The island is often frequented by the more active traveller, with extensive hiking and trail running along old aqueducts in the mountain. The surfing is also excellent, with the winter months often being the best time to enjoy the Portuguese waves. You can dolphin and whale watch all year round and are, in fact, more likely to see the rarer species at this time of year.
Flight time from London: Approx 3 hours 40 minutes
Nearest airport: Funchal
Recommended private jet: Super Midsize - Citation Sovereign
With the climate clinging to a pleasant 16 – 20 degrees over the winter months, the city of Seville is shaped by its relationship with the sun, most evidently in the modernist sculpture Metropol Parasol that covers the majority of one of the main squares. The city is vibrant with colour – December and January being the months when the iconic oranges are out in full force. The local food is exceptional and the classic tapas can be enjoyed in the warmth of an authentic tapas bar. Generally speaking, access to the popular attractions, such as the Cathedral and gardens of the Alcazar Palace, is much easier in the winter months.
Flight time from London: Approx 2 hours 20 minutes
Nearest airport: Seville
Recommended private jet: Midsize - Hawker 900XP
Offering pleasantly warm weather of 16 – 18 degrees during the winter, the Algarve will provide a welcome break to the bitterness of northern Europe. With a fascinating history and an abundance of Portuguese charm, the city centre has pedestrianised shopping streets and a peaceful feeling to the plazas. Nearby, there are exquisite beaches, cliffs and hiking trails to explore and enjoy.
Flight time from London: Approx 2 hours 40 minutes
Nearest airport: Faro
Recommended private jet: Midsize - Citation Latitude