Since most people are thinking about going back to work or school in September, it tends to be a lot quieter with fewer crowds and plenty of sunshine. Even the most popular holiday destinations are more peaceful at this time of year and you’ll still get to enjoy a beautiful warm climate. While the weather starts to cool back home, September falls within high season for many places, including Orlando, Cuba and the Dominican Republic. Exchange the wet and cold weather at home for glorious sunshine and high temperatures. Most of Europe is quite hot, with beaches offering gentle sea breezes, mild waters and warm weather throughout the month. If you’re thinking about making the summer last longer, take a look at our list of destinations that reveal where’s hot in September. We’ve considered everything, from the number of sunshine hours per day to temperature averages and humidity, giving you the best possible information to help make the big decision.