With the summer season slowly winding down, those warm and sunny days will be soon over. It has been scientifically proven that people tend to be happier and more relaxed in places with more sunshine, so it should come as no surprise that more and more people from countries with cold climates are seeking foreign refuges that offer nice, warm, and sunny weather all year round. Many British and Scandinavian people, for example, rent or even buy houses and apartments in Spain, Italy, Bulgaria, Greece, and other Southern European and Mediterranean destinations to escape from the notoriously cold, rainy, and depressive weather they have in their home countries. Similarly, people living in the northern US states buy properties in Florida, California, and the Caribbean to enjoy the sunshine they are deprived of in their cold hometowns. If you are one of those who love the sun but live in a place where it does not shine much, you should check out this post as it features 25 Sunniest Places You Might Want To Visit. From major US cities such Phoenix and Sacramento to Greek islands and African towns hidden in the Sahara Desert, all of these 25 sun spots bask in an extremely high number of sunshine hours.
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