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Feel like you haven't seen the sun for ages, and the only warmth you get is from the radiator? Don't wait for the summer and start planning your sunny vacation now! airBaltic offers flights to many cities where the sun shines (almost) all year round – from the French Riviera and Barcelona to Palma de Mallorca and Olbia. Read more.

Origin
Destination
Price
Stockholm
ARN
Round trip One-way
Athens
ATH
2 flights weekly
from May 1
Price from
69 €
One-way
Stockholm
ARN
Round trip One-way
Barcelona
BCN
3 flights weekly
all year round
Price from
79 €
One-way
Stockholm
ARN
Round trip One-way
Rome
FCO
5–6 flights weekly
all year round
Price from
69 €
One-way
Stockholm
ARN
Round trip One-way
Nice
NCE
3 flights weekly
from Mar 29
Price from
79 €
One-way
Stockholm
ARN
Round trip One-way
Rijeka
RJK
2 flights weekly
from May 29
Price from
85 €
One-way
Helsinki
HEL
Round trip One-way
Athens
ATH
2 flights weekly
from May 1
Price from
65 €
One-way
Helsinki
HEL
Round trip One-way
Rome
FCO
5–6 flights weekly
all year round
Price from
69 €
One-way
Helsinki
HEL
Round trip One-way
Milan
MXP
5–6 flights weekly
all year round
Price from
69 €
One-way
Helsinki
HEL
Round trip One-way
Nice
NCE
3 flights weekly
from Mar 29
Price from
79 €
One-way
Helsinki
HEL
Round trip One-way
Venice
VCE
2 flights weekly
from May 29
Price from
75 €
One-way
St Petersburg
LED
Round trip One-way
Rome
FCO
5–6 flights weekly
all year round
Price from
109 €
One-way
St Petersburg
LED
Round trip One-way
Thessaloniki
SKG
1 flight weekly
from June 2
Price from
109 €
One-way
St Petersburg
LED
Round trip One-way
Tel Aviv
TLV
2 flights weekly
all year round
Price from
99 €
One-way
Oslo
OSL
Round trip One-way
Athens
ATH
2 flights weekly
from May 1
Price from
75 €
One-way
Oslo
OSL
Round trip One-way
Dubrovnik
DBV
2 flights weekly
from May 23
Price from
95 €
One-way
Oslo
OSL
Round trip One-way
Rome
FCO
5–6 flights weekly
all year round
Price from
85 €
One-way
Oslo
OSL
Round trip One-way
Nice
NCE
3 flights weekly
from Mar 29
Price from
95 €
One-way
Oslo
OSL
Round trip One-way
Rijeka
RJK
2 flights weekly
from May 29
Price from
69 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Athens
ATH
Non-stop flight
2 flights weekly
from May 1
Price from
79 €
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Barcelona
BCN
Non-stop flight
3 flights weekly
all year round
Price from
89 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Catania
CTA
Non-stop flight
1 flight weekly
from May 11
Price from
99 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Dubrovnik
DBV
Non-stop flight
2 flights weekly
from May 23
Price from
109 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Rome
FCO
Non-stop flight
5–6 flights weekly
all year round
Price from
79 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Baku
GYD
Non-stop flight
2 flights weekly
from June 2
Price from
129 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Larnaca
LCA
Non-stop flight
1 flight weekly
all year round
Price from
125 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Madrid
MAD
Non-stop flight
3 flights weekly
from May 26
Price from
105 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Malta
MLA
Non-stop flight
2 flights weekly
from April 30
Price from
99 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Milan
MXP
Non-stop flight
5–6 flights weekly
all year round
Price from
59 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Nice
NCE
Non-stop flight
3 flights weekly
from Mar 29
Price from
95 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Odessa
ODS
Non-stop flight
2–4 flights weekly
from March 26
Price from
89 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Olbia
OLB
Non-stop flight
1 flight weekly
from May 20
Price from
99 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Palma de Mallorca
PMI
Non-stop flight
1 flight weekly
from May 28
Price from
115 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Rhodes
RHO
Non-stop flight
1 flight weekly
from June 2
Price from
115 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Rijeka
RJK
Non-stop flight
2 flights weekly
from May 29
Price from
85 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Thessaloniki
SKG
Non-stop flight
1 flight weekly
from June 2
Price from
69 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Tbilisi
TBS
Non-stop flight
2 flights weekly
all year round
Price from
99 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Tel Aviv
TLV
Non-stop flight
2 flights weekly
all year round
Price from
109 €
One-way
Riga
RIX
Round trip One-way
Venice
VCE
Non-stop flight
2 flights weekly
from May 29
Price from
95 €
One-way
Moscow
SVO
Round trip One-way
Athens
ATH
1 flight weekly
from June 2
Price from
89 €
One-way
Moscow
SVO
Round trip One-way
Barcelona
BCN
3 flights weekly
all year round
Price from
89 €
One-way
Moscow
SVO
Round trip One-way
Catania
CTA
2 flights weekly
from May 29
Price from
129 €
One-way
Moscow
SVO
Round trip One-way
Reykjavik
KEF
2 flights weekly
from May 29
Price from
199 €
One-way
Moscow
SVO
Round trip One-way
Milan
MXP
5–6 flights weekly
all year round
Price from
89 €
One-way
Moscow
SVO
Round trip One-way
Venice
VCE
2 flights weekly
from May 29
Price from
119 €
One-way
Tallinn
TLL
Round trip One-way
Athens
ATH
2 flights weekly
from May 1
Price from
89 €
One-way
Tallinn
TLL
Round trip One-way
Milan
MXP
5–6 flights weekly
all year round
Price from
69 €
One-way
Tallinn
TLL
Round trip One-way
Nice
NCE
3 flights weekly
from Mar 29
Price from
85 €
One-way
Tallinn
TLL
Round trip One-way
Rijeka
RJK
2 flights weekly
from May 29
Price from
79 €
One-way
Tallinn
TLL
Round trip One-way
Venice
VCE
2 flights weekly
from May 29
Price from
79 €
One-way
Vilnius
VNO
Round trip One-way
Athens
ATH
2 flights weekly
from May 1
Price from
69 €
One-way
Vilnius
VNO
Round trip One-way
Milan
MXP
5–6 flights weekly
all year round
Price from
55 €
One-way
Vilnius
VNO
Round trip One-way
Rijeka
RJK
2 flights weekly
from May 29
Price from
65 €
One-way
Vilnius
VNO
Round trip One-way
Thessaloniki
SKG
1 flight weekly
from June 2
Price from
75 €
One-way
Vilnius
VNO
Round trip One-way
Venice
VCE
2 flights weekly
from May 29
Price from
75 €
One-way
Fly airBaltic to the best beaches in Europe!

Nice, France

The French Riviera or Côte d'Azur is known for its unique flair, which comes from the close proximity of snow-capped mountains, the clear blue sea and the famous French joie de vivre. Famous artists such as Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso made the region their home and drew inspiration there. When you watch Alfred Hitchcock’s To Catch a Thief starring Grace Kelly or Anthony Zimmer starring Sophie Marceau, look at the background for a glimpse of Nice’s city vibe!

Our top picks:

 Nice’s beaches stretch 12 km along the Baie des Anges (Bay of Angels) right from the airport past the Old Town to the foot of Mont Boron. The beaches are composed of large pebbles called galets, which over the centuries have been brought down from the mountains by three rivers. After a day in the sun, walk along the beachside Promenade des Anglais and enjoy seafood and cocktails in the Old Town. 

 Cap d'Antibes. This famous cape features many sandy beaches. The most chic is La Garoupe, where F. Scott Fitzgerald's Tender is the Night is set. 

 The glittering bay at Villefranche-sur-Mer is one of the world's most majestic sights. The entire beachfront is open to the public and free of charge. 

  Cap Ferrat. This indented peninsula is studded with idyllic coves that look like private playgrounds for the cape’s famous inhabitants, but which are mostly open to the public. The most spectacular is Paloma Beach, a stretch of sand and gravel on the southeast side of the peninsula that opens onto the bay of Beaulieu-sur-Mer. As the beach faces east, it's perfect for early sunbathing. 

  Nice Jazz Festival 


Dubrovnik, Croatia

Also known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is a city of marble streets, shimmering waters and street performers on the Dalmatian coast. (Yes, this is also the place from where the famous dogs originate.) If you’re a fan of the TV show Game of Thrones, then Dubrovnik should be your summer destination of choice, because its city walls are among the main filming locations.

Our top picks:

  Neptun Beach. A Blue Flag beach with the most beautiful views of the Elafiti Islands, the open sea and Lapad Bay. 

  Plaža President (President beach). The name says it all. As a bonus, the picturesque island of Daksa is nearby. 

  Banje Beach. This divine pebble and sandy beach is conveniently located right by the city. 

  Lokrum Island. A wildlife reserve and botanical garden covered in thick Mediterranean flora that includes cypress, laurel, olive, magnolia and palm trees, as well as agave plants. 

  Dubrovnik Summer Festival 


Rijeka, Croatia

Rijeka means “river” in Croatian, so it is no surprise that this is a fluid and active place, waiting to be discovered by visitors from around the globe. Rijeka’s airport is actually located on the nearby island of Krk. With numerous marvellous beaches, Rijeka is a place for magical sunsets, preferably enjoyed together with a glass of local Malvazija wine.

Our top picks:

  Ploce. An award-winning Blue flag beach;

  Kostanj. One of the oldest beaches in Croatia, beside a promenade in Kostanj Bay filled with dazzling shops and cafés. 

  Preluk. Due to the early morning wind, this beach is a real paradise for windsurfers and sailors. 

  Opatija Riviera. A 12-kilometre-long seaside promenade with rich architecture that includes buildings in Renaissance, Gothic and Baroque styles.  

  The Summer Nights Festival features classical music concerts, plays and street theatre performances.


Rhodes, Greece

Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese Islands, covered in a web of sugar-cube houses spilling down to turquoise bays. The atmospheric Old Town of Rhodes is a maze of cobbled streets that spirit you back to the days of the Byzantine Empire. 

While strolling through history, make sure to visit the Valley of Butterflies and see the local breed of fallow deer.

Our top picks:

  Anthony Quinn Beach. The crystal-clear sea and gorgeous underwater scenery makes it one of the best places for snorkelling. 

  Faliraki Beach. Covered in golden sands, it offers dozens of colourful sunbeds, umbrellas and water sports facilities.  

  Kallithea. A cosmopolitan holiday resort bustling with hotels lining Faliráki Beach. The main attraction is the Roman Baths, a unique example of orientalised Art Deco from 1929. 

  Medieval Rose Festival. Throw yourself back in time in and participate in the Witches' and Fairies' Dance while watching fire-eaters, jugglers and jesters, all dressed in medieval costumes. 


Athens, Greece

The historical capital of European civilization offers a journey through Ancient Greece with splendid monuments such as the Acropolis, as well as breathtaking views. Psyri and Gazi Squares are famed for artists' spaces, galleries, fashionable bars and cosy restaurants with delicious food.

Our top picks:

  Fáliro, Flisvos Marina. An amazing view of the Saronic Gulf and plenty of water activities are why Fáliro is the ultimate summer hot spot for Athenians. 

  Vouliagmeni. One of the best-organized beaches, Vouliagmeni offers all types of beach facilities, including tennis and volleyball courts, a play area for children, a water slide, individual cabins and a restaurant.  

  Hellenic Festival and Epidaurus Festival. Open-air theatre, opera, classical music and dance. 


Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Pure sand and crystal-clear water plus never-ending nightlife. The city’s vast cathedral is a major architectural landmark and a must-see. Enjoy boat trips, wine-tasting at local vineyards and visit the Palma Aquarium, which boasts the deepest shark tank in Europe.

Our top picks:

  Cala Mayor Beach. A Blue Flag beach where the water is calm most of the time, though when conditions are right, surfable waves also beckon. The Luabay Beach Club is right on the shorefront for cocktails, DJ music, lunch and dinner. 

  Port de Soller is a wonderful little village situated in one of Mallorca’s most beautiful horseshoe harbours. Surrounded by the Tramuntana Mountains, this town has the best of both worlds, offering magnificent mountain scenery together with a sea view.

  S'Amarador. If you are willing to travel a little bit further, then this beach is worth the effort. A quiet and peaceful spot surrounded by pine trees with a magnificent view. 

  Nit de Foc. Translated as “Night of Fire”, this event takes place on Midsummer's Eve, when bonfires are lit to mark the beginning of Mallorca’s summer fiestas.  


Barcelona, Spain

Exquisite Catalan cuisine, fabulous architecture, afternoon strolls down La Rambla and the Modernist Park Güell by Antoni Gaudí are only a few of the highlights of Barcelona, a city that everyone seems to fall in love with.

Our top picks:

 Sant Sebastià Beach is favoured by the locals and is the oldest and most traditional beach. Its sports clubs offer various nautical activities. 

 La Barceloneta. This excellent spot has two beaches, one at each end. Passeig Maritim Beach is near the Olympic Port, while the aforementioned Sant Sebastiá Beach is near the Port of Barcelona. 

 Mar Bella Beach is a must for those who like water sports. Here you’ll enjoy windsurfing, sea kayaks and more. 

 Sónar Festival or International Festival of Advanced Music and New Media Art. 

 Festival Jardins de Pedralbes. A  series of outdoor summer concerts in the Jardins del Palau de Pedralbes (Gardens of the Pedralbes Royal Palace). 


Venice, Italy

Venice’s maze of canals makes it a truly unique city. Try afternoon aperativi and cicheti (the city's answer to tapas) on colourful Murano or Burano islands.

Our top picks:

 Lido. A 12-kilometre-long stretch of beach with a marina and numerous other attractions, including restaurants, shops and kids' playgrounds.  

 Caorle. An attractive seaside village divided between the Ponente and Levante sides. It is over 15 kilometres long and offers both private and public beaches.  

 72nd Venice International Film Festival

 56th International Art Exhibition La Biennale


Olbia, Italy

Olbia is located in the northeastern part of Sardinia. The island is a paradise for gourmets and the seafood is particularly special. We recommend the malloreddus (Sardinian gnocchi) and fregula (a small pasta-like couscous) together with prawns and mussels in a fish sauce. Besides, Sardinia’s northeastern coast is a favoured and formerly secret vacation getaway for world-famous celebrities who want to get away from it all. 

Our top picks:

 Spiaggia del Principe (Principe Beach). Situated within the Costa Smeralda and known as a holiday spot for the international jet-set. It stands out with a turquoise sea and a sandy beach with few rocks, along with shallow water that is suitable for children. 

 Cala Corsara. Located south of Spargi Island and reachable only by sea, this is definitely one of the most spectacular beaches on the island. 

 Porto Istana Beach lies on a stretch of coast that is one of the most beautiful in Sardinia and that is lapped by an emerald-green sea opposite the Island of Tavolara. 

 Cala Brandinchi. Nicknamed Tahiti due to the bright colours of the sea, this beach is surrounded by dunes and pine forests. 

 Gulf of Orosei. If you have more time to spend and want the combination of wild nature and picturesque beaches, then head south to the province of Nuoro, where you will find the Gennargentu massif (highest point 1834 m). Many pristine stretches of coastal sand can be reached only by hiking in or by boat. The best-known beaches are Berchida, Cala Luna, Cala Goloritze, Cala Sisine and Cala Biriola

 L’Estate Olbiese. A cultural festival that includes concerts, performances, readings and cabarets. 


Thessaloniki, Greece

Explore the Byzantine age and other historical periods in this Greek coastal city. Enjoy lazy days strolling around Tsimiski, the main shopping street, and end the day with romantic views that extend as far as Mount Olympus.

Our top picks:

 Perea Beach. Very well organized, with great nightlife and lovely nature all around. 

 Aretsou Beach. A recommended stretch of sand close to Thessaloniki and edged with cafés, bars and good facilities. A marina is close by, so there are often boats to watch sailing by while you take in the sun. 

 Galaxias Beach. This popular Blue Flag beach is in a four-star resort alongside the villages of Agia Triada and Nei Epivates. 

 Reworks International Music Festival. Over three days, different venues host DJs from various countries, with electronic music playing forth in public squares and clubs. 


Larnaca, Cyprus

Visit Larnaka, a magical blend of past and present, where the sandy beach life and the magnificent natural environment meet the historical and traditional elements of the local culture. Take your pick:A medieval castle, a neolithic settlement, Byzantine churches and museums, popular promenades and squares as well as a beautiful salt lake to stroll by. Alternatively, take a dive into the clear waters and admire the Zenobia wreck, one of the top 10 wreck dive sites worldwide . You will never be out of things to do and see in Larnaca!

Our top picks:

 Phinikoudes. One of the most famous beaches in Cyprus. The main road, Athenon Avenue, is planted with palm trees, green areas and colourful flowers that add to the magnificent scenery. 

 CTO Beach. Also known as Pyla Beach, it is a favourite among families, with a playground area for children, as well as volleyball, handball, water sports and other facilities. Numerous seaside restaurants offer great Cypriot cuisine. 

 McKenzie Beach. Lie down in the fine grey sand of this a Blue Flag beach or bathe in the water and watch the planes as they come in to land at the airport. It is also a lovely place for a meal, with a long line of restaurants parallel to the beach that offer great views and fine dining. 

 Larnaca Summer Festival. This annual festival provides both outdoor and indoor concerts and lots of other entertainment at various town venues, including the courtyard of Larnaca’s medieval fort and the Pattichion Municipal Amphitheatre.

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