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Hello Sunshine: 25 of the Coolest Words to Describe Summer

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Hello Sunshine: 25 of the Coolest Words to Describe Summer

It’s that time of the year again when we say goodbye to long sleeves and boots, and hello to flip flops and swimsuits. It’s summer!

 Summer also means that it’s time to show off to your friends and let them know how much fun you’re having.

Words to describe summer often fall short of the actual experiences and the memories made, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t give it a try.

 Coming up blank with your words to describe summer? It happens to the best of us.



You can always count on us to pick up where you fall short.

Here are 25 of the coolest words to describe summer, and examples of how you can use them in a conversation or as a caption on social media.

 

Words to Describe Summer: On Vacation in Another Country

 
When you’re in another country for your summer vacation, you need certain words to describe summer there.
 
These words should capture how you feel, describe your surroundings and, of course, make everyone else wish they were there.
 
Here are 15 words to describe summer vacation spent aboard.
 

01Amazing
 
Amazing is a fun and simple word to use. It means that everything you are experiencing there is perfect or has exceeded your expectations.

 

E.g. My summer in Bali was simply amazing. I met so many cool people and did the most awesome things!

 

E.g. Who knew the most amazing summer vacation was waiting for me in Barbados #islandlife

 

02Breezy
 
Breezy is a good word to describe a summer spent in the cool shade and cool breeze. It means that the weather was fair, or that the people there were easy-going.

 

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E.g. Argentina wasn’t too hot, and it wasn’t too cold. It was a pretty breezy summer for me.

 

E.g. They don’t call Chicago the windy city for nothing! Cheers to a breezy summer.

 

03Cloudless
 
A cloudless summer is one that is sunny all season long, with only a few showers of rain.
 
This is a great word to describe summer since it will let your friends or followers know that the weather was great and that you were probably out having fun every day.

 

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E.g. It was a cloudless vacation. Let’s just say I wore crop tops and shorts all summer long!

 

E.g. Another cloudless summer day means tans and tequila! #summervacationinHawaii

 

04Dreamy
 
When you say something is dreamy, you mean that it’s so magical and breathtaking that it seems unreal. Use this word to describe your summer vacation on an island paradise.

 

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E.g. It was as if it was taken from a movie, no a dream. I’ll never forget my dreamy summer in Paris.

 

E.g. Boat rides in Venice, dinner near the Eiffel Tower and Wine tasting in Spain. My European summer vacation has been dreamy.

 

05Exotic
 
An exotic vacation is one that was spent in a country far from home where the landscape is mostly lush, green vegetation. It can have beautiful white sand beaches and the most diverse locals and cuisine.

 

E.g. I had the most exotic summer vacation on a little island in Polynesia.

 

E.g. Somewhere on an exotic island in the Pacific sippin’ mimosas #sunkissed #beachlife

 

06Heavenly
 
Heaven is a place where there are no worries. Everything is easy going, and you get everything you want.
 
Heavenly is a great word to describe a vacation that fits these criteria because it lets others know that it was a one-of-a-kind and that you found great pleasure in being there.

 

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E.g. Oh, Puerto Rico was divine! The ocean side villas were to die for and the sunsets were heavenly!

 

E.g. A heavenly summer vacay in the mountains of Peru. #breathtaking #views

 

07Idyllic
 
The word idyllic can be used to describe somewhere that is beautiful and picturesque. It can also be used to express feelings of happiness or bliss felt because of being in that type of surroundings.

 

E.g. I spent my summer in this tiny house on a cliff in Iceland with the most idyllic coastline.

 

E.g. Loving my getaway with friends and family at the most idyllic summer home in Greece #jetlife

 

08Leisurely
 
Leisurely is a great word to use to describe a slow-paced, relaxing summer vacation, spent lounging and was free of responsibility and obligations.
 
It is good to use this word if you spent your summer on a retreat or resort in another country.

 

E.g. I stayed at the Holiday Inn Resort for two weeks. It was the most leisurely summer I’ve ever had.

 

E.g. I had a blast at the Rio Grande! A much-needed leisurely summer break! #hammock #suntan #sand

 

09Magnificent
 
Something magnificent is extremely beautiful, good, wonderful, or impressive. It is something that commands attention and deserves admiration.
 
It is the perfect word to use to describe a summer holiday spent somewhere with breathtaking views and great adventures and experiences.

 

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E.g. Colombia was magnificent! I had the time of my life this summer.

 

E.g. Sad to say goodbye to my magnificent summer home. Till next time Colombia xo

 

10Paradise
 
When you hear the word paradise, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Do you think palm trees and white sand? How about mixed drinks and island music?
 
When you this word to describe your summer, that is exactly the image that will pop up in the minds of your friends and family, making it one of the best words to describe summer abroad.

 

E.g. Summer in Bora Bora is paradise! You have to come with me on my next trip.

 

E.g. My summer was paradise, I’ll sea you soon!

 

11Relaxing
 
If you say your summer is relaxing, you mean that it was easy-going, stressfree, and took your mind off the hustle and bustle of your daily life.

 

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E.g. It was the most relaxing summer of my life. I feel so refreshed.

 

E.g. I need to do this more often. My summer vacation was so relaxing.

 

12Sensational
 
A sensational vacation is one that was full of excitement. Here, you did many adventurous and outgoing activities, and it was a blast.

 

E.g. I spent my summer backpacking through Europe. It was sensational!

 

E.g. Somewhere in Cuba my vacation beau is reminiscing on our sensational summer fling.

 

13Short
 
Short can be used to describe a summer that went by so quickly because it was so fun. It is good to use because it shows that you wish you had more time to spend there.

 

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E.g. I had a blast this summer. Too bad it was so short.

 

E.g. Time flies when you’re having fun. Throwback to my short summer. #tbt #takemeback

 

14Tropical
 
Tropical summers are those that are spent on an island somewhere with year-round sun, white sand, and clear seas. This is a great word to use because it will paint that picture in their heads.

 

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E.g. I wanted a tropical summer, so I went to the Dominican Republic with two of my best buds. It was totally worth it.

 

E.g. Somewhere tropical… #beachlife #its5pmsomewhere #margaritas

 

15Unforgettable
 
This is a great word to use when you made many memories on your summer vacation or tried things for the first time. You could also use it to refer to the people you met there.

 

E.g. Going up to Josh’s parent’s beach house was the best idea I’ve had all year. It was the most unforgettable summer ever.

 

E.g. Cheers to the most unforgettable summer with the love of my life #baecation #coupleswhotravel

 

Words to describe summer: When you spend it at home

 
Spending summer at home doesn’t mean it was boring. In fact, you could’ve had the time of your life with your friends, family, and neighbors.
 
Use any of these words to describe summer spent at home:
 

16Active
 
An active summer is one where you went out a lot, hung out with a lot of people, and I even accomplished a few things.
 
It shows that you weren’t just cooped up at home and that you were pretty busy.

 

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E.g. I spent it at home, but this summer was pretty active for me.

 

E.g. Even in the searing heat, I had an active summer.

 

17Carefree
 
A carefree summer is one where you were free of all responsibilities and obligations and just went with the flow.
 
You didn’t make any plans, and you didn’t stress about anything, but you still ended up having a good time.

 

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E.g. I didn’t work this summer, so it was pretty carefree.

 

E.g. Young, Wild, and Carefree this summer!

 

18Endless
 
An endless summer is one that seemed to go on forever and ever. Now that doesn’t mean that it was boring, it just means that you had all the time in the world to do anything you wanted.

 

E.g. This summer seemed endless. I saw all my friends, did everything I wanted to, and I still had time to laze about.

 

E.g. Back at work thinking about my endless summer.

 

19Free
 
A free summer is one where you were allowed to do whatever you wanted without fear of consequences or repercussions.
 
You had no work, no school, and did pretty much whatever you wanted.

 

E.g. My parents were in South Korea and left me in charge of my brothers. Let’s just I had a free summer.

 

E.g. I miss my free summer. School sucks!

 

20Fun
 
A fun summer is filled with activities you enjoy doing, such as hanging out with friends, doing your favorite hobbies, watching your favorite shows, going to concerts, seeing movies, and so much more.

 

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E.g. This is the most fun summer I’ve ever had. I can’t wait to do it all again next year.

 

E.g. Girls just wanna have a fun summer! #gno #besties

 

21Lazy
 
A lazy summer is one where you did absolutely nothing but stayed inside to watch movies or binge-watch your favorite TV shows.
 
Using this word paints a picture of you in bed, snacking it up and just having a good time by yourself.

 

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E.g. It was a lazy summer for me. I spend 90% of it in bed.

 

E.g. Lazy summers are the best summers for couch potatoes like me! #season8 #GoT

 

22Peaceful
 
Summer at home when everyone’s gone out of town for vacation? Sounds pretty peaceful.
 
The peace and quiet, no one to disturb you, and maybe even the ability to walk around in your underpants can make it the best summer ever.

 

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E.g. The kids were away at camp this year, and my wife spent a few weeks at her parent’s house. It was the most peaceful summer I’d ever had.

 

E.g. Blue skies, cold lemonade, and warm nights and gave me a peaceful summer.

 

23Perfect
 
The perfect summer is what you decide. It could be fishing with your grandpa at the lake, sharing a beer with your father on the deck every afternoon, making cookies with your mother, or going clubbing with your friends.

 

E.g. This summer was perfect. I had a lot of fun with my family in the countryside.

 

E.g. Nothing could make my summer more #perfect.

 

24Restful
 
A restful summer is one where you got a much-needed break from your busy life and finally got time to catch up on the things you enjoy, such as a hobby. It means that your summer was decided to mind and body wellness.

 

E.g. My summer was above all very restful. I took some time to focus on my physical and mental health.

 

E.g. I’m glad I could have a restful summer cause man, it was overdue.

 

25Sunny
 
A sunny summer is pretty self-explanatory. It means that the sun was out most days, so you had the opportunity to go outside in your summer outfits having fun.
 
Sunny can also refer to your state of being. In this case, it would mean that you were happy or cheery.

 

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E.g. I was outside almost every day. It was a sunny summer.

 

E.g. Take me back to long, sunny summer days when I had no care in the world #fastforwardtojuneplease #vacationneeded

 

Lastly

 
Found the perfect words to describe summer vacation yet? Then get ready to make everyone jealous of the time you had this year!
 
Happy summer!


 

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