Deals Of The Week: From Seville to Filoxenia
Sunday 19 June 2005
Depart from Doncaster Robin Hood Airport on 24 June for a week in Dalaman, Turkey, with Thomas Cook (0870-1111 111).
Book by 29 June for a weekend in Seville with Airline Network (0870-234 9916). It offers return flights and two nights' b&b at the Silken Al-Andalus Palace for travel before 20 July.
Depart from Doncaster Robin Hood Airport on 24 June for a week in Dalaman, Turkey, with Thomas Cook (0870-1111 111). The includes flights and self-catering accommodation based on four sharing.
Tapestry Holidays (020-8235 7766) is offering a week at the Villa Lav in Pula, Croatia, for departures on 28 June. The price includes return flights from Gatwick and b&b accommodation. Car hire costs an additional £50.
Citalia (0870-901 4014) is offering a week from 24 June at the Hotel Kings Residence in Palinuro in the heart of Italy's Cilento National Park, south of Naples. The trip includes return flights from Gatwick and half-board accommodation.
Is the price of a week from 1 July in the villa Chalina in Cal'n Blanes, Menorca, with Open Holidays (0845-881 2100). The villa sleeps six.
Filoxenia (01653 617755) is offering two weeks from 26 June in the Peloponnese. The price includes return flights from Gatwick, car hire and self-catering accommodation in a two-bedroom property at the Ilias Villas near Kamaria, based on four sharing.
Book by 25 June and experience the Kyoto Gion Festival on a 10-day escorted Japan's Cultural Treasures trip with Cox and Kings (020-7873 5000). The tour departs 15 July and the price includes return flights, transfers, b&b, some meals and excursions.
Prices correct at time of going to press and are per person based on two sharing, unless stated. Subject to availability
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