Travel Challenge: Morocco
Friday 02 March 2012
Each week we invite three companies to give us their best deal for a specific holiday. Today: a week in Morocco for a family of four during the Easter holiday. All prices include flights from the UK.
£3,715: Mazagan Beach Resort, El Jadida
Includes BMI flights from Heathrow to Casablanca on 31 March, transfers and accommodation with breakfast at the Mazagan Beach Resort. "The resort boasts an array of facilities to entertain both children and adults. There are three different kids' clubs for children of all ages and adults can take advantage of the spa, 18-hole golf course, stunning pool and choice of seven restaurants," says Jemma Purvis of Kuoni (01306 747008; kuoni.co.uk).
£1,935: Hotel El Andalous, Marrakech
Includes easyJet flights from Gatwick to Marrakech on 31 March and half-board accommodation at the Hotel El Andalous. "This deluxe hotel is located in the heart of Marrakech, overlooking the Atlas Mountains, and close to the city's historic mosques, museums and markets," says Mandy Round of easyJet Holidays. "It has three restaurants, a pool, sauna and tennis courts that will keep you entertained throughout your family holiday." (0843 104 1000; holidays.easyjet.com)
£2,984: RIU Tikida Beach, Agadir
Includes Thomson Airways flights from Gatwick to Agadir on 2 April, transfers and all-inclusive accommodation at the RIU Tikida Beach. "This is a great deal for a property which has something for everyone, from afternoons by the pool to active days on one of our excursions. Agadir is the perfect place to take in the magical delights Morocco has to offer," says Tariq Khan of Thomson (0871 231 4691; thomson.co.uk)
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