South of France: Travel challenge
Where to go and what to see
Friday 11 July 2014
Each week, we invite three companies to offer us their best deal for a specific break. This week: a September getaway to the South of France. Prices are per person, based on two people travelling together. Each includes a week's accommodation and flights from the UK in early September.
£378 - easyJet Holidays
Includes easyJet flights from Gatwick to Nice on 3 September and room-only at the Suite Novotel Cannes Centre. "For those wanting to explore glamorous Cannes, this four-star is walking distance from both city and beach," says Mandy Round (0843 104 1000; easyjet.com).
£397 - Expedia .co.uk
Includes Ryanair flights from Stansted to Marseille on 2 September and room-only at the New Hotel of Marseille. "This hotel is in the heart of Marseille, a five-minute walk from the Old Port, the city centre and beach," says Andy Washington (0800 783 2384; expedia.co.uk).
£749 - Kuoni
Includes BA flights from Gatwick to Nice on 2/3 September, transfers and B&B at the Clarion Grand Hotel Aston. "In the heart of Nice, this four-star has a rooftop pool and bar, five minutes from the beach and Old Town," says Nicky Betts (01306 747008; kuoni.co.uk).
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