Travel Challenge: Ibiza
Saturday 28 May 2011
Every week we invite three competing companies to give us their best deal for a specific holiday. Today, a week in Ibiza, departing mid-June. Prices are per person, based on two sharing...
£289: El Pinar Apartments, Santa Eulalia
Includes easyJet flights from Gatwick departing 14 June, transfers and self-catering accommodation in a studio apartment on the east coast. The accommodation has a pool and overlooks Cala Llonga beach. "This is a great value-for-money deal staying at quality self-catering accommodation in a quieter part of Ibiza," says Caroline Hays of Hays Travel (0800 4084048; haystravel.co.uk).
On the Beach
£358: Hotel Gran Sol, San Antonio
Includes flights from Stansted departing 15 June, transfers and half-board accommodation. "The Hotel Gran Sol is a firm favourite among British holidaymakers and is good value for money," says Alistair Daly at On the Beach. "It has a pool and is located in a quiet corner of the resort, a short walk from Calo d'es Moro beach, making it perfect for both couples and families." (0871 911 0202; onthebeach.co.uk)
£555: Hotel Marina Panorama, Es Cana
Includes Thomson flights from Gatwick on 17 June, transfers and half-board accommodation in this eastern resort. "This adults-only hotel is the perfect Ibiza getaway for a couple looking to relax and take advantage of the range of facilities available, such as the large swimming pool," says Katharine Goring of Thomson. "The hotel is a minute's walk from the beach and less than five minutes from the shops, bars and restaurants in the heart of Es Cana." (0871 231 3235; thomson.co.uk)
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