Travel Challenge: October half-term in Sardinia
Saturday 15 October 2011
Every week, we invite three companies to offer us their best deal for a specific holiday. Today: a week in Sardinia during October half-term. Prices are for a family of four; all include flights from the UK on Sunday 23 October.
£3,924: Lantana Resort & Residence, Pula
Includes easyJet flights from Stansted to Cagliari, with car hire and half-board accommodation at the hotel. "Set in extensive grounds, Lantana is also just a short drive away from the exquisite sandy beach at Nora and the attractions of southern Sardinia," says Jenny Adams of Sardinian Places. (0845 330 2050; sardinianplaces.co.uk)
£2,316: Lantana Resort & Residence, Pula
Includes easyJet flights from Stansted to Cagliari, car hire and a self-catering apartment in Pula, with use of the hotel facilities including swimming pool. "The Lantana is a delightful hotel and residence within walking distance of the town of Pula and 1km from the beach," says Alison Nurse from Just Sardinia. "It's great value for a family half-term holiday and an opportunity to catch some late summer sun." (01202 484858; justsardinia.co.uk).
£3,539: Hotel Baia di Nora, Nora
Includes BA flights from Gatwick to Cagliari, transfers and half board. "A holiday to Sardinia represents great value," says Yasmin Sethna of Citalia. "There's plenty to entertain children and adults alike including visiting the archaeological ruins of nearby Nora, shopping in Cagliari, playing tennis at the hotel or exploring the golden beaches of the southern coast." (0844 415 1987; citalia.com)
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