Deals of the Week: From Cork to the Cook Islands

From as little as...

From as little as...

£209...

Visit Cork, European Capital of Culture in 2005, with Bridge Travel (0870 191 7287). The price is valid for travel until 31 May and includes return flights and two nights' b&b.

£249...

Depart from Manchester for a week self-catering on the Costa Brava in L'Estartit, Balnes or Calella with Club Cantabrica (01727 866 177). The price includes return flights and transfers.

£375...

Catch some Mediterranean sun on the Greek island of Paxos with CV Travel (0870 606 0013). It has availability for a week at the Villa Illios for departures on 2 May. The price is based on six sharing the three-bedroom property and includes return flights from Gatwick, transfers.

£476...

African Safari Club (0845 345 0014) is offering 13 nights' full-board at the Shanzu Paradise Beach Hotel in Mombasa, Kenya, departing from Gatwick on 16 April. Flights and transfers included.

£490...

Depart any time in May for seven nights on the shores of Lake Maggiore with Inghams (020-8780 4433). The price includes return flights from Stansted, transfers and half-board accommodation.

£805...

Erna Low Body & Soul Holidays (020-7594 0290) is offering three nights at the Mardavall Hotel and Spa in Palma, Mallorca until 17 April. Flights, breakfasts and treatments are included.

£945...

Book by 22 April and depart on 22 May for a 12-day river cruise from Moscow to St Petersburg with Regent Holidays (0117-921 1711). The price includes return flights from Heathrow and all accommodation and meals.

£1,299...

Bridge the World (0870 814 6018) is offering 12 nights in the Cook Islands for departures until 12 June for bookings before 24 April. The price includes return flights from Heathrow, transfers, accommodation on Raratonga on a room-only basis and a day tour to Aitukati Island.

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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