Deals Of The Week: From Dublin to Bali
Sunday 08 April 2007
Leave from London Heathrow on 26 April for a two-night break in Dublin with Opodo (0871 277 0090; opodo.co.uk). The price includes return flights and two nights' b&b at the Trinity Capital Hotel.
Depart on 13 May for a week in a one-bedroom apartment in Porto Vecchio, Corsica, with Corsican Places (0845 330 2113; corsica.co.uk). The price includes return flights from London, car hire and seven nights' self-catering.
Between 13 and 30 April, Keyplaces (0845 688 0833; keyplaces.co.uk) is offering a week at the Quinta Mae dos Homens in Madeira. The price is for seven nights' self-catering accommodation. Flights cost extra.
Join Andalucian Adventures (01453 834 137; andalucian-adventures.co.uk) for a seven-night guided walking holiday in the Subbetica National Park. The trip departs on 13 May and the price includes airport transfers, full-board accommodation, guiding on all walks and excursions. Flights cost extra.
Until 30 April, Premier Holidays (0870 889 0812; premierholidays.co.uk) is offering an 11-night holiday in Singapore and Bali. The price includes return flights from London, transfers, and room-only accomodation.
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