Deals Of The Week: From Northumberland to Krakow

From as little as

From as little as

£169...

Spend the next bank holiday biking around Northumberland with Explore (0870 333 4001). The trip departs on 27 May and the price includes two nights' b&b in an historic inn, cycle notes and a support vehicle.

£194...

Depart from Glasgow on 16 May for a weekend in Prague with Opodo (0871 277 0091). It is offering return flights and three nights' accommodation with breakfast.

£279...

Tapestry Holidays (020-8235 7788) is offering savings of up to £280 per person on seven nights at the Kommeno Apartments in Corfu. The price is for departures on 15 May and includes return flights from Gatwick or Manchester, self-catering accommodation and a welcome hamper.

£389...

Combine three nights in Krakow with two nights in Warsaw with Fregata Travel (020-7420 7305). It is offering outward flights on 22 May from Gatwick to Krakow and return flights from Warsaw to Heathrow, rail travel and five nights' b&b.

£399...

Book by 12 May and join Headwater's (01606 720 199) Valleys and Volcanoes walk, departing 26 June, through the Massif Central, France. Ferry crossings for a car and up to three passengers, transfers, seven nights' full-board and five guided walks are included. A flight option is available for £538.

£535...

Learn to sail on a flotilla cruise around the Ionian Sea in Greece with Sunvil Sailing (020-8758 4780). The trip, which departs on 22 or 29 May includes return flights from Gatwick, transfers, accommodation on board, some meals and tuition.

£699...

Depart on 18 May from Gatwick for two weeks at the Brisas Guardalavaca resort in Cuba with Hayes and Jarvis (0870 850 3565). The price includes flights and all-inclusive accommodation.

£949...

British Airways Holidays (0870 243 3406) is offering seven nights at the Sugar Beach resort in Mauritius for travel before 30 June. The price includes return flights from Heathrow, transfers and half-board.

£1,035...

Turquoise Holidays (0870 443 4177) is offering a seven night gourmet break combining Cape Town and the Winelands for departures before 30 June. The price includes return flights, car hire and seven nights' room-only accommodation.

£1,349...

Discover some of Peru's magical attractions such as Colca Canyon, Lake Titicaca and Machu Picchu on a two week escorted itinerary with The Adventure Company (01420 541 007). The price of the trip, which departs on 14 May, includes return flights, transfers, 12 nights' b&b and the services of a guide.

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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