Deals Of The Week: From Tuscany to Tunisia
Sunday 21 January 2007
Stay in an apartment at La Madonnina, near Castiglion Fiorentino in Tuscany for three nights and enjoy the annual carnival, with Cottages to Castles (01622 775236; cottagestocastles.com). Price is per person, based on four people travelling and includes Ryanair flights from Stansted to Pisa and four days' car hire. Departs 9 February.
Snorkel and scuba dive in Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt at the five-star Crown Plaza with Cadogan Holidays (02380 828313; cadoganholidays.com). Offer includes return flights with BA, private transfers and seven nights' b&b. Departs 27 January, book by 23 January
The Escape is a brand new villa for two near Fiscardo on the unspoiled northern peninsula of Cephalonia. Exclusive Escapes (020-8605 3500; exclusiveescapes.co.uk) offers seven nights' self-catering including return flights from Heathrow or Manchester, transfers and a private motor boat for the day. Offer is valid throughout May.
Spend half term in a Bedouin camp in the desert and at Luke Skywalker's house (a troglodyte cave hotel) in Tunisia with The Adventure Company (0845 459 5316; adventurecompany.co.uk). Offer includes return flights from Heathrow, eight nights' accommodation, some meals, and the services of a group leader. Departs 17 February.
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