Good to go: BA, Turkey, Grenada
Wednesday 29 June 2011
BA Summer Sale
BA's summer sale starts tomorrow, and ends on 12 July. Highlights include returns from Heathrow to Cape Town from £599 (7 July-7 December) and Gatwick to Tampa (pictured) from £361 (24 October-6 December). Holiday deals range from two-night, four-star breaks from Heathrow to Barcelona for £179, to all-inclusive week-long Jamaican escapes from Gatwick for £729 (12-26 September and 24 October-21 November). www.ba.com
A taste of Turkey
The Turkish resort of Kalkan is a fine choice for a summer break. Placed between the Taurus mountains and Mediterranean, it boasts bustling restaurants and sparkling sea views. Anatolian Sky Holidays has a two-week break at the Rhapsody Hotel (pictured above) for £435 per person, including breakfast, with return charter flights departing from Birmingham to Dalaman on 6 July, and transfers. www.anatoliansky.co.uk
Caribbean spa escape
Tropical Sky is offering a week-long stay at LaSource, a luxury spa resort on the Caribbean island of Grenada. The all-inclusive accommodation package offers six holistic spa treatments, yoga, pilates and Tai Chi for £1,359, including return flights from Gatwick. Available for selected departures between 31 August and 28 September; the deal must be booked by 15 July. www.tropicalsky.co.uk
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