Great Getaways: Ionian isles, luxury Dubai, Sardinia and twin-centre Thailand
Sunday 10 June 2012
Cruise around the Ionian isles of Greece this summer on a week-long flotilla holiday with Neilson. The price is £889 per person, based on two people sharing a self-catering Dufour 325 yacht. You'll travel as part of a larger group of boats and see Corfu, Cephalonia and several other islands along the way. Flights are with Thomas Cook from Gatwick to Preveza on 22 July (neilson.co.uk).
Travelbag has three nights' half-board at the opulent Atlantis hotel on The Palm for £639 per person. The resort has 19 restaurants, an aquarium and dive centre, and a hair-raising waterpark. The deal includes Air France flights from Heathrow via Paris for travel in August, when booked by 12 June (travelbag.co.uk).
Cresta Holidays has a week at the Grand Relais dei Nuraghi Hotel on Sardinia's upmarket Costa Smeralda (Emerald Coast) for £649 per person. The hotel has stunning views of the Maddalena archipelago from its pool, plush rooms, a fine-dining restaurant and fragrant gardens. The package includes Meridiana flights from Gatwick to Olbia on 15 September and half board (crestaholidays.co.uk).
Bridge the World has a trip which combines time on the beach in Krabi with a city break in Bangkok for £699 per person. The package includes Thai Airways flights from Heathrow on 2 September, a week's B&B at the Krabi Cha-Da, internal flights to the capital, and three nights' room-only accommodation at the Royal President Hotel. Book by this Tuesday, 12 June (bridgetheworld.co.uk).
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