Ten Top... Easter getaways
Sunday 03 April 2011
1 Britain: Celebrate Easter at Turnberry (luxurycollection.com/ turnberry) on the Scottish coast, where rooms cost £135 per night for a special seven-night stay.
2 Spain: La Manga Club (lamanga club.com), near Murcia, will run child-friendly events this Easter. A family of four gets seven nights' B&B for the price of six, at €1,882, (£1,650) for two adjoining rooms.
3 France: Head to the Restanques du Golfe Resort de Saint Tropez with Pierre & Vacances (pv-holidays .com). A two-bed apartment, sleeping six, costs £520 in total.
4 Italy: Keycamp (keycamp.co.uk) has seven nights for two adults and up to four children at the Norcenni Girasole Club, 20 miles from Florence, for £175 in total, accommodation only.
5 Belgium: The Hotel Amigo (roccofortecollection.com /packages) in Brussels has a two-night "Eggstrordinary Easter Package" featuring chocolate-themed family fun. Book a classic room to get 50 per cent off a second adjacent room. From £385.
6 Austria: Go skiing with Zenith Holidays (zenithholidays.co.uk). Four nights at the Hotel Bergjuwel costs £530 per person, when two adults and two under-11s share, with flights and half-board.
7 Croatia: The Dubrovnik Sun Gardens (dubrovniksungardens .com), near the city, is offering a double room with sea view, Easter dinner and kids club, from €255 (£225) per person for three nights.
8 Rhodes: Witness a Greek Easter on Rhodes. Expedia (expedia.co.uk) has six nights from £508 per person, for two adults and two children sharing, with flights and room-only at the Ixian Grand.
9 Northern Cyprus: Try a new eight-day family holiday to the island with the Adventure Company (adventurecompany.co.uk), from £789 per adult and £729 per child, with flights and B&B.
10 Turkey: Exclusive Escapes (exclusiveescapes.co.uk) is offering seven nights B&B at the Kalkan Regency from £540 per person sharing, including flights.
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