Ten Top May half-term deals
Sunday 15 May 2011
1. Italian Adriatic: Seven nights in a Maxi Tent, sleeping up to six, at Camping Residence Village with Canvas Holidays (canvasholidays. co.uk) costs £134 in total, including return ferry crossings.
2. Corsica: Coastline Villas (coastline.co.uk) is offering Villa Supranu from £312 per person for a week, the price is based on eight people sharing.
3. Greek Islands: Ionian Island Holidays (ionianislandholidays. com) is offering seven nights' self- catering in a one-bed apartment on Kefalonia for £525 per adult and £471 per child, based on three sharing, including flights, transfers and car hire.
4. Egypt: Get a seven-night stay at the four-star all-inclusive Sharm Plaza in Sharm el-Sheikh for £539 per adult and £399 per child, with Red Sea Holidays (redseaholidays.co.uk).
5. Brittany: Rent a two-bed apartment at Port Crouesty, Brittany, sleeping up to seven, for a week for £561 in total, with Pierre & Vacances (pierreetvacances.co.uk).
6. Canada: Take a six-night break in Toronto from £699 per adult and £478 per child, based on four sharing a room at the Sheraton Centre Hotel, with Canadian Affair (canadianaffair.com).
7. Turkey: Enjoy a week's B&B with Thomas Cook Holidays With Style (thomascookstyle.com) at the three-star Sunny Beach in Bodrum for £719 per family of three.
8. Costa del sol: British Airways (ba.com/malaga) is offering five nights' room only at the three-star Sol Andalusi Health and Spa Resort, Malaga, Spain, from £797 in total for two adults and one child, including flights.
9. Mauritius: Best At Travel (bestattravel.co.uk) has a week at Beau Rivage from £1,699 per adult and £999 per child under 12, based on four sharing a junior suite, flights and "Harmony All Inclusive" accommodation.
10. Italian lakes: Stay at the four-star Hotel Parchi del Garda in the Italian lakes for £1,829 in total for a family of three, including flights and a week's B&B, through Citalia (citalia.com).
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