Tips and deals of the week: 05/09/2010
Sunday 05 September 2010
Cut-price yoga in Greece
Save 25 per cent on a holiday at the Yoga Retreat, Crete, led by Amy Redler. Price £330 per person, including half-board and daily yoga classes.
Go to freespirituk.com
Free night at Martinhal
Martinhal Beach Resort and Hotel in Portugal is offering five nights for the price of four in a two-bed Ocean House this autumn. From £500 for four.
Go to martinhal.com
Early booking cruise savings
P&O is offering savings of up to £1,500, free parking and other extras if you book a cruise for 2011 by 30 September.
Go to pocruises.co.uk
On the bookshelves this month, Recipes and Ramblings is a collection of Elisabeth Luard's gastronomic travels from The Oldie magazine. Price £14.99.
Check out the new online guide to ferry services for foot passengers between the UK, Ireland and continental Europe at greentraveller.co.uk.
Just open for business, Camber Sands favourite The Place on the Beach has been relaunched as The Gallivant hotel. Rooms from £85. Visit thegallivanthotel.com.
Time Out has just launched a new set of "Shortlist" guides for 2011, featuring London, New York and Barcelona. Price £7.99.
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