Travel challenge: A family break in Croatia
Friday 20 June 2014
Each week, we invite three companies to offer us their best deal for a specific date. This week: a family break in Croatia, during the school summer holidays. Prices are in total for two adults and two children. Each package includes a week's accommodation and flights from Gatwick between 19 July and 24 August.
£1,917 - easyJet Holidays
Includes easyJet flights to Split on 13 August and all-inclusive at the Holiday Village Sagitta in Omis. "This friendly hotel is close to the sea with plenty of facilities to keep the whole family entertained," says Mandy Round (0843 104 1000; easyJet.com/holidays).
£2,199 - BA Holidays
Includes BA flights to Dubrovnik on 23 July and self-catering at the Villa Curic in Lapad. "This villa enjoys a wonderful setting on the Lapad peninsula close to beautiful sandy beaches and Dubrovnik," says Claire Bentley (0844 493 0758; ba.com/dubrovnik).
£5,465 - Kuoni
Includes BA flights to Dubrovnik on 7 August, transfers and B&B at Radisson Blu Resort in Orasac. "This hotel is situated in the quiet village of Orasac, a short drive from Dubrovnik, with stunning coastal views," says Nicky Betts (01306 747008; kuoni.co.uk).
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