Travel deals: From a villa in Corsica to a road trip along Route 66

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Now... Hire a villa in Corsica

On 11 and 18 May, Corsican Places has a week-long self-catering break on this gorgeous Mediterranean island for £349pp. The price is based on six people sharing the Bergerie Murtet villa in Olmeto. Flights from Heathrow to Figari and car hire included. corsica.co.uk

Soon... Get active in Turkey

Adventure Worldwide is running an eight-day "Active Turkey Adventure" along the country's Turquoise Coast for £795pp, departing on 13 June. Highlights include kayaking and snorkelling. Half-board accommodation and activities included. Flights extra. adventureworldwide.co.uk

Later... Hit the road in the US

Embark on a 15-night road trip along the historic Route 66 that takes in eight states and the Grand Canyon. The price from Hayes & Jarvis is £1,399pp, departing on 17 August, with United Airlines flights from Heathrow, car hire and accommodation included. hayesandjarvis.co.uk

Deals of the week

Less than £200... Take a short break in Kent

Explore the Kent countryside with a stay at Eastwell Manor Hotel & Spa near Ashford. The "spring special" rate of £122 runs until 30 June and includes a double room with breakfast, a spa treatment, a three-course dinner and use of the hotel's golf course and pool. prideofbritainhotels.com

Less than £500... Jet off to Rome in June

If you've always wanted to see the sights of the Italian capital, Citalia has a three-night Roman holiday for £369pp. Departing on 4 June, it includes easyJet flights from Gatwick and B&B accommodation at the Hotel Patria, close to the Colosseum. citalia.com

Less than £1,000... Cruise the Croatian coast

For £997pp, Explore has the chance to spend a week cycling and cruising around Croatia. The eight-day tour departs on 24 May for Dubrovnik, before sailing along the Dalmatian Coast. Flights, most meals, bike hire and on-board accommodation included. explore.co.uk

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