Travel deals: From southern Spain to a break in the Cotswolds
Where to go and what to see
Wednesday 26 March 2014
Get me out of here
Now... Head to North Africa
On 9 April, Explore has a 15-day tour of Morocco's "Imperial Cities and Desert" that takes in Rabat, Fes and Marrakech. Browse colourful souks, walk through the Atlas Mountains and dip into desert oases. It costs £920pp with flights, B&B hotels, guides and transport. explore.co.uk
Soon... Take in the canals of Venice
Citalia offers a three-night city break to Venice on 10 May, when the weather in the lagoon city should be warming up. The price of £449pp includes Monarch flights from Manchester and B&B at Locanda La Corte, an atmospheric hotel in the Castello district. citalia.com
Later... Savour southern Spain
Wexas has a self-drive, six-day "Splendours of Andalucia" tour that takes in three Moorish gems – Seville, Cordoba and Granada. In July and August, the price is £765pp, with BA flights from Gatwick to Malaga, car hire, five nights' B&B hotels and one dinner. wexas.com
Deals of the week
Less than £200...A cosy Cotswold break
The Wheatsheaf is a 17th-century coaching inn in the Cotswolds village of Northleach, with 14 boutique-style rooms. Its current offer, available from now until the end of May, is a two-night stay with breakfast for £125pp, based on two sharing. cotswoldswheatsheaf.com
Less than £500... Explore an Adriatic beauty
For £460pp, there's a week-long escape to the Adriatic nation of Montenegro. The deal includes B&B at the Wine Rooms in Kotor's old town, with transfers and Montenegro Airlines flights from Gatwick on 4, 11 or 18 May. montenegroholidays.com
Less than £1,000... Spend two weeks on a Thai isle
Trailfinders is offering a 14-night getaway to Phuket, the "Pearl of the Andaman", for £749pp. The deal includes Singapore Airlines flights from Heathrow via Singapore in May, transfers and B&B at the Best Western Premier Beach Resort & Spa. Book by 30 April. trailfinders.com
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