Travel deals: From surfing in Morocco to chilling out in Paris

 

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Now... Midsummer in coastal Norway

Sunvil is offering the chance to celebrate midsummer in Norway for £1,292pp. The package is based in Alesund, which marks the longest day with a bonfire and party. A week's B&B is included at Hotel Brosundet, with flights on 20 June from Gatwick via Oslo and car hire. sunvil.co.uk

Soon... Blow the budget in Mustique

If you fancy a week in the Caribbean, why not push the boat out with a stay on the island of Mustique? Virgin Holidays has a deal for £2,049pp that includes flights from 1-22 July, transfers and a B&B stay at the Cotton House, a colonial-style boutique hotel. vhiphotels.co.uk

Later... Combine city and sea in Italy

Wait until 1 September for a twin-centre trip to Italy. Priced at £945pp, the Citalia deal includes three nights' B&B in Rome at the Hotel Augustea, before a week's half-board on the coast in Sorrento at the Hotel Jaccarino, with transfers and BA flights from Gatwick. citalia.com

Deals of the week

Less than £200... Sail over to Europe this summer

MyFerryLink, which operates ferries between Dover and the French port of Calais, is offering peak summer sailings for £35 each way. The deal is based on a car and up to nine passengers travelling, with availability during the school holidays this summer. myferrylink.com

Less than £500... Chill out in the City of Light

For £319pp, Railbookers has a four-night jaunt to Paris between 25 July and 22 August. Based on a stay at the smart Hôtel Sèvres Saint Germain on the Left Bank, the deal includes Eurostar travel from London St Pancras and breakfast, when booked by 17 June. railbookers.com

Less than £1,000... Hit the surf in Morocco

For an active break, consider The Healthy Holiday Company's week at the Paradis Plage resort in Agadir, which has a surf shop, yoga studio and spa. A week costs £705pp before 25 July, with breakfast, transfers and easyJet flights from Gatwick. thehealthyholidaycompany.co.uk

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