Travel Deals: Take the train to Cote d'Azur, walk around Lindisfarne, or soak up the art deco in Miami

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Now... Catch the train to France

On 6 June, Planet Rail has a four-night break to Cannes for £595pp. It travels by Eurostar from London St Pancras to Paris, with a taxi transfer between stations, before onward train travel to the Côte d’Azur for a B&B stay at Hotel Le Cavendish. planetrail.co.uk

Soon... Greek heat in Crete

Broadway Travel is offering a week’s half board in Crete for £599pp. Accommodation is at the Aldemar Royal Mare and Thalasso hotel in Anissaras on the north-east coast. Flights are offered from a range of airports on selected summer dates – for example from Manchester on Tuesdays in June. broadwaytravel.com

Later... Ahead of the crowd in Mauritius

Book by 31 May and Destinology has a week-long stay in September and October at the new Westin Turtle Bay Resort & Spa in Mauritius for £1,349pp. The five-star hotel is due to open on the north-west coast this summer. Full-board and Emirates flights from Gatwick via Dubai included. destinology.co.uk

Deals of the week

Less than £200... Cross the Channel to Jersey

Condor Breaks is offering a three-night break in Jersey for £179pp. Departing on 14 June, the deal includes a stay at the Ambassadeur Hotel, a stone’s throw from the beach on the island’s south coast, with breakfast and ferry travel from Poole or Weymouth. condorbreaks.com

Less than £500... Farne out in the North-east

For £335pp, Inntravel has a walking holiday that explores Lindisfarne and the Northumberland coast. The four-night trip is spent at St Cuthbert’s House and a converted chapel, with time to spot seals and puffins on the Farne Islands. Luggage transfers and maps included. inntravel.co.uk

Less than £1,000... Live the high life in Miami

Soak up the Art Deco architecture, beaches and nightlife of Miami on a five-night break for £789pp. The offer, from My American Holiday, includes a stay at the Winter Haven hotel and American Airlines flights from Heathrow on 11 June. myamericaholiday.co.uk

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