Deals of the week - Croatian islands, Jersey, Luxor

Tuesday 11 June 2013 16:56
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Less than £200... For £169pp, you can spend three days sailing the Croatian islands. The cruise, which is aimed at younger travellers, departs on 3 July from Split for the islands of Hvar and Korcula, before ending in Dubrovnik. Breakfast and lunch included on board; flights extra. Sail-croatia.com

Less than £500... For a low-cost family escape, try Jersey, where Modern Hotels has three-night breaks throughout July for £210 per adult and £85 per child. The deal includes return Fastcat ferry crossing from Poole with transfers and B&B at the Mayfair Hotel in St Helier. Modernhotels.com

Less than £1,000... Kuoni has a week in the ancient Egyptian city of Luxor. Spend mornings sightseeing at the Valley of the Kings, then retreat to the Hotel Pavillon Winter, where a week's stay from 15 July is £611pp, with breakfast, transfers and Egyptair flights from Heathrow. Kuoni.co.uk

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