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SHORT HAUL WINTER SUN


For a week (or a little longer) of winter sun, we offer specific departure dates at partner hotels, seeking to create the feel of one of our famous Houseparties while appreciating that there are other guests around. Of course, a Friendship Travel Host is on hand to help create the unique Friendship atmosphere, and help you get the most out of the week.


We choose hotels for their combination of location and value and that sometimes means we stay in a large hotel that is shared with other guests, with the plus point that larger hotels have a good range of facilities.


On the nights when we include dinner we all come together, at one table wherever possible, to eat, drink and be merry as we swap tales of our sightseeing and other adventures.


Malta and Gozo


Malta has been under-rated as a holiday destination in recent years because sandy beaches are few and far between, but it’s hard to think of another island with so much interest packed into such a small area!


From prehistoric temples to the crusaders, and WW2 bravery, charming Malta is well worth exploring, and sightseeing in winter temperatures of 16-18°C is much more pleasant than baking in peak season. Gozo is all about fishing, farming, crafts and activities as it is easy to explore the island on foot along numerous paths, or by mountain bike.


Cyprus


Cyprus is a beautiful island and its size – the third largest in the Med – means it has tremendous variety: superb beaches, thriving cities and snow-capped mountains. Winter temperatures are typically 10°C above London, with 5 or 6 hours of sunshine a day, so you can enjoy sitting in the sun, and play golf, tennis or go sightseeing without melting.


Lanzarote


This is a beautiful island, the most easterly in the Canaries group, with a great choice of beaches of every size and colour, including volcanic sand. It boasts an average all year round temperature of 24°C and 3,000 hours of annual sunshine making it a perfect winter sun destination. Our hotels are in Costa Teguise in the north-east of the island and Playa Blanca in the south.


Fuerteventura


The second-largest of the Canaries, Fuerteventura boasts the best beaches and a kaleidoscope of colours thanks to its ancient volcanic activity. UNESCO declared the whole island a Biosphere Reserve a few years ago.


Fuerteventura is famous for its magnificent beaches, and the one at Corralejo is one of the best, as popular with sun-worshippers as with watersports fans.


Cape Verde


This little string of islands offers guaranteed winter sun, the most spectacular beaches and turquoise seas. What makes Cape Verde different is that tourism is a relatively new development – which means a pristine environment, new hotels and welcoming locals. The blend of African and Portuguese heritage makes the islands a joy to discover, from the colonial buildings of the old towns to the Brazilian beat of the local music.


“Cyprus: well organised, great standard of hotel, local Host was superb.”


Christine, Greater Manchester


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