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DESTINATIONS — GREECE & CYPRUS


l SAILING We might be an island nation, but that doesn’t make learning to sail in our chilly and often choppy waters much fun. The pleasantly warm Aegean


Sea around Sani Resort’s marina in Halkidiki is a different story, though, so it’s no surprise the kids’ sailing academy is such a hit here. With 10 hours’ tuition over three days, the course will give children aged six to 17 a good grounding in the basics (€250). The Ionian Sea should be just as pleasant, which is why Neilson’s newest resort, Vounaki Beachclub in Paleros on the west coast of Greece (which re-opens under the operator’s brand this month) offers Stay and Sail packages. Get plenty of practice in the


first week with Royal Yachting Association-accredited tuition at the on-site marina, then take charge of a Neilson yacht for another week’s cruise along the beautiful Greek coastline. TW


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A week’s B&B at Amirandes Grecotel Luxury Hotel, Crete, starts at £829 with Travel 2 with Gatwick flights and private transfers in October. travel2.com


Sunvil Holidays offers a week’s painting break on Alonissos, starting at £689 self-catering at Pefkos Apartments, including flights and transfers, plus £195 for a five-day painting course. sunvil.co.uk


A two-week Stay and Sail break to Vounaki Beachclub starts at £1,045 including flights, transfers, club board accommodation and a yacht charter with crew, fuel, insurance and damage waiver. neilson.co.uk


7 May 2015 — travelweekly.co.uk • 57


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