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BUDGET-FRIENDLY WINTER-SUN SPOTS


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Laura French looks into the best-value breaks for clients in search of a winter escape


inter is fast approaching and the thermometer will soon be dropping, but it needn’t mean throwing in the beach towel just yet – the world is pretty generous when it


comes to year-round sunny spots, and it doesn’t always have to cost the Earth to reach them. From the Canaries to The Gambia, the Middle East to Mexico, there’s a


plethora of places to choose from that offer sunny skies without a whopping price tag. Here are some of our favourites.


5 SEPTEMBER 2019 travelweekly.co.uk


1 gran canaria


From turquoise coastlines to rolling sand dunes, crashing waterfalls to caldera views, the Canaries are beautifully diverse, as well as affordable. For some of the best deals – and most dramatic terrain – look to Gran Canaria, where 147 miles of coastline meets wildlife-filled pine forests that have earned the island Unesco World Biosphere Reserve status. For a peaceful base, suggest Puerto de Mogán, a fishing village whose bridged waterways have given it the nickname the ‘Venice of the Canaries’. Book it: Jet2holidays offers a week’s B&B at the five-star Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Gran Canaria, Puerto de Mogán, from £699 per person, including flights from Stansted on December 3. jet2holidays.com


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