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DESTINATIONS WINTER SUN | VALUE


7 BEST OF THE REST


E Tenerife: Easy to reach, with consistent blue skies and a host of family-friendly resorts, Tenerife is a no-brainer for winter – and flights are cheap as chips. Jet2holidays offers a week’s B&B at Hard Rock Hotel Tenerife from £550 per person, flying from Stansted.


cyprus


Some 320 days of sun a year make Cyprus a winter winner, and you can get some decent bargains. The island holds widespread appeal, with postcard-worthy beaches, traditional villages, scenic hiking routes and idyllic vineyards, while the Troodos Mountains beckon active types and ancient archaeological sites call anyone who’s into history. Paphos makes an excellent base for the latter, but for a smaller resort try Coral Bay. There’s a lively, family-friendly beach with a string of bars and restaurants, and a plethora of villa accommodation makes it a good bet for clients on a budget. Book it: James Villa Holidays offers a week at Villa Ellison from £259 per person based on six sharing, including flights from Stansted on November 17. jamesvillas.co.uk


E Vietnam: Travellers seeking culture and adventure in equal measure will find plenty to occupy them in Vietnam, from the emerald-green, serene slopes of Sapa to the frenetic pace of its cities, and it offers excellent value. For the best beaches, Premier Holidays recommends Phu Quoc, a remote archipelago of picture-perfect islands where you can find some excellent savings.


E Sri Lanka: Confidence in Sri Lanka is returning, and now’s a good time to grab a bargain. You can get a night’s B&B in a Sleep King room at Ozo Kandy for £49, bringing the country’s Jungle Book-style scenes, epic wildlife and icing-sugar beaches within reach, regardless of your budget.


8 mauritius


Sand the colour of snow, shelving water so perfectly jade it looks as if it’s come out of a bottle – welcome to Mauritius. And while Indian Ocean getaways can come with a hefty price tag, this one doesn’t have to, thanks to a wide choice of accommodation that spans all budgets. The climate is at its best during our winter, and there’s something to suit all tastes, from natural phenomena such as the kaleidoscopic Seven Coloured Earth – a wavy ocean of reds, purples and oranges, formed from volcanic rock – to exotic tea plantations, vibrant, colourful markets and idyllic, castaway-style islands. Book it: Gold Medal offers seven nights’ all-inclusive at the four-star Maritim Crystals Beach Hotel from £1,299 per person, based on two sharing a superior room in December, with Emirates flights from Gatwick. goldmedal.co.uk


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