Winter sun inspiration: it’s time to go back to Turkey

In 2018, Turkey is firmly back in the spotlight. 

You’re walking through the blizzard, trying to catch the bus that (you hope) will take you to work before 11am. While you scroll through your Instagram feed thinking that a gap year in Hawaii would be a great idea; stop for a moment and remember that you have two whole weeks of holidays that you could (and should) take in May. Now forget about the snow that is making your life a nightmare and imagine a hot summer’s day, sipping a freshly squeezed juice overlooking the Lycian Coast.
Turkey is coming back as the hot spot this year. The latest ABTA report stated that summer holiday bookings for Turkey were up 69% for summer 2018 – and rightly so. The pound is up 24% against the Turkish lira, low-cost airline Jet2 is almost doubling its capacity, Istanbul is opening a new airport this year, and you don’t even need a visa to travel to the sunny peninsula if you’re a British citizen. You have literally no excuse – the cosmos is serving you this holiday on a silver platter. If you have never been to Turkey, you are in luck: here is Stylist’s guide to help you discover the little piece of paradise that you deserve.
Istanbul
If it’s your first time in Turkey – you can’t miss the beauty of Istanbul. Explore the colourful bazaar district to bring home your next favourite summer accessories or take in the sunset on one of the many ferries that slide around the city’s waterfront. Most importantly, don’t forget to lose yourself in the breathtaking skyline, observing the seven hills that surround the Old City. A perfect backdrop for a romantic terrace dinner around Beyoğlu.
Where to stay: Soho House Istanbul
Ayvalik
Not far from Istanbul, the sleepy seaside town of Ayvalik is a local secret to discover. Located on the Northern Aegean Coast next to a clutch of islands, this old Greek village is the perfect base to explore undiscovered Turkey and this charming stretch of coastline composed of numerous islands. The ideal place for a stress-free stay full of fresh seafood, water sports and stunning sunsets by the sea.
Where to stay: Murat Reis
Antalya
With a series of mesmerising waterfalls surrounding the city, Antalya is a Turkish delight. After a stroll through the streets of the old town – which lies directly above Antalya’s picturesque marina – head towards the ancient clock tower at the top of the hill (Saat -Kulesi), and work your way down to inspect the various cafes and shops. If you don’t mind some shopping, save your money for nearby Belek where you’ll find some good designer knockoffs waiting for you.
Where to stay: Cornelia Diamond Resort
Marmaris
You want to feel like a movie star? The buzzing city of Marmaris is your Turkish heaven. If you are after a fun and relaxing holiday under the sun, just head to the D-Resort Grand Azur hotel (reopening in April, just in time for our May break). After a long day in the spa or sunbathing, enjoy a stunning 180-degree view of the beautiful coastline from the rooftop cocktail bar. You are welcome.
Where to stay: D-Resort Grand Azur
Kalkan
The perfect destination for the luxury traveller, Kalkan is one of the tourists’ most loved spots in Turkey. A dreamy Ottoman Greek town built on the hills, surrounded by a shimmering sea that will take your breath away. After a visit to the 11-mile golden sands of Patara Beach – the longest in Turkey – finish your day with a relaxing walk around cobblestone alleys and the picturesque rooftop restaurants of the small town. While you’re there, make sure to visit Kaputaş. This tiny cove on the Turquoise Coast is one of Turkey’s best beaches. Trust us, you don’t want to miss it.
Where to stay: The Waterside

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The 25 best European city break-dances for springtime 2018 and where to stay
Our experts offer a steer to the top 25 destinations for a town break in 2018, including “what were doing” and where to stay in Venice, Amsterdam, Florence, Lisbon, London, Barcelona and Reykjavik.

Italy 
Rome 
Rome’s mild Mediterranean climate is a forceful show for visitors from the cool north, but the main evoke will always be the thumping vitality of a situate which lives life as a figure of theater. There are great neighbourhood trattorias, quirky shops and a buzzing aperitivo vistum. The objection is ending what not to do: there are so many faiths, archaeological sites, piazzas and paints to see that a lifetime is hardly enough.
Where to stand 
J.K. Place Roma
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VENICE 
Venice never loses its capacity to enchant. Summer accompanies some of the most scare mob, but there’s a reasons for they come: the sheer loveliness of an elegant metropoli that seems miraculously is built around liquid. Venice’s churches and museums render antique greatness aplenty, but there is also a vibrant contemporary art incident, even away from the Art Biennale. Venice is a unique, magical lieu 365 periods a year. But much of the time you’ll be sharing that magical with thousands of other visitors.
Where to abide 
AD Place Venice
8Telegraph expert rating
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Florence 
Florence is one of Europe’s great art metropolis. Giotto’s frescoes, Michelangelo’s David, canvases by Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci and a multitude of other greats in the Uffizi Gallery … there’s so much beautiful arts and building, it’s difficult to know where to start. Florence is also a living metropoli with a vibrant eatery and nightlife panorama, and a lively culture movida that goes beyond old master to embrace opu, serious music and contemporary artistry. Handsome, historic, full of whimsical patronizes and tone spacecrafts, and close to the vine-covered mounds of Chianti.
Where to bide 
AdAstra
9Telegraph expert rating

Milan 
Italy’s fashion and blueprint capital, Milan has an international cosmopolitan mentality, a vibrant nutrient and suck incident and tallies of hotels to suit all budgets. Historical edifices sit cheek-by-jowl modern skyscrapers, while a number of the city’s structures have breathtaking interior courtyards that remain largely undiscovered. But what largely draws visitors is the city’s excellent patronizing- designer accumulates strand the Quadrilatero D’Oro district, while shops, high-pitched street patronizes and emporia are found in all corners of the city.
Where to remain 
Mandarin Oriental, Milan
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Spain 
Madrid 
Madrid should certainly reworked itself in the past couple of years. The Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen-Bornemisza museums have already been got big and better, while the center of the city is smartening up with new boutiques, delis, cafes and gastrobars opening up every week. It’s perfect for a culture-rich long weekend or metropoli disintegrate, with great food and a lively atmosphere at night. Madrid may be cold in wintertime- “its one” of Europe’s highest capital cities, after all- but the sky is generally off-color and the sunshine strong enough to allow visitors to sit at a sidewalk coffeehouse sipping a vermut.
Where to stay 
The Principal Madrid
8Telegraph expert rating

Barcelona 
Barcelona is a patchwork of architectural styles flaunts dark, Gothic facades next to the harlequin houses of the Modernistas and the skyline-piercing structures of Jean Nouvel or Herzog and de Meuron, and a epoch wasted admiring them can be topped off with a sundowner on one of the city’s seven beaches before dinner at any number of Michelin-starred gastronomic synagogues or humble, family-run tapas saloons. Barcelona has a tighten tempo, months of endless sunshine, unbeatable nutrient- with the culture and design clout of virtually any city in the cold north.
Where to abide 
Grand Hotel Central
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Seville 
Compact, rich in biography and famous for its flamenco, tapas saloons and orange trees, Seville is an ideal short break destination, particularly in outpouring before the sunbathe becomes too scorching. Stay in the city’s old town to inquired the cobbled streets of the Santa Cruz quarter and the breathtaking Alcazar Palace. Soak up the sky on the banks of the Guadalquivir, and admire the views from the ancient cathedral tower and recently opened Parasol Metropol.
Where to remain 
Hotel Alfonso XIII
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Valencia 
A decade of daring development has given Spain’s third-largest municipality some of the most astonishing architecture in the two countries, adding to the wealth of tasteful art nouveau buildings that boundary wall street, as well as Gothic and Renaisssance gravestones. With dynamic museums, a flourishing restaurant panorama, lively nightlife, great stores and miles of beach, Valencia is exploding with Mediterranean exuberance.
Where to stand 
Hospes Palau de La Mar
9Telegraph expert rating

France 
Paris 
Paris is one of the world’s most beautiful cities( with its golden stone facades and famous gravestones ), and a vibrant, densely jam-packed collect of hamlets. Behind the grandiose palaces and boulevards, they are able to detect intimate quadrangles and plots; behind historic facades are craft workshops and prominent experiment establishments. Perhaps the true evidence to Paris’s appeal is that despite being one of “the worlds largest” visited cities in the world it is also intensely lived-in. With its apartments, playgrounds, food markets and cafes, “were not receiving” empty nerve in the centre; and you, very, can play at being a Parisian.
Where to remain 
Maison Souquet
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Marseille 
Marseille is France’s oldest city. Greek merchants founded the place 2,600 years ago, and it’s scarcely had a quiet time since. Lately, the emphasis has been on cultural consolidation. New and refurbished museums are affecting their step. After immense urban renewal strategies, there are enough new trams, designer hotels, galleries, posh eateries and patronizes to replenish a year’s-worth of lifestyle periodicals. Marseille will remain magnificent with its sea-coast of rock-and-rolls, the high seas, and the outstrip of a big port city.
Where to stay 
Mama Shelter Marseille
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The Netherlands 
Amsterdam 
Amsterdam has the sound of a metropolis, with few big-city impediments. It’s small enough to walk or round almost anywhere you crave, hitherto is rarely dull. Dinky gabled constructs, moderately connections and quiet canals hold it village-like charm, hitherto you’ll also find top-ranking artwork museums and one of best available orchestras in the world. Most of all, Amsterdam mixes its glittering past with a wry, rough, rebellious contemporary edginess. Popular hymns have it that spring’s the time to come tulip-plucking, but really any season in Amsterdam has its allure.
Where to stay 
Hotel Estherea
9Telegraph expert rating
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Portugal 
Lisbon 
Visit Lisbon for the simple-minded allure and maritime magical of a vintage-era Southern European capital. Set against the ever-present backdrop of the Atlantic Ocean, this dainty sun-kissed metropoli lives in a Latin fairytale of timeworn styles and habits. Simply check out the century-old wooden trams and cast-iron funiculars that still lurch and growl their route among the seven steep mounds over which this city lies. Or witness the best use of this bygone heritage by straying through the Baixa district, where age-old herbalists, haberdashers and accommodates rub shoulders in the baroque streets of the ornate city centre.
Where to remain 
Memmo Alfama
8Telegraph expert rating
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Germany 
Berlin 
In summer, the city’s inhabitants take full advantage of the decent climate to reach wall street, flows and reservoirs and partake in endless contests across the city. Since the fall of its world-renowned Wall, Berlin has busied itself with becoming one of the most arousing imaginative and cultural rights cores in Europe. These days it’s a city of numerous faces, known evenly as a hedonistic centre, a magnet for history enthusiasts and, increasingly, as a destination for pedigrees thanks to a fortune of light-green infinites that includes the sprawling Tiergarten, the Sunday flea market at Mauerpark and the Volkspark Friedrichshain.
Where to stand 
25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin
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Croatia 
Dubrovnik 
Dubrovnik is one of the world’s most magnificent walled metropolis. Now a Unesco world heritage site and Croatia’s most up-market destination, it was once the capital of the prosperous sea-faring Republic of Ragusa( 1358-1808 ). During its Golden age in the 16 th century, it had one of the most significant shopkeeper naval fleets in the world, with consulates in more than 50 foreign ports. Today, tourists come here for leisure , not to sell. The central derive is the charming pedestrian-only old township, packed with upper-class palazzi and stylish Baroque churches, contains a number of sturdy medieval fortifications.
Where to bide 
Hotel Excelsior
8Telegraph expert rating
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Hungary 
Budapest 
With art nouveau splendours rowing a swerve of the Danube, Budapest predicts genteel woo. While the fin-de-siecle facades, old-hat coffeehouse and polished baths politely embroil you off your feet, the tracings of Goulash communism and the city’s fascinating modern history contribute spice. Budapest is an easy metropolitan to navigate, with the river at its centre. Cross a bridge to the west and you’re in Buda, the leafy mountain hiding natural hot springs and crowned with a palace that provide panoramas down to the scene-stealing gothic parliament building on the far riverbank. Behind this really is Pest, the eastern metropolitan, merged with Buda in 1873, where you’ll find attractive streets and the Jewish quarter.
Where to bide 
Brody House
7Telegraph expert rating
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Czech Republic 
Prague 
It’s easy to forget, simply 20 times on, that Czechoslovakia emerged from the fall of the Iron Curtain with a once-jailed dissident as chairman, inspiring “the worlds”. Especially with Prague’s current look: sparkle software company offices, glitzy mode patronizes, scads of skinny prototype sorts moving in and out- often with young, baffled business categories in haul- all constricted in amongst the fabulously restored Baroque architecture and cobbled corridors of Old Town. But the compact city of 1.2 million, divided by the picturesque green river and linked by stone connections, has always been about not just fact but opportunity.
Where to remain 
Augustine
9Telegraph expert rating
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Denmark 
Copenhagen 
The Danish capital’s compact dimensions are perfect for exploration on two paws( or two rotations ). The car has almost no right of way on its more central cobbled streets, which wind past copper spires, stylish modernist civic builds and quirky shops to chocolate-box harbourside vistas. Unsurprisingly for a town with 1,000 years of royal biography, it does well on the castles-and-palaces-per-square-inch tally. It also offers a amazingly rich and diverse mixture of other culture magnetisms, including excellent museums, fine structure and interiors, extended European and Islamic art collectings and a thriving mode panorama that has launched various decorators internationally.
Where to stand 
Nimb Hotel
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Ireland 
Dublin 
The Irish capital is mobbed with retraces of a tumultuous past, and yet the city wears the weight of this story relatively softly. Come here for Georgian architectural elegance, a still robust pub culture, some amazing museums and galleries, an attractive coast location- and an evident mode with statements, reflected in the city’s designation as a Unesco City of Literature. And come here to eat well very: in the past, Dublin may not have been known for its nutrient culture, but increasingly today it’s possible to sample excellent local develop and suck a beaker of terrific coffee as well as the conventional jug of stout.
Where to stand 
O’Callaghan Stephen’s Green Hotel
9Telegraph expert rating

Austria 
Vienna 
A city that attractiveness and persuasions from scratch, but even more the longer you stay. Whether for fast-track excursion or slow-paced sightseeing, and regardless of how many times you’ve been before, there’s a apparently never-ending opulence of things to do and see throughout the year. It’s also both culturally and musically one of the richest cities in the world, and has a good, lively mix of refrigerate cafes and rails, galleries, shops and street markets.
Where to abide 
The Ritz-Carlton, Vienna
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Iceland 
Reykjavik 
Home to around half of Iceland’s 300,000 dwellers, Reykjavik packs a culture pierce bigger than some European capitals three times its size. Although in some ways still a fishing village, with ocean and mountains almost always visible, it’s an incredibly cosmopolitan and creative one, with abundant dining, browse and nightlife options and museums and galleries galore. From experiencing a reveal at the stunning Harpa concert venue, admiring the Northern Lights or joining the locals in a red-hot consortium, the city is awash with unique experiences.
Where to bide 
Hotel Borg
9Telegraph expert rating

Belgium 
Bruges 
One of Europe’s best-preserved medieval cities, it’s romantic and reasonably, with canals, cobbles, and gabled rooms. It’s also small-minded: they are able to saunter from one side of the egg-shaped and nearly car-free centre to the other in half an hour. And it’s thrust full of museums, good eateries, atmospheric bars and cafes, and alluring chocolate shops- Bruges apparently has 47 chocolate makers.
Where to remain 
Guesthouse Bonifacius
9Telegraph expert rating

Sweden 
Stockholm 
While it may not have Scandinavia’s most scenic drama( Norway does a better path in Fjords ), if you exclusively choose one Scandinavian country to visit, there’s an statement for manufacturing it Sweden. The graceful patchwork of Stockholm’s island territories stitched together by bridges and shuttles, its bobbing quayside boats and elegant palaces commit it an irresistible temptation. Several dozen museums, galleries castlings and palaces vie for the visitor’s notice, centred on Gamla Stan, the city’s middle, together with neighbouring Djurgarden.
Where to abide 
Ett Hem
8Telegraph expert rating
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Russia 
St Petersburg 
Visit St Petersburg to discover first-hand the former Russian uppercase whose strange White Nighttime and gale canals stimulated such literary monstrous as Fyodor Dostoevsky and Nikolai Gogol. Saint petersburg has interpreted more revolution, war and political plot in its 350 years or so than other municipalities evidence in a millennium. This history is apparent at every turn, from the Aurora warship that signalled the commencement of the Bolshevik Revolution to the many remembers of the 900 -day Nazi siege of the city.
Where to stay 
Hotel Astoria
10Telegraph expert rating

UK 
London 
There can be few more cosmopolitan municipalities on ground in the early 21 century and beings pour in from across the world to inspect, study or live. Colossal infrastructure projects such as Crossrail, King’s Cross-St Pancras and the Embassy Quarter and Battersea Power Station programmes south of the river, are transforming the skyline. Rooms such as the British Museum, the Royal National Theatre and both Tate galleries are expanding. The assortment of eateries, bars, theaters, boasts, pop-ups, concert arts and large-scale contests is astounding. Right here, right now, London is somewhere you have to be.
Where to remain 
Ham Yard Hotel
9Telegraph expert rating

Edinburgh 
It is not difficult to understand how neighbourhood boy Robert Louis Stevenson came to write Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, growing up as he did in a town of such amazing potpourrus. From the history-soaked medieval tenements, vennels and wynds of the Old Town to the sweeping gentility of the Georgian New Town, Edinburgh deserves its honour as one of the most beautiful and compelling metropolitans in the world. Easy to get around by bus, Edinburgh is built on a human magnitude. This is a city that refunds close inspection so best available channel to get to know it is on foot. There are amazing scenes, concealed quadrangles, secret gardens and stupefying architectural details to be discovered almost everywhere you look.
Where to remain 
The Witchery by the Castle
9Telegraph expert rating
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Honeymoon Destinations

Regardless if you’ve already settled on your selected paradise, wish here to inspire you to explore all the options for your vacation to europre. It’s all about excitement and you’ve just set out on your own. Commence as you mean to go on – with the honeymoon package of a lifetime, and an open heart.

Mauritius honeymoons

 

With an intoxicating mix of Indian, Creole, Chinese and French cultures, sun-kissed beaches and stunning wildlife; Mauritius will seduce your palate and stimulate your senses at the same time. Look out onto the crystal-clear waters of the Indian Ocean together from the Maritim Crystals Beach hotel, and realise the beauty of this romantic destination.

Caribbean honeymoons

 

The rainforest-draped Pitons of St Lucia. One of Antigua’s 365 beaches. The colonial elegance of Jamaica. The sophisticated, time-warp charm of Cuba. Whether the pair of you are intrepid explorers or beach-buddies; each island is your oyster for however you’d like to honeymoon together.

Hawaii honeymoons

 

Each of Hawaii’s islands has its own distinct character. Cosmopolitan Oahu offers everything from luxury boutiques to volcano treks. The breath-taking Valley Isle of Maui boasts over 80 beaches, while Kauai, the wild and waterfall-dotted Garden Isle, will leave you positively spoilt for choice when it comes to picking picturesque locations for where to spend your time together.

Mexico honeymoons

 

With mile after mile (after mile) of brilliant white, crushed coral sand as a starting point, the spectacular hotels and resorts here go the extra mile to give you an extraordinary adventure amongst mysterious stone ruins for your honeymoon.

 

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Beach holidays in January 2018

I recommend The Gambia for a cheap holiday in January. This charming, friendly low-cost beach destination on the West African coast has much-improved hotels and great weather: about 31°C and 9 hours of daily sunshine. Last January I stayed at the Kombo Beach Hotel, which I can highly recommend. Check out the January holiday deals.

Another good-value option is the Cape Verde Islands, a diverse archipelago between West Africa and South America, but easily accessible by direct flights from the UK (in less than 6 hours). With temperatures of 24°C in January, superb beaches and excellent choice of hotels, this is a real up-and-coming destination.

Another destination for good-value tropical beaches in January is Mexico, particularly if you’re looking for an all-inclusive option. If you like an all-singing, all-dancing resort, head to Cancun, while Puerto Vallarta has more local character.

Bali is a great destination for winter sun, with stunning beaches and fascinating colourful local culture. Beyond Bali, the fascinating archipelago of Indonesia offers some of the world’s most beautiful marine parks, along with breathtaking temples, forest and wildlife from Orang-Utans to Komodo dragons. Try this Essential Java and Bali tour.

Thailand is a perennial favourite and remains great value, although you should avoid the east coast beaches in January, which is rainy season. Phuket and Krabi and the surrounding islands such as Ko Phi Phi are perfect. It’s also a great time of year to tour Thailand and the temperatures and humidity are not too high. Check out Experience Travel Group which has an inspiring selection of tailor made private tours focussing on jungle, temples and cuisine.

If you’re ready to splash out on a tropical island, the Indian Ocean is a great choice in January – perhaps a luxury hotel in Mauritius, an overwater villa in the Maldives or a gorgeous beach hideaway in the Seychelles.

For something less expensive, head to Goa in India where white-sand beaches, great food and world-class sunsets can be had at bargain prices. Expect 9 hours of daily sunshine and 28ºC temperatures. Choose between a beachfront hotel or a comfortable homestay such as Fort Tiracol or Panjim Inn. Check out the latest special offers.

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Mid haul sunshine

If your priority is just to escape the grim weather at home and find a hot holiday in January, I recommend Tenerife or Madeira (now served by new direct flights with British Airways). Both are just four hours flying time from the UK.

It’s only 7 hours to fly to the Arabian Gulf where you’ll find temperatures of around 29°C – plus great beaches, buckets of sunshine and a dazzling array of attractions. For glitzy hotels, fine dining and amazing shopping, head to Abu Dhabi where best places to stay include the five-star Jumeirah at Etihad Towers and the great-value Park Inn. Check out the latest special holiday offers.

 

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Portugal & The Algarve

Maybe the Algarve seems like a new contender in the 2018 or 2019 holidays pack, but she’s been around a lot longer than you think. This part of southern Portugal easily contends with other popular holiday destinations, such as the Balearics or the Costa Blanca.

Due to Portugal’s new status as a cheap destination packed full of beaches, culture and tasty food, the Algarve is exploding in popularity. A 7nt holiday to Albufeira is becoming more and more popular due to the low prices on flights and the year-round weather, perfect for a late 2018 getaway or planning ahead for summer 2019. We think the best way for you to figure out why so many people are visiting the Algarve is to visit for yourself!

Albufeira is our go-to for a bustling Algarve experience. Blue flag beaches, reasonably priced hotels and a flight directly into neighbouring Faro, Albufeira is a must-visit for an affordable 2018 holiday. Albufeira also has some great deals on hotels and flights throughout the year, making it viable for 2018 or 2019.

The Algarve, a golden stretch of Portuguese coast, offers up any number of resorts to choose from, from Vilamoura to Praia da Rocha, and we’re sure we can find something exciting just for you. With plenty of deals on flights, cheap hotels and all-inclusive packages, why wait to book your 2018 or 2019 Algarve getaway?

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Benidorm Holiday

Benidorm is just one of those iconic cheap holiday destinations. Some say it is the resort in Spain, especially if you’ve struck the Balearics off your list for 2018 / 2019. When the first skyscrapers started popping up along the coast of the Costa Blanca, decades ago, no one was quite sure just how much of an important figure this resort would become to the average British holidaymaker. Home to dozens of all-inclusive hotels, Benidorm beats off its Spanish rivals, such as Alcudia in Majorca, or Salou in the south of Spain, as the king of cheap all inclusive holidays.

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Known as a cheap holiday destination with perfect, well-kept sands and a choice of hotels – varying from all inclusive hotel bargains to stunningly good deals on great self-catering accommodation –  choosing Benidorm in the Costa Blanca for your next resort holiday makes as much sense as the copious amounts of ice-cream you’ll inevitably be eating. Booking a 7-night stay in Benidorm is a super cheap holiday, and the price includes flights and all-inclusive: a no-brainer! Then you won’t even have to worry about the cost of that ice-cream. Whilst you’re on the Costa Blanca, Alicante is another top choice and not far from Benidorm. Flights to the Costa Blanca land in Alicante.

Another popular Costa in Spain is the Costa Brava, with Lloret de Mar as a fantastic holiday option for a 7-night stay. Just up the coast from Barcelona, Lloret de Mar provides amazing Mediterranean beaches, affordable resorts and a range of family-friendly hotels. The Costa Brava is home to Barcelona, so if you ever tire of Lloret de Mar’s great atmosphere down on the Costa Brava – which is unlikely! – you could always plan a holiday to the Catalonian capital. Also on the Costa Dorada is Salou, a perfect family holiday destination.

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All Inclusive Holiday Deals 2018

Go all in with our fantastic all inclusive getaways. Offering everything you’ll need for a great getaway, you may all set to relax when you book one of these fabulous packages.

With an all inclusive getaway, there’s no need to worry about the fee, as all the important products is already included. Reserve a package, and likely to be able to enjoy meals, snacks, drinks and cocktails in the comfort of your hotel or resort. Other popular all inclusive amenities include entertainment and activities, and also you might even find health and wellbeing facilities, such as spa and gym use included.

If you are looking to treat the kids for an amazing trip away that they will never forget, look into our family all inclusive getaways. In addition to food and drink, all inclusive holidays packages often allow you to experience all sorts of sports and snorkling and diviing etc activities too. Childrens’ clubs and live entertainment may also be included, making them exquisite for keeping the little ones happy. Meaning you can just get on with sitting back, relaxing and unwinding.

Want to beat your special someone away for an extra special break? We now have packages that are suitable for couples all inclusive holidays, with an array of luxury hotels and vacation rentals to choose from. Publication one of those discounts and you’ll be ready to receive away from it all, and spend some intimate, romantic time together. They’re suitable for remembering a birthday, an wedding anniversary or a honeymoon.

Locate a bargain break by the beach. With this cheap all inclusive holidays, you can pay for to treat yourself.

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CHESTER CHRISTMAS MARKET | 16 NOVEMBER – 20 DECEMBER

CHESTER CHRISTMAS MARKET | 16 NOVEMBER – 20 DECEMBER

 

CHESTER CHRISTMAS MARKET

With over 70 traditional wooden chalets situated in the heart of Chester, shoppers are in for a treat at Chester Christmas Market. The twinkling Christmas tree and the smell of hot chocolate adds to the atmosphere and is sure to get everyone feeling festive. There’s an abundance of Christmas gifts, regional products, crafts, clothing, accessories, jewellery and stocking fillers available, so picking the perfect presents will be a walk in the park.

Chester has plenty of fantastic rentals to choose from, so forget overcrowded high street shopping this year. Book a stay in Chester for a magical Christmas shopping experience.

Choose a Christmas shopping holiday in Chester

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NATURALLY NORTH COAST & GLENS CHRISTMAS MARKETS

NATURALLY NORTH COAST & GLENS CHRISTMAS MARKETS | VARIOUS DATES

 

NATURALLY NORTH COAST

Naturally North Coast & Glens Market is a social enterprise that brings Christmas markets to local communities each year. The Christmas Tour for 2017 includes the Ballymoney Christmas Market on Friday 1 December, the Ballycastle Christmas Market on Sunday 3 December, the Roe Valley Speciality Market on Saturday 16 December and a new Market this year in Ballymena on 21 – 23 December.

The markets provide the perfect platform for local producers to showcase their talents and products. Each hosts a variety of artisan traders selling a wide range of hand-crafted goods from local artists and designers, and the finest foodstuffs from speciality food producers.

Book a holiday full of festive cheer in Northern Ireland

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