Book your holiday with Co-operative Travel
With the spiralling cost of living, many families are starting to spend their holidays “staycationing” at home. However, it’s still possible to book family holidays in the sun at a reasonable cost. We at Coop Travel have a wide range of cheap holidays available, from Tunisia to Tenerife.
Today, there are more cheap holiday options available than ever before. If you book your family holidays out of season at an all-year-round destination like Cyprus, Turkey or Majorca, you’ll find holidays at astonishingly low prices. The airport will be free of peak season mayhem, and you may even find your accommodation has been upgraded at no extra charge.
Some holiday ‘hotspots’, such as the Costa del Sol, Ibiza and the Canary Islands, can be almost too hot to bear in the summer months. If you want to get tanned without the heatstroke, look for last minute holidays in places like Marbella, Benidorm, Lanzarote and Tenerife. November and December are the prime time for finding low cosft holidays in these hotter-than-hot regions, with pleasant Mediterranean-style temperatures perfect for both tanning and sightseeing. Other possibilities include the Portuguese Algarve, Greece, and Western Turkey.
We also have ways to save money on your 2014 holidays and it doesn’t involve booking at the last minute. Holidays to ‘unfashionable’ destinations, or those new on the holiday scene, can offer tremendous savings. For example, the Costa Blanca resort of Benidorm is often derided, but what about Benidorm Old Town, or the beautiful region around Alicante? If you want to spend your 2014holidays exploring the ‘real’ Spain, the Costa Almeria is a perfect choice as it is still largely undiscovered, and very cheap.
If you’ve set your heart on a popular resort in, say, Ibiza, Crete or Cyprus, remember that discounts are often offered on early bookings, and you’ll have maximum choice. Remember, we at Co op Travel have cheap holidays all year round, so if you’re planning your 2014holidays, why not give us a call?