Whether you’re after a summer getaway or a spot of winter sun, there are a whole host of low-cost holiday destinations available to suit varying tastes and budgets. The traditional locations such as Spain, Portugal and island hotspots like Malta are still firm favourites, and consistently draw in the crowds for holidaymakers seeking low-cost fun in the sun.
Aside from the old favourites, in recent years Turkey has also shot up the popularity stakes – especially for those seeking a great value getaway. Cheap holidays to Turkey 2013 are widely available, and make for a fun-filled family break. The likes of Bodrum, a lively resort centre with a gorgeous seascape, family-friendly beaches and a fascinating history, make the ideal location for families – while other regions such as Dalaman or Antalya are also well geared up for mixed ages.
The beauty of travelling with a tour operator is that customers can choose the style of holiday they want to book, and can travel knowing exactly what to expect. Take holidays from Thomas Cook for instance. If you book a family holiday through a reputable tour operator such as this, you’ll be assured a high standard of child-friendly accommodation along with many other useful features too, such as nearby shops or supermarkets, child-friendly beaches and entertainment options for the little ones.
On top of that, package holidays come with return flights, nightly accommodation and local resort transfers as standard, along with the services of a locally-based representative – perfect if you wish to ask any questions about the local area, or if any issues crop up during your stay. It’s particularly useful for those with the kids in tow as it helps take out the stress of going away.
It’s one more load off your mind and the ideal way to jet off for a spot of family fun in the sun.
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post
Photo Credit: Bodrum, Turkey by yilmaz ovunc