When you want to fly a little further than the Balearics, without the cost of heading to a long haul destination this summer, all inclusive holidays in Greece could be just what you’re looking for.
Whether you want to book a last minute deal and jet oversees during spring half term, or look a little further in advance at a summer getaway, Greece holidays have the ideal climate for those who love to travel from May to October.
As well as mainland resorts, such as the up and coming hot spot Halkidiki, Greece is known for its vast range of breath-taking islands. Kos, Rhodes, Crete and Corfu, are four of the most popular islands with Brits, while Skiathos and Santorini offer a slightly more laid back vibe, ideal for families with tots and toddlers.
Approximately four hours from the UK, the flight time is manageable with children of all ages. Pack plenty of activities, and purchase some sun cream when you pass through security. Temperatures once you land in your destination of choice can be as high as 35 degrees C in Crete during the height of summer. Be sure to keep the little ones covered.
Although Greece was once known for predominantly offering self catering stints, the rise of luxury accommodation has seen an increase in the number of all inclusive holidays in Greece. Greece holidays under an all inclusive scheme have made the destination more suited to families with youngsters, offering a more cost effective and convenient holidaying option.
All inclusive holidays in Greece do differ depending on your hotel choice – however, as standard, you can expect three meals per day, snacks and local alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Entertainment facilities are typically diverse, with many complexes offering kids clubs, mini discos and early-evening productions.
Cut the cost of your family holiday this summer and look online for low cost all inclusive holidays in Greece from trusted discounted holiday websites.
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