• 10 May 2017, 21:02
  • Giovanni

7-night stay in 4* beachfront hotel in Preveza, Greece with breakfasts + flights from London for £215!

Discover the Greek region of Epirus!

Head south to explore the Greek region of Epirus! Book 7 nights in a very nice 4* hotel and flights from London for only £215 per person (based on booking for 2)!

Preveza is located in the region of Epirus, in the north-west part of Greece, between the mountain range of Pindos and the Ionian sea. Combining untouched mountainous and beautiful seaside landscapes, the region is perfect for all the kind of holidays!

To find out more about Preveza and Epirus go to Lonely Planet online shop >>.

You’ll be staying at 4* Ionian Theoxenia, a property with very good reviews and just 3 minutes walk from the beach. It offers sauna and a gym,a swimming pool and children’s pool. A rich buffet breakfast is included and free WiFi is available throughout.
The modern, spacious rooms, most with large balconies with views of the sea, have a LCD TV and feature a sitting area. Most bathrooms are equipped with Korres toiletries, slippers and bathrobes.

Travel dates:
May 24-31

London – Preveza – London

Sample reservations for 2:
London – Preveza – London >>>  

You’ll be staying at 4* Ionian Theoxenia so follow our links and book your vacation!

 Baggage policy:
One cabin bag per passenger.

How to book:
To book cheap flights from London CLICK HERE >>

To book cheap accommodation CLICK HERE >>

Offer Details:

  • 7 Nights
  • 2 Sharing
  • 4* hotel with breakfasts
  • Flights

Price Breakdown:

  • Flights for 2: £158 round-trip (£79 per person)
  • Hotel: £273/ 7 nights, 2 sharing (£136.5 per person)
  • Total: £431/ £215.5 per person

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