• 3 Dec 2017, 22:30
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MAY: 7-night stay at 4* resort in Sardinia + cheap flights from London for just £156!

Spring holidays in Sardinia!

Amazing chance to spend a pleasant week in the stunning Italian island of Sardinia! With this package deal you can fly from London to Cagliari and stay 7 nights in very nice resort with good reviews for only £156 p.p.!

This package, based on 2 travelers, with flights departing on May 20th and returning on May 27th will cost you only £156!

Sardinia, due to its various landscapes characterized by a mountainous interior and especially a coastline with turquoise waters and wonderful beaches, attracts throngs of holiday-makers every year. Besides the naturalistic heritage, Sardinia will enchant you with its intriguing history and interesting archaeological sites. In fact, due to its position, was on Mediterranean trading routes and consequently subjected to the influence of many civilizations including the Phoenicians, Romans and Byzantines and later Spanish domination.

We picked for you the well-rated 4* Albergo Residenziale Gli Ontani. Surrounded by greenery, Gli Ontani is set 1.4 km from the popular Cala Liberotto white sandy beach. The property offers 2 swimming pools and a BBQ. Apartments and rooms are brightly coloured and air conditioned. Each one features free Wi-Fi and a TV. The apartments also have a fully equipped kitchenette and a terrace or garden.

Travel dates:
May 20-27

Remember that travel dates are fully adjustable, so the flight dates you choose are ultimately up to you.

Routing:
London – Cagliari – London

How to book:
CLICK HERE>>

Baggage policy:
One cabin bag per passenger

Offer Details:

  • 7 Nights
  • 2 Sharing
  • Well-rated resort
  • Flights

Car:
To rent cheap car click here.

 

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