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From East Mids: School Holidays 26 July 1 Week Family of 4 to Corfu Palm Grove Apartments in Sidari £1176 @ Jet2Holidays
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From East Mids: School Holidays 26 July 1 Week Family of 4 to Corfu Palm Grove Apartments in Sidari £1176 @ Jet2Holidays

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Posted 4th Jun
Don't all shout at me if it isn't your school holidays as I knoe some break up on 23rd, some break up on 26th. I've checked a few areas and found parts of Birmingham break up on 23rd so this should at least suit some.

It's not the cheapest deal I've posted and who knows if prices will drop, but I tend to class anything for school hols around under £300pp a good price but then in the past there has been some cracking deals, let's hope prices drop more to the sub £250pp and lower

For those that want to lock in a break now, this works out £294pp total £1176. As it's with Jet2 you get luggage, transfers included.

Flying from East Mids staying at the Palm Grove Apartments in Sidari Corfu 26 July for one week.

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Heat for the price during school holidays. I've lost already the last 3 nights searching for a holiday in August, nothing decent under £2,000. Will have a look tomorrow at this one as J2C website is updating now.
Mine break up on the 19th july
Fabulous price. Sidari is lovely. Heat from me. Thanks
HOW FAR IS THE BEACH & is thre waterparks amusements for kids?
Thanks Rach. I’ve booked my summer hols - a deal I found on here. Doesn’t stop me 👀 at your deals though. This one’s fab.
Self catering? eugh
sheffield78805/06/2019 00:40

Heat for the price during school holidays. I've lost already the last 3 …Heat for the price during school holidays. I've lost already the last 3 nights searching for a holiday in August, nothing decent under £2,000. Will have a look tomorrow at this one as J2C website is updating now.


Yes school holidays inflate prices that they are no longer reasonable and affordable.
humadoon05/06/2019 19:44

Yes school holidays inflate prices that they are no longer reasonable and …Yes school holidays inflate prices that they are no longer reasonable and affordable.


Yes, in Ireland kids can have up to 10 days off school and nobody has concerns they will miss on education. They can go abroad when prices are low.
Education does not happen at school only, education means travelling, socialising with other nationalities, making friends, learning from experiences, meeting with relatives and so on.

I think what Ireland did is very good. In the UK you can't take the kids off school and during school holidays you can't go anywhere because of the shocking prices. If you're lucky enough, you may find something cheap and you'll end up surrounded by drunks and party animals. Or you save for a whole year, again your child missing on things as you have to be wise with your money.

Not only this, you suppose to enjoy your holiday, not to think twice when buying an ice cream for your child. Even worse, I know people borrowing money to pay for a holiday, 2 years later they are still paying the debt.

I wonder who misses on education, us here, or those in Ireland.
sheffield78805/06/2019 23:15

Yes, in Ireland kids can have up to 10 days off school and nobody has …Yes, in Ireland kids can have up to 10 days off school and nobody has concerns they will miss on education. They can go abroad when prices are low. Education does not happen at school only, education means travelling, socialising with other nationalities, making friends, learning from experiences, meeting with relatives and so on. I think what Ireland did is very good. In the UK you can't take the kids off school and during school holidays you can't go anywhere because of the shocking prices. If you're lucky enough, you may find something cheap and you'll end up surrounded by drunks and party animals. Or you save for a whole year, again your child missing on things as you have to be wise with your money. Not only this, you suppose to enjoy your holiday, not to think twice when buying an ice cream for your child. Even worse, I know people borrowing money to pay for a holiday, 2 years later they are still paying the debt.I wonder who misses on education, us here, or those in Ireland.


I agree one of my mate takes kids off from school and pays fine instead of taking them during half term time. He said it's around 50 quid for a week or so.
humadoon06/06/2019 07:07

I agree one of my mate takes kids off from school and pays fine instead of …I agree one of my mate takes kids off from school and pays fine instead of taking them during half term time. He said it's around 50 quid for a week or so.


It is £60 per child, per parent. So with 2 kids is £240. Still worth to pay the fine sometimes.
sheffield78806/06/2019 10:39

It is £60 per child, per parent. So with 2 kids is £240. Still worth to p …It is £60 per child, per parent. So with 2 kids is £240. Still worth to pay the fine sometimes.


Definitely worth it
If you have children and you struggle to find a decent deal for August, just booked our holiday for last week in August, starts 26th, £1,140. Unfortunately the moderators decided not to post it.

Flights with Ryanair from Birmingham to Girona, 2A+2C, £487 including seats, hand luggage and a 20kg suitcase.

Accommodation: Camping La Masia in Blanes, next to Lloret De Mar, Costa Brava. Caravan booked via Siesta Holidays, I have used them before. £655 for 7 nights including AC, towels, linen.

The Camp site is listed on Eurocamp website but for £500 more. Have a look, it seems like a nice place.

I've got 2 children and I found campsites and pools are better for them rather than hotels and beach. The campsite is by the beach anyway. Moreover, they have kids club and evening entertainment for both, kids and adults, also kids pool, splash pool, play area, etc. We visited 3 campsites so far, and I think these offer more for children.

Transfer via shuttle, public transport or taxi (aprox £40 each way). Less than 30 min from the airport.

Hope will help some looking for summer holidays at a decent price.
AMSY77705/06/2019 11:11

HOW FAR IS THE BEACH & is thre waterparks amusements for kids?


Sidari has it's own waterpark but the one about 20 miles away is much better and worth the extra expense. Coach trips can be booked from the town centre. There is also an amusement arcade in the town. Sidari has lots of family evening entertainment, cheap and good places to eat and it has a big sandy beach with shallow waters. The apartments are on the outskirts of Sidari, so it's pobably a 15 min walk to the beach with plenty of bars and shops along the way. Taxis are cheap and plentiful.
Edited by: "maddoglewis" 9th Jun
Decent deal this, although with the bad weather this week. I ended up booking Egypt 5* all Inc for 2 weeks for £2500 for 3 of us. 48 days and counting
Seems to be expired now! I went for this deal though but chose a slightly better choice of apartments. So is sidari good for a family holiday?

Are the restaraunts reasonably priced?
Edited by: "PAUL7331" 13th Jun
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