Turkey; Hisaronu (Good Reviews!) w/Meals Included £169 (HALF PRICE!) @ Voyager Travel Direct (via Travelzoo)
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Turkey; Hisaronu (Good Reviews!) w/Meals Included £169 (HALF PRICE!) @ Voyager Travel Direct (via Travelzoo)

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Found 28th Apr 2012
Flying out 2nd May from Gatwick for 7 nights.

Flights and Hotel (Half Board) Included. Not sure about transfers.

Great reviews on trip adviser for the hotel (link in post)

£169pp based on 2 people sharing.

8 Comments

Great deal, I used to live in that part of Turkey. Nice hotel, easy accessible to the beach and town via the bus. Bit far to walk it though..

Good deal, easy to get around on the dolmus and plenty of lovely places to visit,we are off to turkey on the 17th may staying a few miles away at calis beach,can't wait for a nice bit of sunshine

Anyone know the price of flights roughly,and how to get them cheaply. Im single bloke, and I am looking at b&b as my cheapest option. Thus i avoid the under occunapncy. Can anyone suggest anythink? Thanks

We went to calis beach on honeymoon 14 years ago, it was nice, then stayed on the lagoon at olu deniz, 2 years later which was fantastic

Cant understand how these last minute deals get hot anyone with half a brain can search and find a cheap last minute deal at this time of the year.
Edited by: "andy5and" 28th Apr 2012

leeparsons

Anyone know the price of flights roughly,and how to get them cheaply. Im … Anyone know the price of flights roughly,and how to get them cheaply. Im single bloke, and I am looking at b&b as my cheapest option. Thus i avoid the under occunapncy. Can anyone suggest anythink? Thanks



Your best bet is skyscanner.net, then use hotelscomparison.com to search for your accommodation. I always find Hotels4u.com really cheap and have used them loads of times. (Part of Thomas Cook)

dazza230

Your best bet is skyscanner.net, then use hotelscomparison.com to search … Your best bet is skyscanner.net, then use hotelscomparison.com to search for your accommodation. I always find Hotels4u.com really cheap and have used them loads of times. (Part of Thomas Cook)


Yea but whats the going rate for a flight these days. With goverment tax being add all the time (this is the last time they keep saying), and cost of petrolgoing up, I dont see why it has jump as much as it has. About 3years ago you could get a flight for below £90-100. I have seen it for £78 cheapiest. Ok I know things goup, bla bla bla. Thou to jump from average of 100 to now £160+ is quiet a big increase. So anyone know how to get a cheap flight, but not in middle of winter, say june or july or september and know a trickplease tell me. Havent been away for ages. I hate to line the pockets of these rip off airlines.
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