Now is the time to start thinking about winter holidays!  The longest day is here, it’s downhill all the way to Christmas.  Quite depressing really – but it doesn’t have to be.


Although it’s reported that 17 million Brits aren’t taking a summer holiday this year due to the credit crunch, it might be a good idea to relook at the finances.  We’ve got some fantastic offers for this winter.  Get the sun and save money at the same time!


If you can spare a few weeks away – why not look at spending the damp, cold months of January or February in a warmer clime?


For example, you could spend 4 weeks at the 5 star St Raphael Resort inCyprusin January 2012 from £1950 for 2 people on Bed and Breakfast board basis.  That’s under £500 a week!  It’s one of the best hotels on the island.  If you went there in July 2011 – you would pay over £2100 for a week all inclusive, so you can see what a bargain this is for January 2012.  The weather inCyprusin January is much better than in theUK– temperatures averaging at around 15 degrees C, with up to 5 hours of sunshine a day.  It can be wet though in January.  If you stayed inLondonin January however, you’d be suffering temperatures of under 8 degrees C.


We’ve got longstay offers forCyprus,Malta,Canary Islands, MainlandSpain,Turkey, theAlgarve,GoaandEgypt’sRed Searesorts.  So if you fancy some sun for several weeks this coming winter, just get in touch!


You can be assured that you are dealing with a very experienced, professional travel organisation.  Anyone who contactsDiamond Travelwill get excellent personal service.  My clients are very important to me – many clients have been with me for years.

PS – did you know we can book all kinds of travel – by rail and sea as well as by air!

Diamond Travelact asThe Global Travel GroupLtd in connection with the sale of travel products. Unless specified as the operator,The Global Travel GroupLtd is the agent of ATOL Protected Tour Operators and other principals.

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