Low-Cost Escapes to Greece

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***EDITOR’S NOTE: This post was written and sponsored by Catherine Lavinia.***

So you fancy a holiday in Greece next summer? And why not – after all, those picture-perfect beaches, well-equipped hotels and amazing historical ruins sum up to make a cracking holiday. And best of all, a holiday to Greece doesn’t have to cost the earth.

Thanks to high competition between tour operators, hotels and airlines, cheap holidays to Greece are readily available both during the peak summer season and during the quieter months. For package holiday deals, check out a major tour operator like The Co-Operative Travel – http://www.co-operativetravel.co.uk//greece/ – and browse the range of deals on offer. When you search between April and October, you’ll start to notice a number of last minute deals on offer, which are typically advertised between 4 – 8 weeks prior to the departure date. This is a great way to snap up a low-cost break and means you can often travel during the peak season and school holidays without paying over the odds.

Of course if you prefer to plan ahead, you can find cheap holidays to Greece by taking advantage of package tour operators’ early bird deals and booking offers, which might be a discount on early bookings or other incentives like free child places. The best-value holidays are often found by booking outside of major school holidays, and often in early or late summer season. For instance, look for holidays in Greece in April or October, or even May and September, and you’ll probably notice that prices are a little cheaper. The climate is normally more bearable too, without the scorching hot temperatures of mid-summer. This is a great time to come and enjoy the many wonderful sights and sounds of Greece, and you can usually fit in some pleasant sunbathing time too.

So whatever you fancy, there are low-cost holidays in Greece to suit virtually every taste and budget imaginable. It’s just a matter of finding your favourite…

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