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Travel Supermaket: concise holiday information
Introducing Travel Supermaket
Travel Supermaket (travelsupermarket.com) is an excellent one-stop shop to assist you with planning your holiday. It provides a comprehensive and completely unbiased price comparison service.
The site offers a huge variety of holiday options, whether you’re happy sticking to the UK or would rather explore further afield. It also gives current pricing for all manner of holidays allowing you to budget effectively.
Travel supermarket deals
Seeking out a winter break is currently one of the top Travel Supermarket searches. With the dismal British summer giving way to short days and dipping temperatures, there’s always a strong temptation to look for sunnier climes.
Travel Supermarket are offering some excellent winter holidays. Although you can use the online form to tailor your search to pretty much any location you choose to think of, the site does provide some great holiday choices up front.
The Canaries are ever popular with UK holidaymakers. If you fancy the idea of seven nights in Lanzarote for two adults, departing from any London airport in October, then get booking now (for £199 per person). Gran Canaria is listed as the destination for flights from Scotland, for the same price, in December.
An even cheaper option for a week-long break is available at Fuertenventura, departing from the North West, and costing a bargain £159 per person (in November).
Caribbean breaks in winter
If you want to chase the sun in more far-flung locations, Travel Supermarket are also advertising Caribbean holidays. These range from 7 nights in the Dominican Republic in October, for 2 adults, costing £759 each, to December in St Lucia for £799.
All inclusive breaks
If you’re looking to keep your holiday as hassle-free as possible, you can opt for 7 nights in Majorca (departing from any Scottish airport) for £299 in October. There is so much to do on this Mediterranean resort – pubs, clubs, restaurants and sightseeing – that you can really switch off from Britain’s snow and gales!