Save money with all inclusive holidays in 2011 in Spain

One of the easiest ways to watch what you spend is to go on an all inclusive holiday to Spain. On an all inclusive package, airfare, hotel, meals, drinks and sometimes excursions are included. That means, the rest of your expenses are minimal. All inclusive holidays in 2011 are available through many UK holiday companies and in just about every area of Spain. Here are some of the best.

For the over 50s, Saga Holidays runs some incredible all inclusive holidays in 2011. One of our favorites is a two, three or four-week trip to Albir and a hotel stay at the Hotel Kaktus Albir. Saga's all-inclusive holiday package includes three meals a day, all the coffee or tea you can drink, free alcohol after 1pm, wine with lunch and dinner and at least four excursions.

The Hotel Kaktus Albir is on the beachfront and is the prettiest hotel in Albir. The town itself is wonderful for shopping, relaxing at one of the many coffee shops, or taking long walks along the promenade. It's only a 30 minute bus ride to Benidorm too. For a three-week all inclusive holiday, you'll pay around £998, with prices slightly higher or lower, depending on which month you go. Check out this all inclusive holiday and many more at travel.saga.co.uk.

Thomas Cook is the master of all inclusive holidays, as they've been doing them for decades. One amazing package perfect for the whole family is at the hotel Vista Bahia in Portinatx on the Spanish island of Ibiza. Gorgeous sea views, a cliff top location, and a beautiful beach, -- you and your kids will have the time of your lives.

All inclusive here includes airfare, hotel, three buffet-style meals, snacks and ice cream throughout the day, coffee and tea, games and activities, plus nightly shows and entertainment. As of August 15th, 2011, prices start at £470 per person for a week's all inclusive stay. Find out more at www.thomascook.com.

Other companies that run all inclusive holidays in 2011 include www.monarch.co.uk and www.firstchoice.co.uk.

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