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Beach holiday with 2 & 3 year old

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Notfootball Mon 11-Feb-13 19:50:53

This will be the last year we can travel outside the school holidays so would like to go away in June to a European resort. We have about £1500 (possibly more) to spend for 7-10 days, any suggestions please?

Portofino Sun 17-Feb-13 14:45:21

Sardinia? Lovely beaches in Alghero.

MalkieFraser Sat 23-Feb-13 07:06:27

Corralejo in Fuerteventura. Has the most beautiful, child friendly beach I have ever seen. Miles of white sand, safe, quiet resorts and very reasonable to eat out.

Beatrixpotty Wed 27-Feb-13 16:51:01

Agree Corralejo is a lovely beach for children.Miles of sanddunes and not many other people on them.But as it is for June,Menorca would be lovely and the flight is shorter.Have a look at Punta Prima,went last year with my 2 who are a bit younger but had everything for this type of family holiday and it's an easy island to get around.

Mum2Fergus Sat 02-Mar-13 19:14:34

Sa Coma

FrameyMcFrame Wed 13-Mar-13 21:42:47

Menorca? V child friendly, short flight, very safe and lovely beaches

Wereonourway Wed 13-Mar-13 21:47:53

I've just booked a week in cala'dor in Majorca. For 2 adults and two 2 yr olds, a week all inclusive for just under your budget. Going in July but just before school hols
Found a fab website which had lots of bargains in decent hotels.

neolara Wed 13-Mar-13 21:50:36


excited99 Wed 13-Mar-13 21:54:04

We have just booked to go to Lido Di jesolo in Italy for £1300, half board, 2 adults, 2 children early September. It is a very family orientated resort.

BrigitBigKnickers Wed 13-Mar-13 22:12:26

Portugal/ Algarve- fab beaches, very child friendly, not too hot, short flight.

tillyann2013 Fri 22-Mar-13 22:30:25

We're on our way, that sounds exactly what we're after. Can you tell me more please?

Notfootball Sun 24-Mar-13 21:13:43

Thanks for your replies.
wereonourway which website did you use?

I love Portugal but I don't enjoy swimming in the Atlantic! Prefer the Med.

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