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ExitPursuedByABear Fri 11-Mar-16 14:59:46

Give me your best tips for where to take DD for a week when she finishes GCSEs.

Close to a beach, easy access for me and my cripply bits, close to restaurants/cafes/bars but not noisy.

Reasonably priced.

I thank you.

tkband3 Fri 11-Mar-16 15:04:22

Either Soller or Puerto Pollensa in Mallorca - both beautiful, both have lovely old towns...if I had to choose, I'd go for Pollensa smile.

Ginmakesitallok Fri 11-Mar-16 15:05:34

Menorca is lovely too. Cala galdana was lovely, but maybe too small/quiet?

gymboywalton Fri 11-Mar-16 15:08:20

i second puerto pollensa
beautiful beaches
lovely bars/restaurants
gorgeous

ExitPursuedByABear Fri 11-Mar-16 15:11:39

grin We have done Pollensa - I agree it is lovely - but not sure I want to go back (it was the last holiday we had with my mum and for personal reasons it might not have good vibes).

DD fancies Greece, but I am not sure how I feel about Greece and the whole migrant crisis.

Will have a look at Menorca.

Thanks for your input.

Onykahonie Fri 11-Mar-16 16:18:47

How about Arillas in Corfu? As far as I remember it's pretty flat.
www.arillas.com/

Makemineacabsauv Sat 12-Mar-16 22:36:09

Roda in Corfu - very flat, opposite side of the country for migrants (unless they want to get to Albania which I doubt!), beautiful beach, fab restaurants, bars etc. low key, friendly and very relaxing. There are 2 nightclubs but no noise! We love it!

Makemineacabsauv Sat 12-Mar-16 22:38:16

We've booked a 2 bedroom apartment in Roda for e400 for 2 weeks in school hi days - extra e5 a day for AC. That's basic (still has pool, bar etc) fo there is good range of cheap to luxury accommodation.

Chocolatteaddict1 Sat 12-Mar-16 22:39:22

Cala n bosh in menorca.

Beautiful beaches, nice family resort, lovely marina and restaurants.

It's our family holiday every year. It's only two hour flight!

ExitPursuedByABear Sat 12-Mar-16 23:35:05

Thanks. Will check out suggestions tomorrow.

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