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Family holiday over Easter - where to go?!

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OldLadyInPolyester · 19/02/2022 14:16

Im desperate for a holiday somewhere but I've not had much success in booking enjoyable breaks since we've had kids (maybe I just need to resign myself to the fact that holidays are hard work with young children?!). Kids are 3 and 6.

Over the past 2 years we've obviously only had UK breaks. Mostly caravans near the seaside. Been unlucky with the weather every time so it's been a struggle to find things to do. The best holiday was Bluestone in Wales. Prior to covid we went to Menorca on a package holiday and found it very stressful but the kids were a lot younger then...

I've vaguely looked at Gran Canaria because the weather is likely to be nice. Maybe an Air BnB?

I would love your holiday recommendations for both UK and Europe for an Easter break. What made it family friendly? What's good for kids and adults to do? Thanks Smile

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Notdoingthis · 19/02/2022 16:31

Yes Gran Canaria is a great choice. No time difference, no pcrs if double vaccinated, very family friendly, great weather and a really interesting place. If you are on a budget you can do skyscanner + booking.com or Thomas Cook/ onthebeach
It's a lovely place.

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OldLadyInPolyester · 19/02/2022 19:05

Thanks @Notdoingthis Any recommendations for areas?

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trulyconfuseddotcom · 19/02/2022 20:07

Just back from Mogan n Gran Canaria, it was really nice! Would go back in a heartbeat for April if we could afford it. We stayed at Radisson Blu Mogan but there are other options.

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