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Fabulous All Inclusive Getaways for June 2016

Having written a post for all-inclusive holidays in May 2016 and rather enjoying looking at the various gorgeous holidays I wanted to do the same for June.  So here is my top 5 holiday round up for all-inclusive holidays abroad (short haul) for June 2016.

The Holiday Village Costa del Sol, Spain (First Choice Holidays) looks like a fabulous place for a getaway for those ready to pack their bags and jet off into the sunset (9th-16th June).  I do love the Costa del Sol with its beach walkways, great weather and gorgeous foods.  The swimming pool looks great here with panoramic views of the sea.  If you have young children Tivoli World  (a local theme park) is great fun, I’ve been there a few times myself.  There are also two street markets where you can get some lovely shoes, bags etc. (Again I’ve been there a few times, quite a few and you can get some great bargains, don’t be scared to haggle either).  They have all sorts of activities for children and adults at the hotel and some lovely local beaches.  It’s a bargain at £390 per person (pp) and is popular with Trip Advisor users having a rating of 4 out of 5.

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Another hotel from First Choice Holidays at a similar price bracket but at a slightly later date (14-22nd June) was the Hotel Flamingo Oasis in Benidorm, Costa Blanca, Spain (£374 pp).  Here it is all about location and this hotel has it all.  There are shops, bars and restaurants just across the way and Levante beach is just a 15 minute walk.  Another 4 out of 5 rating with Trip Advisor users this sounds like a great place to visit.

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Akti Beach Club in Kardamena, Kos, Greece (Thomson) has a great collection of pools, with 3 for adults and 4 for kids. Activities include things like archery, boules and water polo.  This will set you back £410 per person for all inclusive (15th-23rd June).  Scoring 4 out of 5 with Trip Advisor users it’s a popular choice.  It is located near a long sand and shingle beach and there is a free courtesy bus to the local village.

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Atlantica Porto Bello Beach in Helona Beach, Kos, Greece (Thomson) is on a beach and also has a water park!!!  Its £415 per person (14-22nd June), all-inclusive, scored 4 out of 5 on Trips Advisor and looks lovely!  It has a large pool, chutes, slides and a lazy river.

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The St Elias Resort in Protaras, Cyprus (Thomson) looks amazing and has just been refurbished (May 2016) as a result it only has 1 review on Trip Advisor but that is for 5 out of 5 and I am sure there will be more like that.  Costing £422 per person (15th-23rd June) I suggest you get your skates on and book this one before it books up.  It is located 15 minutes from a beach and from bars and restaurants.

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I hope you enjoyed reading my holiday round up for all-inclusive holidays for June 2016.

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This Post Has 25 Comments

  1. A week at each would be fab over the summer… in my dreams! It is amazing though what deals you can find out there if you are prepared to look x

  2. I’m in the process of booking a holiday and I would love to go to Greece!

    1. Have fun deciding, I love looking at holidays!

  3. This post has me wishing I was going away on holiday right now! Some beautiful destinations there.
    I’d love to go to Greece, never been and hopefully will one day.

    1. I do hope you get to go it is lovely.

  4. Perfect choices! I would love to go to The Holiday Village Costa del Sol in Spain first. 🙂

    1. The area is lovely I love the Costa Del Sol.

  5. All of the pictures with the pools make me wish I was on holiday right now, I love your blog it’s so interesting and different x

    1. That is very kind of you Olivia, I love holiday posts I can imagine I’m there when I am doing research and writing.

  6. All these all inclusive hotels look amazing, we normally do villa holidays but did our first all inclusive in April in Lanzarote and would like to do this again, i’m definately considering your reviews.

    1. They can save you quite a bit of money although half board can also be a good option to let you try local foods.

  7. Since I’m moving to Holland next month in not getting a proper holiday this year. However your tips and top picks are a fab help for us choosing where we go next year. Thank you xx

    1. Glad to have helped Ruth 😉

  8. I would love to be able to go on holiday this month, but I am going to have to wait until the baby is born.

    1. Wow good luck with that. I hope you get to go away sometime soon.

  9. We’ve been discussing where to go next year and we are tempted to go back to Fuerteventura x

    1. It’s nice there lots to keep you busy.

  10. Great post. I would of loved to go on holiday this year. Hopefully next year I can x

    1. Start putting a little aside from now x

  11. I love the look of the room in the Akti Beach Club. I would like to visit Kos and I always like to go all inclusive so much easier with kids isn’t it

    1. It sure is, any extras are generally covered so it costs less.

  12. The St Elias Resort in Protaras Cyprus looks absolutely stunning, you have picked some amazing places.

    1. Thanks I do love looking at holiday destinations.

  13. I am going to Paris this weekend then Dublin in July and Copenhagen in July too. I don’t really do inclusive holidays but now and again it would be nice

    1. Enjoy, it’s nice to get to see different parts of the world.

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