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Young couple's first holiday abroad - Where to go?
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Old 18-01-2012, 12:51 PM
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Have a look on onthebeach.co.uk at their deals, I've booked 2 holidays with them and paid 30 for SC for 7 days and 45 SC for 9 days. Not been on the second one yet but the first place was much more than we expected for that price!

Tenerife is good but if you don't want it to be too noisy at night, Los Cristianos might be a better bet than Las Americas.

Nerja (apartamentos mediterraneo) is where I paid 30 for the week, lovely place, was quite quiet when we went in April but they said it livens up more in the summer but the main strip of rowdy bars is tucked away.
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You should choose a country first, then narrow down a resort and then start looking at hotel prices and reviews.

I really like Greece for holidays in Europe.
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You should choose a country first, then narrow down a resort and then start looking at hotel prices and reviews.
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Your requests can be met in practically any country that caters for beach holidays.
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