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Activities Abroad New Holidays

Family activity holiday specialist Activities Abroad is introducing two new family holidays in Croatia for 2014, plus a new itinerary in the Meteora region of Greece

Catering for families who are keen to get the most out of their holidays, each itinerary is packed with activities that all ages can enjoy together. There’s also an age-matching service which provides parents with the peace of mind that their offspring will find themselves amongst like-minded friends.

One new option is an island-hopping adventure in Croatia. With an activity for each day – apart from one free day towards the end of the week – this holiday uses a medley of activities as a means to explore the area. A gentle day of cycling on Sipan Island will take you through picturesque villages, past fortresses and along coastal paths with a picnic stop at a local farm. A boat ride will take you deeper into the archipelago to Mljet Island with its forests, lakes, 14th century monastery and spectacular views. Another day will see you hiking and visiting picture-perfect Dubrovnik, while two days of sea kayaking provide ample opportunities for swimming and snorkeling. On the penultimate day, kayak to Lopud Island, home of idyllic white-sand beaches and a beautiful Franciscan monastery. Each evening, return to Hotel Bo˛ica – a charming four-star hotel on the island of Sipan, complete with outdoor pool and private beach.

Departing May, July and August, the new Croatia – Dubrovnik and Sipan Island Multi-Activity Holiday costs from £1,225 per adult or from £1,175 per child (8-12) – two sharing (or a child sharing with two adults) – including flights (London), transfers, seven nights’ B&B accommodation, five other meals, all activities, equipment and tuition.

The second new Croatia trip is based around the Plitvice National Park – a stunning area made up of 16 striking lakes and numerous waterfalls. Ideal for energetic families, you’ll explore the area via various means: on foot, by bike and through the water. Count waterfalls on a hike whilst traversing walkways and bridges, whizz across a canyon on a zip wire, white-water raft along the Croatia-Bosnia border, explore vast caves on foot, kayak through a canyon and negotiate rapids on a canoe safari. Swimming stops are factored into the itinerary, as are farmhouse lunches with opportunities to try both Bosnian and Croatian dishes. With activities tailored to keep all family members happy, you’ll soak up the local culture as well as trying your hand at a range of activities. A free day allows families to explore independently (or to take a well-earned break), whilst the wooden bungalow accommodation also provides each family with time to themselves.

Departing May, July and August, the new Plitvice Lakes family trip costs from £995 per adult and from £945 per child (8-14) – family of four sharing – including flights (London), transfers, seven nights’ B&B accommodation, six other meals, all activities, equipment and tuition.

The third new trip is a family adventure centred around Kalambaka, a town located within the Meteora region of Greece. The beautiful surroundings lend themselves to all sorts of activities: hike along ancient trails used by the monks of Meteora, have a lesson in rock climbing and maybe mountain bike around the area, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other highlights include canoeing around the beautiful man-made Lake Plastira, stopping for a picnic lunch and canyoning at Mouzaki Grand Creek Canyon where you’ll rappel, slide and jump down the rocks and waterfalls. Plenty of time is set aside for families to relax on their own too, be it splashing about in the hotel’s pool, pottering in the local town, booking additional activities and watching numerous (but always impressive) sunsets over the intriguing Meteora landscape.

Departing April, July and August, the new Meteora – Family Adventure in Greece costs from £1,045 pp (two sharing – suitable for children aged 6+) including flights (London), transfers, seven nights’ B&B accommodation, three other meals, all activities equipment and tuition.

Visit: www.activitiesabroad.com

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Date Published:
21st March 2014

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David Betterton
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