Mediterranean and the Canaries: 7 Night Self-Catering Stay For Up to Eight from £249 With Solmar Villas
With a wide range of exotic self-catering villas encompassing traditionally styled Italian houses and modern extravagant Spanish mansions as well as exotic Greek manors, the Solmar Villas cater to sun-baked holidays across the Mediterranean coasts and the Canary Islands.
Overlooking the waters of the Mediterranean Sea, the private villas are all individually decorated and some boast private pools and gardens. A list of villas to choose from (included in the deal) may be found here.
An array of mainland properties on the Costa Blanca, Costa Brava and Costa del Sol offer stretches of beach and plentiful sunshine.
Guests opting for an island break may choose to embark on estates found in the exotic Menorca, Mallorca, Cyprus, Lefkas, Kefalonia, Lanzarote or Fuerteventura.
Destinations available for options 1-4: Lanzarote, Menorca, Mallorca, Costa Blanca, Costa Del Sol, Costa Brava, Algarve, Cyprus, Turkey, Lefkas and Kefalonia.
Destinations available for options 5-6: Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Menorca, Mallorca, Costa Blanca, Costa Del Sol, Costa Brava, Algarve, Cyprus, Turkey, Lefkas and Kefalonia.
Groupon’s Guide To The Mediterranean Coast
From the world-renowned exotics of Mallorca to the Hellenic heritage of Cyprus, the shores of the Mediterranean Sea offer a vast diversity of countries and cultures to be seen. When it comes to sunbathing, swimming or simply wandering around, every spot on this map beckons with particular attractions such as Algarve’s artificial reef or Timanfaya National Park.
Paphos Archaeological Park in Cyprus includes sites and monuments from prehistoric times to the Middle Ages, while Palma de Mallorca beckons with Gothic architecture in the Le Seu Cathedral. Relaxing strolls come easy at the Botanical Park of Maspalomas, a verdant spot in Gran Canaria, and the history of Fuerteventura is unravelled in the Betancuria Archaeological Museum. Whether diving in the deep sapphire waters of Alrgarve or hiking on the steep trails of Lanzarote, these areas number both relaxing and energetic activities. With a mild and warm climate, Kefalonia is the largest of the Ionian Islands, offering a diverse and landscaped scenery filled with unspoilt flora and fauna as well as cycling, walking and horse riding opportunities. Further on, in the southeast of the Ionian archipelagos, lies the small island of Meganissi, with traditional Greek stone houses and narrow cobblestone streets, the island’s history goes back to Homer’s ancient times.