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    I have 5 days free at the start of September and I have around £700 to spend. I fancy a relaxing beach holiday, somewhere with stunning scenery, good food and hot weather.

    Any suggestions?

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    Croatia's beautiful, apparently. I'm so very jealous of your money.
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    (Original post by Wild_Precious_Life)
    I have 5 days free at the start of September and I have around £700 to spend. I fancy a relaxing beach holiday, somewhere with stunning scenery, good food and hot weather.

    Any suggestions?

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    I don't want to pick a specific place as you may have a different taste to me, but i have found this link;

    http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/tra...cle1292126.ece

    Its the times's top 20 beaches, so if one catches your eye, you can look into the area.

    Good luck with your research
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    caribbean. its a long where to go for a week though. but generally beaches, hotels, atmosphere and everything is generally better than most places ive been to. dominican republic i also think is the best outo f the caribbean islands. good luck finding somewhere! i always try to go somewhere ive never been before because its always more interesting
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    Austria. It has some of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe - there's a reason why Hitler spent most of his time there.

    Really, it's a lovely country with lovely people. Very diverse too due to the country having three main languages. Maybe get a tent and go on a camping holiday or I'm sure there are a million and one tourist locations.

    It beats the usual Spain / France route and the unbearable heat of the Americas! (Austria has great summers though, I should add)

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    Malta is a nice place! not too far and english is an official language. I have no clue what sort of food they have there tho. but it's def. worth researching.. I have been there twice.
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    I went to Montenegro for a couple of days whilst travelling, the coast is incredibly beautiful, good food and very few tourists.
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    Or Croatia, but that's getting pretty touristy.
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    Cruise for a week. Best holidays end of.
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    (Original post by Wild_Precious_Life)
    I have 5 days free at the start of September and I have around £700 to spend. I fancy a relaxing beach holiday, somewhere with stunning scenery, good food and hot weather.

    Any suggestions?

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    Turkey.

    And it's meant to be pretty cheap and has got everything you ask for so can come in at £700 whereas some of the other suggestions are most likely £1k+.

    Have fun where ever you go...
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    (Original post by *MJ*)
    Turkey.

    And it's meant to be pretty cheap and has got everything you ask for so can come in at £700 whereas some of the other suggestions are most likely £1k+.

    Have fun where ever you go...
    My friend's keen on Turkey too, I'll discuss it with her tomorrow!

    Croatia and Austria are great suggestions too. Excited! :p:
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    (Original post by Wild_Precious_Life)
    My friend's keen on Turkey too, I'll discuss it with her tomorrow!

    Croatia and Austria are great suggestions too. Excited! :p:
    Yup they are but Turkey seems perfect for everything you want and it's very good value.

    Good luck and have fun...
 
 
 
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