Villa thriller

Scott, Louise
March 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);3/5/2010, Vol. 5, p50
Trade Publication
The article presents information on several packages for travelers who opt for villas for their vacations. For families with young kids groups like Meon Villas and Just France offers a large selection of villas in places like Corfu, Greece and Cyprus. For groups of young friends, groups like Villa parade have options in Portugal and similar places. Villas with Style from Thomas Cook Ltd. are suitable for groups of older friends.


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