Spanish holiday destination Benidorm is offering a seven night stay with all-inclusive food for just £180.
The once thriving area has suffered a blow since the UK Government told travelling Brits to quarantine for 14 days upon return from Spain.
Two trade associations – Abreca and Cobreca – plus the Rosenberg Real Estate Agency and the Nicaragua Apartments have launched the attractive new scheme.
They hope that offering travellers a choice of where to stay and all their food for seven nights will entice Brits to visit.
But, it’s not like a normal all-inclusive.
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The food package means you can eat at a number of restaurants and bars around Benidorm which are owned by Abreca and Cobreca as well as at the hotel you choose.
You do have to pay for your own flights, but at as little as £19 with Ryanair, the holiday will set you back less than £200 in total.
What a bargain!
The group said: “This project is the result of the essential synergy between all the business sectors of the city and it will be a pioneer in Europe offering visitors to enjoy all the gastronomic offer of our city.
"The tourist will have a complete experience of Benidorm, being able to stay in apartments of Real Estate Rosemberg or Apartments Nicaragua and have breakfast, lunch and dinner in any bar, restaurant and cafeteria member of Abreca and Cobreca and adhered to this project.”
The scheme will launch next week on October 14.
Brits must self-isolate for two weeks upon return from Spain and must go straight from the airport to their home.
This means no stops to the supermarket or pharmacy!
You do not currently need to isolate in Spain.
The UK Government is looking to reduce the duration of self-isolation terms using airport testing.
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