Sicily and Sardinia breaks in May from just £195 with Keycamp
April 20, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel NewsSardinia and Sicily are famed for their cosmopolitan resorts, historical sights and spectacular natural beauty, which families and couples can now enjoy camping breaks on these islands from just £195 per party with Keycamp, accommodation only.
Keycamp's Baia Blu La Tortuga parc is nestled between the turquoise waters and pine-clad mountains of Sardinia's Northern coast and offers unrivalled access to watersports including scuba diving, sailing, windsurfing and waterskiing. A family camping holiday offers a cost-effective way to discover this sophisticated island.
Seven nights from 10 May for a family of two adults and up to four children staying in a two bedroom Villaclassic mobile home with decking will cost £195, accommodation only. Flights from Gatwick to Olbia can be arranged through Keycamp at a supplement.
Keycamp's El Bahira is ideally situated on the Gulf of Makari and has private access to sandy beaches, as well as two swimming pools and a host of outdoor activities including cycling, tennis and snorkelling and provides the ideal spot for a Sicily family holiday.
Seven nights from 10 May for a family of two adults and up to four children staying in a two bedroom Villanova mobile home with decking and air-conditioning will cost £199, accommodation only. Flights from Luton to Trapani and Stansted to Palermo can be arranged through Keycamp at a supplement.
To book, or for further information, call Keycamp on 0844 406 0319 or visit www.keycamp.co.uk.
Notes to Editor
Baia Blu la Tortuga, Sardinia
Sardinia's glorious white sands, mountainous countryside and the bustling city of Sassari are all in easy reach of Keycamp's Baia Blu La Tortuga parc. Why not experience a taste of Sardinia's Roman past at Tharros, with its ancient thermal baths and temples, or go back further in time and discover the ancient Nuraghi Stones at Chia?
El Bahira, Sicily
In Sicily, the majestic Mount Etna, a fascinating past of Mafioso influence and the vibrant capital of Palermo make this Italian isle one of contrasts. El Bahira is perfectly placed to explore the surroundings with the nature reserves at Monte Cofano and Zingaro just 11km away. The harbour town of Trapani is close at hand and the ideal spot to enjoy classic Sicilian cuisine with its African influence.