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€5pp: A UK daytrip
Is this the lowest lead-in price of the autumn? Stena Line is offering a daytrip for foot passengers on its Dublin to Holyhead or Rosslare to Fishguard services from just €5pp. The small print? The trips are available Sunday to Thursday until November 2nd, and must be booked 48 hours in advance. Sailing times will give you up to two hours in Wales. 01 204-7777; www.stenaline.ie.
€133pp: A week in the Algarve
This is the cheapest seven-day holiday Magic Monday has seen this year. So what’s the catch? Well, the seven nights begin on October 29th, when the balmy summer temperatures have long-since abated. Southern Portugal will still be in the high teens, however – accommodation is at the three-star Atlantichoice studio apartments. 01 241-2389; www.gohop.ie.
€259pp: Autumn in the sun
Sunway has a host of autumn deals valid for bookings before October 8th. Flights plus seven nights start at €259pp in Morocco (3-star), €299pp in Fuerteventura (2-star) and €299pp in Turkey (4-star). 01 288-6828; www.sunway.ie.
€349pp: Last-minute Sardinia
Can you round-up three friends or family members before October 9th? If so, Grenham Travel has flights plus seven nights at the Buganvillia Apartments in Sardinia from €349pp based on four sharing. 090 649-2028; www.grenhamtravel.ie; www.itaa.ie/offers.
€456pps: A Camino classic
Caminoways.com is offering 10pc all 2015 holidays for hikers who book now. A Classic Camino trip, offering a week on the last 100km of the French Way including half-board accommodation, luggage transfers and a holiday pack, starts at €456pp in low season, excluding flights. 01 525-2886; www.caminoways.com.
NB: All prices subject to change and availability.
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