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The best affordable luxury holidays for summer 2021, including Turkey, Greece & Spain from £224pp

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FAMILIES are craving a summer holiday right now after being stuck in lockdown for months on end.

While a lot of of us are happy with modest resorts in Benidorm and caravan parks in Skegness, sometimes it's nice to get a lot of luxury for a little money.

Luckily there are plenty of summer holidays this year that offer a slice of the high life for a fraction of the price.

These range from five-star hotels to fully inclusive breaks with fine dining and drinks.

From Turkey to Croatia, these affordable luxury breaks are sure to impress without having to blow the budget.

We've rounded up some of the best deals to book now.

  • TUI Affordable Luxury offers for Turkey, Ibiza, Rhodes, Mexico, Crete, Cyprus from £499pp
  • TUI Sensatori by TUI Blue holidays from £499pp
  • TUI Platinum holidays from £360pp
  • Jet2 Holidays Lux Collection breaks to Algarve, Majorca, Lanzarote, Crete, Tenerife, Madiera and more from £571pp  
  • Jet2 Holidays Family Lux collection to Salou, Menorca, Lanzarote, Rhodes, Majorca, Cyprus and more from £580pp
  • Easyjet Holidays 7-nights all inclusive at Arum Burat Hotel, Turkey from £899pp
  • Easyjet Holidays 7-nights all inclusive at Lindos Grand Resort & Spa, Rhodes, Greece from £899pp
  • Easyjet Holidays 7-nights all inclusive at Elysium Hotel, Paphos, Cyprus in July from £787pp
  • Easyjet Holidays 7-nights at Grand Villa Argentina, Dubrovnik, Croatia in July from £854pp
  • HolidayPirates 7-nights all inclusive at the 5* Parrotel Beach Resort, Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt with flights from £224pp
  • British Airways Holidays 7-night holiday at Sol Palmanova, Majorca with business class flights from £426pp

Big name travel companies have got great offerings on their high end holidays, including stays in five-star hotels and luxury breaks designed specifically for families.

Boris Johnson explained on February 22 that UK holidays could restart from April 12, but is yet to announce when a trip abroad is back on the cards.

Another announcement on April 12 will be given for foreign holidays, but is expected to be no earlier than May 17, and more likely to be June 21.

Later in the year, this means Brits should be able to head off on a well-deserved holiday, and by 2022 travel should hopefully be back to normal.

There are also great deals to be had on foreign breaks for later in 2021.

There are cheap all inclusive holidays for this summer, many of which have free child places and there are many cheap package holidays.

If you fancy staying in the UK, holiday parks are also offering huge bargains - some of which start from £3pp a night.

We've also found cheap deals in the warmest parts of the UK, as well as at Britain's best beaches for dog owners and those with kids.

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