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Seasonal Holidays

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Seasonal holidays dictate your travel destination by the seasons of the year, giving you various options depending on where the sun gets to in the sky.

Spring is a great time to check out some of the Mediterranean vacations with many of the Spanish and Portuguese resort centres not only offering great deals and cheap holidays, but with significantly less crowded beaches than in peak summer.

There are plenty of great places for a summer holiday but stick close to home and travel to the Gold Coast. With dozens of centres along the coast from Southport to Coolangatta, and day trips down to Byron Bay, whether you want nightclubs or theme parks, the Gold Coast has everything.

Autumn offers a burst of colour and some of the most spectacular views of 'Fall' can be seen in New England, in North-East America, where those who travel to see the trees change colours are known as 'leaf peepers'. Boston is the closest city and you can catch the start of the basketball season at the same time and hit some of the famous University bars in the city.

Whilst Iceland is a great to spot to take in any time of the year, try visiting for seasonal holidays package deals in the winter and experience the eeriness that is next to no daylight. Whilst accommodation and alcohol can be expensive, Reykjavík has legendary nightlife with most clubs open until 7am at weekends.

Seasonal holiday packages offer significant variety and some wonderful experiences wherever you end up.

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