Southern Spain, Air, Car, 6 Nights, From $1,199
Take advantage of this travel deal and spend a week exploring southern Spain's Costa del Sol.
The Real Deal Vacation package includes round-trip airfare from New York City to Malaga, Spain, on Iberia; six nights at Sol Principe in Malaga; a seven-day mini-manual car rental with unlimited mileage, third party liability insurance, theft protection, collision damage waiver, and local taxes; and daily breakfast, from $1,199 per person—including all air taxes, fees, and fuel surcharges.
When Apr. 11, 2012 ($1,199); add $30 for May 9, 2012; add $40 for Apr. 18, 2012; add $50 for Apr. 25, 2012; add $70 for May 2, 2012; contact Virgin Vacations for additional date options.
Gateways New York City ($1,199); additional gateway cities also available.
The Fine Print Airport taxes and fees are included in the package price. Based on double occupancy; the single supplement is from $329. Read these guidelines before booking any Real Deal.
Book By No deadline; based on availability.
Why It's a Deal A recent Kayak search shows the lowest roundtrip airfare from NYC to Malaga starts at $1,099 in late April (Air France). Add to that $276 per person including taxes for six nights at Sol Principe, and you're spending $1,375 on airfare and accommodation alone. For $176 less, this package gives you airfare and six nights in Malaga, a seven-day car rental, daily breakfast, and includes all taxes and fees.
More Upgrade your vehicle to a compact manual car for from $32 more per person, a standard manual car for from $200 more per person, a standard automatic car for from $376 more per person, or splurge for a manual minivan for from $489 more per person.
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