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10% Off Greece’s Most Popular Islands


10 January 2013

10% Off Greece’s Most Popular Islands

Save 10% on a 12-day adventure through Greece’s most popular islands with Tempo Holidays when booked by 28 February.

The new Cycladic Adventure explores Santorini, Ios and Mykonos and includes 11 nights’ accommodation with daily breakfast, return airport and port transfers and fast ferry tickets from just NZ$1108* per person twin share. The offer is valid for travel 1 April to 20 October 2013 and for new bookings only.

The package begins with two nights in Athens to explore the Greek capital’s most famous sights including the Acropolis and Syntagma Square.

It continues to Santorini, one of the most spectacular Greek islands known for its white-washed villages, volcanic caldera and some of the best sunsets in the world, the party island of Ios and its golden beaches and cosmopolitan Mykonos, famous for its legendary nightlife, iconic windmills and picturesque Little Venice.

Travellers wanting to make the most of their stay in Santorini can upgrade to a deluxe hotel with a spectacular caldera view.

Contact your local travel agent or Tempo Holidays at www.tempoholidays.co.nz, 09 520 1490 or info@tempoholidays.co.nz. For more information, refer to Tempo’s specials and promotions.

* Terms and conditions apply. Prices are per person, based on twin share accommodation and accurate as at 10 Jan 13. Cycladic Adventure special is valid for sale until 28 Feb 13 and valid for travel 1 Apr - 20 Oct 13. The advertised price is based on budget class hotels, is inclusive of 10% discount and valid for low season departures 1-30 Apr 13. Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply depending on date of travel. Airfares are excluded.



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