Qatar Airways Holidays (QRH) is bringing back "exciting" summer holiday travel packages to Greece this summer, due to "popular demand".
“The packages this year provide even more hotel options to enjoy a hassle-free vacation from Qatar to the wonderful beaches of Santorini, Mykonos and the Cyclades,” the QRH said in a statement on Thursday.
Travellers seeking a beach escape can opt for the famous Greek island of Mykonos, popular for its cosmopolitan vibe and vivid nightlife.
Qatar Airways Holidays has once again partnered with the “exquisite” Myconian Collection, an ultra-luxury hotel chain, to curate travel packages offering flights, transfers to and from the airport, and three-night stays in a luxurious resort, with breakfast daily.
The handpicked hotels are spread over various locations on the island, so travellers can choose to stay close to the beach, or in secluded areas of the island.
QRH travellers will also enjoy exclusive savings of up to 21%.
Beach lovers can enjoy the picturesque views of the island of Santorini.
Santorini is considered among the most desired beach escapes around the world, and is highly recommended for couples and honeymooners to enjoy the most stunning sunsets.
The packages include direct flights from Doha starting from June 7 until the end of September.
Those who prefer to experience Greece by sea can discover the charming Cycladic islands with QRH travel packages, offering an eight-day cruise on board the beautiful “MS Galileo” yacht, as well as flights and transfers.
Travellers will embark on a lifetime experience where they will get the chance to admire the crystal-clear waters and sandy beaches of 11 Greek islands without ever having to unpack.
“From discovering the hidden coves of Paros, to wandering the ancient streets of Paros, to savouring incredible Greek cuisine in Folegandros, there is something that will delight every traveler,” the QRH said. “Enjoy incredible savings of up to QR9,500 per booking (based on two people sharing a double room) and other added extras, including cabin upgrades and food and drink vouchers.”
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