Planning your Villa Holiday

By: Nick Cox

If you are in need of a break away from the unpredictable British weather, then a Villa holiday could be just the thing you need.

Villa holidays provide an altogether different experience to say that of a hotel. They're a home away from home, only with guaranteed sunshine and the option of having your own swimming pool!

They're great for families large and small and when it comes to choice of locations then you can take your pick from practically anywhere in the world.

Before you book your dream villa holiday then here are a few things to consider first...

Cooking -Most villa holidays are self catering with the majority providing well equipped kitchens; however, it's a good idea to enquire about the cooking facilities before you leave.

Swimming Pools - One of the main attractions to villa holidays is having your very own pool. If you are travelling with young children then check the features of the pool to see if it is safe for children. For example, does the pool have a shallow end that is safe for toddlers and children to enter safely? Also, check to see if the pool is exclusive to just your villa, as some pools are shared with other villas nearby.

Budget - The prices of villas varies greatly. Think about how much you are willing to spend, while also remembering to include additional expenses such as hire cars and flights etc. Villas are normally charged weekly for the entire property, not per person. With this in mind, make sure that you don't rent a property that is too large for the number of people in your group.

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