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Maldives may half-term with Emerald Maldives Resort & Spa

by Staff GBAF Publications Ltd

Maldives may half-term with Emerald Maldives Resort & Spa

Found in the Raa Atoll, surrounded by 1.5km of soft white sand on a private 20-hectare island, Emerald’s Deluxe All-Inclusive Formula allows little ones to have their pick from all food and drink outlets at the resort; from Latin American food at Amazònico Restaurant to Asian at Le Asiatique Restaurant.

The Dolphin Kids Club is the largest in the Maldives, covering 1,500sqm. The club has both an indoor and outdoor playground, swimming pool, zip line, climbing wall, slides and Tibetan bridge. Programmes change daily, with games and activities for each age group, from sandcastle building classes to kid’s yoga. There are even cooking classes where little ones can make pizza, cotton candy and BBQ.

From £8,429 for a family of three including return flights and deluxe all inclusive package departing 19 May.  

A Hub for Kids Adventure Masseria Torre Maizza, Puglia 

In this region of coastal villages, Masseria Torre Maizza sits in the middle of a slew of excellent family adventures, with The Rocco Forte Kids programme welcoming children of all ages – with programmes tailored for babies, kids, and teens.

  • Young guests staying at Masseria Torre Maizza will have their stay accompanied by Olivia, the sea turtle, and enjoy a personalised mini check-in, a special Olivia the cuddly sea turtle toy, yummy treats in the restaurant and pint-sized bathrobes and slippers.
  • Keep your kids entertained with activities and experiences that can be organised through the hotel concierge. These include a Zoo Safari at nearby Fasano’s 140 Hectare Zoo, Go Karting at Fasano’s Kartodromo, a Treetop Adventure at Castellana Grotte, Indiana Park treetop obstacle course, and Horseback riding available to riders of all abilities and of all ages.
  • Family Experience (from €850): Families can enjoy 20% off a Two-Bedroom Family Room, €100 credit towards children’s activities and complimentary meals for kids aged 0 -3 years, or 50% off meals and drinks for kids between 4-16 years with this package.

For the sports-mad – Hotel Village at Chia Laguna Resort, Sardinia

Hotel Village at Chia Laguna Resort sits on the southern coast of Sardinia and boasts spectacular views of rolling hills, turquoise waters and even a flamingo-filled lagoon; perfect for getting your children interested in the great outdoors.

The kid’s club was recently renovated and now features a cinema alongside new educational entertainment and activities. Children ages 3-17 can spend time with others their age and get involved in a wide range of group sports including 5-a-side football and beach volleyball. The expansive kids club even organises sports tournaments, theme-based nights and barbeques until 11pm.

Prices from: 223€ per night during half term period

For a city break filled with culture – Porto’s Cultural District

For a day filled with fun, head to Vila Nova da Gaia and WOW, Porto’s Cultural District. The District has a wide range of experiences bound to entertain, from seeing a real-life chocolate factory (and of course trying some) at The Chocolate Story, to Planet Cork, a fully interactive experience about the uniqueness of cork and varied uses from traditional wine stoppers to the world of aerospace.

The District has a wide range of restaurants for all interests and age ranges including T&C, to try the best of Portuguese cuisine in a renovated port wine cellar, Golden Catch which serves the highest quality fresh fish, and Pip with salads, burgers and pizzas – designed with families in mind.

For guaranteed fun in the sun – Cullinan Belek, Turkey

Cullinan Belek is a luxury all-inclusive resort that offers a stress free getaway for families, with everything conveniently located in one place. This Turkish resort boasts a 3,000m2 water park that gives both children and adults the chance to try out the 13 slides on offer. With 13 pools and an 800m private beach on offer, there is no shortage of places to soak up the sunshine.

Upupa Kids Club has a wide range of kid’s shows and activities that continue until 2am! Those aged 2-16 can adventure in the soft play adventure park, play boardgames and even participate in painting, ceramics, dancing and DJ workshops; all whilst under careful supervision from the trained team on hand.

Train to be a Gladiator with Hotel de Russie, Rome

It’s easy to see why ancient Rome engages a young audience. What better way to burn off some holiday energy than with an immersive history lesson on the famous gladiator games?

  • An action-packed two hours at Gladiator School is unlike any sports day little ones will be used to all take place in a reproduction of an ancient Roman village, (complete with authentic wooden houses, an amphitheatre and a themed soundtrack). Youngsters will don tunics and wooden weapons to participate in the training before a good-natured battle with their teacher.
  • Located between the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo, let Hotel de Russie be your conduit for fun and adventure with a fantastic array of family-friendly experiences on offer including pizza making, and discovering the best gelateria in Rome.