All Inclusive Fuerteventura Break

7 Nights in Well-Reviewed All Inclusive Resort incl. Return Flights from Dublin or Shannon

  • Hotel Labranda Tahona Garden
  • Stars
  • Accommodation Apartment
  • Departure airport Dublin
  • airline Ryanair
  • meals All Inclusive
  • Great for couples Hotel for couples
  • Food at your fingertips Hotel restaurant
  • Keep connected Free WiFi
  • Great location Hotel near beach
  • Splash about outside Outdoor pool
Holidayguru recommends 26.11.19 to 03.12.19 Spain Fuerteventura
p.p. from € 314

Stave off the winter blues with a cheap and cheerful all inclusive break to the sunny shores of Fuerteventura! I was poking around on Expedia and came across some great offers departing from both Shannon and Dublin, so this is definitely something to look forward to once the colder winter weather rolls in!

Included in all deals are your return flights and your 7-night stay at the Labranda Tahona Garden. Just a quick hop in the taxi from the airport and you’ll be there – it’s situated in little resort town of Caleta de Fuste which boasts a lush sandy beach. At the hotel you’ll have your own apartment, so make yourselves right at home and enjoy the all inclusive catering included during your stay. On-site you’ll also find an outdoor pool too.

For an all-inclusive break this is some fantastic value for money, so even if you’re on a tighter budget you can still treat yourself to that well-deserved break. I’ve gone ahead and listed the cheapest dates for 2019 I could find at the top of the deal. :)

Rocky coast of the atlantic ocean at Fuerteventura
Rocky coast near Cofete, Fuerteventura

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