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HOTTEST HOLS TO BE WON; # Family break in Costa Blanca # Majorca getaway for lovers.

HOLIDAY 01 - A FAMILY FORTNIGHT IN COSTA BLANCA

OUR fabulous family prize is a 14-night holiday to the Costa Blanca - which boasts 170 miles of sandy beaches, blue seas, citrus groves and sleepy villages.

Our lucky winners will stay at the Terralta Apartments in Poniente, on the outskirts of Benidorm. The Dolphin and Crew Clubs will entertain the kids during the day while the Early Evening Watch will keep an eye on them later.

The prize is for 14 nights for two adults and two children (maximum age 16). Accommodation is based on four people sharing a one-bedroom apartment on a self-catering basis.

Prize must be taken between May 1 and October 31 2006, excluding July, subject to availability at time of booking

HOLIDAY 02 - ACTION-PACKED WEEK IN MAJORCA FOR COUPLE

OUR lucky winners will check into the Hotel Bouganvilla Park in Sa Coma, Majorca, an action-packed complex which offers excellent entertainment.

During the day you can enjoy the summer sunshine and relax with a cool drink by one of the two outdoor pools. If you're feeling energetic, there's a wide range of sporting activities, including tennis, volleyball and football.

The prize is for two adults for seven nights. The accommodation is based on two people sharing a studio, staying on a self-catering basis. The holiday must be taken between May 1 and October 31, 2006, excluding July and August, and is subject to availability at time of booking

HOW would you like to jet off on a sunshine trip to Spain - FREE? We've teamed up with Direct Holidays to offer a fabulous family trip to Costa Blanca and a break for two to Majorca in 2006. Our cracking contest coincides with the launch of Direct Holidays' 2006 brochure.

There are some great bargains on offer if you book before July 25, 2005, including guaranteed free child places, two weeks for the price of one, half-price insurance, adult savings of up to pounds 160 per couple and a deposit of just pounds 30 per person.

Direct Holidays fly to 29 destinations direct from Scotland including Florida, Mexico and the Caribbean.

For further details of breaks, see Direct Holidays' Summer 2006 brochure.

To request a copy of the brochure, visit their website at www.directholidays.co.uk

or call 0870 242 2404. For your chance to win a fabulous free break to either Costa Blanca or Majorca, simply tell us: How many destinations do Direct Holidays fly to direct from Scotland?

Call 0901 563 8459 then key in the number which corresponds to the trip you want to win - 01 for Costa Blanca or 02 for Majorca.

Then leave your answer, name, address, daytime phone number and date of birth. Contest closes at noon

on Wednesday. Winners will be chosen at random from assembled correct entries.

Calls cost 60p per minute. Calls from some networks, payphones or mobiles may be more expensive.

Please ask billpayer's permission before entering. Editor's decision is final. Usual Sunday Mail rules apply

# Flights are from Glasgow Airport. Travel to and from the UK airport is at the cost of the winner. Holiday insurance is not included.

# There is no cash alternative available. # Extra people may be added to the holiday booking at the normal, full brochure price. The winner of theTERMS AND CONDITIONS

contest must travel and the prize is non-transferable. # Employees of Direct Holidays, the Sunday Mail, Daily Record and their immediate families are not eligible to enter. Prize cannot be redeemed in conjunction with any other offers. Prize is not valid for late deals. Full brochure terms and conditions apply

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Date:May 1, 2005
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