Daily Star Sunday - - RESULT! - Edited by VICKY LISSAMAN

with a re­fresh­ing sea land­ing. If you don’t fancy the jump your­self, you can chill with a cock­tail at the Blue La­goon bay and watch dare­dev­ils glide through the sky.

For those who want to push the boat out, book into the ul­tra­con­tem­po­rary Hil­ton Dala­man Sarigerme Re­sort & Spa, on the edge of the Dalyan river and the Med.

With its pol­ished suites and ocean-view rooms, this five-star re­sort of­fers a long list of ac­tiv­i­ties and lots of op­por­tu­ni­ties to re­lax. The sprawl­ing es­tate, just 10 min­utes from the air­port, boasts 10 pools, a 24-hour gym, a wa­ter park, a pri­vate beach, Zumba, yoga, archery and aer­o­bic classes.

There are also bike tours, a pet­ting zoo and a daz­zling ar­ray of evening en­ter­tain­ment. Keen to lux­u­ri­ate in pri­vate? Hil­ton’s “Gaze­boland” of­fers large, se­cluded chill out ar­eas on the beach com­plete with ham­mocks, mini­bar, mu­sic, per­sonal Jacuzzi and a buzzer to or­der food and drink from your own but­ler. But if you re­ally need DEVON: Ar­rive Septem­ber 25 at Chal­labor­ough Bay Hol­i­day Park for a four-night self-cater­ing break. Pay from £139 (was £169, sav­ing £30) and stay in a Guille­mot car­a­van which sleeps up to eight. See parkdean­re­ MAL­LORCA: En­joy an Oc­to­ber half-term hol­i­day with seven time out from the world, in­dulge your­self at the Hil­ton’s sump­tu­ous Ely­sion spa. It boasts Ro­man baths, heated pools, steam room, sauna, plunge pool and a Turk­ish tea area.

And if the mud­bath left you in need of yet more ther­apy you can al­ways try the spa’s Ham­mam, a tra­di­tional Turk­ish exfoliating mas­sage in­volv­ing deep tis­sue dig­ging and tough epi­der­mis scrub­bing which will leave your skin glow­ing from head to foot. LON­DON THE­ATRE: DORSET:

■ FEAST: Dala­man’s mar­ket. Inset left, Kings’ Tombs ■ SU­PER GLOOP: Tourists bake in sun af­ter mud pack at Dalyan nights’ all-in­clu­sive at the three-star Club Cala Ro­mani in Calas de Mal­lorca for £367pp. Price based on two adults and two chil­dren...

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