Nice Airport: easyJet offers new summer destinations from €30

Low-cost carrier easyJet has unveiled three new destinations to and from Nice for the summer of 2024, promising sun-soaked adventures along the Mediterranean.

Fresh off the heels of the winter season, easyJet is expanding its offerings this summer with an array of affordable destinations, especially towards the sun-kissed shores and vibrant cities dotting the Mediterranean coastline.

Alicante: April to August

Alicante leads the charge, making its debut in Nice starting from Friday 5th April 2024. The Spanish gem will be accessible once a week throughout April, before ramping up to twice weekly flights (Mondays and Fridays) from May until 30th August.

On the easyJet website, one-way tickets from Nice to Alicante are currently available from €32. However, with the summer season approaching, prices are expected to rise slightly, ranging between €45 and €70 if booked now.

Malaga: from €31

Following closely behind is another Spanish delight, Malaga, with new flights operating from Sunday 2nd June. Travelers can enjoy the sunny charms of Malaga with three weekly flights until Sunday 1st September.

Early birds can secure seats on the Malaga-bound flights starting from €31.

Malaga was in fact part of the summer lineup in 2023, served twice weekly by the airline Iberia.

A glimpse of Greece: Kefalonia

Rounding off the trio is the picturesque Greek island of Kefalonia, nestled in the serene Ionian Sea. Commencing from 30th June, travelers can pick up a weekly flight departing on Sundays until 1st September.

Ticket prices for this scenic retreat tend to be slightly higher, starting at €90 on 30th June. During the peak summer months, prices soar, ranging between €120 and €185 euros for a one-way ticket.

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