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Christmas family vacation-Cyprus or Dubrovnik?

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Our family is looking at going to either Cyprus or Dubrovnik for a family Christmas vacation. Our adult children(27 and 30) live in the UK so wanted something less than 5 hours out of LHR or LGW to connect with them from traveling from the states.
We are trying to find somewhere that has decent weather,easy to find vegetarian food for our son and things that will be open during the holiday season-trying to stay away from very Catholic countries.We love museums/history;beaches;food and drink,etc. Past vacations have been Morrocco,Canary Islands and Egypt/Jordan during the Christmas holidays.
BA and Easy Jet have some good fares so was wondering if I could get some imput before I head to the library for research books.Thanks for taking the time to read this-looking forward to your imput?

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