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Sunny, but not too hot holiday destination

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Hi everyone!

I'm new here, so nice to meet you all!

I'm looking forward a great summer destination that will be a solution for my checklist that I'll show you in a moment. I'm 17 actually and since my father passed away last summer we had no mood and occasion for a together holiday with my mother and maybe my siblings (all 3 aged 21-27).

This summer, as one year of mourning will be gone I'd like to plan a wonderful holiday. My checklist that needs to be covered includes a sunny place (maybe an island) in Europe, which is not too far from my country (Poland - mid-east Europe), not too hot (my mom is struggling with high-blood pressure which causes in swallen feet etc) but it should have a beach - I love to lay on a beach, read a book and swim in the sea. The place also should not be as a touristic mekka as Egypt f. e., but it also should have some nice facilities. Finally, accommodation. I'm looking for a nice (all-inclusive preferably) hotel which is not one of those huge resorts, but it should have a pool. If you have visited a particular hotel like that, please make sure you'll tell me about that! Air conditioning is a must-be.

Pricing - not expecting budget holidays with that preferences, but the top limit is approx. €500 / person / 7 nights (without travel - flight etc)

I really look forward your answer and I'd be delighted to receive some recommendations from you!

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