8. Fes-Saïss, Morocco from £85For the price, that’s a cracking deal to get you a flight into the mountainous interior of Morocco. Fes–Saïss serves the city of Fes, an intoxicating place in which to get a taste of North Africa. It gets impressively hot in the summer, regularly hitting 35 degrees C.9. Gran Canaria from £96Gran Canaria’s climate actually varies across the island, but in the sub-tropical summer you’re safe to assume it’ll be pretty hot anywhere. Give us a beach, put a cocktail in our hand, and we’ll be happy.10. Alicante, Spain from £99We’re all off to sunny Spain! Head to popular resorts such as Benidorm for classic sun, sea and sangria holiday fun, or you could combine time on the beach with a city break in Alicante.Want a bargain? Don’t dawdle! Flight prizes are correct at time of going to press (3 June 2013) but are subject to change as people snap up the best deals!ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Need to get away a few days away abroad, a week on the beach maybe? It’s not too late to get a cheap flight to the sun this summer. We’ve done a thorough search to find you 10 flights to sunny places ranging from Croatia to Morocco, all coming in at less than £100 return.1. Montpellier, France from £32Not big on tourist attractions, but a lovely city for a stroll, a shop, a lunch and an afternoon nap in the sun in the botanic gardens. Take the short trip to the nearby port of Sète to indulge in some of the best seafood in Europe.2. Zadar, Croatia from £36We know we gave Zadar a shout out last week, but really cheap flights are still available, so we’re giving it the big up again. Wander the walled port, get the ferry over to the island of Dugi Otok, and watch the sunset from your dinner table by the harbour. 3. Murcia, Spain from £57Murcia’s 250km of coast, La Costa Cálida, (the Hot One) enjoys over 3000 hours of sunshine each year, so you should be ok for a tan. Murcia’s nightlife is hot, hot, hot so you take your tapas as nature intended – al fresco.4. Faro, Portugal from £62The Algarve is famous for family beach holidays, and golf, but Faro itself is worth a couple of days as a city break. There are no beaches in Faro itself, but if you feel the need for sand, you can get to it easily by bus or water taxi.5. Pula, Croatia from £68Re-enact scenes from Gladiator in Pula Arena – one of the world’s most impressive surviving Roman edifices – to work up an appetite for Istrian cuisine like calamari, spicy meatballs and prosciutto ravioli.6. Biarritz, France from £75Surf’s up! Who needs Hawaii when you’ve got Hossegor, one of the most awesome spots in Europe to ride the waves, which is just up the coast from the once-glamorous resort of Biarritz that in its heyday attracted high rollers of a different kind.More: Five super surf spots for beginners7. Alghero, Sardinia from £75Thanks to budget airlines, Sardinia, playground of the rich, famous and footballing, is not just the preserve of megayacht-owning magnates, Premiership stars and their WAGs. But you may bump into one or two if you’re strolling on a white sand beach on the Costa Smerelda. Related7 cheapest autumn sun spots under £50Escape to the sun for less than you think this autumn with these seven places you can fly to for under £50.6 cheap summer sun destinationsSix super summer sun destinations only a couple of hours flying time away, with flights starting at less than £50 return.Skint spring trips: 6 flights for under £35From Sweden to Croatia, we pick six of the cheapest flights going on Skyscanner for a spring trip, all for less than £35 return.