Ryanair are offering seats for just £5 to places like Mallorca and Toulouse - but you have to book before 6pm today (March 22).

Missed out on a spring training camp or having the post-camp blues? If you have holidays to take, and you’re quick, you can book a flight to a number of cycling destinations for just £5.

Budget airline carrier Ryanair are having a 12 hour sale today with 100,000 seats from £5 to a number of European airports, with travel between April and May. A number of return flights are also available for a fiver.

Included in the list are cycling hotbeds Mallorca and Girona, while the south of France and Tuscany are also just £5.


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Flights to Mallorca and Girona are only at this price from Newcastle, while Leeds are offering flights to Pisa, Italy, which is just a stone’s throw away from the Apennine Mountains and the rolling roads of Tusancy.

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For London travellers, Luton is flying to Faro, where the recent Tour of Algarve was held.

Stansted is specialising in flights to the south of France: Toulouse and Carcassonne appear to be the best options, while Bordeaux on the Atlantic Coast is also a possibility.

Bristol, too, has options for southern France, flying to Béziers. Flights for £5 to Valencia are also departing from Bristol.

The cheap flights, though, are offset by the airline imposing a £60 charge to transport your bike, meaning it will cost £120 to take your bike to and from your chosen destination.

Before you book, though, probably best to check with your boss and your other half if you are allowed a last-minute cycling trip.