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Blanc Palace, Sa Caleta
Blanc Palace, Sa Caleta
There's loads of fun to be had at the Blanc Palace Resort! Sharing some fantastic facilities, the already−popular Blanc Palace I and completely−renovated Blanc Palace II (reopening for summer 2012) are only separated by a small side road, so make perfect partners for a really special family holiday
Created on: 18 Apr 2012 | 5:29 pm
Stunningly scenic Mediterranean island
Sardinia holidays feature the second largest island in the Mediterranean, 125 miles west of Italy. Sardinia is rich in history and culture, has a wonderfully scenic coastline and has largely avoided the worst excesses of tourism. Sardinia holiday accommodation ranges from comfortable villas and country inns to luxury hotels. Package holidays in Sardinia often feature the pretty, walled harbour town of Alghero. Sardinia holiday nightlife is relatively quiet and tends to centre on romantic restaurants and cosy bars rather than lively discos. Sardinia holidays on the Costa Esmeralda can sample a selection of distinctly upmarket restaurants and livelier nightlife.
Explore a fabulous coastline
Terrific sandy beaches with beautifully clear, turquoise water are ideal for a relaxing beach holiday. There are plenty of idyllic, isolated coves and unspoilt Sardinia beaches for those willing to explore. All Sardinia holidays should include a trip to unspoilt Sardinia beaches in the La Maddalena National Park. Holidays in Sardinia are particularly popular with watersports enthusiasts, with rewarding water-skiing, windsurfing and surfing. Sailing holidays in Sardinia centre on Olbia and the spectacular Costa Esmeralda in the north. Sardinia diving holidays also enjoy a good reputation. Sardinia also offers first-class golf, superb fishing and beautiful horse riding. Walkers and cyclists on holiday in Sardinia have a wealth of fascinating routes to enjoy. Cheap early-season holidays in Sardinia will enjoy long sunny days and a profusion of wild flowers.
Mountain villages and gorgeous harbour towns
All holidays in Sardinia should include a look at the unspoilt interior with its wooded valleys, wild mountains and picturesque traditional villages. Popular Sardinia holiday excursions include Porto Ferro Beach, the ruins at Oristano, delightful towns like Nuoro and Sassari, and Cagliari with its ancient ruins.
All-inlcusive holidays in Sardinia
Sardinia, with its unspoilt character, gorgeous coastline and wonderful[…]
Created on: 17 Apr 2012 | 11:21 am
Take a look at a selection of our top 3 resorts in Fuerteventura
Best Canary Island beaches
Exceptional sandy beaches and year-round sunshine make Fuerteventura the Canary Island of choice for unhurried beach holiday relaxation. Busy Corralejo offers the lively scene you might associate with Tenerife but in general you will find resorts to be quieter than the larger islands. Families will enjoy well-equipped resorts like Caleta de Fuste while couples might prefer the slow pace and impressive natural beaches of peaceful south-coast resorts like Costa Calma. Complete your holiday with world-class windsurfing, a ferry trip to Lanzarote or an excursion into the fascinating volcanic interior.
When to go to Fuerteventura
A fantastically sunny climate with mild winters mean holidays to Fuerteventura are rewarding at any time of year. July and August are the busiest months but spacious beaches and extensive dunes ensure space for everyone even in peak season. Prices peak in the summer months as well as Easter, Christmas, New Year and school holidays. Many of the cheapest deals are found in winter and early spring when beaches still enjoy long hours of sunshine.
You should find plenty of bargains in spring and early summer, when the weather is simply idyllic and resorts are enjoyably laid-back.
The weather in Fuerteventura
No other destination in Europe can match the Canary Islands for year-round beach holiday sunshine. Conditions remain remarkably similar throughout the year. June to September are the hottest months but average highs are a comfortable 29º and humidity is low. Summer evening temperatures are in the low 20’s.
Spring sees gorgeous weather, with temperatures hitting the mid 20’s. An amazing daily average of 7 hours makes Fuerteventura a popular winter holiday destination. Winter temperatures in the low 20’s can match a good summer day[…]
Created on: 3 Apr 2012 | 9:19 am
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Corralejo Holidays – The best of Fuerteventura in one lively resort
A lively and enjoyably varied Fuerteventura resort with something for everyone. The aptly named Grandes Playas are astonishingly wide beaches of fine white sand reminiscent of the Caribbean. To the south is the El Jable Natural Park, a carefully conserved area of impressive sand dunes. An old fishing harbour and well-preserved old town offer more character than purpose-built resorts like Caleta de Fuste.
A modern marina, a beach promenade and a buzzing main square give Corralejo a much livelier atmosphere than south-coast resorts like Costa Calma and Playa Jandia. A busy nightlife scene with plenty of live music is complemented by family-orientated hotel entertainment for a predominantly British crowd. Add first-class watersports, camel rides, good walking, mountain biking, glass-bottom boat trips, jeep safaris, late night discos and a water park and you have a very complete resort with wide-ranging appeal.
When to go to Corralejo
You can really take your pick at any time of year. A fantastically sunny climate with mild winters means you can choose your moment and take advantage of the best offers. July and August are the busiest months but the size and range of Corralejo’s beaches ensure plenty of space even in peak season. Prices are highest in the summer months as well as Easter, Christmas, New Year and school half-term holidays.
Many of the cheapest Corralejo holidays are found in early and late winter, when beaches still enjoy long hours of sunshine. You should find plenty of bargains in spring and autumn, when the weather is simply idyllic.
The weather in Corralejo
No other destination in Europe can match Fuerteventura for year-round beach holiday[…]
Created on: 2 Apr 2012 | 5:19 pm
Cavelossim, situated next to Benaulim beach, is a peaceful beach resort located in the quieter and more serene part of South Goa. With a different atmosphere to the party scene of the north, Cavelossim is regarded as an upmarket region of Goa, with its’ numerous large and exclusive luxury hotels attracting many international visitors. Neighbouring resorts along this stretch of coastline include Colva and Varca Beach, all calm and tranquil havens, and the ideal spot for visitors looking for rest and relaxation in an idyllic beach resort.
A long stretch of clean white sand
The beach at Cavelossim is a 10km stretch of white sand, perfect for sunbathing and relaxing, shell-collecting or the more active pursuits of water-skiing or kayaking. The beach, like most of the resorts in South Goa, tends to be clean and not too crowded, and is served by a great choice of beach shacks, serving up delicious Goan dishes. Primarily a fishing village, the shacks and restaurants of Cavelossim also serve up plenty of wonderful fresh fish and seafood. Most of the entertainment revolves around the larger hotels on the beach, yet the resort is reasonably busy, with a good choice of shops, and has the typical village square housing the local church.
Enjoy the dolphin-watching
The pace of life in the south of Goa is fairly slow and relaxing, with the emphasis on enjoying the beach during the day, and the good food of either the shacks or the more up-market restaurants in the evenings. This stretch of coastline at Cavelossim is famous for its’ dolphins, with good facilities for watching at Bettys’ Place, and many dolphin-watching boat trips up the River Sal. A good way to explore the neighbouring villages and resorts of Cavelossim is by scooter or bike, and local taxis[…]
Created on: 2 Apr 2012 | 3:11 pm