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Our Destinations


Costa Almeria

Costa Almeria

The Costa Almeria is as varied as any of the Spanish Coasts. The coast is completely unspoilt. To the east of Almeria we find the rugged and desolate coast of the Cabo de Gata - Nijar natural park. This is an arid desert landscape and the annual rainfall here is less than 200mm. It is sparsely populated, few villages and a very low population density. Visitors feel a sense of exploration here as many of the coves can only be reached on foot. This area is particularly popular with nature lovers and back-packers. West of Almeria is the highly developed tourist resorts of Roquetas de Mar and Aguadulce.

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Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca is called, the part of the Spanish east coast, washed by the Mediterranean Sea and for the province of Alicante. It consists of 244 km of beaches, is a very important tourist area on which include cities like: Denia, Alicante, Benidorm, Elche and Santa Pola. It offers plenty of tourism is the main tourism beach and sunshine, beaches and coves of transparent waters, and all kinds of water sports (sailing, windsurfing), but also, less known is the domestic tourism, with hills and valleys, with panoramic views, fresh air and which preserves the traditions of the Costa Blanca.

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Costa del Sol - Huelva

Costa del Sol - Huelva

The coast of Huelva is a point and apart from the Spanish coast. Located where the Atlantic hits the Mediterranean, has the longest and most beautiful beaches of Spain. Fine sand, unspoilt nature and a deep cultural and historical heritage, make this land a luxury for the senses. Visitors feel the break in their skin, while contemplating the future of the waves, the beauty of the coastal towns or while looking at the tops of the Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche. Ayamonte, Doñana, Lepe or Palos de la Frontera are just some of the magic places here.

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Costa del Sol - Malaga

Costa del Sol - Malaga

The coast of Malaga is a perfect example of harmony between tourism development, culture and history. The visitor will find, in addition to excellent sandy beaches and a truly Mediterranean climate, a wide range of cultural and leisure activities. Markets, water parks, attractions, exhibitions, competitions, a zoo, restaurants, spas, senior resorts' authentic rural landscapes, churches, ruins ... The coast of Malaga is synonymous of fun and relaxation and a place where visitors will enjoy a second youth. Once you visit it, surely you will return.

 

Average Temperature on the Costa del Sol

Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Average High 16 17 19 20 23 27 29 29 28 23 19 17
Average Low 7 8 9 11 13 17 20 21 18 14 11 9
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Madeira

Madeira

Madeira, discovered in 1419 by Portugese navigators is an archipelago of volcanic origin. It consists of the island of Madeira (the largest and most populated with its capital in Funchal,Porto Santo and two groups of uninhabited islands - the Desertas and the Selvagens (bird sanctuaries). Madeira's mild climate (between 16ºC and 25ºC) and legendary natural beauty make this a remarkable holiday destination. The island is served by weekly direct flight from Dublin by SATA Airlines from April 1st.

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Majorca

Majorca

Mallorca is one of the most important tourist destinations around the world. This island is known for its climate, its beaches and landscape, with very broad cultural, historical and gastronomic patrimony. Among its famous beaches, is highlighted Trenc S'Arenal or Alcúdia, the coves of Cala Murta, Tuent Cala or Cala Figuera. The Cathedral (La Seu), the historic center of Palma, the north coast, the wonderful underground caves are just some of the many attractions of this fantastic island.

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Malta

The Maltese Islands offer an exhilarating contrast of colours: the azure of the Mediterranean, the mellow honey-coloured limestone which characterises the architecture, and clear skies. The Islands are a feast for the senses.

 

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Portugal - Algarve

Portugal - Algarve

The Algarve is the southernmost region of Portugal and it's one of Europe's favourite holiday destinations well known for glorious year round sunshine and excellent sandy beaches. Algarve.org is an online guide, ideal for anyone planning the perfect holiday or even considering relocating to the Algarve. Here you can find property for sale, holiday villas & apartments, hotels, car hire, airport transfers, tours, excursions, golf, nightlife, restaurants and much more.

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Portugal - Lisbon Coast

Portugal - Lisbon Coast

Situated on the South Western coast, Lisbon offers a rich diversity of magnificent landscapes, seashores and entertainment. The capital of Portugal, Lisbon is a legendary city with over 20 centuries of history.
Also the stage for popular festivities, the place for exquisite shopping and exciting nightlife and museums. Lisbon is easily accessible from our coastal resorts. Only 50 minutes from Cascais and 45 minutes from Estoril by train
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