Thursday, February 24, 2011

Heading Out to Malaga for Your holidays

There has always been a tradition for Brits to head abroad for their summer holidays, and when you consider the steady stream of poor weather that we all have to endure throughout the winter months it really is no surprise! By the time we enter spring, everyone is longing for the sort of sun and warmth that can only be provided by a weather system not found in our own country!

Obviously finances play a huge part both in terms of where people go, and whether or not they go at all. With this in mind it is important to consider the more affordable places to visit which will give you a total chance of scene, as well as climate.

One of the first places to spring to mind is Malaga, in Spain. Spain is renowned for being a cheap place to stay. Food and drink is a fraction of what you would expect to pay here in the UK, and on top of that, the coastal resorts surrounding Malaga have wonderful weather records. Of course, despite the fact that flights to Spain are in general very affordable, you still have to consider trying to find the best deals, which is why you should think about having a look at off peak flights to malaga. You can save a lot of money by searching in this way and getting there cheaply will only make you value your holiday even more!

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Best Euro Holiday Destinations for Sun - Tenerife

If you are looking for a holiday destination in Europe that is the ideal location to put your feet up and enjoy hot summer sun and beautiful beaches then you should look no further than the island of Tenerife. Amongst the most popular holiday destinations for visitors from the UK and mainland Europe, the island sucks in a huge number of tourists each year (approximately five million people a year visit the island for their holidays in recent times).

     Tenerife is the biggest of the Canary Islands, and has superb facilities to accommodate tourist demographics of all types from couples, young groups of friends, or families. People of all ages flock to the island to enjoy its fantastic coastline and beaches - with the beach at the town of El Modano amongst the best on the island. The climate is superb with summer temperatures averaging around 28 degrees centigrade - but with temperatures in winter still averaging a very pleasant 20 to 22 degrees centigrade Tenerife is also an island that can be visited to escape Europe's colder winter climates, and as such proves popular all year round.
     Hotels in Tenerife are available to cater for all tastes and budgets from self catering to high quality 5 star accommodation - so their is sure to be an option to fit all types of budgets and backgrounds. Cheap Tenerife Holidays are often available to book online and you can take thew hassle out of booking your trip by booking the holiday through the internet quickly and easily.