Destinations

MALLORCA

Mallorca

Cosmopolitan as no other island, Mallorca stands for nowadays mediterranean lifestyle, merging the modern and the traditional: relax, culture, sport, wellness, shopping pleasure, sun & fun. As a contrast to the pulsing day and nightlife of Palma, Mallorca’s beautiful countryside is sewn with hidden peaceful villages, set in a variety of unspoilt landscapes, with fantastic coast lines, picturesque mountain regions and uncrowded little bays and beaches. Due to its unrivalled easy accessibility by air and by sea, Mallorca is not only Europe’s nº1 leisure destination, but also a worldwide known venue for group & incentive travel., offering good quality hotels, high tech conference and convention centres , modern communication facilities, an excellent gastronomy and outstanding leisure opportunities.

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MENORCA

Menorca

Despite the onset of mass-tourism, Menorca remains as the most unspoilt and quiet of the Balearic islands, with a small but very modern international airport. Still today, there is only one main road on the island, between Mahón and Menorca's former capital Ciutadella! Since 1993 Menorca is protected as "Unesco Biosphere Reserve" minimizing the impact of economic development compatible with nature conservation, focused around the island's beaches with its fragile ecosystems. Its coastline rugged with many picturesque bays and virgin beaches,being an island of important natural and cultural heritage with a very singular architecture, important prehistoric monuments and famous local festivities, Menorca has remained quiet and green. Menorca is a popular destination for families holidays, but also offers all commodities for succesful group & incentive travel.

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IBIZA-FORMENTERA

Ibiza and Formentera islands

Known as the “white isle” Ibiza is a magical and legendary place, where hedonism, music, hippie culture, “ad lib” fashion and tradition are mixed into a unique and hip coctail. Ibiza has a reputation as a party island, and is indeed one of the trendiest places in the whole Mediterranean, where the famous and the rich come to enjoy the vibrant nightlife, dining in its many fabulous restaurants, and dancing until the morning in its world famous discos. But there is also a day-side to Ibiza, with its stunning beaches, and its quiet rural inland.

Offering many angles to be “discovered” Ibiza is a great venue for group & incentive travel “, due to the combination of inexpensive short-haul flights and hotels that range from convenient budget lodging to luxury accommodation, on the seafront or inland, but always in “style” and in breathtaking locations.

Formentera is the smallest of the Balearic islands. A real paradise on earth! The islanders say: “Enjoy Formentera, both don’t break it”… Formentera contains some of Spain's longest, whitest and least crowed beaches. About an hour's ferry trip from neighbouring Ibiza, many of the visitors to Formentera are day trippers; there are only about thirty hotels on the island. The main resort of Es Pujols has a plentiful supply of bars and restaurants but few discos.

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COSTA BRAVA

Costa Brava

Ode to mass tourism, Spain's Costa Brava ("rugged coast") stretches from the French border to Blanes some 60km north of Barcelona in the province of Girona, and is one of the Spain’s main areas of mass package tourism. But recognition of the natural beauty of the Costa Brava and the cultural attractions of the area is growing rapidly, as the region seeks to redefine its mass tourism image. As such, it has become an interesting destination for group & incentive travel., with the Girona international airport growing rapidly and already receiving several flights a day from most European destinations. The medieval city of Girona has long been overlooked by tourists yet it was recently chosen as the city with the highest quality of life in Spain. Ideal also for a short city break especially when combined with a visit to Figueres, home of the world famous Salvador Dali Museum, and to Cadaqués, the artist's private paradise. Lovers of exquisite food will welcome the chance to dine in the world's finest restaurant, El Bulli in Roses, and scuba divers will enjoy Spain’s protected top diving site of the Medes isles. Main training area for 7 times Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong, the Costa Brava is ideal for cyclists, walkers and…skiers! as Spain's finest slopes are just a few kilometers away from the beautiful beaches!

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COSTA DORADA

CATALUÑA, COSTA DORADA

The Costa Dorada extends from just south of Barcelona as far as the Ebro Delta. Its golden, sandy beaches attract millions of annual visitors but there is more to this region than just beaches. For group & incentive travel. we recommend a visit to the roman city of Tarragona, as well as to the National Park of the Ebro Delta. Inland from the Costa Dorada there is some spectacular countryside with small villages containing medieval monasteries. Here you'll find Penedes, one of Spain's chief cava and wine producing regions which is centred on the town of Sant Sadurni d'Anoia. Other main attraction sites are: Port Aventura, one of Europe’s largest adventure parks, Salou and Sitges.

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COSTA BLANCA

Costa Blanca SPAIN

The Costa Blanca, between Denia and Torrevieja, with its wonderful beaches attracts millions of holiday makers every year. Its nearness to the mountains gives the Costa Blanca a pleasantly mild microclimate which makes it a very special place for group & incentive travel..There are many tourists attractions alongside the Costa Blanca, like Elche, the palm tree capital of the world, or the giant entertainment park Terra Mitica. But the star of the region is Benidorm: until the 1960’s a sleepy fishing village, yet today in Europe only London and Milan have more skyscrapers (the Gran Hotel Bali is 186 metres high)! In the summer the majority of visitors are youngsters looking for sun & fun, and in the low season come the elderly escaping from the European winter. Few sun worshippers escape the beaches and bars but the ones that do are in for a treat if they head into the stunning interior. Here you'll find one of Spain's great undiscovered gems, an area growing in popularity with walkers, cyclists, birdwatchers and nature lovers in general. All of this within easy reach of Alicante airport.

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COSTA DEL SOL

COSTA DEL SOL ANDALUCIA

With the Costa del Sol weather giving average annual temperatures of 18ºC and over 300 days of sunshine per year it isn't difficult to understand why it is one of Europe's top holiday destinations and welcomes yearly millions of holiday makers. Arriving at Malaga international airport they head to one of the many tourist resorts located along this stretch of coastline from Gibraltar to Nerja. The most well known are Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola and Mijas. Further along the coast lies Marbella with its famous jet-set marina at Puerto Banus, and finally comes Gibraltar, a “different” venue for group & incentive travel.. The “real” Spain with the cities of Ronda, Sevilla, Cordoba and Granada can be visited in pleasant day tours or circuits. Also known as the “Costa del Golf”, this region is a paradise for golfers from all over Europe, with 70 Costa golf courses which can be played all year round. Sotogrande marina is the first port of call for yachts entering the Mediterranean. It is also home to two of Europe's finest golf courses including Valderrama which hosted the 1997 Ryder Cup.

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COSTA DE LA LUZ

COSTA DE LA LUZ

The Costa de la Luz (coast of light) faces out to the Atlantic, from the mouth of the river Guadiana in Ayamonte to that of the river Guadalquivir in Tarifa. The typical beaches here are more expansive and backed by sand dunes and pine trees. This part of the coast has not seen the high-rise hotel development of other areas. The temperatures are slightly milder and the often strong Atlantic winds and waves are favoured by wind surfers and surfboarders alike.

Costa de la luz is also well-known for the unspoilt beauty of the national nature park “Doñana” or the cliffs and marshes in Barbate. The Jerez and Gibraltar airports are gateways to the most autentic of all spanish coasts, a region that offers many highlights: this is the land of the flamenco, the fighting bulls, the iberian ham, the white villages, the sherry wines and the spanish horse-riding school. Cadiz, with its wineries, monasteries, 19th century factories, farmhouses and palaces is a great venue for unique events. Its climate and unique colour and flavour, together with a comprehensive and modern hotel offer, make the city a reference point for for group & incentive travel..

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TENERIFE

TENERIFE

Originally a winter sun destination, Tenerife nowadays is a beloved whole-year destination, due to its fantastic modern holiday development, with high-tech meeting facilities, hotels ranging from budget to top first class, and a complete offer for leisure facilities. Frequents flights to Tenerife from the main European cities take between 3 and 5 hours, landing at the Reina Sofia International airport in the south of the island, or at the renewed Los Rodeos airport in the north. With its famous mild temperatures, its variety of landscapes and microclimates, always dominated by the 3.700 m high Mount Teide, Spain’s highest peak that splits the island in two, Tenerife is also a perfect destination to organize tailormade programmes for group & incentive travel., in the cooler northern part, a lush tropical paradise with banana plantations and palm trees, or in the south of the island, which is hot and dry with almost a desert like landscape.

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GRAN CANARIA

GRAN CANARIA

Gran Canaria with its frequent and comfortable air connections with Europe, with its extensive top quality hotel infrastructure, its modern motorways and many high-tech meetings installations, its impeccable services and many leisure activities is one of the most attractive and secure mass tourism destinations in the world, but is at the same time an ideal venue for group and incentive travel, where business meetings can be combined with pleasure and eternally good weather, in a professional environment.

A “Unesco Biosphere Reserve” and a real continent in miniature, with long golden beaches and endless dunes of white sand, green ravines, picturesque villages and valuable historical quarters, Gran Canaria has sunshine twelve months of the year and offers an extensive and delicious range of cuisine, entertaining popular festivals and theme leisure parks for the whole family. In the capital life bustles on the streets, with cafés and terraces to liven up a casual stroll. In Gran Canaria the holiday maker can combine rest and keeping fit, and can relax and rejuvenate in one of the many health, beauty and talassotherapy centres. Gran Canaria, with its friendly people and deep-rooted traditions, is also a place that looks to the future in art and culture; a place to enjoy museums, classical music, opera and film festivals.

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FUERTEVENTURA

FUERTEVENTURA

Also known as the “tranquil island”, or “the sand castle”, for many tens of thousands of years sand from the Sahara has been deposited on Fuerteventura's shores. The result of this process is over 150 kms of some of the world's best beaches. Fuerteventura is a popular year round holiday destination for both couples and families alike. The vast expanse of sand on the isle makes it possible to enjoy the sea in solitude, and it is possible, even on the most famous beaches, such as Sotavento de Jandía, not to run into a soul in many miles. The sea is also very special here, as Fuerteventura's coastal shelf contributes to the existence of shallow transparent waters that acquire an extraordinary turquoise color. The wide variety and wealth of the underwater fauna make it ideal for scuba diving. Windsurfing is the crown sport in Fuerteventura. Its coasts annually attract thousands of enthusiasts convinced that this is one of the best places in the world to practice windsurfing. Venues for group & incentive travel. range from picturesque rural accommodation to the very best resort hotels providing all complementary services.

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LANZAROTE

LANZAROTE ISLAND, SPAIN


Lanzarote is the most easterly of the Canary Islands and is only 60 miles from Africa. Lanzarote, where sea and lava and volcanoes extend to the horizon, is a gift of nature and without any doubt an incomparable paradise combining the magic of its history with an enviable climate of eternal spring, with beautiful beaches and breathtaking landscapes. Protected as "Unesco Biosphere Reserve”, the island offers visitors tourist attractions of unsurpassed beauty created by nature and enhanced by man in total harmony. Lanzarote has a superb selection of first class resort hotels, venues in locations of exceptional natural beauty and a high standard of service which have consolidated its reputation as a unique and exotic destination for group & incentive travel..

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