Tuesday 25 January 2011

Jardins Do Golfe, Vale Do Lobo, Algarve, Portugal

Great family apartments with pool and near beach just been added to the jmlvillas.com website.

Rent one of these lovely Holiday Apartments in Jardins do Golfe A private complex located next to 5* Vale Do Lobo resort in the sunny Algarve, Portugal. Our apartments are spacious, newly decorated and fully equipped with everything you will need for a great holiday. The condominium is a gated, secure complex, set in peaceful, mature gardens with two pools and only a short walk to the beaches, restaurants, bars, supermarket and golf courses.

During the summer months there is a bar and snack bar at poolside. There are two pools, one pool specifically designed for children with a lovely waterfall and sun-loungers. There are also tennis courts and snack bar. The gardens of Jardins Do Golfe are very large and well maintained offering good space for children to play. All this only 20 minutes drive from Faro airport or just 20 euros from the airport in a taxi!

Find out more at http://www.jmlvillas.com/villa/820 and book your 2011 holiday in the Algarve region of Portugal today.

Sunday 9 January 2011

Irish Tourism in 2011

Have just added an article to the euro-rentals.com website entitled Irish Tourism in 2011

Two reports appeared at the end of 2010 regarding the state of Irish Tourism. The country needs revenue from tourists, however getting to Ireland and moving about in Ireland if you rent a car can be very expensive.

The article is about personal experiences of unjustified charges by some Irish car rental companies regarding airport collection, cross border travel, phantom use of the M50 toll and insisting a customer pays for car hire excess insurance even when it is declined.

The other part of the article highlifghts the very high costs of taking a car over the Irish Sea compared to crossing the English Cannel from England to France. It also gives advice about these car ferry companies and how they can try and make you pay non existent additional fees for changing the date of travel.

To view the aricle in full follow this link http://www.euro-rentals.com/Irish_Tourism_in_2011.htm

Hopefully the Irish Tourism people will try and persuade those involved in tourism do not "rip off" toursist,especially now when they need every tourist they can get to the country and for those toursist to go away happy.