Tuesday 14 February 2012

jmlvillas.com starts wanted campaign for holiday rentals

jmlvillas.com the on line marketing service for self catering holiday rentals has today launched a campaign on it's holiday home web sites for more properties for the 2012 season.

Numerous enquiries are being made as the idea of a self catering holiday rental can save a family a lot of money.

jmlvillas.com/euro-rentavilla.com has now been established over TEN years and thousands of people have taken holiday rentals advertised on the site and partners euro-rentals, English Cottage Rental, Scottish Cottage Rental, Welsh Cottage Rental, Villa Rental France, Cote D'Azur Rental and euro villa location.

Advertising costs are so low and it only costs for ONE YEAR £12.50 including 20% UK VAT. You can't buy a lot for £12.50 these days, not even a bottle of Champagne for Vallentines day which today is. 

So if you have a self catering holiday rental, the message is don't leave it empty. If you are already advertising it with other on line portalls, newspapers or magazines you are not actually "breaking the bank" by spending £12.50 for a year's advertising.

For anyone renting a holiday home, via two other websites in the jml Group, the renter can arrange holiday travel insurance, car hire and car hire excess insurance the property owner can arrange property insurance for that holiday rental.

Find out more about advertising here it could be the best move you have made recently.

Wednesday 1 February 2012

Nice Airport to have third passenger terminal

Nice Airport which is the second busiest airport in France is expanding again. Extensions were completed last year to Terminal 2 and a brand new rental car terminal was opened last summer. (More on that here).

I see that The Riviera Times sent out an email newsletter on the 25th January saying  "New terminal announced for Nice Côte d’Azur Airport".

According to the newspaper's report It will be Situated between the current terminal 2 and the Var river, T3 will primarily welcome low-cost flights operators, such as easyJet, who want to speed up their turn-arounds between flights.

The airport says the major infrastructure works will cost 80 million euros. The proposed completion date will be in 2018 and it will not be as luxurious as terminals one and two being that it will be for the low cost market. See the rest of the article Here

Remember for information about Nice, the south of France and Monaco including Juan Les Pins Jazz festival, Historic Monaco Grand Prix, Cannes Film Festival and info on self catering accommodation in the area, take a look at cotedazurrental.com