Thursday, 9 December 2010

Holiday Destinations in Europe

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Thought this new article that I just published about Holiday Destinations in Europe might be of interest. Paris and France play a big part in the tourism industry in Europe generally and for very good reason. Paris is the most visited city, and for most people is on route to our location in the South of France, and France is the most visited country in Europe. Would you believe 74.2 million visitors a year. 3 million plus of which make it to Carcassonne, and we still have the odd empty week. I definitely need to get better at publicity.

Anyway I hope you enjoy it and remember we are almost fully booked for the summer so don't delay if you want that lovely pool to be yours for a week or two.

Oh and lest I forget, Merry Christmas everyone and have a great new year in 2011.

Wednesday, 8 December 2010

2011 Calender, Town and Country Scenes from France and the UK

A collection of photographs taken locally and in the UK now illustrated in a calender for 2011. Nice Christmas present, and for some, a holiday memento. Just click on the calender to make a purchase, only if you want to of course. There is 60% off if you are in the US and buy it today 8th December 2010 with the code JINGLESALE42

If you don't want a mix of French and UK photographs, there is an all French Version here as well.

Friday, 3 December 2010

On the 19th December 2010 the new high speed line between Perpignan and Figueres in Cataluña, Spain, will open, offering travellers a new way to travel from the UK to Spain!

In total, 44km of high speed track has been built between Perpignan and Figueres, and a new tunnel - the Perthus Tunnel - has been constructed in order to allow high speed trains to operate between France and Spain. TGVs will run to Figueres Vilafant station, until a brand new station opens in 2012. Buses will run every 15 minutes between Figueres Vilafant station and the town centre. Passengers travelling onwards to Girona or Barcelona can pick up an onwards train from Vilafant station – it’s just a simple platform change!

Tickets are now on sale for travel from 19th December 2010.

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