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Michelle – June 2013 – Camping in Amsterdam

Parc Duinrell is located in the authentic Dutch village of Wassenaar located 22 miles from Amsterdam.

Aer Lingus have a daily flight from Cork to Amsterdam , with a short train & bus journey to the site.

Parc Duinrell is a unique holiday park. Its onsite theme park and waterpark will entertain families of all ages.

The flat local countrysde is ideal for walking and cycling.

Memorable daytrips would include Amsterdam to visit the Anne Frank Museum, The Hague – to see the largest miniature city in the world at Madurodram and also the town of Leiden which is the birthplace of Rembrandt.

For further info Contact Michelle in our Midleton Office 021 4631718 or“>

Mary , Sean & Dympna are recently back from a trip to Granada – October 2013

This stunning city is located about 1.5 hours drive from Malaga.You can explore this city by foot to discover thrilling restaurants , bars & shops.

Excellant value for money if you like Tapas ! This is free in all bars once you purchase a drink. You can ski within 20 minutes drive from the city in the stunning Sierra Nevada mountains.

The must see attraction in Granada is the Alhambra Palace located about 15 minutes outside of the city.

A total “wow “


Lisa – September 2013 – Kusadasi

Set in a spectacular Aegean Bay north of Bodrum, Kusadasi is a vibrant town, with beaches, nightlife and restaurants. Stayed in the 4* Golden Day Wings Hotel and would highly recommend it.  Every apartment in the hotel has a balcony from which you can see the Cruise Ships arriving in Port each morning.

Ladies beach is a just a short Dolmus trip from the centre where the seafront is packed with restaurants and cool cafes. If you would prefer the quieter life though, head around the coast to the long causeway leading to Guvercin Ada (Pigeon Island), for more public and private beaches.

You can shop to your hearts content in Kusadasi’s huge Grand Bazaar, a shopaholic’s paradise.

There’s an extensive list of restaurants serving authentic Turkish food aswell as a great international selection. As the day ends the the nightlife of Kusadasi’s Bar Street begins. With international pubs, bars and clubs, some playing live music, this is the part of town for party people. All in all, the typical Mediterranean climate bathing the city in sunshine for 300 days of the year, makes this the perfect holiday destination for all age groups, whether you like lazy days by the pool sunbathing, sightseeing or days out on excursions.

Places to see and things to do:


One of the best preserved archaeological sites in the world – The ruins include one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World – The temple of Artemis.

Virgin Marys House

Mass is celebrated here every Sunday Morning.


Unique in the World, Cotton Castle is a fairyland of dazzling white petrified castles.

National Park

The park is a haven for many rare species of animals and birds and is set stunningly beautiful surroundings.

Sail Away

An hours boat ride and you are in Samos – the nearest Greek Island to the coast of Turkey. Daily crossings and a rare opportunity to see a largely unspoilt and traditional part of Greece

Turkish Nights

An unforgettable evening of food and drinks, with performances by colourful folk groups, energetic Cossacks and exotic belly dancers.

Bazaar Shopping

Haggle to your hearts content in Kusadasi’s chaotic Grand Bazaar. It’s full of jewellery, clothes, bags shoes and everything else imaginable.