Keeping the business ‘green’ is very much part of central policy for the Club La Costa Resorts & Hotels group, which owns and manages 22 resorts across Europe.
What can you do when you’ve come on a Club La Costa holiday with the children to Cornwall and the weather has taken a turn for the worse? Some of the local family attractions just wouldn’t be the same in the rain, but the kids still need to be kept amused… Help is at hand at Kidzworld!
Increasing competitiveness in the holiday flight market has resulted in some happy customers and predominantly, perhaps unexpectedly, full planes.
Despite the doom and gloom that fills the daily newspapers, the downturn in holidays has not materialised, giving rise to optimism that this is one sector of the market that could buck the trend.
Teide National Park declared a national park in 1954, it includes an enormous volcanic crater 48 km in circumference, out of which rises Mount Teide. The park is 2000 metres above sea level with access to the summit of the now extinct volcano (the last eruption was in 1909) either by foot or cable car. On a clear day, the panorama is breathtaking, with stunning views of Gran Canaria, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro.