Croatia is located between Central Europe and the Mediterranean.
Known as the "Land of a thousand islands”, it is
one of the most unspoilt places in Europe to visit. Many of
Croatia’s beaches have Blue flag status, making them
some of the cleanest in the world.
The Istrian Riviera is steeped in historical and cultural
influences, ranging from the Roman amphitheatre ruins to medieval
towns, with winding cobbled streets and castles.
Water sports are also available from many of the resorts
main beaches, and you can have a go at anything from Water-skiing
to wind surfing. Scuba diving is also highly recommended,
as the waters are very clear and clean in the area.
Croatia has an abundance of restaurants from which to eat,
serving anything from international cuisine to many of the
local fish restaurants, which catch and cook over 360 different
species. One popular local dish is called Brodet and made
up from seven different types of fish.
Cyprus has top class accommodation and year round sunshine.
Motorist’s drive on the left and the majority speaks
Paphos - It is the harbour that makes Paphos
tick, with numerous outdoor cafes and restaurants making it
the number one year round destination for holidays in Cyprus.
The best sandy beach is found at Coral Bay, which is roughly
15 minutes drive from Paphos.
Protaras - renowned for its sandy beaches,
Protaras has become the number one destination in Cyprus for
family holidays in the summer time. The famous Fig Tree Bay
beach is probably the beach best known.
Ayia Napa - is a thriving resort with many bars, restaurants
and clubs. Complimenting this are some of the best beaches
on the island. Stretching from Grecian Bay to Nissi Bay; both
have gently shelving sands, shallow waters and a full range
of water sports. Ayia Napa is a great place for an exciting
Limassol - the second largest town on the
island, Limassol is thriving and very cosmopolitan. Limassol
has first class resorts and an abundance of historical and
natural attractions. Limassol is a great base for a great
holiday in Cyprus.
Take a trip to the most beautiful and certainly the most famous
city in the world for a week, weekend or as part of a tailor-made
package. The city of Paris needs no introduction and a visit
here is always a wonderful experience.
One of the most famous destinations worldwide. The Cote d'Azur
has everything from palm trees, to white sandy beaches and
not forgetting its unique celebrity image. Among all of this
can be found a taste of traditional France in a number of
the tiny villages perched high in the local hills. There is
something here for everyone.
Synonymous with fashion and glamour Monte Carlo is also renowned
for its Casino, Opera House, beautiful gardens and of course
it's Royal Family. However, you don't have to be a millionaire
to enjoy all it has to offer and it has many more attractions
well worth a visit.
Bordeaux, Moliets-Plage, Biarritz & St Jean
The area of Southwest France is a paradise offering
miles of golden sandy beach, historic villages, excellent
facilities, beautiful scenery and fine food and entertainment.
Each area within this region has its own unique highlights
Lake Maggiore, Lake Como and Lake Garda.
The clean fresh air of the soaring mountains to the relaxing
lakeside towns, the Italian Lake District offers beautiful
scenery and a romantic atmosphere.
The main areas that you must see are Belgirate, Stresa and
Beveno around Lake Maggiore; Varenna and Bellagio around Lake
Como; Gardone Riviera, Limone, Riva, Malcesine, Torri Del
Benaco, Bardolino and Sirmione around Lake Garda.
The places that we recommend to visit are: The Chianti Run
for its excellent wine; Pisa for the Leaning Tower of Pisa;
Lucca a city dating back to 180BC; Siena, famous for the bareback
horse race; San Gimignano, one of the best preserved medieval
towns in Tuscany and of course Florence, birthplace of the
Nestling below majestic Mount Vesuvius, the sparkling Bay
of Naples lays claim to some of Italy's famous scenery.
Sorrento has the finest cliff top views whilst Amalfi has
narrow streets and beaches of volcanic sand.
Rome with its 3000 year heritage; Florence with its beautiful
cathedral; Milan, the commercial capital of Italy; Verona,
an inspiration for artists and writers for centuries; Venice,
the most dramatic city in Italy; Turin, one of Italy's most
attractive cities; Bologna, Europe's oldest university city
and Naples, capital of the Campania region. Rugged cliffs
tower over long sandy beaches and incredible archaeological
Cagliari, the islands capital, is a modern bustling port.
There are thousands of remnants of prehistoric man dotted
around the island. Located 47 kms on the coast from Cagliari
airport is the unique resort of Forte Village. Set in 55 acres
of lush vegetation the resort offers an excellent range of
A jewel of an island, Sardinia's isolation makes for a wonderful
The Algarve's fantastic sunshine, superb beaches, fantastic
golf and bags of charm prove irresistible to visitors.
The Algarve is a 100 mile beautiful stretch of coastline.
It has everything for water sports enthusiasts and sun worshippers,
whilst golfers are in their element on the countless golf
The main resorts are Albufeira, Praia Da Oura, Alvor, Lagos,
Vilamoura and Portimao. We also sell flight only to Faro,
which is the local airport for the area. We can also arrange
holidays to Lisbon-the capital.
Varying from an apartment, studio, hotel or private villa
we have everything from basic but clean accommodation to deluxe
hotels as well as private villas with own swimming pools.
Especially being in the Euro zone life could never be easier.
Built around two bays dominated by the imposing 15th century
castle of St. Peter, Bodrum is a bustling, cosmopolitan resort
with a unique atmosphere. Relax by day in one of the chic
waterfront bars or shop in the charming boutiques. The lifestyle
is relaxed and informal in Bodrum, with lively bars, restaurants,
outdoor cafes and bustling shops. At night the action keeps
going, shops stay open late, restaurants serve into the small
hours and there are plenty of music bars and dance clubs.
There is not much of a beach at Bodrum, but a 10-minute dolmus
ride will take you to the sandy beach at Gumbet. Alternatively
you can visit Turgutries Bitez and Yalikavak have small beaches
and bathing platforms and are approx. 30 minutes from Bodrum.
Spain & the Canaries
If you like Sun Sea and some of the best beaches in the
Mediterranean you are sure to find what you are looking for
on the island.
Corralejo, in the north of the island, and
Fuerteventura's largest resort, has plenty of restaurants,
bars and shops. Just outside the town is a 7-mile stretch
of golden sand. Beware that the sea currents can be strong
here, but it is a great beach for working on the tan. You
can go by boat to the island of Los Lobos, explore the unspoiled
sand dunes or take the ferry to Lanzarote, which is only twenty
Caleta de Fuste has a safe sheltered beach
and is a modern expanding resort popular with families. Caleta
de Fuste is wrapped around a sweeping, horseshoe shaped beach
protected by breakwaters. There is an excellent choice of
water sports for beginners and experts alike, including windsurfing
Jandia in the south of the island of Fuerteventura
is ideal for beach lovers and is about 2 hours drive from
the airport. Jandia is a modern, up market resort. Jandia
attracts beach lovers from all over Europe.
Gran Canaria is the third largest of the Canary Islands.
Maspalomas has the best beach and it is nearly 4 miles long.
If you like to party then Gran Canaria is a great place to
come. It has resorts like Puerto Rico and Playa del Ingles
with many bars, clubs and restaurants.
Ibiza's image has been tarnished by the reputation it gained
in the late 1990's, largely centred on San Antonio. But don't
let the thought of drunken Brits in football shirts put you
off Ibiza - an isolated problem that has been exaggerated.
You can expect parts of San Antonio to live up to that, but
organised pub-crawls are now banned. Remember that Ibiza is
a whole island - Ibiza Town is a sophisticated and cosmopolitan
place, while many resorts are geared towards families and
Hire a car and head north of the tourist spots to undiscovered
Ibiza. There are no big hotels, but whitewashed villages,
forests of pine trees and fig, orange almond and olive groves.
Beaches and coves remain isolated and are used only by locals
and clued up Europeans renting remote villas. Regulations
restrict the island being spoilt by over-development and the
contrast is amazing.
Playa d'en Bossa - is a largely family
beach that stretches for two miles and boasts the beachside
club-bar Bora Bora at the southern end close to Space.
Las Salinas - is the coolest and most exclusive
beach in Ibiza with a number of beach club restaurants such
as Malibu and Sa Trinxa serving up food and pumping out the
Cala D'Hort - is isolated, remote and opposite
the stunning rock island of Es Vedra, this beach in the southwest
of Ibiza is one of the most spectacular spots on the island.
Benirras - is one of the best beaches in
Europe as is protected from the development that has blighted
other beaches. Expect the appearance of bongo players at sunset.
Cala Jondal - is relatively unknown by
tourists. This remote kilometre-long beach offers some of
the islands best beach bars.
Lanzarote, lying just 60 miles away from the coast of Africa,
a climate that’s every bit as spectacular as it’s
extraordinary landscape. Its year round sunshine Lanzarote
offers natural beauty, also a very popular destination for
Puerto del Carmen is the largest and liveliest
resort on Lanzarote.
Costa Teguise is a quiet relaxing resort
and great for families.
Playa Blanca is in the south of the island,
with plenty of restaurants and good beaches.
The main resorts on the island of Majorca are Palma Nova,
Magalluf, Sa Coma, Alcudia, Cala D'or, Arenal, Santa Ponsa,
Cala Millor, Cala San Vicente and Puerto Pollensa and we can
supply holidays to all these destinations.
Its beautiful scenery, great beaches and nightlife Majorca
has something for every holidaymaker including families, couples
Our live database is constantly being updated, providing
the best prices in the Ireland for flights to Palma and holiday
bargains to Majorca.
The main resorts on the island of Menorca are Cala'n Bosch,
Cala'n Forcat, Cala Blanca, Arenal D'en Castell, Santo Tomas,
Son Bou, Sa Caleta, Cala Santandria, Cala Galdana and Son
Parc and we supply holidays to all these destinations.
If it’s an apartment, studio, hotel or private villa
we have everything from basic but clean accommodation to deluxe
hotels as well as private villas with own swimming pools.
As an independent travel agency Limerick travels lowest
prices and best deals from the entire major airline networks
and tour operators. Search for flights to Mahon, Menorca.
Its beautiful scenery, great beaches and nightlife Menorca
has something for every holidaymaker especially families,
couples. Our live database is constantly being updated, providing
the best prices in Ireland for flights Mahon holiday bargains
So cheap flights to Mahon, Menorca, and car hire, hotel
bookings and bargain holidays to all the holiday resorts in
Menorca, Limerick Travel caters for all your needs.
Tenerife has extraordinary scenery, lively resorts and a
sub tropical climate that remains warm throughout the year.
Tenerife is arguably the most popular of the Canary Islands.
Playa de las Americas - Dark beaches, fantastic
nightlife, water park, wide selection of shops and restaurants.
Playa Adeje - Quiet atmosphere, Water sports,
choice of shops, restaurants and bars. Only 3km from Las Americas.
Los Cristianos - Popular with families,
gently shelving beach, relaxed nightlife, good selection of
cafes and restaurants, scattering of bars and discos and a
wide choice of shops.
Puerto de la Cruz - Northern Tenerife, charming
atmosphere, Promenade with vast selection of restaurants,
casino, 8 acre Lido with saltwater pools, suited to mature
couples and families with older children.
Playa de la Arena - Quiet and peaceful,
Playa Paraiso - Rocky beach, most nightlife
is hotel based although there are a few bars. This is a peaceful
and secluded resort.
Los Gigantes - Little black beach, good
snorkelling, marina lined with bars and restaurants. Low key
nightlife, relaxing, and hilly resort.
Puerto de Santiago - Old world charm, quiet,
hilly resort perfect for a relaxing break, bars and excellent
A destination growing in popularity for a number of reasons.
Great value eating out, warm weather and good accommodation
available. Search for flights and holidays to Athens, Rhodes,
Corfu, Zante, Kefalonia, Kos, Lesvos, Lefkas, Halkidiki, Crete,
Aegina, Poros, Mykonos, Parga, Samos, Santorini, Skiathos,
and Skopelos- with just a touch of a button.
We have fantastic holiday bargains to Corfu as well as thousands
of late holiday deals from most Irish airports. One of the
most beautiful of the Greek Islands with great sandy beaches
and plenty of nightlife.
Kavos is full of life; Roda and Sidari have a beautiful mountain
backdrop and are great destinations for families; Arillas
and Aghios Gordios attract honeymooners and Kassiopi has a
picturesque harbour. Paleocastritsa is simply beautiful and
just north of Corfu Town you will find the popular resorts
of Dassia and Gouvia.
Crete is ruggedly beautiful, with fertile coastal plains,
overshadowed by towering mountains, excellent beaches and
The main tourist resorts are Rethymnon, Elounda, Aghia Pelagia,
Bali, Malia, Aghios Nikolaos, Hersonissos and Chania.
We can arrange everything from self-catering accommodation
in Crete to deluxe hotels in Crete. If you want to arrange
your own accommodation we have some great cheap flights to
Heraklion or Chania in Crete, just log on to www.letsgotravel.ie.
Search through our database and within seconds you will
have a price for cheap holidays to Crete and the Greek Islands
for the dates you have requested.
Kefalonia is scenically stunning and mountainous.
Argostoli is the capital with a lively central square and
a good choice of restaurants.
Lourdas has a magnificent beach.
We can arrange everything from self-catering accommodation
in Kefalonia to deluxe hotels in Kefalonia. If you want to
arrange your own accommodation we have some great
An inviting island of green pastures and sandy beaches,
friendly Kos has Crusader castles, palm trees, lively nightlife
and several good beach resorts.
From the impressive harbour of Kos Town guarded by the Crusader
castle boats leave for the island of Kalymnos and Rhodes and
to the Turkish coastal town of Bodrum. The main resorts are
Kardamena, Kefalos, Kos Town and Tingaki.
We can arrange everything from self-catering apartments
and studios on Kos to deluxe hotels on Kos. If you can arrange
your own accommodation on Kos we also have cheap flights to
The largest of the Dodecanese islands, Rhodes enjoys more
sunshine than anywhere else in Greece. Its sheltered position
in the Aegean ensures an excellent climate.
Rhodes is steeped in history. The sophisticated Rhodes Town
offers chic boutiques and restaurants. Nearby Ixia is an excellent
base to enjoy both the beach and Rhodes Town.
There is the beautiful and unique resort of Lindos, the popular
resort of Faliraki and the quieter villages such as Kalithea,
Afondou, Haraki, Pefkos and Stegna. Rhodes appeals to a wide
range of tastes and ages.
Zante is set in the Ionian Sea and dramatic white cliffs
dominate the turquoise sea.
Laganas is the biggest resort with a great nightlife and an
even better beach.
Kalamaki shares the same stretch of golden sandy beach but
has developed at a slower pace.
Tsilivi also has a good beach and has retained a slam busy
Alikes, Alikanas and Vassilikos are sleepy villages. There
are plenty of restaurants, tavernas and water sports. Laganas
and Kalamaki are home to the rare and protected loggerhead
Whether you want a holiday in Barbados, Jamaica, Cuba, Dominican
Republic, Antigua, St. Lucia, Grenada, Tobago, The Bahamas,
Mexico, Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, The Virgin Islands, Blessed
with a different beach for every day of the year, Antigua
is the sun and beach lover's dream destination. From the seclusion
of Long Bay to the livelier Dickenson Bay and the white soft
sands of the ever-popular Jolly Beach, the island caters for
Barbados is an island of amazing contrasts. The calm waters
of the west coast, along with the rougher waters of the Atlantic
on the east coast make Barbados an interesting destination.
Its important to note that the north and east coasts are much
less developed than the south or the west. The south of the
island offers excellent nightlife, with colourful bars and
restaurants. Temperatures in the 80's year round ensure that
a holiday in Barbados will be the holiday of your dreams.
If you want palm-fringed beaches, crystal clear waters and
a laid back atmosphere a holiday in Cuba fits the bill. Cuba
is the largest island in the Caribbean and is rich in scenery,
culture and ancient history. The main tourist areas are Havana,
a vibrant city full of colonial palaces and cobbled streets.
The old town of Havana is an official "World Heritage
Site". Varadero is located on the north west of the island
and is Cuba's leading resort with modern accommodation. It
has a championship golf course.
Experience Latin American warmth and Caribbean charm at
a value for money price, then look no further than the Dominican
Republic. Its tropical climate and sprawling beaches the Dominican
Republic is a great place for a relaxing beach holiday.
Playa Dorada - the largest all-inclusive
resort in the world and situated on the northern coast of
the Dominican Republic, the resort runs alongside a magnificent
2 km stretch of golden sandy beach.
Cabarete - is great for windsurfing and sun bathing on the
wonderful beach. Cabarete is great for a lively holiday as
there are plenty of bars, live music and discos.
Sosua - is a small resort and ideal for
the young and lively. There is a good choice of restaurants
and bars offering music and entertainment throughout the night
Bavaro/Punta Cana - boasts some of the
best beaches in the Caribbean. Ideal for a quiet holiday as
all the facilities are based in the many excellent hotels,
which are mostly all-inclusive resort hotels.
Bahia Maimon - enjoys a quiet setting, surrounded by mountains
and tropical vegetation. The main activities are sunbathing
and water sports and in the evening the hotels offer local
entertainment and the nightlife is low key.
Jamaica, the largest of the English speaking Caribbean islands
completes the heady West Indian cocktail of pearly beaches
and cosy blue seas. Montego Bay is renowned for three sandy
beaches and a bustling town. Negril is a laid back resort
and has a secluded location on the west coast. Runaway Bay
is on a quiet stretch of coastline with an easygoing life
style. Ocho Rios is Jamaica's most established purpose built
holiday resort, famous for Dunn's River Falls.
Puerto Vallarta is set against the tropical backdrop of
the Sierra Madre Mountains and it exudes Mexican character
and charm retained from its early days as a small fishing
village. Whilst the old town retains much of its Mexican architecture
set against cobbled street, a few kilometres away the vibrant
marina boasts modern bars and a variety of restaurants. Cancun
is a modern, purpose built resort with top class tourist facilities
and a vibrant atmosphere drawing from strong American influences.
Cancun is ideally located to explore the ancient ruins of
Tulum and Chichen Itza and it has 12 miles of glorious white
sandy beaches to be enjoyed.
In stark contrast to its neighbour Barbados, St Lucia rises
dramatically from the sea, it's mountainous interior attracting
the warm tropical rain showers responsible for the island's
lush appearance. St. Lucia has beautiful beaches, orchid scented
mountain trails and the world's only drive-in volcano, which
The serene island hideaway of Tobago offers the visitor
the best of Caribbean charm and simplicity. The pace of life
on the island is very relaxed and it offers unspoilt and deserted
beaches. The capital of the island is Scarborough where the
entertaining market takes place every Friday and Saturday.
Canada is a large and diverse country. It is famed for its
fantastic scenery and impressive cities. We would recommend
having a holiday in Toronto combined with a trip to the Niagara
Falls, or there is the city of Vancouver in Columbia together
with the beautiful cities of Calgary and Banff.
Canada has fantastic ski resorts in winter and you can take
a cruise to Alaska from Vancouver, which is popular. We can
arrange everything from self-catering apartments, luxury accommodation
in Toronto, hotels in Vancouver and other Canadian cities.
Book your holiday online www.letsgotravel.ie
Florida has a lot more to offer than just theme parks. Orlando
is the fun capital of Florida with the Disney theme parks,
Universal studios, the fantastic water parks and the excellent
choice of hotels. You can also visit Clearwater Beach on the
Gulf Coast, Tampa Bay, Naples - Florida, Miami, Key West and
the Everglades. We arrange everything from self-catering apartments,
luxury villas with private swimming pools and luxury hotels
Book your holiday online www.letsgotravel.ie
New York boasts many treasures- Statue of Liberty, the Empire
State Building, Central Park, 5th Avenue boutiques, the famous
Broadway stages and the New York Yankees. It’s shopper’s
paradise, renowned for the wonderful selection of merchandise
The most European of all American cities, Boston will charm
the most discerning traveller. Boston is ideal to be explored
on foot, from the Freedom Trail to Faneuil Hall.
Australia is a vast area with so many things to see that
it can be difficult to decide what to do in each area of Australia.
The east coast has so much to offer with the wine-growing
region of the Hunter Valley and Eco tourism in the Blue Mountains
and the Eaglereach resort. Spend a few days in Sydney with
its fantastic shops, museums and culture. You can even do
the Sydney Bridge Climb for the experience of a lifetime or
take a 2-night cruise round Sydney harbour. Driving north
from Sydney takes you through wonderful sleepy harbour towns
where there are some luxury hotels and golf courses. Take
the road to Brisbane and eventually to Cairns in Queensland,
and take a cruise to the Great Barrier Reef. Also explore
Alice Springs and Kings Canyon. And then there is Western
Australia and the city of Perth.
Dubai offers a fascinating mixture of attractions for visitors.
The emirate embraces an abundance of scenery in a very small
area. In a single day, the visitor can experience everything
from rugged mountains and awe-inspiring sand dunes to sandy
beaches and lush green parks, from dusty villages to luxurious
residential districts and from ancient houses to ultra-modern
The emirate is both a dynamic international business centre
and a laid-back tourist escape; a city where the sophistication
of the 21st century walks hand in hand with the simplicity
of a bygone era. But these contrasts give Dubai its unique
flavour and personality; a cosmopolitan society with an international
lifestyle, yet with a culture deeply rooted in the Islamic
traditions of Arabia. Since earliest times, Dubai has been
a meeting place, bringing together the Bedouin of the desert
interior with the pearl diver, the merchant of the city with
the sea-going fisherman. Having expanded along both banks
of the Creek, Dubai's central business district is divided
into two parts - Deira on the northern side and Bur Dubai
to the south - connected by a tunnel and two bridges.
One of Dubai's greatest visitor attractions is its superb
shopping. The city draws large numbers of 'shopping tourists'
from countries within the region and from as far a field as
Eastern Europe, Africa and the Indian Subcontinent. As an
open port with low import duties, Dubai's retail prices are
reasonable and the variety of products available is virtually
unrivalled. Free of tax, many top brand-name products are
cheaper in Dubai than in the countries of their origin.
New Zealand is a country of countless contrasts. Active
volcanoes, peaceful resorts and raw nature New Zealand consists
of North and South Islands, Stewart Island and a number of
smaller islands. North Island, New Zealand is home to the
country's largest lake, Lake Taupo, longest river, the Waikato
and most of the country's active volcanoes. The main cities
in North Island New Zealand are Auckland and Wellington. In
South Island, New Zealand, mountains and hill country dominate
A hectic and brutal past has left Thailand rich in mysterious
temples and ancient monuments of great historic importance.
Further inland you will find lively cities, bouncing nightlife
and some of the best hotels in the world. One of the most
beautiful and mesmerising destinations on the planet, Thailand
offers more than just a holiday.
Amazing palm-fringed, white sand beaches, blue lagoons,
clear warm waters, coral reefs and laid back atmosphere it's
hard to imagine a better choice for a relaxing beach holiday
than the Maldives. There are 1,190 coral islands of which
87 or so have been transformed into holiday resorts. The best
time to visit the Maldives is between November and April.
The Maldives weather is warm and humid all the year round.
Maldives is a popular honeymoon destination.
Mauritius is a volcanic island in the Indian Ocean, located
535 miles to the west of Madagascar. It is 39 miles from north
to south and 32 miles east to west. Constant investment in
new hotels on Mauritius keeps the hotels among the very best
in the world. We deal with many tour operators and offer value
for money. If you are looking for a quality holiday in an
exclusive and exotic location Mauritius is the place to visit.
The amazing hotels, food, hospitality of the people and its
scenery make Mauritius a not to be missed destination
Cape Town and Durban boast year round warm sunny weather.
With beautiful scenery, fantastic hotels and a cosmopolitan
way of life South Africa is a fantastic place to visit and
with the prices that we can offer on holidays to South Africa
it is superb value for money.