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Malta with its ancient ruins is a great place to come for Baroque buildings and Mediterranean styled churches and fortresses.

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With a choice of hotels, secluded bays and the clear waters of the Mediterranean, Malta is an ideal retreat. The charming Maltese islands are located in the Mediterranean about 65 miles south of Sicily. The two main islands are Malta and Gozo which are both inhabited while the small island of Comino is not. These islands boast prehistoric ruins which predate Stonehenge and the Great Pyramids. Once you have picked Malta let Quickrooms.com look after your accommodation.

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Majorca, Ibiza & Menorca make up the fabulous Balearic Islands with hotel offers for 2015 & 2016

Choose from Cheap hotels in Magaluf, all inclusive hotels in Alcudia, self catering in San Antonio, to Half board hotels in Menorca. The Balearics really do have it all. The flight is only a couple of hours away too, so no excuses!  

Just off the east coast of Spain, these islands are jewels in the Mediterranean sea, sparkling with beautiful beaches, extensive choice of accommodation, luxury and budget, a very wide range of activities and superb food.  You are spoiled for choice - which one to visit?  Majorca is the larger, so we will go there first.

With just about all year round sun, great beaches, warm waters and plenty of nightlife Majorca has everything you need for a wonderful holiday. With a huge choice of beach resorts, or escape to the mountains and explore charming hilltop villages, Soller, Valldemossa and Deia make an excellent base from which to discover the island.
If you are looking for the beach and nightlife, then Magaluf in the south is the place to be, with super beach activities, loads of cafés and restaurants. Nightlife here is hectic based around plenty of bars and nightclubs.  Quieter and more for the family, the East coast of Cala de Sant Vicenc, Cala Bona, Cala Millor and Cala Ratjada as well as Cala d’Or a little further round the coast are very popular and offer a good choice for a beach side break. 
Plenty of water sports including scuba diving, snorkelling, sailing as well as golf, horseback riding, go carting, hiking and cycling can be found all over the island. Not forgetting the aqua parks with water slides and pools.

Menorca is the least touristy and commercial having resisted the mass building and development and retained its natural beauty.
The island is more suited to an easy going, nature-loving visitor or family groups than the party people that collect on the other islands.
Menorca’s coastline has a enormous number of beaches and is home to some of the most important environmental regions. The north coast is a region of pine trees, fringing quiet coves and rocky outcrops. The S’Albufera wetlands reserve is rich in seabirds, migratory birds and much more.
Menorca offers excellent dive sites including wrecks, coral, marine life and underwater caves. 

Ibiza must be one of the best known islands for the holidaymaker, beautiful beaches and clear blue waters, striking scenery, lively atmosphere and well-known nightclubs.
Maybe a Mecca for the party animal, particularly around San Antonio and Ibiza Town, there is a very different Ibiza to be found around the quieter resorts of Santa Eulalia and Es Canar on the east coast.

With many miles of coastline many come for the beach by day and the nightclub by night, and here are some of the worlds largest and most exciting clubs.  The multitude of coves and headlands provide wonderful beaches, from long stretches of golden sand to sandy coves. 

If all day and night partying is not your idea of a holiday the island has quieter spots ideal for a more easy going holiday, with great opportunities for snorkelling, scuba diving, sailing or windsurfing.  Many fabulous walking trails, good fun shopping, and fine dining all readily on hand.
Formentera is the smallest of the Islands and is just off the coast of Ibiza.  Visitors to Formentera come to see and experience its natural beauty and easy going atmosphere, which are the complete opposite to its neighbour, Ibiza . There are a limited number of hotels so most make the visit in a day.  So if you want to stay, book in advance!
The island has truly amazing beaches of pure white sand lapped by the  turquoise waters of the Mediterranean. The main town is Es Pujols with shops, restaurants and bars. Try watching the sun set from a beach bar…perfect end to the day. 
Formentera is well known for its fresh seafood with grilled fish a firm favourite. Island cuisine differs from the mainland Spanish diet, well worth trying!

Four Islands, all close together, but all as different as can be. All offer their own unique experience for the holiday maker and the traveller.  Which one will you choose?

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The Canaries were designed with a holiday-maker's pleasure in mind

Bask in year round sunshine at a large selection of hotels and unwind on some truly beautiful beaches, it is little wonder why this sensational collection of islands attract visitors time after time. From quaint hillside towns to modern day beach resorts, the Canary Islands were designed with a holiday-maker’s pleasure in mind.

Situated southwest of Spain and northwest of Africa, the seven Canary Islands consist of Tenerife, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, La Palma, Gomera and Hierro. Holidays to the Canary Islands focus on the four main islands of Tenerife, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura, and with constant sunshine, welcoming sea breezes and some of the best holiday resorts that the Mediterranean has to offer, a holiday to the Canaries will not let you down.

Perhaps the Canaries greatest appeal is their extreme diversity, with each of the islands offering a range of resorts that will appeal to all types of traveller. The largest and liveliest island of Tenerife is a firm favourite for British travellers and attracts thousands year after year. The extraordinary coastline of Lanzarote is a great place to enjoy the scorching sunshine, whilst both Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria promise to be a truly fascinating and fantastic beach holiday.  

Enjoy a holiday to the Canaries and expect fine sand beaches and fantastic coastlines found next to hilltop villages, unspoilt volcanoes and traditional towns with true Canary Island charm.

Whether you’re looking for a do as you please self catering style holiday, half board hospitality or an exclusive all inclusive sunshine break – quickrooms.com can find you the perfect place to stay!

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Hotels in Cyprus are generally a level above what you find in Greece, and the choice of hotels and apartments in Cyprus across all resorts is vast.

Cyprus is the third largest of the Greek Islands and most certainly one the most popular, a jewel in the Mediterranean sea.

With history stretching back to ancient Greece and before, wonderful weather all year round and a huge choice of resorts, small villages and fabulous beaches and lively nightlife you won’t want to leave!

Although the sea might be too strong to actually swim around the rock of Aphrodite, near Paphos, the legend of a beautiful maiden emerging from the surf is enough! You can’t  travel through the island without realizing that Aphrodite has a connection because of all the tavernas and restaurants named after her.

Kourion on the south coast is a most important ancient site.  It has a wonderful theatre, with spectacular views over the Mediterranean. Paphos, in the south west, has many interesting finds and the Roman mosaics should not be missed.

The island offers a choice of destinations from the major cities of Nicosia, Limassol, Paphos and Larnaca to the night life of Ayia Napa. All offer good quality hotels, many with enviable beach front locations to smaller tavernas and a choice of self catering options.

Watching the sun set over the blue sea from your hotel balcony before an exciting high quality meal is a wonderful experience.

The beach and the warm sea provide many of the island’s joys, from sun bathing to water sports to boat trips and even sand castle building!

Many hotels offer an all inclusive deal, so you don’t have to worry about the bill.  Or you might prefer bed and breakfast, leaving you free to explore and enjoy the many different restaurants across the island.

Car hire is easy to arrange and so you can go exploring. They drive on the same side of the road as the UK, so that’s a bit easier too.  Try the Troodos  mountains, right in the middle of the island. Here you will find mountain resorts, Byzantine monasteries and churches with charming mountain villages clinging to terraced hill slopes. Be a bit careful, the mountains are a well known skiing area in winter, so the weather can be very different to the coast. 

There are two major airports, Larnaca and Paphos so transfer times are usually fairly short to most resorts. 

A warm Greek welcome awaits all visitors to the island, go try the local KEO beer or maybe a strong coffee in the warm sun.

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Great diving, top hotels, clear waters and baking sunshine are just some of the things on offer when you come to Egypt!

Unwind in Sharm El Sheikh boasting hotels and sandy beaches, take a soothing dip in the crystal waters of the Red Sea or explore the bustling Cairo. From ancient civilizations and wonders of the world to luxury cruises down the Nile, Egypt has something to offer everyone. Be amazed by the sheer size of the pyramids and the beauty of the Valley of the Kings.

The capital city of Cairo is the premier location for history. Here the Pyramids of Giza proudly stand as the only remains of the ancient Seven Wonders of the World. With the Museum of Antiquities revealing the secrets and treasure of Tutankhamen’s tomb and the secret of the pharaohs Cairo is the perfect destination for historians.

Moving to the coast and the town of Hurghada, which was once a quiet sleepy fishing village, is now a bustling tourist hub. Here visitors can enjoy deep sea fishing, snorkelling and diving and various other water sports in the crystal clear waters of the Red Sea. With sandy beaches and summer sun, come here to get away from it all and unwind.

Just up the coast is the city of Sharm El Sheikh widely regarded as having some of the best diving in the world. The coral, year long calm waters and abundance of fishes make this the perfect destination. If diving is not your thing then head out into the desert on a camel or jeep safari. Stay overnight at a Bedouin camp before returning to the luxuries of your hotel and the modern world.

Whether you are looking for a cultural trip full of history, a top class diving holiday or a simple beach break, Egypt has it all. Stay in luxury accommodation on the Red Sea or be unrestricted with a self catering apartment. With sunshine throughout the year and brilliant white sandy beaches come to Egypt.

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The islands of Kefalonia, Rhodes, Kos, Zante, Corfu and Crete are just some of the delights of Greece.

The Mediterranean paradise that is Greece is an ideal holiday destination offering an array of accommodation and great hotels. Here you will find mountainous and rugged islands, bustling harbours and ports, secluded beaches and a thriving night life. For the perfect time come on a self-catering, half board or fully inclusive holiday at a choice of accommodation and hotels and enjoy the myths and legends that are Greece.

Crete is the largest of the Greek islands and is located in the Aegean Sea. This mountainous island was once a key part of the Minoan civilisation which lives on in the ruins scattered over the island. Come and enjoy the stunning beaches, great food and amazing weather that you only get in the Mediterranean.

Experience the ancient wonders of Rhodes with its Acropolis or the modern 18-30’s atmosphere that the resort of Faliraki is famous for. The island of Kos has plenty to offer historians with its fame lying in the Asklepeion founded after the death of Hippocrates. Kefalonia is a holidaymakers dream with its rugged landscape covered in olive and orange groves and boasting stunning cliffs with secluded bays.

Zante with its azure waters, Venetian architecture and rare wildlife is a unique destination that has so much to offer. Whether you visit the island when it is in full bloom in the spring or come during the hot summer months it is hard to find a fault with the quaint Greek island.The green island of Corfu with its pastel coloured houses and narrow streets is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Here the young people flock for the party atmosphere of the big resorts, while couples retreat to the romantic villages in the hills for beautiful views.

Each of the islands has something unique to offer, whether it is the loggerhead turtles of Zante, the Acropolis of Rhodes or the stunning landscape of Kefalonia. Whatever you are looking for the Greek islands can offer. Stunning beach breaks, cultural trips, bass driven nightlife or a mix of it all. Come to Greece to sample life!

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Hotels in PORTUGAL 2015 & 2016

Come and stay in a range of hotels on golf courses or in the many resorts Portugal has on offer. In the Algarve you will find self catering apartments and villas, to all inclusive hotels at great prices. 

Whether you choose Portugal as a last minute holiday option, a well planned family event, or a short break by the beach or in the city, you have a country, climate and variety of destinations that will meet all tastes.
Every form of accommodation is available to you from Hotels with every star rating imaginable, to Villas, Apartments and Hostels meeting the criteria for every visitor or group. Whether the accommodation is in a popular resort, by the beach, golf course or in a city centre there is no shortage of choice in Portugal.
With approximately 600 miles of coastline and a number of Blue Flag beaches Portugal is understandably popular with families, but unlike many countries in Southern Europe it is not on the Mediterranean but the Atlantic making it a haven for water based wind sports like surfing and windsurfing.
The Algarve is frequently the destination of beach lovers with its sandy beaches and hidden coves. A number of favoured tourist destinations in the region include the former Roman fortified town of Albufeira, Lagos, Portimao or Vilamoura with its extensive marina.
Central Portugal brings the history and heritage of the country to life with the architectural beauty of the university town of Coimbra, the UNESCO World Heritage status of Sintra, Fatima, famous as the home of three young cousins experiencing a significant religious vision in 1917, and perhaps the beaches and character of the famous fishing village of Nazare amongst some of those favoured.
In the north of Portugal the magnificent city of Porto, Portugals second city and the home of Port Wine, the buildings, monuments and gardens of Braga or the unspoilt hill top town of Bragnanca, and then of course to the south the magnificence of the capital Lisbon.
Lisbon offers plenty of Cathedrals and Museums, magnificent shops and cafes, bars and restaurants tucked away in its winding streets but perhaps the easiest way to get to know this understated city is to use the tourist bus allowing you to hop on and off at will.
Throughout Portugal you have choice, some dictated by regional differences and history, some by slight variations of climate, and this also is reflected in the culinary differences you may experience, although wherever you go in Portugal fish and shellfish are likely to appear on the menu especially the national dish Bacalhau, salted cod and its many different ways of preparation.
Other regions are famous for their own dishes Roast Pork and Suckling Pig from the mountainous regions, stews of smoked meats and root vegetables, lamb stews and unusual combinations of pork and shellfish. The larger towns, cities and coastal resorts also offer cuisine from around the world satisfying everybody’s tastes and preferences.
Portugal is served by three major international airports in Lisbon, Porto and Faro. A fast and efficient nationally owned rail service is available as are long distance coach services. Each town is serviced by bus and taxis with larger towns having their own metro system and car and motorcycle hire so access to and around the country is easily achieved.

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Hotels in Turkey offer everything from basic hostels to luxury five star resorts, offering anything from room only to all inclusive hotels.

Turkey undoubtedly gave us the complete holiday experience and whether your holiday is a well planned family event or a last minute search for the sun, Turkey has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in recent years as the climate, accommodation, restaurants and nightlife, satisfies individual and family requirements alike. The beautiful beaches and crystal blue sea offer the opportunity to enjoy the numerous water sport activities of swimming, sailing, snorklling , jet skiing and diving that are available to the energetic and adventurous or if you prefer simply relax in the warm sunshine. The whitewashed villages, the variety of architecture and history of the region are magnificent and nightlife abounds in the clubs and bars for those looking to party into the early hours.

The climate in the countries seven regions differ slightly dependent upon their proximity to mountain ranges but the coastal resorts of the Aegean and Mediterranean Sea enjoy practically rain free periods between May and October, with sea temperatures frequently around the mid 20`s Centigrade.

The Aegean coastline offers more than wonderful coastline and beaches but also popular towns and villages which include Izmir, Turkeys third largest city and the regions capital, the village of Assos with the Temple of Athena overlooking the Aegean, the lively resort of Bodrum, Kusadasi with its harbour and Datca bordering the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas. The area also boasts many examples of magnificent architectural heritage including Ephasus one of the worlds` best examples of Roman influence and can be found just 3 km from Selcuk.

Mediterranean Turkey covers the southern coast partially with a backdrop of mountain ranges and inland areas to the wonderful beaches and shimmering sea, the larger towns of Adana and Antalya, an expanding destination that boasts some of the region`s liveliest nightlife, the coastal towns and villages of Kas, Mersin, Marmaris and Felthlye also prove very popular.

The Sea of Marmara to the north is considered by many to be the border between Asia and Europe, the region is a little cooler, and does experience some rainfall but is still a warm climate. Istanbul is now considered the capital of the region in which The Ottoman Empire originated over 700 years ago when Bursa was considered as its capital. The region also provides access to Gallipoli with its WW1 Memorial and the ruins of Troy.

The Black Sea region to the north offers a contrasting landscape of rocky coastline, forested mountain areas and arable farmland, the coastline while dramatic in parts is warm in the summer months but can also be more humid than the Aegean or Mediterranean coastlines.

As east meets west and as the different dynasties developed the influence of the Greeks, Roman and Byzantine periods, together with the rise of the Ottoman Empire can be identified not only in the architecture, but also in the variety of food available and the delicate use of spices in certain dishes. Combine this with the beautiful beaches, the flowers and fauna and Turkey offers couples and families alike the opportunity of a memorable holiday.

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