Here is an article by the Chief Travel Writer at the Sunday Times dated 14th February 2016:
EXCLUSIVE VALENTINES PROMOTION WHEN YOU BOOK ONE OF OUR HOLIDAYS SAVE £100 PER PERSON ON ALL VILLA HOLIDAYS AND SAVE £50 PER PERSON ON ALL APARTMENTS
Do you have an interesting Ionian or Aegean Island Holiday story to tell? If so, we would love to hear from you. Send us your Ionian holiday tales of up to 1000 words and not only will you have the chance to win up to £500 holiday vouchers but we will also print the winning entry in our Spring Newsletter to be released in March, so that everyone can enjoy your Ionian experience!
If you would like to get your holiday off to a flying start in comfort and style why not book yourself and your family extra leg room seats. Airlines where this service is available and how to book are outlined below:
Small Planet Airlines
Book via Ionian Island Holidays on 020 8459 0777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org – At a cost of £30 per person per way
Book via Ionian Island Holidays at a cost of £15 per person each way
Email your request to: email@example.com with your names, booking reference, (limited extra leg seating on this aircraft and is subject to availability)
This service can only be booked by calling Monarch on 0333 0030 700 * option 1 quoting our booking ref and flight details- cost £34.99 per person each way
Book online at www.flyextras.com – Cost between £25 & £35 per person
Thomas Cook Airlines - www.thomascookairlines.com/RetrieveBookingGBE.aspx – £25 per person per way
Clients can call us on 020 8459 0777 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request. Cost is £20 per person each way – Please quote your flight details, dates and booking reference on any correspondence.
There have been reports in the media lately regarding visitors to Greece being advised to bring cash with them – In light of these articles ABTA have released a statement on this matter which is outlined below:
“You may have seen reports in the media stating that holidaymakers travelling to Greece are being advised to take cash with them rather than relying on credit cards, understandably, this coverage will have caused concern for some. There is a level of unhelpful speculation driving these stories, but in reality the advice from the Foreign Office is that, just as with other countries, travellers to Greece should take a range of payment options.
This advice is not new, it has been in place since December 2012 and it is also in line with ABTA’s general advice to travellers. We have clarified this with many journalists to try and allay fears and prevent further speculation”.
We at Ionian Island Holidays can assure Greece is open for business!!!