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Falcon Holidays Introduces Pirates Village in Majorca

Falcon Holidays Introduces Pirates Village in Majorca

Falcon Holidays has introduced a new holiday concept in Majorca – in the Gran Santa Ponsa Pirates Village and only available from Falcon in Ireland. Step over the threshold, and jump right into a world of pirate adventure, a unique and unforgettable holiday experience, suitable for all ages.

Falcon has also introduced a new 5-star Holiday Village in Majorca to the exclusive Holiday Village range, and with the increasing demand for Falcon’s exclusive SplashWorld range of holidays, the new Coral Sea Water World in the Red Sea Riviera has also been added.

Falcon Holidays’ new Summer 2013 programme offers adult prices from €289pp, family prices from €999 for a family of four, and for bookings before 31st August 2012, free child places, one parent family savings, free upgrades and savings of €160pp per couple in selected properties.

Falcon Summer 2013 Brochure

General Manager for Ireland Carol Anne O’Neill said: “With the Irish weather as it is, everyone deserves some much needed sunshine in their lives and as Ireland’s leading family holiday provider we pride ourselves on delivering this and enabling people to get away from it all, if only for a week or two. Holidays are made for spending some much needed quality time together, whether it be as a family or as a couple.

“Falcon is the market leader in all-inclusive holidays, and our exclusive Holiday Villages and SplashWorld resorts remain firm family favourites, and many of our properties include free Falcon Kids Clubs or on-site entertainment.

“We are constantly reviewing what our customers are looking for and have just introduced a new Holiday Village along with the new Pirates Village holiday concept, both in Majorca, and the new SplashWorld resort in the Red Sea Riviera, all of which are only available to Falcon customers.

“Cruise holidays are also available within the Summer 2013 programme with Thomson or Island Cruises. Various itineraries are available with departures from Ireland, meaning that there are even more holiday options for Irish holidaymakers to choose from.

“Our exclusive early booking offers include free places for children, grandparents and groups, no under-occupancy for couples, savings for one-parent families, and free room and board upgrades to help make holidays affordable for everyone. Falcon also offers a low booking deposit, along with the facility for holidaymakers to pay for their holiday in stages, with the final balance due eight weeks before departure.”

The summer 2013 programme from Falcon Holidays runs from May to October and provides a range of holidays from Dublin Airport to Majorca, Costa Dorada, Costa del Sol, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, the Algarve, Red Sea Riviera, Bulgaria, Corfu, Crete, Zakynthos, Cyprus and Turkey; from Cork Airport to Majorca, Costa Dorada, Costa del Sol, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote; from Shannon Airport to Majorca, Costa Dorada and Lanzarote; and from Belfast International Airport to Menorca and Tenerife.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, editor and proofreader for 53 years, and ITTN's News & Features Editor for 43 years. His travel blog is at www.thetravelbuddhist.com.

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