Discover The Best European
Destinations for Charter Holidays
Christmas and other holidays are never too far away. Although I know I should
focus my attention on all the food, celebrations and some presents to purchase, my mind seems to have other
Thoughts of where to go on next year’s holiday are definitely taking preference
over the size of turkey that I should be ordering. Luckily I have some great ideas already and if you are looking
to book charter holidays or as Danes call them charterferie somewhere in Europe too, you can read on for some inspiration.
Malta is a tiny island
in the Mediterranean that has an amazing number of things to offer. From historical sites that date back over 2000
years, to hopping nightlife in Bujiba, there will be something to keep the whole family happy. Malta is also a
popular destination for those who enjoy diving due to its abundant marine life and there are many diving schools
available for beginners too. Charter holidays are the best way to visit Malta, simply because many of the best
hotels are small and family run and they have all given out a certain number of rooms to reliable travel
|Malta's capital city, Valleta, is surrounded by protective bastions,
which are one of the most fascinating fortifications in Europe.
Greece is a large country that is made up of literally hundreds of islands, which makes this a
perfect destination for charter holidays. As well as a wealth of history and culture, each island has something
different that it is famous for and there are some suited more to families and others suited to couples. Because of
this, many visitors here will want to experience a few of the Greek islands and charter holidays allow you to
do this hassle free. All of the accommodation is pre-booked and ferry tickets are purchased and waiting for you
when you arrive.
Bulgaria is as far East
as you can go in Europe and its climate means that it is perfect for sunshine breaks in the summer and equally good
for skiing holidays in the winter. The Bulgarian people write in Cyrillic, and because of this it can be somewhat
difficult to book accommodation on your own here. Charter holidays do all of that for you and mean that you can
spend your time enjoying everything that this beautiful and unspoilt country has to offer.
|Bolata beach on the northern Bulgarian Black Sea Coast
is a small cove and a nature's reserve
People may think it is a little old hat but Mallorca is still a great destination for
those looking to book charter holidays. Many of the older hotels have been given a face lift and there has been
lots of work improving the overall feel and appearance of this lovely holiday destination. Beaches are always clean
and have plenty of activities to offer families. Nightlife is also very family orientated until very late, when it
swaps over to cater to the younger crowd. People coming here really do have the best of both worlds and should not
over look it. Danes say “Oplev Mallorca”, or
“Experience Mallorca”. Just don’t hesitate to do that!
|Cap de Formentor in Mallorca - the eastern end of
Mallorca's Formentor peninsula,
called by locals the 'Meeting point of the winds'
So there you have just a sample of the best European destinations for charter
holidays. These are the ones that I have enjoyed the most and are on my list of places to return to. Of course, you
may look for something totally different from your charter holidays but I hope that these will at least go some way
in helping to get you thinking about where you want to go next year.