Tenerife - a Christmas Holiday Bargain

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As the festive season swiftly approaches countless people’s thoughts turn to holidays in the sun and the chance to escape the chilly merry-go-round of a traditional British Christmas.

For many this escape to paradise means a trip down to the local travel agents to pore over a pile of brochures in the hope that the holiday reality matches the glossy dream.

For others however, holiday planning is taken care of from the comfort of their own front room, via the internet. Said Rachel Harris a confirmed netophile from Barking in Essex: “we’ve used http://www.teneriferesorts.com to plan our holidays before and have found that they give us loads of choices on everything so we can find the best holiday for our budget”.

These sentiments were echoed by Barry Loxley a retired pharmacist from Truro in Cornwall: “Tenerife Resorts has been around for a few years now and the information about hotels and restaurants is very up to date. What I like best are the independent reviews from normal holiday makers so you know you are getting information from the horse’s mouth and not from a travel agent who just wants to sell you a holiday”.

The portal prides itself on the accuracy of its information and in particular gives a comprehensive overview of the Canary Island’s various towns and villages as well as offering in-depth reviews and links to literally thousands of hotels, bars and restaurants. There are also sections covering everything from car hire to childcare and excursions, attractions and areas of historic and cultural interest.

For those seeking the ultimate bargain holiday Tenerife Resorts is also running a fantastic holiday giveaway competition so visit http://www.teneriferesorts.com and you too could be jetting off to a Christmas of sand, sea and Santa’s sangria.

Tenerife Resorts, the Canary Island’s number one web portal, offers a wealth of information to help travellers get the best value from their Christmas breaks.

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Mark Tabbs