The Ibiza Villa Holiday Specialists.
Leeds, England (PRWEB) April 18, 2013
Holiday villa company Ibiza Edge Villas has been celebrating a surge in bookings following one of longest UK winters on record.
The company have stated that the increase shows that people are no longer interested in ‘staycations’ and would prefer to seek the sun in warmer Mediterranean locations this summer. This also tallies with The Association of Travel Agents, who have reported an increased demand for last-minute breaks abroad.
Snow, wind and freezing conditions continuing through March and into early April have led to fed-up Britons abandoning their plans for a stay-at-home break and turning to sunnier climes for their holidays this year. Traditional pastimes such as camping and caravanning over the recent Easter holidays were impossible for most people.
However, the bad news for Brits has been good news for Ibiza Edge Villas, who have reported a significant increase in bookings thanks to the poor weather conditions in the UK. The company, which provides luxury villas to rent in Ibiza, is enjoying extremely high levels of demand for this time of year.
Traditionally the domain of holidaymakers looking for nightlife and nightclubs, Ibiza is becoming an increasingly popular destination for UK travellers of all walks of life, with families, couples and older people now turning to the island as a nearby and reliable source of sunshine.
Offering villas right across the island, the company has been able to take advantage of poor UK weather conditions by attracting families looking for somewhere sunny to spend their Easter holidays.
Millions of Brits flocked to airports across the UK seeking an escape from the doom and gloom of the prolonged winter and hoping to find solace and sunshine on other shores. The Association of British Holidaymakers said that its members were experiencing a high demand for last-minute holiday deals overseas as a result of freezing temperatures at home.
About Ibiza Edge Villas
Ibiza Edge Villas offer villas across the island, from smaller places sleeping two to four people up to larger accommodation for over six people. They also provide other services, including boat/yacht charter, private catering, restaurant and club bookings, scuba diving and a mobile bar service.