Five Continent Group Launches Costa del Sol's First Complete Virtual Directory of Hotels, Restaurants & Museums in Marbella, Ronda & Across Costa del Sol

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FCG launches a unique, exclusive hotel, restaurant, shopping & activities Guide for Costa del Sol Living. Every business & tourist attraction includes full 360 degree Virtual Tours and online booking facility, plus articles, virtual menus for restaurants, advice, reviews and much more.

This month (April 2005) sees the official launch of Five Continent Group's website (, along with a series of local radio interviews. Based in Marbella and presently covering the Costa del Sol from Gibraltar through Marbella to Nerja in Southern Spain, FCG has created the first totally virtual directory for Spain.

The concept behind FCG is to broaden horizons & create an inside track as to what Andalucia has to offer to residents & tourists alike, providing an exclusive hand-picked selection of Costa del Sol's finest rural & coastal accommodation (FCG Hotels), Costa del Sol Restaurants (FCG Dining), Andalucian activities & Tourist attractions (FCG Tourism) and Andalucia Conference Venues (FCG Conferences).

At present Five Continent Group's main target markets are Scandinavia & the UK, and as an IATA registered Travel Agency, FCG provides tailor-made packages to ensure clients make the most of their hard-earned leisure time in Spain.

All featured Restaurants, Shops, Hotels & Activities on Five Continent Group include relevant information pertaining to each venue (prices, maps, menus, winelists, history, facilities and online booking), but uniquely, full high quality 360 degree virtual tours, courtesy of FCG's own Virtual-Continent IPIX-based technology for panoramic photography.

FCG's plans over the coming months are to expand the directory along Spain's Costas to include exclusive & unique Hotels & Restaurants in Costa Blanca, Costa Almeria and Costa de la Luz before tackling Virtual City Guides for Madrid, Seville & Barcelona.


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