Diversified bets for Holy Week to suit all tastes

At a time when many Portuguese people are taking the opportunity to travel, Soltour highlights its operations to hot but diverse destinations with an offer that represents much more than sea and beach.

Easter is a privileged period for many Portuguese people to take a break from their routine and recharge their batteries for the months leading up to the summer holidays.

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As a family, with friends or alone, many Portuguese people travel to more distant destinations during Holy Week. For travel agencies, this season is an opportunity to take advantage of the increased demand for travel and market attractive destinations.

Soltour, a leading Iberian tour operator in the sun and beach segment, has invested in a set of in-house operations for this period.

“At this time when demand for travel is increasing, we want to provide travel agencies with a solid and flawless offer, so that they can offer their customers attractive, authentic and differentiated destinations, but with the guarantee of safety during a holiday period in which travellers seek rest and tranquillity. We are very optimistic regarding the reserve levels we are seeing”, says Luís Santos, Commercial Director of Soltour in Spain and Portugal.

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With a direct flight from Lisbon on March 24th and connecting flights from Lisbon and Porto on several days during Holy Week, Cancún is ready to welcome Portuguese travellers. Located in the far east of Mexico, it is one of the most popular sun and beach destinations in the Caribbean Sea, but it is also a place with a strong heritage and cultural legacy, especially due to archaeological sites of great importance such as the ancient Mayan ruins. Nature is the perfect complement to this diversity: coral reefs, for example, offer exceptional conditions for diving and snorkelling, allowing you to explore the animal life of the Caribbean Sea.

World-renowned for its long beaches, world-class resorts and nightlife, Punta Cana is one of the most popular destinations in the Dominican Republic. The landscapes of white sand and palm trees are authentic postcards, but the experience of this destination doesn’t end at the beach. Punta Cana is also a place of biodiversity with several protected natural spaces, while Dominican culture can be seen in every corner, from music to cuisine. Soltour offers a direct flight to Punta Cana, from Lisbon, on March 25th and several flights with stops from the capital and Porto.

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Still in the Caribbean Sea, Havana is a historical treasure not to be missed. With colonial architecture, vintage cars and a vibrant music scene, the city has a special charm that remains in the memory of those who visit. Also in Cuba, Varadero offers a different experience, focused on tranquillity by the sea, with its extensive white sand beaches and crystal clear waters. Cuba is served by several flights with a stopover during Holy Week from Lisbon and Porto.

In terms of island destinations, the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands offer a mix of tranquillity, adventure and fun without going too far. Through connecting flights from Lisbon and Porto during Holy Week, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote, in the Canaries, await Portuguese travellers with a mosaic of experiences, from water sports to volcanic landscapes. In the Balearics, connecting flights from Lisbon and Porto invite you to discover Ibiza, Menorca and Mallorca, a guarantee of natural beauty, world-class beaches and lively nightlife.

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In North Africa, the city of Marrakesh, in Morocco, is a gateway to the Arab essence. A destination of intense aromas and flavours, with a vibrant local life and a remarkable cultural legacy, visible in the architecture of the palaces and mosques that impress any traveller. Marrakesh is just a connecting flight away from Lisbon on March 24th.

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