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Sur la côte Atlantique, vous pourrez vous laisser porter ou bercer par le spectacle étonnant et presque hypnotisant des vagues venant se briser sur les rochers. Vous serez surpris du nombre d’heures que l’on peut passer à contempler l’Océan dans le calme et de la sérénité que cela procure. Depuis votre villa avec vue sur mer, vous assisterez ainsi chaque soir à une représentation inédite des éléments.
The Annual General Assembly of the Cretan International Community will be held on Monday the 7th of January at the Kimolia Cafe by the Square of the 25th of March in Rethymnon. It will start at 11:45 am, following the monthly Coffee Morning. Among other things, the agenda includes the discharge of the current board and the elections for the future board. For more details, please see the agenda on the CIC website.

Second home and holiday home owners used to be able to claim discounts in their council tax in the United Kingdom, as the property is vacant for much of the year. This is no longer true in many areas, including Carmarthenshire; if the property is empty (but furnished) no discount is permitted and the owner will be liable to pay the tax in full.[12] But, In Cornwall, since 2004 second home owners can claim a 10% discount in their council tax.[5] Prior to 2004, they could claim a 50% discount in Cornwall,[13] they are still able to claim 50% in many other areas in England.[6] The Welsh movement, Cymuned, promote the principle that owners of holiday homes should pay double the standard rate of council tax, as they do not otherwise invest in the local community.[14] Testimony of this is to be seen in a report on the effect of holiday homes in Scotland, which found that those who went on holiday to Scotland spent an average of £57 a day, in comparison to just £32 a day spent by those visiting their holiday or second homes.[4]


On the way to the Hotel Formentor, this is a semi circular beach with narrow fringes of sand, clear water and thick pinewoods which lead down to the water. It can be very busy as boats also moor here and there is a daily visit from the glass bottom boat with lots of holidaymakers aboard! There are 2 bars on the beach and parking facilities a short walk away.


Our affordable holidays are on a self-catering basis.  We have caravans in a number of popular UK resorts and welcome families or individuals who are disadvantaged, whether through disability, income or other circumstances. We are a small charity that specialises in providing quality, fully-accessible caravan accommodation for families and individuals that need a fun and relaxing break. We believe that holidays are for everyone. You can stay in some of the country’s best holiday parks close to beautiful countryside and enjoyable beaches.  All of our caravans have great facilities to make sure you and your family have a wonderful time.
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