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Tempo launches affordable European holiday parks

12 September 2012

Tempo launches affordable European holiday parks in over 160 locations

Tempo Holidays has unveiled an exclusive range of holiday park accommodation in 14 countries across Europe in a brand new product for the Australian market.

In its biggest product launch to date, Tempo will offer over 160 holiday parks from 2013 in France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Austria, Germany, Portugal and more.

Catering to budget-conscious travellers such as families, Tempo’s well-appointed holiday cabin accommodation features the extensive recreational facilities of full-service resorts at incredibly affordable prices.

The exciting offering is part of Tempo’s new Self Catering Apartments & Holiday Parks 2013 brochure, which also features an expanded selection of apartments from around the world.

“Now you can holiday in Europe for less than you can in New Zealand, and even for less than tourist hotspots like Bali and Fiji,” Tempo Holidays marketing manager Ash Jurberg said.

“Ideal for budget-conscious families, holiday parks combine outdoor space and comfortable facilities with the flexibility and freedom to relax and explore at your leisure.

“We’re thrilled to be able to offer this surprisingly affordable accommodation option in Europe. In fact our fully equipped family cabins are up to 70% cheaper than 3 star hotels.”

New holiday parks include the Rome Fabulous – a short trip from Rome’s famous monuments and surrounded by 70 acres of lush pine forest and the sandy beaches of the Tyrrhenian Sea from NZ$46* per cabin per night; and the Montgri on the Costa Brava, which offers spectacular views, superb facilities such as two pool complexes with waterslides and chutes and entertainment throughout the season from NZ$30* per cabin per night.

Tempo also has a range of holiday park/self-drive itineraries including the 9-day Tuscany & the Italian Lakes which includes 4 nights at Norcenni Girasole Club (Florence), 4 nights at Bella Italia (Lake Garda) and 9 days car rental from NZ$369* per person based on two people sharing one cabin.

The majority of the parks are situated in scenic coastal areas within easy reach of major cities, while some of the more popular inland locations include the Alps, Loire Valley and the Italian Lakes District.

Holiday in style and comfort choosing from top-of-the-range luxury to budget-friendly holiday cabins equipped with a fully fitted kitchen, ensuite bathrooms, on-site parking and large decks.

For bookings, contact your local travel agent or Tempo Holidays at www.tempoholidays.co.nz, 09 520 1490 or info@tempoholidays.co.nz.

*Terms and conditions apply. Prices may fluctuate due to changes in currency exchange rate, fees, taxes, accommodation type and season. Deals and offers are subject to availability.

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