BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND, May 18, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Greece is a yet to recover completely from the economic turmoil that it was going through, but the tourism industry seems to have taken an excellent initiative to make sure that the flow of foreign currency remains intact - almost the entire tourism department of Greece seems to have gone on a price slashing spree and the industry is mainly banking on Kefalonia.
The property owners and the hotel owners catering to tourists to Greece have reduced their prices considerably and that has made Kefalonia an exotic destination less the price tag associated with such destinations.
Kefalonia has always been an attractive destination for travelers across the globe, but the recent price slash seems to have given a boost to Kefalonia tourism and the total number of foot falls to this exotic island has remained intact. One other organization has also decided to do its bit to make Kefalonia and even more attractive destination - the popular Kefalonia travel website www.kefalonia.co.uk
has introduced a new search feature on their website in collaboration with Thomson Holidays and this new feature is going to help users find the best Kefalonia travel deals for the most inexpensive prices.
They also seem to have tied up with a large number of hotels and holiday resorts that are now offering the same luxury and benefits as before, but if you do your bookings through the website, you would be offered deep discounts.
Managing director of Kefalonia.co.uk: The Ionian Island Holiday Guide to Kefalonia
, Russell Beech said: "We were not sure what to expect this year but tourists do not seem to have been put off by Greece's finance worries. Holiday prices have dropped slightly making Kefalonia a great choice for families on a budget." Kefalonia.co.uk has definitely made it possible for people on a shoestring budget to experience a destination as exotic as Kefalonia.www.Kefalonia.co.uk
was founded in 2008 in a bid to make users aware about the nuances of holidaying in Kefalonia. If you want to have more information on the topic, you could request an appointment with Russell Beech at firstname.lastname@example.org