Ole Special Events 2011


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Ole Special Events 2011

  3. 3. “ We passionately believe that Destination Management is all about a million details, and that’s why OLE SPECIAL EVENTS is a specialist in finding innovative, creative and viable solutions for you”. Angeles Moreno: Managing Director OLÉ SPECIAL EVENTS PRESENTATION We are Members Of: Our Services: Venue finding Budget Management Entertainment Social Programmes Tours / Activities Audio Visual & Production Decoration Catering / Restaurants Transportation Contract Negotiation Venue Management Exhibitions Event staff Our Unique Selling Points (USP): Own production (Audiovisual) and creativity department 24/7 At client´s disposal Free proposals within 24 hours References from clients and suppliers upon request 25% proposals confirmation rate Only DMC in Spain which has increased incomes and employees during 2010 and 2011
  4. 4. OLÉ SPECIAL EVENTS PRESENTATION Our Olé Special Events Team: we are very motivated/experienced team and we feel passionate about our job! Receipt: A tablespoon of experience in organization Compromise from the first minute to the last Client satisfaction , taste our clients’ opinions before hiring us, if you like. Motivated staff , used to work under pressure and giving our utmost in each event, with every client Creativity , decoration, design & production advise…Our Olé Special Event's touch is THE special ingredient for any event! Now put everything inside a Loft located in Madrid, Mix & Match everything and you will get THE BEST RESULTS & SATISFACTION! Angeles Moreno Managing Director
  5. 5. OLÉ SPECIAL EVENTS AS VENUE FINDING We deliver personalized local destination knowledge and expertise using our on-the-ground knowledge of all the country. We offer our national & international CONFERENCE, MEETING AND INCENTIVE customers’ direct access to local markets and convenient quality service within the geographical area of Spain. Our focus is to satisfy your professional destination requirements all over Spain. YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER Venue Finding
  6. 6. INCENTIVES & ACTIVITIES YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER Incentives & Activities Olé Special Events creates and develops all kinds of activities for your events. A sailing ship trip from Valencia, a wine tasting in a well-known winery from La Rioja, a visit to the emblematic Real Madrid football stadium or a tour around the extraordinary architecture of Gaudí en Barcelona…these are some examples of unforgettable experiences that will make your next event or team building activity a memorable moment.
  7. 7. GALA DINNERS-DECORATION-ENTERTAINMENT YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER Gala Dinner-Decoration- Entertainment Olé Special Events are about creating memorable experiences for our clients. We incorporate culture and creativity into our social programs . We are all about the senses! What you SEE, SMELL, TASTE, TOUCH, HEAR . The venue will be exclusive , the food will tantalize the food palette, the decor will be astonishing! The entertainment will touch your emotions but more than anything, you will experience your sixth sense by attending an OLE Event.
  8. 8. YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER EVENT MANAGEMENT & LOGISTICS <ul><li>Conference & Congress Organisation </li></ul><ul><li>Olé Special Events offers a full service to manage all the aspects of conferences, conventions and congresses. </li></ul><ul><li>Our meeting and convention planning services include: </li></ul><ul><li>Exhibitors and exhibition management </li></ul><ul><li>Planning and LOC management </li></ul><ul><li>Spouse / Partner programme </li></ul><ul><li>Audio visual services </li></ul><ul><li>Financial management </li></ul><ul><li>Speakers & Abstracts </li></ul><ul><li>On-line registration </li></ul><ul><li>Program development </li></ul><ul><li>Sponsor management </li></ul><ul><li>Pre & Post tours </li></ul><ul><li>Venue management </li></ul><ul><li>Food & beverage </li></ul><ul><li>Accommodation </li></ul><ul><li>Dinner events </li></ul><ul><li>Green events </li></ul><ul><li>Site visits </li></ul><ul><li>Marketing </li></ul><ul><li>Transportation: </li></ul><ul><li>Getting from A to B for an event can often be difficult. We make it EASY and we do it in STYLE and comfort. </li></ul><ul><li>Your guests are put at ease by professional hostesses and friendly drivers. </li></ul><ul><li>Whether it is transfers from the airport, from hotel to venue, or to social events, you will be ensured reliability, comfort and fun. </li></ul>
  9. 9. EVENT CONCEPT & IMAGE Event Concept & Image &quot;The Art of Production&quot; No matter what your needs are, our dynamic audio visual team will deliver a memorable and innovative technical experience that your clients will never forget. We bring reliability, creativity, dazzling lights and excitement to the focal point of your event leaving your clients inspired and enthused. We create events under a creative perspective assuring the best result. The art of lightining & to sound is one of the most important and difficult event issues to arrange. That´s why we have our own AV production. This enable us to have all the control, without unexpected situations. YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER
  10. 10. CASE STUDIES YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER FIRST CASE STUDY: DANFOSS MAY 2011 City: Barcelona Duration: 6 days Attendance: 300 pax Airport: El Prat Hotel: Hesperia Tower 5* Entertainment: Golf,footballleague,regata,karting,cooking paella,beach activities,catamaran
  11. 11. YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER FIRST CASE STUDY: DANFOSS MAY 2011 City: Barcelona Duration: 6 days Attendance: 300 pax Airport: El Prat Hotel: Hesperia Tower 5* Entertainment: Golf,footballleague,regata,karting,cooking paella,beach activities,catamaran
  12. 12. YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER FIRST CASE STUDY: DANFOSS MAY 2011 City: Barcelona Duration: 6 days Attendance: 300 pax Airport: El Prat Hotel: Hesperia Tower 5* Entertainment: Golf,footballleague,regata,karting,cooking paella,beach activities,catamaran
  13. 13. SECOND CASE STUDY: ALIGN TECHNOLOGIES JUNE 2011 City: Barcelona Duration: 3 Days Attendance: 450 pax Airport: El Prat Hotel: Hotel Arts 5* Gala Dinner: La Llotja de Mar YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER
  14. 14. SECOND CASE STUDY: ALIGN TECHNOLOGIES JUNE 2011 City: Barcelona Duration: 3 Days Attendance: 450 pax Airport: El Prat Hotel: Hotel Arts 5* Gala Dinner: La Llotja de Mar YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER
  15. 15. THIRD CASE STUDY: OFFICE DEPPOT FEBRUARY 2011 City: Madrid Duration: 4 days Attendance: 400 pax Airport: Barajas Hotel: Hotel Meliá Castilla 4* Gala Dinner: Círculo de Bellas Artes YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER
  16. 16. THIRD CASE STUDY: OFFICE DEPPOT FEBRUARY 2011 City: Madrid Duration: 4 days Attendance: 400 pax Airport: Barajas Hotel: Hotel Meliá Castilla 4* Gala Dinner: Círculo de Bellas Artes YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER
  17. 17. FOURTH CASE STUDY: ONO TOLEDO 2009 City: Toledo Duration: 2 Days Attendance: 100 pax Hotel: Palacio Eugenia de Montijo YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER
  18. 18. YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER FOURTH CASE STUDY: ONO TOLEDO 2009 City: Toledo Duration: 2 Days Attendance: 100 pax Hotel: Palacio Eugenia de Montijo
  19. 19. We are here to solve your destination challenges, whatever they may be we‘ll find viable solutions no matter how extraordinary the request might be. If you are interested in our services as DMC, please don't hesitate in contact us, we will be delighted in giving you the best solution for your company. Many Thanks for your attention!
  20. 20. MADRID CITY DESCRIPTION YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER Madrid , t he Spanish capital is an energetic city where the options for holding an event are practically endless. Architecturally stunning and rich in culture, it is dynamic and cosmopolitan yet retains all the Spanish charm of yesteryear. It blends harmoniously with the most modern and convenient of urban infrastructure. If there is one thing, however, that characterises Madrid, it is the deep, contagious passion for life reflected in its friendly , welcoming people. Madrid boasts a wealth of venues to accommodate the most demanding event or congress . It has two Conference Centres , two Exhibition Centres, as well as a varied range of accommodation facilities offering their own meeting space. The Spanish capital's old town is overflowing with art, history and culture , with buildings like the Prado Museum, one of the world's most important art galleries, as well as the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and the Reina Sofia Art Centre. Art and culture are central to Madrid life; it has no less than 73 museums that cover all fields of human knowledge. MAX DAILY TEMPERATURE ºc JANUARY 11 FEBRUARY 13 MARCH 16 APRIL 18 MAY 22 JUNE 28 JULY 33 AUGUST 32 SEPTEMBER 28 OCTOBER 21 NOVEMBER 15 DECEMBER 11
  21. 21. MADRID AIRPORT CONNECTIONS YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER General Information about Madrid-Barajas Airport Madrid - Barajas Airport is one of the main points of entry for tourists to Spain. A short distance from the city centre, it is a key element of our tourist industry as it is convenient and saves passengers time and money in transport. Madrid - Barajas plays a very important role in the economies of Madrid and Spain as a whole, since it drives the regional economy and fosters business growth and tourism. The new extensions have consolidated Barajas as a &quot;hub&quot; airport where airlines can increase connectivity between Latin American, domestic and European markets. Making it a true bridge between Europe and Latin America. Madrid-Barajas is now a symbol of modernity and progress and has consolidated its leading position among world airports, being the fourth in Europe in numbers of flights and passengers. Its innovative and attractive facilities, equipped with the latest technology to offer passengers greater mobility, efficiency and speed, with modern baggage handling systems, shopping areas and a greater number of flights make Madrid one of the airport capitals of the 21st century. Airlines Adria Airways Airlingus Aeroflot Aerolíneas Argentinas Aeromexico Aerosul Air Algerie Air Berlin Air Cairo Air Canada Air China Air Comet Air Europa* Air France Air Malta Air Memphis Air Moldova Air Nostrum Líneas Aéreas del Mediterráneo Air Transat Alitalia American Airlines AMV Aviation Andalus Atlas Blue Atlas Jet Avianca Blue Air Blue Panorama British Airways Brussels Airlines Bulgaria Air Cairo Aviation Cityflyer Express Continental Airlines CSA Czech Airlines Cubana Airlines Delta Airlines Dubrovnik Airlines Easy Jet Easy Jet Switzerland Egypt Air El Al- Israel Airlines Finnair Fly Globespan Free Bird Airlines Germanwings Iberia Iberworld Icelandair Karthago Airlines KLM Korean Air Lan Chile Lan Ecuador Lan Peru Libyan Arab Airlines LOT-Polskie Linie Lotnicze Lufthansa Luxair Malev Hungarian Airlines Meridiana Mexicana de Aviación My way (MyAir.com) Olympic Airlines Onur Air Pegasus Hava Pluna Privilege Style Pullmantur Air Qatar Airways Royal Air Maroc Royal Jordanian Airlines Ryanair Santa Barbara SAS (Scandinavian Airlines System) Sata Internacional Saudi Arabien Airlines Siberia Airlines Smart Wings Spanair Sun Express Sun d'Or International Swiftair Swiss International Air Lines Ltd Syrian Arab Airlines TAM Airlines TAP Portugal Taro m Thai Airways Transportes Aéreos de Cabo Verde Tunisair Turkish Airlines Ukraine International US Airways Vueling Airlines Wizz Air Hungary
  22. 22. Barcelona is a Mediterranean metropolis that has it all. Enjoying a prime location by the sea, you can see medieval districts and the most beautiful examples of modern avant-garde art side by side, as well as finding lively ports and sunny beaches to stroll along. Because of its long history and its economical dynamics Barcelona has developed into an impressive cultural magnet and an ideal location for international events. Its exceptional communications network , Mediterranean climate and its great number of tourist attractions make Barcelona an important business city. Business facilities, as well as conference and exhibition centres can accommodate the widest variety of initiatives. Innovative infrastructure and the latest technology are at your disposal for any event. The city is home to more than 50 museums, exhibiting permanent collections of artists such as Picasso, Joan Miró and Antoni Tàpies, and you will also find collections of Romanesque and contemporary art. Gastronomy is, without a doubt, one of the cornerstones of Catalan culture. BARCELONA CITY DESCRIPTION YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER MAX DAILYTEMPERATURE ºc JANUARY 13 FEBRUARY 14 MARCH 16 APRIL 17 MAY 20 JUNE 24 JULY 27 AUGUST 28 SEPTEMBER 26 OCTOBER 21 NOVEMBER 17 DECEMBER 14
  23. 23. BARCELONA AIRPORT CONNECTIONS Barcelona Airport is located south-west of the city, between the city limits of El Prat de Llobregat, Viladecans and Sant Boi. It is just 3 km from the Port of Barcelona, one of the most important ports in the Mediterranean for container traffic and the leader in the cruise market. It is also located near the Free Zone Consortium, one of the most important industrial and logistics centres in Spain. Barcelona Airport constitutes a cornerstone of the Catalan economy and is particularly important for the business sector and tourism industry. The Barcelona Plan will transform the airport with the construction of a new terminal area and the extension of the airfield with a new runway, in addition to other relevant infrastructures. These improvements will consolidate Barcelona's position as a major European hub airport, increasing both its domestic and international connections. Since the Olympic Games were held, passenger traffic at Barcelona airport has increased by over 200%, growing from 10 million passengers in 1992 to over 32 million in 2007. In 2008, it handled 30,208,134 passengers, 321,491 flight operations and 104,239 tonnes of cargo. YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER Adria Airways Aer Lingus Aeroflot Aeroflot-Don Aerolíneas Argentinas Aerolíneas Baleares-AEBAL Aero Mexico Air Algerie Air Baltic Air Berlin Air Europa Air France Air Malta Air Nostrum Air Slovakia Air Transat Alia Royal Jordanian Alitalia American Airlines Arkia Airlines Atlas Blue Austrian Airlines Avianca BA Cityflyer Blue Air Blue1 BMI Baby British Airways Brussels Airlines Bulgaria Air Clickair CN Air Condor Flugdienst Continental Airlines CSA Czech Airlines Delta Airlines Easyjet Easyjet Switzerland Egypt air El-Al Estonian Air Executive Airlines Finnair FlyGlobespan Freebird Airlines Germanwings Gestair Iberia Iceland Express Icelandair Inter-Flights Israir Jet2.com KD avia KLM Royal Dutch Airlines LOT Polskie Lufthansa Luxair Malev Hungarian Airlines Meridiana Monarch Airlines MyAir.com Norwegian Air Shuttle Orenair Orionair Pronair Regional Airlines Rossiya-Russian Airlines Royal Air Maroc S7 Airlines SAS Scandinavian Airlines System Singapore Airlines SkyEurope Airlines Smart Wings Spa air Swiftair Swiss International Airlines Syrian Arab Air TAP Portugal Tarom Transaero Airlines Transavia.com Tunisair Turkish Airlines Ukraine International Airlines Ural Airlines US Airways Vim Airlines Vueling Airlines Wind Jet Wizz Air
  24. 24. VALENCIA CITY DESCRIPTION YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER Valencia , a modern city influenced by the Mediterranean culture and climate offers a successful combination of tradition with today’s modern features. The Congress Palace, the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias Valencia, the Trade Fair Valencia and the Concert Hall are prepared for the most demanding event or congress. Valencia also boasts a varied range of accommodation facilities offering their own meeting space . Valencia is a discreet city which should be visited slowly. The old city is especially charming, almost magical . Sitting in the Plaza de la Virgen, one can enjoy the doves flying around the Basilica, the Cathedral, and the Miguelete. The outstanding natural areas and scenic landscape, together with its privileged climate, make Valencia a paradise for those who enjoy outdoor activities. Admid the rich variety of Valencian cuisine, paella is the indisputable queen, as well as being the most well-known Spanish dish internationally. Valencia´s modern transport network connects the city to the main European and Spanish cities. MAX DAILY TEMPERATURE ºc JANUARY 12 FEBRUARY 13 MARCH 14 APRIL 16 MAY 18 JUNE 22 JULY 25 AUGUST 26 SEPTEMBER 23 OCTOBER 19 NOVEMBER 15 DECEMBER 12
  25. 25. VALENCIA AIRPORT CONNECTIONS YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER Airlines Valencia airport, which is situated eight kilometres west of the capital, has become an important business and tourist centre, encouraging economic growth in the area. It handles mainly domestic scheduled flights and close to half of its traffic is with Madrid. Other national destinations of importance are Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona, Seville and Ibiza. The airport also handles a significant level of international traffic from European Union countries, with most passengers coming from the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy and France. General aviation is very important in the airport of Valencia. The agriculturally-related private aviation manoeuvres and air operations which take place every year are an important part of this airport's activity. In 2008, the airport processed 5,779,336 passengers, 96,782 operations and 13,324 tonnes of cargo. AeBal Aerlingus Air Algerie Air Berlin Air Comet Air Europa Air France Air Malta Air Nostrum Air One Alitalia Alpi Eagles AMC Aviation Atlasjet Austrian Airlines Blue Air Blueline Airlines Brussels Airlines Bulgaria Air Clickair CSA Czech Airlines Darwin Airline Dubrovnik Airline EasyJet Eurofly First Choice Flybaboo Free Bird Airlines Hello Helvetic Airways Vueling Airlines Wind Jet Wizz Air Wondair on Demand Iberia Iberworld Jet2.com Karthago Airlines Lufthansa Monarch Airlines Norwegian Nouvelair Onur Air Privilege Style Pronair Royal Air Maroc Ryanair SAS (Scandinavian Airlines System) Sixcargo SkyEurope Smart Wings Spanair Sun Air of Scandinavian Swiftair Swiss Tarom Transavia.com Travel Service TUIfly Tunisair Turkish Airlines Volareweb
  26. 26. Sevilla (Seville) is located 80 km. from the cost of Andalucia on the banks of the Guadalquivir a navigable river with contact to the Atlantic Ocean. It is the 4th largest city in Spain with more than 700.000 inhabitants and Capital of Andalucia (the most southern region of Spain). Within 2 hours drive from Sevilla you can reach Portugal and Granada and Malaga are also within a short reach. The town has a hot Mediterranean climate with more than 300 days of sun a year. Apart from being the capital of Andalucia Sevilla is also the industrial center of southern Spain . The most important sectors are the chemical and pharmaceutical as well as the metal industry. The province of Sevilla has traditionally been an agricultural region and due to the climate with more than 300 days of sun it has an important production of citrus fruits and olives. The history of Sevilla dates back to the Tartessian civilization from the 9th century B.C. and has later been occupied by the Romans and the Moors . Many monuments from the different periods are still to be found all over Sevilla. Today Sevilla is a modern and dynamic city. SEVILLA CITY DESCRIPTION YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER MAX DAILY TEMPERATURE ºc JANUARY 15 FEBRUARY 17 MARCH 20 APRIL 24 MAY 27 JUNE 32 JULY 36 AUGUST 36 SEPTEMBER 32 OCTOBER 26 NOVEMBER 20 DECEMBER 16
  27. 27. SEVILLA AIRPORT CONNECTIONS YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER Air Berlin Air Europa Air Nostrum Andalus Líneas Aéreas Brussels Airlines Iberia Iberworld Malév Mexicana de Aviación Pluna Royal Air Maroc Ryanair SAS Spanair TAP Portugal Transavia.com TUIfly Vueling Airlines XL Airways France Seville airport is located about 10 Kilometres north east of the city, on the A4 (was NIV) motorway to Cordoba and Madrid at km 533. Seville Airport dates from 1914 when a permanent aerodrome was established on land used for an air show and for the first flight between Europe and Africa. The present terminal was opened in 1989. The architect Rafael Moneo designed the with three traditional components of Seville culture in mind: the mosque (vaulted arch concourse) , the palace (expansive blue tiled concourse) and the orange trees (in the airport grounds). In 2004 2.7 million passenger movements were recorded and increasing at a rate of about 15% per year. (Although 1992 recorded nearly 3 million). There is a half hourly bus service from 06.15 to 23.00 to the Santa Justa railway station in the centre of the city. Car Parking for 2000 cars is found directly opposite the terminal. There are no long term car parks or privately run off site parking facilities. Airlines
  28. 28. BILBAO CITY DESCRIPTION YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER The precise origins of Bilbao have not been determined. However, a settlement had already been established and had significantly developed on both banks of the &quot;ría del Nervión&quot; before it officially became a villa. At the beginning of the 20th century, Bilbao was the great economic icon of the Basque Country and amongst the most important cities in Spain. The urban and industrial landscapes would change to face rapid expansion, growing beyond the city's boundaries and reaching neighbouring towns on both sides of the ría del Nervión, thus forming today's Great Bilbao . After years of financial uncertainty, Bilbao has once again become a dynamic city, full of amenities and focused on environmental and urban regeneration . With its lands freed from the old industrial settlements, the city is now undergoing a new physical transformation, becoming more and more appealing to visitors. The Mediaive Guggenheim Museum and the Euskalduna Palace, a conference and music centre, have become the icons of the new Bilbao , a city that is gradually regaining space and handing it back to the people. MAX DAILY TEMPERATURE ºc JANUARY 13 FEBRUARY 15 MARCH 16 APRIL 17 MAY 20 JUNE 23 JULY 25 AUGUST 26 SEPTEMBER 24 OCTOBER 21 NOVEMBER 16 DECEMBER 14
  29. 29. BILBAO AIRPORT CONNECTIONS YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER Bilbao Airport is located at 12 km distance north of the capital of the province Vizcaya, in the municipal area of Loiu. Bilbao stands out with its good connections to the north of Spain: the A-8, which conncects Bilbao with Santander, to the east and with San Sebastián, Irún and France in the east; as well as the AP-68 which connects the city with Vitoria, Logroño, Zaragoza, Barcelona, Burgos and Madrid. Just like Bilbao itself, the airport of the city has been developing a lot in the past few years. In the year 2000 the new terminal, a design from the famous architect Santiago Calatrava, was opened. It represents a flying dove. The building has two levels. The Departures Hall is on the second level and the Arrivals Hall on the first. The number of passengers transported is growing so fast that the terminal will probably be amplified in a few years. Bilbao Airport connects the city with most major cities of Europe. As the most important airport of the Basque country and northern Spain, 3,888,969 passengers have been dispatched in 2010. Airlines Aer Lingus Air Berlin Air Europa Air France Air Nostrum Brussels Airlines Easyjet Iberia Lufthansa Luxair Orbest SAS Scandinavian Airlines System Swiftair Spanair TAP Portugal Vueling Airlines
  30. 30. The Costa del Sol came into being as an international tourism resort in the second half of the last century. That was a time when a few wealthy people in search of something different came to these shores, while at the same time, mass tourism began to change the coast from a fishing and farming-based rural community to what it is today. Malaga is more or less in the center of the province’s coastline, dividing it into the Eastern Costa del Sol and the Western Costa del Sol, the two areas that make up the whole. Malaga City is also the communications hub of the province. One of the main reasons that the Costa del Sol has become a major tourism destination is its Mediterranean climate, with good weather right through the year, and a mean temperature of 18 degrees. It is often said that the province of Malaga is a small continent . Exaggerated and somewhat pretentious as this might sound, there is an element of truth in it. The province of Malaga, although the smallest in Andalusia, measuring 7.272 square kilometers , is indeed a land of contrast . Mountains, sea, rural villages and sophisticated tourist resorts. It is all here, and with the most extensive network of hotels anywhere in Spain, enjoying the contrast is one of life’s rare pleasures COSTA DEL SOL DESCRIPTION YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER MAX DAILY TEMPERATURE ºc JANUARY 16 FEBRUARY 17 MARCH 19 APRIL 20 MAY 23 JUNE 27 JULY 29 AUGUST 29 SEPTEMBER 28 OCTOBER 23 NOVEMBER 19 DECEMBER 17
  31. 31. MALAGA AIRPORT CONNECTIONS YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER Aer Lingus Aeroflot Aigle Azur Air Berlin Air Europa Air Finland Air France Air Italy Air Mediterranee Air Nostrum Air Transat Alba Star Alitalia ArkeflyAstraeus. BBlue AirBmibaby British Airways Brussels Airlines. imber Sterling City Airlines Condor DDelta Airlines. Eeasyjet Easyjet Switzerland Enter Air Estonian Air Europe Airpost. Ffinnair Flybe GGermanwings Iiberia Iberworld/Orbest Icelandair Inaer Itali Airlines. JJet2.com Jet Time Jetairfly. KKhors Air . Llufthansa Luxair MMalev Hungarian Airlines Meridiana Fly Mistral Air Monarch Airlines NNiki Luftfahrt Norwegian Air Shuttle PPrimera Air Royal Air Maroc Ryanair SAS Saudi Arabien* Small Planet Airlines Spanair Swiftair Swiss International Air Lines. TTAP Portugal Thomas Cook Thomson Airways Transaero Transavia.com Travel Service Turkish Airlines. VVim Airlines* Vueling. WWizz Air Hungary. XXL Airways France A high percentage of the tourists coming to the Costa de Sol on holidays reach the area –the southernmost in the Iberian Peninsula– by plane. Their first contact with Malaga Province is, of course, its airport, Pablo Ruiz Picasso . Lying 8 kilometers away from Malaga City and 5 from Torremolinos, Pablo Ruiz Picasso Airport is home to 80 international airlines connecting Malaga to the main cities in Spain, Europe, Northern Africa, and North America . Those cities where no direct flights to Malaga are served use the airports in Madrid or Barcelona to make flight connections and thus reach the Costa del Sol. Once in the airport, travelers can choose among various means of transport to get to their destination. Taxis, private cars, buses and train are available. Please visit www.aena.es to view which airlines fly direct to Malaga. Airlines
  32. 32. BALEARES ISLANDS DESCRIPTION YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER The main islands of the autonomous are Majorca (Mallorca), Menorca (Menorca ), Ibiza (Eivissa) and Formentera , all of which are popular tourist destinations. Among the minor islands is Cabrera, which is the location of the Parc Nacional de l'Arxipèlag de Cabrera . Palma is an easy accessible city, where everything is close by a city that is alive, in constant evolution and development. Palma is fully aware of its role as the driving force of the Balearic economy. It is well-equipped with venues for the celebration of congresses and conventions, with technological parks, with large rooms in auditoriums, hotels and with centres designed for business meetings . Palma offers a considerable variety of select restaurants and locals to make business meetings more pleasant ; together with the sea and the city's culture, working in Palma is a pleasure too. Palma still benefits from its strategic location in the Mediterranean. Nowadays, the improved communication network by air and by sea have turned Palma into an easily accessible city. Its modern airport, with over 30 operating airlines, is one of the airports with the highest passenger traffic in Europe: approximately 20 million per year. The communications by sea are fluent, connecting the city with the remaining Balearic Islands, Barcelona, Valencia and other Mediterranean cities. Palma is close to you. MAX DAILY TEMPERATURE ºc JANUARY 19 FEBRUARY 17 MARCH 25 APRIL 22 MAY 23 JUNE 30 JULY 35 AUGUST 38 SEPTEMBER 28 OCTOBER 23 NOVEMBER 19 DECEMBER 17
  33. 33. CANARIAS ISLANDS DESCRIPTION YOU DREAM… WE DELIVER Also known as the Canaries are a Spanish archipelago located just off the northwest coast of mainland Africa, 100 km west of the border between Morocco and the Western Sahara. The Canaries are a Spanish autonomous community and an outermost region of the European Union. The islands include (from largest to smallest): Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, La Palma, La Gomera, El Hierro, and the islets La Graciosa, Alegranza, Montaña Clara, Roque del Este, Roque del Oeste and Isla de Lobos . The archipelago's beaches, climate and important natural attractions, especially Teide National Park and Mount Teide (the third largest volcano in the world), make it a major tourist destination, with over 12 million visitors per year, especially Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote Gran Canaria offers meeting planners, incentive travel fairs and a sea of ​​possibilities for your event, an island of good weather. Haul, with good communications, modern infrastructure and a varied and attractive landscape. One of the most traditional tourist destinations in the European area, with extensive organizational experience. MAX DAILY TEMPERATURE ºc JANUARY 19 FEBRUARY 17 MARCH 25 APRIL 22 MAY 23 JUNE 30 JULY 35 AUGUST 38 SEPTEMBER 28 OCTOBER 23 NOVEMBER 19 DECEMBER 17