It’s that time of year where summer events and activities for young and old alike are being planned right across the country. Now all we need is a bit of nice weather. Let’s face it as much as we love our emerald isle, the one thing that does tend to cause a little disruption to many people’s summer activity plans is our old friend the weather. Latest Met Eireann reports show average temperatures for June to date currently well down on the norm with rainfall levels well up for most parts of the country.
Unsurprisingly, the performance of most Irish travel agents tends to be linked to our weather at home and the recent spell of poor weather has led to an increase in demand for holidays. Award winning Irish travel firm GoHop.ie has witnessed a significant spike in consumer demand in recent weeks with many customers listing the bad weather at home as their main reason for booking.
GoHop.ie claim that popular European holiday hotspots such as The Algarve, Fuerteventura, Malaga & Majorca are featuring prominently on consumers wish lists.
Some of the great value deals currently available with GoHop.ie include:
All offers are correct at time of publication & subject to availability. Prices quoted are for 1 week & all properties featured are 3* & include all taxes plus direct return flights from Dublin. Flights from Cork and Shannon may also be available on alternative dates. Optional baggage & transfers are extra. Terms & conditions apply.
GoHop.ie is now considered one of the most popular holiday websites in Ireland. Irish owned and managed, the brand continues to broaden its appeal to holiday consumers’ offering great value holidays to suit every budget at some of the best prices on the market with flights from Dublin, Cork, Shannon and Knock airports. The company boasts over 47,000 followers on Facebook and enjoys a Feefo rating of 4.75. Consumers can sign up to the GoHop weekly newsletter to ensure they are kept up to date with unbeatable worldwide holiday deals, product updates and holiday competitions.
Further info contact Clem Walshe on (086) 243 7814
Website: GoHop.ie or call (01) – 241 2389