So, you’ve decided to take a well-earned holiday. You’ve filled in a holiday request form at work and your manager has signed it off. Your partner has done the same. Now, what kind of holiday do you want?This is now a bigger question than where do you want to go, and will define your holiday more clearly.
If you want to switch off and totally relax and think about nothing, perhaps an all-inclusive flight and resort package is what you need.If you want a bit of adventure or culture, but don’t want to organise anything yourself or do any driving, then perhaps you should join a tour.If you want to see the sights and stay in a few different places, really getting to know the country and area you are visiting, then you probably need to go it alone. Get yourself a guide book, a rental car and begin to plan your journey.
But, if you want to do a bit of everything, and you don’t want to stay in a hotel or feel like a tourist, then maybe you should consider villa rentals.Choosing villa rentals gives you the opportunity to enjoy your holiday accommodation without feeling like you are giving up on anything. You can still cook for yourself, wash clothes, watch television and lie around the pool. You can still enjoy local culture and community by wandering or driving into the nearest town or village. You can take day trips if you feel adventurous, or stay at home and do nothing if you feel lazy.
Probably the best thing about taking the villa rentals holiday option is that it gives you a chance to really live in a place. Many of the holiday villa rentals are owned by local people, so your neighbours may well be local, and you are likely to be situated near some local amenities.Don’t worry about the standard of accommodation. By and large, holiday villa rentals usually turn out to be better than your home at home. You may never want to leave!