It is that time of year people of Putney and Southfields are seeking solace from the harsh British winter and looking for somewhere warmer to take a break. Elite Car Service offer superb minicab taxi airport transfers to Gatwick airport.
Our local and knowledgeable drivers will get you to Gatwick well in time for your flight, and on your return they will be waiting at arrivals to take you and your luggage safely home.
Winter breaks from Gatwick are many and diverse, and some of the options are:
The largest island in the Balearic Islands and only a two hour flight from Gatwick is Majorca. Well known for its beaches and lively entertainment, Majorca has much more to offer than sun, sea and sand.
This are some great places to experience in Majorca with a recent development of some really stunning rural hotels to stay at. These afford great places where to base yourself whilst you visit the sublime interior countryside.
Try taking the old wooden train to Soller, or Robert Graves’ House in Deia, if you like wine then head over to Bibissalem in the northeast of the island to visit some great wineries.
Although subject to some recent safety concerns, Tunisia remains a place full of diversity and packed to the brim with natural beauty. This small part of North Africa can be great for a beach holiday but beyond the coast lays a hinterland of thrilling things to do and see.
A great day out is to visit ancient Carthage, with plenty of its Roman and Punic heritage on display. From Roman bath houses, basilicas, cisterns and the fantastic Carthage Museum.
Tunis is as cosmopolitan as can be, and after the recent political developments it is rapidly regaining its reputation as a must-see place.
Cape Verde comprises of ten floating isles in the Atlantic Ocean, fairly new to holiday makers it is a puzzle why this perfect destination has not hit the tourist circuit earlier.
The beauty of Cape Verde is it is only a couple of hours longer on a plane than the Canaries yet has an all year round temperate climate never going below 20 degrees Centigrade, with a high of 30 degrees.
Cape Verde was uninhabited until the Portuguese discovered it in the mid 14th Century. Some of the beaches are superb and the volcanic landscape is quite breathtaking, some tourists take to island hopping and make a two or three island break.
Cape Verde is also ideal for sailors to navigate around the different isles, and has been described as an alternative to the Caribbean. A couple of the isles are only accessible by boat, and in fact due to inclement wind conditions a couple of islands have runways but no planes.
If any of these destinations whet your whistle and you fancy visiting, then why not book your gatwick air transfer from Putney today. Contact Elite Car Service and secure your own private minicab and then just sit back and relax to think your well earned holiday.