Manos introduces remote resorts to beat mass-market rivals

Manos introduces remote resorts to beat mass-market rivals

MANOS Holidays has increased its presence in the non-commercial areas of Greece as it looks to further differentiate itself from its mass-market rivals.

The operator has added 12 new resorts to its main edition summer 2000 programme and is featuring the small islands of Ithaca, Skyros and Spetses for the first time in its brochure.

The increase in capacity in Greece has offset the slight decline in Turkey.

Although sales director Savo Pejovic said the destination is starting to improve after the recent troubles.

“We have expanded into some areas of Greece where the major operators would not even dream of going to,” said Pejovic. “Some of the new resorts are so remote that even I have barely heard of them.”

The new resorts are in Crete, Lesvos, Rhodes, Zakynthos and Corfu.

More villas have been introduced into Zakynthos and Corfu following demand, added Pejovic.

Prices lead in at £214 for six people sharing a three-bedroom villa for seven nights in Nissaki in Corfu.


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