With OLIMAR nonstop to Porto Santo
This summer, Cologne Bonn Airport has a real insider tip on offer: as of May, travel provider OLIMAR will be offering a weekly flight – every Saturday – to Porto Santo nonstop. The small Portuguese island is located about 42 km northeast of Madeira and is regarded as its sister island. The weekly full charter flights are operated by Eurowings.
"We are delighted about this individual, rather uncommon destination in our flight plan. With OLIMAR, passengers from Cologne/Bonn can go on holiday knowing they'll be well cared for and comfortable," says Johan Vanneste, CEO of Flughafen Köln/Bonn GmbH.
Porto Santo, also known as the Golden Island, is popular with travellers particularly because of its 9 km long, golden sandy beach on its south coast. The rough hinterland also attracts active travellers, such as hikers, but golfers will also find some attractive opportunities here far away from any mass tourism.
The new destination from travel provider OLIMAR is now being offered as a package that includes a four-star hotel from €549 for seven days. Combinations with Madeira are also possible. For children, OLIMAR offers a fixed price from €349.
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OLIMAR Reisen has been the specialist travel company for Portugal as well as for the southern European destinations of Spain, Italy and Croatia and the Cape Verde Islands since 1972. Whether tours or theme holidays, city trips or beach holidays, offers for couples, families, lovers of culture, active holidaymakers, golfers or gourmets, OLIMAR develops, with a great deal of personal commitment and a high standard of quality, a special selection of individual trips with flexible bookability and a competent service. Bookable in all good travel agencies and on olimar.de.
Cologne Bonn Airport is one of the most important commercial airports in Germany. Every year, 12.96 million passengers (2018) take off or land at the Airport, which ranks sixth in Germany. Over 30 airlines fly from here to around 140 destinations. Cologne Bonn Airport is also one of the largest airports in the cargo business: with 860,000 tons of air cargo (2018), it ranks third in Germany and is among the top ten in Europe.