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Gran Canaria and Sunway Host Top Agents

Gran Canaria and Sunway Host Top Agents

More than 80,000 Irish visitors flew to the sunshine island of Gran Canaria last year, according to Katerina Bomshtein, Gran Canaria Tourism, who was speaking at a lunch for top agents, hosted in association with  Sunway. The lunch was held in the Amuse Restaurant, which is enjoying a growing reputation for really fine food.

Ken Masterson from Skytours and Deirdre  Sweeny,Sunway were at the luncn.

Ken Masterson, Skytours, and Deirdre Sweeny, Sunway, at the Gran Canaria lunch

Gran Canaria is truly a “miniature continent”in its own right, a unique feature of the island that has led to UNESCO declaring more than 40% of it a World Biosphere Reserve.

Karen vcvcvcv from Just Susan and Jim Vaughan from Just Split at the Gran Canaria event.

Lorraine Kenny, Ask Susan, and Jim Vaughan, JustSplit.com

The island is a great golf destination with eight superb golf courses, all within a 50km radius of one another. Add in fine weather 365 days a year and it becomes a golfer’s paradise.

Richard Cullen from Killiney  Travel receives his prize from Mbcbccb ,Sunway and Katerina Bomshtein,Gran Canaria Tourist Board.

Richard Cullen, Killiney Travel, receives his prize from Anita Kelly, Sunway, and Katerina Bomshtein, Gran Canaria Tourist Board

The lucky winner of two tickets and seven days’ hotel accommodation was the ebullient Richard Cullen from Killiney Travel.

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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