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20% discounts at Tugasa hotels are extended

AlcázarCastillo (Agencies) Turismo Gaditano S.A. (Tugasa in its Spanish acronym), which depends on the province of Cádiz government, is to continue offering a 20% discount for staying two or more nights at all the establishments in its network until September 30th.>

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT ITEMS SUCH AS THIS MAY BE SUBJECT TO SUBSCRIPTION IN THE FUTURE. Please click here for more information. (This item was translated)

A communiqué from the provincial authorities said that the offer is available to clients of the following establishments: ‘Villa Algar’, Algar; ‘Las Truchas’, El Bosque; ‘Villa Turística’, Grazalema, ‘Sierra y Cal’, Medina Sidonia and Olvera; ‘El Almendral’,  Setenil; ‘Hotel-Convento San Francisco, Vejer; ‘La Posada’, Villaluenga; ‘Arco de la Villa’, Zahara de la Sierra and at ‘El Alcázar’, in Castellar (photo).

Tugasa is also diversifying its offer to include available apartments at Grazalema and Villaluenga del Rosario, as well as casas rurales (houses) within the castle at Castellar.

The price for a double room at most Tugasa hotels is €59. Equally, having applied the 20% discount at houses or apartments in Villaluenga, Grazalema and Castellar will range between €40 and €118 depending on their total capacity.

The incentive is applied only to two consecutive nights at half board at the same establishment. It is not accumulative to other special offers or discounts.


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