Hooley in the Sun 2018

Well I can’t wait to tell you of the exciting trip that lies ahead “The Hooley in the Sun” from 22nd to 29th September 2018.

Just what we’ve all been waiting for – a lifetime trip to the Continent for a “Hooley in The Sun”. A week of top class entertainment is guaranteed. We’ll be staying in the in the fabulous 4 star PUERTO ANTILLA GRAND HOTEL in COSTA DE LA LUZ, HUELVA, SPAIN.

Only €925 + taxes per person sharing (Single Supplement Applies).

Price includes:

Flights, transfers from and to the airport and to hotel, accommodation, entertainment at all shows day and night, breakfast and evening dinner at the stunning Puerto Antilla Grand Hotel.

Book Your Place

To secure your place with us, please contact Mary or Martin at:

DEMPSEY’S TRAVEL
Market Square, Trim, Co. Meath
Phone: 046 9431322 or
Email: mary@dempseys.ie

Joining Declan for this Year’s Hooley

  • Philomena Begley
  • Hugo Duncan
  • Brendan Shine
  • Patrick Feeney
  • Paddy O’Brien
  • Dominic Kirwan
  • Barry Kirwan
  • Mick Flavin
  • John McNicholl
  • Frank Forde
  • Garry Gamble
  • Sean Wilson
  • Cliona Hagan
  • Gerry Guthrie
  • Stuart Myles
  • Shunie Crampsie
  • Seamus Moore
  • Mary Darcy
  • Gerry Keenan

Win Your Money Back!

If you book this Hooley before 29th April you will be entered in a draw with a chance to win your Money Back!
Draw takes place on 30th April 2018.

Just got back from Santa Ponsa and the "Hooley in the Sun" what a fantastic week. The line up of guests were top class and of course Declan and the Hooley Band were as always brilliant. Keep up the good work Declan hope to see you again next year.

Sheila & MalcolmBlagdon Nr Bristol

Thanks for a fantastic Hooley in Santa Ponsa. Everything as usual was first class, all involved are so professional which makes it the best overseas event by a mile.

Martin and MaryCarlow

Just back from the Hooley in the Sun and what a great time we had.

Kieran and MaryWalkinstown, Dublin

Just home from the Hooley - it was a brilliant week. The music and craic was 90 and all involved should be very proud of themselves.

MickyIsle of Man