We don’t want you to break the bank just to have a holiday. In fact, it doesn’t matter whether you are looking for a city break, a family beach holiday or a long haul luxury destination, we want you to find the best deal that’s amazing value for money. So if you’re not sure which countries offer cheap all inclusive holidays then you’re in for a treat, we’ve got everything you need to know right here.
So, let’s take a look at the cheap holiday destinations for 2016.
Flight Duration – 3 Hours 20 Minutes
Located in Eastern Europe, Bulgaria is a top destination if you are looking for a bargain break. It’s incredibly cheap to eat out, so if you prefer a Self Catering holiday, Bulgaria could be the place for you.
Sunny Beach is Bulgaria’s busiest resort and has a huge stretch of soft sands as well as a busy promenade packed with bars and restaurants.
Nessebar is located on the edge of Sunny Beach and has the best of both worlds. The old town is packed with cobbled streets and history, whereas the new town is modern in comparison.
Costa Dorada, Spain
Flight Duration – 2 Hours 10 Minutes
Nestled along Spain’s Mediterranean Coast you will find bustling Costa Dorada. With endless beaches and a whole load of attractions, it’s a great destination for families.
Salou, also known as the Gold Coast, is in the heart of this sunny Spanish destination and is home to the action packed theme park PortAventura. Barcelona’s very accessible from Costa Dorada and makes a great day out for all the family.
Cambrils is foremost a fishing village and although it has grown over the years, it has still managed to keep its old town charm. The beach is a generous nine kilometres long and is a great spot to soak up that Mediterranean sun.
Flight Duration – 1 Hour 50 Minutes
If you prefer a short flight, Costa Brava is the destination for you. Here you can find a good mix of busy towns and peaceful villages.
Tossa de Mar
Tossa de Mar’s medieval castle is pretty impressive perched overlooking the sea. Friendly bars, cobbled streets, market stalls and hidden coves are just a few of the things for you to discover.
Pineda is a pretty seaside town and serves up a good helping of sandy beaches for those lazy days. Evenings centre around the main square, which offers a good selection of shops bars and restaurants.
Flight Duration – 3 Hours 30 Minutes
If you fancy a trip to Greece, the island of Corfu often comes out on top as the cheapest and serves up a great selection of both busy and tranquil resorts to suit your taste.
Acharavi is one of Corfu’s livelier resorts and is located on Corfu’s northern tip. You will find all the amenities of a modern town, plenty bars and restaurants and a stretch of sandy beach, great for lazy days.
Escape to Glyfada if you want a really peaceful break. Countryside walks are really popular in this area, and when night falls, head to one of the local tavernas.
Flying Duration – 2 Hours 50 Minutes
Nestled in Italy’s Neapolitan Riviera, Sorrento has been dishing up some top deals lately. Although not big on sandy beaches, bathing platforms are available along the coast giving you easy access to the sea. If you like shopping, Sorrento is packed with designer boutiques.
Flying Duration – 4 Hours 20 Minutes
The volcanic island of La Palma is the quietest of the Canary Islands and because of this, its managed to keep hold of its traditional charm. All of the buildings are low rise, offering you uninterrupted views of the lush green landscape.
Flying Duration – 9 Hours
If you prefer to travel a little further afield, and fancy a spot of sunbathing on a Caribbean beach, the Dominican Republic needs no introduction and could be your answer for a budget break in the Caribbean.
Bahia Maimon is located on the north coast and is a relatively quiet resort, however lively Puerto Plata is only a fifteen minute drive away, and is packed with bars, restaurants and ample shops for your souvenirs.
Where will 2016 take you?