The cheapest beach resorts in Europe have been revealed by the new Post Office study with the favorites of British Turkish, Spanish and Greek topping the list.
A report revealed that families heading to European beach resorts can expect to see their weight last more than two-thirds of the surveyed destinations to compare costs. Annual of the Beach Barometer.
This suggests that prices for 13 household items will be up to 36% cheaper than in July last year, although consumer research shows an increase in spending on meals and drinks and beach items. of children can wipe out some of those benefits.
After comparing the costs in 15 popular resorts in Europe, Post researchers found prices have fallen since last July in Turkey, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, and the Balearic Islands in Spain, South France, and Italy.
Local prices fell and the dollar value increased against the euro and other European currencies during the year increased for British tourists.
Marmaris in Turkey offers the cheapest price, with a bucket and only costs 82p, an 11,42 pound jar and a glass of 2.29 lbs. In total, prices fell 36 percent to £ 79.81 but with a large drop in the value of the Turkish lira to sterling, Marmaris made bargain purchases this summer.
In second place was Sunny Beach Bulgaria, where prices fell 4.4% to £ 83.99. The Black Sea resort offers so far the cheapest family meal at £ 33.69 for two adults and two children. This is half the cost of nine other destinations including Majorca, Algarve, and Ibiza.
The cheapest beach resort in Europe
1. Marmaris, Turkey
2. Sunny Beach, Bulgaria
3. Costa del Sol, Spain
4. Crete, Greece
5. Corfu, Greece
6. Paphos, Cyprus
7. Algarve, Portugal
8. Porec, Croatia
9. Sliema, Malta
10. Palma Nova, Mallorca
11. Limassol, Cyprus
12. Zadar, Croatia
13. Nice, France
14. Ibiza town, Ibiza
15. Sorrento, Italy