GOING on holiday is all about over-indulging in sun, snacks and sangria, which often leaves us with a gaping hole in the bank account.
But all-inclusive vacations don’t have to be expensive – there is a way to have a week’s holiday for less than £300 per person this summer.
The holiday price comparison site, TravelSupermarket.com has worked out which holiday hot spots offer the best value all-inclusive deals, despite the plunging value of the pound over the last 12 months.
Many Brits are protecting themselves against volatile exchange rates this summer by booking holidays where food and drink is paid for upfront – and in some cases, going all-inclusive is only a matter of around £4-10 extra a day.
For example, comparing prices across the market in Rhodes, Greece, you can self-cater in June or September from £205 per person for a week or go all-inclusive from £254 per person – £7 extra per day.
According to the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA), one in four families want an all-inclusive package this year compared to less than one in five last year.
With Tunisia and direct flights to Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt currently ruled out, Brits are seeking alternative good-value destinations, so where can you go to get the best bang for your buck?
Holiday prices are really low in many tourist spots this year, particularly in Eastern Med resorts like Turkey, Mainland Greece and the Greek Islands, as resorts compete to attract British tourists back.