Cheapest all-inclusive holiday destination for Brits revealed – and it’s NOT Spain or Turkey

The cheapest all-inclusive holiday destinations for Brits planning a trip this year have been revealed.

And surprisingly, neither Spain nor Turkey often have the most bargains.


A vacation hotspot that isn’t in Spain and Turkey has been revealed as the cheapest for all-inclusive staysCredit: Alamy

The study, conducted by Savoo, found that the cheapest vacation hotspot was Agadir in Morocco.

The research analyzed the cost of all-inclusive packages with return flights and seven days during the summer period.

Agadir came in at just £490pp for the holiday week.

This beat Costa Brava (£546), Istanbul (£549), Sorrento (£593) and Fuerteventura (£612).

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Places to avoid? Avoid the Maldives if you’re looking for a bargain, with a whopping £2,244 on average.

Bali (£2,412), Phuket (£1,421) and Kos (£984) were also among the most expensive stays.

We’ve got you covered if you’re looking for a cheap all-inclusive deal this summer.

Here are some of the best all-inclusive vacations in August from £62 pp per night or adult-only all-inclusive packages in September from £40 pp per night.

Or if you’re looking for a particular destination, all-inclusive stays at hotels with water parks in Turkey from £68 pp per night or in the Canary Islands from £43 pp per night.

One destination that is often considered the cheapest for Brits is Sunny Beach in Bulgaria.

Here are the best deals to the hotspot from £42 a night next month.

And we’ve told you how to save money on your next all-inclusive vacation if you’re heading abroad this summer with the family.

Deals from Agadir averaged £490 including flights and hotels


Deals from Agadir averaged £490 including flights and hotelsCredit: Getty – Contributor