Travel Supermarket Cheapest All Inclusive Holidays

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The cheapest all-inclusive holiday destinations this summer are…

Picture yourself by the pool. It’s 28C and you’re sipping your second ice-cold beer – or was it your third? No worries, it’s all paid for already anyway.
You congratulate yourself quietly: what a good decision it was to go-all-inclusive this year.

1. Lloret de Mar, Costa Brava, Spain

Lloret de Mar, Costa Brava, Spain

Lloret de Mar, on Spain’s sunny Costa Brava, is always a good bet for an all-inclusive break. Besides the cheap prices (all-inclusive packages are 4% lower than last year), its long, Blue Flag beach and splendid hilltop castle are ideal for days out, while the Iglesia de Sant Roma is one of the finest examples of Catalan Gothic architecture in the region.

From May through to September you’re pretty much guaranteed good weather, with a warm Mediterranean climate and plenty of sunshine. Whether you’re lazing by the pool, strolling through the serene Jardins de Santa Clotilde or exploring smaller beaches, such as Fenals and Sa Caleta, Lloret de Mar offers a good mix of affordable activities to complement your all-inclusive fun.

2. Alanya, Turkey

Alanya, Turkey

There’s no denying that Turkey has had it tough of late, but 2018 looks set to be the country’s comeback year. In fact, searches for seven-night holidays on TravelSupermarket  are up 79% compared to last year, making it one of the most popular destinations for this summer.

For all-inclusive breaks, Alanya, in the Antalya region, offers the cheapest deals for Brits seeking a bit of Turkish delight. As part of the Turkish Riviera, you can expect long, wide beaches (for example Kleopatra Beach is named after the Egyptian queen who is said to have swam here), Mediterranean weather, clear water and plenty of culture and history – such as the imposing Alanya Castle which dates back to the 13th century.

3. Salou, Costa Dorada, Spain

Salou, Costa Dorada, Spain

Another classic Spanish resort offering excellent value for money, all-inclusive deals to Salou are 5% cheaper than they were in 2017 on TravelSupermarket. A mainstay on the Costa Dorada, Salou has the beaches, the water sports and the weather you’d expect of a popular Spanish resort.

If you fancy seeing Salou’s coastline beyond the beach, a coastal path spans for 6.5 km from Pilons to Cape Salou taking in secluded beaches and craggy coves along the way.  Nearby PortAventura World, offers Ferrari Land, and water park fun for days out from your hotel making it ideal for a break with the kids too.

4. Malia, Crete

Malia, Crete

Last year, it was all about Rhodes on TravelSupermarket. But, this summer, Malia, on the island of Crete, is stealing the limelight with its super low all-inclusive prices. Package prices have dropped by a whopping 13% on our site, making Malia one of the best-value destinations for a Greek all-inclusive holiday.

Malia, best known for its pulsating nightlife and glorious beaches, also has its fair share of culture and history – the nearby Minoan palace ruins date back to 2000-1900 BC – and in recent years the resort town has made a concerted effort to shift its legendary party reputation in favour of calmer, quieter holidays.

5. Bodrum, Turkey

Bodrum, Turkey

There has been a 46% increase in Brits looking to holiday in or near to Bodrum in summer 2018 on TravelSupermarket, further confirming that Turkey is back on the table for Brits this year.

With its glistening twin bays, marvellous castle and stylish nightlife, Bodrum is a true jewel of the Aegean, with multiple brilliant beaches – Gumbet, Akyarlar, and Bitez, to name a few – and historical clout (it’s home the remains of Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, one of the ancient wonders of the world), setting it out above your average coastal resort.

6. Magaluf, Majorca, Spain

Magaluf, Majorca, Spain

Magaluf might have a party reputation – the Balearic beach town is popular with 18 – 30s seeking cheap booze, cheap sun and cheap fun – but there’s plenty of other things to enjoy, not least its beaches. On the party front, Majorcan authorities have taken steps to reign in Magaluf’s party crown in recent years, so it’s not as wild as it once was.

If you’re just looking for a pool to flop next to for a week, it still offers great value and good weather.

Go early June or late September to get the best deals and avoid the worst of the crowds.

7. Sunny Beach, Bulgaria

Sunny Beach, Bulgaria

Sunny Beach was the seventh cheapest resort for an all-inclusive holiday this summer on TravelSupermarket. At this Black Sea resort you get lots of sun, a long, sandy beach and low, low prices. Bulgaria is incredibly cheap anyway, but if you go all-inclusive and factor all your costs in before your holiday, you really are likely tosave a packet.

The resort itself is simple, but pleasant with a lovely, long (6 miles) beachfront, plenty of nightlife and a couple of nice, historic day trip options nearby – the ancient town of Nessebar is a must.  And it seems more and more tourists are turning to Bulgaria for a holiday, with the Balkan nation welcoming record numbers in 2017.


8. Marmaris, Turkey

Marmaris, Turkey

Marmaris, on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast, is known for its lively nightlife – its main strip Bar Street, leaves little to the imagination. That said, if you’re after a week of all-inclusive sun by the pool, you can’t really go wrong with Marmaris.

There are a couple of really nice beaches in the town and from the pretty harbour you can take a cruise to nearby Fethiye and the sparkling waters of the Blue Lagoon.

If you’re feeling particularly adventurous, you could use that money you’ve saved by going all-inclusive on a scuba diving trip – the waters around Marmaris are incredibly clear.


9. Agadir, Morocco

Agadir Morocco

With a big sweeping beach and relaxed attitude, Agadir is Morocco’s premier package holiday destination. Its resort area was completely rebuilt in the 1960s following an earthquake and, while it looks a bit dated now, it still ticks all the package boxes.  Plus it’s cheap – the price of an all-inclusive holiday has dropped by 13% on TravelSupermarket compared to last year.

Like Bulgaria and Turkey, Morocco is outside the eurozone and the cost of living is very cheap, meaning souvenirs should be a snip. It also gets 300 days of sunshine a year but the Atlantic sea breeze keeps the temperature on the enjoyable side.


Agadir, Morocco from £347pp

Flights from London | Departing July 7


7 nights | 2 adults


10. Puerto Rico, Gran Canaria, Spain

Gran Canaria beach

Puerto Rico on Gran Canaria’s south-west coast is ideal for a short, relaxing all-inclusive holiday. Sheltered by volcanic cliffs, the town is compact and easy to get around, with two sandy beaches to choose from (Playa de Amadores and Playa de Puerto Rico).

No matter when you go over summer, you’ll pretty much be guaranteed good weather – from May to September, average temperatures don’t dip below the 20s.Meanwhile, Maspalomas, with its desert-like coastal dunes and nature reserve, is close by for a day trip.

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