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On the shore of the Atlantic, Agadir in Morocco is the cheapest destination this summer for an all-inclusive Moroccan getaway costing just £490 on average pp.

Savoo has analysed the cost of an all-inclusive holiday per person across 46 popular destinations to determine the top locations for your budget this summer. Analysing the number of all-inclusive hotels in the area as well as average reviews, the study also shows where you’ll get the best value for money. You can view the full study here.

All-inclusive packages are one of the most popular types of holidays Britons enjoy going on, with food, drink and additional extras at your fingertips whilst relaxing abroad. Whilst this form of package holiday can ease money stresses when on holiday, it can be a challenge to find the best deal that doesn’t break the bank.

The top 10 cheapest destinations for an all-inclusive holiday

Cheapest 

Destination

Country

Cost per person

1

Agadir

Morocco

£490

2

Costa Brava

Spain

£546

3

Istanbul

Turkey

£559

4

Sorrento

Italy

£593

5

Fuerteventura

Canary Islands

£612

6

Madeira

Portugal

£630

7

Marrakech

Morocco

£645

8

Gran Canaria

Spain

£659

9

Majorca

Balearic Islands

£696

10

Antalya

Turkey

£700

Looking at all-inclusive packages (flights included) for a seven day trip in July 2022, the top 10 cheapest destinations range from Turkey to Morocco.

Agadir, Morocco crowned the cheapest all-inclusive destination in 2022
On the shore of the Atlantic, Agadir in Morocco is the cheapest destination this summer for an all-inclusive Moroccan getaway costing just £490 on average pp. With beaches close by and an average temperature of 26 degrees Celsius in July, the coastal city is a must-go-to destination if you want to enjoy your 2022 summer holiday on a budget.

Costa Brava, Spain and Istanbul, Turkey rank as the second and third most affordable all-inclusive destinations, with a respective average total price of £546 and £559 pp. Sorrento, Italy features fourth at £593, whilst Portugal’s Madeira also makes the top 10 list at £630 pp. 

On the other end of the scale, Peru comes out as the most expensive, with an all-inclusive trip costing £4,556 pp, over nine times more pricey than Agadir (£490). Interestingly, Pula in Croatia, is the most expensive all-inclusive destination in Europe costing £3,127 pp. 

Sal, Cap Verde crowned as the best value all-inclusive destination
Online reviews can play a pivotal role in your likelihood to book a holiday. With this in mind, Savoo has also analysed destinations by the cost of each deal and average reviews on Booking.com from holidaymakers, to determine the locations you’ll secure the best value for money in.

Best value

Destination

Country

All-inclusive Cost

Avg. review score

1

Sal

Cape Verde

£920

89

2

Antalya

Turkey

£700

87

3

North Male Atoll

Maldives

£2,244

94

4

Hurghada

Egypt

£887

87

5

Madeira

Portugal

£630

86

6

Corfu

Greece

£705

86

7

Crete

Greece

£802

86

8

Rhodes

Greece

£781

86

9

Marrakech

Morocco

£645

85

10

Istanbul

Turkey

£559

84

Ranking at the top, Sal in Cape Verde offers travellers the best value for an all-inclusive trip, costing £920 per person with an average review score of 89/100.

Coming in second place is Antalya in Turkey, which also ranks as the 10th cheapest location with an all-inclusive cost averaging at just under £700 pp. One of Turkey’s biggest resort cities, holidaymakers have a choice of over 700 all-inclusive spots. 

Pula, Croatia not only ranks as the most expensive all-inclusive location in Europe, but also the worst value for money, with just one offer of an all-inclusive and no reviews available.  

With this study in mind, where will you be going for your next all-inclusive holiday?

Ed Fleming, Managing Director at Savoo comments: “With many individuals looking to go abroad this summer, whilst also looking to avoid breaking the bank in light of the cost-of-living crisis, seeking the best deal is crucial to reducing any financial stress when booking a holiday this year.

Identifying the most important features you want included in your holiday, checking reviews and carefully looking at what is included are just some ways to help you make the right choice. With the opportunity to still save for the summer months, exploring money-saving techniques will help prepare you for your trip, from reviewing any monthly outgoings that can be cancelled to utilising voucher deals.”

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