All inclusive is the cheapest option in Majorca.

20-08-2010S.G. CA

London.—Couples and families could save money by booking holidays on a bed and breakfast basis rather than going all inclusive in several popular European resorts this summer.
These include the Spanish Costas, the Algarve in Portugal, Ayia Napa in Cyprus and Sunny Beach in Bulgaria.
Majorca was the only destination where the all inclusive cost was lower, Post Office Travel Money found.
A July B&B package including meals and drinks for two people in the Algarve was £309 cheaper than a week’s all inclusive holiday - £863 compared with £1,172 for two people.
Savings for families in August were greater. A family of four could save themselves £342 by taking the B&B option in Ayia Napa for a week during the school holidays - £2,290 for a B&B break compared with £2,632.
Similarly, in the Costa del Sol families could save themselves almost £293 £1,476 for B&B; £1,769 for all inclusive, the research found.
Andrew Brown of Post Office Travel Money said: “We found that twice as many holidaymakers had been on a European all inclusive trip than on a long haul one.


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