Ladies, if you’re anything like me, as soon as there is a glimmer of sunshine you're looking to book an amazing summer holiday. I love an excuse to find a smoking hot bikini to wear on the beach and I’m sure you will agree, there is no better feeling than flaunting your MYA boobs in a bikini in the sunshine. Then reality sets in, you're not exactly on a Kardashian wage (yet) so that dream holiday destination needs to be somewhere stunning yet affordable, with spare spends for a summer wardrobe, obviously.
Well I might just have the answer for you all right here. Check out my top 10 most affordable holiday destinations. I think you will all agree the views look stunning!
Top 10 Affordable Holiday Destinations
Dalaman in Turkey is unbelievably stunning. You can see turtles, the interesting culture or simply sunbathe on beautiful beaches all from £165*. Food and drink will set you back a mere £10-£20 per day if you dine at local family run bars and restaurants (they have the best food anyway). Don’t forget your bikini and sun tan lotion for this break as the temperatures can reach the scoring 34 degrees in peak season.
Bucharest is located in Romania and you can see all the amazing history and culture of the city all year round from £190*. The average cost per day to drink and dine is £10-£20 but the price can rise if you eat out close to popular tourist attractions. Remember to wrap up here in the winter months, so unfortunately your MYA boobs might have to be a little covered up…unless you’re brave!
You can experience Budapest from all areas from walking along the stunning river to bathing in the local thermal baths, starting from £250*. The average cost per day for food and drink will set you back around £15-£25 but TripAdvisor will be your best friend when it comes to finding the best restaurants and bars that suit your mood. The famous thermal baths even host evening parties so be sure to check out what's on prior to booking your trip, think bikini's, music, hot baths and lots of fun.
Why not visit the idyllic Greek island, Crete? See the stunning views from the top of the rocky landscapes or from the barefooted stroll along the sandy beaches. Prices start from £325* with an average daily cost of £20-£30. What's not to love, sun, sea and sangria!
Rabat is home to those 5-star hotels for a fraction of the cost of anywhere else. So if it's down your street to be va-caying in luxury, Rabat's for you. The starting price is £370* and you can spend £10-£20 per day here. Make sure you take clothes to cover up and respect the culture when out and about visiting local markets or historic sites of worship. Booking a camel-back ride in the desert is a must when visiting Morocco.
Travel to Luqa from £345* and explore the wealth of gorgeous beaches and ancient ruins. The average daily cost to wine and dine is between £15-£25 - think tapas and local wines. You’ll definitely see the sun shining here and will definitely not want to cover up your confidence…
Moscow has stunning architectural and cultural attractions; you will spend hours walking the streets to take it all in. Be sure to wrap up and choose your travailing date carefully as temperatures can often plummet below zero degrees. Book from £350* and £20-£30 is what you expect to pay on food and drink per day.
Grab your bikinis and trainers for Faro, the lagoon islands and inland fortress town of Silves will catch your attention here. Prices start from £375* and £20-£30 average spend per day. Portugal even hosts an amazing summer festival in September called BPM if you are into your dance music this could be a trip you will never forget.
9. Canary Islands
You’ll definitely soak up some rays here! The Canary Islands are the perfect out of season getaway covering Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and Tenerife - flights are available all year round from the UK. Make sure you pack your sunblock for the ‘girls’ in peak season. Book Las Palmas Lanzarote from £420* and spend an average of £15-£25 daily. Cost can vary on the islands and per town so be adventurous by renting a car and make the most of your holiday.
Cyprus is divided geographically with Turkish and Greek influences so you can just imagine the amazing local cuisine. Cyprus is home to the street-side snacks, quiet breath-taking beaches and elegant old port towns with bags of charm. Make sure you pack those cleavage showing bikinis and sensible footwear to experience it all here. Prices start from £445* with an average of £25-£35 on food and drink be sure to check out some the tastiest fish restaurants around.
I think I will just work my way down the list, what about you?
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Happy Holiday’s…Until next time xxx
*Prices may vary, prices researched May 2017.