Tunisia took the top spot for being the most budget-friendly, with a 7-night break averaging £576 per person, including flights, hotels and transfers, according to new data from UK online travel agent loveholidays.
From a high of 500,000 British visitors in 2014 which fell to 30,000 three years later, 378,000 Brits visited the country in 2019, with numbers expected to rise still further.
Bulgaria and Morocco were the second and third most affordable destinations, according to the loveholidays research.
Offering summer travel-seekers a perfect mix of sun and sightseeing to enjoy, these destinations average £636 and £701 per person respectively for a week-long getaway.
Mediterranean hotspots Malta and mainland Spain rounded out the top five, with travellers able to experience a slice of European sunshine at an average of £714 and £750 per person per week to the respective destinations this summer.
Holidaymakers can also enjoy the culinary delights of Italy for just £753 per person, with a week-long holiday to the European country in sixth most affordable place.
Al Murray, Chief Marketing Officer of loveholidays, said: “We know how much people are valuing great holidays at low prices this year – and summer getaways can still be affordable without compromising on experience.”
“Our analysis revealed Tunisia as the top destination for budget-friendly breaks this summer. It offers a mix of food, music, dance and scenery – making it a great option for a cultural getaway.”
“We negotiate with our suppliers to get the best possible deals.”