The Algarve in Portugal is the cheapest Eurozone destination for British holidaymakers this summer.
That’s according to the 2021 Post Office Travel Money Holiday Money report, which also reveals that Portugal – one of the 12 countries on the UK government’s ‘green list’ for travel and accepting Britons from Monday – has earned the highest rating for good value from UK holidaymakers.
When British tourists were asked to name the destinations they believed offered good value, Portugal topped the ratings alongside ‘amber light’ rated Greece and Spain’s Costas – providing a clue to where they are most likely to book holidays once travel is allowed.
The Algarve in Portugal, pictured, is the cheapest Eurozone destination for British holidaymakers, according to the annual Post Office Travel Money Holiday Money report
All three scored 89 per cent and that approval rating rose to 90 per cent or more among holidaymakers who had previously visited those countries (Greece – 92 per cent, Spain – 91 per cent, Portugal – 90 per cent). Thailand was named the best-value long-haul destination with a score of 81 per cent, rising to 92 per cent among past visitors…