Kefalonia was given the accolade of best for wine in guide to the best Greek islands, and a glass will only cost you $3.50 according to the research. The largest island of the Ionian Sea, Kefalonia is a very charming place. Although it has developed over the last years as a family destination, beach places in Kefalonia island never get crowded due to the large size of the island. Mostly famous for the exotic beaches, including Myrtos, Antisamos, Lourdas and Skala, the island was chosen for filming the Hollywood movie Captain Corelli’s Mandolin.
One of Croatia’s most lively resorts, a beer here will only set you back $2.50. Poreč is a town located in the heart of the western coast of Istria. A town of culture, tourism, sport and entertainment, it has been recognised and awarded for the beauty of its public spaces and its cleanliness many times over. Poreč grew from a small coastal settlement into an attractive tourist destination distinct for the great care put into the beauty of its public spaces, a wide variety of accommodation possibilities, a diverse offering of events and activities as well as facilities tailored to each individual guest.
Another Greek island, Zante, or Zakynthos, is famed for its beaches. Zante is what the Italians call it; Zakynthos is its Greek name and it’s one of the most southerly of the Ionian chain of holiday islands that sidle down the coast of western Greece. One of the most popular of the Greek holiday islands, Zante features strongly in travel brochures and the island is a firm favourite for firms offering cheap package holidays deals. Zante is an island mix of busy downmarket beaches, quiet family coves, wild and rugged cliffs, green forested hills and fertile plains in roughly equal measures.
The Greek islands are looking like good value this summer – a three-course dinner for two in Crete will only set you back $40.00. Crete is the largest island in Greece, and the fifth largest one in the Mediterranean Sea. At Crete, you can admire the remnants of brilliant civilizations, explore glorious beaches, impressive mountain escapes, fertile valleys and steep gorges, and become part of the island’s rich gastronomic culture. Crete is, after all, a small universe teeming with beauties and treasures that you will probably need a lifetime to uncover!
Costa Blanca, Spain
The Costa Blanca is a beautiful region of Spain, where lunch for two costs only $25.00. Do you want to see 218 kilometres of coastline with calm waters and fine white sand beaches? You will see mountains that loom over the Mediterranean, fruit groves and palm groves. In eastern Spain, in the province of Alicante, 2800 hours of sun a year await you.
A town famed for its cider, a beer in Gijón will set you back just $2.80. The impetuous Bay of Biscay or Cantabrian Sea as it is known locally, which embraces the city of Gijón, has marked its history for over 5,000 years. Families out biking, young people off surfing the waves on their surfboards or burning up the asphalt on their skate – boards delighting those out for a stroll with their acrobatics, sailboats in the distance, high tide, low tide, the ebb and flow of the waves, everything in Gijón is in motion.
Costa del Sol, Spain
Perennially popular with the British, the Costa del Sol serves coffee for just $0.50. Coming to Costa del Sol means finding beautiful landscapes, fabulous beaches, delicious food, interesting customs and traditions. It means discovering a rich cultural heritage, amazing coastal areas, and charming white hinterland villages. It is unveiling marvellous secrets that will make your stay unforgettable.
Despite a reputation for high living, Limassol on Cyprus is the third cheapest summer destination in Europe. For tourists who love the surge of water, Limassol is blessed with miles of sun kissed coastline. Apart from soaking in the sunshine and swimming in the waters of Blue flag beaches, Limassol has lined out many exciting water sport activities including diving, snorkelling, surfing, water-skiing, catamaran trips and yachting in the blue Mediterranean waters.