These are the cheapest beaches in Europe

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Summer is here, and the desire to go on vacation is growing. But many people have to watch their wallets in times of rising prices and inflation. Our ranking of the cheapest beaches in Europe is just what you need! Plus: Which destinations are the most popular with Austrians?

First, the cheapest beach in summer 2024 is Playa de Las Canteras on Gran Canaria. Holidaymakers can rent a sun lounger with an umbrella for just three euros a day, a beer from the beach bar costs 3.50 euros, and a glass of spritz is available for six euros.

For the Omio survey, visitor ratings, summer temperatures, and current local sales and rental prices for beach essentials (such as beach loungers, a scoop of ice cream, beer, spritzers, and water) were analyzed.

The 20 most affordable beaches to cool off in summer 2024:

New trend: “Coolcation” – beaches with real coolingTo escape the scorching heat, beach destinations with moderate temperatures are gaining appeal in summer. Scandinavia, Great Britain, and the Netherlands coasts offer real cooling.

At around 16 degrees, the beach at Søndervig in Denmark, Varamobadet on Lake Vättern, and Tylösand on Öresund in Sweden are truly refreshing. It gets even fresher for vacationers in Scotland, such as on the coast of Ayr or at West Sands Beach in St. Andrews.

Austrians are very keen to travel despite inflation and crises. 82 percent are planning a trip in the summer months – according to the Allianz Partners survey, Austrian households want to spend an average of 2,400 euros. Every second trip is abroad. Beach vacations are once again very popular this year. Greece is the big winner for travel giant Ruefa.
Crete, Mykonos, Corfu & Co. are currently in the lead regarding turnover and the number of guests. They are followed by Spain and Turkey, which is rising again. Egypt is currently in fourth place, followed by the popular self-drive destination Italy. Albania scores with extremely attractive prices. The USA, the Maldives, and Thailand are popular long-haul destinations.

“In principle, there is still availability everywhere – but you may not get the day of travel or the hotel or hotel room you want,” explains Ruefa Managing Director Michele Fanton. Classic all-inclusive club destinations such as Tunisia, Egypt, and Turkey currently have good capacity for last-minute arrivals. However, no one should expect bargains this year. According to Ruefa, a rebooking rate of over 90 percent was achieved among FTI customers affected by the bankruptcy, which means that most vacations can still be taken with suitable alternatives.

“The rise in prices has reduced many people’s vacation budgets,” says Tobias Thomas, head of Statistics Austria. The price level for Austrians is good at classic beach destinations – for example, according to Statistics Austria, they get almost twice as much for their money in Turkey and Bulgaria than at home.

It is more expensive for us in the north and west of Europe. In Iceland, we have to pay 51 percent more. Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Ireland are also expensive. Additional expenses must be calculated for long-haul flights in Australia and the USA. Domestic households intend to spend an average of 2400 euros on vacations this year. Every second trip will be abroad.

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