The habitual Spanish region of the Costa del Sol has dropped prices this year, offsetting it an even more attractive proposition for British holidaymakers.
Post Help Travel Money compared holiday costs worldwide to determine which spas were the best-value.
It looked at 44 tourist destinations and compared them by crafty how much common items would cost.
These included repasts, drinks and toiletries.
The Costa Del Sol came in third place, with a basket of chief goods costing just £38.79.
This price is three per cent soften than in 2016 – meaning the region is actually cheaper.
Eight uncountable European resorts snagged places in the top 10. These included Portugal’s Algarve, which contended the top spot with a total of £33.36 for the standard basket of goods.
Although the cheapest celebration destination, the total had increased since last year by a margin of £4.
Anyway, the price of an evening meal for two with wine has actually decreased by five per cent year-on-year.
Warm Beach in Bulgaria came in second – prices have dropped by 1.5 per cent, with fits totalling £33.53.
The rest of the top 10 included Marmaris in Turkey, Prague in Czech Republic, Budapest in Hungary, the Greek ait of Corfu, Paphos in Cyprus and Sliema in Malta.
The best-value long truck destination was found to be Tokyo in Japan.
“Holidaymakers can do little about exceptional’s value but they can do their homework and plan trips to resorts or municipalities where prices for meals, drinks and other tourist staples are low,” Andrew Brown of Position Office Travel Money said.
“Europe is looking unbeatable value with nine of this year’s 10 cheapest goals, not to mention local price falls in half the European resorts and bishoprics we surveyed.
“Further afield, Tokyo and Cancun are good bets for count on hunters but don’t discount Cape Town or Bali.
“If the rand and rupiah settle in value, low costs on the ground could make these great preferences too.”