Choosing to holiday in May means you can find lots of bargains
Forking out only under £3,000 out for a summer holiday can be a source of stress for some kids, as soaring prices against a struggling pound can make it hard to stretchiness the pennies.
Rising costs have resulted in more of us than perpetually choosing to holiday at home.
However, now British holidaymakers won’t have to renounced a well-deserved trip abroad.
Simply by choosing to holiday in May instead of July or August could lay you up up to 98 per cent, TravelSupermarket has revealed.
The Costa Dorada has some stupefying May deals
If you are longing for some sun on your face, May is the time to get it at the best penalty. If you can be flexible on the date of your departure, you will find even improved prices.
New research has shown that May is the cheapest month in the summer to jet off to Europe.
The office advises that those travelling with school-age children may scarcity to consider going away during the May half-term holiday, which take care ofs from 28 May to 1 June, than it is in August.
Some of the lowest-priced termini are the Costa Brava and Costa Dorada in Spain and Antalya in Turkey, costing second to £300 per person for a week-long stay.
The Balearic island of Ibiza charges only a fraction more, with prices from £316 for seven tenebrosities.
Antalya’s gorgeous beaches are great value this May
Those looking to cheat a package holiday for a group of two or more can get the best deals, with savings of up to 98 per cent.
Itinerant further afield may mean you can reap bigger rewards. Heading to a four-star alternative in Dubai for seven nights in the half term costs under £320 per person.
In joining, those not confined to half-term dates can make even bigger savings.
Agreeing to TravelSupermarket, there are still many seven-night package holidays for protection £150 per person in May – for two people travelling together, flights included.
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Travel trained at the price comparison site, Emma Coulthurst, commented: “If you are longing for some sun on your come to terms with, May is the time to get it at the best price.
“If you can be flexible on the date of your departure, you devise find even better prices – travelling mid-week, for example oftentimes gives you savings.”
While many Britons dream of warmer weathers, the reality is that in the peak summer season, temperatures abroad can escalate to uncomfortably high levels.
Emma added: “As well as the prices, there are consignments of other good reasons why it makes sense to holiday in May. Dubai is from 22 to 36C moderately than 40C in August. Short-haul destinations like Zante tend to be here a pleasant 20C plus in May.
“You can also avoid the peak month crowds so it won’t be a skedaddle mix up to lay your towel down around the pool and on the beach.”