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These are 5 of the cheapest beach destinations in Europe this summer


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Everyone wants to venture out this summer in search of quaint towns and pristine beaches that won’t break the bank, but with so many tourists flocking to Europe, what’s the best way to cut the cost? Prices in Europe have certainly increased, but sometimes it pays to explore the local places.

If what you are looking for is sun, sand, beach and cheap, you are in luck. Contrary to popular belief, there are plenty of areas in Europe to enjoy seaside life on a budget, according to a recent study by Omio. Wouldn’t you rather visit a different area and enjoy a little more because the prices are low?

Before you go ahead and book your pricey beach vacation in Italy or Greece, check out these underrated spots if you want the same views at a much lower price. (I mean, look at these photos; can you get any better than that!?)


Alanya, Türkiye

Once a popular summer spot for the Egyptian queen, Alanya’s cheapest beach is none other than Cleopatra Beach. A quaint resort town located on the Turkish Riviera, pristine beaches and stretches of sand sit within a walled fortress.

Red-roofed buildings and boats create the perfect backdrop for a summer vacation on a budget. A scoop of ice cream here will cost you less than $0.15, and a beach beer is usually less than $2.00. victorious!

Alanya beach in Türkiye

side, Türkiye

Leading Türkiye Halk Side Beach It is another popular place for both the views and the prices. A rather unique beach spot in terms of its setting, Side is located along the southern coast of the Mediterranean and has all the beach amenities you could need.

Side is a port city known for its ancient ruins and sandy beaches. It is rare to find a place anywhere in the world with historic charm and crystal clear waters on either side. Learn about Turkey’s past before taking a dip in the ocean.

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side seaside town in Türkiye

Bodrum, Türkiye

When we think of beach towns in Turkey, Bodrum usually comes to mind. A more populated and crowded area than the previous two, Bodrum is still much cheaper than other European beach destinations across the continent.

Bays overlooking the castle, there are numerous beaches in Bodrum – the cheapest is Yahsi Beach. With a relaxed atmosphere, you will find many Turkish locals on vacation here. Still relatively unknown among tourists, Yahsi Beach keeps its prices low.

bodrum beach view

Ulcinj, Montenegro

Montenegro has slowly crept onto people’s radars as one of the best places to enjoy a European summer. Along with its vast mountain ranges, blue bays, and charming towns, Montenegro also wins as a budget location.

A well-known place for windsurfers, Long Beach It’s one of the cheapest beaches to visit in Ulcinj – beer bottles are as low as $0.90! As one of the longest beaches on the Adriatic Sea, it is the ideal place for a long walk on the beach.

beach and beach town in montenegro

Formentera, Spain

Just a short boat ride from Ibiza, Formentera is a popular alternative if you find the mainland too crowded and expensive. The island is a relaxing oasis of locals, seafood, and rugged beachscapes.

Imagine a white sandbar completely surrounded by different shades of blue, and you have found Ses Illetes beach. Often called the paradise of Formentera, if you want a quiet environment with reasonable prices, this is the place for you.

Formentera Beach

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