The Spanish Coast
Spain is the UK’s most popular foreign holiday destination, and it’s not hard to see why. Miles and miles of beautiful coast, fantastic weather and hundreds of cheap flights every week from airports around the country make resorts like Alicante, Marbella and Torremolinos a great destination for an all-inclusive holiday.
The Algarve, Portugal
Teletext Holidays is just one holiday provider that acknowledges Portugal is often wrongly overlooked in favour of Spain. Around seven million foreign tourists flock to the Algarve each year, many of them looking forward to all-inclusive hotels that have access to fresh fish and seafood, and the thought of days spent on popular beaches such as the Praia de Marinha.
While the Greek mainland certainly has its perks, for an all-inclusive family getaway to remember, you should instead jet off to one of its spectacular islands. From Corfu to Zante, each island has its own particular customs and culture, although you can always count on high temperatures, delicious dinners and beautiful beaches.
The Balaeric Islands, Spain
To the west of Spain in the Mediterranean Sea is an archipelago known as the Balaeric Island. The three largest islands, Majorca, Minorca, and Ibiza each make a wonderful all-inclusive destination. While you might think that places like Ibiza are more suited to youngsters heading away for a weekend of clubbing, these islands are definitely big enough to dedicate quieter areas to families looking for more simple pleasures on the beach or at the poolside.
The largest of the Canary Islands has a population of just under a million. Five times that number visit the island every year, in the process discovering somewhere with almost guaranteed sunshine and beautiful blue seas. The island, which isn’t too far from Gran Canaria, another all-inclusive hotspot, is actually much closer to the coast of northeast Africa than Spain. This means that while its summers may not be as hot as those on the Balaeric Islands, it remains warmer during winter.