The best non-EU holidays for 2019 – as ‘Brexit-proof’ all-inclusive breaks soar in popularity

BREXIT is influencing where we’re going on holiday with many
Brits worried about costs to holidays to countries that are on the
Euro.

Love Holidays conducted a survey of 18-34 year olds, and 25 per
cent said that Brexit will impact their holiday-making decisions
next year.

Getty – Contributor Turkey is one
of the destinations on the list – head off to Alanya for scenes
like this[/caption]

Brits are increasingly plumping for “Brexit-proof”
all-inclusive holidays to countries that aren’t on the Euro as it
will save them cash when they are away.

Love
Holidays
found that the nation is worried about
passport
and visa costs once Brexit kicks in, as well as
increased exchange rates and mobile phone bills.

Overall, searches on the website for all-inclusive holidays are
up 55 per cent year-on-year.

Searches for breaks to Turkey are up by 71 per cent, with
searches for Morocco and Egypt up by 32 per cent.

Getty – Contributor

Christian Armond from Love
Holidays
commented, “With peak booking season for 2019
holidays around the corner, we are anticipating an increase in
bookings for all-inclusive holidays.

“These holidays appeal in the current Brexit climate as there
are no hidden extras with the cost of meals and drinks all
included.”

We’ve put together a roundup of the best countries to head to
for a Brexit-proof holiday.

Turkey Getty – Contributor

Antalya is now Thomas Cook’s most popular airport for UK
travellers and has overtaken Palma de Majorca.

The country is even cheaper for Brits right now because
the lira has plummeted
against the pound.

Stay at the five-star Side La Grande Resort and Spa in Antalya
on an all-inclusive basis, including flight and hotel from £413pp
in June.

The hotel has a water park and is on the beach – and
everything will be covered once you’re there.
Click here to book
.

Egypt Hurghada is one of the top resorts
for Brits to visit in Egypt


Head over to Egypt
if you want guaranteed sunshine and rock
bottom prices.

You’ll find snorkelling, sandy beaches, restaurants and bars
to hand and it’s a destination for the whole family.

While Dahab is the place to head for diving, Hurghada is where
you’ll want to be for a busy, buzzing day and nightlife, and if
you want a quiet, chilled holiday then head to Makadi Bay.

Head to the five-star Jasmine Palace hotel in Hurghada for seven
nights on an all-inclusive basis for £474pp in February.
Click here to book
.

Bulgaria Head off to Varna in Bulgaria for
cheap prices and sunshine

Bulgaria isn’t on the Euro, which makes it a very cheap option
for Brits with decent exchange rates and was found to be the
cheapest place for Brits to go on holiday earlier this year.

Research by M&S Bank has shown that holidays for families
are cheaper by 1.4 per cent this year than in 2017, a saving of
£56, with Sunny
Beach in Bulgaria coming out on top
.

Bulgaria was also featured as the cheapest destination for Brits
by the Post Office Travel Money Holiday Costs Barometer, which
compares costs in 19 European beach resorts.

Head to Varna from Manchester on June 18 for seven nights and
stay at the Balaton Hotel on an all-inclusive basis from £280pp.

Click here to book
.

Tunisia

Corbis – Getty Tunisia is predicted
to be one of the most popular destinations for 2019[/caption]

Located between the Med and Sahara Desert, Brits go for the sun,
sand and sea – as well as the low prices and the fact that it is
just a short three-hour flight away.


Tunisia
has a year-long warm, mild climate and you can expect
plenty of sunshine from May to October, often peaking at 35C during
the summer.

The country is anticipated to be on the most popular
destinations for Brits in 2019.

Head to the Houria Palace Hotel in Port el Kantaoui on an
all-inclusive basis with flights from Gatwick included, for seven
nights in January from £283pp.
Click here to book
.

Morocco

Alamy Agadir has sand buggy and
camel rides, horse-riding and boat, sailing, walking and cycling
trips[/caption]

Head off to a resort such as Agadir in Morocco and join the
locals shopping in the colourful Souk El Had, be sure to bring home
spices, and see the history of the city at the museum, Memoire
d’Agadir.

Sand buggy and camel rides, horse-riding and boat, sailing,
walking and cycling trips are all available.

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At night, the promenade is buzzing with restaurants, cafes and
bars – food is delicious and reasonably priced – and the
beating sound of a nightclub is never far away.

Stay at the four-star Allegro Agadir for seven nights in
February with flights from Manchester, on an all-inclusive basis,
from£350pp.
Click here to book
.

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The best non-EU holidays for 2019 – as ‘Brexit-proof’ all-inclusive breaks soar in popularity