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5 Cheapest Mediterranean Cities for Coastal Holiday

Oran, Algeria

For travelers looking for affordable coastal holidays in the coming months, the Mediterranean has plenty of options to choose from.

Financial experts at Gambling ‘N Go analysed the average cost of several factors in each major Mediterranean city, including flights from any London airport, hotels, and a mid-range restaurant for two people. A score out of 100 was given to each city based on the cost of each factor to determine the ranking.

In first place on the list of the cheapest Mediterranean city for a coastal getaway is Oran, taking a final score of 94.9. The city is considered to be Algerian’s capital of parties and music – and given that it costs an average of £1.04 for a beer, you can enjoy the vibrant nightlife without breaking the bank. As well as this, return flights to Oran cost an average of £87; so, you can fly there for a low price and visit some of the beautiful beaches surrounding the city, like Les Andaluz beach.



Taking the second spot is Port Said in Egypt which has a final score of 90.3. The city is famous for its seafood, so it’s a fantastic city to visit for those who enjoy the flavours of the sea – especially with it being the cheapest city for dining out with a restaurant for two costing just £10.80 on average.

Also standing on the podium in third place is Algiers with a score of 88. The capital of Algeria offers various museums to explore the culture, including the Antiquities and Islamic Art, and you won’t spend too much getting around the city to explore as it costs an average of just 30p per km traveled in a taxi.

The capital of Tunisia, Tunis, places fourth in the ranking with a score of 87. One of the many attractions here is the Medina of Tunis, the oldest part of the city, boasting stunning architecture and markets to find souvenirs – and it’s the cheapest city for hotels, so you can stay here for an average of £333 for seven nights.

Fifth on the list is Tangier in Morocco, taking a score of 82.5. The city’s cheapest factors were the price of hotels and a restaurant for two, so soak up the culture by eating traditional Moroccan dishes such as maakouda, a fried mashed potato dumpling that is popular street food. Spend the day under the sunshine at Tangier beach, and even finish the day off by the promenade where you will discover plenty of bars.

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