Party town with topless women and 80p pints has week all-inclusive trips for £184
Summer is drawing to a close – but that doesn’t mean any Brits who are hankering after a final holiday have to miss out.
Over the autumn, there are some incredible deals perfect for those who love to drinks, dance and go on the pull…
Week-long all-inclusive holidays are perfect for some folk who don’t want to budget while away, but want plenty of food, drink and time by the pool.
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Thankfully, you can bag seven nights for just £184 in Sunny Beach, Bulgaria which is famous for its party nightlife.
Sunny Beach, in Bulgaria, has gained popularity in recent years thanks to such cheap holiday deals.
We found one deal to the Calypso hotel for just £184 per person for an entire week away. That includes return flights from London, all-inclusive food and drink and a stay at the three-star resort.
The hotel is just 450m from the sandy beach and has its own pool and sun loungers.
You can easily walk to the bars, restaurants and clubs nearby – and there’s a waterpark 3km away.
There’s a restaurant and snack bar to enjoy plus cocktails, beer, regional drinks and free Wi-Fi.
That’s all you need for a cheap holiday away – for two it will set you back just £368.
Plus, you’ll have access to Sunny Beach and all its wildness. In fact, the area was recently featured in six-part docu-series on E4, Emergency On Sunny Beach.
In the show, the police said that British partygoers cause the most trouble.
In wild episodes, young women flash their boobs for a free go on a fairground ride as per a raunchy promotion.
And in bars and restaurants, lads play drinking games and strip naked or pass out unconscious from too much alcohol.
While Benidorm offers 87p pints and £2.50 fry-ups even the famous Spanish city can’t compete with all-you-can-drink nights for £26, Viagra jelly shots and even cheaper beers in Sunny Beach.
In the show, one young man, Mason, 21, from Essex, heads on a bar crawl and licks alcohol off a Bulgarian woman’s breasts.
He told the documentary: "I’m 21, a young buck, I’ve got a lot of goals. I’m going to make Sunny Beach my oyster. I want to sh*g a MILF and shag a load of foreign birds because I love foreign birds."
A young woman, Carmel, from Essex, dances on a stripper pole before noting: "What happens in Bulgaria stays in Bulgaria."
While 18-year-old Ruby, added: "I don’t think you can come to Sunny Beach with a boyfriend. If you do, you’re going home without one."
The Calypso isn't the only hotel offering cheap all-inclusive stays in the area.
The popular Club Calimera Imperial Resort has seven night all-inclusive stays listed from £211 on LoveHolidays. It's ATOL protected, has three restaurants on-site, a snack bar, pool, terrace and is just steps away from bars and clubs.
Those wanting to jet off to the cheap holiday spot with children can head to the family friendly hotels. A stay at the Best Western Plus Premium Inn costs from £281 per person with flights and all-inclusive food and drink for seven nights.
The hotel has waterslides, a smaller paddling pool for little ones, two outdoor pools, a laid-back restaurant and a plunge pool. There’s a gym, buffet, pool bar and nearby beach.