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‘Maldives of Europe’ where you can fly there for less than a Domino’s pizza

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We all dream of a glorious summer holiday, but with prices seeming to go up and up every year, it’s getting harder to save for your dream trip.

But what if there was a holiday destination, deemed the “Maldives of Europe”, that you could fly to for “less than the price of a Domino’s pizza?” It sounds too good to be true, but we promise you, it’s not.

That’s exactly what @kieranbrowntravel decided to do – and the destination he visited looks stunning.

Kieran said that pints can cost as little as £1.10, while hotels could be found for just £20 – and he said that it was “paradise” there.

He revealed: “Why go on an expensive summer Europe trip to Greece, Italy, or Croatia when you can go to this underrated unknown gem?”

The stunning location he was talking about is Ksamil, in Albania.

He then explained the average temperature between the months of May to September is 28 degrees, “meaning it’s the perfect summer destination” – especially if you like it when the sun is shining.

“Make the most of this destination before it gets too popular and the price increases”, he urged.

He said there were beach clubs, the nightlife was great, and the sunsets were impressive too. Kieran claimed they were some of the most beautiful he’d seen.

“After visiting 100 countries, this is definitely up there in my favourites”, Kieran admitted.

He said you can either “fly into the capital and transfer to the south”, or “fly to Corfu in Greece and get a short boat over”.

In the comments, a user challenged: “Just looked. One week all inclusive £1,600pp where you getting your info lad?” To which Kieran retorted: “Why would you book an all-inclusive when the beer costs £1 and the hotels are £20. Book it separately without all-inclusive.”

Another chimed in with some advice: “Most reservations are made in January for the summer, today you can’t find a cheap flight for next week. Especially from October to April there are 10-pound flights,” hinting that bargain hunters might need to bide their time to snap up those low-cost fares.

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