Have you chosen to enjoy your holidays now and are you looking for the perfect last minute holiday? Choose from the coolest European destinations of 2019!

Are you one of those lucky ones who have the chance to take off-season holidays and enjoy the best destinations at super discounted prices? Blessed are you! Finding the solution of your dreams online, however, is not as simple as it seems: thousands of options to choose from, hours spent probing the web and you find yourself just more confused and undecided.

To find the last minute holiday of your dreams you can choose one of the most popular destinations of the year, and all in Europe!

Greece

Always one of the favorite destinations for Europeans on holiday, Greece offers many options, both in terms of destinations (6,000 islands, of which 227 are inhabited) and in terms of accommodation and tourist accommodation. Tourism, in fact, is an important element of the Greek economy and the high influx of visitors that is recorded every year testifies to how much this country has to offer. Mykonos, Naxos, Santorini Crete and Rhodes are the most popular destinations (and busy!) and, except for the month of August, you will have the opportunity to take advantage of very favorable rates: several sites that offer last minute holidays, in fact, offer promotional offers for off-season periods, ensuring you discounted rates for some of the most beautiful facilities in Greece. Crystal clear sea, clear skies, but also great cheap food and nightlife: it is not difficult to understand why Greece is the preferred destination for European tourists.

Spain

As in Greece, Spain remains one of the most popular destinations for Italian tourists, with some essential differences: a younger flow of tourists, which normally involves young people and groups under 25, tends to prefer the Costa del Sol, a coastal region on the Mediterranean, so called because of the pleasant temperature and 300 days of sunshine per year that are recorded on average in this area; couples and more adult tourists, however, usually opt for the Balearic Islands (Menorca, Mallorca, Ibiza and Formentera) or the Canary Islands (Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria and the smaller islands) where tourism, always very developed and varied thanks to the many structures and villages present, balances very well with the natural aspect that here has been preserved at best, giving the opportunity for many tourists to discover unspoilt bays and wild nature on board a scooter or by bike.

Tunisia

Tunisia experienced a tourism boom during the nineties thanks to the birth of numerous villages, resorts and hotels in Djerba and Hammamet, greatly stimulating the flow of Italian tourism in the face of very cheap rates and continuous offers. Partly obscured by the Red Sea in the 2000s, Tunisia continues to be a valid and interesting tourist destination, perfect for groups or families looking for all the comforts and convenience of accommodation in the village to enjoy a last minute holiday of absolute relaxation.

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