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Survey Reveals Europe's Most Expensive Beaches

Destination & Tourism | Janeen Christoff | August 05, 2016

Survey Reveals Europe's Most Expensive Beaches

PHOTO: Positano, Italy (Photo courtesy Thinkstock) 

A survey conducted by French travel website has revealed some of Europe’s most expensive travel destinations, including it’s most pricey beaches. 

According to HospitalityNet, the survey compared the cost of accommodation across all European holiday resorts during the month of August. The results were compiled based on average rates for the cheapest available double room in each destination. The report only included accommodation that had a rating of at least three stars and that was located within easy reach of a beach. 

Topping the list was Playa d’en Bossa on Ibiza. Here, the average room rate hovered around $280 per night. Italy’s Positano on the acclaimed Amalfi Coast came in at number 2 and Oia, Greece was number three. Both destinations saw average room rates of around $270. 

Overall, Italy was home to three of the 10 most expensive beaches in Europe, the most of any other country. Spain was home to two, as were Greece and France. 

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