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Cheap Holiday After Graduation

So, you are graduating. What next? Yes, grad jobs. We hear you. But, remember that you just left university. Surely you want to relax a bit and celebrate, no? We think you deserve a holiday. How amazing would that be to go with your friends somewhere in the sun?

We are aware that as a former student, you might be a bit broke. No judgment, we have all been there. Which is why we have selected the best cheapest sunny destinations in Europe just for you. How did we pick them? Price of direct flights and... ahem... of a bottle of beer. Because that's important too!

Ibiza, Spain

Ibiza Spain

Ibiza. What to do there? It's an island so we'd assume sun, sand and fun, right? And a bit of history maybe? Ibiza has a very rich architectural and historic heritage. As a matter of fact, the walls of the town are a UNESCO World Heritage site. And it also the perfect place for foodies and wine lovers... which is what would interest you, are we right? After all, Ibiza is well-known to be a party destination!

Why you should go: Direct flights from the UK from £45. The average temperature in July is £29°C. A cup of coffee costs £1.15 and a bottle of beer £2.91.

Palma Majorca, Mallorca

Palma Majorca

Do you watch Love Island? Apparently it is a big thing. So you might. And you know where the show happens? Mallorca! Getting where we are going right there? You might bump into a member of the cast, you never know! Alternatively, enjoy some cocktails by the sea front before dinner and party crazy at night until the morning. Living the life.

Why you should go: Direct flights from the UK star at £38. The average temperature in July is £29°C. A coffee cost £1.81 and a bottle of beer £2.72.

Zakynthos Island, Greece

Zakynthos

We have all heard of the Cyclades Islands or Cretes. Done and done again. Also maybe overrated and so expensive. Which is not what you want, right?! So why not pick another island which is a beautiful and hot?! Ever thought of Zakynthos? Also, just knowing it is in Greece, a place for good food and wine, should be enough to convince you to go!

Why you should go: Direct flights for UK airports from £89. The average temperature in July is 30°C. A cup of coffee costs £1 and a bottle of beer £2.75.

Split, Croatia

Split, Croatia

Ditch Dubrovnik and get your eyes on Split, famous for its beaches and fortress like complex. You'd get that charming old town vibe, with little shops everywhere and that holiday feel. Not to forget a beautiful sun! Because that is what you are looking for when you fly out of the UK. Anyway, people seem to go crazy for Split, so it is time you do too! And if you do not intend on partying all night, just spend your days by the beach. It is just as nice!

Why you should go: Direct flights from the UK from £62. The average temperature in July is 30°C. A coffee costs £1 and a bottle of beer £1.90.

Velatta, Malta

Valletta in Malta

Velatta is the capital city of Malta and located on the east coast of the island. The city has an amazing skyline, beautiful architecture and a very rich history. Important and interesting, but that is not really why you'd go there, are we right?! Nope, you want to sunbath, party and have fun. We hear you. Valetta has a lot to offer when it comes to its night life, bars and clubs. We tell you, you'll enjoy it!

Why you should go: Direct return flights from the UK from £40. The average temperature is 30°C in July. A coffee costs £1.36 and a bottle of beer £2.26.

Have you chosen already? Where it is gonna be? Split? Ibiza? And just in case you need help with finding the best deals for your holiday, check out Holiday Pirates and Skyscanner

Then send us photos of your trip!

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