Holidays in Greece are becoming really cheap as a Eurozone exit beckons


(Picture: AP) The Greek island of Kefalonia (Picture: AP)

Still haven’t booked that week away in the sun this summer?

If you’re looking for a cheap holiday then heading to Greece might just be your best bet – as the threat of a Greek exit from the Eurozone has led to travel companies slashing their prices by as much as half.

It’s believed that tourists are being put off by the debt crisis, and Tour operators are cutting their prices in a bid to sell unsold package holidays to locations including Athens, and idyllic islands such as Crete and Zante.

At present, sun seekers can snap up a week on the Greek island of Thassos for just £384 per person, a price drop of 45 percent.

And they’re not the only ones – with travel firm Ionian Island Holidays offering a week in a one-bedroom flat in Corfu for just £405, hugely…

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