You can holiday in Sunny beach Bulgaria for just €32 per night with flights

This week has been grim in Ireland weather wise, it is no surprise that people want to go overseas for their holidays.

Why wait for the summer to come to Ireland when you can book a bargain trip right now?

You can holiday for 11 nights in Sunny beach in Bulgaria for just €32 per night, including flights in June with TUI.

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Fly from Dublin Airport on Thursday June 9 and jet off to the Black Sea.

The total for the 11 night break away is just €359.15 per person sharing.

Stay in 3* The Mariner’s Hotel, just a 10-minute walk away from the famous sand and sea, and the promenade which comes lined with bars and restaurants.

The hotel comes with a well-dressed pool area and a bright colour scheme. Loungers and parasols edge the lagoon-like pool, which sits on a roomy sunbathing terrace. There is also a fenced-off section for kids with a shallow section.

This place earns plenty of quirky style points, thanks to its vibrant exteriors. The action centres on the good-sized, curvy pool in the middle of the garden.

The restaurant’s really eye-catching, and serves à la carte breakfast in the morning – expect a choice of cooked and Continental options.



Mariner’s Hotel in Sunny Beach, Bulgaria

There is also free Wi-Fi, 24-hour reception, currency exchange and laundry service.

Check out to TUI website to book the trip for yourself- Here.

Sunny Beach is a purpose-built resort, with sprawling beachfront accommodations, restaurants and bars, and everything you need to have a great holiday by the coast.

The resort was built in the 1950s, and has grown massively with the introduction of modern amenities such as nightclubs, coffee shops, and theme parks. The high-rise waterfront area is ideal for anyone who likes a bit of luxury when they travel.

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