Cheapest last-minute holiday destinations named - including popular Spanish hotspot

Landscape with Old Town Dalt Vila district of  Eivissa , Ibiza island, Spain
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Booking a last-minute holiday can be a bit nerve-wracking, but thankfully, there are plenty of beautiful destinations that won't break the bank.

The experts at Which? have sifted through thousands of travel packages to reveal the most affordable last-minute holiday spots for Brits.

They examined over 3,500 package holidays from the UK's biggest holiday companies for the first week of August, all of which are still available to book now.

While Morocco in Africa came out on top, Ibiza in Spain's renowned Balearic Islands was found to be the cheapest option in Europe, reports the Express.

If you're after sun-soaked beaches for daytime relaxation and a buzzing nightlife, Ibiza is your ideal destination.

You can indulge in an all-inclusive seven-day getaway for an average cost of £1,046 per person, with some options starting as low as £804 per person.

Dalaman in Turkey clinched the third spot at £1,057 per person, followed by Menorca at £1,100 per person.

Although it's often associated with party holidays, the island outshines all other European locations on the list with its idyllic beaches, peaceful atmospheres and secluded natural spots.

Ibiza is home to stunning beaches with crystal-clear waters and soft sand - including popular spots like Cala d'Hort, Cala Comte, Ses Salines, and Cala Saladeta.

Ibiza Town (Eivissa in Mallorqui) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and boasts a charming old town known as Dalt Vila.

Visitors can wander through the narrow, cobbled streets, marvel at the impressive fortifications, and visit the cathedral that blends various architectural styles and is situated near Dalt Vila's highest point.

Ibiza has a rich history as a bohemian sanctuary, which is still apparent in certain areas of the island, especially in the village of San Gertrudis.

Here, one can discover independent art galleries, artisan shops, and an array of restaurants offering local cuisine, including the freshest seafood.

Ibiza is also globally renowned for its nightlife, with clubs such as Pacha, Amnesia, and DC-10 drawing DJs and party enthusiasts from around the world.