A basket of ten typical holiday items, including lager, sun cream and a three-course meal now costs GBP 54.22 in Turkey down 22% from last year.
The strong pound means that Britons will receive more for their money than last year in sunny Turkey, a survey from Post Office Travel Money has revealed.
The cost of living in Turkey is a huge attraction for tourists and those looking to buy a property in Turkey.
Turkish values have remained stable despite the chaotic European economy.
Here’s a price snapshot of a few items many tourists and residents will most likely be buying in Turkey:
Three-course meal for two at a mid-range restaurant: GBP 17.51
Domestic beer (0.5 litre draught): GBP 1.7 1
Coke (0.33 litre bottle): GBP 0.88
Water (0.33 litre bottle): GBP 0.32
Loaf of bread (500g): GBP 0.33
A dozen eggs: GBP 1.19
Oranges (1kg): GBP 0.82
Wine (mid-range): GBP 6.72
Local bus ticket: GBP 0.65
Taxi (for 1km): GBP 1.60
1 minute pay-as-you-go mobile: GBP 0.14
Cinema: GBP 4.29