Europe’s cheapest destinations to fly to for warm weather in March | Travel News | Travel

Dreaming of a break under the sun? Luckily, Brits won’t have to travel too far to enjoy warmer weather than in the UK.

In an exclusive experiment for, I searched Skyscanner for the cheapest destinations to fly to in March.

While there are plenty of cheaper city breaks on offer, for this search I focused on the most affordable flights to warm destinations.

If you’re looking for a city break, why not check out one of Europe’s most affordable cities that’s cheap to fly to?

The prices in this article are flight only so bear in mind there could be additional charges for luggage or seat selection.

Naples, Italy 

I found flights to Naples for £29 per person from London and under £50 return from Manchester.

One of Italy’s most exciting cities, Naples regularly reaches temperatures of 17 degrees in March. Don’t miss grabbing a slice of margherita or tasting a bowl of spaghetti alla puttanesca.

Naples is also just a short hop from some fantastic beaches or culture fans can check out the Sansevero Chapel Museum. Shopping fans will love the city’s chaotic markets.

Faro, Portugal

I found flights to Faro for just £29 per person from London, £32 from Bristol and Belfast and under £50 from Bournemouth, Newquay, Liverpool and Birmingham.

The capital of Portugal’s Algarve region, Faro can get as high as 19 degrees in March. The Algarve has some of Europe’s best beaches as well as delicious seafood.

Portugal is also one of Western Europe’s most affordable holiday destinations, making it a great choice for Britons on a budget.

Paphos, Cyprus

I found flights to Paphos for £40 per person from London while there were also options under £70 return from Newcastle and Manchester.

The city on Cyprus’ southwest coast reaches 19 degrees in March and it’s close to some beautiful beaches.

If it’s not quite warm enough to lounge on the beach, don’t worry as Paphos’s ancient ruins are one of Cyprus’ top draws.

All prices found on Skyscanner and correct at time of writing. 

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