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And this year, it is massively cheaper than any of the 18 other resort areas surveyed.
According to the research, a selection of ten tourist staples – including meals, drinks and sun cream – bought in Sunny Beach costs just over £37, compared to £58 in the Algarve, and £131 in Ibiza, Europe's priciest resort.
"The undertakers all seem to wear tracksuit trousers," says Kate Humphries, as she prepares a pot of coffee in her new Bulgarian home, nestled in the snowy hills of the poorest part of the poorest country in the EU. Some of the villagers collect their water from a spring. "We will have to buy milk - I don't think we will stretch to a cow. We've got a vegetable plot over there." The yard next to the barn is full of chopped wood that's been keeping them warm through the winter months.
"In fact the ambulance crews also wear tracksuit trousers. All their heating is provided by a wood burner in the living room.
But the Bulgarian Black Sea resort has an even bigger selling point: it has a reputation for being really cheap.
Most years Sunny Beach is judged in the Post Office's annual Holiday Costs Barometer to be the least expensive place to go on holiday in Europe.
The “heartless” immigrant's spate of crimes were carried out in the Dorset towns of Bournemouth, Christchurch, Poole and Weymouth between August last year and January.
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"The village that we came from in England was very twee. About half live here for part of the year, the rest permanently.
Ivalina Hristova, 34, picked on elderly women with open handbags in shops such as Waitrose, Wilkinsons and Iceland.
They are the latest in a succession of finds across western and central Europe which shed new light on just how seriously people took the threat of vampires and how those beliefs transformed into the modern myth.
Bulgaria's national history museum chief Bozhidar Dimitrov said: 'These two skeletons stabbed with rods illustrate a practice which was common in some Bulgarian villages up until the first decade of the 20th century.'However last month Italian researchers discovered what they believed to be the remains of a female 'vampire' in Venice - buried with a brick jammed between her jaws to prevent her feeding on victims of a plague which swept the city in the 16th century.
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So, should we all be heading to Sunny Beach this summer instead of more familiar hotspots in Portugal, Spain and Greece, particularly given that the weak pound is making holidays across most of Europe much dearer?