Current exchange rates mean that holidaymakers and stag parties could enjoy excellent value for money in Croatia.
According to the Mirror, the eastern European country is currently one of the cheapest places in the world to visit.
The publication said this is because the Croatian kuna is currently much weaker than the British pound.
As a result, leisure travellers from the UK can expect to get far more for their money than they would be able to in the eurozone.
Indeed, the pound recently slumped to an all-time low against the single European currency, thereby making a trip to places such as Spain more expensive.
"Croatia remains good value for money this year," the Mirror commented.
The newspaper added that a flight from the UK takes just two hours, which means it is quick and easy for Britons to reach.
Tourists were recently advised to head outside the eurozone by Halifax, which said the pound declined by 14 per cent against the euro between June and December last year.