British holidaymakers hate camping and caravan holidays more than any other kind, a new survey has revealed.
A whopping 90 per cent of Brits questioned by holiday add-ons experts, Holiday Extras, found that while a week's camping with relatives topped the charts of the most hated holiday of all. And a third said that staying anywhere with relatives is the most stressful getaway (only 13 per cent of Brits giving family holidays the thumbs up).
Going away for just a week gets the thumbs down, too. Of the 2,000 Brits surveyed, only 13 per cent said that they reap the emotional, physical or psychological benefits from one week in the sun, with the rest saying two weeks were needed to feel any benefits.
Activity beaks didn't fare well either. They were voted the hardest work by 46 per cent of holidaymakers.
Are we just a nation of moaners, or do you agree with these findings?We want your opinions! What type of holiday do you hate the most? Leave a comment and let us know below.
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