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Quite literally sandwiched between rising sea levels, crashing waves and increasing urbanisation along the coastline, some beaches on the Côte d’Azur face the very real threat of completely disappearing. They currently feature on the Red List of ecosystems in France, put together by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (UICN).
While the nation awaits a government decision about Covid-19 regulations over Easter, many people have already booked flights and accommodation for the long weekend.
A bill that would have banned municipalities from imposing exorbitant fees that restrict many out-of-towners from using public beaches will die without a vote or a public hearing this year.
On a warm spring or summer day, if the liquid feeling of sunlight doesn’t instantly lift your mood in one of these charming beach towns, the historical character, quality shopping and grub—and many other pleasing attributes—certainly will.
The curfew could run through April 12, essentially shutting down spring break.
Massive brown mats of macro-algae invade diverse region dependent on tourism, natural resources
Surf City is now offering parking passes for non-residents, but it’s going to cost you. The $250 pass is valid from April 1 through October 15.
Virgin Islanders may have been rubbing their eyes in disbelief at the sight of yachts along territory waterfronts.
Many people were looking to get outdoors during the pandemic
KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine – Voters will decide this summer whether to adopt two proposals that would regulate short-term rentals and change the rules for dogs on local beaches.
Designed by Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio, the structure would have a doughnut-shape, and would produce clean energy by spinning slowly.
Local activists have raised concerns that around ten beach access points that have been used by Caymanians for generations will be lost if Dart gets approval for a 157-acre planned area development (PAD) located astride the Esterley Tibbetts Highway between Salt Creek, Yacht Club, Vista Del Mar and Governor’s Harbour.
They say they’re undermining the recovery of tourism in the city.
Editor’s note: This is the first in a three-part series of editorials on major changes proposed at the Oceano Dunes, which includes the state’s most visited off-road recreation area.
The St. Patrick's Way is a one-week trek through Northern Ireland's most dazzling parks, peaks, and coasts, with odes to the trail's namesake saint along the way.
Counties have stepped in to fill the breach, but say the state should pay for lifeguards at its own parks.
After more than a year of advocating to eliminate cigarette butt litter on Folly Beach, the city's council has officially passed a smoking ban.
Of all B.C.’s economic sectors impacted by COVID-19, you could argue tourism and hospitality has been hit the hardest.
During its March 1 meeting, the Kitty Hawk Town Council voted 4 to1 to approve a survey of Hurdle Street, an undeveloped “paper” street that the town is eyeing as a potential site for beach access parking, which some officials say is woefully needed in the municipality.
A half-century ago, William D. Talbert III arrived in South Florida and launched a decades-long career in tourism management and promotion. Fifty years later, the hospitality industry and its marquee properties, though now stalled by the pandemic, are still arguably tops on the planet.
Before Covid, ‘tourism was at this point where everything was about tourists.’ With the one-year anniversary of travel’s collapse, the state, like other overtouristed places, is hoping for a reset.
As a result of the governor’s decision Tuesday to lift the state’s mask mandate and all restrictions tied to capacity, the news comes as a double-edged sword that’s positive financially, but at the cost of less power for Texas businesses.
Cape Hatteras National Seashore (Seashore) and Wright Brothers National Memorial had the highest levels of visitation in January 2021 than any other January on record.
As locals and tourists head to some Wilmington-area beaches this summer, they will be paying for parking for the first time.
However, Florida grabbed the No. 1 spot.