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It's the summer tourist season again, but do you know which places the British love to go on vacation in summer? Because of the climate, British summer is very short, so in summer, British people like to go to sunny tropical islands and seaside vacations.
The types of vacations in Spain are also very diverse. There are islands, beaches, and sightseeing cities to meet the needs of people of all ages and hobbies.
The Mediterranean islands of Ibiza and Mallorca are famous for their wild parties, drinking, dance halls and nightclubs, which are very popular with young people.
The Canary Islands, a Spanish territory off the west coast of Africa, has a mild climate all year round and is also one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK, especially for family vacations.
Not to mention those Spanish cities full of culture, you can feel the culture, art, history, food and scenery of Spain in Madrid, Barcelona and other towns.
Greece is also another place known for island vacations, surrounded by the Aegean Sea, the Ionian Sea, and the Mediterranean Sea. There are more than 200 inhabited islands in Greece.
Like Spain, a holiday to Greece is about enjoying the sun, islands and beaches while exploring thousands of years of history, ruins and myths in Athens and beyond.
There are so many islands in Greece with different scenery. For example, the islands in the east are close to Turkey, and you can feel the obviously different Middle Eastern style. The largest island in the south, Crete, benefits from the warm wind from Africa.
And in Mykonos and Santorini in the Aegean Sea, you can admire the Greek island architecture with white walls and blue roofs.
France is the continental European country closest to the UK. Although the British and the French don't always get along, the French style has always had a market in the UK.
France has mountains and seas, as well as food and wine. People who like sightseeing, art and culture can go to big cities like Paris; families with children can go to Paris Disneyland; people who like nature and outdoor activities can go to the Alps Cycling or hiking, you can enjoy the rural scenery of mountain villages and charming seaside towns such as Nice and Cannes in Provence and the Cote d'Azur
Portugal is also one of the popular places to attract British people for summer vacation, especially the southernmost Algarve region, as well as Lisbon, Porto and other places.
The Algarve region in the south is famous for its beautiful coast, facing the Atlantic Ocean, it is slightly cooler than the Mediterranean resorts in summer, and there are relatively fewer tourists, so you can enjoy a little more leisure time.
The Algarve's stunning beaches are the biggest attraction. There are more than 150 beaches for you to choose from. Some are secluded and out of the world, some are suitable for surfing, and some can see limestone cliffs, blue water and Golden sand.
Britons who want to go to the Mediterranean for vacation and have a relatively generous budget can choose Italy, where there are fewer package tours and the price is slightly higher.
There are many high-end resort hotels in Sardinia and Sicily in Italy, and many hotels have their own exclusive beaches to meet the needs of socialites to maintain privacy.
You can also see many private luxury yachts moored in offshore waters on Mediterranean islands or coastal towns.
Britons who don't go to the island can choose to go to the Amalfi Coast (Amalfi Coast) to experience the stunning beauty of Italy's blue Mediterranean and coastal mountain towns.
Malta is a Mediterranean island country located in the south of Italy. British people who come to Malta for holidays can enjoy the warm climate and beaches of the Mediterranean Sea, but feel that they are in the UK. There are many British shops, and the locals also speak English, which is not found in other southern European countries.
British people want to go to the Mediterranean for vacation, and then go to Turkey or Cyprus, where there are many options for package travel and the price is relatively cheap, but the flight time is a little longer.
In addition, Turkey's seaside resorts, as well as Cyprus, offer British holidaymakers sun, beaches and good wine.
Several of the islands more popular with the British include Antigua, Barbados, and Dominica, as well as Jamaica, Cuba, and the Bahamas.
This isolated island has crystal clear blue water, white sandy beaches, and most importantly, absolute privacy. The island is a no-fly zone and there are only 100 holiday villas on the island.
A little further from the Caribbean Sea is Florida, the Sunshine State of the United States, which is also one of the favorite holiday destinations for the British.
Orlando, Florida is known as the theme park capital with Disneyland, Universal Studios, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and a favorite for British families with children.
A little south is Miami. In Miami, which is full of Latin flavor, there are various water sports, fashionable men and women, various shops, bars and restaurants, and the nightlife is also colorful.
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