Dorset is the second sunniest place in the UK and its mild winters have few days with frost or snow. This attracts holidaymakers and people who want to move to a warm place. Also the high environmental quality makes people come because it is attractive and is only a few miles away from the UK’s first area of World Heritage Coat (Jurassic Coast). This attracts tourists and people who would like to see the attractive coastline, which follows on to the Jurassic Coast. The accessibility is also very good.
People are also attracted to Bournemouth due to its high environmental quality. Bournemouth has nice and attractive coastal environments that are near World Heritage coasts. This would attract people toward the area because it will be well conserved by the government. Bournemouths economic boom has lead to an increase in the number of job opportunities available in the service sector, such as banking, finance and tourism. This is obviously attractive to anybody who wants a job and doesn’t mind living/moving to a coastal town.
To begin, during the “tourist season”, the economy of St. Thomas thrives. “Tourist season” is generally the months of September to December. During those months, there are a higher number of cruise ships that visit the island. Those cruise ships bring lots of people who explore the island and of course spend money during their visit. Most people spend money at local stores and buy souvenirs so they can remember their visit.
Warm beaches and plenty of fun. Last summer on Memorial weekend my friends and I packed up and took a trip to Miami Beach, Florida. The excitement of the strip and relaxation of the beach allured me to this vacation spot. I was looking for an entertaining and relaxing way to spend the hot days of summer. Miami Beach had plenty to offer, for me and my friends.