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Bundoran is a town on the coast of County Donegal, part of the Province of Ulster in Ireland. Attractions include a beach/seafront, golf course and swimming pool with flumes. The town is located on the N15 road near Ballyshannon approximately 3 and a half hours drive from Dublin but this has decreased with the opening of a new inner relief road in Sligo.
Varigotti, an appreciated and characteristic seaside holiday destination in Finale Ligure.
Noordwijk aan Zee
Noordwijk is a coastal twin town surrounded by extensive dunes and bulb fields. The high quality seaside resort Noordwijk aan Zee ("N. at Sea") has a sandy beach of 13 km, two prestigious seafront boulevards, a range of recreation facilities, restaurants and hotels from one to five stars, conference facilities, luxury villas and apartments and the inevitable bars and discotheques.
Llangrannog (otherwise Llangranog) is a small, coastal village and seaside resort in Ceredigion, Wales, seven miles south of New Quay. According to the United Kingdom Census 2001, the population of Llangrannog was then 772 people. Also, the census reveals that 51.8% of the population speak Welsh fluently, with the highest percentage of speakers being in the 15-19 age group, where 100% are able to speak Welsh.
Silvi is an Italian commune in the province of Teramo, about 15 km north of Pescara, in the Abruzzo region of central Italy. It stretches from Silvi Marina, a small seaside resort on the Adriatic Coast, to Silvi Paese up in the hills.
Scarborough with its blue flag for the North Bay beach makes a perfect family holiday destination. History, heritage and all the usual seaside fun are to be had in what was the UK first seaside resort.
Skegness is a thriving resort on the East Coast of England. Skegness once extended much further out to sea and the coastline has suffered erosion over many years though it is now gaining ground. We know that the area has been occupied since before Roman times. Roman pottery can be found today on the shore, it makes a change from collecting sea shells! Salt was manufactured along much of the low lying coast of Lincolnshire in Roman times and evidence of their working sites and even artifacts bearing their fingerprints can still be found today.
Great Yarmouth, often known to locals as Yarmouth, is a coastal town in Norfolk, England. It has been a seaside resort since 1760, and is the gateway from the Norfolk Broads to the sea.
Ahuriri is a thriving seaside village in Napier. Ahuriri was one of the earliest settled areas of Napier. Today it is a popular tourist destination offering everything from beachlife to waterfront restaurants, art galleries and boutique stores.
Eastbourne is a seaside village, 24km harbour-side drive or 20 minute ferry ride from Wellington which boasts excellent restaurants, unique speciality shops and art galleries.