33 years ago storms washed away the beach at the village of Dooagh in Ireland, leaving behind rocks and pebbles. It was not a pretty sight. Tourists stayed away. Hotels and restaurants closed down. Now, suddenly, the beach of golden sand is back.
The Spanish Mediterranean island of Mallorca is particularly popular with German tourists — maybe even too popular, if you talk to some of its residents. How is Mallorca trying to control this "overtourism"?
A beach that was swept away more than 30 years ago from a remote island off the
west coast of Ireland has reappeared after thousands of tons of sand were deposited on top of the rocky coastline.
Seven people have been given life sentences in Tunisia over two deadly attacks in 2015 that killed dozens of people. The attacks were a significant blow to Tunisia's tourism industry.
From Charleston's colonial mansions, to fragile Outer Banks beaches, to exalted centers of American history, the tourism-heavy US East Coast is facing a potentially devastating blow from Hurricane Florence.
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