The English Riviera

Southern coast of England remains the most popular holiday destination in the whole UK. With average rainfall of 1000mm, it attempts to redefine your understanding of the word 'riviera'.

Torquay, May 2015. Although well equipped, the beach remains empty. 

Palm trees were planted to add an exotic touch in the town. Despite this effort, English Riviera experiences a decline in staying visitors economy each year (according to The South West Research Company).  

Microorganisms from seagull droppings are the main factor of causing beaches unfit for swimmers.

English Riviera advertises itself to 'be famous from its attractive coastline'.

The town attempts to provide an alternative attraction in case of rain. On that day, the Big Wheel was closed. 

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