Soaring temperatures may signal the decline of summer holidays to the Mediterranean

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Tourists are choosing milder destinations such as Ireland and Denmark as the heatwave over southern Europe leads to sea temperatures of up to 30c in Spain

Repeated heatwaves and growing fears about the climate crisis may spell the beginning of the end for the Mediterranean as a holiday destination, according to a report published by the European Travel Commission.

“Mediterranean destinations have seen a 10% drop in visitors aiming to travel there from last year,” the report says. “On the contrary, destinations like the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Ireland and Denmark are experiencing a surge in popularity. This can be attributed to travellers seeking out less crowded destinations, and milder temperatures.”

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