Cyprus is an amazing country for a beach holiday. A wonderful Mediterranean climate, amazingly clean beaches and a warm sea, a rich excursion program, unique spa programs and national festivals, a wide selection of hotels – from luxurious five-star hotels to fun youth and comfortable family, in short, Cyprus has everything you need to have a great time vacation.
Many sights of various times – from ancient Greek to Roman, from medieval to architectural monuments of the Ottoman Empire – will give history and excursion lovers the routes for wonderful and easy walks. Traditional Cypriot cuisine will appeal to all connoisseurs of Mediterranean traditions, and the national hospitality in Cyprus has been honed for centuries. Continue reading
The legendary Sargosso Sea is now splashing along the shores of Mexican resorts …
Smelly seaweed destroyed beach tourism in Mexico
More precisely, it splashed, and now on the beaches you simply can’t get through the rubble of rotting piles of brown algae. The characteristic sulfuric smell and the disgusting appearance of “grass soup” instead of clean water frightened tourists, making this season a failure in the regions of Tulum, Cancun and Playa del Carmen. Neither millions of investments in cleaning the beaches nor the efforts of the Mexican army helped. Continue reading
Despite the small size of Israel, it is washed by two seas – the Mediterranean and the Red. However, beach vacations in the resorts of this country can be overshadowed by the presence of unpleasant inhabitants of these seas – jellyfish …
Jellyfish season in Israel
In recent years, jellyfish breed as a result of human activity. Technogenic factors lead to an increase in water temperature in the ocean, and fishing leads to a decrease in the population of sea turtles, tuna and other large fish, which are the main enemies of “sea nettle.” Once upon a time in the Mediterranean Sea there were no poisonous jellyfish at all – they always lived in the Indian Ocean. But after the opening of the Suez Canal, a warm current brought jellyfish to the Mediterranean Sea, and since then each year in the summer months these uninvited guests swim to the shores of sea resorts. Continue reading