British tourists flocking to beaches in Spain in the wake of the Tunisia terror attacks

July 23, 2015 11:47 am

 

People sunbathe at Levante Beach in Benidorm, . Photo / Getty Images

Huge numbers of British tourists are flocking to beaches in Spain in the wake of the terror attacks.
Thousands of families on summer holidays are hitting the beach at the seaside resort of Benidorm, on Spain’s east coast.

In the wake of the Tunisia terror attack people flock to Levante Beach in Benidorm, Spain. Photo / Getty Images
In the wake of the Tunisia terror attack people flock to Levante Beach in Benidorm, Spain. Photo / Getty Images
The mass shooting in Tunisia in June has left British tourists seeking alternative holiday destinations.

Thousands are heading to Spain for summer holidays. Photo / Getty Images
Thousands are heading to Spain for summer holidays. Photo / Getty Images
According to the Daily Mail,
Spain has set a new record for visitors, with 29.2 million descending
on the country in the six months to June, 4.2 per cent more than the
same period in 2014.

Spain has seen a significant increase in tourist numbers. Photo / Getty Images
Spain has seen a significant increase in tourist numbers. Photo / Getty Images

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