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Sunday, 28 August 2011

An end to 'binge tourism' in Spain?

Since the introduction of the package holiday in the 1960s when British tourists swapped Scarborough and their buckets and spades for a plane ticket and the Spanish coast, the coastal resorts on the Mediterranean have been a mecca for British tourists trying to find guaranteed sunshine during the summer holidays.

However, during the 1980s British tourists started to get a bad reputation and were given the label 'lager louts' as many resorts became Anglicized serving up full English breakfasts in British themed pubs in an effort to make the most out of the British abroad.

However, are things changing? Read the report on the Independent Website here to find out more

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