From its beaches to its urban centers, Spain is the modern test case for tourism growth and development.
What's the first tourist destination that will be totally ruined by global climate change? Our money is on the Maldives.
Tourism can't be separated from larger challenges in society, no matter how pretty the scenery.
Dr. Beach may have some tolerance for a rip current here and there but he has zero tolerance for cigarette butts and his 2016 best beaches list will reflect his new-found priority. We like his thinking.
If only global climate change wasn't a liberal conspiracy we may have an answer to the cause behind this ...
Something tells us Kim Jong-un is highly proficient at harshing the mellow of even the most chill of surfers.
You can't have booming tourism and a small-town feel without something breaking.
Santa Barbara, California tourism officials are emphasizing that damage from the oil spill is limited to the areas around two state-owned beaches, although the adverse publicity is likely to dissuade a lot of Memorial Day visitors to stay away from a broader swath of the area.
It's surprising that more people haven't moved in to take on Dr. Beach and his relatively data-driven approach to better beaches.
We're not fans of massive development here, but we are fans of homegrown attractions. Dogfish's growth is a success story that's only made Rehoboth look better over the years and drive visits that would otherwise never consider it.