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NOUN1   a seaside resort | seaside resorts
NOUN2   a (seaside) resort | (seaside) resorts
seaside resort {noun}
морски курорт {м}
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Translation for 'seaside resort' from English to Bulgarian

seaside resort {noun}
морски курорт {м}туриз.
Usage Examples English
  • After the First World War the village started to develop into a seaside resort.
  • As domestic holidays have declined and Hayling's prominence as a traditional English seaside resort have followed in parallel, the population only swells by approximately 20%–25% (English Tourist Board estimate, 2001).
  • By the 20th-century it attracted visitors as a seaside resort town.
  • On the Jordanian side, nine international franchises have opened seaside resort hotels near the King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Center, along with resort apartments, on the eastern shore of the Dead Sea.
  • Newcastle is a popular seaside resort and attracts visitors from elsewhere in Ireland and from overseas.
  • Wyk is a popular German seaside resort. There is no bridge or causeway connecting Föhr and the mainland, so ferries are the only connection.
  • The traditional seaside resort on the Kvarner Gulf is known for its Mediterranean climate and its historic buildings reminiscent of the Austrian Riviera.
  • Morecambe took his stage name from his home town, the seaside resort of Morecambe in Lancashire.
  • The network of urban transport, operated by START Romagna, includes 13 urban bus lines, nine suburban bus lines, as well as two lines connecting Rimini city centre with the nearby seaside resort of Riccione: a trolleybus line and since November 2019, the Metromare bus rapid transit line.
  • Arsuz is a seaside resort that is mostly frequented by Antakya and İskenderun residents.
  • Hove (...) is a seaside resort in East Sussex, England. It is one of the two main parts of the city of Brighton and Hove, along with Brighton.
  • Andy tells Red that one day "Peter Stevens" will own a small seaside resort hotel in Zihuatanejo, Mexico.
  • Southsea is a seaside resort and a geographic area of Portsmouth, Portsea Island in England.
  • Royan, popular for its extensive beaches and attractions, is one of the most famous seaside resort of atlantic coast.
  • Southsea is Portsmouth's seaside resort, which was named after Southsea Castle.
  • Peto's railway enabled Lowestoft to become a flourishing seaside holiday resort; much of Peto's seaside resort in south Lowestoft still exists, including the Grade II listed Kirkley Cliff and Wellington Esplanade terraces.
  • Other rallies started between the wars included Britain's RAC Rally (1932) and Belgium's "Liège-Rome-Liège" or just Liège, officially called "Le Marathon de la Route" (1931), two events of radically different character; the former a gentle tour between cities from various start points, "rallying" at a seaside resort with a series of manoeuvrability and car control tests; the latter a thinly disguised road race over some of Europe's toughest mountain roads.
  • Brighton (...) is a seaside resort and one of the two main areas of the City of Brighton and Hove in the county of East Sussex, England. It is located [...] south of London.
  • There are seaside resorts in Yorkshire with sandy beaches; Scarborough is Britain's oldest seaside resort dating back to the spa town-era in the 17th century, while Whitby has been voted as the United Kingdom's best beach, with a "postcard-perfect harbour".
  • It is a civil parish, seaside resort, regional centre for aerospace industries with a spaceport, and a fishing port on the North Atlantic coast of Cornwall, approximately [...] north of Truro and [...] west of Bodmin.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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