- Two of Africa’s coastal destinations are listed in the top ten of the world’s most avoided places for vacations. The coastal towns are located in Egypt and Tunisia and ranked 4th and 6th respectively.
According to Zoover - one of the largest holiday review websites in Europe – El Quesir in Egypt and Borj Cedria in Tunisia are amongst a list of 10 coastal destinations that are best avoided.
El Quesir is located on the East Coast of Egypt, while Borj Cedria is located East of the Capital Tunis. Both places are slammed for lack of interest areas to visit as well and unclean and polluted beaches.
The world’s worst destinations have been listed as in August, millions of Europeans head for the coast to enjoy a beach vacation. “Many popular coastal destinations have a mediocre beach. Often they are also messy, ugly or boring,” Zoofer concludes.
Other places listed in the top ten are: Playa Paraiso, Tenerife Spain; Qawra, Malta; San Agustin, Gran Canaria, Spain; Costa del Silencio Tenerife Spain; Psalidi Kos Greece; Sliema Malta; Anissaras Kreta Greece; and Beldibi in Turkey.
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