Most popular seaside holiday activities in England 2012

This statistic ranks activites pursued during overnight seaside holidays in England in 2012, by trips. Sightseeing on foot was carried out on 5.4 million seaside trips that year. This activity tied for first with "just relaxing."

Activities carried out on overnight holiday stays at the seaside in England in 2012

Trips in millions
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Source

Release date

January 2013

Region

United Kingdom (England)

Survey time period

2012

Number of respondents

100,000 respondents

Method of interview

Face-to-face interview

Supplementary notes

* The source specifies: "Interviewing is carried out every week of the year using a face-to-face methodology. Annually, some 100,000 respondents are contacted, and any who have returned from an overnight trip within the past four weeks are asked to describe the details of that trip."
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