As so many warmer coastal climates have docks and boating areas they are a natural hotspot for cafes, bars and restaurants to reside. Immense footfall from holiday makers and locals contribute to busy seaside bars. But now the UK is adopting a similar model, even if our weather is something to be desired.
Popular seaside towns like Brighton and Weymouth have always been a popular destination for UK holiday makers, but now we are seeing a spike in dockside bars and restaurants in coastal towns along the Welsh coast and South England coastlines.
With a falling pound and uncertainty in our economy more and more UKers are opting to holiday at home. This is a great boost for our local economies and in particular, seaside towns.
Cafes, bars and restaurants that are lucky enough to be positioned on our coasts are enjoying more business as a result.
It’s not only bars and cafes that are enjoying a spike in business. Boat trip operators, marine companies, yacht management companies and diving schools are reporting growth across the summer of 2016.
So, Brexit may be a tenuous subject but some businesses are already enjoying huge financial benefits.
Ok, Barcelona NQ isn’t be the sea but we still want to see our industries grow and blossom.
By the way, if you’re in Manchester any time soon and want kick ass coffee or delicious hot meal please drop in and see us. If you mention this blog post we’ll even through you a 10% discount!