Top 5 Classic Seaside Places to Go for Travelling on 2014 Summer Vacation


Parents go out of their way to travel with their kids. Good ideas include sightseeing, as well as viewing scenic spots and historical sites that have both beautiful sceneries and profound cultural deposits for children to learn. Now hot summer is in full swing, going to cool summer resorts is also a rational option. However, when considering where are best to go in summer travel season, people have many factors to think about, such as whether it is the off season in that spot, whether to go abroad, how about the weather condition and consumption. People are looking for relaxation, fun and socializing, as well as ideal places for a happy and cool parent-child journey in this summer which is why my top 5 classic seaside places picks for this summer are sure to hit the spot.

Note: No matter which place you decide to go for summer vacation travel with your family or lover, please do not forget to take digital products, including camera (mini-camcorder is better), iPad and cell phone with you to record and freeze-frame the memorable moments. Do Not Forget to Record and Back up the Travel Videos!!

After you turn back from your trip, you can play these videos with DVD Player, or burn Sony/Canon/JVC/Panasonic HD camcorder videos you took in summer journey to DVDs free with DVD Creator. Xinfire Video Converter Ultimate can help you convert your (HD) travel videos MOD/MTS to MP4, MKV, AVI, FLV, WMV, MPEG, MOV, QuickTime HD videos, etc. You can also use it to convert in batch multiple video files at one time, and convert videos to videos that can be recognized by iPhone, iPad/iPad Mini, Samsung Galaxy S4/Note, and other portable devices to share with your friends and family.

1. Brighton

The first thing you need to do is join the crowds and head to the seaside. And, at just 40 minutes away by train, the obvious choice is Brighton. First on your itinerary should be Brighton Pier for a ride on the fairground – try the Turbo Coaster and Crazy Mouse rollercoasters, followed by a pointless attempt to win teddies in the arcade. When the sun starts setting, there’s only one way to end a perfect day trip –  head back to the pier, grab a bag of traditional fish n chips from Harry Ramsden’s and eat them on the beach with a few tinnies. Textbook summer day out.

2. Blackpool

Anyone living in England has to have at least one summer holiday in Blackpool, come rain or shine. Hit the the famous Pleasure Beach and go for a ride on the rollercoasters (try the Big One and its 63-metre drop, the tallest in the UK), the tower (a poor man’s Eiffel), plus it’s also obligatory to ride on a donkey, smiling goofily for the camera with a melting ice cream in your hand. Yes, even if you’re over the age of ten. Pick up some stripy rock to eat on the way home, too.

3. Maldives

One of the world’s most geographically dispersed full of islands and located on the Chagos-Maldives-Laccadive Ridge. It consists of 1,192 coral islands grouped in a double chain of 26 atolls, along the north-south direction, spread over roughly 90,000 square kilometers. With an average ground level of 1.5 meters above sea level, it is the planet’s lowest country. Two seasons dominate Maldives’ weather: the dry season associated with the winter northeastern monsoon and the rainy season which brings strong winds and storms.

4. Bournemouth

Arguably one of the most beautiful beaches in England, Bournemouth’s  seven miles of yellow sand is the ideal place to spend a hot weekend. Don’t forget to bring an enormous hamper packed with potato salad, melted chocolate biscuits and tinfoil-wrapped tuna-mayo sarnies (these are the key components of an authentic British picnic) to eat on the beach. And don’t leave without posing for a cheesy picture by the giant deckchair sculpture. Facebook gold.

5. Provence (PACA)

It is a geographical region and historical province in France and a must-go place for anyone in search of happiness and romance. It is honored as Lavender Hometown and is also surrounded by fields, rape or wheat. The blossom season of lavender is from May to October, and the best months for flower viewing are June and July, in the summer vacation period. And you can even drink wine there while appreciating the purple flower sea. Don’t forget to record the beautiful scenery with your HD camcorder as a cherished memory.