Climate change has greatly manifested as a great challenge of the 21st century that demands attention of the wider international community. Communities, governments, and organizations have joined efforts against it. In particular, changes in climate are vital for tourism sector because they rely not only on overage, but also on certain climate features. According to UNWTO, climate defines the length and quality of seasons besides playing a key role in tourist spending and destination choice. In beach resorts, tourism activity and flow of guests have an extricate relationship with the natural environment (Viner & Agnew, 1999).