English version

sea air

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsea airsea ˈair noun [uncountable]  the air near the sea, which is considered to be clean, fresh, and good for your health
Examples from the Corpus
sea airThat was back when our unofficial city aroma was strong coffee and sea air, not urine.After the stale fug in the tiny cabin, she gulped down the clean sea air, the car window wide open.Hunger and a need for sea air drove Ruth down to the Puerto de Pollensa.A few days of sea air would not hurt them.Nothing ever really dried out now that it was so thoroughly impregnated by salt sea air.Near the coast also the sea air reduces the cold of late winter and spring.He gave me to understand that the bamboo beetle would soon be killed off by the sea air.Swore the sea air was doing his health good.
Pictures of the day
Do you know what each of these is called?
Click on the pictures to check.