attractive "to" or attractive "for"

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In the following sentence, the writer used "for" after "attractive" , but I think "to" is more common:

 

Many of these areas possess tourism value and are especially attractive for nature-lovers.

 

Can anyone tell which one is correct?

asked Sep 07 '11 at 15:03 CF LOK New member

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 Many of these areas possess tourism vaule and are especiall attractive to nature-lovers

link comment answered Sep 07 '11 at 20:42 Deborah Daniels New member
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Many of these areas possess tourism value and are especially attractive to nature-lovers.

link comment answered Sep 07 '11 at 20:43 Deborah Daniels New member
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Attractive to, should be the correct form.

link comment answered Sep 07 '11 at 20:52 Jeff Jr Kamah New member
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to is the right anwser

link comment answered Sep 08 '11 at 12:39 Helen New member
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I think it is attractive to

link comment answered Sep 07 '11 at 20:41 Virginia Busso New member
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Many of these areas possess tourism value and are especially attractive to nature-lovers.

link comment answered Sep 07 '11 at 20:43 Deborah Daniels New member
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Arrtactive to :-) Should be right :-)

link comment answered Sep 07 '11 at 21:27 Nina Dibb New member
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to is correct than for

link comment answered Sep 08 '11 at 15:15 Nibandha Poudel New member

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