Introvert personalities are more likely to pick mountainous locations for a holiday, while extroverts prefer the beach

A new study found that introverts and extroverts pick vacations very differently. While extroverts most commonly aim for beaches and other sunny, crowded places, introverts tended to pick mountainous, lonely regions. This should come as no surprise, as the whole meaning of being extroverted is gaining energy and happiness from being around many people, while being introverted means you gain energy and happiness from being alone or with close acquaintances. Introverts also tended to pick colder vacation spots than extroverts.