Scots are the bid spenders when it comes to holiday accessories, according to a new survey. Including pre-holiday purchases of food and drink consumed while away, the Scots spend more on their holidays than anyone else in the United Kingdom. They topped the list for spending on souvenirs and duty frees as well as car hire and toiletries and medications. The survey carried out by the UK financial services company Goldfish found that Scots spend an average of £1'180.30 against the UK average of £901.30 per person. The biggest buyers of new clothes for holidays are Yorkshire tourists, while those from the North East of England splash out the most on suntan lotions and alcoholic drinks.