Spanish tourism on course for record year?
Spanish tourism could be on course for a record year, according to new figures, which show visitors are already up on 2014.
Spain welcomed 22.5 million visitors between January and May 2015, an increase of 5.1 per cent over 2014, according to the country’s Tourism Ministry. The figure includes a record number of long-distance international visitors, who accounted for 6.5 million of the total, up 6.8 per cent on the previous year’s number.
Sales and Marketing Director, comments: “This summer looks set to be a scorcher across the Spanish Costas so far as property prices are concerned, with the Costa del Sol in particular looking like the place to buy. You can get so much for your money right now in Spain. The market has bottomed out and so buyers can take advantage of both the weak euro and current low prices that are tipped to rise substantially over the medium to long term.”
“Marbella continues to attract considerable attention from those looking for the best Costa del Sol properties,” he continues. “The town is known for its stunning beach, great shopping, buzzing nightlife and excellent eateries – and it is a reputation that is well deserved.”