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The occupancy of tourist homes on the coast falls below 90% in August

Date: May 26, 2024 Time: 08:29:48

Blow for Spanish tourism in the month of August. According to a study carried out by Rentalia, the vacation platform of the Idealista real estate portal, the occupation of tourist homes in these national areas fell to 84.3% for the month of August. This drop is compared to the 90.9% that was set in 2022, in the midst of the recovery of the post-pandemic industry from the coronavirus.

The analysis, which takes into account the availability of tourist homes less than 15 kilometers from a Spanish beach, places Mallorca at the head of occupancy with 99.5% of the places reserved for August. It is followed by other destinations such as Menorca (97.3%), the coast of Malaga (91%), Lanzarote (90.8%) and Asturias (90%).

Below 90% of reserved tourist homes are the coasts of the provinces of Barcelona (89.4%), Girona (87.5%), Castellón (86%), Alicante (85.8%), Tarragona ( 85%), Murcia (84.8%) or Almería (84.6%). Below the national average are the coasts of Cantabria (83.7%), the provinces of Cádiz (83.5%), Pontevedra (82.3%) or La Coruña (80.3%).

The greatest availability for August is in the province of Huelva, which only has an occupancy of 44.6%, followed by the coast of Tenerife with 72.8% and the province of Valencia with 75.8%. On just four coasts the occupancy level of tourist homes has increased: Asturias, Murcia, Pontevedra and Lanzarote. On the contrary, the largest year-on-year drop has occurred in those of Huelva, Valencia, Girona and Alicante.

In the case of inland tourism, the occupancy of rural houses for August stands at 89.7%, according to Rentalia, which points out that the offer continues to recover and approach pre-covid figures after an abnormally extraordinary summer such as that of 2022.

The cheapest beaches to rent

According to another study by Fotocasa, Los Bateles (Cádiz), San Miguel (Almería) and La Orilla (Cádiz) are the cheapest beaches to rent housing. There is a difference of 34.88 euros per square meter between the most expensive and cheapest beach in Spain. The one that requires the most outlay is Playa de Talamanca (44.58 euros per square meter) in Ibiza, which stands out from the 9.7 euros per square meter that are requested in Los Bateles.

If you opt for buying instead of renting, the cheapest beaches are located in the province of La Coruña: Caranza (619 euros per square meter), Bestarruza (642 euros per square meter) and A Concha (755 euros per square meter). ) ) ).

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Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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