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These are the destinations in Spain where it will be more difficult to book this summer

Date: October 4, 2023 Time: 19:10:30

The summer holidays are just around the corner and reservations for tourist homes have grown by an average of 82% compared to last year, according to a report carried out by Rentalia and published by Europa Press. Thus, at the end of May, seven out of ten tourist homes located less than 15 kilometers from a beach are already reserved for the month of August, while on these dates last year the reservation forecast for August 2022 it was 80%.

Castellón is the destination in which the reservations of homes near the beach have risen the most in a year, going from an occupancy level of 63% last year to 72% this year. They are followed by increases in the coast of Lanzarote (from 76% to 85%), the coast of Cantabria (from 68% to 72%), the coast of Almería (from 74% to 77%), the coast of Pontevedra (from 72% to 74%) and the coast of A Coruña (from 69% to 71%), while the coast of Mallorca remains stable at 97%, the same as Asturias (74%).

Lower and higher level of reserves

The rest of the coasts analyzed in the Rentalia study have a lower level of reserves than a year ago. The greatest drop in the level of occupancy occurred on the Tarragona coast, going from 86% to 67%. They are followed by the coast of Girona (from 86% to 73%), the coast of Alicante (from 87% to 76%), the coast of Malaga (from 88% to 80%), the coast of Huelva (from 50% to 43%), the coast of Cádiz (from 80% to 74%) and the coast of Tenerife (from 67% to 63%).

The smallest falls in reserves have occurred on the coast of Menorca, going from 88% to 84%, followed by the coast of the Region of Murcia (from 73% to 71%), the coast of Barcelona (from 75% to ​​​​72%) and the coast of Valencia (from 77% to 75%).

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

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