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16.2% of UK holiday purchases in the key January period are to the Balearic Islands, ahead of second place Greece at 15.4% Hotel federation president downplays fall of 3% in Ibiza bookings.
We went looking for an explanation to Ibiza's problems. The results are astonishing and really hit home why the island is struggling to cope.
A total of 3,236,360 tourists graced the Pitiuses with their presence in 2017, 5.7% more than in 2016.
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Those taking in the headlines and not reading the findings will be left with a very negative view of Ibiza's tourism trend.
In 2017 Ibiza search is returning around 65-70% of it's peak in 2014. But San Antonio can take comfort that it's most loyal supporters from Scotland Ireland and Wales are going nowhere.
In June 2016 AENA official statistics show a total of 10,069 arrivals/departures, an average of 336 per day, 1 every 4 minutes.
Ibiza Tourism Figures for 2016 Show a Record High for the Low Countries, but is the German Love Affair Over? National Numbers, Length of Stay, Room Rates
In 2016 to date, 39 women have died in Spain as a result of gender violence.
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The official statistics (FRONTUR) have been announced to the end of October and so giving the earliest and best reflection of the season’s tourism.
The figures were prepared by the Retail Research Centre of Nottingham and show what some may consider a surprising difference in consumerism among different nationalities.
Ibiza Jobs; it's all good on the employment front, figures for the end of season month October show big drop in unemployment & big increase in new contracts
You call that a storm? This is nothing compared to the great mes de tormenta of October 07. For those that love to talk weather, we publish here Ibiza weather record statistics as published by the Spanish weather agency AEMET.
With this seemingly never ending upward trends in Ibiza's Tourism statistics, we ask whether the market should be allowed to dictate when the island has reached its finite achievable numbers, or whether the Government should step in to control Ibiza's visitors at a sustainable level.