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11:14

Local

Cautious optimism on the Costa del Sol as the UK announces roadmap for travel

Pilar Martínez

The UK government's Global Travel Taskforce will also reconvene to issue a report by 12 April recommending exactly how international trips can resume safely. Naturally this news from the UK has come as a boost for the tourism industry on the Costa ... del Sol. President of the Tourism Council of the Andalusian Business Confederation (CEA), Miguel Sanchez, said that this has generated "enthusiasm and hope that companies can begin to recover activity and employment". Raúl González, CEO for Europe, ... takes off from there it will be very significant. We hope that the revival in the British market will be swift." For Malaga airport, British tourism represents almost 30 per cent of travellers. A similar proportion applies for the hotel sector, which

13:42

National

Junta claims 'there are means' to promote safe tourism but criticises a lack of government 'will'

EUROPA PRESS

The vice-president of the Junta de Andalucía and regional minister of tourism, Juan Marín, has said this Wednesday (24 February) that "there are more than enough means" thanks to technology to promote safe tourism in the coming months despite the ... pandemic, but believes that "political will" is lacking in the central government of Spain to promote these tools. In an interview on Canal Sur Televisión, Marín has said that he has asked the national minister of tourism, Reyes Maroto, for "a coordination ... tourism." He highlighted that holiday booking enquiries, especially from British tourists, "are skyrocketing". "They have grown more than 600 per cent in a single week to come to Andalucía for Easter and summer." Jet2.com bookings soar 600 per cent

20:41

Travel

Travel is dead! Long live travel!

Andrew Forbes

...hotels, expensive PCR tests, and controversial vaccine passports have all combined to create the perfect storm that has battered travel and tourism. Even the most optimistic now recognise that international travel might never be the same. With countries ... Despite the significant impact of these unprecedented restrictions (felt especially in tourism-dependent regions like Malaga province) they have been tolerated. As citizens in a wider community, we accept them as necessary sacrifices to protect national ... health services and most importantly the vulnerable members of our societies. Testing times Beyond the economic impact upon all the households that relied on tourism income, it can be argued that there is a social cost of banning leisure travel too.

12:49

Local

Local tourism figures paint a desperate picture after a year of pandemic

Pilar Martínez

An examination of Andalusian tourism after a year of the pandemic shows a sector on artifical ventilation which needs a drastic rescue plan to survive. Among other reasons, because behind every statistic there is a story, a company and a large ... so few tourists, according to the 2020 report by the Tourism Committee of the Confederation of Businesses in Andalucía (CEA). The figures show that last year the region only received 41 per cent of the number of tourists who came in 2019, which ... means there were 13.4 million fewer visitors. Of these, 85 per cent were from Spain and elsewhere in the EU and international markets. They didn't stay as long as usual and spent six per cent less. This meant that income from tourism dropped by between

14:58

LifeStyle

A 21st-century homage to Catalonia

Jennie Rhodes

When the coronavirus pandemic all but closed down the country, long-term Barcelona resident and Spanish Civil War tour guide, Nick Lloyd, had to rethink his day job. Nick, who is originally from Stockport, started his Spanish Civil War walking tour

13:36

Local

Barceló hotel group announces plans to increase its presence on the Costa del Sol

Pilar Martínez

In the midst of a worldwide tourism crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic the Barceló Hotel Group has announced several exciting new projects to expand their presence on the Costa del Sol. Raúl González, the company’s CEO for Europe, the Middle ... there has not been a worse crisis in tourism,” he has called for direct aid to the sector, cuts in local taxes and measures to encourage demand. “We are working to make the company stronger,” he said, after outlining a plan to reposition assets, which ... will begin with the summer and said that the recovery of occupancy and prices will depend on the type of hotel, the location and the greater or lesser dependence on international tourism. “Some will recover before others. Some will do so in 2022 and

18:06

Gibraltar

Upper Rock attractions reopen after Covid-19 closures

Debbie Bartlett

Most of Gibraltar's attractions reopened last week following the coronavirus lockdown, including the famous cable car. The Nature Reserve and Upper Rock attractions are open from 9am to 7.15pm, and the Skywalk is open from 9am to 9pm. Visitors

18:26

National

Junta's Tourism chief announces the date he hopes things will start to 'take off' in Andalucía

EUROPA PRESS

The vice president of the Junta de Andalucía and the regional Minister of Tourism, Juan Marín, has said that he would love for the tourism sector to start 'taking off' at Easter, starting with mobility between regions. But he cautioned that we ... must be " very prudent" due to the situation of the pandemic. During a press conference in Seville, Marín pointed out that the possibility of mobility between regions during Holy Week would undoubtedly reactivate the tourism sector. However, Marín ... Andalucía is prepared so that as soon as mobility limitations are eased, its tourism sector can begin to "take off quickly". He stated that the growth forecasts in the sector this year are to welcome 22 million visitors to the region, compared to 13