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13:51

Local

Tourism figures fall on the Costa del Sol in July for the first time since 2012

Pilar Martínez

As the summer comes to a close and industry analysts draw their conclusions from the latest tourism statistics, it has become clear that the record-breaking figures of 2017 were exceptional and difficult to equal. The July figures published by the ... INE (National Statistics Institute) show that on the Costa del Sol the steep growth the tourism industry has experienced in the last three years has come to a halt. Sales of luxury goods have slowed this season in Marbella The latest Frontur ... tourists spent 11.7 billion euros in July, down 0.9% on the same month in 2017. The average spend per tourist per stay was 1,177 euros, up 4.2%, and the average spend per day was up 9.5% to 152 euros. Accommodation The decline in tourism figures has

16:20

Opinion

The bubble deflates

Pilar Martínez

We've reached the point where we can stop using the word 'record' in every headline. The minus sign has appeared in front of the most important tourism statistics on the Costa del Sol at the height of summer, after three consecutive years of ... record-breaking figures and unusual growth for such a well-established tourist area. The first decline in tourism on the Costa del Sol since the financial crisis confirms that the vigorous upturn over the last few years was just part of a bubble that is starting ... on loan from rival destintions are stillchoosing the Costa del Sol - for the time being. However the situation could have been worse had the tourism industry on the Costa del Sol not won back its Spanish tourists, who in recent years had turned

16:45

Local

Beach businesses say jellyfish have disrupted their summer

FRANCISCO JIMÉNEZ

“A lot of groups who had booked a trip are cancelling. Many other call before they come to ask, and if there are [jellyfish] they don’t come,” said an employee of Educare Aventuras, an active tourism firm that offers kayak excursions, paddle surf and ... the president of the Tourism Council at the Andalusian Business Confederation (CEA), Miguel Sánchez. The organisation, whose members are hoteliers, travel agents and tour operators, will be seeking meetings with central, regional and local authorities

14:58

Opinion

Tourism rules

Rachel Haynes

Tourism is what makes the world go round - or at least what makes us go round the world - and even the most virtual of virtual technologies is not going to stop millions of people packing their cases for a welcome change of scenery. We've now hit ... the peak season on the Costa del Sol and much of the news coming through is related to the huge industry that keeps the wheels of southern Spain turning. Tourism is a word that almost types itself in the SUR newsroom, and could rightly plead to be

15:41

Local

"The holiday rental sector is a business model which can't be stopped"

Héctor Barbotta

In the past, he has been Georgia's ambassador to Spain and three other countries, but since January this year Zurab Pololikashvili has been the head of the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO). Now aged 41, his CV is impressive and he speaks seven ... languages, as we found out when we spoke to him during a private visit he made to the Villa Padierna hotel. In recent years tourism has been under threat from terrorism and many destinations have been hit by attacks. The threat appears to have reduced now. ... The last attack was in Barcelona, a year ago. In some countries the number of visitors dropped by about 40 or 50 per cent after the terrorist attacks, and they were countries for whom tourism is the most important part of their economy. It is a good

13:22

Local

Torremolinos hosts Moroccan tourism festival

Tony Bryant

...pearl between the sea and the desert'. Organised by the Regional Council of Tourism of Dakhla, in collaboration with the National Office of Tourism of Morocco and Torremolinos town hall, the festival was held in the gardens of the Pablo Ruiz Picasso ... historical significance that constitute an important archaeological heritage of the region. The main economic activity of the city is fishing and tourism. In recent years, Dakhla has become a centre for aquatic sports.

12:20

Local

Andalusian MEP warns of "difficult and dangerous" times ahead for the Costa tourism industry

Tony Bryant

Torremolinos and was chaired by the town's mayor, José Ortiz. The talk focused on the possible effect Brexit could have on the town's tourism and hotel industry, and its large British expat community. The meeting, which was attended by travel agencies, hotel ... ahead. Mayor Ortiz shared the concerns expressed by the tourism sector, with fears that the UK becoming a third country (non-European) would result in British citizens needing to obtain visas to enter Spain and the other member countries of the EU. ... continues after Brexit. Both tourism and the expat community are very important for the town's commerce," he said. Clara Aguilera concluded by saying: "We still don't know the full effect Brexit will have, but we know that it will not be easy. At the

10:12

Local

Malaga airport has already been used by more passengers this year than in all 2015

Pilar Martínez

The statistics regarding activity at Malaga airport are the best way of gauging how tourism is evolving, and that in turn is a sign of the state of health of the province’s principal industry. The busy month of October, when the number of passengers ... regularly to the province for her work, which is associated with tourism, and in fact that was the reason she came to Malaga this week. Salvador Merino also seemed ‘very happy’ about the fact that the airport is experiencing such significant growth in

21:43

Local

Marbella seeks high-spending tourists on mayor's trip to New York

H. BARBOTTA / M. PÉREZ

The town hall in Marbella has been targeting travel organisations in the United States to boost its image as a destination for upmarket tourism in both the luxury holiday and business travel sectors. On a visit to New York last week, mayor of ... industry with particular emphasis on intelligent tourism and business travel. The mayor explained the lifestyle advantages of Marbella to the American market in her meeting with Carol Kremnis, editor of the company's publication. "The latest studies ... carried out by Skift show that users are not just interested in the quality of the tourism offered in a destination, but also the experiences during their stay," added the mayor, saying that Skift was a useful platform to promote Marbella on.