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1 13 February 213 Non-Hotel Tourist Accommodation Occupancy Survey Year 212. Provisional data Main results In 212, it was registered 11.9 million of overnight stays in non-hotel tourist accommodation (holiday dwellings, campsites and rural tourism accommodation), 1.2% less than in 211. Overnight stays by residents dropped 4.8%, whereas those by nonresidents rose 1.%. Overnight stays in holiday dwellings decreased 1.1%. Travellers resident abroad registered 76.7% of the total number of overnight stays, being Canarias their main destination. In campsites, overnight stays decreased 1.1%. Cataluña was the main destination in this accommodation modality and Holland was the main country of origin. Overnight stays in rural tourism accommodation decreased 2.5%. Travellers resident in Spain registered 77.% of the total number of overnight stays. Illes Balears was the main destination of non-residents. The Holliday Dwellings and Campsites Price Indeces showed a positive annual growth, whereas that of Rural Tourism Accommodation Price Index registered an average drop of.7%. The INE publishes for the first time, independently, an annual summary of the performance of the non-hotel accommodation occupancy surveys (holiday dwellings, campsites and rural tourism accommodation). The information used is based on the annual data of 212, as well as the performance registered for the five last years. 1

2 Performance of the overnight stays in non-hotel accommodation Overnight stays in non-hotel tourist accommodations (holiday dwellings, campsites and rural tourist accommodation) reached the figure of 11.9 millions in 212, with a decrease of 1.2% as compared with the previous year. This variation rate was 6.7 points lower than that registered in 211, when overnight stays increased 5.5%. In 212, overnight stays by resident travellers decreased 4.8%, and those by non-resident travellers increased 1.%. Resident travellers, representing 53.1% of the total, registered 36.4% of the total figure of overnight stays. 62% of the overnight stays was registered in holiday dwellings, 31% in campsites and 7% in rural tourism accommodation. Annual overnight stays in non-hotel accomodation by origin (in millions). Annual serie ,3 97,6 97,7 13,1 11, Residents in Spain Residents abroad Overnight annual growth rate in non-hotel accomodation. Annual serie Residents in Spain Residents abroad Total 2

3 Distribution of overnight stays by modality over total non-hotel accomodation in %. Annual serie 1% % % 4% 2% % Holidays dw elling Campsites Rural tourism Holiday Dwellings Overnight stays in holiday dwellings decreased 1.1% in 212. Overnight stays of residents decreased 6.1% and those of non-residents increased.6%. Of the total overnight stays during the year, 64.6% were accounted for in the months between May and October. Non-resident travellers registered 76.7% of the overnight stays. Overnight annual growth rate in holiday dwellings. Annual serie Residents in Spain Residents abroad Total 3

4 Canarias was the preferred holiday dwelling destination, with 29.8 million overnight stays, 3.2% less than in 211. Illes Balears was the second destination of choice, with more than 9.5 million overnight stays, 1.7% less Distribution of total overnight stays in holiday dwellings by autonomus community of destination in 212 in % Canarias Balears, Illes Comunitat Valenciana Andalucía Cataluña Madrid, Comunidad de Murcia, Región de Rest The Autonomous Communities that registered the greatest variation rates of overnight stays during the year were La Rioja (18.8%), Extremadura (18.1%) and Galicia (12.8%). Conversely, the Autonomous Communities with the greatest negative rates were Principado de Asturias (-21.3%), Cantabria (-13.7%) and Comunidad Foral de Navarra (-13.2%). Overnight stays in holiday dwellings by autonomous community of destination in 212. Annual growth rate Rioja, La 18.1 Extremadura 12.8 Galicia 1.2 Castilla y León 8.4 Andalucía 6.2 Aragón 1.4 País Vasco 1. Cataluña.6 Comunitat Valenciana -1.1 National average -1.7 Balears, Illes -1.8 Murcia, Región de -3.2 Canarias -6.2 Madrid, Comunidad de -9.9 Castilla - La Mancha Navarra, Comunidad Foral de Cantabria Asturias, Principado de

5 The British market consolidated its position as the main country of origin in holiday dwellings, with 16.6 million of overnight stays, 4.8% less than in 211. The following country of origin was Germany, with 8.1 million overnight stays and an annual rate of -1.%. 4 Distribution of the total overnight stays of non-residents in holiday dwellings of de main 11 countries by origin in 212 (%) United Kingdom Germany Netherlands Sweden France Norway Ireland Denmark Italy Finland Belgium Other countries In 212, Norway, Danemark, United States and Sweden registered the most significant growths. The countries of origin that showed the lowest rates were Austria, United Kingdom and Portugal Annual variation rate of overnight stays in holiday dwelling of the 11 main origin countries in 212, as compared with Norway Denmark Sweden Ireland Netherlands Italy Belgium Finland Germany France United Kingdom 5

6 Holiday dwellings offered an average of available bedplaces,.6% more than in 211. The occupancy rate by bedplaces decreased 1.8% and the weekend occupancy rate decreased 2.1%. Occupancy rate by bedplaces in holiday dwellings. Annual serie Occupancy annual growth rate by bedplaces in holiday dwellings. Annual serie

7 Tourist Campsites Overnight stays in campsites decreased 1.1% in 212. Resident travellers registered an annual rate of -3.1% and non-resident travellers registered an annual rate of 1.3%. Of the total overnight stays during the year, 8.7% were accounted for in the months between May and October. Overnight annual growth rate in campsites. Annual serie Residents in Spain Residents abroad Total Cataluña was the preferred destination in tourist campsites, with 14.3 million overnight stays,.8% more than in 211. Comunitat Valenciana was the Autonomous Communities that registered the greatest growth during the year, 1.3% more than in 211. By contrast, Castilla- La Mancha showed the lowest variation rate, 19.% less Distribution of total overnight stays in campsites by autonomous community of destination in 212 in % Cataluña Comunitat Valenciana Andalucía Cantabria Murcia, Región de Aragón Galicia Castilla y León Asturias, Principado de Madrid, Comunidad de País Vasco 7 Rest

8 Overnight stays in campsites by autonomous community of destination in 212. Annual growth rate Comunitat Valenciana Cataluña País Vasco Asturias, Principado de National average Andalucía Cantabria Aragón Castilla y León Murcia, Región de Rioja, La Madrid, Comunidad de Navarra, Comunidad Foral de Galicia Balears, Illes Canarias Extremadura Castilla-La Mancha The Dutch market, with was the main country of origin with 25.7% of the total number of overnight stays, registered a growth of 4.2% as compared with 211. It was followed by France and the United Kingdom with 2.1% and 18.8% of the total number of overnight stays, respectively. 3 Distribution of the total overnight stays of non-residents in campsites of the main 1 countries by origin in 212 (%) Netherlands France United Kingdom Germany Beigium Ireland Italy Denmark Sweden Portugal Other countries 8

9 2 15. Annual variation rate of overnight stays of the 1 main countries in 212, as compared with Sweden Belgium France Netherlands Denmark Germany United Kingdom Ireland Italy Portugal The annual average occupancy rate of available pitches decreased 3.%, whereas the weekend occupancy rate did so by 3.2% La Rioja reached in average the greatest rate of occupancy in campsites (62.8%), followed by Comunidad de Madrid (48.6%) and Comunitat Valenciana (46.3%). Average occupancy rate by pitches in campsites. Annual serie

10 Rioja, La Average occupancy rate by pitches in campsites by autonomous community in Madrid, Comunidad de 46.3 Comunitat Valenciana Cataluña Cantabria País Vasco Navarra, Comunidad Foral de Murcia, Región de National average 29.9 Balears, Illes Extremadura Aragón Asturias, Principado de Castilla-La Mancha Castilla y León Andalucía Canarias Galicia Rural Tourism Accommodation Overnight stays in rural tourism accommodation registered a decreased of 2.5% in 212, reaching 7.5 million of overnight stays. Resident overnight stays decreased 6.2% while non-resident overnight stays increased 12.4%. Overnight annual growth rate in rural tourism accommodation. Annual serie Residents in Spain Residents abroad Total 1

11 Castilla y León was the preferred destination in rural tourism accommodation, with 1.3 million overnight stays, 5.% less than in 211. Worth noting the growth of overnight stays in Illes Balears, with an increase of 18.7%, mostly due to the increase of those registered by non-residents. Distribution of total overnight stays in rural tourism accommodation by autonomous community of destination in 212 in % Castilla y León Cataluña Balears, Illes Andalucía Asturias, Principado de Cantabria Castilla-La Mancha Aragón Canarias Navarra, Comunidad Foral de País Vasco Comunitat Valenciana Galicia Extremadura Madrid, Comunidad de Murcia, Región de Rioja, La Total overnight stays in rural tourism accommodation by autonomous community of destination in 212. Annual growth rate Murcia, Región de 18.7 Balears, Illes 16.8 Andalucía 6.5 Madrid, Comunidad de Castilla-La Mancha Rioja, La National average Canarias País Vasco Castilla y León Extremadura Cantabria Aragón Cataluña Galicia Asturias, Principado de Navarra, Comunidad Foral de Comunitat Valenciana 11

12 Distribution of overnight stays of non-residents in rural tourism accommodation by autonomous community of destination in 212 in % Balears, Illes Canarias Andalucía Cataluña Castilla y León Cantabria The average occupancy rate was 14.3% in 212, with an annual decrease of 5.6%. The average weekend occupancy rate decreased 6.1% in 212 and stood at 23.6%. Illes Balears reached in average the greatest occupancy rate (51.2%). It was followed by Canarias (23.1%) and País Vasco (19.9%). Galicia Aragón País Vasco Asturias, Principado de Comunitat Valenciana Rest Occupancy rate by bedplaces in rural tourism accommodation. Annual serie

13 Occupancy rate by bedplaces on weekends in rural tourism by autonomous community in Balear s, Ille s Rioja, La País Vasco Cataluña Madrid, C. de Navarra, C. Foral de Cantabria Canarias Castilla y León Nacional average Extremadura Andalucía Aragón Asturias, Principado de Murcia, Región de Castilla-La Mancha Galicia Comunitat Valenciana Prices in non-hotel tourist accommodation In 212, the Holiday Dwelling Price Index registered an increase of 1.5%. Holiday dwelling price index. Annual growth rate

14 In turn, the Tourist Campsite Price Index registered an average growth of.5%. Tourist campsite price index. Annual growth rate , The Rural Tourist Accommodation Price Index registered an average drop of.7% in 212. Rural tourism accommodation price index. Annual growth rate

15 The Autonomous Community where the Rural Tourist Accommodation Price Index showed the greatest growth was Aragón, with an average annual rate of 3.7%, whereas the Autonomous Community with the greatest drop was País Vasco, with -4.8%. Rural tourism accommodation price index. Annual growth rate in 212 by autonomous community Aragón Balears, Illes Navarra, C. Foral de Galicia Canarias Castilla y León Extremadura Rioja, La National average Comunitat Valenciana Cantabria Madrid, Comunidad de Castilla - La Mancha Andalucía Cataluña Murcia, Región de Asturias, Principado de País Vasco 15

16 Performance of travellers and overnight stays in all Spanish collective tourist accommodation in The overnight stays in Spanish collective tourist accommodation (hotels, dwellings, campsites and rural tourism accommodation) exceeded million of overnight stays in 212, with a drop of 1.7% as compared with the previous year. Overnight stays by residents dropped 7.5%, whereas those by non-residents rose 1.9%. The average stay increased.7%, and stood at 3.8 overnight stays per traveller. Travellers and overnight stays in collective tourist accommodation were 2 : Year 212 Holiday dwellings Campsites Rural T. Non-hotel Hotels Total Travellers 8,845,132 5,913,447 2,662,671 17,421,25 83,182,531 1,63,781 Residents 2,957,136 4,11,99 2,273,516 9,242,642 43,47,778 52,29,42 Non-residents 5,887,997 1,91, ,154 8,178,67 4,134,753 48,313,36 Overnight stays 63,68,295 31,335,566 7,54,78 11,97, ,373, ,281,283 Residents 14,77,499 16,617,157 5,776,261 37,1,917 12,15,5 139,25,922 Non-residents 48,36,796 14,718,49 1,727,817 64,87,22 179,223,34 244,3,362 The main countries of origin in overall regulated tourist accommodation were the United Kingdom (with 26.7% of the total number of non-resident overnight stays), Germany (23.5%) and France (7.4%). Canarias was the preferred destination regarding overall tourist accommodation, with more than 87.7 million overnight stays, (2.3% less than in 211). Cataluña followed it, with more than 69.5 million overnight stays (.4% more) and Illes Balears, with more than 64.8 million overnight stays (.9% more). 1 The annual data on travellers and overnight stays in hotels showed together with the rest of the accommodations in this section, have been subject of a previous dissemination by the INE (press release of January 29) 2 The results showed by the table are the addition of the monthly figures. The potential gaps between subtotals and the total are due to the fact that the data are shown without decimals, but they are calculated taking them into account. So, the differences may be explained by the rounding. 16

17 Methodological note The main objective of the Non-Hotel Tourist Accommodation Occupancy Survey (holiday dwellings, campsites, and rural tourism accommodation) is to ascertain the behaviour of a series of variables that allow us to describe the basic characteristics of this sector. These variables are the following: with regards to demand, there is information on travellers, overnight stays and average stay distributed by country of residence of the travellers and category of the establishment they are staying in or by Autonomous Community of origin in the case of Spanish travellers. As regards the supply, information includes the estimated number of establishments open for the season, estimated number of vacancies, level of occupancy and information on employment in the sector, in terms of the category of the establishment. This information is offered monthly, on a national, autonomous community, provincial and tourist area level. And afterwards, one the year is over, the data of the 12 months are disseminated. The two main variables in these surveys are travellers checked-in, which are all persons who stay one or more consecutive nights in the same accommodation, and overnight stays, that are understood to be every night that a traveller stays in the establishment. The target population of study is constituted by all the non-hotel tourist accommodation established in the Spanish territory. A tourist apartment establishment is understood to be any productive unit whose exclusive or productive activity is to accommodate tourists, distributed in furnished units (apartments, chalets, villas, bungalows,...). A tourist apartment (unit) is considered to be a property that is habitually rented for occasional guests. Tourist campsites are understood to be those land spaces which are duly delimited, equipped and conditioned, destined to habitually provide people, after the payment of a stipulated price, a place to live outdoors for a limited period of time for holiday or tourism purposes, and using as a residence mobile homes, caravans, tents or other similar easily transportable elements. Rural Tourism Accommodation Establishments are those establishments or dwellings destined for tourist lodging in exchange for a price with or without any other complementary services that are registered in the corresponding Register of each Autonomous Community. These establishments usually present a determined set of characteristics: They are located in a rural environment. They are constructions with a common architectonic style that is characteristic of the area or which are located in land properties that maintain active livestock and farming operations (agrotourism). They offer a limited number of vacancies and rooms for the accommodation of guests and comply with certain infrastructure and basic services requirements. The Holiday Dwelling Price Index, HDPI, is a statistical measure of the monthly evolution of the series of main price rates used by holiday dwelling establishment. The Tourist Campsites Price Index, TCPI, is a statistical measure of the monthly evolution of the series of main price rates used by campsites. The Rural Tourism Accommodation Price Index, RTAPI, is a statistical measurement of the monthly evolution of prices applied by those running this type of establishment to their clients. For further information see INEbase-www.ine.es/en/ All press releases at: Press Office: Telephone numbers: / 94 8 Fax: Information Area: Telephone number: Fax:

18 Tourist Accomodation Occupancy Survey (Holiday Dwellings) Year 212 Provisional data 1. Travellers, overnight stays and average stay by Autonomous Cities and Communities Autonomous Cities and Travellers Overnight stays Average Communities Total Residents Residents Total Residents Residents stay in Spain abroad in Spain abroad TOTAL 8,845,132 2,957,136 5,887,997 63,68,295 14,77,499 48,36, Andalucía 1,186, , ,616 6,298,823 2,469,64 3,829, Aragón 17,725 95,127 12, , ,293 49, Asturias, Principado de 34,439 31,136 3,33 15, 136,399 13, Balears, Illes 1,319,144 15,59 1,169,85 9,563,444 8,943 8,762, Canarias 3,498,87 661,616 2,836,471 29,813,31 3,17,22 26,643, Cantabria 8,929 71,427 9,52 29, ,347 35, Castilla y León 55,376 51,761 3, , ,76 14, Castilla-La Mancha 54,243 51,392 2, ,68 139,741 15, Cataluña 93, , ,368 6,47,924 2,192,571 3,855, Comunitat Valenciana 99,24 497, ,791 7,484,942 3,263,243 4,221, Extremadura 29,533 26,86 2,727 72,181 67,73 5, Galicia 66,196 55,842 1,354 25,67 213,56 37, Madrid, Comunidad de 346,824 22,16 144,719 1,376, ,59 664, Murcia, Región de 77,77 61,718 16,52 668,52 527, , Navarra, Comunidad Foral de 4,531 32,787 7, , ,789 24, País Vasco 3,483 22,369 8, ,98 98,543 43, Rioja, La 23,411 22,325 1,86 61,42 58,42 3, Ceuta Melilla Interannual rate Capacity, occupancy and number of staff by Autonomous Cities and Communities Autonomous Cities and Capacity 1 Level of occupancy 2 Employed Communities Estimated Estimated Per Per Per Holiday Per Holiday personne 1 bedplaces Holiday bedplaces bedplaces dwelling dwelling dwelling at weekend at weekend TOTAL 442,21 12, ,497 Andalucía 55,3 14, ,822 Aragón 5,752 1, Asturias, Principado de 3, Balears, Illes 45,919 14, ,78 Canarias 169,514 52, ,33 Cantabria 3, Castilla y León 3, Castilla-La Mancha 4,534 1, Cataluña 47,975 1, ,483 Comunitat Valenciana 78,35 16, ,886 Extremadura 1, Galicia 3, Madrid, Comunidad de 7,65 3, Murcia, Región de 8,316 1, Navarra, Comunidad Foral de 1, País Vasco 1, Rioja, La Ceuta Melilla Interannual rate Annual average 2 Occupancy rate is weighted by number of bedplaces or by number of appartment HDOS (TABLES ANNEX) - ANNUAL 212 (1/4) 13th February 213

19 3. Travellers, overnight stays, capacity, occupancy, total number of staff with greater number of overnight stays * Provinces Travellers Overnight stays Capacity** Level of occupancy*** Emplo- Residents Residents Residents Residents Ave- Estimated Estimated Per Per Per Holidayed in Spain abroad in Spain abroad rage bed- holiday bed- Holiday dwelling perstay places dwelling places dwelling at weekensonnel** Palmas, Las 418,198 1,849,295 2,9,588 17,824, ,937 36, ,238 Santa Cruz de Tenerife 243, ,176 1,79,434 8,818, ,246 17, ,795 Alicante/Alacant 29, ,276 1,689,41 3,481, ,288 11, ,384 Málaga 181, , ,815 3,276, ,822 7, ,659 Girona 11,149 24, ,243 1,751, ,863 5, Tarragona 135,19 182, ,298 1,284, ,52 2, Barcelona 66,63 179,246 69,241 88, ,542 2, Castellón\Castelló 95,55 36,941 84,58 361, ,236 2, Valencia\València 111,524 68, , , ,781 2, Almería 121,131 18,831 57, , ,42 1, Sevilla 65,582 53,58 222,57 157, ,449 1, Cádiz 56,496 29, ,124 16, ,779 1, Granada 67,451 29, ,842 12, ,345 1, Huelva 51,92 3,12 222,129 18, , Huesca 49,329 2,9 175,37 13, , Travellers, overnight stays, capacity, occupancy, total number of staff from tourist areas with greater number of overnight stays Tourist Areas Travellers Overnight stays Capacity** Level of occupancy*** Emplo- Residents Residents Residents Residents Ave- Estimated Estimated Per Per Per Holidayed in Spain abroad in Spain abroad rage bed- holiday bed- Holiday dwelling perstay places dwelling places dwelling at weekensonnel** Isla de Gran Canaria 246,39 892,619 1,151,878 8,959, ,619 18, ,895 Isla de Tenerife 195, ,1 847,698 8,31, ,56 15, ,288 Isla de Lanzarote 125,96 717, ,33 6,524, ,926 12, ,477 Isla de Mallorca 29, , ,11 5,855, ,93 8, ,892 Costa Blanca 278, ,153 1,597,28 3,294, ,765 1, ,3 Costa del Sol 167, , ,834 3,151, ,48 7, ,593 Isla de Fuerteventura 47,63 239, ,38 2,341, ,392 5, Costa Brava 8,15 22, ,291 1,744, ,372 4, Islas de Ibiza y Formentera 59, , ,814 1,791, ,586 3, Costa Daurada 131,41 177, ,16 1,244, ,699 2, Travellers, overnight stays, capacity, occupancy, total number of staff from tourist sites with greater number at overnights stays Tourist sites Travellers Overnight stays Capacity** Level of occupancy*** Emplo- Residents Residents Residents Residents Ave- Estimated Estimated Per Per Per Holidayed in Spain abroad in Spain abroad rage bed- holiday bed- Holiday dwelling perstay places dwelling places dwelling at weekensonnel** San Bartolomé de Tirajana 199, ,36 939,55 5,837, ,289 12, ,913 Arona 43, ,16 175,631 3,939, ,13 6, ,359 Tías 55, ,37 296,79 3,47, ,834 6, ,136 Mogán 33, , ,828 2,941, ,931 5, Adeje 43,46 298, ,65 2,535, ,962 4, Benidorm 73,7 191, ,527 1,63, ,371 3, Teguise 48, , ,183 1,73, ,58 3, Calvià 4,426 28,64 19,552 1,464, ,18 2, Madrid 197, , , , ,17 2, Puerto de la Cruz 87,851 76, , , ,88 2, * Provinces belonging to uniprovincial Autonomous Communities have not been included because they are reflected in previous tables. ** Annual average ***Occupancy rate is weighted by number of bedplaces or by number of appartments. HDOS (TABLES ANNEX) - ANNUAL 212 (2/4) Provisional data

20 6. Travellers and overnight stays by countries of residence Countries Travellers Overnight stays Total % Total % TOTAL 8,845, ,68, Residents in Spain 2,957, ,77, Residents abroad 5,887, ,36, Total residents abroad 5,887, ,36, Total residents in E.U (excluding Spain) 5,81, ,62, Germany 789, ,147, Austria 26, , Belgium 8, , Denmark 169, ,446, Finland 153, ,37, France 381, ,715, Greece 6, , Ireland 253, ,11, Italy 219, ,379, Luxembourg 8, , Netherlands 376, ,349, Poland 46, , Portugal 52, , United Kingdom 2,14, ,598, Czech Republic 22, , Sweden 331, ,839, Other EU countries 59, ,64.93 Norway 257, ,67, Other european countries 233, ,841, United States of America 74, , Rest of America 9, , African countries 33, ,99.47 Other countries 117, , HDOS (TABLES ANNEX) - ANNUAL 212 (3/4) Provisional data

21 Evolution: Travellers, overnight stays and average stay Travellers Overnight stays Average Total Residents Residents Total Residents Residents stay in Spain abroad in Spain abroad TOTAL 8,845,132 2,957,136 5,887,997 63,68,295 14,77,499 48,36, Enero 426,911 99, ,277 3,694, ,38 3,216, Febrero 451,49 114, ,22 3,651, ,61 3,164, Marzo 543,19 157, ,444 3,999,37 616,94 3,382, Abril 597,622 24,11 357,611 3,74,23 1,1,338 2,72, Mayo 666,66 197, ,929 4,7, ,825 3,238, Junio 96, , ,594 5,81,169 1,47,644 4,339, Julio 1,248, ,369 78,795 9,111,372 2,782,672 6,328,7 7.3 Agosto 1,388, ,54 815,995 1,662,39 3,739,742 6,922, Septiembre 952,1 314,99 637,912 6,57,324 1,616,924 4,953,4 6.9 Octubre 656, , ,35 4,597, ,889 3,882, Noviembre 456,491 18, ,156 3,66,35 467,258 3,138, Diciembre 497, , ,715 3,653, ,323 3,91, Capacity, occupancy rate and employed personnel Autonomous Capacity* Level of occupancy** Employed* Communities Estimated Estimated Per Per Per Holiday Per Holiday personnel bedplaces Holiday bedplaces bedplaces dwelling dwelling dwelling at weekend at weekend TOTAL* 442,21 12, ,497 Enero 338,182 93, ,363 Febrero 341,84 94, ,112 Marzo 359,517 98, ,4 Abril 414, , ,15 Mayo 481, , ,61 Junio 524,56 141, ,14 Julio 564,11 15, ,359 Agosto 57, , ,22 Septiembre 543, , ,22 Octubre 45, , ,554 Noviembre 356,848 99, ,575 Diciembre 359,817 99, ,782 * Annual Average. Average Occupancy rates weighted by appartments or bedplaces. HDOS (TABLES ANNEX) - ANNUAL 212 (4/4) Provisional data

22 Tourist Accomodation Occupancy Survey Campsite Occupancy Survey (COS) Year 212 Provisional data 1. Travellers, overnight stays and average stay by category of establishment Category Travellers Overnight stays Average Total Residents Residents Total Residents Residents stay in abroad in abroad Spain Spain TOTAL 5,913,447 4,11,99 1,91,457 31,335,566 16,617,157 14,718, Luxury and first-class 2,529,789 1,552,67 977,722 14,461,949 6,882,14 7,579, Second-class 2,822,838 2,27, ,47 14,578,156 8,23,37 6,347, Third-class 56,82 432, ,688 2,295,46 1,54,79 79, Cumulative interannual rate Open establishments, capacity, occupancy and number of staff by category of establishments Category Estimated Capacity* Occupied Occupancy Weekend Employed open Estimated Estimated pitches rate occupancy personnel* establishmentsbed-places pitches per pitch** rate** TOTAL , ,474 19,622, ,563 Luxury and first-class 23 25,325 62,58 7,994, ,552 Second-class ,95 75,72 9,849, ,534 Third-class ,374 13,192 1,778, Cumulative interannual rate Travellers, overnight stays and average stay by autonomous cities and communities Autonomous cities and Travellers Overnight stays Average communities Total Residents Residents Total Residents Residents stay in abroad in abroad Spain Spain TOTAL 5,913,447 4,11,99 1,91,457 31,335,566 16,617,157 14,718, Andalucía 746, ,525 25,413 3,416,23 2,14,588 1,41, Aragón 39,22 25,88 13,142 98,6 659,761 32, Asturias, Principado de 17, ,859 41, , ,16 15, Balears, Illes 27,34 14,616 12,723 17,192 68,746 11, Canarias 31,342 27,78 3, ,553 95,731 55, Cantabria 253,46 197,2 56,44 1,16, , , Castilla y León 281, ,659 83, , ,73 137, Castilla-La Mancha 86,478 73,22 13, , ,656 24, Cataluña 2,352,231 1,454,53 898,178 14,322,528 6,575,754 7,746, Comunitat Valenciana 624,558 44, ,935 5,597,794 2,21,379 3,387, Extremadura 11,319 9,83 2, ,86 245,351 41, Galicia 213, ,39 51, , , , Madrid, Comunidad de 187, ,678 29, ,8 486,324 82, Murcia, Región de 115,552 8,933 34,619 1,65,15 331, , Navarra, Comunidad Foral de 133,515 14,99 28,65 372,87 319,853 52, País Vasco 153,735 78,235 75,5 449, , , Rioja, La 116,74 11,85 14, , ,872 24, Ceuta Melilla *Anual average **Occupancy rate is weighted by number of pitches COS (TABLES ANNEX) - ANNUAL 212 (1/5) 13th February 213

23 4. Open establishments, capacity, occupancy and number of staff by autonomous cities and communities Autonomous cities and Estimated Capacity* Occupied Occupancy Weekend Employed communities open Estimated Estimated pitches rate occupancy personnel* estab.* bed-places pitches per rate** pitch** TOTAL , ,474 19,622, ,563 Andalucía 121 7,57 22,395 1,885, Aragón 63 23,642 7,123 71, Asturias, Principado de 25 13,469 4,18 393, Balears, Illes 5 2, , Canarias 6 4,363 1,294 98, Cantabria 26 18,882 6,4 841, Castilla y León 6 23,82 7, , Castilla-La Mancha 2 8,331 2,369 21, Cataluña ,83 54,15 7,84, ,19 Comunitat Valenciana 92 65,547 2,67 3,496, Extremadura 19 7,515 2,357 24, Galicia 48 16,57 5,25 378, Madrid, Comunidad de 2 17,57 5,895 1,48, Murcia, Región de 18 14,638 4, , Navarra, Comunidad Foral de 18 1,238 2, , País Vasco 16 8,394 2,48 345, Rioja, La 8 6,281 2,5 47, Ceuta Melilla Travellers and overnight stays, average stay, capacity, occupancy and number of staff by provinces with the greater number of overnight stays*** Provinces Travellers Overnight stays Average Estimated Estimated Occupancy Employed Residents Residents Residents Residents stay open pitches* rate personnel* in abroad in abroad establishme per Spain Spain pitch** Girona 448,494 57,284 2,55,24 4,694, , ,23 Tarragona 457, ,732 2,147,89 2,2, , Alicante/Alacant 135,255 78, ,239 2,231, , Barcelona 41, ,215 1,453,81 974, , Castellón/Castelló 12,89 67,34 693, , , Valencia/València 184,477 37,945 71, , , Málaga 8,13 61, ,99 648, , Cádiz 167,214 59, , , , Huesca 157,28 73,26 491, , , Huelva 89,846 12,65 552,29 48, , Lleida 136,998 26, ,652 75, , Pontevedra 12,572 21, ,18 58, , Almería 47,793 25,698 27, , , Granada 45,82 51,12 142,7 182, , Coruña, A 41,767 23, ,129 5, , *Anual average **Occupancy rate is weighted by number of pitches ***Provinces belonging to uniprovincial Autonomous Communities have not been included because they are reflected in previous tables. COS (TABLES ANNEX) - ANNUAL 212 (2/5) Provisional data

24 6. Travellers, overnight stays, average stay, open establishments, capacity, occupancy and number of staff from tourist areas with the greatest number of overnight stays Tourist areas Travellers Overnight stays Average Estimated Estimated Occupancy Employed Residents Residents Residents Residents stay open pitches* rate personnel* in abroad in abroad establishments* per pitch** Spain Spain Costa Brava 346, ,363 2,199,255 4,64, , Costa Daurada 416,225 24,377 1,854,155 1,874, , Costa Blanca 115,231 68, ,66 2,42, , P. N. Aiguamolls de I'Empordá 64,74 176,663 41,643 1,595, , Costa Barcelona 248, ,397 1,12,39 95, , Costa de Castellón 98,137 62, , , , Pirineus 319,694 38,12 964, , , Costa del Sol 61,375 45,53 321,115 63, , Costa Cálida 41,795 27,3 28,6 667, , Costa de la Luz (Cádiz) 155,16 53, ,145 26, , Pirineo Aragonés 155,124 67,72 49,29 229, , Costa Verde 114,64 34, ,381 85, , Costa Valencia 65,235 26,19 278, , , Rías Baixas 12,18 27,14 468,61 74, , Costa de la Luz (Huelva) 69,559 11,27 479,131 42, , Travellers, overnight stays, average stay, open establishments, capacity, occupancy and number of staff from tourist sites with the greatest number at overnights stays Tourist sites Travellers Overnight stays Average Estimated Estimated Occupancy Employed Residents Residents Residents Residents stay open pitches* rate personnel* in abroad in abroad establishments* per pitch** Spain Spain Benidorm 25,33 23, ,469 1,299, , Torroella de Montgrí 15,465 79,283 94, , , Salou 52,843 55, , , , Castelló d'empúries 18,665 54,426 18, , , Sant Pere Pescador 28,11 93,2 19, , , Mont-Roig del Camp 4,957 45,1 29,437 47, , Blanes 58,185 22,5 357,461 34, , Castell-Platja d'aro 36,68 35, , , , Calonge 21,324 34,36 188, , , Marbella 21,188 19, , , , Cartagena 13,745 16,571 68, , , Tarragona 53,62 27,347 25, , , *Anual average **Occupancy rate is weighted by number of pitches COS (TABLES ANNEX) - ANNUAL 212 (3/5) Provisional data

25 8. Guests and overnight stays by countries of residence Countries Guests Overnight stays Total % Total % TOTAL 5,913, ,335, Residents in Spain 4,11, ,617, Residents abroad 1,91, ,718, TOTAL residents abroad 1,91, ,718,49 1. TOTAL residents in E.U. (excluding Spain) 1,785, ,185, Germany 29, ,484, Austria 13, , Belgium 96, , Denmark 19, , Finland 7, , France 539, ,961, Greece , Ireland 32, , Italy 72, , Luxembourg 5, , Netherlands 393, ,78, Poland 16, , Portugal 47, , United Kingdom 212, ,764, Czech Republic 9, , Sweden 11, , Other EU countries 15, ,12.33 Other European countries 6, , United States of America 5, , Rest of America 1, , African countries 1, ,228.4 Other countries 37, , COS (TABLES ANNEX) - ANNUAL 212 (4/5) Provisional data

26 Evolution: Travellers, overnight stays and average stay months Travellers Overnight stays Average Total Residents Residents Total Residents Residents stay in Spain abroad in Spain abroad TOTAL 5,913,447 4,11,99 1,91,457 31,335,566 16,617,157 14,718, Enero 89,535 56,825 32,71 83, ,89 658, Febrero 1,678 67,878 32, , ,57 668, Marzo 193,31 136,4 56,63 997,7 359, , Abril 444,24 336,117 18,122 1,829,693 1,176, , Mayo 42, , ,453 1,86, ,84 919, Junio 693,863 59, ,692 2,987,873 1,742,948 1,244, Julio 1,331, ,41 497,84 7,114,685 3,767,37 3,347, Agosto 1,637,545 1,119,36 518,59 9,492,666 5,944,81 3,548, Septiembre 561,89 362, ,38 2,725,761 1,451,399 1,274, Octubre 225,53 153,946 71,16 1,158, , , Noviembre 113,714 8,315 33,4 75, , ,3 6.6 Diciembre 12,264 76,693 25, , ,47 552, Open establishments, capacity, occupancy rate and employed personnel months Estimated Capacity* Occupied Occupancy Weekend Employed open Estimated Estimated pitches rate occupancy personnel* establishments* bed-places pitches per pitch** rate** TOTAL , ,474 19,622, ,563 January ,58 81, , ,744 February ,858 89,855 93, ,714 March ,342 16,46 1,67, ,252 April , ,178 1,538, ,394 May ,31 186,691 1,656, ,62 June 1,37 698, ,41 2,59, ,778 July 1, , ,145 3,79, ,879 August 1, , ,597 3,611, ,52 September ,712 22,577 1,925, ,246 October ,51 118,214 1,16, ,721 November ,629 92, , ,865 December ,48 83, , ,586 *Anual average **Occupancy rate is weighted by number of pitches COS (TABLES ANNEX) - ANNUAL 212 (5/5) Provisional data

27 Tourist accommodation occupancy survey: (Rural tourist accommodation) Year 212 Provisional data 1. Number of travellers, overnight stays and average stay by Autonomous Cities and Communities Autonomous Number of travellers Number of overnight stays Average Communities Total Residents Residents Total Residents Residents stay In Spain abroad In Spain abroad TOTAL 2,662,671 2,273, ,154 7,54,79 5,776,261 1,727, Andalucía 163, ,927 39,35 597, , , Aragón 122, ,14 9, ,51 334,514 41, Asturias, Principado de 181, ,124 9, ,25 548,429 38, Balears, Illes 145,988 26, ,112 75,61 89, , Canarias 56,746 19,628 37, ,711 84, , Cantabria 177, ,164 23, , ,371 62, Castilla y León 587, ,311 45,492 1,35,9 1,256,422 93, Castilla-La Mancha 169, ,666 4, , ,349 23, Cataluña 29, ,999 27,933 86,858 71, , Comunitat Valenciana 16,137 98,69 7, ,267 25,694 34, Extremadura 116,12 18,364 7,74 249,6 229,475 19, Galicia 138, ,789 25,46 269, ,69 47, Madrid, Comunidad de 128, ,367 5,59 238, ,494 13, Murcia, Región de 38,162 37,159 1,4 13,983 11,318 2, Navarra, Comunidad Foral de 12,392 89,151 13, , ,284 29, País Vasco 18,35 95,618 12,69 3,738 26,583 4, Rioja, La 28,964 27,579 1,385 68,931 65,464 3, Ceuta Melilla Interannual rate Open rural tourist accommodation and estimated vacancies, levels of occupancy and personnel employed by Autonomous Cities and Communities Autonomous Nº of rural Nº of Level of occupancy* Employed Communities open vacancies* By vacancies By vacancies By rooms personnel* estimated at week accom.* end TOTAL 15, , ,634 Andalucía 1,41 11, ,8 Aragón 1,125 8, ,237 Asturias, Principado de 1,351 12, ,629 Balears, Illes 25 3, Canarias 657 3, Cantabria 399 6, Castilla y León 3,35 29, ,61 Castilla-La Mancha 1,498 12, ,171 Cataluña 1,722 13, ,146 Comunitat Valenciana 986 9, ,427 Extremadura 498 5, Galicia 535 6, Madrid, Comunidad de 238 4, Murcia, Región de 266 2, Navarra, Comunidad Foral de 697 5, País Vasco 388 4, Rioja, La 11 1, Ceuta Melilla Interannual rate * Annual average and weighted average per places or rooms EOTR (TABLES ANNEX) - YEAR 212 (1/5) The 13th of Frebruary of 213

28 3. Number of travellers, overnight stays and average stay of provinces with the greatest number of overnight stays 1 Provinces Number of travellers Number of overnight stays Average Total Residents Residents Total Residents Residents stay In Spain abroad In Spain abroad Girona 127, ,327 13, , ,718 65, Ávila 11,314 14,518 5, , ,797 16, Santa Cruz de Tenerife 39,893 12,77 27, ,587 62, , Barcelona 75,225 67,24 8,22 233,443 17,248 63, Málaga 33,27 18,55 14, ,599 75, , Cáceres 1,49 93,741 6, ,953 21,382 17, Huesca 6,586 53,467 7,118 24,87 174,537 3, Segovia 97,384 94,2 3, , ,193 7, Lleida 59,11 56,953 2, , ,169 9, Burgos 75,18 67,711 7,37 17, ,619 15, León 69,897 56,266 13, , ,646 21, Gipuzkoa 55,316 48,198 7,118 16,45 138,719 21, Soria 6,692 59,252 1,44 15, ,713 4, Salamanca 61,722 56,842 4,88 146, ,948 1, Valencia\València 48,35 44,852 3, ,498 11,666 14, Open rural tourist accommodation and estimated vacancies degrees of occupancy and personnel employed in provinces with the highest number of overnight stays 1 Provinces Nº of rural Nº of Level of occupancy* Employed open vacancies* By vacancies By vacancies By rooms personnel* estimated at the accommodation* weekend Girona 566 4, Ávila 752 5, ,152 Santa Cruz de Tenerife 531 2, Barcelona 443 3, Málaga 546 3, Cáceres 435 5, Huesca 592 4, Segovia 395 3, Lleida 52 3, Burgos 35 3, León 424 3, Gipuzkoa 177 1, Soria 39 2, Salamanca 482 3, Valencia\València 32 3, Provinces belonging to uniprovincial Autonomous Communities have not been included because they are reflected in previous tables. * Annual average and weighted average per places or rooms EOTR (TABLES ANNEX) - YEAR 212 (2/5) Provisional data

29 5. Number of travellers, overnight stays, average stay, estimated vacancies, levels of occupancy and personnel employed in areas with the highest number of overnight stays Areas Number of travellers Number of overnight stays Capacity Level of occupancy* Residents Residents Residents Residents Average Nº of rural Nº of By By vacancies By rooms In Spain abroad In Spain abroad stay open estima- vacan- vacan- at week ted accom.* cies* cies end Isla de Mallorca 17,991 13,868 56, , , Pirineus 16,23 6, ,53 3, , Pirineo Navarro 8,57 4, ,328 16, , Costa Verde 55,822 4, ,226 2, , Costa Brava 65,464 1, ,331 57, , Pirineo Aragonés 52,436 7,67 167,786 28, , P.Nacional Picos de Europa 44,768 4, ,479 16, , Catalunya Central 37,54 4,939 97,52 4, , Isla de Tenerife 7,99 17,381 24,494 93, , La Palma 2,75 6,38 27,584 68, , P.Natural de Corona Forestal 5,657 13,547 13,6 78, Pirineo Vasco 29,118 2,36 8,577 8, , P.Nacional Teide 5,48 13,28 12,381 75, Costa de Gipuzkoa 21,152 4,34 61,822 11, Islas de Ibiza-Formentera 3,719 1,25 13,57 48, Number of travellers, overnight stays, average stay, estimated vacancies, levels of occupancy and personnel employed class per rural house per Autonomous Cities and Communities 2 Autonomous Number of travellers Number of overnight stays Capacity Level of occupancy* Employed Communities Residents Residents Residents Residents Average Nº of rural Nº of By By vacancies personnel* In Spain abroad In Spain abroad stay open estima- vacan- vacan- at week ted accom.* cies* cies end TOTAL 1,367,99 18,453 3,753,315 92, ,69 96, ,216 Andalucía 115,848 36, , , ,384 11, ,936 Aragón 84,922 7, ,212 31, , Asturias, Principado de 71,747 3,172 26,277 19, , Balears, Illes 6,769 28,77 17, , Canarias 1,475 19,243 64, , , Cantabria 33,12 1,967 15,898 16, , Castilla y León 289,663 12,18 796,763 4, ,775 18, ,421 Castilla-La Mancha 152,448 4, ,336 23, ,459 11, ,16 Cataluña 26,285 21, , , ,45 1, ,76 Comunitat Valenciana 68,2 6, ,2 33, , ,316 Extremadura 5,81 4,54 115,358 11, , Galicia 68,54 13, ,318 28, , Madrid, Comunidad de 13, ,275 2, Murcia, Región de 31, , , Navarra, Comunidad Foral de 89,151 13, ,284 29, , País Vasco 48,254 5, ,939 19, , Rioja, La 27,579 1,385 65,464 3, , Ceuta Melilla To facilitate the comparability between data from different Autonomous Communities (and because of the different regulation and different characteristics), a group called rural house has been created, with those accommodations with similar typology (location, capacity, etc ). The variables included in the previous table have been estimated with that type of establishments. The variables shown in the table have been estimated with the type of accomodation under rural tourist accomodation. * Annual average and weighted average per places or rooms EOTR (TABLES ANNEX) - YEAR 212 (3/5) Provisional data

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