Marbella and Mijas are in the top three.
AT least 46,400 Spaniards lost their jobs in August as the tourism season began drawing to a close, new figures have revealed. The figure is a much sharper rise in unemployment than over the same...
MARBELLA tourism chiefs are cracking down on ‘savage’ brit tourists. Under new rules, revellers who exhibit drunk and disorderly behaviour could could be slapped with hefty fines. To nip the problem in the bud, they have...
Andalucia has already raked in €6 billion from tourism in the first quarter of this year
FOREIGN tourists contributed a staggering €3 billion to the Andalucian economy in the first quarter of 2017. According to the National Statistics Institute (INE), the astonishing figure is a 15.1% increase on last year. It places...
Europe attracts the most foreign tourists, followed by Asia Pacific, but Spain comes out on top overall in a study by the World Economic Forum.
The Junta de Andalucia head will spend this weekend at the International Tourism Berlin fair due to 'incertainties' over the impact of Britain leaving the EU
Security expert Will Geddes appeared on ITV's This Morning and TalkRadio to talk about the report
Foreign visitors spent €60 billion in the country last year
UK visitors spent 15% more in the country in the three months after the June vote than in the same period in 2015
September alone saw two million Brits visit Spanish shores
Currently around 500,000 players tee off each year in Malaga.
Malaga has seen an increase in British tourism over the last two years
Seeking safety, Brits flock to Spain rather than North Africa and Turkey
Tourist sector employed 16.2% of all Spaniards in 2015
January figures for holiday bookings this summer are up by 27%
84.7% of firms confirming their sales improved last year
Spanish businesses are cashing in via the 21st century meeting room - Skype
Tourists seeking winter sun are choosing Spain and Europe over north African destinations after terror attacks spark concern
207 cruise ships will have called in at Gibraltar this year - 27 more than last year
The subject will include the development of Gibraltarian people, natural history, geology and the marine environment