Swedish and Norwegian tourists increased most on Costa del Sol

Norwegian and Swedish touristsMore tourists visiting the Costa del Sol last year, but stayed fewer days, which resulted in lower revenue to the tourism industry. So, the statistics on tourism on the Costa del Sol for 2012 are summarized.
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Revenues last year decreased by 200 million Euros to 6.515 billion Euros, figures from the tourism authority Patronato de Turismo de la Costa del Sol. In fact, tourism to the province of Malaga, showed a slight increase of 0.1 percent in 2013.
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9.15 million Tourists visited the Costa del Sol. The foreign tourists increased last year while the number of Spanish tourists was fewer. 5.5 million Travelers arrived at Malaga airport from abroad; there was an increase of 5.5 percent. The number of Spanish travelers was 3.6 million; there was a decrease of four percent.
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Although British and German tourists are most of those coming from abroad, the Swedish tourists increased the most (20%) with Norwegian (20%) followed by the Finns (14%), Russians (26%), Austrians (21%), France (9%), Dutch and Belgians (6%) and Irish (2%).

 

8 percent Nordic visitors at the tourist office in Almuñécar.
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Tourist Offices in Almuñécar and La Herradura on the Costa Tropical received a total of 76,918 visitors in 2012. According to figures from the tourism authority Patronato Municipal de Turismo de Almuñécar as coordinator in tourism, Rafael Caballero, have presented.
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61 percent of the tourists were Spaniards, 9, 29 percent or 7,142 visitors came from the United Kingdom, seven percent or 5,000 came from France, 5.55 percent or 4,268 were from Germany, property Marbella.
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Most visitors had the Tourism Office at Palacete La Najarra in Almuñécar with 49,500 people. Eight percent of visitors came here from Sweden, Norway, Denmark or Finland.
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The other tourist offices located on the paseo del Altillo, which opened in April last year, and the Estación Náutica at Hotel Sol Los Fenicios in La Herradura.

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