And, compared to the figures for the same period in 2021, bookings in the Balearics are currently four times higher (+389%).
Over the past week, with 13.4% of total bookings, the Balearics was the fourth most booked region, behind Andalusia, the Canary Islands and Catalonia.
Nationwide, 30.5% of bookings were made more than three months in advance. Last minute (2-3 days in advance) or last second (one day or less) bookings account for around 12% of the total.
Also, the majority of bookings were by couples (44%) and for stays of two to five nights (48%).
The main market was the domestic market (65.5%), followed by the United Kingdom (11.5%), Germany (3.3%), Portugal and Italy (2.5%).
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I thought Majorca and Spain in general were being boycotted by the Brits as many felt they didn't get enough respect for their money in Spain. Still as usual talk and not any action.
Are you sure the Brits are coming, has no one checked the flight prices from the UK, ridiculous especially during school holidays, a family of 4 can kiss goodbye to at least £1000 just on flights to Menorca for example. Not everyone wants All Inclusive.
Along with 38,000 Germans flying in on Jumbo Jets !!!
Rule Britannia 🇬🇧 Good job nobody else knows or cares about this imaginary competition and victory. The truth couk
Another misleading headline. Britons aren't leading the surge in bookings, Spanish people from the mainland are.