ZONTUR says it will be impossible to beat records set last Easter. The president of the organisation, Pedro Juan Devesa, explained yesterday that Spain and the Balearics benefited from a series of natural disaters in traditionally popular resorts last year, such as the earthquake in Turkey and a number of catastrophes in South America, but this year all the affected resorts are returning to normal and tourists are returning, which is one of the key reasons why bookings are down in Spain and the Balearics. Even without the tourist tax, when the global market is in a healthy condition, there is still stiff competition.
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