Palma.—Tourists are giving an average score of 4.6 out of 5 for holiday homes that they have rented in the Balearics, website TripAdvisor claimed yesterday. Embracing surveys from other parts of the country, TripAdvisor confirmed that the average marks for rental properties in Spain stood at 4.64 compared to 4.57 for Europe as a whole.

The web, which assesses 275'000 properties all round the world, yesterday revealed the average marks awarded to holiday rental property in Spain and how these fare in comparison with the rest of he world.

The assessment is calculated through opinions which site visitors leave on the web which always asks that a property be valued on a scale of 1 to 5.
Data analysed by TripAdvisor show that the holiday rental properties in Spain are more highly valued in comparison with similar assessments taking place elsewhere in Europe. Galicia is the region of Spain where holiday-makers have given the highest assessment of holiday homes (4.85), followed by Asturias and Navarre with 4.78 and 4.78 respectively. Castilla-and-León, and Murcia are in 4th and 5th place with 4.74, followed by Aragon with 4.73; Andalucia (4.70); the Canary Islands (4.67), Valencia (4.67), Extremadura (4.64), Balearics came in at (4.60).