BRITISH tourists coming to the Balearics and Spain this summer will find it a safe and homely destination, according to market analyst for the Spanish Tourist Office in London, Carmen Hernandez, who claims that almost nine out of ten tourists who travelled to Spain last year have holidayed there before.
He said: We want to emphasise the idea of how Spain is a home from home for British tourists.
The links between both countries are undeniable and strong.
They feel safe and secure there and they know they can communicate easily with people.
Hernandez also asserted that British tourists in Spain can be confident of safe roads and the best healthcare.
In recent years, young British travellers have helped to increase the popularity Majorca, according to data released by Co-operative travel, and Majorca is continuing to prove popular with young people again this year - although not on the scale as over the past few years.
However, Spain was recently named the best value eurozone destination in the annual Post Office Holiday Cost Barometer.
But, Palma's hotels are, on average, the most expensive in Spain.