According to the latest official travel forecasts, Spain will be among the world's most sought-after destinations for tourists in 2022.
Considering the geopolitical situation caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the uneven pace of recovery around the world, Spain is well-positioned as one of the most recovered global destinations in terms of international arrivals.
The most improved major source markets travelling to Spain include Denmark (+44%), Sweden (+39%) and Colombia (+37%), followed by Germany (+26%) and the UK (+13%), all exceeding pre-pandemic levels.
The favoured destinations for foreign travellers will be the Balearic Islands (+14%), with Ibiza (+34%), Palma (+12%) and Tenerife (+7%) topping the ranking of Spanish cities with the most recovered travellers, all growing compared to 2019.
Spanish Minister for Industry, Trade and Tourism, Reyes Maroto referred. to the consequences of Putin's war and the Response Plan approved by the Government, which will mobilise 16 billion euros in public aid, a plan that aims to reduce the cost of energy, help the most affected companies and groups and generate confidence in the Spanish economy.