The camping is still a minority in Spain
Tourism site still attracts few Spaniards. Specifically, 2% of citizens who enjoyed a holiday period chose a campsite to enjoy the. This figure pales in comparison with 50% of Dutch people enjoying their day off at a campsite. We learned this news published by the Hosteltur portal which uses data from the Spanish Federation of Employers of Camping (FECC).
The group also notes that despite being still a minority, the numbers of posts were stable despite the crisis, as prices have changed little and are economical in these times of illiquidity. Anyway, the real employment figures will be released at the end of the month, as many establishments Spanish State receive most of occupants in the month of August. Foreign tourists account for 100% of the clientele in some campsites in Catalonia.
Meanwhile, domestic tourists opt for the seats of classic caravan or tent campaign. Places of bungalows have lost relevance against falling prices of traditional hotel rooms. The Spanish also prefer the month of August to go camping so definitive data occupation also known in late August. campsites estimated demand in 2014 similar to that recorded last year, with occupancy scheduled for this month between 80% and 90% and "good behavior" in September, despite a "slight decrease" in demand in July, the president of advanced FEEC, Ana Beriain.