By Euro Weekly News Media • 26 May 2011 • 14:32
Balearic Islands' Formentera lights up as £20M superyacht bursts into flames. Image: SALVAMENTO MARÍTIMO/Twitter
THE Balearic Islands had the second highest hotel occupancy rate in Spain this April, with an average of 65.85 per cent, INE statistics revealed. The Canary Islands led with 70.24 per cent and in third and fourth place were the Madrid Region with 58 per cent and Cataluña with 56 per cent.
Valencian Region came fifth with 53.65 per cent, followed by Basque Country with 49.6 per cent and Andalucia with 48.9 per cent.
In Spain there were a total of 22.6-million over-night hotel stays, representing a 11.9 per cent increase compared to the same period in 2010.
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