The campsites face a “historic summer” at 90% of their occupancy, despite being 5% more expensive


  • The Spanish Camping Federation speaks of a “historic summer”, with 100% occupancy in many of its establishments


  • The average stay for this summer will be seven days with an average cost per family of between 120 and 140 euros


  • Users compensate for the increase in rates by reducing internal spending on camping services by up to 20%

Campsites in Spain are preparing to live a summer with record figures, surpassing those of last year. This is confirmed by the forecasts of the Spanish Federation of Campsites (FEEC)which estimates that the average occupancy in the summer period will be around 90% throughout the territory.

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