Tourism

Barcelona to crack down on illegal subletting through Airbnb

Apartment owners in Barcelona are discovering that people posing as long-term tenants are renting their properties with the sole intention of illegally sub-letting them to tourists through vacation accommodation sites such as Airbnb, in some cases earning triple the cost of the rent. Airbnb recognises that around a third of …

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Why the British press is saying “¡Viva Espana!”

“¡Viva Espana!” screamed the headline on the webpage of the UK newspaper The Daily Mail a few weeks ago, surprising those who are more accustomed to the tabloid’s usual menu of xenophobia and anti-European sentiment. But xenophobia is relative, and the Mail, despite its limitations when it comes to the …

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The most expensive yacht in the world arrives

  Figueretes woke up yesterday to find a megayacht parked outside. ‘A’, is the name of this impressive vessel owned by 40 year old Russian billionaire Andrei Melnichenko, who made his fortune in Russia in the early ’90s. The megayacht out to sea was a rare treat for residents and …

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The port of Ibiza will host 119 cruise liners in 2015

Ibiza Port will host 119 cruise visits in 2015 with over 170,000 passengers, according to the Balearic Islands Port Authority (APB).   Today a Spanish expedition attended the Miami Cruise Shipping exhibition, the foremost international cruise show, to inaugurate their stand on Miami Beach.   “The port can be key …

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The Consell de Ibiza confirms the good prospects for the season

The Councillor for Tourism in Ibiza, Carmen Ferrer, confirmed good prospects for next season from thein Fitur trade fair. Apparently, the majority of European wholesalers have detected an increase of 5 percent in reservations for Ibiza, although this trend cannot be confirmed until the full January results are published in …

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€30 million to improve Pitiüsan hospitality sector

The Fomento of Tourism in Ibiza and BMN-Sa Nostra have signed a partnership to support the Pitiusan tourism sector and thus create a more competitive and sustainable tourism model. Consequently, those associated with the Fomento will have access to a €30 million line of credit, which will provide new alternatives …

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