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Tourism is rebounding strongly in Mediterranean countries

Despite record inflation and soaring energy prices, the tourism industries in several key Mediterranean nations are witnessing a solid resurgence, according to new data.

According to, Spanish government officials stated that roughly nine million travellers travelled through the country’s international airports in August, a 13 percent decrease from the same month in 2019.

Inflation is producing higher costs and increased tourism spending, with Spain’s travel-related income of $11.16 billion nearly twice as high as the figure reported previous year during the same period. Tourism revenues in Spain are expected to reach 98 percent of pre-pandemic levels by the end of the year, according to Spanish officials.

“Tourist expenditure is a metric that assesses how we succeeded to leave the epidemic by enhancing the quality of our tourism industry,” Reyes Maroto, Spain’s Tourism Minister, told

International visitors to Portugal exceeded pre-pandemic levels in July, and officials in Italy stated that nearly 49 million tourists spent at least one night in a hotel during the June-August summer season, a 6.9 percent decrease from 2019.

In Greece, the country’s finance ministry forecasted that tourism earnings will exceed $18 billion, breaking the previous high established in 2019. The first eight months of the year saw net budget revenues of $38 billion, thanks in part to higher-than-expected tourism receipts.

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