The English area begins to fill with tourists at the beginning of October – Hotels or bars that have been closed for months are reopened due to the increase in visitors to the islands to spend their holidays.
From this October 4, British tourists will be able to travel without restrictions if they are vaccinated. So many have packed their bags and headed to one of the most popular destinations for the English: Benidorm. Others will in the next few days or weeks. And this is reflected in the reservations that the preferred hotel accommodations of this tourism already have registered for the coming weeks, even months.
Businessmen improve prices and benefits to avoid closures when they find that there is demand.
Hotels on the Costa Blanca have decided to stand up to Imserso and have launched their own vacation programs that are marketed on their websites through the internet. The Servigroup chain, which has launched an offer whereby you can spend a week’s vacation from October 1 in a four-star hotel with full board, free parking and, among other benefits, free transfer to the airport or the station from Alicante AVE from 260 euros. Other groups such as Poseidon Hotels will also make this type of offers
Eight-day holidays on the Costa Blanca from 260 euros (full board and transport included). The program is made up of cultural circuits in Spain, circuits in Europe, trips to the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands, trips to the mainland coast and stays of five days in European capitals.
The cheapest options are the Spanish coast, the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands. Customers can book trips from 230 euros without transport (260 with transport) to Andalucia (Malaga) and Costa Blanca. The other option is Salou, in Cataluña, with prices starting at 295 without transport and 325 with transport.
The elimination of the obligation of the PCR makes the holidays of British tourists cheaper from next October by 200 euros, which already cover 50% of the places in many hotels
The hotels in Benidorm and other destinations on the Costa Blanca closed last week with an average occupancy of over 70%. Thanks to tourism from the United Kingdom that adds two consecutive weeks of continuous growth and already represents 16% of all tourists who stay in the tourist capital of the province of Alicante.
Travelers from the United Kingdom grew to 11.2% after the whole summer without exceeding 5% – Hotels manage to fill seven out of ten beds and Hosbec considers that it could end up being “a good month”.
COVID-19 infections has fallen in the Valencian Community. Low levels of hospital admissions.