Spanish tourism figures are expected to show that in 2014 there were some three million tourists more than in 2013, bringing the number of foreign visitors to Spain to over six million.

Spanish tourists, who account for 50% of tourism in the country, have also been contributing to the recovery of the industry over the past twelve months, which will be further consolidated according to figures emerging from this summer season.

The government forecasts a growth in national tourism to the tune of 15% over this summer compared to last year, which suggests renewed confidence for the Spanish consumer.