After a few days of rain, high winds, heavy seas and a temperature drop that had many of us looking to the hills for signs of snow, Sunday was a welcome return to milder times. The centre of town was relatively packed and there were plenty of people sunning themselves on the beaches or swimming in calm seas.
The future of Spain’s tourism industry now lies in upgrading services and hotels, making it less budget and more high-end. Occupancy has reached record levels in the last 20 years and the important thing now is to boost revenue by raising prices, not increasing numbers.
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