The Canary Islands government assures that Costa Adeje in Tenerife is the leading tourist destination in the archipelago
The councilman of Tourism, Miguel Ángel Santos, said few days ago that “with regards to the percentage of tourists in relation with the total number of visitors that the island receives, the statistics show that Adeje receives the 35.2% of them, having the highest number of hostelry occupation, about 16% and a lower extra hostelry occupation (11%) y comparison with Arona, which is the second tourist municipality in Tenerife”.
The councilman explained that during the first half of this year, “Costa Adeje has experienced an increase near the 2.7% in comparison with the previous year, receiving a total of 815,312 tourists”.
Sántos also commented that “the tourist area most benefited with this grow is the hospitality businesses that have had an increase of 6.5 points, and among them, the five stars hotels where the ones that have had the higher numbers. What’s more, four and five stars hotels have had a 10% of increase in the occupancy this year in the island, and Adeje is the municipality that counts with the higher number of hotels’ rooms”.
Likewise, he added that “in the total, the hostelry occupation reached 68% this year, which means an increase of 4.8% in relation with the previous year”.