Tourists to Lanzarote are paying more for shorter stays, recent figures suggest. Statistics show that Lanzarote made more money from fewer tourists during the first eleven months of 2022.
Although 10% fewer tourists arrived than compared to the last normal (pre-pandemic) year, 2019; the island made €27 million more.
Price rises are the obvious reason – in 2019, the average price of a night’s accommodation only exceeded €100 once, in August. Last year it was over €100 for four months, and very close to that figure for three more.
Figures also show that the average length of stays are getting shorter, with the exception being the high season month of August.
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