Friday, February 14, 2014

Brits go all-out for All-Inclusives

MORE than three million people opted for all-inclusive holidays in the Canary Islands last year. But the 3,212,050 figure – 28.8% of the overall total – supplied by the Canary Islands Statistics Institute (Istac), was 51,419 fewer than in 2012. Despite the drop, it was still the most popular option for visitors, ahead of flight and accommodation (2,804,407) and half-board (2,121,183).


Brits go all-out for All-Inclusives

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