Galician tourist apartments hosted in September, 32% more passengers than in the same period last year, while the overnight stays increased by 30%, registering a total of 41321 last septimebre. In the case of the Galician campsites this growth was even greater, with more than 24,500 users, representing 47.7% more than a year ago more- almost 8,000 people.
As for overnight stays grew by 7.05%, to 67,047. The average stay was 2.73 days compared with 3.76 days registered in September 2015. The Galicians shelters housed in the ninth month of this year to 571 people, 36.4% more than in 2015. In this period, overnight stays grew by 109%, from 464 to 973.
Moderate growth in rural tourism
The increase in travelers staying in the Galician rural tourism was more moderate, with 11.43% in September, compared to the ninth month of the previous year, which meant that these establishments recorded 27,144 and 49,867 users overnights, 22.68% more than in the same month of 2015. the average stay rose slightly to 1.84 days and improved average occupancy of 23.91% of its seats and 25.75% of its rooms, both figures above the Antério year but prices fell again, to 0.17%, while in the whole state grew 1.57 points.
Overnight stays in non-hotel tourist accommodation (apartments, campsites, rural tourism and shelters) exceeded 12 million in September, representing a 8.6% increase over the same month last year. In September, the nights spent by residents increased 5.5% and non-residents grew by 10.3%. The average stay was five nights per traveler.
During the first nine months of overnight stays they increased 8.7% over the same period of 2015. Overnight stays by residents exceeded 4.22 million in September, with more than 1.89 million passengers; while those from the European Union (excluding Spain) amounted to 7.09 million, more than 1.05 million passengers. The rest of the world, 756,347 overnight stays were registered, with 163,348 travelers.