The head of the Costa Blanca hoteliers association has said that holiday bookings from British customers have remained stable despite Brexit.
Toni Mayor, president of Hosbec, said hotels have not had to cut prices in order to woo British travellers to the Costa Blanca next year.
All this comes on top of the recovery of rival destinations such as Turkey, Tunisia and Egypt which up until recently had been beset with security problems.
The recent tourism industry fair in London saw representatives of Spanish regional tourist board’s travel to the British capital to pitch themselves to British travel agents.
Mayor said hoteliers were confident a Brexit deal would be finalized within weeks. He also quoted figures from Thomas Cook which showed they had already sold 15% of their package holidays for next year’s summer season.