Spain registered 105,646 Indian arrivals in 2016, an increment of 17.08 per cent over the previous year. In this way, for the first time it has surpassed the number of 100,000 tourists coming from India.
The latest official data indicates that 105,646 Indian tourists travelled to Spain to enjoy their
holidays last year. The average stay was seven to eight nights which makes it a total of approximately 780,000 nights. The main destinations that Indian tourists visited continue to be Barcelona, Madrid, Andalusia, Valencia and Ibiza. However, there is some interest in new destinations such as Bilbao, Mallorca and Canary Islands.
In addition, data collected during the first half of 2017 suggests that the growth in the number of arrivals from India will be even greater during this year.