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Spain most popular holiday destination of the decade

Sat 2th Jan 2010

At the close of the decade, numerous Holiday and tour operators began the inevitable compilation of the ‘top ten destination' league table, to analyze trends and habits of British Holidaymakers.

Perhaps unsurprisingly Spain took 4 out of the top 10 places of popular Holiday resorts and destinations over the last 10 years.

Benidorm on the Costa Blanca took first place overall. Much satirized, but consistently popular with British tourists over the last few decades.

San Antonio in Ibiza took second place. The clubbers paradise, popularised by Club 18-30, but over the last 10 years it has become a popular destination for families too and a destination loved by British holidaymakers as well as a whole host of British celebrities.

The Canaries took sixth place - with their year round sunshine has kept the Brits flocking to Las Americas in Tenerife with sun, sand and plenty of British pubs!

At Tenth place on the list is Magalluf in Majorca – always popular with young holiday makers with its beaches and clubs proving a welcome escape from home. And package holidays to Majorca are generally among the most convenient and cost-effective way of enjoying the island.

Bookings taken so far for 2010 are showing an early indication of where holidaymakers will be heading for in the next decade with Turkey, Majorca, Egypt and the Costa Blanca leading the way according to lowcostholidays.com. There has been an increase of 100% year on year of consumers looking at holiday deals for next year showing the British appetite for travel continues to grow into the next decade, especially as they eagerly try to escape the recent freezing temperatures and icy weather.

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