Up to September, there were over one million more tourists than in the current record year of 2018.
2023 has been "a fantastic year".
Up to August, there were almost one million more tourists than in the current record year of 2018.
17 million would shatter the previous annual record.
The Balearics remain on course to shatter annual tourist records.
The European Commission has conducted a regional study of the impact of climate change on tourism.
But demand is said to have been unaffected.
Latest figures for foreign tourist arrivals show a five per cent increase.
Almost a quarter of all Spain's foreign tourists travelled to the Balearics in June.
Tourist numbers for July to September in the Balearics as a percentage for the whole year has increased.
Twelve per cent higher than the previous record April (2019).
If the Balearics were a country, the islands would be nineteenth in the world.
Economic diversification "cannot be a pipe dream; we must be realistic".
Promoting low-season tourism between the Balearics and Valencia.
This is the fourth time that the Balearics have had a Secretary of State for Tourism in Madrid.
The combined total of foreign and national tourists in the Balearics in October was the highest ever.
Foreign tourism recovery in the Balearics has outstripped the European average by 15%.
Catalonia has been toppled from its traditional number one position in Spain.
The Balearic government's performance in London is being questioned.
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