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STATISTICS MALTA

Malta: outbound tourism + 21.1%

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Copia_di_Template_in_inglese_13.jpgDuring the quarter under review, a total of 140,554 outbound tourist trips were undertaken for holiday

purposes, followed by 51,528 trips for visiting friends and relatives. Most outbound tourists were aged between 25 and 44 years (48.4 per cent), followed by those within the 45-64 age bracket (28.6 per cent).

Outbound tourists towards EU and non-EU countries increased by 19.3 and 26.6 per cent respectively, when compared to the same quarter of 2022. Italy remained the most popular destination, with a share of 33.3 per cent of total tourist trips.

Total nights spent by outbound tourists increased by 23.1 per cent, amounting to just less than 1.5 million nights. The largest share of guest nights (54.6 per cent) was spent in non-rented accommodation establishments. The average length of stay of total outbound tourists stood at 6.8 nights.

Total estimated expenditure by outbound tourists between October and December increased by 23.6 per cent over the same quarter in 2022, and stood at €196.2 million, equivalent to an average €899 per capita.

January-December 2023

Total outbound tourist trips for 2023 numbered 814,005, an increase of 35.3 per cent over 2022. Total nights spent by outbound tourists went up by 33.9 per cent, surpassing 5.6 million nights. In addition, total estimated outlay by resident tourists stood at €734.8 million, 42.0 per cent higher than that recorded for 2022.

 

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