Monthly Statistical Bulletin, August 2022

2022 Edition 36 Overnight stays in tourist accommodation establishments, by region NUTS II – June 2022 In the first half of 2022: • Overnight stays increased by 252.4% year-on-year (+84.1% concerning residents and +529.5% regarding non-residents); • The number of overnight stays continued to fall short (-7.0%) of those recorded in the same period of 2019, an outcome that is due to the decrease in those spent by non-residents (-11.9%), given that residents recorded an increase (+5.2%); • Considering the whole set of means of accommodation (i.e., adding camping and holiday camps and youth hostels to tourist accommodation establishments), there were: » 12.0 million guests (an increase of 209.6% year-on-year); » 30.9 million overnight stays (an increase of 231.0% compared to the first half of 2021). Revenue In June 2022, in tourist accommodation establishments: • The total revenue registered in the tourist accommodation establishments amounted to €545.4 million (+157.0% in year- -on-year terms), of which 416.4 million euros were related to revenue of accommodation (+165.4%); • Compared to June 2019, there were increases of 17.0% in total revenue and 17.4% in revenue of accommodation; • Algarve concentrated 31.5% of the total revenue and 30.8% of the revenue of accommodation, followed by Área Metropolitana de Lisboa (29.7% and 31.3%, respectively) and Norte (14.7% and 14.9%, in the same order); • The average revenue per available room stood at €70.6, increasing by 124.0% compared to the same month of 2021 (+177.4% in May) and 13.6% compared to June 2019; • The average daily rate amounted to €111.8, standing for increases of 28.7% compared to June 2021 (+24.4% in May) and 14.6% compared to June 2019. 0 500,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 2,000,000 Alentejo RA Açores Centro RA Madeira Norte AM de Lisboa Algarve Non-residents Residents No. • All NUTS II regions registered significant year-on-year increases in the number of overnight stays; Algarve concentrated 31.2% of the total, followed by Área Metropolitana de Lisboa (24.5%), Norte (15.5%), and Região Autónoma da Madeira (11.7%); • Compared to June 2019, there were increases in overnight stays in RA Madeira (+16.8%), Norte (+6.2%), Região Autónoma dos Açores (+6.1%), and Área Metropolitana de Lisboa (+0.1%), while the largest decrease was observed in Algarve (-8.1%).