Mallorca, leading destination for TUI’s main markets


According to the tour operator, for customers from the United Kingdom, on the podium of the most demanded destinations are next to Mallorca, Rodas in second place and Ibiza in third place.

Mallorca is TUI’s first destination for the British market.

“The Greek islands, especially Rhodes, also rank high on the British popularity ladder and are among the top three most popular destinations,” he says.

Along with Spain and Greece, TUI’s British travelers are also betting this summer on holidays in Cyprus, Portugal, Malta and Morocco. Croatia may soon join these favorite destinations as well, since since last weekend the company has resumed this competitor’s vacation, with nine weekly flights.

Although in the British market the season began practically on July 19, when restrictions on international travel were eliminated, the first British travelers began arriving in Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza much earlier, the first week of the month after the archipelago was placed on the UK’s Covid traffic light green list of destinations.

Currently, the island is in amber like the rest of the country waiting for the British Government to update its traffic light today, although everything indicates that Spain will remain in amber. (See Vaccinated British tourists will be able to continue traveling to Spain).


On the contrary, in Belgium the season started much earlier, on April 19, and today it already has an offer to more than 44 holiday destinations. According to the tour operator, along with this especially high demand for Mallorca and Tenerife, they are also very popular with Belgian customers. the Greek islands of Crete, Rhodes and Kos.

Also, for the first time, Bulgaria is among the top five favorite destinations for Belgian customers. “Demand for the Bulgarian Black Sea coast is very high and ranks third among the most popular holiday destinations for Belgians,” they explain, adding that the country has a very good value for money.

On this podium, led by Mallorca, Tenerife is in second place followed by Rodas.


On the other hand, despite the recent classification of Spain as a “high incidence destination” from Germany, the TUI Group maintains that the demand for Spanish destinations as a whole remains high and especially for Mallorca.

In addition to the traditional favorite destination of the Germans, the tour operator observes from Germany a “positive demand also for the Canary Islands, particularly for Fuerteventura “.

As for competing destinations, they point out that “apart from Spain, Greece has a high demand, especially the islands of Crete, Rhodes and Kos”