In a statement on the evolution of the accommodation sector in June this year, the National Statistics Institute (INE) also highlights that, compared to June 2019, the growth registered by the Czech (+61.6%), Danish (+50.8%) and Romanian (+30.9%) markets was also significant.

Regarding the decreases in June compared to the same month of 2019, INE states that the largest were recorded in the Brazilian (-20.8%) and French (-13.1%) markets.

The British market (with 22.4% of total overnight stays from non-residents in June) decreased by 0.6% compared to June 2019, according to the INE, adding that overnight stays from German guests (12.0% of the total) decreased 4.7%.

By regions, INE states that there were increases in overnight stays in all regions in June compared to the same month of 2021, with the Algarve concentrating 31.2% of overnight stays, followed by the Lisbon Metropolitan Area (24.5%), the North (15.5%) and the Autonomous Region of Madeira (11.7%).