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National report No. 73. Gibraltar

International Tourism Quarterly (1): 54-63

National report No. 73. Gibraltar

Tourism has changed in Gibraltar since Spain closed the border between the two countries in 1969. Tourist arrivals were down as the means of entry were barred. Most tourists are British and Irish attracted by the sun and lack of language problems. The hotel industry in Gibraltar is dominated by six hotels with a bed capacity of 100 and by two self-catering apartment complexes each with a capacity of 200 flats.

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