Holiday rental enquiry rates

This page summarises holiday rental enquiry data from España Breaks over the past 30 days. Owners should use it to tailor their offers according to guest activity.

Most popular dates

This section highlights the most requested travel dates in the next 12 months:

September 2014 (12.5%)
October 2014 (18.8%)
November 2014 (7.9%)
December 2014 (13.5%)
January 2015 (4.1%)
February 2015 (5.5%)
March 2015 (6.9%)
April 2015 (6.3%)
May 2015 (2.2%)
June 2015 (2.9%)
July 2015 (8.7%)
August 2015 (9.5%)
September 2015 (1.1%)

TIP: Got availability in a popular period? Now's the time to run a special offer!

Group sizes

This section shows demand from various sized groups of travellers:

Solo travellers Couples 3 people 4 people 5-7 people 8+ people
0.7% 45.9% 13.0% 14.7% 16.0% 9.7%

Is your property child friendly?

  • 37.7% of enquirers will be travelling with children under 16.
  • 15.6% enquirers will be travelling with children under 5 years old.

Length of stay

This section shows the typical duration of stay required by holidaymakers. (Note España Breaks does not offer stays shorter than 1 week.)

7 nights (41.4%)
8 nights (2.7%)
9 nights (3.9%)
10 nights (11.1%)
11 nights (5.2%)
12 nights (2.0%)
13 nights (0.5%)
14 nights (20.4%)
15 nights (0.7%)
16 nights (0.9%)
17 nights (0.5%)
18 nights (0.4%)
19 nights (0.1%)
21 nights (3.6%)
22 nights (0.3%)
24 nights (0.1%)
26 nights (0.1%)
28 nights (6.0%)

How to use this information

This data is based on email enquiries via España Breaks over the last 30 days and shows the interest level in holiday properties throughout Spain and the Canary Islands.

It can be a useful tool to gauge the market appeal of your holiday rental property. As a general rule of thumb the broader your appeal to current enquirers, the easier it will be to generate bookings.

Conversely if you find your property has a more limited appeal you will need to compensate by increasing your marketing efforts and setting prices more carefully.

Please bookmark this page - enquiry patterns can vary enormously through the year!