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Moratalla, one of the most sought peoples (26/07/2016)

On the other hand, the Sierra Norte de Madrid stands out as the most sought after area, followed the Aragonese Pyrenees and the Valley of Jerte

Getaway vacation, rural tourism portal that brings together the largest national offer of accommodation (over 90% of the total) has launched the second wave of the 100 most sought after destinations on its website, corresponding to the second quarter.

The ranking includes both peoples and the most sought after areas, where the Principality of Asturias remains the favorite autonomy users when conducting their searches, with 15 towns and eight zones that have carved a niche in the standings.

On the other hand, Andalucia, Castilla y Leon, Catalonia and Murcia are communities aroused great interest among travelers who use the portal.

Among the 100 most searched towns, the Asturian town of Llanes leads the ranking, followed by his countrywomen Cangas de Onis and Ribadesella.

Cazorla (Jaén) ranks fourth, while Cabárceno, Cantabria is located in the fifth.

Rounding out the top 10 Moratalla (Murcia), Alcalá del Júcar (Albacete), Ronda (Málaga), El Bosque (Cádiz) and Orbach del Castillo (Burgos).

Madrid Sierra Norte, again among the favorites

As for the areas that cause greater claim, note that mountain destinations are the most sought among web users.

Sierra Norte de Madrid has been placed on the podium, followed by the Aragonese Pyrenees (Huesca) and Valle del Jerte (Caceres).

Rounding out the ranking the Sierra de Cazorla (Jaén), which coincides in position with the people, the Sierra de Gredos (Avila), Picos de Europa (Asturias), Ruidera (Albacete), the Costa Asturiana, Costa Brava and Cape Gata (Almería).

Rural tourism a step away from the city

As a novelty, Escapadarural.com has noticed a growing trend to finding accommodation on the outskirts of Spanish cities.

This is the case of Gijon, which is ranked 12 of the table, San Sebastián (14), Santiago de Compostela (16), Santander (18) and Logroño (21).

This new inclination is that more and more rural tourists are attracted by the gastronomic and cultural offerings that can offer a city without sacrificing charm and tranquility of rural environments.

Source: CTN

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