The ambitious plans of the Mayor and the Municipality of Sir together with the destination management company “Vir tourism” did not stop there. Better indicators of tourist traffic, a promotional campaign that Vir has had over the past five years across Europe and the creation of a recognisable horticultural tourist product, have enabled the island not to depend on market frivolousness but to create Child tax Credit Worksheet, retain and develop it. We quickly moved the boundaries of what we want. The next goal was two million nights and a place in the Croatian “top 10”, which we also achieved. Now we want to be one of the top five in Croatia by the end of the year – says Captain Kaposi, pointing to the steady and largest growth in Croatia when it comes to tourist arrivals and overnight stays, as well as the fact that the island of Vir is no longer an exclusive destination for Croats but equally strangers when it comes to overnight stays, and to a large extent for foreign guests when we talk about arrivals. Here are now tourist tourist numbers: from 1,254,903 tourist nights, domestic guests realised 644,724 (51.4%), while foreign tourists 610,179 (48.6% ), while arrivals are convincing on the foreign guests’ side – foreigners realised 67,499 arrivals (68.8 percent), while Croatians accounted for 30,547 (31.2 percent).
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Thus, in the case of domestic guests, the number of overnight stays increased by 32.8 percent (last year’s 485,569 overnight stays), while foreign visitors grew by 36.2 percent (447,965 overnight stays last year). Slovenes (151,399 or 24.8 percent of foreign visitors), followed by Germans (110.414 or 18.1 percent), Hungarians (92.219 or 15.1 percent), Slovaks (57.170 or 9.4 percent), Czechs (53.198 or 8.7 percent) , Poland (36,382 or 5.9 percent), Bosnia and Herzegovina (36,362 or 5.9 percent), Austrians (30,870 or 5.1 percent), Swedes (8,358 or 1.4 percent) and ten Swiss (6,705 or 1 , 1 place).
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The order is more or less expected; there is a large three Slovenes, Germans and Hungarians, while approximately 10 percent of the tourist traffic is represented by Slovaks and Czechs, and by six and five percent Poles, Bosnian, and Austrians. The Swedes and Switzerland lead a larger group of nations from one thousand to eight thousand overnight stays, with a share of around one percent and fewer (Serbs, Italians, Dutch, Belgians, Norwegians, French etc.). Significantly higher share of foreign guests’ arrivals is standard in Vir in recent years, but now their share in total holidays in Vir is even more pronounced.
The largest increase compared to the same Child tax Credit Worksheet period last year (47.2 percent), Slovenians (42.2 percent), Austrians (40.9 percent) and Hungarians (39.5 percent) followed by Poles (30.5 percent), Czech (28.9 percent), Slovaks (20.6 percent) and Bosnia and Herzegovina (15.3 percent). Swedes have improved numbers by 67.6 percent, and Swiss by 43.6 percent, which is a rounded story of the top ten on the night in Vir.