Most overnight stays in camps are realized by Germans, followed by Slovenes

first_imgUkupni smještajni kapacitet u hrvatskim kampovima u 2018. je 248.522 osoba u ukupno 785 objekta (kampova), od čega 214 srednje-velikih kampova (7 kampova više od prethodne 2017. godine) te 571 malih kampova (kampirališta, kamp odmorišta, kampova u (seoskom) domaćinstvu i robinzonskih kampova), tj. 77 više od prethodne godine. The full annual occupancy of camps in 2018 is 77,6 days, which is an increase of 2,9% compared to 2017, or 7,5% compared to 2016. U 2018. hrvatski su kampovi ostvarili 19.275.307 noćenja i 2.920.316 dolazaka, što predstavlja porast broja noćenja za 1% i broja dolazaka za 3,5% (u odnosu na prethodnu 2017. godinu), javljaju iz Kamping udruženja Hrvatske ( KUH ) kao zavržni izvještaj za prošlu godinu. By countries of origin, most overnight stays in Croatian camps are realized by Germans with 35% of overnight stays, followed by Slovenes with 15%. In camping, as many as 62,8% of overnight stays were realized in July and August (7% in 8, 2017% in 64,4). Krivulja sezonalnosti kamping noćenja i dalje ukazuje na veoma visoku ovisnost o glavnoj sezoni „sunca i  mora“ i ljetnim školskim praznicima, ističu iz KUH-a, no i naglašavaju kako značaj same špice sezone, 7. i 8. mjeseca, polagano pada iz godine u godinu na račun jačanja ostalih mjeseci te same pred i posezone.center_img Domaći gosti ostvaruju tek 2% noćenja u kampingu RH, te iako je u 2018. ostvaren porast noćenja od 6,3%, postotni udio domaćih noćenja već duži niz godina pada stopom od gotovo 1% godišnje. The number of overnight stays in campsites follows the capacities, and therefore most camping overnight stays are realized in the County of Istria (51%), followed by the County of Primorje-Gorski Kotar (19%) and the County of Zadar (11%). The largest share of camping overnight stays in the total overnight stays of the county is in the County of Istria, where 38% of the total overnight stays in the county are campsites, and Karlovac County, where campsites account for 36% of overnight stays. In the first place in terms of camp occupancy are the camps of Primorje-Gorski Kotar and Istria counties, and the camps of Zagreb County also achieve an excellent result. Camps in northeastern continental Croatia have the worst occupancy, with only 12,4 days of full occupancy per year. Attachment: Tourist traffic and capacities in camps in the Republic of Croatia 2018last_img read more

The job which doesn’t require a tertiary education and has unlimited earning potential

first_imgMatt Lancashire – Ray White QLD real estate agent and guest speaker at AREC17How many professions can you name that don’t require a tertiary education and the salary is uncapped?It’s a point one of Brisbane’s million dollar agents was keen to point out as he addressed the Australian Real Estate Conference 2017 on the Gold Coast.But that’s not the only reason Matt Lancashire got into real estate.The Ray White New Farm agent sold $100 million worth of real estate last year, including Brisbane’s biggest ever residential sale of 1 Leopard St, Kangaroo Point.For the first time since the epic sale, Lancashire revealed the exact sale price of the property – $18,488,888 million and 88 cents.And just how much he pocketed from it – $509,000.4500 real estate industry players have turned up to hear the secrets to success at the AREC 2017 conference at the Gold Coast.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home4 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor4 hours agoIn his segment, The Road to Number 1 is the Worst Best Kept Secret, the electrician turned prestige real estate agent revealed just how hard he had to work to win the listing and ultimately seal the deal.There were plenty of coffees, breakfasts, lunches and dinners.It was about building relationships, working the phone, using his referral network and “you just really need to hustle”.Lancashire’s love of property began when he bought his first home at the age of 17 and his ambition to succeed in the industry has stemmed from there.“I wanted to be the go-to person in the top end of town Brisbane,” he said.“I’m not saying it’s easy but you need to know what makes you want to get out of bed every morning. You need to know your why.”last_img read more