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

Council’s Environment Committee to hold emergency meeting on dumping controversy

first_imgAn emergency meeting has been called for Donegal County Council’s Environment & Emergency Services Strategic Policy Committee following last night’s RTE Investigates programme on illegal dumping. Chairperson of the Committee Sinn Féin Councillor Jack Murray, has called the meeting to discuss the findings of the ‘Ireland’s Wild Waste’ investigations, which alleged specific cases of appalling illegal activity in various sites across Donegal. Commenting in the wake of the controversy, Cllr Murray said; “Like thousands of others across the country, I watched the recent programme in horror at what was reported. “Since then, I have been contacted by many angry constituents who are rightly demanding decisive action from their local representatives.“As such, as chairperson of the Council’s Environment & Emergency Services SPC, I have called a special sitting of the committee to look at illegal dumping across the county.“There we will have the opportunity to put forward all the questions the public is asking and we will analyse this situation in full.“We are lucky to live in the most beautiful county in Ireland. With that, we as a council, have a responsibility to ensure that our scenic countryside is kept pristine for future generations. “Illegal dumping cannot be tolerated. We have to act and the council has to be to the fore in that regard.”Featured image: Moville Waste Facility, via @rteCouncil’s Environment Committee to hold emergency meeting on dumping controversy was last modified: June 20th, 2018 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Cllr Jack MurrayDonegal County Council’s Environment & Emergency Services Strategic Policy CommitteedumpingRTE Investigateslast_img read more