The Casares house museum has received 771 visits this summer, of which 689 have been Spanish, followed by British and French.
The Birthplace of Blas Infante has taken stock of the number of visits received this summer in which 771 tourists have passed through, of which practically 50% have visited the house museum, and the other half have agreed to request tourist information about Casares.
Most of it is national and local tourism, although many of the visitors were people who spent their vacations in Casares or in other towns in the area and who have made a visit to get to know the Historic Center.
Specifically, 689 of these visitors were of Spanish nationality, followed by 30 British, 19 French and the rest from Germany, Denmark, Portugal and Latin America. And in all cases it was private groups, since it is outside the summer season when excursions and organized group visits increase.
More than half of these visits, 391, occurred in the month of August, followed by the month of July, which had 256, and in June, 124.
In addition to these face-to-face visits, the Blas Infante Birthplace, which also houses the Casares Tourist Information Point, does a great job in terms of telephone service. In this sense, the consultations regarding the Baños de la Hedionda, the cultural events held during the summer and about the visits to the Natal House have predominated.
It should also be noted that there have been many people from different parts of the national territory who have contacted the tourist office to receive information on the Municipality’s Field Guide on reptiles and amphibians published by the Casares City Council.