Accommodation and Travel Stats

January 2023



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Morsø: Tourism in a nutshell

Registered Accommodation
icon: star 410
50 %
icon: denmark 400
50 %
icon: foreign 9.0
80 %
Registered Accommodation
(September 2022)
icon: establishment 3.0
0 %
icon: room 1,000
10 %
icon: bed 3,000
10 %
Registered Accommodation
(September 2022)
icon: room 11 %
33 %
icon: bed 11 %
33 %

Paid bed nights

Registered bed nights increased 50 percent

In January 2023, 410 registered bed nights were recorded in Morsø (+50.2 %), of which 400 nights were spent by domestic visitors and 9.0 nights by foreigners. Registered domestic bed nights increased 50 percent and registered foreign bed nights increased 80 percent. In total, registered bed nights increased 50 percent from last year's January.

Registered bed nights

Registered bed nights by country of arrival

Market share 0.0 percent

Total of 1.4 million registered bed nights (+73.1 %) were recorded in the whole country, of which 925,000 nights (+53.1 %) were spent by domestic visitors and 434,000 nights (+139.7 %) by foreigners.

The market share of Morsø out of total registered bed nights was 0.0 % (-0.0 percentage points), out of domestic bed nights 0.0 % and foreign bed nights 0.0 %.


Visitors by region

Visitors by city

Visitors by postal code

Visitor nights

Visitor nights by region

Ferry arrivals from different harbors

Total accommodation sales

Registered accommodation sales

Non-registered accommodation sales

Average registered room price (ADR)

Capacity & Utilization

Registered Accommodation (September 2022)

3.0 accommodation establishments (+0)
1,000 rooms (+89)
3,000 beds (+270)

Room utilization 10.6 % (-5.3)
Unsold rooms 900
Bed utilization 10.6 % (-5.3)

Registered room utilization for establishments

Key indicators

Bed nights



Travel key indicators: the darker the square the larger the value.

Dark squares in the middle (vertically) mean the main season is in the summer. Dark squares on the top and the bottom mean the main season is in the winter. Gradually darkening squares from left to right signify growth over the years.

It is important to notice that the largest values (darkest squares) are not necessarily during the same months between different stats as this might reveal interesting details about travel and accommodation trends.



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Sources: Statistics Denmark

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