Overseas tourism figures for the summer of 2014 show that 380,000 overnight visits were made to Wales by international visitors, an increase of 26,000 (7.5%) over the year.
They spent £148 million, an increase of £9 million (6.7%) on the comparable period in 2013.
Secretary of State for Wales Stephen Crabb said:
Today’s tourism figures show that Wales is capitalising on its world-renowned heritage sites, fantastic food and drink, and warm welcome for visitors.
This is great news for the economy and the thousands of hardworking people that are helping the Welsh tourist industry grow.
Read the latest tourism figures here
Published 15 January 2015