United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees published data about the arrivals of people to Europe by the sea. The data refer to arrivals from January to November 2015. A total of 862,901 people have arrived to Europe via Spain (3,592), Malta (105), Italy (143,700), and Greece (715,704).
3,485 people trying to reach Europe are either dead or missing
Demographic data of arrivals: 62% men, 16% women, 22%
Greece hit a record in October with 210,824 arrivals and 156,457 in September. In November 101,736 arrived in Greece almost as much as in August.
The countries routes: from Morocco to Spain, from Tunisia and Libya to Malta, from Libya and Egypt to Italy, from Turkey to Greece and Italy.
From Greece the Caravan of Hope leads to Germany via FYROM, Serbia, Croatia and Austria.
Details about the arrivals of refugees and countries of origin see in UN Refugee Agency here.