Spain, through the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation and SEGITTUR, will collaborate with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to promote the smart tourism destinations (DTI) model in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC).

Spain has been a pioneer in the world in the development of the DTI model, having obtained not only national recognition, but also international recognition by such relevant organizations as the IDB, the World Tourism Organization, the World Travel and Tourism Council or the European Commission.

The IDB is the main source of financing for development in Latin America and the Caribbean and prioritizes tourism as one of the main instruments to promote economic growth, social inclusion, and environmental preservation in the region.

The IDB has opted for SEGITTUR because of its track record and experience, not only in creating the DTI model and methodology, but also in promoting a Network of Smart Tourist Destinations (RED DTI), which currently has more than 250 members. The project is funded by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation through the General Cooperation Fund of Spain.

The DTI model

The Smart Tourist Destination (DTI) project was created with the aim of providing destinations with a tool to face the challenges of the sector, improve their competitiveness and develop a sustainable tourism model in the long term.

The DTIs implement a pioneering methodology throughout the world, focused on incorporating innovation and new technologies into work processes, always at the service of sustainability and accessibility objectives, in an efficient, transparent and participatory tourism governance model.

In parallel to the development of a homogeneous framework, the DTIs are aligned with the process of creating smart cities that in Spain has its own Technical Standard, UNE 178501, which also regulates the DTI Management System, in addition to the UNE 178502, relative to indicators and tools, and with UNE 178503 on semantics applied to tourism.

The DTI Network

The maximization of the benefits that the DTI Methodology brings to destinations is promoted through the DTI Network, a space for exchange and coordination for the transfer of knowledge, the generation of synergies between destinations and the development of strategic alliances between them and the private sector, giving continuity and solidity to the initiative.

The project, sponsored by the IDB through the General Cooperation Fund of Spain and which will last until 2022, will promote the adoption of technology in LAC destinations, as well as a governance oriented towards the creation of a regional DTI Network, taking into account the need to promote public-private cooperation, strengthen destination management capacities, as well as generate a collaborative fabric in which to exchange good practices and generate knowledge about the potential of technologies applied to tourism.

The DTIs in the LAC Region

WTTC estimates suggest that, in 2019, tourism represented 8.1% of total Latin American GDP and 13.8% of Caribbean GDP. Tourism was also responsible for 7.9% of total employment in Latin America and 13.5% in the Caribbean. However, the impact of COVID-19 on the tourism sector is profound, globally.

In this context, it is essential to consider the role that digital and emerging technologies can play to reactivate the sector and guarantee its future profitability, reinforcing not only the concepts of health security, but also those of adaptation to climate change and socio-environmental sustainability in destinations. .

For this reason, this project is relevant and timely, since it will apply instruments for technological diagnosis and dissemination of knowledge, it will prepare technological pre-investment plans and innovative project designs that will accelerate the adoption of digital and emerging technologies by the tourist destinations of LAC.

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Spain and Mexico today held a bilateral forum for the exchange of good practices aimed at restarting safe travel, in which the top Tourism officials of their respective governments, the Secretary General of the World Tourism Organization, Zurab Pololikashvili, participated. and representatives of the tourism sector from both countries.

For the Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, Reyes Maroto, which opened the day, "at this time, our main management efforts should be directed to the three priorities that will mark the future of tourism: accelerating the vaccination process and pandemic control, the development of certificates for safe travel and guarantee the safe destination ”.

In her speech, the minister explained how in Spain “the vaccination process is picking up speed. According to our Vaccination Plan, at the end of summer, 70% of the population could be immunized ”. Maroto has remarked that at present "transmitting security is essential"; He recalled the twenty sanitary hygiene protocols approved by Spain for the entire tourism sector and that today are international benchmarks and has valued Turespaña's "Travel Safe" communication campaign, with practical information and advice for traveler safety.

This Binational Forum on 'Regulatory and Biosanitary Experiences for Tourism', in which the Mexican Secretary of Tourism, Miguel Torruco, has also intervened, has allowed both countries to continue working on the standardization of security protocols for international travel and on the collaboration between countries for the reactivation of tourism at a global level, through dialogue and exchange of experiences.

Forum participants

The day was completed with speeches by the Vice President and CEO of the Iberostar Group, Sabina Fluxà; Iberia's sales director for Spain, Portugal and North Africa, Guillermo González Valina; the president of INVERHOTEL and CEO of Grupo Piñero, Encarna Piñero; the regional vice president for the Americas of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), Peter Cerdá and the regional advisor on International Health Regulations of the Health Emergencies Department of the Pan American Health Organization, Roberta Andraghetti.

Both in Spain and Mexico, the tourism sector has a prominent weight in the economies of both countries. According to the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), in Spain tourism represented 14.3% of GDP and 14.6% of total employment before the pandemic, and in Mexico 15.5 % of GDP and 13.3% of total employment.

In 2019, Spain was the 3rd destination for Mexicans and 2nd European destination, after France. In addition, in 2018 Spain was the 7th issuing market for Mexico, where large Spanish hotel chains have a presence, with high-class establishments (75% of them are five-star hotels).

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The Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, Reyes Maroto, today presented at the ‘Reactivatur’ Tourism Sector Conference, a new website developed by Segittur to facilitate the search for available aid for the tourism sector at different levels of the Administration.

For the head of tourism, "it is a very necessary tool to facilitate knowledge and access to the aid that companies and freelancers in the tourism sector can benefit from and prevent them from getting lost in a tangle of webs or not knowing or even where to look. Reactivatur aims to be an agile and fast access door to the aid that companies, freelancers and workers in the sector can request at the different levels of the Administration. Local entities, Autonomous Communities and the Government of Spain have aid and programs in place whose access and knowledge are to be facilitated through this initiative aimed at companies, freelancers and associations of the tourism sector, and each of its subsectors in particular.

The aids that can be found in Reactivatur are linked to economic, tax, labor and training aspects, as well as to actions aimed at the digital transformation of tourism. To avoid a frustrating browsing experience for the user, Reactivatur will only show aids whose application period is open.

The user will be able to locate the grants through a search engine that allows them to be selected by autonomous communities, type of administration, recipients and sectors of application. Likewise, the website has a map showing the number of aid in force by autonomous community.

Sustainability Plans

The Tourism Sector Conference – in which the Secretary of State for Tourism, Fernando Valdés; the general director of Turespaña, Miguel Sanz, and the regional councilors of the field – has approved a new ordinary call for the program of Tourism Sustainability Plans in Destinations that will be financed by the Secretary of State for Tourism with 23 million euros foreseen in the current Budgets Generals of the State.

This ordinary call for Tourism Sustainability Plans in Destinations is independent of the sustainability actions that the Secretary of State for Tourism will develop with the Next Generation EU European recovery funds, with which a plan for modernization and competitiveness of the sector will be financed. tourist endowed with 3,400 million euros.

The Tourism Sustainability Plans in Destinations program pursues the general objective of advancing in the transformation of tourist destinations towards a model based on sustainability. It is aimed at three categories of destinations: sun and beach, urban and rural and / or in protected natural areas, since each of them requires different interventions.

In the case of the former, many of them pioneers, they need to face the obsolescence of part of the facilities of the different subsectors of the destination's value chain, renew public facilities, expand the catalog of services and tourist spaces that they offer. , to complement the sun and beach product, as well as moving towards a more sustainable use of natural resources.

Urban tourist destinations need to maintain and improve their historic centers, diversify traditional routes through cities with new routes to decongest some areas, as well as reconcile the various uses of tourist neighborhoods, establishing models of coexistence between the resident population and the visitor.

In the case of rural tourist destinations and / or in protected natural areas, the objective is to promote and stimulate the tourist offer, always from a sustainable point of view, and in order that the promotion of this activity results in economic opportunities for the territory and its people, and help curb depopulation.

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The Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, Reyes Maroto, has participated in the presentation of the report "Tourism innovation and smart specialization in Spain: Essential levers for recovery", prepared by SEGITTUR in collaboration with the Cotec Foundation for Innovation and Infyde. A work that offers an overall and territorialized vision of the defining elements of our tourism model before the arrival of COVID-19 and focuses on innovation, knowledge and smart specialization as levers on which to design the sheet of route for recovery and transition towards a new more resilient, sustainable, digital and innovative tourism model. The report carries out an analysis of the relationship between innovation and the tourism sector based on the exploitation of statistical information available between 2003 and 2018.

For Minister Reyes Maroto, “it is time to address a reflection on the competitive model of the Spanish tourism sector and its role in the economy and to integrate new competitive factors such as sustainability, quality, knowledge and innovation. The new Sustainable Tourism Strategy 2030 and the Modernization and Competitiveness Plan of the tourism sector have as a priority to promote the recovery of the sector and promote an innovative tourism model based on new models of smart tourism destinations and knowledge-intensive, innovative and new tourism companies. technologies".

The head of tourism has proposed creating an alliance for tourism innovation and knowledge, a meeting place between universities, industry, business associations and public institutions to be able to respond to the new scientific and transformation challenges of tourism in the post-COVID-19 era. “In line with objective 17 of the SDGs (alliances to achieve the objectives), from the Ministry we want to promote an alliance for innovation in the tourism sector that, within the framework of the new tourism strategy, allows aligning the efforts of the tourism industry and technological; promoting public-private cooperation in the definition and financing of innovative initiatives. Within this alliance, in addition to research, the study and teaching of tourism public policies and private tourism management models would be promoted, so that Spain is internationally recognized for its public policies, tourism technology and models. private management ”, highlighted Maroto.

One of the main conclusions that stand out in the report is that the tourism sector has a long way to go to match other sectors of activity in terms of innovation, technological application and extension of knowledge to maintain and increase the leadership that Spain enjoys at the level international. In the same way, it points out that the Spanish regions have before them the opportunity to promote common cooperation frameworks for the development of specific actions to promote innovation in the tourism sector that they should take advantage of.

Thus, the document highlights that the strong transversality of the tourism sector allows promoting a map of tourism innovation for the incorporation of complementary technologies with the growing needs of the market, for example, from areas such as ICTs, the environment, design , agribusiness, infrastructures, technologies oriented to cultural heritage, building technologies, passenger transport and logistics, technologies oriented to gastronomic tourism and those related to health tourism.

It also contemplates that, from the perspective of technologies, the main challenge of Spanish tourism is to establish synergies and joint actions oriented to the concept of Smart Tourist Destination (ITD), in interaction with the work program developed by the Secretary of State for Tourism to through SEGITTUR and within the framework of the activities of the Smart Tourist Destinations Network and within the new Sustainable Tourism Strategy 2030 and the Modernization and Competitiveness Plan of the tourism sector defined within the framework of the European Recovery Funds.

The document points out a set of barriers to innovation identified by the sector, including access to finance, scarcity of own funds and public subsidies, difficulties in finding partners to cooperate in their activities, market dominance by part of established companies, as well as difficulties in recruiting qualified personnel.
Finally, the study also includes the detail of value chains for each of the autonomous communities. A representation of the commercial relations of the tourist sectors with the rest of the sectors of the regional economies.

The full report is available at

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The Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, Reyes Maroto, has participated in the meeting to prepare the 2021-2022 Xacobeo National Tourist Plan, which aims to serve as a lever to reactivate this tourist destination and promote the Caminos de Santiago, generating a unique product in what will be a great tourist and personal experience.

For Minister Reyes Maroto, with this project that is taking its first steps today, “it is intended to reinforce the development and consolidation of the Xacobeo tourism product from a perspective of sustainability, inclusive, digital, quality and safe, in short, a commitment to the tourism model that we want for the future. Furthermore, this plan is a unique product that will strengthen our image as an international tourist destination ”. As the minister has pointed out, this project "unites territories and people who will be connected by a unique experience of personal reunion and also with the diverse heritage, historical and cultural wealth of our country."

At the meeting, chaired by the minister, the Secretary of State for Tourism, Fernando Valdes, and connected telematically representatives of tourism of the Autonomous Communities. In addition, it has had the participation of Xose Manuel Santos Solla, Professor of the Department of Geography and Land Management at the University of Santiago who has made a presentation on the importance of the Camino de Santiago in its tourist and spiritual aspect that the road has for many believers.

The minister explained the main actions that the plan will have, such as: the rehabilitation of real estate of historical heritage with tourist use to make them sustainable; tourist sustainability actions of the destinations; measures to promote and prioritize plans in the destinations that are part of the Caminos de Santiago. In addition, the model of the network of smart tourist destinations will be expanded and actions to promote Xacobeo 2021-2022 will be carried out both nationally and internationally.

Finally, Maroto explained that collaboration agreements will be signed with public and private entities to support projects that contribute to the development of the tourist product and the commemoration of the Xacobeo year.

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The Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism, Reyes Maroto, has participated in the high-level meeting of Ministers of Tourism of the European Union (EU) in which he urged the European Commission to accelerate the development of digital instruments for health information interoperable between States such as the vaccination certificate to facilitate mobility interrupted by the pandemic and guarantee the resumption of safe travel.

During the meeting, the minister Maroto has called for the need to advance in the adoption of common protocols in all Member States to avoid prohibitions of movement of travelers within the internal market and also with third countries, especially in the case of the United Kingdom, since coordination in this matter will be fundamental to guarantee the gradual recovery of tourism.
Reyes Maroto has defended "that the certificates are a useful and effective tool to resume mobility in a safe way", in addition, the minister has insisted that "efforts be redoubled to ensure better coordination and communication of measures related to travel at the EU level in order to avoid discriminatory measures between citizens and regain trust among travelers ”. Maroto has insisted that "it is important to have the tools ready to start mobility and return to Europe as a safe travel destination when the virus incidence data allow it".

The minister has insisted that the priority must continue to be to speed up the vaccination process to protect citizens, at the same time that she has urged the Commission to draw up a coordinated proposal to resume the free movement of people, since it will be key and will represent an important boost in support of the relaunch of travel and the tourism sector, especially affected by the mobility restriction measures.

Reyes Maroto has also asked the Commission to develop an ambitious program for the recovery of community tourism under the new budgetary framework that will allow Europe to continue to be a tourist reference throughout the world.

Finally, the Minister of Tourism has indicated that the Extension Regulation by Categories of aid compatible with the internal market should be expanded to reinforce the framework of state aid and favor schemes of aid to the solvency of tourism companies that are going to take longer than other economic sectors to recover their activity.

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Fitur 2021, in its special edition Tourism is back, confirms its celebration between the days May 19 to 23, and it will be the first great experience of safe international mobility in Spain.

Representatives of all the administrations and organizations involved in this fair have met at the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Tourism to confirm their commitment to the celebration of this great international tourism fair, which seeks to relaunch Tourism on a global level and consolidate Spain as a safe tourism prescriber.

The Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, Reyes Maroto; the president of the IFEMA Executive Committee, Jose Vicente de los Mozos; the president of IBERIA and the Organizing Committee of Fitur, Javier Sánchez Prieto; the Minister of Culture and Tourism of the Community of Madrid, Marta Rivera de la Cruz, and the Tourism delegate of the Madrid City Council, Almudena Maíllo, have confirmed the necessary support to make Fitur the great platform to promote the tourism and travel sector, committing the necessary resources to make the event a safe space from the health point of view and offer a digital window to the world.

In the words of the Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, Reyes Maroto, “The celebration of Fitur is good news because it allows us to show the world that Spain is synonymous with a quality and safe destination. In addition, Fitur will be a global showcase to discuss initiatives such as health passports, tourist corridors, diagnostic tests, etc. but it also represents a milestone for the tourism sector that faces 2021 with optimism due to the arrival of vaccines that offers a horizon for the reactivation of the sector ”.

An idea on which the president of the IFEMA Executive Committee, José Vicente de los Mozos, has influenced, stating that “we are going to concentrate all our efforts to shield the celebration of one of the main tourism fairs in the world, such as Fitur, in the May call for which the various players in an industry that need to accelerate its recovery have pinned their hopes and which has now more than ever been revealed as a great engine of the economy. At IFEMA we have the protocols and sufficient conditions for this call to be carried out under the highest standards of health safety. "

In this order of things, and with the aim of maximizing the safety of all those attending Fitur and defining an ultra-safe space for the development of the largest event in the world tourism industry, IFEMA representatives have explained that, in addition to the mandatory nature of PCR tests at origin and rapid on-site tests, a protocol has been developed that gathers all the necessary measures to organize the flow of attendees and their mobility; establish capacity controls, safety distances, the elimination of direct contact through digital registration, and the incorporation of the latest technologies for health safety and the counting of attendees, and especially for air renewal in pavilions.

Regarding this last aspect of ventilation, it is worth highlighting the attention paid to minimizing the risk of contagion by air, such as air conditioning systems. All IFEMA pavilions are equipped with a ventilation system that guarantees 100% outside air, being able to renew all the air in the pavilion in just over 20 min, maintaining at all times the comfort temperature necessary for the development of activity.

As of today, Fitur 2021, which has been recognized by the Government as an Event of Exceptional Public Interest, has sold 70% of the reserved area at IFEMA, with more than 41,200 net square meters

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The Gran Prix de las Carrilanas de Esteiro (A Coruña), one of the great events on the Galician festive calendar, has been declared today a Festival of National Tourist Interest after the resolution signed by the Secretary of State for Tourism, Fernando Valdés.

"The Galician‘ crazy cars ’currently represent a fully consolidated festival whose cultural value, meaning and scope as a tourist attraction, together with its originality, make it worthy of this recognition," said the Secretary of State.

Festival of Tourist Interest in Galicia since 2000, the Carrilanas de Esteiro have their origin in 1988, at the initiative of a group of residents of the town who sought to restore its splendor to the patron saint festivities of the parish, the festivities of Santa Mariña , which could not compete economically with the festivities of neighboring towns linked to the Virgen del Carmen, patron saint of sailors, and which are also celebrated in mid-July.

A post-war toy

To distinguish themselves from the typical religious celebrations, they decided to create an event that would awaken the interest of the neighbors and at the same time be a sign of the cultural identity of the town. Thus arose the idea of ​​making a carrilana race, a characteristic wooden toy car in the post-war era.
The carrilana is a 3 or 4-wheeled vehicle, with wooden axles, wheels and chassis, without bearings and without an engine or propulsion system.

In the Esteiro Grand Prix, participants descend a circuit of approximately 3 km in length, the “O Maio” slope, reaching speeds of up to 90 km / h the fastest.
If in the 90s of the last century, it was already a reference festival in the region, the Carrilanas de Esteiro currently congregate more than 30,000 people.

For this reason, the city council of Muros requested on December 30, 2020 to the Secretary of State for Tourism its declaration as a Festival of National Tourist Interest, which has been resolved favorably after accrediting the requirements established for that purpose in Order ITC851 / 2019, July 25.

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The first Tourism Sustainability Plans approved last September at the Sectorial Conference began their execution this week with the constitution of their monitoring commissions, the body with representation from the three participating administrations (state, regional and local) that will be in charge of ensuring that the plans are carried out effectively and in accordance with the agreement.
"This program is aimed at improving our pioneering destinations and developing our offer in inland Spain, incorporating sustainability, in its triple environmental, socioeconomic and territorial dimension, in the creation of products, promotion and in the management of the destinations themselves", The Secretary of State for Tourism, Fernando Valdés, has explained. "It is also an example of collaboration between the different levels of the Administration that will boost economic activity in destinations", he added.

The first monitoring commissions to be set up were those corresponding to the Sierra Espuña (Murcia), La Siberia (Badajoz) and Sierra de Francia (Salamanca) plans. The rest – in total there are 25 sustainability plans approved in the first call of 2020, with a total funding of 58 million euros – will be configured in the coming weeks. In these first meetings, the actions that will be carried out in 2021 are being approved and specified, since the budget is distributed over three years.


The Sierra Espuña (Murcia) Plan, with an investment of 2.75 million euros, seeks to consolidate this Regional Park as a sustainable tourism destination at an international level. To do this, it will improve its offer of cultural tourism and agrotourism, conditioning archaeological sites, improving routes, adapting shelters, expanding areas for motorhomes and digitizing tourist offices, among other actions. The plan is financed by the Secretary of State for Tourism, the Government of Murcia (contributing 40% each) and the Sierra Espuña Tourist Association (20%).

The project in the La Siberia Biosphere Reserve (Badajoz) has an investment of 2,437,500 euros, financed 40% by the Secretary of State for Tourism and the Junta de Extremadura and the remaining 20% ​​by the Provincial Council of Badajoz. It aims to develop the offer of ecotourism, gastronomy and water activities, acting on the network of piers and river beaches, entrances and tourist information points, among other actions.

The plan in the Sierra de Francia Biosphere Reserve (Salamanca), with 2,375 million euros, is focused on the creation of ecotourism products and complementary experiences and includes actions also aimed at signaling routes and training and business training . Like the previous ones, the Secretary of State and the Junta de Castilla y León contribute 40% and the Provincial Council of Salamanca the remaining 20%.

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The international restrictions on mobility caused by the need to combat the COVID-19 pandemic are not particularly affecting Spain as a destination, as reflected in various recently published studies that measure the intention of international tourists to travel again.

"Our image has not been harmed and there is a desire of tourists to travel to Spain again", stated the Minister of Industry, Commerce and Tourism, Reyes Maroto, at the opening of the virtual conference "Reset and Restart: New opportunities for a sector of the future", organized by Turespaña and to which more than 4,000 people have registered.

Despite the uncertainties facing the sector in 2021, the minister has emphasized the certainties that allow us to be optimistic about the future. "The first certainty is the availability of vaccines and the start of vaccination in many countries that offer a horizon of hope to immunize a majority of the population that would be in a position to travel safely by the end of spring, where we hope to be immunized between 30 and 40% of the population. The second certainty is that we know that the recovery of mobility will bring about a rapid reactivation of tourism ”. In this recovery stage, the minister stressed, the network of Tourism Offices abroad will play a leadership role, as Turespaña is already demonstrating with its 'Travel Safe' communication strategy, which is positioning Spain as a prescriber of safe travel. Maroto has also valued the leadership exercised by Spain at the international level to favor mobility in a safe way with initiatives such as tests at origin or tourist corridors.

"We must redouble our efforts to convey a message of confidence abroad because we know that tourists want to come to Spain and that, if they are provided with the necessary security conditions, they are willing to do so", he remarked.

This conclusion is based on the results of reports such as those published regularly by the European Travel Commission. According to its latest wave published this January, 52% of Europeans plan to travel in the next six months, 67% feel safe to enjoy their trip with strict health and safety protocols and Spain is still the country preferred to travel, the minister has summarized.

Also the data from the Study of Positioning of Spain as a Tourist Destination that Turespaña has jointly prepared with the Elcano Institute show that Spain is the second preferred destination for future trips after Italy.

Tourism modernization and competitiveness plan

While the recovery arrives, the Government is already working on a plan to modernize and competitive the tourism sector that will have an investment of 3.4 billion euros in the next three years from the European recovery fund Next Generation.
The Secretary of State for Tourism, Fernando Valdés, presented at the same conference the five lines of action on which this plan pivots, which will allow us to finally address the challenges that the sector had been facing for a long time and that the pandemic has accelerated, such as they are the need for diversity and more seasonally adjusted our offer.

"Spain concentrates 45% international visits between June and September, while the destinations where 11 million international visits are concentrated per year represent less than one percent of our population," Valdés said by way of example. “Spain is a leader and will continue to be in sun and beach products. But there is room for improvement to diversify our product, as more and more people visit us for our gastronomy, for our alternative leisure, to practice winter sports or participate in cultural visits.

The capacity for growth that we have in short-stay visits is also great ”, he pointed out.
The five axes on which the modernization and competitiveness plan of the tourism sector is structured are, as explained by the Secretary of State, the sustainability of destinations; tourism product development; digitization; resilience strategies in non-peninsular territories and actions regarding competitiveness.

Sustainability, the flagship

The flagship of the plan will be the Tourism Sustainability Plans, which will have an investment of more than 1,800 million euros and will be destined to modernize pioneering destinations, develop inland destinations and promote urban destinations, always from the perspective of sustainability from a triple dimension: environmental, socio-economic and territorial.

The second axis, with an investment of close to 100 million euros, has to do with a product development strategy that will be carried out through public-private collaboration and the support of the Secretary of State for Tourism to tourism clubs. product to promote booming activities such as wine tourism, cycle tourism, congress or cultural tourism, among others.

To advance in the digitization of the sector, the plan foresees 375 million euros to which companies that present projects and innovative solutions associated, for example, to the management of reserves, cybersecurity or the management of their capacities will be able to choose.
The resilience strategies for the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands contemplate 100 million euros for each of the Communities and another 10 million for each of the autonomous cities.

Finally, the plan contemplates various actions to improve the competitiveness of the sector, helping companies in their green transition, investing in the conservation of historical heritage for tourist use and ordering the supply of Homes for Tourist Use.

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