The Secretary of State for Tourism and the Autonomous Communities, meeting in an extraordinary Sectoral Commission, have agreed to submit the Tourism Sustainability Plans for Destinations to the Sectoral Conference for their implementation this year.

This is a program included in the Post COVID-19 Tourism Sector Promotion Plan, which aims to help destination managers and can cope with the drop in demand due to the health crisis.

The Sustainability Plans contemplate two different lines: one aimed at pioneering destinations, with specific needs for renewal and repositioning, and the other at destinations located in rural and inland areas, for the creation of a product based on its wealth and uniqueness with which it energize these areas and fight against depopulation.

For the Secretary of State for Tourism, Isabel Oliver, “the application of these sustainability plans will contribute to the recovery of the tourism sector after the coronavirus crisis and will allow us to strengthen its competitiveness, accelerating its transformation towards a model based on sustainability and digitization ”.

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