| The ecological transition and digitization will mark the roadmap of smart tourist destinations, an objective in which the Department of Tourism of the Alcazareño city council had been working for many months | Los Alcázares continues its important commitment to Tourism for local revitalization.
For this reason, from the portfolio directed by the mayor María José Díaz Aragón they have worked in the last year in an intense way in the implementation of projects necessary for the municipality, as well as the adherence to other national and European plans that will improve planning tourist of the town."Smart Tourist Destination is an innovative tourist destination, consolidated on a cutting-edge technological infrastructure, which guarantees the sustainable development of the tourist territory, accessible to all, which facilitates the interaction and integration of the visitor with the environment and increases the quality of their experience in the destination and improves the quality of life of the resident ", explains the project report.The latest advance is about the Smart Tourist Destinations Network, which Los Alcázares has joined this week along with 29 other cities in Spain.The Executive Committee of the DTI Network, chaired by the Secretary of State for Tourism, Fernando Valdés, has approved the registration of the 30 new destinations, bringing the number of members of the DTI Network to 179.The Smart Tourist Destinations Network, established on February 27, 2019, aims to promote a new frame of reference to consolidate the competitiveness of the Spanish tourism model.
Among the jobs in which the Network works, it is necessary to include a training and training plan for all members aimed at improving knowledge and skills, the purpose of which will be to provide destination managers with the necessary skills to improve management.For her part, the councilor Día Aragón has said that "this is the result of a well-executed job by the technicians who make up Los Alcázares Tourism, and of our clear commitment to modernize and update tourist plans for the benefit of the sectors economic that are part of it in the locality.
"The Secretary of State for Tourism has highlighted the importance of the DTI Network in a context such as the current one and within the framework of the programs and initiatives that should be part of the recovery plans that Spain must present to the European Commission in the coming months for your approval.New destinations incorporatedAmong the destinations that have joined the DTI Network today include the municipalities of Águilas, Alcoy, Aller, Andújar, Barbate, Barco de Ávila, Benalmádena, Caravaca de la Cruz, Casares, Castropol, Chiclana, Chipiona, Estepona, Fortuna, Fuengirola, Hellín, Los Alcázares, Madrid, Morella, Osuna, Ponferrada, Rincón de la Victoria, Salobreña, Santa Margarida, Toledo and Villadeciervos.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Los Alcázares