Girona’s Campsites Association and MIFAS, an organisation that works for people with physical, organic, and sensory disabilities inclusion, signed an agreement last October with the aim of developing collaborative initiatives in the field of tourism accessibility and promoting inclusive tourism.
Screenshot of the training day, with the five speakers and the representatives of the Tourist Board. There is a sign …
Inclusive and senior tourism is a transversal factor of the tourist offer that is becoming more and more important. It is a brand and destination strategy that generates differential value and quality. For this reason, in 2021, the Costa Brava Girona Tourist Board is making a definitive commitment to it. Various awareness-raising and training actions are planned, as well as actions to communicate good practices.
It aims at pointing out the value of the region as an accessible tourist destination and to bring on a new qualitative and distinguishing attribute in the tourist competitiveness offered in the Baix Empordà.
The Costa Brava and the Girona Pyrenees have been the central theme in the first webinar of the cycle “Plan your trip: accessible tourism and COVID-19”, organised by PREDIF with the support of Fundación ONCE.
The Costa Brava Girona Tourism Board announces the 5th edition of the Costa Brava Inclusive Film Award. This is an award that aims to recognize the best micro stories in video format about inclusive holidays in the Costa Brava or in the Girona Pyrenees.
with a touch of humour and in the privileged surroundings of the Costa Brava and the Girona Pyrenees. Would you like to know which Girona areas Tabús has visited? We make a review.
The current Covid-19 pandemic has set a new scenario that calls for a transformation process in all aspects of life, and tourism is no exception.