The government of Spain, through the secretariat of state of tourism, is developing the strategy of sustainable tourism of Spain 2030, a national agenda of tourism for the challenges of the sector in the medium and long term, pushing the three pillars of sustainability: socio-economic, environmental and territorial. For this, it has promoted a participatory process which involves the sector and the autonomous communities.
The goal of the new strategy is to lay the foundations of the transformation of tourism English to a model of sustained growth and sustainable, which allows us to maintain its leading position worldwide. The new model, will be supported in improving competitiveness and profitability of industry, in the natural and cultural values spreads destinations, and in the equitable distribution of the benefits and burdens of tourism.
As a document before the design of this strategy of Sustainable Tourism is now presented this report that defines the strategic guidelines of this new national agenda of tourism, analyzing future challenges facing the tourist sector in the next decade.
The future sustainable tourism strategy of Spain 2030 is a commitment and a plan that should contribute to the achievement of the ODS Handheld 2030 of United nations.
Spain is a world leader in the tourism sector, and constitutes one of the main pillars of our economy, source of income (brings 11.7 per cent of PIB) and employment generation, used to 12.2% of total participants in spain.
40 Years is driving growth in this sector. Along these decades strategies have evolved, tourism of “ sun and beach ” more focused strategies in quality. However, the sector is now facing new challenges, profound social change and productive sectors, which require a new vision and new formulas enabling this sector maintain and increase their results.
The strategy proposes a tourist growth model for the coming years based on the following principles:
Set the objective and the foundations of the Pattern defines the five strategic axes of the new government Agenda for the tourist sector.