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Welcome to the NECSTouR Good Practice Data Base. This section is dedicated only to NECSTouR Members. Please log in with your member account to have full access.

The Region of Valencia offers numerous attractive proposals all year round. Enjoy the Mediterranean sea, the beach and nature of inland towns and villages; discover the charming coves and beaches of Alicante’s Costa Blanca; enjoy Benidorm’s intense day and night life; travel from tradition to modernity and enjoy sightseeing in Valencia, dive into the best kept secrets of Castellón.

Turisme CV designs the regional tourist strategy to develop and promote the tourism economy in the Region of Valencia. Competitiveness and sustainability are two basic pillars on which the regional tourism policy is based, and hospitality and culture of welcome are, among others, main lines on which the evolution of tourism activity in the Region of Valencia is focused.

For more information visit: www.en.comunitatvalenciana.com


HEADQUARTERS:
Turisme Comunitat Valenciana
C/ De la Democracia 77, torre 2
Valencia 46018
Spain
 

 

CONTACT PERSON 1:

José Luis Wagner Salazar,
Tourism Director Area of Tourism Competitiveness
wagner_jos@gva.es
 
 
CONTACT PERSON 2:

Alicia Gomis Tatay
Promotion Executive Tourism Strategy
gomis_ali@gva.es
 
 

News

Best Practices from MITOMED+ and NECSTouR Members Inspire EcoSTRIM Workshop by Tuscany Region

Oct 21, 2019

 

Various experiences from NECSTouR and its members have been showcased at the “@ttrazione Mare” Workshop. That event has been organised on the 22 October in Livorno by Tuscany Region (NECSTouR founding Region) to identifying good practices and cross-border strategies towards a new sustainable approach for the innovation of the maritime and coastal tourist offer.

 

News

Event

EcoSTRIM Project Conference

 

Anci Toscana and Tuscany Region partners of the ECOSTRIM Project organise the workshop "@trazione MARE - Cross-border strategies for the innovation of the coastal tourist offer" (Aquarium of Livorno, 22 October 2019).

The workshop will represent an opportunity of a cross-border comparison between the various actors - public and private - of the tourism sector with the aim of identifying practices and strategies for a new approach to maritime and coastal tourism.