The Xunta de Galicia enters this week in the middle part of the participation process in which the diagnosis of the future tourism strategy of Galicia 2024–2030 is prepared, which has been carried out since October with different work tables in the different councils of towns in Galicia.
In collaboration with the Galician Tourism Cluster, more than 10 tables have been created with the participation of more than 270 professionals, including public and private sector agents. In them, the needs and challenges for the coming years are presented, and information is collected on the different perspectives and challenges facing tourism in different areas of the Galician community.
The schedule of the next days includes the celebration of Porto do Son, for the estuary of Muros-Noia and Barbanza; in Pontevedra, for Tierras de Pontevedra and O Morrazo; in Vigo, for Ria de Vigo and Baixo Miño; in Abegondo, for A Coruña Marinas; A Rúa, for Trevinca and Valdeorras; Monterrei for the area of Verín and Monterrei, Allariz, for the area of Allariz, Maceda and A Limia. The work table process ends in Santiago de Compostela on December 1.
In the same way, and to accommodate all professionals in the tourism sector and interested people, this information will be completed through an online questionnaire where the vision and suggestions of what can be found on the website diagnoseturismo.gal, where the calendar of work tables is also available.
To develop this new tourism strategy, it has the scientific endorsement of three Galician universities in coordination with the Galician Tourism Studies and Research Area, which will carry out a scientific analysis of the supply, demand, and value chain of the sector of tourism in Galicia. The regional government thus continues to plan its tourism model through a roadmap in which sustainability and digitalization play a special role.