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Nov 17

Canary Government draws up new strategy for coastal ecoturism

The Canary Government has launched a new project which aims to make the archipelago a reference point for innovation in coastal ecotourism. The initiative will involve the creation of a network of so-called “eco-areas” which will receive special protection whilst still being enjoyed by tourists and local people. “EcoAreas MardeTodos” (“Ecooareas for all”) was unveiled by the tourism pro-motion department which is hoping for the active involvement of both the public and private sectors.
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Nov 17

Canary Government launches new virtual language courses for teachers

The Government of the Canary Islands has launched the first Official School of Distance Languages of the archipelago.It began its journey this school year with a first location in the Institute of Secondary Education Tony Gallardo of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.The general director of Vocational Training and Adult Education of the Ministry of Education and Universities of the Government of the Canary Islands, Manuel Jorge, visited the team in charge of the project which in 2017/2018 will teach in electronic form integrated courses of English for teachers of the Canary Islands.
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Nov 17

10 fun facts about Spain you didn’t know

Spain is a wonderful country that has much to offer the visitor. Not in vain is the third country in the world that receives more tourists, only behind France and USA. That's why today we want to tell you 10 fun facts about Spain you sure did not know. 
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Nov 17

Puerto on high speed road to recovery with booming figures

Puerto de la Cruz is on a “high speed recovery” to recuperating its position as one of the leading tourist destinations. “With an average of 86.9 per cent of employment, 6.3 per cent more employment in the sector and an average income per available room of 58.8 euros, the tourist city improves all its indicators at high speed and steadily,” said a council spokesman.
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Oct 17

Spain on course for another record-breaking year as tourism soars

Spain is on course for another record as the number of visitors this year is expected to hit 80 million with expenditure of 84 billion euros.The Ministry of Energy, Tourism and the Digital Agenda estimates that the number of inbound tourists to Spain will increase by approximately seven per cent in the fourth quarter of 2017 and that total spending by these tourists will increase by ten per cent.
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