Sustainable traveling in Spain

5.2.20, CL: Sustainability is currently on everyone’s lips. Tourism also comes into contact with it. For example in Spain, whether in the city of Altea on the Costa Blanca or in a large city. As one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, Spain places great importance on sustainability. This shows that the country is not content to be one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe, but rather looks to the future.

In concrete terms, the aim is for Spain to take measures to promote ecological tourism and to envisage a sustainable tourism future. These measures include, for example, encouraging residents and tourists alike to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Be it through waste reduction, recycling, renewable energy or the launch of eco-tourism. The country itself has created the framework for this. So nothing stands in the way of sustainable tourism. In Spain, tourists can expect a wide variety of experiences and destinations. Many of these are recognised by the Responsible Tourism Instistute RTI. These or the Club Ecoturismo in Spain are non-profit organisations that make a valuable and important contribution to the conservation of biodiversity.


All holidaymakers and permanent residents in Spain are invited to follow this example. This will ensure that our descendants can still travel to a beautiful holiday destination as we know it today. Future generations should be able to experience and enjoy just as much in a holiday home in Spain. The beautiful, long sandy beaches, the untouched nature in the hinterland or the typical Spanish old towns tell a lot about the history of the country. With sustainable tourism, Spain is a pioneer in terms of ecology, environmental protection and tourism. Today and tomorrow a holiday home in Spain on the Costa Blanca is a great way to spend your holidays, to relax, switch off and unwind. But also to enjoy the nature, to get to know the people and the culture and simply to discover the beautiful landscape.