Awards

The Tourism Cluster of Galicia receive the Q Award for Tourism Quality granted by the Institute for Spanish Tourism Quality (ICTE) during the celebration of the edition of Fitur, which finished this Sunday in Madrid. This is one of the most important recognitions in the sector and its delivery take place during the gala of the Q 2020 Night, held at the Crystal Gallery of the Cibeles Palace, headquarters of the Madrid City Council. The Torremolinos City Council, the Costa del Sol Beach Business Association, the Puerto de la Cruz City Council and the Cabildo of Tenerife will also receive the award.

The objective of the awards is to recognize the effort made by institutions or individuals to promote the Q mark for Tourism Quality. In the case of the Galician Tourism Cluster, the ICTE presents this award to the CTG in recognition of the commitment of the Galician tourism business to the Q Quality Mark, with the active participation of the Cluster, in support of all actions around the Q that are promoted by the Xunta de Galicia and with the culmination of a significant number of certifications, which has made this Community the second in Spain in this aspect.

The president of the Cluster, Cesáreo Pardal, collected the award in a gala that will be presided over by the Secretary of State for Tourism, Isabel Oliver, and the president of the ICTE, Miguel Mirones, who said that with these awards, the Institute wants to emphasize once again the importance of public-private partnership, since it is recognizing both private and public entities that have committed to collaboration formulas to implement quality systems in their territories, promote the Q brand and increase the number of certifications.

The second community in the ranking
Galicia has 290 certifications, which places it in second place in the ranking, after Andalusia, which has a total of 330, and well ahead of Valencia, which has 196 such recognitions.

The largest number of certifications, a total of 79 (over 27%), were awarded to hotels and tourist apartments; behind them are restaurants (22%), tourist services intermediaries (15.5%) and rural accommodation (9.3%).

On the other hand, there are ten marinas that have the Q for Quality, a total of seven spas, six Tourist Information Offices, four campsites, three active tourism companies and another three for other services linked to the sector and two for tourist transport.

 

Monday January 20th, 2020
Premio Q de Calidad ICTE Madrid 2019

The Galician Tourism Cluster receive the Q Award for Tourism Quality during the celebration of Fitur

The Tourism Cluster of Galicia receive the Q Award for Tourism Quality granted by the Institute for Spanish Tourism Quality (ICTE) during the celebration of the […]
Thursday December 19th, 2019
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Manitas Crocantes (Casa dos Xacobes) and Criollo marino (O Ferro), winners of Santiago(é)Tapas

A kinf of magic (Pub Atlántico) and Expreso Martini (A Carrilana) won the cocktail contest, Santiago(é)Cóctel The twelfth edition of the Santiago(é)Tapas tapas competition and the […]
Wednesday December 4th, 2019
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The Galician Tourism Cluster and the Xunta de Galicia awarded the Galicia Tourism Awards 2019

This is the first edition of these awards that are born with a vocation for continuity and to highlight the work for quality and professionalism of […]
Thursday November 28th, 2019
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The restoration project of the Portico de la Gloria, the candidacy of the Ribeira Sacra as a World Heritage Site, Pilgrim Travel, the Resurrection Fest and the association Camino de los Faros are the Galicia Tourism Awards 2019.

The awards ceremony will be held at the Teatro Rosalía de Castro in A Coruña on 3 December. A jury chaired by Cesáreo Pardal, president of […]