The three beaches of Calella (Gran, Garbí and Les Roques), the Tourist Office, the Local Police and six companies from Calella have today received the Biosphere Sustainable badge during the Sustainability Day held in Santa Susanna. The Councilor for Sustainability, Albert Torrent, has received the seal in recognition of good environmental practices framed in the objectives of the United Nations objectives against climate change.
This day takes the form of an event that aims to emphasize the importance of sustainability in the field of tourism, also demonstrating the commitment and confidence of the Costa del Maresme Tourism Promotion Consortium. The seal will also improve the positioning of companies and services in relation to sustainable tourism as well as the ability to develop personalized sustainability plans through activities and actions linked to the 2030 Agenda and the seventeen Sustainable Development Goals.
Among the certified accommodations include the Atzavara Apartments, Miami Park Aparthotel, Camping El Far, Hotel Balmes, Hotel Espanya and Neptuno Hotel & Spa. Sònia Corral, manager of the latter, has been one of the participants in the round table on environmental sustainability.