Marbella obtains the tourism safety seal granted by the World Travel Tourism Council and already holds the only two certifications that exist in this field worldwide.
Marbella has obtained the world tourist safety seal (‘Safe Travel Stamp’), awarded by the World Travel Tourism Council (‘WTTC).
The mayor, Ángeles Muñoz, stressed that this certificate, which supports
'the effectiveness in the application of measures to combat the pandemic',
makes the city 'one of the international destinations with the most guarantees for visitors.'
'Transmitting confidence to tourists is essential in order to accelerate the recovery of the sector,'
said the councillor, who explained that to obtain this distinction, backed by more than 200 managers of the main tourist groups in the world,
'it has been necessary accredit that hygiene and global health protocols that follow guidelines of the World Health Organization (WHO),
among other organizations, are being complied with ”.
Marbella now holds the only two safety certifications that exist worldwide, after becoming last August the first major Spanish city to achieve
the 'Safe Tourism Certified' seal, awarded by the Institute for Spanish Tourism Quality (ICTE).
'Our priority has been since the beginning of the pandemic to position ourselves as a destination with guarantees against Covid-19',
remarked the first mayor, who has also valued 'the collaboration and commitment of businessmen, especially affected by
this serious health and economic crisis, to guarantee the tranquillity of the travelers '