Doors open in Castillo and Adarve; in the Necropolis of the Algarbes or in the Interpertation Center of the Cetaceans, among other sites. Guided tours in all at specific times, and discounts of up to half the usual cost to see sperm whales or dolphin populations in their natural habitat. Culture, nature and other resources available to everyone. This is what the program for World Tourism Day, September 27, presented this morning at the City Council by political leaders and businessmen.
There will be no shortage of gastronomic inducements for the reunion of all with a great popular paellla organized by the Association of Employers of Tarifa and for the benefit of the association, ATELA.
The municipal key to World Tourism Day is to make the local population the best possible ambassador of the uniqueness of Tarifa as a tourist destination. Essential for that is to know the most characteristic locations. Some, like the one on the Island of Tarifa, still remain a mystery to many. On Thursday, September 27 there will be a way to remedy it.
Here you can consult the agenda launched today for an International Day of Tourism that in this 2018 puts the accent on the digital transformation of the sector.