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    Restaurante Don Diego recibe en Puerto Sotogrande la Q de Calidad Turística y Safe Tourism Certified

    El Restaurante Don Diego ha recibido hoy formalmente la "Q de Calidad Turística", en un acto en sus instalaciones en el Puerto de Sotogrande, en el que han estado presentes autoridades y amigos de la propiedad.

    Restaurante Don Diego se convierte así en el primer restaurante de la zona de Sotogrande que ha conseguido tan importante reconocimiento, fruto de meses de intenso trabajo para cumplir los requisitos de ambos estamentos.

    Una amplia representación municipal, con el alcalde accidental, Angel Gavino; el alcalde (de vacaciones), Juan Carlos Ruiz Boix; y las ediles de Comercio, Belén Jiménez, y Turismo, Ana Ruiz; han acompañado a representantes de Mancomunidad; del Puerto Sotogrande; y de otros estamentos.

    El acto ha consistido en la entrega a Juan Moncayo y su equipo humano del Restaurante de los emblemas de Q de Calidad y Safe Tourism Certified que el Restaurante Don Diego lucirá en su entrada.

    Desde el Ayuntamiento de San Roque, se ha felicitado al establecimiento, que se está convirtiendo en un referente en la gastronomía de la zona. El alcalde accidental, Angel Gavino, señaló que “hay que agradecerle a Juan Moncayo el que lleve 4 años trabajando mucho para mejorar su local y el entorno”.

    Considera Gavino “un lujo el que se obtenga este reconocimiento que engrandece el nombre de San Roque y Sotogrande, y desde la institución agradecemos la calidad que se presta desde este establecimiento”.

    Por su parte, el presidente de la Mancomunidad de Municipios del Campo de Gibraltar, Juan Lozano, agradeció el trabajo desarrollado por el personas y la dirección de Restaurante Don Diego, “que han conseguido el reconocimiento a la calidad, consiguiendo que en el Campo de Gibraltar sigamos creciendo a nivel turístico”.

    Por último, Juan Moncayo, propietario de Restaurante Don Diego, señaló que “estos reconocimiento no hubieran podido conseguirse sin la participación sin mi personal”, a los que invitó a recibir el galardón.

    Moncayo apuntó que “tenemos mucho camino por andar aún en este restaurante de fusión nikei y aires thailandeses, y este reconocimiento, reto que ha sido duro y placentero conseguir, nos empuja a mantener las aspiraciones altas, en servicio y calidad”.

    Esta certificación, otorgada por el Instituto para la Calidad Turística Española (ICTE), un organismo en el que están representados numerosos colectivos del sector y que se encarga de inspeccionar los establecimientos y catalogarlos, sigue la iniciativa del Ministerio de Turismo, que se encarga luego de promocionar los establecimientos que cuentan con este distintivo.

    Con su certificación se reconoce que el personal de Restaurante Don Diego, instalaciones y productos responden a los parámetros de calidad establecidos por la Norma UNE 167001:2006 y aseguran la plena satisfacción del cliente y superando sus expectativas al ofrecerle un servicio excelente.

    Se trata de un certificado que, por su prestigio y reconocimiento global, sirve a la clientela a identificar restaurantes de confianza que satisfagan sus expectativas, tanto a nivel de producto como de servicio, e implica una diferenciación con la competencia.

    La obtención de este distintivo es el resultado de la búsqueda de la mejora continua que dicha organización tiene como objetivo desde sus inicios.

    Conseguirlo ha exigido un gran trabajo y dedicación por parte de todo el equipo de Restaurante Don Diego, y de la consultora especializada Qsistema www.qsistema.es, que con su esfuerzo ha permitido superar sobradamente las auditorías realizadas por agentes independientes y bajo criterios objetivos.

    Del mismo modo, Restaurante Don Diego ha obtenido la calificación de “Safe Tourism Certified”, una marca de turismo seguro que garantiza y certifica la implantación de un Sistema de Prevención de riesgos para la salud frente a la COVID 19 conforme a los protocolos del sector elaborados por el propio ICTE, el Ministerio de Sanidad y agentes del sector de la hostelería.

    Se garantiza así a la clientela de Restaurante Don Diego la calidad del producto y la seguridad propia y de sus acompañantes, para que puedan disfrutar del servicio relajados y protegidos.

    Don Diego, primer Restaurante con certificación Q de Calidad Turística y Safe Tourism Certified en Sotogrande

    El Restaurante Don Diego ha obtenido la "Q de Calidad Turística", siendo el primer restaurante de la zona de Sotogrande que ha conseguido tan importante reconocimiento, fruto de meses de intenso trabajo para cumplir los requisitos de ambos estamentos.

    Desde el Ayuntamiento de San Roque, a través de las ediles de Comercio, Belén Jiménez, y Turismo, Ana Ruiz, se ha felicitado al establecimiento, que se está convirtiendo en un referente en la gastronomía de la zona.

    Esta certificación, otorgada por el Instituto para la Calidad Turística Española (ICTE), un organismo en el que están representados numerosos colectivos del sector y que se encarga de inspeccionar los establecimientos y catalogarlos, sigue la iniciativa del Ministerio de Turismo, que se encarga luego de promocionar los establecimientos que cuentan con este distintivo.

    Con su certificación se reconoce que el personal de Restaurante Don Diego, instalaciones y productos responden a los parámetros de calidad establecidos por la Norma UNE 167001:2006 y aseguran la plena satisfacción del cliente y superando sus expectativas al ofrecerle un servicio excelente.

    Se trata de un certificado que, por su prestigio y reconocimiento global, sirve a la clientela a identificar restaurantes de confianza que satisfagan sus expectativas, tanto a nivel de producto como de servicio, e implica una diferenciación con la competencia.

    La obtención de este distintivo es el resultado de la búsqueda de la mejora continua que dicha organización tiene como objetivo desde sus inicios.

    Conseguirlo ha exigido un gran trabajo y dedicación por parte de todo el equipo de Restaurante Don Diego, y de la consultora especializada Qsistema www.qsistema.es, que con su esfuerzo ha permitido superar sobradamente las auditorías realizadas por agentes independientes y bajo criterios objetivos.

    Del mismo modo, Restaurante Don Diego ha obtenido la calificación de “Safe Tourism Certified”, una marca de turismo seguro que garantiza y certifica la implantación de un Sistema de Prevención de riesgos para la salud frente a la COVID 19 conforme a los protocolos del sector elaborados por el propio ICTE, el Ministerio de Sanidad y agentes del sector de la hostelería.

    Se garantiza así a la clientela de Restaurante Don Diego la calidad del producto y la seguridad propia y de sus acompañantes, para que puedan disfrutar del servicio relajados y protegidos.

     

    Guided tours

    San Roque Borough Tourist Office offers a free guided tour service with guided theme tours (in the mornings on weekdays). These tours can arranged for groups of 10 or more people in English or Spanish. The only requirement is to book at least 5 days in advance. If you cannot get a group of friends or relatives together, please contact us so you can join other visitors on booked tours in your language. We shall do our best to offer you a date.
     
     

    Guided tours in the San Roque Area:

    - “Monumental San Roque” Guided Tours (walking tour around the Collection of Listed Historical Buildings,
    museums, streets, squares and the Carteia Archaeological Site). Free of charge. Tapas sampling experience or typical
    menu (ask for a quotation). Tailor-made excursion: one hour and a half to 4 hours long.
    - “Sotogrande Lifestyle” Guided Tours (bus tour around San Roque’s exclusive world-famous private resort:
    mansions, golf, polo, the Port and Marina). Free time available for a coffee break and shopping at the magnificent
    Leisure Marina.One hour and a half long. Coach hire not included.

     

     Monumental San Roque

     

    - The Governor's Palace (early 18 th century) , neoclassical architecture, old HQ of Spanish Military Command) –
    houses two museums and the Standard of Gibraltar (1502).
    - Saint Mary the Crowned Parish Church (1735, Tuscan architecture and baroque artwork) – built on the site the old
    Saint Roque shrine (1508), the temple contains priceless statues brought from Gibraltar (16 th -18 th century).
    - Collection of Listed Historical Buildings (old quarter of San Roque): Calle San Felipe, Plaza
    de la Iglesia, Plaza de Armas (where the Red Cape and Sword Technique was invented in 1720), Mirador Poeta
    Domingo de Mena (Panoramic viewpoint), Calle Historiador Montero, Calle San Nicolás and Alameda Alfonso XI.
    - The Bull Ring (1853), the second oldest in the province of Cadiz and one of the oldest in Andalusia.
    - Carteia Archaeological Site (700 BC – important Phoenician and Roman city).
    - Municipal Museums: Carteia and Luis Ortega Brú exhibits.
    - CB Museum: largest collection of CB radios en Europe.

    Rural and Adventure Tourism:

    - Adventure tourism activities and rural accommodation at the Finca La Alcaidesa, nature area property of the
    regional government featuring 1,300 hectares of ideal natural habitat with wild olive trees, cork oak trees and pine trees.
    Nature trails, rope bridges, artificial rock faces, zip wire, horse riding routes, bicycle routes, four-wheel drive
    excursions, canoeing, orientation, survival, archery, environment education and eco-system interpretation. 18 th century
    house with 5 suites and 9 wooden cabins with a capacity for 76 guests.
    - Nature Trails in the Pinar del Rey, a municipal forest and park with 338 hectares and four marked nature trails, a
    nature centre with a Blue Flag, a visitor's centre and a recreational area with picnic and barbecue facilities. Adjacent to
    Los Alcornocales Nature Park.
    - Birdwatching in the Guadiaro River Estuary and the Torreguadiaro Lagoon, two wetland areas covering 27
    hectares and 2 hectares each. The Straits of Gibraltar is the most route for migratory birds between North Africa and
    Western Europe, it is an oasis for 144 different species of birds.
    - Whalewatching and Dolphinwatching in the Straits of Gibraltar from the ports of Tarifa, Algeciras or Gibraltar.

    The Borough Tourist Office
    Ilustre Ayuntamiento de San Roque
    Palacio de los Gobernadores, Calle Rubin de Celis s/n.
    11360 San Roque (Cádiz)
    Tel: (+34) 956 694 005 // Fax: (+34) 956 781 971
    E-mail: turismo@sanroque.es
    Web: http://www.sanroque.es/tourism
    http://www.facebook.com/turismosanroque
    http://twitter.com/turismosanroque

    Open from Mon-Fri, 8 am - 3 pm

    Finca La Alcaidesa

    "Finca La Alcaidesa" is a country estate, property of the Junta de Andalucía (the regional government), is one of the borough's best kept secrets bordering the Northeast of Pinar del Rey. It is an unequalled area; very close to Sotogrande, the Los Alcornocales Natural Park and Gibraltar; in which there is fantastic accommodation and a wealth of ecotourism activites. A stay here is unforgettable as you are immersed in an unspoilt natural environemnt with a tremendous diversity of flora and fauna.

     

    Finca La Alcaidesa

    Alcaidesa Public Estate: Quality Rural Tourism
    Access
    : A-7, exit 130, carretera autonómica A-2100, Km. 8, San Roque (Cádiz)
    (Google Maps: 36.295944,-5.35918)

    The first thing you will come across upon arriving at the estate is the 18th century Country House and the main buildings of the complex.

    The Estate has vast tracts of land encompassing 1500 hectares of natural habitat and teeming with olive trees, cork oaks and pine trees: an ideal habitat for the wild goats, roe deer and wild boar that live in the area.

    After the creation of the council-owned "EMGREAL" company and a lot of hard work and effort, sustainable rural tourism projects and environmental education initiatives have been set in motion. The estate is managed by the San Roque-based company, Promosportyocio, which was founded in 1995 and is one of the pioneering adventure tourism firms in Andalusia.

    In terms of facilities, tourists and visitors to the estate will be able to stay in one of the five suites in the old Andalusian country house, restored to the highest of standards. There are also 9 cabins with a capacity for 76 people, ideal for children on one of the enviromental studies courses. Additionally, there is a restaurant, café-bar, an information point and a souvenir shop. A stable with thourough-bred Spanish horses is also available.

    The estate offers an extensive range of activites such as nature trails with rope bridges, rock climbing on natural and artificial rock faces, zip wires, hacks, mountain bike routes, 4x4 excursions, canoeing, orienteering, survival, archery. There are also ecological and eco-system familiarization courses for children with specialist guides.

    The Historic Centre of the Campo de Gibraltar area

    San Roque has a collection of listed historical buildings that are the oldest and best preserved in the Campo de Gibraltar area. The most important monuments in the City of Gibraltar in Exile are Saint Mary the Crowned Parish Church, the Governer's Palace and the Bullring.

    SAN ROQUE: A town steeped in history

    The so-called "Very Noble and Most Loyal City of San Roque, Gibraltar in Exile" was officially founded in 1706. In spite of the fact that this typical white-washed town was actually established by the Spanish inhabitants of Gibraltar on 4th August 1704.

    The foundation was a historical event of enormous significance: a powerful Anglo-Dutch fleet, commanded by Adiral Rooke took the Fortress of Gibraltar and hoisted the Union Jack during the Spanish War of Succession.

    Five thousand proud Spanish Gibraltarians rejected the British offer to remain in the city, leaving en masse. They settled on this hill where the old Saint Roque Shrine, built in 1508, was situated, overlooking the usurped city.

    The inhabitants of the Rock brought their most precious belongings with them as well as priceless relics. Examples of the legacy of Spanish Gibraltar are proven by the Standard of Gibraltar (1502), which is said to have been embroidered by Juana la Loca (Joanna the Mad), or the Royal Warrant (1502) granted by the Catholic Monarchs in which the city was given its titles, authorities and coat of arms. In addition, Saint Mary The Crowned Parish Church houses numerous religious images from the 15th until 17th century which were also brought from Gibraltar. The Rock's church records from 1556 until 1704 are preserved at the temple as well. The Historical Archives contain the municipal records from Gibraltar City Council from 1502 until 1704.
     

     

    iglesia-sta-ma-coronadamodificado.jpgThe old quarter of town was declared a collection of listed historical buildings in 1975. The most notable monuments in the city are Saint Mary The Crowned Parish Church (1735), the Governor's Palace (18th century) and the Bull Ring (1853), the second oldest one in the province of Cádiz and one of the oldest ones in Andalusia. The most picturesque streets are San Felipe (ancestral homes with typical patios), San Nicolás and Historiador Montero. The most emblematic square is Plaza de Armas in which the Red Cape and Sword Technique, the modern form of bulfighting, was invented in 1720.

    The city offers three museums at present: the Municipal Museum featuring the Carteia exhibit (archaeology) and Luis Ortega Brú exhibit (sculpture & iconograpy), the Bullfighting Museum and the CB Museum, the only one of its kind in Europe.

    The highlight of the festival season is Holy Week, declared an Event of Andalusian Tourist Interest. The Magna Procession on Good Friday is the most eye-catching parade. This procession is unique in Spain because it is the only one held annually and includes fourteen different statues. The other key festive date is the Royal Fair in August, which comes to an end with the "Toro del Aguardiente" Bull Run, dating back to 1649.

    San Roque is the Historical Centre of the Campo de Gibraltar area. Therefore, a city tour is a must on your first visit to the area. For more information consult the Tourism or Culture sections of the website.

     

    Towns and villages of San Roque

    Puente Mayorga

    Campamento

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    In 1540 a Turkish fleet raided the district of Puente Mayorga, where they destroyed 200 full wineskins from the tithe and killed 300 pigs who were grazing nearby. Even in this epoch there were small centres of population. Until the 1930s there was a customs post and it may have been the most natural port for the Bay of Gibraltar. The bridge over the Río de los Gallegos, which gives the town it's name, dates from the 18th century.

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    This village came into being with the Great Siege of Gibraltar. It was here that an important camp of Spanish forces was established, which would give the area its name. The first racecourse of the Andalusian Horseracing Society was built here as the Spanish soldiers had links to societies in the area. It was constructed in 1916, which coincided with the building of the duel carriageway between Campamento and La Línea. In this era there was already a golf course, polo field and greyhound park.
     
     

    Estación de San Roque

    Guadarranque

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    The district of Estación de San Roque was officially founded in 1909 due to a resolution adopted in December of the previous year. A new centre of population had emerged because of the creation of a trainline between Algeciras and Bobadilla, the first section of which had been opened in June 1890 and went as far as Jimena. The new village began to grow up around the train station, originally called El Loro.

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    This old fishing village takes its name from the river, which meets the sea next to this district. The origins of Guadarranque are close by: the ancient city of Carteia, established in the second half of the 7th century B.C. in the area known today as Cerro del Prado. Diverse cultures passed through Carteia, which was the first free latin colony outside of Italy. It also played a role in the Second Punic War and the civil war between Julius Ceasar and Pompey in the final years of the Roman Republic. Strabo, Pliny the Elder and Pomponius Mela all wrote about this city, that came to have its own coins.

    Guadiaro

    San Enrique

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    This village originates from the nearby Roman settlement of Barbésula, which was established in the lower area of the río Guadiaro. Some have interpreted the name Guadiaro as a latin version of the Greek name Chrysus combined with the Arabic prefix Wadi (wadi-aúreus). In the 4th century B.C. the river Chrysus is mentioned as a resupply post and a point of contact for trade East of the Straits of Gibraltar. In the 17th century there were many country estates in the region, such as the popular Guadiaro Inn, which was on the land of the Cortijo Grande. When English and Dutch forces occupied Gibraltar in 1704, some of those who fled the Rock came to this area. In 1709, the council of "Gibraltar en el Campo de San Roque" established the price for travel by boat along the river Guadiaro.

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    The poweful Larios familiy created this village, that included the Los Álamos and Las Bóvedas estates, in 1887 through the family company: the Industrial and Agricultural society of Guadiaro. In this period agricultural colonies were created that developed into small settlements. This was how San Enrique came into being. It followed the tradition of the Larios familiy and took the name of one of it's members; Enrique Crooke Larios.

    Taraguilla

    Torreguadiaro

    taraguillamodificado.jpgThe name Taraguilla appears for the first time in 1582. It can be found on a document certifying that Constancia Rodríguez, widow of Bartolomé Carrillo, donated "the rental of Taraguilla, with it's vegetable gardens, vineyards and lands" to the Hospital of our Lady of the Orphaned in Gibraltar. One of the roman roads from the so-called "Itinerary of Antonino" may have passed through this place. This village has a history of flooding, as the Estación de San Roque area was frequently flooded before the building of the Guadarranque reservoir. In the 1960s some of the victims of the floods were given shelter in stilt houses by the board of military housing.

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    This area formed part of the defensive fortifications along the coast that were in use from the 15th to the 19th centuries. The watch tower here was constructed at the either the end of the 15th or the beginning of the 16th century. It served as a shelter for travellers, cattle breeders and timber merchants from the area. In 1976 there was a canon and sentry guards. The current settlement sprung up by virtue of the concentration of fishermen in the area, who came from different parts of the coast of Málaga and the Campo de Gibraltar area.

    Pueblo Nuevo de Guadiaro

    Sotogrande Marina

    pueblonuevomodificado.jpgPueblo Nuevo de Guadiaro was founded as a residential area for the workers tasked with the construction of Sotogrande in the mid-1960s. The land was granted to the Ayuntamiento by the developers of Sotogrande and was within the area earmarked for development. The first houses were built by the Caja de Ahorros de Jerez. The Gloria Fuentes state secondary school was also one of the first buildings.

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    The marina was opened in July 1987. From the very beginning of the Sotogrande project, there were plans to construct a marina with artificial islands. It was with this goal that Sotogrande S.A. purchased suitable land on the left bank of the river Guadiaro estuary. In the early 1990s the decision was taken to build a small lakeside town with luxury apartments nestled on islands and riverbanks, which is what can today be admired in the Marina. Currently it is one of the two most important marinas in Spain with the best facilties and services for sailors, tourists and residents alike.

    Sotogrande

    Miraflores

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    In 1964 a Northamerican citizen living in the Philippines, Joseph McMicking, developed what we know today as Sotogrande. His exceptional plans came to fruition as one of the foremost luxury resorts in Europe and a world-class Golf Course, Real Club de Golf Sotogrande. A year later in 1965, his nephew Enrique Zobel opened the first Polo field of the Sotogrande Polo Club close to Guadalquitón beach, next to what is now the El Cucurucho Beach Club. At the beginiing of the 1970s, Sotogrande was an enormous and largely unpopulated estate dotted with various country houses with names such as "Paniagua", "Valderrama", "El Conchudo", "Los Cano" and "La Higuera". Upon visiting the area McMicking formulated a plan that would give future property-owners two options: a peaceful getaway and an ideal location for excursions along the Costa del Sol.

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    This village is located next to the Miraflores inn. Founded in 1916, it was once one of the most famous settlements in the Campo de Gibraltar area. During World War II it was frequented by German and Italian spies who were operating in the region. It was also the recreational centre for the instructors of the Academy of Provisional Sergeants of San Roque,

    Por segundo año consecutivo, San Roque despliega todos sus encantos en Moscú

    San Roque contará con voz propia en la feria turística de Moscú, MITT 2015, que se celebrará entre mañana miércoles y el sábado. Se trata de una de las citas más importantes del sector a nivel internacional y clave para captar al pujante turismo ruso, cada vez más presente en el municipio. Como en el resto de estas citas, San Roque acude junto al Patronato de Turismo de Cádiz dentro del espacio de Turismo Andaluz.

    La teniente de alcalde delegada de Turismo, Dolores Marchena, ha explicado que “como hicimos el pasado año, una técnico de Turismo se desplaza en estos momentos a Moscú para participar desde mañana en la MITT, donde distribuirá información sobre el municipio entre visitantes y profesionales y mantendrá reuniones con touroperadores locales”.

    “Ante todo -prosiguió- quiero agradecer a los agentes turísticos locales por hacer posible realizar esta promoción, así como al Patronato de Turismo de Cádiz y a Turismo Andaluz, con quienes vamos de la mano. Para San Roque es importante estar en esta feria, y de hecho somos el único municipio gaditano que lo hace. Pero cualquiera que conozca la evolución del turismo en San Roque durante los últimos años tiene claro que el mercado ruso es uno de los más pujantes”.

    Explicó que la función de la técnico será atender a los visitantes y profesionales que acudan a conocer la oferta turística andaluza, a los que distribuirá información como la guía de turismo, la guía del golf o folletos de las empresas patrocinadoras. Además, se llevarán a cabo reuniones con profesionales del sector y, en la medida de lo posible, con prensa especializada, con el objetivo de que realicen reportajes sobre San Roque en sus medios de comunicación.

    La feria MITT de Moscú (Moscow International Travel & Tourism) es la muestra turística más importante de Rusia y la tercera más influyente del mundo. En la pasada edición recibió más de 37.000 visitantes y participaron más de 2.000 empresas y unos 200 destinos.

    Turismo logra el galardón de Sello Turismo Seguro

    La delegación de Turismo del Ayuntamiento de San Roque ha logrado el Sello Turismo Seguro del Instituto para la calidad turística española, promovido por la Secretaría de Estado de Turismo del Ministerio de Industria, Comercio y Turismo y avalado y aprobado por el Ministerio de Sanidad del Gobierno de España.

    La concejala delegada de Turismo, Ana Ruiz, ha señalado que es “una enorme satisfacción que a la Delegación de Turismo de San Roque le haya sido otorgado esta distinción”.

    La edil señaló que ello es fruto “de una apuesta aún mayor por la calidad y la mejora continua del servicio que ofrece la Oficina Municipal de Turismo de San Roque y el Punto de Información Turística, lugares en los que ya luce tal distinción”.
    Ruiz agradeció la labor llevada acabo de todo el equipo de la Delegación, que sin su trabajo, no hubiese sido posible implantar y certificar este nuevo Sello de Calidad Turismo Seguro.
    Esta certificación del ICTE se suma a la “Q” de Calidad Turística que la Oficina ostenta desde 2008, también del ICTE, Instituto de Calidad Turística Español.
    “La apuesta de la Delegación que presido -indicó Ruiz- es ofrecer las máximas garantías de servicio, tomando todas las precauciones posibles para la reducción de contagios entre los turistas, visitantes y residentes, y también proteger a los trabajadores de la Delegación en su trabajo diario en las Oficinas de Turismo en San Roque”.
    La concejal entiende que “un destino como Turismo San Roque y toda su cartera de marcas reconocidas internacionalmente debe aspirar a estar a la altura de las circunstancias y a la vanguardia del turismo seguro y sostenible, así como debe dar ejemplo y seguir estrictamente todos los protocolos de seguridad e higiene para prevenir el contagio del Coronavirus Covid-19”.

    El pasado 8 de mayo, el Instituto de Calidad Turística Española (ICTE) anunció la creación del sello 'Safe Tourism Certified' como garantía de que los establecimientos distinguidos con esta certificación han implantado un sistema de prevención de riesgos frente a la COVID-19.

    La certificación del ICTE se ha desarrollado en consenso con todo el sector (patronales, sindicatos, comunidades autónomas, municipios y asociaciones de prevención de riesgos laborales) y ha sido validada por el Ministerio de Sanidad.

    Desde el ICTE recuerdan que su función principal es la promoción de la normalización en el sector, además de la certificación de los sistemas de calidad implantados y la gestión de la Marca Q de Calidad Turística, propiedad del Estado español y cedida en su gestión a dicha entidad.

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