The Executive Committee of the Smart Destinations Network has today approved the addition of 42 new destinations, taking its total number of members to 347: 226 destinations, 50 institutions, 68 participating companies and 3 observers.
The Committee, which was led by the Secretary of State for Tourism, Fernando Valdés, approved the incorporation of the new full members.
The addition of the new members means that Andalusia is now the autonomous region with the most members in the Network (56), representing almost a quarter of all the destinations involved.
Next comes the Canary Islands with 23 destinations, followed by Galicia and Castile and León with 22 members each, then the Region of Valencia (21), the Region of Murcia (12), the Balearic Islands (10), Catalonia (10), Asturias (8), Extremadura (8), Aragon (7), Castile-La Mancha (7), the Region of Madrid (7), the Basque Country (5), Cantabria (3), La Rioja (3) and finally Navarre (1) and Ceuta (1).
New members of the Smart Destinations Network
Among the new members of the Smart Destinations Network are the local governments of El Puerto de Santa María, Gandía, Haro, Vigo, Alcalá la Real, Altea, Antequera, Arzúa, Belorado, Castiello de Jaca, Cenicientos, Doña Mencía, Estepa, Fuenmayor, La Iruela, La Unión, Lucena, Luque, Llerena, Melide, Monterroso, O Pino, Palas de Rei, Paradela, Pedrafita do Cebreiro, Portomarín, Samos, Sarria and Talavera de la Reina.
The local governments of Triacastela, Tuineje, Villalengua, Villanúa, Yecla and Zuheros, the region of Cinco Villas, the provincial council of Córdoba, the Alto Valle de Aragón municipalities, the Gallegos del Camino Francés municipalities, the Ruta de la Plata municipalities, the O Salnés municipalities and the Ría de Arousa Zona Norte municipalities also joined.