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  • National and Integral Tourism Plan (Plan Nacional e Integral del Turismo: PNIT) 2012-2015

    Spain is a world's leading tourism country. Witness the figures on international tourism, tourism revenue and the tourism input to Spain’s economy. In recent years, however, this industry has forfeited much of its competitiveness. All the signs are that a 50-year cycle is now drawing to its close and that the upcoming world-tourism leaders will be innovation driven.
    Mindful, therefore, of the sheer importance of tourism for Spain, the national government is keen to promote the Plan Nacional e Integral de Turismo (PNIT) through the State Secretariat for Tourism (Secretaría de Estado de Turismo) with the overriding aim of enhancing the competitiveness of Spain’s tourism companies and destinations over the next decades, thereby contributing to the generation of wealth, jobs and well-being.

  • History of Spain’s tourism policy

    The Spanish government’s commitment to the tourism industry dates back to the dawn of Spain’s administrative tourism organisation over a century ago. Since then there has been a succession of diverse public tourism-management organisations whose duties, responsibilities and objectives have evolved in line with the changing historical and economic context.
    Throughout this time Spain’s tourism policy has been enshrined in diverse national plans to meet the Spanish tourism sector’s continually changing challenges and needs.





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