On the occasion of World Tourism Day, which was held on Friday 27th, the delegation of Cadena Ser at Costa da Morte dedicated a few minutes of its programming to the tourist activity in our geodestin, more specifically our association and its work. Below we reproduce the interview with Pablo Canosa and some of the headlines of this report by Antón Lestón in Vivindo a Costa da Morte (Living the Coast of Death).
Last September 1st began the "I Sailing Camp" called "I nautical coexistence Costa da Morte" and promoted by Loreto Núñez Varela and Gabriel González.
This project, held from September 1 to 8, was born as a joint initiative of several entities such as Club Náutico de Camariñas, the City Council of Camariñas and the company UBUNTU for the promotion of water sports in Costa da Morte.
Within the framework of the aids of Deputación da Coruña for 2019, different projects and activities are being organized that aim to achieve greater skills of the tourist sector. Once again, Costa da Morte contemplates the development of a free Training Program for professionals, with the objective to specialize the destination in three main pillars of tourism: English, marketing and gastronomy.
The last weekend of August, Costa da Morte will become the center of sportive activities in the area. Runners, swimmers, surfers and lifeguards will meet in the reference events of their respective disciplines. They will be surrounded by thousands of fans who will come to cheer and accompany the participants, while exploring the destination and enjoying the complementary activities that organize these events.
After a work in recent months that included the study of the needs of the tourism brand and its subsequent design, in which all the agents that make up the CMAT have been involved, we can now share our new corporate image.
The Razo Beach was the venue chosen last Friday July 12 to communicate that the proposal submitted to "Save the Waves Coalition" passed the first phase of the selection process. If it succeds, it would make the territory the first World Surfing Reserve declared in Spain, the second in Europe; after the Portuguese Ericeira, and in the twelfth worldwide. The CMAT, as the entity managing the Costa da Morte geodestine, was present at the call of the Promoter Group for the candidature as a World Surfing Reserve.