2016 Sustainable Destinations Top 100
Nominations are open for the 2016 Sustainable Destinations Top 100; an initiative co-founded by the EUCC and Green Destinations. In the course of 2016 an International Jury will select 100 destinations worldwide based on outstanding sustainability performance. These destinations are meeting global standard on quality and sustainability: the best destinations for nature, culture and environment.
QualityCoast is one of the websites hosting the Global Sustainable Tourism Review (GSTR), the largest sustainability assessment of destinations. The Review presents visible aspects of sustainability as experienced by visitors, and data from independent internet sources. Municipalities are invited to check statistical data. Check how sustainable your holiday destination is!
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Gold Awards for Atlantic Islands of Galicia NP and Baiona Posted Jan 25, 2017 By Hugo de Jong
During FITUR, Spain’s biggest tourism fair held last week in Madrid, the destinations Baiona and the Atlantic Islands of Galicia National Park received both a Golden QualityCoast
Noordwijk en Hoek van Holland bekroond voor duurzaam toerisme Posted Oct 11, 2016 By Hugo de Jong
Noordwijk en Hoek van Holland kregen op 10 oktober ‘Dag van de Duurzaamheid’ een nieuwe QualityCoast Award voor duurzaam toerisme. De gemeente Noordwijk kreeg een
New QualityCoast Awards for St Eustatius and Bonaire Posted Sep 03, 2016 By Hugo de Jong
This week, Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs Mr. Henk Kamp presented QualityCoast Awards to the Dutch Caribbean islands of Bonaire and St Eustatius in recognition
Competition starts for Sustainable Destinations Top 100: “Destinations of Future Generations” Posted Mar 15, 2016 By Esmee Slabbers
BERLIN – The 2016 Sustainable Destinations Top 100 was launched at ITB Berlin, the world’s largest tourism trade market. The competition is a unique opportunity
STUDY SHOWS INCREASED INTEREST IN SUSTAINABLE DESTINATIONS Posted Mar 02, 2015 By devilee
Two researches conducted by the Universities of Extremadura and Jaén in Spain have found that awareness of visitors on sustainable tourism has significantly raised. Therefore,