Málaga será la provincia más beneficiada por las ayudas al turismo a raíz de la sequía

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The drought is having a significant impact on various productive sectors in Andalusia, including tourism. The delegate of the Junta de Andalucía in Málaga, Patricia Navarro, has met with tourism representatives from the Costa del Sol and the Mancomunidad de la Costa del Sol Occidental and Acosol to discuss two lines of subsidies approved by the Andalusian government to support the tourism sector in response to the water shortage. These incentives aim to promote the reuse of water resources, energy efficiency, and adaptation to climate change, totaling 40 million euros.

The tourism industry is a significant contributor to Andalusia's economy, with over 10,000 establishments and 567,228 places, of which 4,035 are located in Málaga with 202,405 places. These subsidies will benefit not only hotels, restaurants, and bars but also tour operators, language schools, and golf courses.

The first line of subsidies, with amounts ranging from 100,000 to one million euros, is aimed at tourism services, event organization, and water treatment and reuse. The second line, with amounts between 50,000 and 300,000 euros, is focused on the reutilization of water and the promotion of sustainable practices.

To be eligible for these subsidies, businesses must implement sustainable water management practices, such as treating and reusing water from non-potable sources, reducing water consumption, and using alternative energy sources. The subsidies are intended to support the tourism industry in reducing its environmental impact and promoting sustainable practices.

"This support is essential for the tourism sector to adapt to the new reality and maintain its competitiveness," said Navarro. "We want to encourage companies to implement sustainable practices and reduce their water consumption. By doing so, we can not only protect the environment but also improve the sector's reputation and attract more tourists."

The subsidies are also tied to the modification of the Decree-law 13/2020 on Hotel Classification, which gives 5 points for each sustainable practice adopted by hotels, with a maximum of 20 points. This measure aims to promote the adoption of sustainable practices throughout the sector.

Overall, these subsidies represent a significant investment in the future of Andalusia's tourism industry and will help the sector become more sustainable and competitive in the face of climate change.

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