The Center for Tourist Initiatives (CIT) Marbella will celebrate on November 25, at the Puente Romano hotel its ‘XXII Business Awards’with which he will publicly recognize the project Coastal path of the Diputación de Málaga, the manager of the San Cristóbal hotel, Cristóbal Parra, and the Prevention, Fire Extinction and Rescue Service of the Marbella City Council, as reported by the organization on Monday.
Thus, the ‘Luis Cierco special prize for the tourist promotion of Marbella’ has been granted to the Coastal path of the Diputación de Málaga, a project led by the Provincial Council of Malaga with the collaboration of the 14 coastal municipalities, the coastal associations, the Junta de Andalucía and the Government of Spain. They love each other with him unite the 180 kilometers of the Malaga coast from Manilva to Nerja to offer a unique product to the local and visitor.
Currently, there is 85% of the littoral passable Thanks to this infrastructure, which allows promote tourism on the Malaga coasthave a positive impact on the economy and employment and recover areas of beaches and maritime-terrestrial public domain.
Similarly, among the objectives of the Coastal Path is the enhancement of historical resources like the 42 beacon towers or Phoenician sites de Vélez Málaga to give just a few examples, according to CIT Marbella.
The ‘Entrepreneur Award’ will go to Cristóbal Parra, which, as indicated by the organization, has acted as manager of the 3 star hotel San Cristóbal since 1980 after finish his university studies in business sciences and request a leave of absence from the Zaragozano bank to join the tourism sector.
On October 11, the Hotel San Cristóbal closed its doors to make a comprehensive reform of its facilities from 3 to 4 stars, including a rooftop; as well as a increase in the number of rooms and place the reception at street level among other innovations that will be in the new project, he recalled.
The hotel was built in several phases between 1961 and 1970but it was a decade later when various reforms were undertaken to implement a restaurant on the second floor, 3 meeting rooms or to obtain the “Q” for quality and ISO 14001 (environmental certification), being the first 3-star hotel in Andalusia in getting it and that he still keeps.
On the other hand, the ‘Institution Award‘ will fall on Prevention, Fire Extinction and Rescue Service of the Marbella City Council, which was founded in 1979 as a result of the legal obligation to provide it to municipalities with more than 25,000 inhabitants.
Since his birth, he has suffered a evolution, growth and transformation over time, but always with the same goal, that of rescue and rescue of people, goods and the environment in all kinds of situations.
In addition to the emergencies you go to such as structural fires, field fires, traffic accidents, rescues, mountain rescues, interventions in the aquatic environment or damage to buildings, among others. To date, the service has passed a total of 111 firefighterscurrently being in template 72 troopsto which 12 new components will be added once the selective process that has begun has ended.