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Grants for hospitality venues

The Official Gazette of the Valencia region has published details of 200,000 euro worth of grants available to 40 hospitality venues across the region that promote quality products originating in the Valencia region.

According to the Minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, José Luis Aguirre, “the agri-food quality brands differentiated from the territory constitute a gastronomic wealth, add value to the product and energise the production areas.”

The grants are for hospitality venues that include a significant number of local products on their menu, with up to 10,000 euro available for restaurants, cafeterias, cafés, bars, and lounges, as well as catering and food delivery services and banquet halls.

Intelligent tourism in Torrevieja

The Councillor for Tourism in Torrevieja, Rosario Martínez, has reported that the Torrevieja Intelligent Tourism University Laboratory (TI-LAB) has been included in the “Guide to good practices in innovation for Intelligent Tourist Destinations. A compilation of 38 outstanding actions in tourism innovation”.

“The TI-LAB is premised on promoting innovation and sustainability in tourism with the development of R&D and training activities that are key for the sector related to smart tourism,” explained José Norberto Mazón, the director of the headquarters.

Art in Guardamar

The regional director of Museums in the Valencian Community, José Luis Pérez Pont, has been in Guardamar del Segura to launch a new art exhibition featuring works by artists from across the region.

The mayor of Guardamar, José Luis Sáez Pastor, and the councillor for Culture, Pilar Gay, joined in with the inauguration of the exhibition ‘Painting in the Contemporary Art collection of the Generalitat Valenciana’, which can be visited until December 17 at the Casa del Cultura in Guardamar del Segura.

This is the second exhibition of the cycle of Guardamar del Segura as Valencian Cultural Capital and it presents pictorial works from the ‘Contemporary Art of the Generalitat Valenciana’ collection, a selection of pieces by different artists that claim their expressive force, both from abstract and figurative approaches, with a clear determination and contemporary approach.

Wedding fair in Alicante

Starting today, and running through the weekend, the IFA exhibition centre located near to Alicante airport will be hosting a wedding fair.

The event brings together exhibitors from across Spain, as well as global participants, offering everything needed for a perfect wedding in Spain.

This is the twenty first time the FIRANOVIOS event has been held in the centre, and also offers an area for those facing their first communion.

Equality protection in Alfas

The L’Alfàs del Pi fiestas later this month will have both a Violet and Rainbow Point to act as safe spaces for both women and the LGBT+ community, respectively.

The initiative has been developed jointly by the Departments of Festivities and Equality, in collaboration with the ALGTB Benidorm-La Marina Baixa Association. In this space, specialised professionals will carry out preventive and awareness-raising work, and will provide attention, information and support to those people who may experience sexist or homophobic attacks during the fiestas.

Saturday protests in Dénia

Residents of Dénia will take to the streets in protest on Saturday, to express their concern that the Ministry of Ecological Transition have left more than 3,600 properties on the northern coast of Dénia out of plans for demarcation that will commence next week.

There is a 10 kilometre stretch of coastline, from Les Deveses to Les Marines, affected by the move, and so the residents will take to the streets to protest this measure, starting in the part closest to the port of Marqués de Campo, next to the Red Cross, and will continue through the centre of Dénia until it ends at the Glorieta.

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