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  • 1. BEST PRACTICE PRESENTATION
    • BASQUE GOVERNMENT
    • Biodiversity and Environmental Participation
    • TOURISM IN THE PROTECTED NATURAL AREAS OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY:
    • A STRATEGY FOR QUALITY
    • Provincial Councils of Bizkaia, Alava and Gipuzkoa, and Basque Government
  • 2. Background of the action (1)
    • ( 1994) Regional Law for Nature Conservation
      • The Basque Network of Protected Natural Areas
    • 9 Natural Parks :
      • Urkiola, Valderejo, Gorbeia, Izki, Armañón, Aralar, Pagoeta, Aiako Harria, Aitzkorri-Aratz
    • Protection schemes
      • Regulation of public use
    7.235 km 2 20%
  • 3. Background of the action (2)
    • ( 2008) Reflection process on sustainable public use in the Natural Parks
    • (2009) Workshop: Quality as the basis for the management of Protected Natural Areas
    • (2010) Project: Quality Standards for the Network of Protected Natural Areas in Euskadi
  • 4. Background of the action (3)
    • Strategy for Quality in the Basque Network of Protected Natural Areas in Euskadi
    • FIVE-YEAR PLANNING (2010-2014)
    • Implementation of the Q for Tourist Quality
    • Implementation of the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism (ECST) in the Valderejo Natural Park
  • 5. Background of the action (4) URKIOLA Natural Park 5. 955 ha GORBEIA Natural Park 20.016 ha PAGOETA Natural Park 2.860 ha ARALAR Natural Park 10.971 ha
  • 6. Background of the action (5)
    • VALDEREJO Natural Park
    • 3.496 ha
    • Lahoz, Lalastra, Ribera and Villamardones
    • Agriculture and livestock
    • Wide variety of habitats
    Pinus sylvestris
    • Gyps fulvus (vulture)
    • pottoka
  • 7.
    • The aim of the implementation of the Q for Tourist Quality (UNE 187002) is:
    • To ensure the observance of specified service levels or standards in the management of a PNA, creating a dynamic of continuous improvement in the spheres relating to the management of public use.
    • The aim of the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in PNA is:
    • To improve the sustainable development and management of tourism in a PNA which takes account of the needs of the environment, local residents, local businesses and visitors.
    The two approaches
  • 8.
    • GOAL
    • Adopt standards of quality in the management of the PNA in Euskadi and establish the necessary mechanisms for their achievement in the fields of biodiversity conservation , public use and economic development
    • Optimization of social and economic development in the area of influence of protected natural areas (rural development)
    • Enhancement of biodiversity in protected natural areas
    • TARGETS
    • Consolidate the Quality System based on the UNE 187002:2008.
    • Get the involvement of stakeholders : Implement the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in the Natural Park of Valderejo as innovative management and investment in tourism promotion and economic network
  • 9. METHODOLOGY
    • HUMAN RESSOURCES
    • Provincial Councils’ staff
    • Basque Government’s staff
    • Consultant - IKT’s staff
            • 40 people
    • FINANCIAL RESSOURCES
    • 24.000 €/year (5 years)
    • 25% funding
    Obtain and implement a certified quality system for PNA’s management
  • 10. EVALUATION OF THE ACTION
    • Method : Analysis of indicator "number of PNA with Quality System implemented“
    • Tools: Annual Report – Quality Committee
    • Method: Analysis of indicators designed in the 'Strategy for Sustainable Tourism in PNAs’
    • Tools: Annual Report - Steering Committee
  • 11. TEACHINGS OF THE ACTION
    • The Quality System based on the UNE 1807002 is revealed as a useful tool for:
      • Quality control in the management of the public use
      • The organization of the management team.
      • Compliance with the requirements of environmental quality and sustainability.
    • The European Sustainable Tourism Charter reflects the will of the institutions responsible for the management of protected areas and tourism professionals to promote tourism that meets the principles of sustainable development.
  • 12. RESULTS
    • Through the implementation of the the PNA will get:
    • Improvement of the management that reflects on the service excellence and hence on the effectiveness.
    • Increase in staff training, which results in a reinforcement of staff motivation and will contribute to its integration.
    • Improvement of efficiency of management tools.
    • Greater visitors’ satisfaction, since it will allow us to better understand their expectations.
    • Immersion in a process of continual improvement.
    • Recognition on the part of the tourist sector and the visitor.
    • Use of the Q as an instrument of promotion and popularization.
  • 13. RESULTS
    • Through the implementation of the PNA will get:
    • Set ambitious goals in the field of sustainable tourism
    • Increase the involvement of tourism professionals in the (tourism) planning of a PNA
    • Promoting tourism in the territory
    • Increase awareness of visitors
    • Promote social and economic development based on the conservation of natural resources
    • A tool for planning and control the tourism policy
    • A tool for monitoring and evaluating the tourism polity
    • Recognition as a territory of excellence in the field of sustainable tourism
  • 14. FOLLOW UP
    • What are the future actions ?
      • Consolidation of the Quality system. Implementation in every PNA of the Network
      • Monitoring and analysing about the impact of the Quality system
      • Deployment of the remaining actions of the Strategy for Quality in the Basque Network of Protected Natural Areas
    • What could you improve ?
      • Collaborative tools common to all the management bodies
      • Coordination between the management bodies of the PNA and the different administrations involved (local governments, tourism, industry, environment…)
  • 15. CONCLUSION
    • SIMILARITIES:
    • Continuous improvement processes
    • Voluntary agreements
    • Quality marks
  • 16. CONCLUSION
    • DIFFERENCES:
    • Quality services Compatibilisation
    • Requirements of the services Planning of tourism
    • Management team Management team + Citizens + Tourism business
  • 17. CONCLUSION
    • The two approaches are complementary
    • Since the UNE standard provides the basic tools for control, it is highly recommended to start with the Q implementation, and then get the adhesion to the Charter
  • 18.
    • Eskerrik asko!
    • www.turismoa.euskadi.net
    • www.euskadi.net /biodiversidad