During the fall of 2019, we participated in the Rural Cicerones program, the network of local tour guides, an initiative aimed at promoting slow tourism in the province of Malaga.

We have attended three events: the training “Design of products and slow experiences: from the resource to experience” in Benarrabá (November 19-20), the workshop “Entrepreneurship applied to slow tourism” and the forum “Rural Cicerones: tourism of experience” both at the La Noria Social Innovation Center (December 4).

We had the opportunity to learn about the experience of entrepreneurs who work and exchange with people who are on this path, and even make friends. What more could you want?

As part of the process, we have designed a product to present in the next Fitur and incorporate in the near future in the experience guide.

It has been a very rewarding experience and we would like to highlight the interest of developing this type of conference outside the city of Malaga, directly in the regions where they are needed.

From G3, we want to thank Toñi and Marina for their effort and dynamism.