The Associació de Càmpings of the Costa Daurada and Terres de l’Ebre, Campings Tarragona, made a working day yesterday at the Faculty of Tourism and Geography of the Rovira i Virgili University
Joan Antón, president of the entity, values’ the relevant moment of the sector, which is directed towards consolidation and global recognition ‘
The Associació de Càmpings of the Costa Daurada and Terres de l’Ebre, Campings Tarragona – Unique Camping Destination held yesterday a technical conference aimed at entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs of the camper sector entitled “Urbanism, architecture and landscaping in campsites.”
This day has served so that attendees acquire specific knowledge on urban regulations within the world of camping and also towards the architectural and landscape trends of this sector, which is going through an important moment of global growth and in recent years has been the subject of several awards for their professionalism.
According to Joan Antón, president of the Associació de Càmpings of the Costa Daurada and Terres de l’Ebre, “we are aware that we are at a relevant moment in the camper world and we have to know how to take advantage of all the synergies to continue enriching the sector to improve your experience when you visit us.
We have deepened the design of the product, what the client sees and feels when he rests and walks quietly in our facilities. “For Joan Antón,” from the sector we continue working to consolidate our position in the tourism market and obtain the recognition we deserve. our effort and ascending trajectory “.
Today, says Joan Antón, “the campsites of Tarragona have fully renovated facilities, as entrepreneurs have made significant investments to adapt to new trends.”
“Urbanism, architecture and landscaping in the campsites” took place during the morning of yesterday in the Aula Magna of the Faculty of Tourism and Geography of the Rovira i Virgili University (URV), based in Vila-seca, and consisted of a series of conferences by professionals specialized in the field of architecture.
Carlos Alonso, from Manubens Advocats, spoke about the ‘Urban regulations in the camping world’. Rafael Tramullas, from Tematic Arquitectura, addressed the theme of ‘Master Plan. Architecture and landscaping applied to campsites’.
Salvador Antón, from the URV, made the audience aware of ‘Creative and experiential design of spaces: management of people’s flows’. While Joaquim Villaronga, from Estudio Gaau Arquitectura, gave a lecture on “How to choose and optimize an accommodation”.
Finally, before the closing ceremony, a round table was held where the main conclusions of the Conference were discussed. Subsequently, Carmen Mansilla, director of the Territorial Services of Enterprise and Employment in the demarcation of Tarragona, closed the event.
In the afternoon, the Associació de Càmpings of the Costa Daurada and Terres de l’Ebre, held its general assembly.