Visitors flock to Spain’s “untouched” location of Galicia #Spain #travel
Vigo – 28 July 2007
1. Various of plane landing at airport
two. Various of visitors leaving terminal building
3. SOUNDBITE: (German) Petra Muller, tourist
“This is the second time that we have picked Galicia for our holidays. It is a fantastic put and on the other hand we have been quite weary of going to Southern Spain where everywhere you go you go is often packed with visitors.”
4. Various of ship leaving port of Vigo toward Cies Islands
5. Various of visitors onboard ship
6. Shut of indication of Rodas Beach at Cies Islands
seven. Various of visitors at seaside
eight. SOUNDBITE: (Portuguese) Carminha Carvalho, tourist
“Galicia has plenty of practically unpolluted shorelines and hence you you should not uncover below typical tourism for the masses. There are fantastic prospects to explore new items. Galicia is still to be explored.”
9. Various of visitors at seaside
10. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Maria Cortes, tourist
“Galicia has numerous hidden treasures these kinds of as its food stuff, its landscapes and a temperate weather conditions. And to top it off worldwide warming are turning much more prevalent destinations in Southern Spain unbearably hot. All this things are decisive for us when getting to come to a decision where to go on holidays.”
11. Various shoreline of Cies Islands
Santiago de Compostela – 27 July 2007
12. Wide of exterior of Galicia’s ministry of tourism
thirteen. Established up shot of Fernando Blanco driving desk
fourteen. SOUNDBITE: (Gallego) Fernando Blanco, Galicia’s Minister of Tourism
“We you should not want to repeat previous versions. The so named “sunlight and seaside” tourism is not what we want to market below in Galicia. We would fairly concentrate on other virtues we have like our thermal baths, sea sports activities these kinds of as sailing, our seafood. This is our purpose for the upcoming. We you should not want to market a local climate oriented model of tourism.”
La Coruna – 29 July 2007
fifteen. Various of Riazor seaside
16. Established up shot of Paquino Fernandez, Greenpeace Spokesman in Galicia
17. SOUNDBITE: (Spanish) Paquino Fernandez, Greenpeace Spokesman in Galicia
“Urban construction tension is now quite potent below in Galicia presently. We are now enduring numerous cases of city corruption as very well as far too numerous acres of purely natural land becoming re assigned for city construction. We can’t enable real estate developers to grow to be the rulers of area city halls. We also require to be knowledgeable that according to the most optimistic predictions of worldwide warming scientist say that the increase of the sea stage will make the shoreline recede over 35 metres (38 yards). They are unable to hold building dams and yacht ports since the sea will wipe out almost everything.”
Santiago de Compostela, July 27, 2007
eighteen. Various of visitors at Cathedral sq.
19. SOUNDBITE: (English) Isabelle O’Mara, Irish tourist
“I often like to consider some thing new. I would read of Galicia, and listen to numerous fantastic items about it, and I arrived. And I’m truly surprised. This is a hidden gem! Gorgeous shorelines, truly helpful people, steeped in lifestyle. Is truly a magnificent getaway vacation spot for any one.”
20. Various of visitors in entrance of Cathedral
Spain is 1 of Europe’s most popular destinations, as Northern Europeans search for sunlight, sea and sangria on the country’s well-known costas.
But in new yrs much more adventurous visitors have begun straying from the very well trodden route that is southern Spain and begun heading to the north western location of Galicia.
This “undiscovered” location features some of the country’s cleanest and quietest shorelines.
Galicia is 1 of Spain’s hidden gems.
Most of visitors visiting Spain decide on the crowded shorelines in Catalonia, Andalusia, the Balearic and the Canary Islands.
Having said that, in the previous handful of yrs much more and much more of those people exploring for a getaway in the sunlight have begun heading to the northern shores of Galicia.
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