The Department of Tourism of the Bullas City Council, aware of the current situation and the emergence in the world of Covid-19, proposes, without leaving home, to visit different spaces in the municipality of Bullas in a guided way and from a tourist point of view offering what have been called "Virtual Guided Tours". From the tourism website www.bullasbodeganatural.es the routes will be posted to which the general public eager to know the Bulgarian heritage will have access.
The first of these virtual routes will be through the Casa de Cultura building, whose promoters were Pedro Melgares de Aguilar López and Lucía Marsilla Marsilla who completed the work in 1927, previously it was an inn with wineries. "We know that these are very complicated and difficult times, which is why we believe that it can be good entertainment and learning to bring our heritage and culture closer to citizens with these virtual guided tours to see at home," explains the Councilor for Tourism, Águeda Fernández. Other actions related to Bullas tourism From the Department of Tourism since the State of Alarm will begin, it has been working and holding online meetings with the different sectors involved in the tourism sector to offer solutions to this crisis.
Among the various proposals we can mention: the initiative called "Discovering the collections of the Bullas Wine Museum, where each Wednesday a unique piece of the municipality's ethnographic and archaeological heritage is presented.
It can also be followed through social networks and the web www.rutadelvinodebullas.es. On the other hand, in close collaboration with the Bullas Wine Route, a video has been released these days by Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to encourage and show that the Route "is with you", as in San Marcos, during its festivity.
, a toast was proposed, which was very well received by the neighbors, with a glass of wine from the Protected Designation of Origin 'Bullas'. In addition, this Department has proposed to the Tourism Institute of the Region of Murcia, the development of a Marketing and Commercialization Plan for Regional Wine Tourism, which can serve the 3 Murcia routes to establish operating guidelines in collaboration with the ITREM and can be incorporated into the work plan of each of the routes.
Also, the possibility of including the preparation of a Quality Assurance Plan is proposed, in accordance with the recommendations of the Product Manual of the tourist system 'Wine Routes of Spain'. "The tourism sector needs actions such as training plans, hygiene and safety protocols that serve the whole of the Wine Routes and their associated establishments, therefore, we will continue to work and meet to plan a plan to support the regional sector and be prepared for when we return to the new normality after the crisis generated by the Covid-19 "says the mayor who appreciates the efforts of farmers, winegrowers, winemakers" these difficult days that continue to work pooling the necessary resources and helping the local economy by coming to strengthen the rural environment.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Bullas