Sustainable tourism and cultural heritage:
an opportunity to uphold
our local communities

We strive to ensure that the management of Mudejar heritage, as related to the tourism development strategy, enables actions to be implemented that foster responsible, sustainable tourism designed from within the places where the heritage exists and by the inhabitants that support the region.

Our identity

As a fusion of East and West, Mudejar art of Aragon, the architecture of which was declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 2001 due to its “universal nature, uniqueness and authenticity”, tells the story of our region and reveals an extraordinary rural setting that contrasts with the more ethnographic image commonly associated with villages.

Preserving the past

to construct the future

Our work is defined by our activity program, designed in accordance with the strategic lines set out in the “2019-2022 Work Plan by the Council of the European Union”, which is aligned with the goals of Agenda 2030 and guided by the principles of the SDG, considering that the cultural identity of the region contributes to sustainable social and economic development, differentiating markets and, in turn, enabling them to be integrated into a diversified economy that can ensure their future success.

Heritage, tourism and sustainable development

The management of local eco-systems, extraction and use of nearby materials, native trades and craftsmanship that reduce energy consumption, and investments all foster the creation of sustainable means of subsistence and encourage green economies. SDG 13. Take urgent action to combat climate change and its effects SDG 9. Industry, innovation and infrastructure

Knowledge as the key: accessibility to heritage as a starting point

We contribute our perspective in the construction of quality education at all levels that promotes learning opportunities which we believe to be crucial in the promotion of economic growth and high quality work. SDG 4: Progress towards quality education that promotes lifelong learning opportunities for all. SDG 8: Promote economic growth and decent work

Heritage space as a concentrator for rural innovation

New uses, workplace innovation, gender equality, inter-generational experiences and, in sum, working to reduce the inequality that arises, in our case, from working with world renowned heritage in a rural setting.

Management of cultural heritage as a possible strategy for the future

Places in which historical, cultural and natural heritage resources are managed in a conscientious and intelligent manner are resilient, distinctive and identity-based. Places for investment, development and future.

We create future