Conscious of the importance of maintaining sustainable touristic development, and having assumed the principles and objectives specifically adopted at the World Summit for Sustainable Development 2015, the COP 21 and the World Charter for Sustainable Tourism +20, TORELLÓ VITICULTORS promises to use sustainable management in its activities, through the adoption of committments oriented towards preventing, eliminating or reducing the impact of our installations and activities, both internal and external, as well as optimising the sustainability of the establishment improving its interaction with its surroundings.

In the same way, our company has adopted the following Responsible Tourism Policy, through which we promise to fulfil the requisites established in the adhesion to BIOSPHERE, which includes, among other things, the legal requirements that regulate the effects generated by tourist activity.

In addition, we promise to motivate and train our personnel in the principles of Responsible Tourism through educational and awareness activities, to further good environmental practice in this area and participate in external activities, and to inform both internally and externally of the company’s environmental advances and activities.

Likewise, our establishment states its express commitment to combat sexual or any other form of exploitation and commercial harassment, in particular that of children, adolescents, women and minorities; and we commit ourselves to adopting measures for universal accessibility.

One of our principal objectives is to perfect sustainable management, assuming the commitments to continuous improvement in all areas of sustainability: social, economic and environmental, as well as in client satisfaction. For this, all future projects for extending the installations or activities will be submitted to the criteria of sustainability and efficiency in the use of resources.

This Responsible Tourism Policy will be updated whenever the circumstances so require, adopting and publishing the new sustainability objectives in both cases.