Costa del Sol launches the first tourist vouchers for 25,000 services in the country

43 Per Cent Of Costa del Sol Hotels Open Their Doors Today
43 Per Cent Of Costa del Sol Hotels Open Their Doors Today. Costa del Sol Open Pic: MTC

€100 bonus plus two nights stay in a hotel can be signed up for now by professionals!

In order to help boost the economy from the effects of the pandemic, the president of the Deputation has presented 25,000 tourist vouchers in Malaga, for health professionals who can now obtain this offer within the province.

The Costa del Sol Tourism Alliance has been joined by around 20 hotels and agencies, and this is the first step within the plan which will be carried out between now and the end of the year.


The scheme plans to reward front line workers who have helped battle against the pandemic, as well as help boost the economy and help employment, due to the arrival of tourists.

Interested healthcare professionals will firstly have to apply for a Costa Del Sol tourist card, via, or They will then have to provide proof of payment that they were working during the state of alarm, as a doctor, nurse, or nursing assistant. Once verified by the council, the applicant will be provided with a locator which can be used to make a reservation.

There will be a €100 discount on services, as well as participating hotels and agencies offering an additional 5 per cent discount. Hoteliers and travel agencies have been urged to join the initiative, in which all tourist sectors can participate.

The Costa del Sol tourist card will be focusing on loyalty in order to attract more travellers and be competitive with prices and services.

What is Mallorca doing to boost tourism?

Originally from England, she has lived in the South of Spain for 29 years. She went to international schools, and studied a British curriculum, but was brought up with Spanish families around her as she found a love for the equestrian world at a young age, and has competed internationally.

She has always enjoyed travelling and writing, and now covers an array of news topics from all over, but mostly based around the UK and Spain.

Share your story with us by emailing [email protected], by calling +34 951 38 61 61 or by messaging our Facebook page


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here