The International Tourism Fair (Fitur), held this past weekend in Madrid, was attended by the mayor of Cieza, Pascual Lucas, and the councilors of Tourism, Trade and Culture, Antonio Moya, María Jesús López and María Ramos, respectively.
Lucas, in the company of Moya, has made a highly positive assessment of the presence of the city at the Murcia Region stand, underlining that the main objective was "to transfer the success of the First Tourist Plan of Cieza to the rest of collaborators in the projection of our city as a friendly tourist destination, attractive for our neighbors, the Region, Spain and other countries ".
The councilor adds that, "thanks to the Floración, we acquire greater relevance every year that is helping us to leave our borders to the outside." It is more comforting to see how we have done, from the most elementary in our environment, the main resource so that come the people to our land, to the feast of the flower, as a warning of the good weather and the end of the cold come our flowers, accompanied by spring, in a spectacle of fruit trees that will invite us to eat at our tables ".
The mayor emphasizes in a special way that "this party could not be celebrated without the most important, the farmers, who, apart from maintaining one of the main sectors of the economy, allow us to move to the fantasy of colors with Their job is to them to whom we dedicate their space in Fitur and, today, we pay our little tribute. "
Lucas abounds that, "today, the farmers of Cieza and the Region of Murcia need us, they need us, the political representatives and those who are in the administrations, to be with them. institutions to solve the problems, to give them back the rights that they have been losing and to face one of the greatest challenges we have as a people: water, its lack complicates the future to imminently agricultural lands like this one, from here, my recognition to them. know that they will have me, that they will have us behind them, where they need us, from the flowers to the trees, to the fruits, our peach is thanks to them, to our farmers ".
In another vein, the mayor said that, in the capital of Spain, "we had the opportunity to project again thanks to all the people who made it possible." Our master pastry chef Joaquín Ramos, for example, thanks to his effort He knew how to conquer attendees through taste, his dessert, which simulated our peach, triumphed, an exquisite delicacy, like the name of his pastry shop, thanks also to the representation of the Prendimiento, he helped us to make Cieza's tourism un-seasonal. the other side of our artistic and cultural heritage. 'Los Armaos' put on their best clothes by dazzling attendees with a perfect representation of our traditional conch shell. "
Pascual Lucas concludes by noting that "Cieza was spectacularly successful, and the regional media welcomed 'La Floración' as it is, one of the main shows offered by the Murcian nature, a unique spectacle that has to serve as a springboard for us. We hope that, after the presentation at Fitur, after all the work being carried out by the councils involved and after the overexertion of our farmers to continue maintaining production, we will help improve the data. last year, increasing the number of visitors and tourists, increasing the 60 indirect jobs created by the impulse of the project, improving the image of our city and moving forward, for which it has been working from the City Council, to give solution to the problems of our farmers. "
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cieza