The Costa Nostrum the organization announced that it has certified three more coastal zones on the Greek island Crete with “Sustainable Beaches” label.
Costa Nostrum is the certification standard for the sustainable management and development of beaches in the Mediterranean. Its Sustainable Beaches label recognizes the sustainable management and development of Mediterranean beaches.
Recently certified beaches in Crete are located indoors Cactus hotels Art Heraklion namely in Cactus BeachCactus Mare and Cactus Bay.
Costa Nostrum has released the following video with underwater and aerial footage of the Cactus certified hotel areas. An online flipbook with photos of their underwater treasures is also available.
Five beaches renew their certification
Costa Nostrum also announced that five more beaches in Crete have renewed their certification for the period 2022-2023.
The beaches are located on the territory of the village Apollonia Beach Resort & Spa, Creta Maris Beach Resort, TUI Magic Life Candia Maris and in the areas of Akti-Karteras in Heraklion and Agia Pelagia in the municipality of Malevizi.
“In a time of climate crisis, maintaining the sustainability of Crete’s beaches and contributing to the modernization of the island’s tourism product is a successful project for us,” said the CEO of Costa Nostrum. Vasilis Zisimopoulos said.
“We are confident that our efforts to achieve a complete sustainable transformation will lead us to new certifications and ultimately to a world that will be largely based on sustainable development,” he added.
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