Three city councils of Ibiza and the Consell de Formentera have shown interest in the project Emblematic shops of the Balearic Islands, that seeks to publicize the uniqueness of each municipality through its emblematic establishments and thus protect these traditional businesses.
In total, 24 Balearic city councils participate in the project with 151 shops that could be classified as emblematic. El IDI, entity dependent on the Ministry of Energy Transition and Productive Sectors and responsible for the project together with the General Directorate of Commerce, has edited a manual that will provide municipalities that are the same councils to identify the businesses that meet the requirements to be emblematic.
Like this, a series of categories have been established to unify the criteria among all the participants in the project. Like this, a business can be classified as entrenched (with a unique trade), with history (more than 75 years of life or 50 in exceptional cases) and with heritage (with architectural highlights). The establishments that meet these three categories will be called emblematic.
In principle, a pilot municipality has been set up in each of the different Islands. In the case of Ibiza and Formentera, Santa Eulària has been the first to have businesses listed, with eight of these establishments.
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