Professor Rubén C. Lois-González, PhD (M), is Professor of Geography in the Department of Geography and Town and Country Planning at the University of Santiago de Compostela. He is a specialist in urban and cultural geography. He has been Director General for Tourism of the Autonomous Galician Government (2005–2009), and is currently the Director of the Euro-regional Study Centre (CEER). He is the principal researcher of the draft for the Regional Atlas Project for the 2020 Strategy from the EU.Professor Xosé M. Santos-Solla, PhD (M) (Project Coordinator), is Full Professor in Geography in the Department of Geography and Town and Country Planning at the University of Santiago de Compostela. He is specialised in world heritage cities. He has also carried out work on the recent changes in rural areas and other human geographic aspects. He has been the Director of the Tourist Study Centre (CETUR) at the University of Santiago since its founding in 2004. He has been the principal researcher of the “Fishing Tourism in the Atlantic: a new tourist model based on cultural and gastronomic heritage of Galician coastal villages” project, financed by the Xunta de Galicia. He has directed a total of six doctoral theses.Pilar Taboada-de-Zúñiga is a graduate from the University of Santiago de Compostela in Romanic Philology, and is qualified in Business Tourism, with an Official Interuniversity Master´s in Tourism Management and Planning. Pilar is currently writing a PhD thesis on Language Tourism, and is working at CETUR (Centre for Study and Research on Tourism) at the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain) as a full time researcher, carrying out research projects.