The Project

Leading the DTI transformation, twenty years of experience, success stories and international awards endorse our trajectory.


CRM of Destination

Influence the customer journey of millions of tourists, visitors and residents around the world thanks to the Smart Tourist Destinations.



Take the opportunity to reach millions of customers exclusively. At the right time and place with an accurate measurement of your ROI.



Get the valuable information of your customers, fully personalising the Wi-Fi experience of our users, with your brand.



Multidisciplinary team with proven experience. 100% focused on the satisfaction of our sponsors, clients and partners.

Communication among people, organisations and businesses is carried out using mobile devices that are permanently connected to the internet. The basic requirement of a Smart Tourism Destination (DTI for its acronym in Spanish) is to provide a top-quality, public, free wireless connection so that the needs of residents, tourists, businesses and institutions can be met. WIONGO has 20 years of learning from implementing public Wi-Fi solutions in towns and cities; the success stories of Playa de Palma, Palma, Benidorm, Salou, Gandia and Barcelona represent real cases of this extensive experience.

Every tourism destination around the world should improve the competitiveness and sustainability of its tourism model through research, planning, the development of new tourism products, promotion of the location in markets and established marketing channels and the direct or third-party organisation and implementation of as many activities as required by the destination or the markets for this purpose.
Spain’s tourism is currently facing a crucial moment, a new challenge for the future: to effectively implement and consolidate the smart tourism destination model. This challenge aims to maintain the destination’s competitiveness and distinguish it from competitors.

The concept of Smart Tourism Destination stems from the development of Smart Cities, where technology plays a determining role, with the aim of tourism destinations including technology throughout the entire travel process, in other words, before, during and after the trip, so as to enhance the tourist’s experience.

Technology alone does not make a destination smart but must be accompanied by a process of change at all levels, beginning with the city strategy and smart tourism, which must lead to a new model of destination, one that is innovative, accessible and sustainable. Management is, therefore, the element that transforms a tourism destination, so that it can deal with the changes of a complex tourism scenario, those of its competitors, the tourists themselves and also marketing channels.