Specify dedicated to: The new forms of tourism/coord. by Joaquín Aurioles Martín. One of the most notable evidence of globalisation in modern societies is the increase in mobility relationships between people over the territory, which tend to be increasingly frequent, intensified and more complex, under the influence of new dominant parameters in post-industrial societies, such as the decentralisation of production, the increase in free time, the relocation of nature and places, or the development of new social needs (Liebman, 2002). In addition to this behaviour, there is another one, the one of those states that are classed for the ‘control’ of mobility through administrative and political mechanisms. This sets of positions gives rise to a multiplicity of situations that people handle through processes not always known to the rulers, nor well studied by researchers.