In today's economic environment, tourism stands out for its significant contribution to the global economy. However, it is crucial to examine the different types of tourism, especially those arising from new habits and adaptations of contemporary travelers. Among these, wellness tourism and sustainability emerge as fundamental pillars, integrating into all sectors, including tourism. On this occasion, I want to highlight how wellness tourism can drive sustainability. To begin, it is essential to understand what wellness tourism entails. This type of tourism gains importance as travelers seek experiences that enhance their quality of life, whether in emotional or health terms. This sector has seen notable growth, becoming an emerging trend that has significantly influenced the post-pandemic economy. According to "The Global Wellness Economy: Country Rankings" report published in January 2024 by the Global Wellness Institute, countries showing particularly strong post-pandemic recovery include Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Croatia, Romania, and the Czech Republic, all of which have large and growing wellness tourism sectors. The report also highlights that the wellness economy is projected to grow at a solid rate of 8.6% annually over the coming years, reaching nearly $8.5 trillion by 2027. This underscores that wellness tourism is not only beneficial for travelers