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Coastal and Maritime Tourism

Event

First Regional Cruise Dialogue for the Baltic

 

18 October 2016, Scandio Copenhagen Hotel, Copenhagen, Denmark

 

NECSTouR had been invited to attend this event organised by the pan-European cruise dialogue. This group of dialogue obtained his impulse after that the EU Commission adopted a communication on 20 February 2014, presenting a new strategy to enhance coastal and maritime tourism in Europe. A first regional dialogue for the Mediterranean already took place in Olbia (Italy) in October 2015.

 

MITOMED Final Conference

 

"CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTIVES FOR COASTAL AND MARITIME TOURISM IN EUROPE"

12/05/2015, Florence (Italy)

Working languages: English, Italian

The main objectives of this event are to share the findings and results of the MITOMED project, and to develop ideas for the governance of maritime and coastal tourism and for future initiatives and projects. 

Good Practice

 

The Basque Country devoted itself to develop a master plan for the tourism sector as a guideline to support over time.  The Basque Tourism Agency, Basquetour, has taken over the leadership of the project and involved almost 700 tourism stakeholder found in the Basque region. To support this goal, the members of the agency established approximately 40 actions to take place during the year, that are further divided into two main categories:

1) management (government, business development, external relations and tourist scenario)

Odyssea Network’s routes aim at facilitating tourist touring, eco-mobility along the blue routes and green routes along water. It organizes cultural and economic link between ports and their territories. In the strategy "Odyssea 2014-2020", it’s central to allow an accessibility to routes and structured offer with a clear objective: Zero emission of Co2.

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