Project Summary



The project builds up an integrated approach to address mobility and tourism, testing balanced strategies to face the rising challenges of these two growing sectors and to achieve sustainable development and a better quality of life in Funchal, Limassol, Rethymno, Elba, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Valletta.

Role of NECSTouR

NECSTouR has been sub-contracted to provide support in coordinating and enhancing the activities of tourism and transport stakeholders networking at the project level

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Report: Sustainable Mobility in Tourist Destinations (EU Week of Regions 2020)

The two Interreg MED communities - Sustainable Tourism (STC) and Urban Transport (UTC) - joined forces during a workshop exchanging good practices from both catalogues of replicable solutions on sustainable mobility in the Mediterranean area.

European Projects Join Forces on Smart and Sustainable Mobility Measures in Tourist Destinations

On the 30th of June 2020, NECSTouR conducted the moderation of the Webinar "Smart and Sustainable Mobility Measures in Tourist Destinations".

Mobility and Tourism: Alliances that Stimulate the Destinations Twin Transition

The EU Green Deal and the Europe Fit for the Digital Age are - among the top six priorities of the European Commission - the ones leading the so called Twin Transition.

NECSTouR Webinar on Smart and Sustainable Mobility Measures in Tourism

The Webinar on Smart and Sustainable Mobility Measures in Tourism took place today together with CPMR in collaboration with the Civitas Destinations project.

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NECSTouR advocates for Sustainable Mobility in Tourism at Eurovelo Event

The workshop with decision makers on developing cycling tourism in the Mediterranean Area took place at the Croatian Permanent Representation in Brussels. NECSTouR Permanent secretariat was invited by the European Cyclists Federation (ECF) to share its view on how to manage the continuing growth of the tourism sector to ensure its sustainably.

NECSTouR and NIT advised on Tourism and Sustainable Mobility the CIVITAS Destinations' Partners

Mrs Sandra de Puig as NECSTouR coordinator and Mr Ulf Sonntag as Head of Market Research at the Institute for Tourism Research in Northern Europe of Kiel (NIT-Kiel) presented in Elba Island their recommendations on tourism and sustainable mobility to the destinations managers partners of the CIVITAS DESTINATIONS Project.

Sardinian Regional plan for Cycling Mobility

The regional plan for cycling mobility of Sardinia (Italy) is a project involving the entire island.

The plan establishes a network of cycling and intermodal (bike+train) routes, with the reuse of the many abandoned minor roads and railways, along with new dedicated sections for soft mobility.

Barcelona Tourism Mobility Strategy (EMT)

The Tourism Mobility Strategy (EMT) structures a global analysis of the patterns of tourism mobility in Barcelona. The EMT has 12 concrete actions to facilitate the fit of tourism mobility with daily mobility to make the city more liveable and sustainable.

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Trentino Guest Card

The Trentino Guest Card "Holiday including experiences” is the tourist card that is valid throughout the region currently with members from 11 tourist sectors.

The Card includes unlimited use of all public transport (urban and rural buses and trains on provincial routes) and access to more than 100 services such as museums, castles, attractions and many conventions and discounts on further services.

Call for Good Practices on Sustainable Mobility and Tourism


NECSTouR and NIT are contributing as tourism experts in the European project CIVITAS DESTINATIONS ( aiming at addressing integrated measures on sustainable mobility for citizens and tourists in insular territories.

As such, we would like to map NECSTouR Members expertise and experiences in working with Sustainable Mobility in Tourism.