This webinar is part of a webinars' series on good management practices for the development of sustainable and responsible tourism in Mediterranean destinations. European Cyclists' Federation's Jesús Freire is giving a presentation titled "MEDCYCLETOUR Project - A successful transnational cooperation along the Mediterranean Region".
Starting from June 16th, the WINTER MED Project organises a series of webinars dedicated to good management practices for the development of sustainable and responsible tourism in Mediterranean destinations.
The Webinar on 24th June is organised with the WINTER MED associated partner CNTB. It focuses on the presentation of the EuroVelo 8 - Mediterranean Route MEDCYCLETOUR Project Good Practices as a tool that can be used in the development of regional and transnational action plans for the Mediterranean Islands. Jesús Freire from the European Cyclists' Federation and Ivana Karuza from CNTB, both MEDCYCLETOUR project partners, are speakers in this webinar.
WINTER MED Project
The WINTER MED project involves partners from 6 MED countries, led by the Association of Tuscan Municipalities and composed of an appropriate mix of public authorities, chambers of commerce, development agencies, sector research bodies and EU networks.
The project promotes the transition from the current over exploitation of insular tourist destinations during the summer to an alternative, sustainable, all-year round use of these territories, by delivering a transnational strategy and the tools for changing and upgrading one of the key sectors of the Mediterranean area. The project is built on the potential of capitalisation: analysing, assembling, adapting and testing available tools and methodologies to deliver a transnational strategy for the development of all-year round sustainable and responsible tourism in Mediterranean island destinations