FARNET
Fisheries Areas Network

Tourism

  • From Denmark to the Rhodopes: bringing fisheries closer to citizens

    26/04/2021
    - Basic page
    After a study visit to Fyn FLAG in Denmark, a fishers’ association member was inspired to adapt one of the Danish projects to his area’s needs. The project aims to boost tourism and improve local knowledge of fisheries heritage.
  • From Denmark to the Rhodopes: bringing fisheries closer to citizens

    16/04/2021
    - Good Practice Project
    After a study visit to Fyn FLAG in Denmark, a fishers’ association member was inspired to adapt one of the Danish projects to his area’s needs. The project aims to boost tourism and improve local knowledge of fisheries heritage.
  • Coop to Coast project: European and Turkish Cooperation for the Development of Coastal Territories

    06/04/2021
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    On 16 December 2020, the transnational cooperation EU-Turkey Coops to Coast held its final capitalisation event, organised by the Black Sea Science Technology and Culture Association and Haliéus Italy (leading partners).
  • Autumn Passages 2020: promoting fisheries in the old city of Nessebar

    02/03/2021
    - Good Practice Project
    Die bulgarische Stadt Nessebar hat im Jahr 2020 erstmals das Festival „Herbstpassagen“ veranstaltet. Das breit gefächerte Programm für Einheimische und Touristen diente in erster Linie zur Werbung für Fischerzeugnisse vom Schwarzen Meer, für die Fischerei als Beruf und für den Schutz des maritimen Erbes.
  • Creating a new tourist destination based on recreational fishing

    06/01/2021
    - Basic page
    Despite experiencing environmental strain, the Limfjord has an abundance of sea trout. This species is very attractive to anglers. A FLAG-LAG cooperation project addresses local economic and environmental goals by creating a new tourist location based on recreational fishing.
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    GR - FLAG Cooperation in Greece

    16/12/2020
    - Cooperation MS Fiche
    Cooperation is strongly encouraged in Greece and the proposal of at least one (inter-territorial or transnational) cooperation project was a compulsory element of the application process for candidate FLAGs to receive EMFF funding. Some of the themes emerging most strongly from the Greek local development strategies include cooperation around tourism, thematic trails (e.g. around gastronomy, archaeology…) and diving parks.
  • Creating a new tourist destination based on recreational fishing

    16/12/2020
    - Good Practice Project
    Der Limfjord in Dänemark ist trotz erheblicher Umweltbelastungen reich an Meerforellen, einer für Angler sehr attraktiven Fischart. Mehrere FLAG und LAG in der Region haben ein Kooperationsprojekt zur Etablierung eines neuen Tourismusziels für die Freizeitfischerei in Angriff genommen, das sowohl ökonomischen als auch ökologischen Zielen gerecht wird.
  • Cooperation for supporting marine tourism businesses by fisheries families

    15/12/2020
    - Basic page
    The ‘Mar das Illas’ cooperation project sees three FLAGs in the Pontevedra province working together to support local fishers and families in their entrepreneurial efforts focused on marine and pesca-tourism.
  • Cooperation for supporting marine tourism businesses by fisheries families

    09/12/2020
    - Good Practice Project
    The ‘Mar das Illas’ cooperation project sees three FLAGs in the Pontevedra province working together to support local fishers and families in their entrepreneurial efforts focused on marine and pesca-tourism.
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    FR - FLAG Cooperation in France

    07/12/2020
    - Cooperation MS Fiche
    Cooperation is strongly encouraged by the programme authorities in France and FLAGs were required to lay out their plans for cooperation within their local development strategies in their bid to gain EMFF funding. In some cases, cooperation is viewed as a transversal tool to strengthen the impact of all areas of FLAG work and, in other cases, cooperation is programmed as an area of work in its own right with specific objectives.