FARNET
Fisheries Areas Network

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  • Northern North Friesland FLAG

    16/05/2017
    - FLAG Factsheet
    The fisheries area “Nordfriesland Nord” is located on the west coast of Schleswig-Holstein, just under 20 km from the Danish border. It is a rural region with a strong tourism sector. In the immediate vicinity of the FLAG lie the North Frisian Islands of Sylt, Föhr and Amrum and the numerous Hallig islands (tidal islands).
  • Animation for a stronger community bond with the aquaculture sector

    11/05/2017
    - Good Practice Method
    FLAG animation activities on a local fish farm have encouraged fish consumption, raised environmental awareness and launched new forms of local fish sales in the community.
  • EcoExplorer, marine mammal observation in the Algarve

    11/05/2017
    - Good Practice Project
    André, miembro de una familia tradicionalmente dedicada a la pesca, pensó que ya iba siendo hora de innovar en la forma de utilizar el mar. Algo que finalmente logró organizando recorridos turísticos para descubrir el entorno marino de su pueblo, Ferragudo (Portugal), un enclave de pesca tradicional. Hoy comparte su pasión y sus conocimientos sobre el entorno local con los turistas de la región.
  • Cabo Peñas FLAG

    18/04/2017
    - FLAG Factsheet
    The FLAG territory is situated in the middle of the Asturian coastline in Northern Spain with Cape (“Cabo”) Peñas as a remarkable landmark in the area. In the 19th century the canning industry experienced a boom in the coastal cities of Candás and Luanco. Nowadays, the fishing industry has very much declined and the predominantly small scale fleet has been reduced to around 70 vessels and is still decreasing.
  • Brest FLAG

    11/04/2017
    - FLAG Factsheet
    The FLAG area is located on the western tip of the Brittany peninsula, covering a range of urban, rural and coastal environments. Its important urban centre, the Brest Metropolis is home to the second biggest military port in France. However, with over 600 km of coastline, the area is overwhelmingly defined by its maritime identity.
  • Ese-Entrecabos FLAG

    11/04/2017
    - FLAG Factsheet
    The Entrecabos area covers two municipalities, located in the centre of the Asturian region and between (“entre”) two capes (“cabos”) that serve as prominent landmarks in the territory. The area is steeped in maritime and cultural heritage as well as natural resources. Unfortunately, these characteristics are not widely known.
  • Larnaca FLAG

    10/04/2017
    - FLAG Factsheet
    The FLAG area consists of six municipalities and 11 communities. It covers the districts of Larnaca and Famagusta in the eastern part of Cyprus and represents 5.6% of the total area and 19.5% of the total coastline of the country. Fishing is an important activity in the area, with 4.3% of its workforce employed in the primary sector, 67% of which work in fishing.
  • Costa da Morte FLAG

    07/04/2017
    - FLAG Factsheet
    The name of the coastal area of Costa da Morte (“Coast of Death”) refers to its partly rough and rocky shoreline. In between, the coastline which offers attractive beaches and areas of high environmental value. The FLAG has twelve small harbours which generate crucial employment for their immediate surroundings.
  • Jammerbugt FLAG

    07/04/2017
    - FLAG Factsheet
    Jammerbugt is situated in the north of the Jutland peninsula. Coastal fishing boats from the Jammerbugt area mostly operatie in the Thorup Strand (Skagerrak). At the Limfjord side of the FLAG area there are several communities with small ports which function mainly as bases for recreational fishing. There are many activities related to tourism in the wider coastal area.
  • Danish Small Islands - Småøerne FLAG

    07/04/2017
    - FLAG Factsheet
    The Småøerne FLAG covers 11 islands scattered throughout the seas around Denmark. This is an important change as the FLAG previously covered all 27 islands of the Småøerne LEADER LAG. However, due to budget cuts for CLLD funding and an area reduction as outlined in the fisheries Operational Programme, the FLAG now focuses on specially designated areas experiencing both a decline in population and a decrease in fisheries employment.