TOURISMED

“Fishing Tourism for a Sustainable tourism
development in the Mediterranean area”

 

TOURISMED is a project aimed at testing and transferring a fishing tourism business model in the coastal territories of Italy, Cyprus, Greece, Albania, France and Spain as a way to promote a sustainable approach to tourism, while fostering the preservation of the marine ecosystem and the traditional fishing culture of the MED region. 

 

 

Check our Official Platform and App Launch!

News

Our FishingTourism App is now available!

We are proud to present our Euromed Guide to Mediterranean Fishing Tourism, a MED region map of all the basic info about the vessels that took part to our project.

Our experience in Greece is captured in some impressive footage of our pilot trips as well as Virtual Reality Videos used for promotional purposes.

The local event held in Puglia on July 11th was a success and it led to all relevant local actors coming together to sign a MoU towards the institution of a local branch of a fishing tourism...

On July 8th e 9th the Steering Committee met in Trabia for the last project meeting, to discuss the details of the constitution of the Fishing Tourism Mediterrenean Association and to hold the Final...

Project budget

2100000

euros

focus

The areas involved in the project face the common challenge of finding new solutions for the worrying depletion of marine resources, the decline of the artisanal fishing sector and the negative impacts of tourism such as social dislocation, loss of cultural heritage and ecological degradation. As a response, the project objective is to promote fishing tourism as a sustainable coastal and maritime tourism practice in the MED area. Expected changes concern an improved use of resources by artisanal fisheries, a diversification of income in the sector and a better valorization of coastal traditional heritage and local seafood.

Our tools & strategies

An online tool will vehiculate information on the proposed model, as well as provide examples of previous trips and experiences of other tourists.