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Sinis Marine Protected Area, a true Ecotourism experience
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The managers of the Protected Marine Area Penisola del Sinis - Isola di Mal di Ventre (Italy) have participated in the test phase for the preparation of a catalogue of ecotourism packages in Mediterranean protected areas as part of the EU-funded MEET project.
During two days and half, on 11-14 October 2014, a group of tourists were testing the activities planned by the young and enthusiastic team of the Cultour Cooperativa in Cabras with the aim to make tourism&environment more exciting and more sustainable in Sardegna as an alternative to the mass tourism in the Mediterranean coastline. The contrasting landscapes that unite the sea and the earth in the Peninsula Sinis fulfill this purpose by providing an intense experience with nature and culture.
The participants have walked along the basalt cliffs and the white beaches of glittering quartz exploring the many colours of the rocks shaped by water and wind, and they have discovered the ruins of ancient Tharros, founded by the Phoenicians in the 8th century BC. They have also biked around the inland lagoons and they have learnt about the art of fish processing and storing of top quality mullet Bottarga developed by the local communities since roman times. To complete this pilot package, it was included in the last stage of every day excursion a culinary experience in local restaurants and a cozy accommodation in local B&B for restoring the sleep.
One element that makes difference this ecotourism package in protected areas from other traditional ecotourism packages is the visitors have received key information about the important of the coastal dunes and lagoon ecosystems of this area. Moreover, they could visit the Marine Mammal Rescue Centre and discover the extraordinary care that is provided to the sea turtles that arrive sick or injured to the shore.
Other testing packages will be undergoing in October and November in the pilot protected areas of the MEET Project in order to create a first MEET catalogue of ecotourism package in Mediterranean protected areas.
The Mediterranean Experience of Ecotourism (MEET) project aims to improve the sustainability and the rationalization in distribution of the tourism sector in the Mediterranean region and is funded by the framework of cross-border cooperation within the European Neighborhood Policy Instrument (ENPI Med). This strategic project involves 10 countries of the Mediterranean: Italy, France, Spain, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, Malta, Cyprus, Greece and Tunisia.