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With the synergy of the public and private sector in Pazin, united in creating a new tourist offer

first_imgAll interested stakeholders from the area of ​​the City of Pazin and the narrower part of the Central Istria Tourist Board gathered in Pazin to work together to determine what makes Pazin unique. Workshops were held with the aim of designing a four-day tourist itinerary, and this is the next step in the implementation of the I-Archeo.S project.Namely, in January this year, the European project I-Archeo.S started. worth 1.176.243 euros, which includes six partners, the Abruzzo region, Teatro Marche from Ancona and Teatro Pubblico Pugliese from Italy and the City of Pazin, the Poreč Public Open University and the City of Crikvenica from Croatia. All six partners committed to work on the valorization of natural and cultural heritage and sustainable economic development by June 2019, when the project is implemented, with the aim of creating a concrete, innovative and sustainable tourist product, all outside the tourist season.The workshops were attended by all interested stakeholders from the area of ​​the city of Pazin from various cultural and tourist sectors, both public and private, who applied for the Public Invitation. During the two-day workshops, the workshops aimed to introduce the stakeholders to the I-Archeo.S project and to start designing a four-day thematic itinerary as well as forming a public-private cluster.At the beginning, the participants were introduced to the strategic guidelines for the development of tourism in Central Istria and the analysis of territories: special features of the territory, benchmarking and existing offers. On the first day, in addition to presenting the offer of stakeholders, they discussed the numerous, but still insufficiently recognized advantages of Pazin and how to make the best use of them. The second day for the workshop participants included the task of devising several topics for a tourist itinerary, which was then analyzed. The formation of the cluster and the design of the thematic itinerary will be worked on until the next workshop, which will be held in July and during which cooperation agreements will be signed.The new tourism product will be presented to tour operators in February 2019 to get acquainted with their content as well as the mobile application that will be realized within the project and which will serve as a form of promotion of Pazin tourism and a new itinerary. At the next workshop, to be held from 9 to 11 July, stakeholders will define the final thematic tourism itinerary. All those interested in participating can still get involved by responding to the invitation that will be published on the website of the City of Pazin.Get involved, because only with the synergy of the public and private sector can we achieve success, and they are well aware of that in Istria.last_img read more

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Dare County Beach Nourishment Projects on Display Today

first_imgThe Town of Kill Devil Hills will today, July 26, hold a public meeting on the ongoing beach nourishment projects in the County of Dare.According to the town, the public update meeting on the northern Dare beach nourishment projects is set to start at 1:00 p.m. in the Meeting Room at the Administration Building, 102 Town Hall Drive, off Colington Road.Officials from Great Lakes Dredge and Dock, APTIM coastal engineering firm, and state and local representatives will be present to provide general updates on the project schedule and progression.GLDD was awarded the $38 million Dare County Beach Nourishment Project back in 2016. During the works, approximately 4 million cubic yards of sand will be dredged and pumped on shore to replenish the coast in towns of Duck, Kitty Hawk, and Kill Devil Hills.The company has already completed the Duck portion of the project, which started in May 2017, and is putting finishing touches in the town of Kill Devil Hills.GLDD is planning to complete the entire project by this fall.last_img read more