Great success for the transnational workshop and fair of QNeST project held last 27 June in Lecce.
Quality members and stakeholders from project territories (Puglia, Marche, Veneto, Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Greece) had the opportunity to meet each other and to exchange information. They shared a common vision for a sustainable ad quality tourism in the Adriatic Ionian Macro Region and co-designed potential routes and transnational itineraries based on themes such as water, olive oil and wine, stones and travellers, merchants and pilgrims. All the itineraries pay attention to the project drivers: valorization of cultural heritage and preservation of an environmental sustainability, promotion and strenghtening of social well-being and accessible services, valorization of the mediterranean diet.
QNeST members, visitors and partner representatives had also the opportunity to visit local quality stakeholders through the first testing of QNeST routes. Excursions regarded: the Olive Oil Museum (Museo dell’Arte Olearea Ubaldo Villani), the accessible terrace on the sea of the project Io Posso as best practice, the typical bio-farm Masseria Cinque Santi; a tour in ancient Lecce with “historical characters”; the visits to wineries and wine museum of the quality members Feudi di Guagnano and Castello Monaci.
Following a video (in Italian language) and galleries of the QNeST initiatives:
Ecco il resoconto dell'evento Turismo Adriatico-Ionico di Qualità – Il Workshop QNeST, che si è svolto il 27 giugno presso la Biblioteca Studium 2000 dell'Università del Salento. Ringraziamo tutti i partner del progetto QNeST, la prof.ssa Anna Trono, Angelo Mingiano, Chiara Civino, Simone Palma, per aver accolto BTM, Nevio e Mary Roberta nella squadra. #btm2020 #qnest
Pubblicato da BTM su Lunedì 1 luglio 2019
Transnational Workshop and fair – gallery
Adriatic Route – Nature and Accessibility – gallery
Ancient Lecce – gallery
Adriatic Route – The Wine Path – gallery