ATLANTICGEOPARKS organises the web conference “Geotourism for Sustainability”
On the agenda are topics such as the importance of international networks and geotourism strategies for the territorial development
On November 5, takes place the final web conference of the Atlantic Geoparks project. This conference, under the theme "Atlantic Geoparks – Geotourism for Sustainability" aims to present not only the results of this project, but also to discuss the growing importance of geotourism in the development of territories.
To participate in this online conference, through the Zoom platform, go to https://bit.ly/37Kd2wb
The Atlantic Geoparks project is co-funded by the EU Interreg Atlantic Area programme. The project aims to forge new tourism links along a defined Atlantic route through highlighting the common interests and heritage of the destinations along the route.
Published on: 2020-10-30
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