As part of the MEDUSA project’s activities to enhance adventure tourism products and experiences in the Mediterranean, the project is launching “the Mediterranean sub-grant Adventure Tourism Competition” in 5 countries: Spain, Lebanon, Italy, Jordan and Tunisia.
The Competition’s purpose is two-fold: first, to catalyze the creation of new innovative and quality tourism products and experiences, as well as upgrading existing products that will increase interest in the Mediterranean as a sustainable Adventure Tourism destination; second, to increase the visibility and attractiveness of lesser-known destinations, decreasing seasonality and balancing the distribution of income in the participating territories.
Interested applicants must submit their Concept Notes by December 1, 2021.
The EU-funded MEDUSA project aims to tackle the challenges faced by the Mediterranean tourism sector (growing competition, deterioration of the political and security situation, etc) via targeted and inter-related capacity building and cross-border interventions to develop and promote adventure tourism in the region.
It contributes to job creation and income for local communities in the medium and long term. Moreover, the project has the potential to reveal lesser-known destinations and attract tourists throughout the year.
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