For the first time the IACC is collaborating with the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Tourism of Italy for the project called Signa Maris, aimed to promote cultural and natural offerings of the Southern Italy via its ports, particularly those ports in the Regions of Calabria, Campania, Puglia (Apulia) and Sicilia (Sicily).
The project Signa Maris interprets the marinas located along the Italian coast as gateways to the territory, and invites tourists traveling by boat to avail themselves of the cultural and natural heritage within easy reach of any given touristic port.
Several presentations of the project are planned in different international cities by the network of the Italian Chambers in the World.
On Wednesday, November 4th the IACC will organize an event in an upscale Italian restaurant located in the prestigious luxury mall Mary Brickell Village in Miami in order to present the project Signa Maris to travel press and tour operators but not only.
See the video presentation of the project here
More information here: www.signamaris.com
– This initiative has been financed within the Interregional Operative Program “Attrattori culturali, naturali e turismo” 2007-2013 with community resources coming from the European Regional Development Fund;
– The initiative has been promoted from the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Tourism – Secretary General – Intermediate Organis PoIn “Attrattori culturali, naturali e turismo”- Line II.2.1, within the frame of the project named “Promozione, promo-commercializzazione e sensibilizzazione di aree di attrazione culturale delle regioni convergenza anche con vie di accesso aeroportuali minori”;
– This specify initiative is aimed to promote the territories “Polo Montagne Blu” and relative touristic itineraries.