EUROTOUR HERITAGE
A participative approach for the improvement of
rural cultural tourism and eco-tourism

2nd European Eco...
Eurotour Heritage

Developing a participatory
approach

Sustainable tourism projects suppose
 A high quality offer throug...
Key words of the
methodology
 Viability: active participation of local stakeholders
 Participatory Heritage Workshops
 ...
Professional network: improving and
applying expertise

Greece

France

 Upgrading the diagnostic of the regional assets ...
Participatory Heritage
Workshops
 Working group of local public and private
stakeholders

 Objective: design of a rural ...
3 Steps of the PHW
 Territorial analysis:
Gathering knowledge and
diagnostic
 Making choices: Strategy
and quality stand...
PHW - Vaucluse « Haute-Nesque – Pays de Sault » /
France

A one year process
10 to 20 persons
5 workshops
A facilitator an...
Involving young future
professionals: the European
Campuses
What is a campus?




a multi-disciplinary international fie...
Creation of an ecomuseum for the Monts
de Vaucluse area – France, Provence
Setting up of a new cultural, educative and
ec...
Espace 1
The Dry
stone Room
Interactive
map
Making the best of participative methods
and networking:
 Improvement of sustainable local economy
 Consolidation of pub...
Participatory approach: A way to improve
the benefits provided by
Certification Programs and Standards
Waiting for you at the final
seminar May 2014 - Mallorca!

APARE
www.apare-gec.org
EUROTOUR HERITAGE: A participative approach for the improvement of  rural cultural tourism and eco-tourism
EUROTOUR HERITAGE: A participative approach for the improvement of  rural cultural tourism and eco-tourism
EUROTOUR HERITAGE: A participative approach for the improvement of  rural cultural tourism and eco-tourism
EUROTOUR HERITAGE: A participative approach for the improvement of  rural cultural tourism and eco-tourism
EUROTOUR HERITAGE: A participative approach for the improvement of  rural cultural tourism and eco-tourism
EUROTOUR HERITAGE: A participative approach for the improvement of  rural cultural tourism and eco-tourism
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EUROTOUR HERITAGE: A participative approach for the improvement of rural cultural tourism and eco-tourism

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Author: Isabelle Trinquelle (PRISMA Centre for Development Studies)
Presentation for Topic 1: Improving the Benefits provided by Certification Programs and Standards
2nd European Ecotourism Conference
23-25 October 2013, Romania

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EUROTOUR HERITAGE: A participative approach for the improvement of rural cultural tourism and eco-tourism

  1. 1. EUROTOUR HERITAGE A participative approach for the improvement of rural cultural tourism and eco-tourism 2nd European Ecotourism conf. - Brasov Romania - 23 oct. 2013
  2. 2. Eurotour Heritage Developing a participatory approach Sustainable tourism projects suppose  A high quality offer through certification programs  A territorial approach through networking and participation Through participatory approach, tourism project can:  Fit to the competences and the need of the local socioeconomic stakeholders  Community benefit  Preserve local heritage, as territorial assets for tourism  Natural and cultural heritage benefit  Comfort viability and guaranty for tourism businesses  Tourism business benefit
  3. 3. Key words of the methodology  Viability: active participation of local stakeholders  Participatory Heritage Workshops  Sustainability: Involving young people in the development of sustainable tourism  European Volunteer Campuses  Quality: improving and applying expertise  Cross-expertise
  4. 4. Professional network: improving and applying expertise Greece France  Upgrading the diagnostic of the regional assets for rural tourism  Network of tourism businesses in the region of Olympus-Kissavos  Promotion of tourism and local products abroad
  5. 5. Participatory Heritage Workshops  Working group of local public and private stakeholders  Objective: design of a rural tourism product based on heritage  Promotor/animator: business, NGO, local public organisation,…
  6. 6. 3 Steps of the PHW  Territorial analysis: Gathering knowledge and diagnostic  Making choices: Strategy and quality standards  Action program: Build on a tourism offer
  7. 7. PHW - Vaucluse « Haute-Nesque – Pays de Sault » / France A one year process 10 to 20 persons 5 workshops A facilitator and 2 experts  Project of an Ecomuseum    
  8. 8. Involving young future professionals: the European Campuses What is a campus?   a multi-disciplinary international field-based workshop giving a helping hand to a territory Why?   Campuses are about awareness-raising and training of young people living in rural areas Campuses are about providing intelligence on a voluntary basis to support a local project How?     a multi-disciplinary team of 10-15 international students and/or young professionals an assignment, corresponding to a local need 3-4 weeks of field visits, meetings and research: experiencing a real-life professional situation tangible achievements and public presentation
  9. 9. Creation of an ecomuseum for the Monts de Vaucluse area – France, Provence Setting up of a new cultural, educative and ecotouristic tourist project Proposal for an ecomuseum
  10. 10. Espace 1
  11. 11. The Dry stone Room
  12. 12. Interactive map
  13. 13. Making the best of participative methods and networking:  Improvement of sustainable local economy  Consolidation of public and private support for sustainable use of cultural and natural heritage  Community support for expanding tourism projects in rural areas  methodology guide
  14. 14. Participatory approach: A way to improve the benefits provided by Certification Programs and Standards
  15. 15. Waiting for you at the final seminar May 2014 - Mallorca! APARE www.apare-gec.org

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