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Sea salt harvesting is probably Malta’s oldest industry dating back to Roman times and becoming increasingly popular in the Mediterranean, but especially during the time of the Knights of St. John.

Hikers and lovers of alternative tourism will now be able to hike in a unique ecosystem of rare biodiversity in South Messinia, Greece. It is a riverside path that was revived in the geographical area...

Vransko Lake is the largest lake in Croatia and the only large swamp in the Mediterranean part of Croatia. It is a habitat for four bird species endangered in Europe and seven bird species endangered...

Large whales or fin whales (Balaenoptera physalus), two protected species, have recently been seen while playing in the Adriatic Sea. The last time they were spotted in the Adriatic Sea was three...

Within the testing activities of the INHERIT project and on the occasion of the 145th anniversary of the Institute of the Agriculture and Tourism (IPTO), in the forest of St. Mark, biodiversity...

While the Covid-19 epidemic is having a strong impact on the world economy, the tourism sector has been confronted with an unprecedented situation in recent weeks. In this context, the...

The City of Marseille, assisted by the French Committee of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), adopted in autumn 2019 its local and partnership strategy for land and marine...

The Municipality of Kalavryta is developing a digital platform to highlight and digitize all local assets of historical, cultural and natural interest

Since the beginning of lockdown in France, in the Calanques National Park, the agents have been able to notice a more frequent and important presence of animal species that were discreet until then...

The Croatian Ministry of Tourism held an Infoday within the INHERIT project on the island of Lošinj, Croatia, in cooperation with Mali Lošinj Tourist Board, the Ministry of Environment and Energy, The...