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  • Molise, a small charming region in the center of Italy, is a trove of environmental, archaeological and architectural treasures.
  • The Province of Bari – known as the “coast of the Trulli” – is an ideal showcase of the remarkable heritage that the Apulia region has to offer.
  • In Abruzzo a vast natural park, the largest in Southern Europe, aims to safeguard the highest peaks of the Apennine mountain range as well as wide portions of the 130-km long coast, punctuated by sand, dunes and cliffs.
  • The Apennines on one side, the Adriatic coast on the other, and, in between, a sea of gentle hills dotted by historic villages protected by imposing walls: this is the Marche region.
  • The Adriatic coast offers an endless number of delights to the curious cultural tourist, from the roads leading to ancient fortified towns to the original homes of famous artists, musicians and poets.
  • Splendid mosaics, a wonderful historical, artistic and archaeological heritage, spectacular events and exceptional cultural programs make Ravenna a unique destination in the world.
  • Not far from Venice, the Veneto region offers to visitors the chance to embark on a unique journey across a wealth of historical towns of unparalleled cultural charm and natural appeal.
  • In the Veneto region treasures of inestimable value lie inside the historic walls that surround ancient villages.
  • Friuli Venezia Giulia is a region located between the mountains and the sea on the Italian North-Eastern border. To this day it still preserves its original character of undisputable charm as a crossroads of people, cultures and history.
  • The Slovenian part of Istra is an hidden jewel into the heart of Europe. As early as the 13th century Portorose was a famed thermal center and today it is a modern tourist destination.
  • The preservation of nature and the traditional architectural heritage have turned the ethno-eco villages on the island of Hvar - Velo and MaloGrablje, Zarace, Brusje, Male Rudine and Humac - into protected cultural areas.
  • Travelers looking to spend some time in nature will find in Herzegovina and its rocky lands an exciting destination, beautiful views and unforgettable experiences.
  • If one were to describe the European country of Montenegro with only two words, those words would certainly be “mountain” and “sea”.
  • Lezha was the residence of Queen Teuta and King Gent who owned the finest Liburnian ships sailing across the ancient Mediterranean Sea.
Quello che mi convince di più dell’Adriatico, più dell’azzurro sempre diverso del mare, più delle coste dorate e delle città bianche di pietre è la presenza costante e intensa degli uomini.
L’uomo è quello che invade di case colorate e viti le basse colline di Kallmet, pesca con i trabocchi a Vasto, riempie di voci i vicoli di Polignano a Mare e corre sui carri di legno tirati da buoi in onore di San Leo a S. Martino in Pensilis. È l’umanità umile e serena dell’Adriatico a renderlo un posto unico: la determinazione di Beniamino Loglisci che da più di 50 anni porta avanti con passione la tradizione dei fischietti Cola Cola a Gravina di Puglia, unica testimonianza diretta di quello che resta della coroplastica magnogreca; l’entusiasmo di Matteo che, nel laboratorio dei F.lli Muccillo a S. Martino in Pensilis, prepara secondo la ricetta tradizionale la Pampanella, prodotto a marchio De.Co., deliziosa carne di maiale cotta in forno con peperoncino; la maestria dei suonatori di gusla a Lehza, che ricavano complesse melodie utilizzando solo le due corde del loro antichissimo strumento, derivato dalla lira bizantina e l’orgoglio del popolo vastese per la tradizionale ricetta del Brodetto alla Vastese, pesci di scoglio e molluschi sapientemente abbinati in enormi cocci di terracotta.
Quello che resta di un viaggio in queste terre ha il verde intenso degli oliveti, la maestosità dei castelli, la bellezza dei rosoni scolpiti delle chiese e la forza degli uomini al lavoro. 

Alessandra Capocefalo è uno dei giornalisti/bloggers che hanno partecipato al “Cross Border Educational Tour” organizzato da Adristorical Lands dal 27 marzo al 1° aprile 2014.

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The “Adristorical Lands” project aims to endorse a new form of sustainable tourism through the promotion of the remarkable but largely unknown attractions to be found along the Adriatic coast.

Historical villages, walled-in towns, imposing palaces and centuries-old theatres are only some examples of the cultural heritage of the Adriatic coasts that deserve to be discovered and appreciated in full.

New forms of tourism are on the rise that open up significant economic and cultural opportunities for the coastal areas of the Adriatic Sea: Adristorical Lands intends to focus specifically on this potential, that will be promoted through the creation of new tourist itineraries celebrating the cultural and natural assets of the Adriatic coast.

Adristorical Lands events

Al via il Primo Workshop di formazione “Adristorical Lands”

Ancona, Mole Vanvitelliana - 8-9 Aprile 2014

Four destinations in six days. A journey through the wonders of the Adriatic

March 27th to April 1st - Cross Border Educational Tour

1st International Conference on Quality in Tourism

Thursday, 20th of March 2014,
Museo delle Genti d’Abruzzo” Auditorium “Petruzzi”
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The project is co-funded by the European Union,
Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance
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