SEEMORE pilot regions

All involved regions in the SEEMORE project are committed with the improvement of their environment through the reduction of private car usage and the promotion of the active modes and public transport.

 

Balearic Islands, Spain

  

The Balearic Islands are located in the western Mediterranean    sea. The economy of this popular tourism region relies since several decades on the tourism   sector, which accounts for around 60% of the regional GDP and attracts more   than 11 million visitors per year. Within the SEEMORE project, the region   will implement sustainable mobility measures for visitors in the tourist areas   of Calvià, Andratx, Son Servera i Sant Llorenç des Cardassar (Mallorca).

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Bohuslän, Sweden

  

The region of Bohuslän is visted by 300.000 visitors per annum which   mainly arrive by car and private boats. There is an extensive car use among   tourists within the region and a not very user-friendly public transport   system. Therefor the region of Bohuslän joint the SEEMORE project with the   objective to make it easier for the visitors to choose a more energy   efficient way to travel in and to the region.

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Madeira, Portugal

  

Madeira is visted by 1.5 million of visitors per   year. The majority of visitors arrive by plane, only one-third by cruise   liners. Tourists on the island find a lot of different public transport   operators but no coordination between them. Also there is a lack of   information in English and a need to improve the soft mobility modes. All   these problems will be faced within the SEEMORE project with the aim to   reduce the amount of car trips by 8%.

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Limassol, Cyprus

  

The Limassol district constitutes a cosmopolitan seaside destination   with around 3 million visitors per year, thus the economy of Limassol   district relies on the tourist sector. The SEEMORE project will coordinate   the key actors in Limassol region to cooperate closer and assists them to   identify and implement sustainable and energy-efficient transport modes   addressed to change the travel behaviour of visitors in the selected targeted   areas.

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Malta, Malta

  

Malta consists of three islands: Malta, Gozo   and Comino and has a total area of 316 km². 1,107,677 tourists visited the   islands of Malta   in 2010. Within SEEMORE it is the aim to define clear and sustainable   strategic goals towards energy efficiency mobility, to reduce car renting   among tourists and to increase public transport usage and bicycle renting.

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Pomerania, Poland

  

2.2 million people live in the region of Pomerania.   The region is rich in cultural and natural heritage and has a huge potential   for tourism and recreation. Main difficulties arise from the lack of data   about the structure of transport modes used by residents and visitors of the   coastal zone, the lack of awareness among visitors and residents concerning   sustainable mobility, as well as geographical, mental and organisational   barriers. SEEMORE will help to create a more sustainable transport system in   the region.

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Forli-Cesena, Italy

  

The Province of Forlì-Cesena is one of the 9 provinces of the   Emilia-Romagna Region and it includes 30 municipalities. The majority of   tourists arrive in towns along the Adriatic coast. The mobility challenges   within SEEMORE are to improve the public transport services and to implement   active mobility among visitors and the local population.

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Dobrich Bulgaria

  

The region of Dobrich is located in northeastern Bulgaria and is visted by   500,000 tourists per year. The resort faces the following problems regarding   the mobility of tourists: no traditions in mobility management, no public   transport, no cycling routes along the seaside. SEEMORE will facilitate the   development of appropriate public transport and soft mobility usage among   visitors and local population, promoting a shift from private cars to public   transport, cycling and walking.

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