The project aims to support the development of the Adriatic-Ionian ports through the identification of new routes and connections and to intensify the traffics of the small cruise ships and the luxury yachts, so as to foster territories still not exploited with regard to the cruise tourism.
New maritime routes for small cruises and maxi yachts will be identified, in connection with the existing tourist offer, involving the inland territories in an impactful way. Moreover, light infrastructure works will be carried out for all the ports of the system (Manfredonia, Barletta, Bari, Monopoli, Brindisi), Gallipoli and the port of Paxos in Greece.
Lead partner is AdSP MAM, in cooperation with the Port Authority, the Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Crafts and Agriculture of the Province of Bari, the Port Authority of Corfu, the Municipality of Gallipoli and the Municipality of Paxos.
Grand opening for Interreg Themis of the new tourist terminal at the port of Monopoli, scheduled on 7 September h. 11.00 in Monopoli. The agenda includes a press conference, in the presence of journalists that will be welcomed outside the terminal, in compliance with COVID-19 regulations....
Interreg Themis: an agreement to intensify the maritime traffic of small cruise ships and luxury yachts in Monopoli, Barletta and Paxos
The president of the Port System Authority of the Southern Adriatic Sea, Ugo Patroni Griffi, the deputy mayor of the Municipality of Barletta, Marcello Lanotte, and the delegate of the mayor of the Municipality of Monopoli, Stefano Lacatena, subscribed an agreement in order to develop a network of...
Kick-off meeting of Themis project: establishing a network of ports in the Adriatic Sea capable of attracting small luxury cruises
The kick-off meeting of THEMIS project "Territorial and Maritime Network Supporting the Small Cruises Development", funded for 2,700,00.00.euro by Interreg V-A Greece-Italy Programme, was held on 25 of september at the cruise terminal of the port of Bari. Lead partner is AdSP MAM, in...