MEDUSA: Development and Promotion of Mediterranean Sustainable Adventure Tourism
Tourism in the Mediterranean is a key driver for socio-economic progress and a major income source for many of its countries. Some of the sectorial challenges lie within the predominance of mass seaside tourism and the seasonality of the industry.
MEDUSA project tackles these challenges via targeted cross-border interventions to develop and promote Adventure Tourism (AT) as a sustainable niche in the tourism market that provides the opportunity to reveal less known destinations and attract tourists throughout the whole year.
MEDUSA project is co-financed by the European Union under the European Neighborhood Instrument cross-border cooperation programme “Mediterranean Sea Basin” 2014-2020 (ENI CBC MED).
The Countries involved in MEDUSA are Spain, Jordan, Lebanon, Tunisia, Italy and the leader is Barcelona Chamber. The Duration of this project is From September 1st 2019 to August 31st 2022 with a global Budget of € 3,317,314
Tenders and documents are available here in the related documents section.
How to apply
René Moawad Foundation (RMF) invites you to send your proposals by email to email@example.com or in sealed envelopes to be sent to our premises in Achrafieh.