Sustainable management of protected areas through bioclimate resources and outdoor comfort tourism - COM4Tour
In addition to monitoring visitors and bioclimatic parameters in protected areas of the Danube region, the objective is to prepare a study on visitor tracking to contribute to the better and more sustainable management of protected areas.
The project will be applied under the INTERREG V-B Danube Transnational Programme, financed by the European Regional Development Fund. The aim of this project is to create a visitor tracking methodology in all protected areas of the Danube region through the tracking of visitors and with the help of the most modern tracking technology. In each protected area, a mobile meteorological station will also be installed to calculate the bioclimatic index which will later facilitate guidelines for the best possible organisation of activities in the area. A case study of each area based on all analyses will be produced and small-scale infrastructure procured (information panels, interpretation panels, benches, waste containers, viewpoints, solar chargers for mobile phones, etc.), contributing directly to the quality of the visit experience and the sustainability of the destination.
Znanstvenoraziskovalni center Slovenske akademije znanosti in umetnosti (ZRC SAZU)
Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg
CEEweb a Biológiai Sokféleségért
Centrul Pentru Arii Protejate și Dezvoltare Durabilă Bihor
Administration Nature Park “Vrachanski Balkan”
Visit GoodPlace d.o.o.
Slovenská agentúra životného prostredia
Javna ustanova Kamenjak
Javno preduzeće „Nacionalni park Fruška gora“
Regional Park Škocjan Caves
Institute for Nature Conservation of Vojvodina Province RS, SERBIA