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In@natura - bridleways: connecting structures and tourist enhancement in the Cormor valley
Start date: Jan 31, 2004, End date: May 30, 2007 PROJECT  FINISHED 

Also on the basis of other experiences in the field of naturalistic resources enhancement, the project intends to provide tourists in the cross-border area with new entertainment opportunities by means of itineraries that can be enjoyed on foot, by bicycle, mountain bike or on horseback. Specifically, In@natura is a naturalistic track winding across the wilderness for around thirty km, along the Cormor stream in the municipalities of Tavagnacco, Pagnacco, Tricesimo, Colloredo di Monte Albano, Cassacco, Treppo Grande and Buja. This project also connects to the Slovenian area comprised between Bovec and Tolmino, where another waterway - Isonzo-Soča - joins together green landscapes, rich in ancient cultural and eno-gastronomic traditions. Secondary roads are made available to users in a context of environment-friendly tourism, through the creation of non-invasive and ecological infrastructures. Along the track riding schools, farmhouse accommodations and farms are to be found where tourist can rest, eat and buy typical produce. In order to enhance the use of rural spaces on the part of the two communities and promote this route, the project envisages the publication and distribution of brochures, a DVD and the creation of a website, the organisation of workshops and the participation to fairs and promotional events in Italy and Slovenia. Lastly, the project aims at establishing a permanent network of contacts among the partners to encourage greater economic and tourist development in the areas of reference.
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