On 28 and 29 November, Catania hosted the fifth transnational meeting of the LandSea project, the first at which all seven partners were physically present.

The Med.O.R.O. scarl organized an intense “two days” attended by the leader Petra Patrimonia (Corsica-France) and the other partners MCE (Greece), Fabbrica Ambiente Rurale Maremma (Italy), Universidad de Zaragoza (Spain), AVA Creations Foundation (Bulgaria) and PCX Computers & Information Systems LTD (Cyprus).

The first day was dedicated to verifying the state of the art of the various outputs envisaged by the project and in particular two work sessions were dedicated to the exhibition and “prevalidation” of the Discovery Tours linked to the typical “land and sea” features that each partner has developed as well as the description of the participatory paths for building the tours that the partners have followed involving their mentors, stakeholders and experts. Another important part of the work was dedicated to verifying and updating the e-learning platform which will make the various tools created by the project interactively usable, i.e. the training path and the methodological guide including the proposals of the tours. Overall, an excellent correspondence between the results obtained so far and the objectives was noted in terms of quality and timing.

After a careful examination of the various “transversal activities” of the project, on the second day, the partners participated in a sort of “educational tour” focused on the city of Syracuse, which represents one of the stages of the Discovery Tour designed by Med.O.R.O. In particular, the day developed through a strictly cultural moment, with the guided tour of Neapolis and the island of Ortigia, and one of a food and wine nature, with the tasting of some typical specialities of the area. All the partners expressed great satisfaction with the success of the meeting and now… the

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Group photo at the Neapolis in Syracuse

During the first day’s work in Catania

Syracuse: the seafront of Ortigia

Syracuse: typical products for tasting

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