We organized two educational tours on the Mont’e Prama Sculpture Complex and the Sinis Peninsula in Sardinia. With the contribution of journalists, tour operators and artists, we explored the Sinis territory, from Tharros to the beach of Is Arutas; and the museums that preserve the statues of Mont’e Prama, the G. Marongiu Museum in Cabras and the Archaeological Museum of Cagliari. A full immersion in the landscape and culture of the area with the aim of studying and creating new tourist itineraries to promote the area.
The purpose of the educational tour is to promote knowledge of the Sinis destination and its potential; to offer training opportunities through the heritage of Mont’e Prama; and to create new possibilities of fruition and knowledge. In addition, it seeks to encourage actions that contribute to the creation of educational and tourism promotion courses aimed at meeting supply and demand.
This tool is useful and effective for the promotion of the competitive potential of tourist destinations, to re-position them on national and international markets, as well as for the identification and selection of potential demand targets within the framework of sustainable tourism development, also taking into account the different types of targets.
The educational tours took place on September 16 and 17, and 27 and 28, 2019. Among the participants, the journalist Luca Attanasio, the photographer Alessandro Credo, the General Secretary of the Cammini d’Europa Association Federico Massimo Ceschin, the tour operator dedicated to tourism by motorbike In an Island, Dolce Vita Bike tours (bicycle touring), the playwright Francesco Toscani (finalist of the Hystrio scritture di scena award 2019), and the Around The Walk project by Pietro Vertamy and Ilaria Di Biagio, an itinerant landscape laboratory which blends different forms of art with the creation of itineraries to be covered exclusively on foot.
Take a look through the galleries: