The PHOENICIANS' ROUTE has been awarded with the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 logo for the following activities:
“Opening event Ancient Mediterranean Days 2018”
Castelvetrano (TP) – Sicily
Kick-off Meeting XI Euro-Mediterranean Dialogue on the Phoenicians’ Route “Heritage and dialogue between past and present”. International Workshop “2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage”. In collaboration with the Rotary Club of Castelvetrano – Valle del Belìce.
Castiglion Fiorentino – Cortona (AR) – Tuscany
Students of the Escola d’Art d’Eivissa, twinned with high school IISS of Castiglion Fiorentino, will make an intercultural travel to discover the Etruscan civilization in Tuscany.
“Olive Oil Museum Network in the Mediterranean”
Selinunte – Castelvetrano (TP) – Sicily
Palermo, Gibellina, Mozia/Marsala, Agrigento, Selinunte/Castelvetrano, Erice – Sicily
Students of the College Cours Bastide of Marseilles (France) will make an intercultural travel to discover the Phoenicians’ Route in Sicily.
Palermo, Cefalù, Monreale, Mozia, Agrigento, Selinunte, Erice – Sicily
Students of the Suore Marcelline Institute of Milan (Italy) will make an intercultural travel to discover the Phoenicians’ Route in Sicily.
“Plein Air Camper Tour 2018 on the Phoenicians’ Route in Sicily”
Erice, Mozia, Marsala, Selinunte/Castelvetrano, Sambuca di Sicilia, Agrigento, Santa Croce Camerina, Modica, Ragusa, Siracusa, Letojanni, Etna Vulcan, Cefalù, Palermo – Sicily
A media campaign through a tour in stages to discover and launch a new SmartWay in Sicily, coming into contact with the true and authentic Sicilian identity, consisting of endless facets of cultures, traditions, landscapes and gastronomy. The proposal is carried out in collaboration with various operators of experiential and creative tourism. Partners of the initiative: Sicilian Region, Confesercenti Assocamping, PleinAir Magazine.
MAEC Museum of the Etruscan Academy and of the city of Cortona (AR) – Tuscany
MANN National Archaeological Museum of Naples – Campania
Two days of seminars and round tables on the subject “Iberians and Etruscans in the Ancient Mediterranean among archaeological research, Cultural Routes and tourism development“, where it is possible to establish a dialogue among Local Organizations, Universities and Cultural Institutes, Cultural Route Technicians and all cultural heritage stakeholders, as indicated in the Faro Convention.
Specific meetings are also planned with high school students focusing on the Faro Convention and the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe.
Partners of the initiative: AION Cultura Cortona, Municipality of Cortona, MAEC Museum of the Etruscan Academy and of the city of Cortona, MANN National Archaeological Museum of Naples University of Jaén, Louis Cardahi Foundation and Lebanese American University Beirut/Byblos (Lebanon).
Majorca – Balearic Islands
Historical regatta of Mallorca between the islands of Sa Galera (Palma) and Na Guardis (Ses Salines), a naval route used by the Punics 2200 years ago as a cultural and commercial route. A historical re-enactment and, above all, a reflection on the nautical knowledge and skills of the Phoenicians, a true intangible cultural heritage in the Mediterranean.
Partners of the initiative: Municipality of Ses Salines, Associació d’Amics de Sa Galera, Association of Hoteliers of Colònia de Sant Jordi, Nautical Club of Sant Antoni de la Platja (Can Pastilla), Nautical Club of Sa Ràpita and the Agència de Turisme Balear.
April – date to be defined
Mengíbar, Deputación de Jaén (Andalucia)
Conference “The importance of Olive Oil in the Mediterranean“, exhibition on the culture of olive oil, guided tours and educational activities at the Terra Oleum Museum.
Ibiza – Balearic Islands
Students of the High School IIS of Castiglion Fiorentino, twinned with students of Escola d’Art d’Eivissa, will make an intercultural travel to discover the Phoenicians’ Route on the island of Ibiza.