The team of the project “Promotion and development of the potential and opportunities for ecotourism between Burgas district and Kirklareli region” organizes information days and a photo exhibition, which will be held on April 23 and 24, 2021, in Burgas.

Project “Promotion and development of the potential and opportunities for eco-tourism between Burgas region and Kirklareli region”, ref. № CB005.2.22.058, aims to develop joint eco-tourism destinations by promoting, developing and improving the eco-tourism potential of the cross-border region of Burgas region (Bulgaria) – Kirklareli region (Turkey).

The information days aim to acquaint the public and the guests of the city of Burgas with the goals, activities and achieved results of the project. The planned photo exhibition will show the photos of the winners of the photo contest for the most beautiful landscape of an eco-tourist destination from Burgas region (Bulgaria) and Kirklareli region (Turkey). Photographs of the ten eco-tourist destinations promoted by the project will also be presented, namely: Ropotamo Reserve, Veleka Protected Area, Tsarnogorovo Site, Vitanovo Reserve and St. Iliya Site on the territory of Bulgaria and Dupnitsa Cave, Hammam Lake, Mert Lake, Erikli Lake and Paradise Hell Waterfall in Turkey.

The events will be held on April 23 and 24, 2021, from 9:00 to 17:00 in the Sea Garden of Burgas, restaurant “Vodenitsata”.

The project is implemented with the financial support of the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance Bulgaria-Turkey Cross-Border Cooperation Program 2014-2020. Partners in the project are Kladara Foundation – Nessebar and Anatolian Vocational Technical High School – Kirklareli.
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