Project WILDSEA Europe


WILDSEA Europe is a transnational Sustainable Tourism Route that connects European coastal destinations with a rich marine biodiversity and vivid seas. Unique places where you will be able to experience marine wildlife through water sports and outdoor activities.

  • Whalewatching, snorkelling, kayaking, birding, trekking…

    The Route delivers great travel hints on unique adventures that you can experience in coastal destinations allowing you to make responsible contact with marine species in the wild, while learning about their ecology and participating in efforts to preserve them. The Route also offers valuable information on Europe’s best coastal destinations, natural sites of interest, flag species, important habitats, as well as on currently on-going scientific efforts and projects aimed at their conservation.

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    Project WILDSEA Europe is a joint initiative of Partners from 5 European Member States (Spain, UK, Ireland, Italy and Croatia):


    Project WILDSEA Europe has the financial support of the Executive Agency for Small and Medium Enterprises (EASME) of the European Commission (EU). 


    Starting June 1st 2015 and over a period of 18 months, the Project will also facilitate the delivery of capacity building workshops and the production of outreach materials to engage tourism operators in the conservation of marine life, by providing them with knowledge and tools to integrate citizen-science in their daily operations and practices.

    After project end, the Route will aim to engage new destinations and tourism operators to create a truly pan-European network of nature tourism experiences. 
  • Stay tuned for more news on “Project WILDSEA Europe”! You can follow news and updates on the Project in Twitter and Facebook with the hashtag #wildseaeurope.

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