Project good practices

Sustainability through local food from local people

Summary: A centre for pilgrimage in Norfolk, in Walsingham supports local employment and cuts food miles through its commitment to sourced products.

Location: East Anglia,

Selling Local Produce at a Pilgrim's Hostel

Summary: A pilgrim hostel on Norway's famous St. Olav Way pilgrim route to Trondheim is selling local produce to benefit community creativity and economy.

Location: Agder og Rogaland, Norway (Norge)

Cammino Maternao

Summary: This practice considers the creation of a cultural route in Puglia, italy through a bottom-up strategy and without significant public funds

Location: Abruzzo, Italy (Italia)

Trail maintenance

Summary: Funding and creating is one thing maintenance is another. Maintenance must be a part of the paln to develop a trail.

Location: Östra Mellansverige, Sweden (Sverige)

Pilgrimage Branding

Summary: Branding is important if you market a product. Pilgrimage is a part of tourism industry and the brand Pilgrim must be handeled with care.

Location: Östra Mellansverige, Sweden (Sverige)

Digitalisation of pilgrim trail

Summary: In the Green Pilgrimage project Region Östergötland has digitalised a pilgrimtrail from Ödeshög to Vadstena to create a model for a digital pilgrimtrail.

Location: Östra Mellansverige, Sweden (Sverige)

The Via Mariae - a pilgrimage route where you can get to know...

Summary: Via Mariae – the last 100 km: on foot, bicycle and horse. Pilgrims can experience a lifelong adventure, to prove their own physical and mental perseverance.

Location: Centru, Romania (România)

Pilgrimage in Neamt County - Romania

Summary: The existence of a “holy mountain” (Ceahlău) and of a monastic area in Neamt County (Romania), entails two different approaches in terms of pilgrimage.

Location: Nord-Est, Romania (România)

Pilgrimage - Sustainable development of tourism regions with...

Summary: The existence of UNESCO religious assets and the implementation of a coherent tourism destination strategy contributed to the development of tourism in Bucovina

Location: Bucureşti - Ilfov, Romania (România)

Champing – Church Camping

Summary: New Ways of using Redundant Church Buildings.

Location: Kent, United Kingdom

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