Sustainable Tourism in the Coastal Areas of the Mediterranean

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We want to significantly reduce energy and water consumption and create less waste in our territories to maintain them over time, while always offering an authentic and original experience for your journey. You can help us do it.

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"We love our landscapes, beaches, mountains, towns, traditions and local foods ... which is why we look after them carefully. Our real legacy is the Mediterranean cultures. We want you to know exactly what we’re doing to preserve our amazing and unique heritage"

The olive grove and the orange grove of the Renoir Museum in Cagnes-sur-Mer

A remarkable site enhanced by its agricultural exploitation! The Renoir Museum, known as the “Domaine des Collettes”, the artist’s last home, is built in the heart of a park planted with century-old olive trees, orange trees, umbrella pines and a rose garden. In order to enhance this remarkable site, the city of Cagnes-sur-Mer, owner of…

“Sustainable Territory” label for the city of Cagnes-sur-Mer

Following its application for the 3rd edition of the labeling scheme “Sustainable Territory – a COP ahead”, the Jury has awarded the level 2 of the label to the municipality of Cagnes-sur-Mer for the period 2021-2023. This level values the past commitment of the municipality in a global strategy of sustainable development (Agenda 21). It…

Are you planning a visit to our territories, or are you going to?

Look for the ConsumelessMed badge. We assign the badge to those hotels, B&Bs, camping sites, hostels, restaurant, cafes, beach resorts, food stores and handicraft shops that make an effort to reduce the product. You can help us preserve our area’s beauty for the future - become a part of our territories, rather than just a visitor.

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    Cagnois tourism professionals committed to sustainable development

    Nineteen economic actors of Cagnes-sur-Mer have received the Consume-Less label for their commitment to sustainable tourism. They thus reinforce the territorial attractiveness and visibility of their city. Local restaurateurs, hoteliers, shopkeepers, artists and craftsmen who have taken part in the European ConsumeLess Plus* project are committed to taking action to reduce their water and energy…

    The diplomacy of sustainability

    Energy and water supply, and their sustainability around the globe, is an issue of great relevance, no less in Malta, a tiny island in the middle of the Mediterranean, with no naturally occurring potable water or natural resources to rely on. That is why since forever, Malta has always kept the value of sustainability central…

    The delicate balancing act at Winter’s Blue Lagoon

    Water is a crucial resource on any small island. This fact is even more true within the context of multiple-stakeholders and its sustainable management. Dr Eman Calleja, an educator and environmental specialist since the early 1990s is well versed in this delicate balancing act, as he was involved in a number of projects around Malta…