The Itinerary was been presented in the following events:
Vakanz: tourism fair in Luwembourg (Genuary, 2004)
Seminar of the European Union “Cultural tourism: the integration’s dares” (Luxembour, April, 2005)
Seminar of the International Art University, Garden and Landscape Study Centre of the Cultural Itinerary European Institute about “The gardens and the landscapes in the cultural itineraries: the Phoenicians’ Route case history”(June, 2005)
European week of the heritage, Culture Ministry of Lithuania (September, 2005)
Agritourism fair Agri&Tour (Arezzo, November, 2005)
Borsa Internazionale del Turismo, BIT (Milan, 20th February, 2006)
General Assembly Mozart Ways, Council of Europe (Strasburgo, 3rd March, 2006)
“uno mattina”, RAIUNO (14th April, 2006)
Handover ceremony of the “Great European Itinarary” mention of the Olive Tree Itinerary. (Delphy, 13rd May, 2006)
European National Nogovernative Heritage Organizations, Convention (Dublin, 6th October, 2006)
Agritourism fair Agri&Tour (Arezzo, 18th November, 2006)
Linea Verde, RAIUNO (3rd December, 2006)
Archeo, RAIUTILE ( 26th January, 2007)
The Itinerary realized the following events:
5th May2006, Marsala
“On the Phoenicians Route”
This event, sponsored by the Cultural Itineraries European Institute of the European Council, the Ministero per i Beni e Attività Culturali of Italy, the President and the regional Tourism Councillor of the Sicilian region, the Marsala’s Municipality, saw the official presentation of the Itinerary to the euromediterrenean public opinion, the countries no official involved yet, the European institutions that follow the Itinerary’ s development as a path of Mediterranean interculture. By this event it was possible to involve all countries interested in the Phoencian-Punic civilization, to develop international models of cooperation so that the Itinerary will realize all its chances in cultural, pedagogic and touristic fields. Many scientific partners collaborated with us: the cultural and environmental goods Superintendency, the Phoenician-Punic archaeology field, the research sector with the Researches National Council and the Cultural Tourism Science Course of Cefalù (Palermo’s Univeristy), the sector charity (cultural and environmental, touristic and nautical), the schools and the universities.
Were there the delegates of Italy, France, Spain, Tunisy and other delagates from Greece and Malta gave their adhesion. The other Mediterranean Itineraries delegates, as Al Andalus, Mozart Ways, Via Francigena and Via Carolingia, were guests of honor.
An Euro-Mediterranean dialogue was been lauched during the event to create a peace itinerary that, through 15 countries long the Phoenicinans’ tracks of 3000 yaers ago, allows new voyagers to understand better the Mediterranean. Moreover, were been presented specific programmes for the Mediterranean youths about pedagogy, professional formation, charity. To fix the event’s importance, Sicily and Sardinia regions had subscribed an agreement with the Cultural Itineraries Eurpean Institute, called the “Carta di Marsala” as seal of a crucial and significant event for the towns that want to invest on the Phoenicians’ Route.
5th – 6th May 2006, Castelvetrano
Mediterranean Efebocortogiovani Festival On the occasion of the third edition of Efebocortogiovani Festival, the Phoenicians’ Route started a collaboration with the Scientific secondary school of Castelvetrano.
The “Efebocortogiovani” competition is a short films exhibition for youths from Italian schools and it want to promote the dialogue among the young people.
“A week on the Phoenicians’ Route”
Event devoted to both the development and the promotion of the Sicilian Phoenician-Punic heritage in collaboration with the Assessorato al Turismo of Sicilian Region and the Region Presidency.
Autumn 2007, Castelvetrano
After a first collaboration for the third edition in 5-6 May 2006, the Phoenicians’ Route will participate in the “Efebocortogiovani” competition organized by the Scientific secondary school of Castelvetrano in october 2007; a short films exhibition for Italian, European Mediterranean schools pupils as well as for filmakers of these Countries.
The event aims to become a medium of communication and intercultural exchange among the the youths from Europe and the Mediterranean.