DESTINATION SOUTH BRITTANY GULF OF MORBIHAN LAUNCHES A CALL FOR PROJECTS FOR NAUTICAL AND OUTDOOR LEISURE STRUCTURES

DESTINATION SOUTH BRITTANY GULF OF MORBIHAN LAUNCHES A CALL FOR PROJECTS FOR NAUTICAL AND OUTDOOR LEISURE STRUCTURES
DESTINATION SOUTH BRITTANY GULF OF MORBIHAN LAUNCHES A CALL FOR PROJECTS FOR NAUTICAL AND OUTDOOR LEISURE STRUCTURES

Since 2020, the Destination Bretagne Sud Gulf of Morbihan has supported nautical leisure activities. Over these 3 years, 47 structures were financially supported in their investment project for the acquisition of equipment, materials and in the implementation of developments improving the comfort and welcome of residents and tourist clienteles. Today, the Destination aims to extend this support to all outdoor leisure structures and to focus it on environmental and social transitions.

This call for projects aims to:

  • Making nautical and outdoor leisure activities particularly innovative and exemplary players with regard to transitions
  • Accelerate the environmental and social transitions of these structures and implement them in development projects
  • Promote the emergence of a quality offer, meeting visitors’ expectations, particularly in terms of sustainable development

To submit a file, the project must be located in a municipality within the scope of the Destination, namely: Auray Quiberon Terre Atlantique, Lorient Agglomération, Gulf of Morbihan Vannes agglomeration, Arc Sud Bretagne, Questembert Community, Blavet Bellevue Océan, Belle-Ile en Mer.

If you are leading a project, private or public, in one of these territories, read all the information relating to this call for projects by clicking on this link: Call for projects – Support for nautical and leisure structures (destination-bretagnesud.bzh)

What timetable?

Contact for any questions:

Océane HERVE – Tourism for Destination Project Manager

Tel: 07 85 93 99 83 / Email: [email protected]

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