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Tourist boards of central Istria made joint bicycle maps

first_imgFinally, we welcomed it – to combine bike maps of a tourist region, which unfortunately is still not the case in most of our destinations. The tourist destination is Istria, Slavonia, Dalmatia ne and not individual cities or counties.The synergy of all is absolutely imperative and as long as everyone is soloing and developing their own tourist destinations for themselves, without looking at the bigger picture and the whole tourist destination we will not get far. Especially in the context of cycling tourism where recreational cyclists travel 20 kilometers a day and thus pass from one county to another. Tourism knows no borders and our invisible borders of cities and counties really represent nothing to a foreigner. It is insane and counter productive to have different maps, which are not yet aligned or traced. One of the bad examples is Slavonia, which consists of five county tourist boards and as many different cycling maps.Istria must be one tourist destination. Unfortunately, this is still just a matter of merging bike maps of central Istria, not the whole of Istria, but it is certainly a positive cooperation of all tourist boards in central Istria and a step forward towards the development of cycling tourism.Tourist boards of central Istria made joint bicycle mapsIn order to further improve the tourist offer of the interior of Istria and strengthen the cycling tourism of Central Istria, the Tourist Board of Buzet, Motovun, Central Istria, Svetvinčenat and Žminj, recently with the financial support of the Istria County Board of Tourism, developed and printed joint bicycle maps – ” Istra outdoor – Istra bike – Central Istria “.Due to the large spatial coverage, two maps were made and printed – one covering the northern part, ie the Tourist Board of the City of Buzet, the Tourist Board of the Municipality of Motovun and the Tourist Board of Central Istria and the other, covering the southern part of the Tourist Board of Central Istria and the Tourist Board of Žminj and the Tourist Board of Svetvinčenat .According to the director of the Central Istria Tourist Board Sanja Kantaruti, with the financial support of the CNTB and co-financing of local self-government units whose trails pass, in 2017 in their area were marked exactly two trails included in the joint cycling map – “Waterfall trail” and trail “Od lokve do lokve ”, the first officially marked in the destination area, and also, with the financial support of TZIŽ, three bike points were set up in Cerovlje, Gračišće and Tinjan. “As it includes 9 local self-government units, TZSI plans to mark at least one bicycle path per year and a number of other activities related to strengthening cycling tourism in central Istria.Said Kantaruti.As Lenka Šajina, director of the Žminj Tourist Board, pointed out in the end, the goal of this project is better networking of existing bicycle routes, infrastructure, accompanying catering and tourist offers, and more intensive promotion of the area as a space suitable for cycling. “In the area of ​​the Municipality of Žminj, two bicycle paths have been marked, and in cooperation with the Žminj Cycling Club, next year it is planned to trace and mark new bicycle paths that will pass through the attractive area of ​​the Žminj region. The potential of cycling tourism was also recognized by the renters who joined the Istra Bike & Bed project. So this year, five renters joined the project.”Concluded Sajina.These bicycle maps are an excellent example of synergy and concrete cooperation of as many as five tourist boards, which cover the area of ​​13 local self-government units in the interior of the peninsula, and the bicycle maps themselves a total of 13 trails, 271,8 km long, of which 116,3 km trails. macadam 155,5 km.The new bicycle maps are harmonized with Istra bike standards, and include all official bicycle paths from the area of ​​the municipalities for which the mentioned tourist boards have been established. The joint project of the five mentioned tourist boards was financially supported by the county board for tourism, which financed the production of a bicycle map with HRK 19.000,00, while the tourist boards financed its printing with their own funds.Mila Nežić from the Tourist Board of the City of Buzet pointed out that they continued to invest in cycling infrastructure this year as well. The signalization has been supplemented, thus enabling users to easily navigate the marked bike paths. ” Throughout the year, we count a large number of visitors who come precisely because of the bike paths, and because of the favorable climate they can use them throughout the year. As one of the first tourist boards to produce a bike map, we are glad that other tourist boards have recognized the potential in cycling tourism, and that this joint cooperation has connected several destinations in inner Istria. In the next year, we plan further investments in cycling infrastructure, and the marking of new trails.”Nezic pointed out.The director of the Tourist Board of the Municipality of Motovun, Iva Jeletić Prodan, stated that this year Motovun additionally worked on raising the quality for the three existing bike trails; with the support of the CNTB, complete signalization was procured and the goal is for the quality to continue to grow. “Last year we equipped the bike point, which is still one of the best equipped in Croatia, and contains a charging station for electric bicycles, the possibility of charging mobile devices, hand tools, a bench and is completely environmentally friendly because it is powered by solar panels. 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USC Upstate seeks revenge on High Point

first_img February 14, 2020 For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Associated Press FAB FRESHMEN: High Point’s John-Michael Wright, Eric Coleman Jr. and Caden Sanchez have combined to account for 44 percent of the team’s scoring this season, including 43 percent of all Panthers points over the last five games.EXCELLENT EVERETTE: Everette Hammond has connected on 28.7 percent of the 101 3-pointers he’s attempted and has made 3 of 16 over his last five games. He’s also made 85.5 percent of his foul shots this season.WINLESS WHEN: South Carolina Upstate is 0-11 when scoring fewer than 64 points and 11-4 when scoring at least 64.ASSIST RATIOS: The Panthers have recently used assists to create buckets more often than the Spartans. High Point has 45 assists on 66 field goals (68.2 percent) across its past three outings while South Carolina Upstate has assists on 29 of 65 field goals (44.6 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: High Point is rated second among Big South teams with an offensive rebound percentage of 32.8 percent. The Panthers have averaged 11.6 offensive boards per game.___center_img Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditSouth Carolina Upstate (11-15, 6-7) vs. High Point (7-19, 4-9)Millis Center, High Point, North Carolina; Saturday, 7 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: High Point goes for the season sweep over South Carolina Upstate after winning the previous matchup in Spartanburg. The teams last went at it on Jan. 20, when South Carolina Upstate made just eight free throws on 14 attempts while the Panthers went 18 for 25 en route to an eight-point victory. USC Upstate seeks revenge on High Pointlast_img read more

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