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  • Fulfilment of the initial requirements of the project
  • Day-by-day project management, coordination and internal communication
  • Overseeing of the project implementation
  • Financial management of the project
  • Design and maintenance of the project web pages
  • TV video about the project
  • Press conferences
  • Interactive contents for raising awareness of visitors
  • Information boards
  • Exchange of experiences between partners
  • Monitoring of the impacts of traffic and visitation
  • Creating conceptual solutions and vision for diversion of motorised traffic and sound visitation flows
  • Lera walking route (KPSS)
  • Piccia access road (KPSS)
  • Fontanigge access road

Specific objectives

1.Conservation of nature through its availability for visitors in an environmentally acceptable manner

2.Raising awareness by demonstrating models of good visitor management practices

3.Contribution to more even distribution of visits in different parts of protected areas by raising the quality of services

4.Reduction of CO2 emissions in a applicant’s project area by 25% (see calculation in DIIP document)

5.Promotion of cooperation and exchange of experience between protected areas

6.Contribution to the development of the wider tourism area through the creation of “green tourism product”


6.Prispevati k razvoju turistične regije z oblikovanjem zelenega turističnega produkta

Target groups

The first target group in the project are the visitors to the park, separated into two major sub-groups: those who visit the park in groups with a guide and individual visitors and small groups, mostly families . In all three partner regions there are also numerous school groups. In addition to visitors from other parts of the country and foreign tourists who visit the park for the purpose of experiencing and learning about nature, cultural heritage and landscape values, local population – the next target group – visit the area more often and with more visible goals of recreation rather than just appreciating nature and learn about it. For this target group is especially important to demonstrate examples of good environmental practices, which are then passed on to their local life.

The promotion of project results and best environmental practices through public media, the project CARS –OUT addresses also the general public. The aim is to make protected areas highly valued by offering their accessibility while at the same time protecting and maintaining high environmental standards.

For the applicant, particularly important target group are employees in the park: by creation of environmentally friendly means of transport and access routes, park management will be able (even to a greater extent) to enforce the rule that cars of the employees will also have to be left in front of the entrances to the park.