The SEEMORE project successfully fostered sustainable mobility in eight European coastal tourist regions through a variety of actions ranging from the provision of tourist-tailored mobility information to the establishment of new forms of cooperation between tourism and mobility professionals.

The SEEMORE final report presents the main achievements and results of the project, describing the local actions implemented in each of the eight pilot regions and providing examples of the SEEMORE awareness materials. Recommendations for local authorities, mobility providers and actors from the tourism sector are also included in the document.
The CEI as a SEEMORE full-fledged project partner was responsible for transferring the project best practices and knowledge to tourist destinations of CEI countries. This was achieved during two Central European Transfer Seminars, where SEEMORE partners gathered together with stakeholders (mobility and tourism professionals) from other CEI tourist localities, discussed the current situation regarding tourism and mobility issues and identified specific SEEMORE actions and measures to be possibly replicated in the CEI region.
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The SEEMORE (Sustainable and Energy Efficient Mobility Options in Tourist Regions in Europe) project was co-funded by the EU programme Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE) and ran from March 2012 to March 2015 (project overall budget: EUR 1.974.225).