with interactive maps
The Guide presents the twin municipalities of Agia Napa in Cyprus and Rethymno in Greece, as to their accessibility to people with disabilities.
A useful tool for tourists with disabilities and their families, citizens with disabilities, elderly and in general for "hindered people."
Detailed accessibility information for people with disabilities
The Municipality of Ayia Napa, from the Cypriot side, and the Municipality of Rethymno with the National Confederation of Disabled People (NCDP), from the Greek side, after the approval of their proposal submitted under the third call of "Cross-Border Cooperation Programme Greece Cyprus 2007-2013", implements the project entitled "Agia Napa - Rethymno: Universally Accessible Cities" (acronym “Accessible Cities”).
The proposed actions aim to improve the overall accessibility, in order to improve the attractiveness and competitiveness of municipalities tourism product and therefore the economic development of cities towards both attracting a crowded target group (people with disabilities) which until today has not been approached, and secondly the simultaneous improvement of daily living conditions of their citizens with disabilities in the context of sustainable development since the new service, outside the guest will be enjoyed by people with disabilities as well.
Project title: Ayia Napa - Rethymno. Universally Accessible Cities
Acronym: Accessible Cities
Project budget: €1.050.000,00
Contract Code: K3_2_4
Frameword: Cross-border Cooperation Programme Greece - Cyprus 2007-2013
Priority: 2. NATURAL AND CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT
Special target: Ε.S.4 Development, management and development of natural and cultural resources
The Project is implemented under the European Territorial Cooperation Programme "Greece - Cyprus 2007-2013" co-funded by the European Union (ERDF) by 80% and National Funds of Greece and Cyprus by 20%.
The project co-financed by the European Union (ERDF) and National Funds of Greece and Cyprus
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