Fear of participating in the summer in Baka
Avoid the crowds to protect nature without discouraging tourism, which is the heart of the economy: The Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur region, very popular with the French and foreigners, wants to divert some visitors to lesser-known sites to avoid an unbearable summer. Congestion, congestion, or congestion.
“We have to promote places other than the ones usually highlighted by the tourist offices or the media; we have large areas and there are other gems to discover,” insists Beric Navizette, head of the concierge service. And connections are in Ecrins National Park, one of ten national parks in France, located in the south of the Alps.
This year, the Provence Alpes Cote d’Azur region, with its Mediterranean coast, four national natural parks, and nine regional parks from the Camargue plains to the “Colorado Provencal” in Le Brun, expects a large number of French. Customers. But also aliens.
Nevertheless, she hopes to avoid “a lot of people, in the same place and at the same time”, as emphasized Francois de Canson, head of the Regional Tourism Commission, during the launch of a “more responsible tourism” campaign, in Raphèle-les-Arles, in Alpilles.
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