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09/05/2006 - Caorle: Blue Flag: In Italy the top 90 beaches

Caorle: Bello stable for the Italian beaches: 90 banners allocated to the blue sea doc 2006, the same number of the previous year. Shivers, Argentario Otranto and the new entry-elite. Tuscany, with 14 awards, ripping the primacy to Liguria that stops at 12. Brutte news from the south and the islands. The international recognition given annually by Fee is equal to the total from our beaches in 2005 and confirms Italian sea as the second best in Europe, preceded only by that of Spain, which collects premiums 104 We know: a red flag on the beach is to say that the sea is rough. So much to advise bathing. Where, on the other hand, waves the flag blue sea is cleaner. And, as every year, the votes of flags-Fee (Foundation for environmental education), saying that Italian shores on the time of 2006 is "good stable" compared to the 2005 ranking, in terms of tourism and environmental impact. The sea doc Italian take home an excellent placement: awarded 90 blue flags. Grow the quality marinas, 48 of 2005 to 52 this year while the lakes lose a flag, from 4 to 3. This map of Fee, which recognizes the environmental quality of seaside resorts and realized in collaboration with Cobalt and Coou, Consortia mandatory for the collection of batteries and oils exhausted. ITALY SECOND IN EU In Italy the European standings, with its 90 flags, comes second after Spain (104 flags won) and place it before France (89), Greece (82), Turkey (51). In detail, in the 2006, leaves crowned as queen blue Tuscany with 14 flags. Then with 12 vessilli Liguria, Italy with 11, Italy with 10. Brutte news from the south ( "little eco-sensitive") and the islands. In particular Sardinia: one flag (Santa Teresa di Gallura) against three of 2005. In descending on the beaches lakes: three flags against 4, 2005; ammainato the banner of Cannobio in Piedmont. Increasing the quality instead of marinas: landings rewarded climb to 48 by 52. Emilia Romagna confirms its 8 flags and the same beaches of 2005; Campania loses a flag and go at 7, all concentrated in the province of Salerno. Apulia conquest over the flag and goes to 6 thanks to Tremiti Islands, four flags in Lazio, Calabria (-1 on 2005) and in Veneto (+2); Sicily stable with 3; Friuli Venezia Giulia maintains its two while Molise , Sardinia, Piedmont, Lombardy and Basilicata are at 1. The positive trend for Tuscany, says Fee, it is a negative for the South "where municipalities, except locations winning show still too often a lack of environmental sensitivity." "Even in 2006 - said Roberto Riccioni, president of FEE Italy - our intent was to raise awareness among governments Riparian to know that tourism coupled with the environment that is capable of increasing particularly foreign presences. Our hope is that the central government put special attention towards coastal towns that can not be left alone ". CRITERIA AND REQUIREMENTS The twentieth edition of blue flags wanted to reward that most administrations have committed to improving the state of the environment, promoting sustainable tourism. At the same time, to obtain the Blue Flag of Fee municipalities and coastal ports must present a package of measures for the promotion of eco-tourism compatible. These are the criteria set by international Fee: -- Absolute validity of bathing water according to rules much more 'restrictive than those provided for in Decree 470/1982 on bathing. Only those who pass this first step access subsequent assessments: -- Absolute waste water treatment and efficient sewerage throughout the municipality; -- Differentiated collections, large areas pedestrian, bicycle lanes, green areas, ban d access to beaches for vehicles; -- Cared furniture, bathing well kept and cared for, with all the services and staff salvamento; -- Ample room devoted to environmental education courses aimed particularly at schools and youth; facilities for the disabled, with the mandatory public display of data on bathing water; -- Hotels, public services health care, tourist information, protected areas, signs updated; -- Presence of fisheries well integrated into the sea. SVENTOLA BEACH IN THE FLAG Here are all 90 2006 and the recognition of Fee, the Foundation for Environmental Education intended to seaside resorts doc PIEDMONT: Cannero Riviera (Verbania) on Lake Maggiore. LOMBARDY: Punta cranes and Lido Galeazzi Sirmione (Brescia) on Lake Garda. FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA: Grado (Gorizia); Lignano Sabbiadoro (Udine). VENETO Bibione, Jesolo, Caorle, Cavallino Treporti (Venice). LIGURIA: Camporosso, Bordighera (Imperia); Spotorno, Bergeggi, Beaches and Fornaci Natarella Savona, Albisola Superiore, Albissola Marina, Celle Ligure, Varazze (Savona); Lavagna, Moneglia (Genoa); Lerici (La Spezia). EMILIA ROMAGNA: Comacchio (Ferrara); Ravenna, Cervia (Ravenna); Cesenatico (Forli'-Cesena); Bellaria Igea Marina, Rimini, Misano Adriatico, Catholic (Rimini). TUSCANY: Forte dei Marmi, Pietrasanta, Camaiore, Viareggio (Lucca); Tirrenia and Marina di Pisa (Pisa); Castiglioncello and Vada Rosignano Maritime, Cecina, Bibbona, Castagneto Carducci, San Vincenzo (Livorno); Follonica, Castiglione della Pescaia, Principina and Marina di Grosseto, Monte Argentario (Grosseto). MARCHE: Gabicce Mare, Pesaro, Fano (Pesaro-Urbino); Senigallia, Sirolo, Numana Low (Ancona); Porto Recanati, Civitanova Marche (Macerata); Porto San Giorgio, Grottammare, San Benedetto del Tronto (Ascoli Piceno). LAZIO: Anzio (Rome); Sabaudia, Sperlonga, Gaeta (Latin). ABRUZZO: Scanno (L'Aquila); Martinsicuro, Tortoreto, Roseto degli Abruzzi, Pineto (Teramo); Francavilla al Mare, San Vito Chietino, Fossacesia Marina, Vasto, San Salvo (Chieti). MOLISE: Termoli (Campobasso) CAMPANIA: Positano, Agropoli, Castellabate, Acciaroli and Pioppi of Pollica, Ascea, beach Palinuro of Centola, Sapri (Salerno). BASILICATA: Lido di Metaponto (Matera) - PUGLIA: Tremiti Islands, Peschici, Vieste (Foggia); Scalette and Salsello of Bisceglie (Bari); Ginosa (Taranto); Otranto (Lecce) CALABRIA: Cirò Marina (Crotone); Catanzaro Lido (Catanzaro); Roccella Jonica, Scilla (Reggio Calabria). SICILY: Pozzallo (Ragusa); Menfi (Agrigento); Fiumefreddo di Sicilia (Catania). SARDINIA: Santa Teresa di Gallura (Olbia-Temple).


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