Simply the best awards for improving the tourist offer and creativity

first_imgThe plaques were presented to the winners by Tomislav Fain, President of the Association of Croatian Travel Agencies, and Maja Šimenc, Director of DMK Vall042 and the PUT Exchange. Ružica Mikačić for many years of journalistic work and expressed creativity in designing and realizing a number of attractive contents in the field of tourism, which gave a significant contribution to Croatian tourist journalism, but also to the improvement of overall Croatian tourism, especially in Dalmatia; Source / photo: DMK Wall 042 The “Simply the best” award for creativity and improvement of the tourist offer in six categories – catering, events, travel agencies, new projects, people, special awards – was received by 45 individuals and companies from the tourism sector. Category “Manifestations“It is divided into four groups. In the group “Preservation of traditional local customs”, awards were given to Bela nedeja (Kastav), Eko etno Gacka (Otočac), LIDAS (Pleternica) and (Sr) etno Selce (Crikvenica riviera). In the group “Entertainment and recreational facilities”, the awards were won by Country Weekend (Koprivnica), Toy Festival (Ivanić Grad) and Slovenian Weekend (Biograd na Moru). The winners of the group “Culture and eno-gastronomy” are the Pearl of the Sea (Supetar on Brač), Black Sheep (Baška), Strawberry & Sparkling Festival and Voloder Autumn (Voloder). In the last group “Sport and Recreation”, Du Motion (Dubrovnik), Lipik 3 × 3 Challenger (Lipik), Boat Marathon (Metković) and Uvati Vitar (Sutivan) received awards. Ivan Srakovčić for many years of innovative and creative entrepreneurial activity in the development of new tourist products, thus making an immeasurable contribution to the development and quality of the tourist offer of the Karlovac region; As part of the business tourism exchange PUT, which gathered more than 150 participants from five countries in Gradac, the annual awards of the Association of Croatian Travel Agencies and the magazine Way to Croatia were presented today at a ceremony at the Hotel Labineca. “A new project in tourismIs the category whose winners of the award are Adrenaline Park Duboka (Nature Park Papuk), Eco Ethno Farm Savus (Bukovlje), Interpretation Center for Maritime Heritage (Lošinj), Marcin Farm – Family Farm Martin Subotić (Germans), Paleo Park (Bale), Project Passes through time (Vodnjan), Project Šišanske legende (Ližnjan), Project Virtual and cultural tourism (Tourist Board of Vukovar-Srijem County), Project For Zlarin without plastic (Zlarin) and Wine, olive & heritage festival (Jelsa).center_img Pavo Jerković for many years of creative work on shaping the special tourist offer, which marked the development of new tourist products with his own example, and gave an exceptional contribution to the tourist development of the Neretva Valley; Awards in the third category “Travel agency“Received Sunturist (Novalja), Viatica travel (Brestovec Orehovički), Aquamarin CK (Banska Bystrica, Slovakia) and TA Lambada (Bugojno, BiH). “Special recognitionsReceived Hotel Esplanada (Zagreb) for excellence, quality and year-round design of special facilities which significantly enriches the tourist offer of the destination, Krapina-Zagorje County for quality and development of year-round tourist offer based on tradition of life, culture and customs which makes Zagorje today positioned as attractive , content and the most developed Croatian continental destination and the Municipality of Vir for creativity and quality of year-round design of the tourist offer and continuous development and realization of new tourist contents, which significantly raised the attractiveness of the destination. Awards in the category “Persons“Received: Category “restaurant”Consists of three groups -” Offer of traditional food and beverages – restaurants “,” Offer of traditional food and beverages – picnic areas “and” Accommodation facilities with additional facilities “. In the first group, the awards were won by Mashtel Distillery (Nin), Klijet Lojzekova hiža (Gusakovec) and Restaurant Zlatne gorice (Kneginec Gornji). In the group related to picnic areas, the awards were won by the Kršlinov mlin picnic area (Bregana), the Mihoci picnic area (Maglenča) and the Vukovar house (Vukovar). In the last group, the winners are Hotel Boškinac (Novalja), Rooms Maksimilian (Osijek), Villa Covri (Brtonigla) and Zaton Holiday Resort (Zaton). Đurđica Šimičić for her creativity and inventiveness in the development of the destination management process and quality improvement in tourism, which gave a special contribution to building the tourist recognition of Lošinj and its positioning among the most attractive Croatian tourist destinations.last_img read more

Molo local hangs self

first_imgThe 37-year-old Ester Orlante was believed to have committed suicide, police said. ILOILO City – She was found dead hanging inside their house in Barangay Calumpang, Molo district. The victim was rushed to the Iloilo Doctor’s Hospital where the attending physician declared her “dead on arrival.” Officers of the Molo police station ruled out foul play in the incident./PN Orlante’s lifeless body was discovered by her nephew around 3:35 p.m. on May 6, police said.last_img

Norfolk State faces Coppin State in MEAC quarters

first_img Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNo. 6 seed Coppin State (11-20, 7-9) vs. No. 3 seed Norfolk State (16-15, 12-4)Mid-Eastern Conference Tourney Quarterfinals, Norfolk Scope Arena, Norfolk, Virginia; Thursday, 7 p.m. EDTBOTTOM LINE: A spot in the MEAC semifinals is on the line as Coppin State and Norfolk State prepare to face off. In the regular season, Norfolk State won both of the head-to-head matchups. The teams last played on Feb. 17, when the Spartans shot 38.8 percent from the field while holding Coppin State to just 36.5 percent on their way to a 20-point victory. SQUAD LEADERSHIP: Jermaine Bishop has averaged 15.6 points to lead the charge for the Spartans. Complementing Bishop is Joe Bryant Jr., who is accounting for 12 points per game. The Eagles have been led by Koby Thomas, who is averaging 13.3 points and 6.9 rebounds.SPARKING THE OFFENSE: Bishop has directly created 42 percent of all Norfolk State field goals over the last three games. Bishop has 23 field goals and 10 assists in those games.WINLESS WHEN: The Spartans are 0-5 when they allow at least 74 points and 16-10 when they hold opponents to anything under 74 points. The Eagles are 0-11 when they score 62 points or fewer and 11-9 when they exceed 62.UNBEATEN WHEN: Norfolk State is a perfect 8-0 when the team makes 11 or more 3-pointers. The Spartans are 8-15 when the team hits fewer than 11 threes.DID YOU KNOW: Coppin State and Norfolk State are the class of the MEAC when it comes to 3-point shooting. The Eagles are ranked first in the conference with eight 3-pointers made per game this season while the Spartans are ranked second with 7.8 per game. Norfolk State faces Coppin State in MEAC quarters ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.comcenter_img Associated Press March 11, 2020last_img read more