HERITAGE: 3 new VIRTUAL ITINERARIES on good environmental practices
Three new virtual itineraries are added to the port heritage route, present at Port Vauban in Antibes.
They highlight the good ecological practices of port professionals to preserve heritage by allowing them to embark on 3 exceptional experiences:
- navigation aboard a solar vessel
- participation in the collection of wastewater from a yacht
- a dive into the biohuts, to provide ecological restoration
To view them, see you soon at Port Vauban in the immersive capsules : Registration on the online calendar
Presentation of Gritaccess actions
Find all the actions of the Nice Côte d'Azur Chamber of Commerce and Industry carried out as part of the Gritaccess project
360 ° IMMERSION TO DISCOVER THE PORT HERITAGE OF ANTIBES
Do you know the virtual itineraries of Port Vauban?
While waiting for the imminent reopening of the immersive capsules, this virtual experience is now accessible on Android and Ios smartphones.
These routes are part of the interreg marittimo Gritaccess project, in addition to the heritage walk on Quai Jean Baudino.
Like a bird, fly over the Vauban port and the old town.
Like a squirrel, roam the Bastion Saint-Jaume and the ramparts.
Like a dolphin, set off to meet Mediterranean biodiversity ...
What is the Port Center Côte d´Azur?
The Port Center is an educational and fun information platform to explain the port universe, the activities it brings together and their importance for the territories.
The Port Center Côte d´Azur offers insight into the many activities that characterise our department: transport of people or goods, professional yachting, pleasure boating, fishing, ship repair. It also offers visitors the opportunity to explore the port trades and the heritage elements that characterise it.
Inauguration of the heritage walk in the Vauban port of Antibes
As part of the Gritaccess project, discover a report presenting the heritage trail composed :
15 panels on the multimillennial history of the port
of the immersive capsule with its first three virtual itineraries.