Bevtour Project

About the project

Project  Impact

The BevTOUR strategy is to disseminate on several fronts.

The expected impact is the development of food/beverage tourism in regions, through the establishment of new networks and routes, and the supporting of the existing producer networks to work together with intermediaries to develop regional tourism plan.

The desired Impact is that every employer and employee in Europe will have free access to the BevTOUR website and toolkit and understand the opportunity that tourism can offer.


In the implementation of this project, we will develop the following results

IO1 - Best Practices

The Best Practices have been developed for food/beverage producers who wish to add tourism products to their portfolio. They are also very relevant for Tour Operators and Intermediaries, Consultants, Trainers and Support Agencies working in this field. It’s about 11 well developed Best Practices from around Europe covering a range of categories of food and beverage. These cases also include a guide on how to promote a gastro-tourism destination. These resources have been created to help owners and managers of small gastro-tourism destinations to understand and efficiently use different avenues of promotion available to them.

IO2 - Tourist Guide

The Guidebook has been developed for Tourists and is an added value output. It is also very relevant for Tour Operators and Intermediaries. The Guidebook has been developed from the research phase, as the Terms of Reference in this phase includes the identification of Food/Beverage Tourism projects in each partner country. The handbook contains a minimum of 33 identified projects from around Europe covering a range of categories of food and beverage.

IO3 - Website

The Bevtour website is divided into several sections with main headings as follows:

  • Home page (information about Bevtour Erasmus+ Project and its objectives)
  • Bevtour project (information about the project results; Case Studies, Tourist Guidebook and project activities (meetings and events)
  • Partners
  • Itinerary Maps and Guides
  • Case Studies
  • Guidebook
  • News

Transnational Meetings

3 transnational project meetings were held during the project implementation; with the participation of all project partners, according to the work plan and project milestones.

Key Agenda Items:

  • Review of project plans for communication, dissemination, quality & evaluation and reporting requirements.
  • IOs leaders’ presentations.
  • Discussion on National Reports and cases.
  • Discussion on the logo and the website.
  • Next steps, action items, timelines and & group discussion.

Key Agenda Items:

  • Progress report and IOs leaders’ presentations.
  • Presentation of the final Case Studies.
  • Next steps, action items, timelines and & group discussion.
  • Recording of Project Video.

Key Agenda Items:

  • Final report.
  • Presentation of the project website, in all-partner languages.
  • Finalisation of the 33 Case Studies.
  • Finalisation of the Guidebook.
  • Focus on dissemination for the final weeks of the project.
  • Preparations for continuing the efforts after the funded phase of the project.
  • Preparation for the Multiplier Events.

Multiplier Events

11 sets of Multiplier Events implemented in each partner country in November-December 2022.