FishmedNet Training

Within the framework of the activities carried out by the FISHMEDNET project, training represents a key tool to improve the skills of companies and develop new opportunities for diversifying fishing activities.

Through 4 training modules, each dedicated to a specific theme, the interviewed experts outline the challenges and opportunities of diversification activities while also providing testimonies of good practices already present in the Mediterranean context.


From itti-tourism to fishing-tourism, all the necessary steps to start a new activity


What are the opportunities and challenges in the aquaculture sector, and how to start and manage an aquaculture business?


An introduction to the main processes of fish product transformation and the associated risks

Community Services

An overview of the various environmental services related to the diversification of fishing

Esplora tra le ultime proposte

Pesce Azzurro Spa

The Pesceazzurro self-service restaurants located in the Marche and Emilia Romagna, along the Adriatic coastExplore and Contacts
Cuoppo e non solo

The Cooperative Nuova San Francesco with the aim of enhancing the small local coastal fishing also aims to encourage the diversification of activities and the development of ittitourism. Explore and Contacts
Ittiturismo PingOne

MB Pingone, is a 15 mt fishing vessel equipped for drift net and longline fishing.Explore and Contacts
Piccola Pesca Monterosso al mare Soc. Coop

Beppe has carried on the family tradition. Guided by his passion, Beppe has untertaken a highly personal battle to defend traditional fishingExplore and Contacts

This platform has been produced thanks to the financial support of the European Union under the ENI CBC Mediterranean Sea Basin Programme with a total financing of total budget EUR 2.242.131,50.
The contents of this platform are the sole responsibility of Legacoop Agroalimentare and can under no circumstances be regarded as reflecting the position of the European Union or the Programme management structures.