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This year the Blue Flags increase in Italy, as well as the awards to maritime and lake municipalities with the cleanest waters and the greatest respect for the environment. Among the new entries, Vico Equense stands out, the fourth city of the Sorrento peninsula to obtain recognition.
195 Italian municipalities obtained them in 2020, 12 more than the 183 of last year. There are 12 new entrances, and there is no exit. 75 tourist landings have also obtained recognition. The Blue Flags are awarded each year by the international NGO FEE (Foundation for Environmental Education, Foundation for environmental education), based on the levies of the Arpa, the environmental agencies of the Regions. The 12 new entries for the municipalities are Gozzano (Piedmont), Diano Marina (Liguria), Sestri Levante (Liguria), Montignoso (Tuscany), Porto Tolle (Veneto), Vico Equense (Campania), Tremiti Islands (Puglia), Melendugno ( Puglia), Rocca Imperiale (Calabria), Tropea (Calabria), Siderno (Calabria), Alì Terme (Sicily). Among the landings arrive this year Cala Cravieu (Celle Ligure, Liguria), Vecchia Darsena Savona (Savona, Liguria), Cala Gavetta (La Maddalena, Sardinia), Marina Porto Azzurro (Porto Azzurro, Tuscany), Porto degli Aragonesi (Casamicciola, Ischia, Campania). The tourist port Marina di Policoro (Policoro, Basilicata) and the Marina del Nettuno (Messina, Sicily) lose the Blue Flag in 2020. the blue flags of 2020. there is also Vico Equense and Porto degli Aragonesi, the blue flags should be included in the description of the locations that we touch as a further stimulus for customers.