This site was created taking into account the principles of usability and semiotics applied to the web and as such navigation should be easy, even if the site contains a large quantity of information.
The site is in conformity with W3C for access by the disabled, this means that all can navigate easily, even with a browser and special peripherals.

The information in the home page is organised in six main areas.

The navigation tools area
The horizontal navigation bar is shown on every page and contains the link to the RSS feeds, the navigation map for the site and help.
These feeds allow you to follow the news and the events of the site as they happen.
The map helps you to understand at glance how the site is structured.
The help icon that you have selected appears on every page and always refers you back to this page.

The subject area
To select one of the six subject areas all you need to do is click with the mouse on the entry. A drop-down menu will appear containing the subdivision by province. The seventh menu entry is an overview of the project.

The news area
Contains the news divided by subject area with links to the relative archives.

The event area
Contains two events pertaining to the Heritage sites.

The on-line service area
On the right side you will find links to the social tools, the download area, contextual services and external sites.

The footer area
The footer contains regional references as well as the editorial staff email address, legal notes and credits.