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Editors: Luís Miguel Rosalino, Alexandra Silva, António Abreu (Universidade de Lisboa, Centro de Biologia Ambiental, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa; Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera; Universidade de Lisboa, Centro de Oceanografi
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Tourism has been identified has a major sector of economic activity since the latter part of the twentieth century. Its importance has been growing and the diversification of tourism products and destinations has led to the increase in demand for tourism associated with natural and man-shaped landscapes, most of which are highly susceptible to anthropic impacts. This book deals with different sustainable tourism approaches, as the main pathways for the economic development in the Mediterranean region. The topics that are discussed in this book encompass a differentiated and detailed overview of the Mediterranean tourism destinations from a sustainable perspective. It will present study cases of traditional and new touristic options as the adaptation of long lasting activities, as hunting and nautical, to the needs of nowadays touristic markets, and new touristic approaches to the Mediterranean landscape, such as golf. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
Preface (Luís M. Rosalino, Alexandra Silva) pp. i- viii

Chapter I. Towards a sustainable whale watching industry in the mediterranean sea
(C. Elejabeitia, E. Urquiola, P. Verborgh, R. de Stephanis)pp. 1-32

Chapter II. Geotourism and the Slow Movement in Portugal: a step towards sustainable tourism
(P. S. Caetano, V. Lamberto)pp. 33-54

Chapter III. Sustainability of golf in spain
(F. J. Del Campo Gomis, A. M. Agulló Torres, D. B. López Lluch)pp. 55-78

Chapter IV. Sustainability of recreational hunting tourism: a cluster analysis approach for woodcock hunting in Greece
(K. G. Papaspyropoulos, C. K. Sokos, N. D. Hasanagas, P. K. Birtsas)pp. 79-94

Chapter V. Sustainable development of nautical tourism in Croatia
(M. Kovaèiæ)pp. 95-118

Chapter VI. Indicators for assessing tourism sustainability in Portugal
(A. D. Abreu, D. Stilwell)pp. 119-164

Index pp. 164-173

   Series:
      Hospitality, Tourism and Marketing Studies
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2013- January
   Pages: 181, 7 x 10 (NBC - C)
   ISBN: 978-1-62257-627-2
   Status: AV
  
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