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Responsible tourism in the Mediterranean

Simone Borelli

Responsible tourism in the Mediterranean

principles & codes of conduct

by Simone Borelli

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Published by WWF Mediterranean Programme in Rome .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared by Simone Borelli & Stefania Minestrini with the collaboration of Luigi Guarrera.
ContributionsMinestrini, Stefania., Guarrera, Luigi., World Wide Fund for Nature. Mediterranean Programme.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18364305M

The fabled birthplace of the Olympic Games — which date back to 8 th-century B.C. — and the illustrious public buildings (a hippodrome, stadium, and gymnasium, for example) bring the ancient sporting events (chariot racing, wrestling, and discus throwing) to life.. Getting There: It’s a minute drive from Katakolon to a car, take a (overpriced) cab, or book a . Tourism, unchecked development, and changing environmental conditions threaten significant historical sites throughout the world. These issues are among the topics dealt with in this book, which reports on the proceedings of an international conference on the conservation of classical sites in the Mediterranean region, organized by the Getty.

This book comments on the complexities of Mediterranean tourism, with contributions from researchers, consultants, managers and advisors from thirteen countries. It is an excellent reference tool for undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as industry practitioners, for the examination of tourism in different Mediterranean contexts. Mediterranean Tourism. DOI link for Mediterranean Tourism. Mediterranean Tourism book. Facets of Socioeconomic Development and Cultural Change. exemplified by the fact that the 'life expectancy' of each Secretary General of the Greek National Tourism Organization (responsible for the sector's strategic planning/marketing) is less than eight.

Mediterranean tourism sector, especially if micro and small enterprises fully adopt the use of ICT services. The lack of highly developed ICT facilities is perhaps the main reason why the MED 11 countries are placed lower in the ranks of the Competiveness Index Reports. With northern Europe being the primary tourism market for the Mediterranean, a sample of university students from this region was invited to complete the survey. Between March and May , structured questionnaires were administered to examine stated climate pre-ferences for tourism in the Mediterranean. The total survey sample consisted of


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