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Impacts of the Tourist Activity and Citizens' Evaluation About the Necessity for Resting Periods

Impacts of the Tourist Activity and Citizens' Evaluation About the Necessity for Resting Periods
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Author(s): Jose Maria Martin (Universidad Internacional de La Rioja, Spain)
Copyright: 2019
Pages: 32
Source title: Strategic Perspectives in Destination Marketing
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Mark Anthony Camilleri (University of Malta, Malta)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-5835-4.ch004

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Abstract

Tourism's interactions with local communities and natural environments originate economic, social, and environmental impacts both positive and negative. The local community's assessment of these impacts is key to guarantee their support for tourism development since the planning process is subject to their opinion. Tourism seasonality can intensify these effects due to the influx of tourists during peak periods and generate periods of rest and recovery during the off-peak season. In this research, the locals' opinions on the need for a period of seasonal rest is studied, even if this period interrupts the economic activity linked to tourism. Using a group of Spanish touristic destinations shows that the residents in coastal destinations prefer the annual continuity of the activity and that they are much more critical of the environmental effects than social ones. On the contrary, the inhabitants of urban and rural destinations would rather enjoy resting periods.

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