Mele, Gesuina (2011) Stato e prospettive di sviluppo turistico nelle aree interne della Sardegna. Doctoral Thesis.
Sardinia is a region of great environmental heritage, but only a part of it, the sea and beaches attract tourist traffic, concentrated in the summer months. Its interior is hardly affected by the transit of tourists. The existence of real prospects of tourism development in inland areas is debated since the origin of the phenomenon in the island: many planning initiatives have been - and are at present - undertaken by the Autonomous Region of Sardinia, highlighting the desire to build a tourism model increasingly oriented towards sustainability. The research has the objective to understand what are the conditions that prevent the growth of these areas. Turning to the evolution of regional policy, we have investigated the local tourism industry including the supply and demand factors and other tourist attractions. Comparing the existing Local Tourist Systems, internal stakeholders in tourism development planning, and Local Systems, theorized by territorial criteria, it was shown that the first must necessarily be reorganized in order to be competitive. The methodology has finally led to the construction, using GIS search engine, of a Geographic Information System of tourism in Sardinia
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