By Bill Bramwell
This publication examines the advance of mass tourism in coastal areas of Southern Europe, with implications for related areas internationally. It offers a severe evaluate of 2 influential regulations meant to advertise sustainable improvement, those being makes an attempt to make mass tourism lodges extra sustainable, and the improvement of smaller-scale, substitute tourism items.
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