Coastal Scenery: An Introduction

Rangel-Buitrago, Nelson
Williams, Allan T.
Ergin, Ayşen
Anfuso, Giorgio
Micallef, Anton
Pranzini, Enzo
Coastal tourism includes those recreational activities which involve travel away from one's place of residence which has as their host or focus the coastal zone. This industry necessarily depends on the coastal environment to attract tourists. Excellant scenery is maybe the prime factor considered by a potential tourist when is time to choose a coastal vacation destination. Coastal scenery management, a controlled tourism growth, an enhancing of the product, the constant upgrading of the quality of offer and service, as well a diversified clientele, can be considered as critical points for an ideal tourism development that will satisfy both visitors and those whose livelihood depends on it.


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N. Rangel-Buitrago, A. T. Williams, A. Ergin, G. Anfuso, A. Micallef, and E. Pranzini, “Coastal Scenery: An Introduction,” COASTAL SCENERY: EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT, pp. 1–16, 2019, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: