In previous posts I have exposed many theoretical literature about sustainable tourism. This one portraits how sustainable development is carried out in a specific case study.
Tourism development and conservation of the natural heritage have been and are still regarded as rather incompatible concepts. This article explains why this is not necessarily true: it is actually possible to create synergies between them in a destination.
Environmental sustainability and tourism development have always been regarded as incompatible or at least difficult to integrate in practice. This article explains a few strategies that have proven to be effective in both directions.
Beyond the first boom of ecotourism and sustainable tourism by the end of the last century, a new focus is necessary to keep on achieving the goals for which it was conceived.