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Title: Ramla Bay - an ecological gem with an economic contribution
Authors: Camilleri Rolls, Caroline
Keywords: Ramla Bay (Xaghra, Malta)
Ramla Bay (Xaghra, Malta) -- Cultural property
Sand dunes -- Malta -- Ramla Bay (Gozo)
Biodiversity -- Malta -- Ramla Bay (Gozo)
Ecosystem services -- Malta -- Ramla Bay (Gozo)
Issue Date: 2006-06
Publisher: University of Malta. Gozo Centre
Citation: Camilleri Rolls, C. (2006). Ramla Bay - an ecological gem with an economic contribution. The Gozo Observer, 14, 12-13.
Abstract: Ramla Bay is one of the last unspoilt sandy beaches on our islands. It is the venue for thousands of visitors, especially during the summer months between July and September. Visitors to this beach put a high value on assets which do not have a market price such as the clean water, sandy beach, practically untouched natural surroundings, and ideal sun worshipping conditions.
Appears in Collections:The Gozo Observer - Issue 14, June 2006
The Gozo Observer - Issue 14, June 2006

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