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Title: Rural landscape and tourism : a proposed policy for sustainable tourism in Gozo
Authors: Ebejer, John
Mangion, Marie-Louise
Bingul, Meryem Bihter
Kwiatkowska, Dominika
Keywords: Historic sites -- Malta -- Gozo
Sustainable tourism -- Malta -- Gozo
Land use, Rural -- Malta -- Gozo
Villages -- Malta -- Gozo
Issue Date: 2018-03
Publisher: LE:NOTRE Institute
Citation: Ebejer, J., Mangion, M. L., Bingul, M. B., & Kwiatkowska, D. (2018). Rural landscape and tourism : a proposed policy for sustainable tourism in Gozo. 7 th LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum 2018, Gozo, Malta.
Abstract: The Gozo landscape refers primarily to the rural landscape of countryside and coast. It also refers to the urban landscape of Gozo’s historic village cores. The Sustainable Tourism Workshop group reflected on the role of the landscape in Gozo’s tourism, with an emphasis on how Gozo tourism can be made more sustainable. This paper is the outcome of the group’s discussion. A mixed composition of the group, with academics and students, foreigners and Maltese, brought different views and ideas about the subject. The group’s focus on the rural environment provided useful insights on Gozo’s tourism which informs policy formulation and future research.
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