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Turismo Literario En Ourense: Situación En 2015 E Perspectivas

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  • ILDA VÁZQUEZ AÑEL
  • NOELIA ARAÚJO VILA
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    Os principais autores da literatura galega naceron en Ourense e moitos dos escenarios nos que se desenvolven as súas obras sitúanse nesa terra. Actualmente, os organismos de turismo consideran que o turismo literario é un novo nicho de mercado. Neste artigo, establécese, en primeiro lugar, un marco teórico no que se definen os conceptos que existen sobre o turismo e o patrimonio literario. A continuación, tras realizar unha análise cualitativa vía entrevistas en profundidade, móstranse os recursos da provincia, cales se están a utilizar a nivel turístico, cales non e os que poderían incluírse nunha adecuada planificación turística. O propósito é o de verificar se a provincia de Ourense conta cos recursos necesarios como para chegar a se converter nun destino de turismo literario de referencia. Finalmente, sinálanse as conclusións que podemos tirar deste labor de investigación. The main authors of Galician literature were born in Ourense and many of the scenarios that their works were developed are in this land. Currently, tourism agencies consider the literary tourism is a new niche. In this article, establishing, first, a theoretical framework in which the concepts that exist on tourism and literary heritage are defined. Then, after making a qualitative analysis via interviews, the resources of the province, which are being used at tourist level, which are not shown and could be included in a proper tourism planning. The purpose is to verify whether the province of Ourense has the necessary resources to become a destination for literary tourism reference. Finally, the conclusions from this research are identified.

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    Article provided by University of Santiago de Compostela. Faculty of Economics and Business. in its journal Revista Galega de Economía.

    Volume (Year): 25 (2016)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 84-102

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