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Cross-border tourism: Spain and Portugal, a common destination

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  • Carmen Maiz-Bar

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  • Xulio Pardellas
  • Carmen Padin

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ABSTRACT: A new approach to the analysis of the border between Spain and Portugal, a basically rural territory, requires a debate about local development problems, among which we can find the effects of its configuration as a common tourist destination. This paper presents an assessment of several elements for that debate, and the common resources that can define the area as a common tourist destination. A design model is also provided, which can enable territory planning through the appraisal of those resources. Key words: common tourist destination, cross-border territory, destination design

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  • Carmen Maiz-Bar & Xulio Pardellas & Carmen Padin, 2015. "Cross-border tourism: Spain and Portugal, a common destination," ERSA conference papers ersa15p1083, European Regional Science Association.
  • Handle: RePEc:wiw:wiwrsa:ersa15p1083
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    common tourist destination; cross-border territory; destination design;

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