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Development of Receptive Factors on the Principles of Sustainable Tourism Development - Budva Case

Županović Ivo and Krivokapić Ana
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Županović Ivo: Faculty of Business and Tourism Budva, Montenegro
Krivokapić Ana: Montenegro

Economics, 2020, vol. 8, issue 1, 83-92

Abstract: Sustainable tourism implies establishing a positive relationship and link between tourism development and environmental protection, i.e achieving a full harmony between economic and environmental interests. Tourism that is based on respect for ecological interests can ensure the constant maintenance of balance in the natural environment and tourism development. Building a private accommodation association, as one of the aspects of sustainable tourism, ensures the long-term sustainability that is needed for the destination of Budva, due to the large number of problems it encounters, starting from the gray business zone to the very poor quality private accommodation, which is higher than in basic accommodation, which should be the basis of tourism development. In view of the given problem, the subject of research of this paper is the direction in which the receptive factors in the destination of Budva should be developed, with reference to the basic and complementary accommodation units.

Keywords: sustainable development; TBL model; carrying capacity model; diffused and integral hotels (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Z3 Z32 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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