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The Contribution of Wine Tourism in the Development of Rural Areas in North Greece

Spyridon Niavis, Dimitrios Belias () and Dimitrios Tsiotas ()
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Spyridon Niavis: University of Thessaly
Dimitrios Belias: University of Thessaly

A chapter in Strategic Innovative Marketing and Tourism, 2020, pp 947-955 from Springer

Abstract: Abstract The winery in Greece has an ascendant course and the development and modernization of the wine-growing units and vineyards helps to attract wine tourists who want to taste and wander in the vineyards and in the Greek nature. The promotion and development of wine tourism and the wider acquaintance of tourists and consumers with traditional Greek and not only wines, contribute to the recognition of Greek wines and Greece as a destination. Our aim should be to meet the different needs and wishes of the broader market to attract tourists and visitors all year round with varied and alternative activities in a dynamically changing environment. Functional axis of prospects, for Central Macedonia, is the offer of upgraded quality of aesthetics and recreation services, as well as similar unique wine tourism experiences. The chapter has examined the case of wine tourism in Central Macedonia and it concludes there is a need to strengthen its presence with the development of new wine roads.

Keywords: Wine tourism; Central Macedonia; Wine production; Wine roads (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-36126-6_105

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