Natural and Cultural Values in the Function of Developing Wine Tourism in the Povardarie Region

Marinoski, Naume and Andreeski, Cvetko and Risteski, Michael (2019) Natural and Cultural Values in the Function of Developing Wine Tourism in the Povardarie Region. In: XIII Symposium “Novel Technologies and Economic Development.

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Tourists prefer to visit new places and experience new things. One of the most interesting types of tourism is wine tourism. Given the fact that the Republic of N. Macedonia is a landlocked country, policymakers in tourism need to develop other types of activities than those activities related to sea-based tourism, in order to be competitive on the tourist market. From this arose the need for conducting this research in this area and to write this paper. It shows the insufficiently used potentials for wine tourism activities in the country, or more specifically in the Povardarie region. Although such activities exist, they are not on the levels that are being expected, given the abundance of natural and cultural potentials in this area. The paper is the result of the extensive research activities from the European IPA Cross-border project: Preparation, presentation and dissemination of a strategy for sustainable tourism development - CENET, in which the authors were directly involved. The methods in this paper encompass inventarization of natural and cultural resources that are most suitable for development of wine tourism in the region, tourist valorization in the sense of wine tourism development, valorization of soil conditions, assessing complementary tourism development potentials.
Keywords: Tourism development, wine tourism, wine routes, natural resources, cultural resources

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: Scientific Fields (Frascati) > Social Sciences > Other social sciences
Divisions: Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality
Depositing User: Mr Bojan Sekulovski
Date Deposited: 06 Dec 2019 10:18
Last Modified: 06 Dec 2019 10:18

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