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Tourism environmental impact along religious routes and slow transport infrastructures: the role of coastal areas
De Montis, A.; Ganciu, A.; Ledda, A.; Barra, M.; Caschili, S. (2015). Tourism environmental impact along religious routes and slow transport infrastructures: the role of coastal areas, in: Rodriguez, G.R. et al. (Ed.) Coastal cities and their sustainable future. WIT Transactions on The Built Environment, 148: pp. 249-260. https://hdl.handle.net/10.2495/cc150211
In: Rodriguez, G.R.; Brebbia, C.A. (Ed.) (2015). Coastal cities and their sustainable future. WIT Transactions on The Built Environment, 148. WIT Press: Southampton. ISBN 978-1-84564-9104. 331 pp., more
In: WIT Transactions on The Built Environment. WIT Press: Southampton. ISSN 1743-3509, more

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Author keywords
    SEA; ETIS; land use and transport planning

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  • De Montis, A.
  • Ganciu, A.
  • Ledda, A.
  • Barra, M.
  • Caschili, S.

Abstract
    Tourism is a major sector of the European economy. In particular, religious tourism along pilgrimage routes is a prominent phenomenon. Some religious routes in the island of Sardinia, Italy, start from coastal zones and may exert a relevant impact over the environment. The aim of this paper is to analyse the environmental effects of Italian and Sardinian urban planning tools related with religious tourism. In particular, it focuses on SEA quality and integration with the European Tourism Indicators System (ETIS).

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