El impacto territorial de la moratoria turística de Canarias

  1. Moisés R. Simancas Cruz
  2. Juan Israel García Cruz
  3. Agustín Dorta Rodríguez
  4. Raico Antonio Falero González
Livre:
Geografía y desafíos territoriales en el siglo XXI
  1. Vicente Gozálvez Pérez (coord.)
  2. Juan Antonio Marco Molina (coord.)

Éditorial: Asociación Española de Geografía

Année de publication: 2011

Volumen: 2

Pages: 715-726

Congreso: Geografía y desafíos territoriales (22. 2011. Alicante)

Type: Communication dans un congrès

Exporter: RIS

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Résumé

The «touristic moratoria» implemented in the Canary Islands from 2001 was a strategy for limiting or reducing the growth of accommodation offer generated during the so-called «third tourist boom». However, both the measures implemented to qualify the tourist accommodation model such as the ones implemented in the growth control itself have had a significant regional impact. In this paper we will discuss the spatial effects the «touristic moratoria» strategy have had on the spatial expansion of the tourist areas on tourist consolidated islands.