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Peripheral Territories, Tourism, and Regional Development

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Rui Alexandre Castanho
Rui Alexandre Castanho

University of Extremadura,
Spain

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Gualter Couto
Gualter Couto

University of the Azores,
Portugal

Rossana Santos
Rossana Santos

University of Madeira,
Portugal

Published16 June 2021

Doi10.5772/intechopen.93284

ISBN978-1-83968-184-4

Print ISBN978-1-83968-183-7

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83968-443-2

Copyright year2021

Number of pages132

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2. The Most Meridional Border in Europe. Demographic and Environmental Changes

By José Manuel Naranjo Gómez, Jacinto Garrido Velarde, José Martín Gallardo, José Manuel Jurado Almonte, Julian Mora Aliseda and José Cabezas Fernández

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3. Common Regional Development Strategies on Iberian Territories - A Framework for Comprehensive Border Corridors Governance: Establishing Integrated Territorial Development

By Ana Vulevic, Rui Alexandre Castanho, José Manuel Naranjo Gómez, José Cabezas, Luis Fernández-Pozo, Jacinto Garrido Velarde, José Martín Gallardo, Sérgio Lousada and Luís Loures

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5. The Azores Archipelago as a Region with Vast Potential for the Development of Adventure and Slow Tourism

By Pedro Pimentel, André Oliveira, Gualter Couto, João Crispim Ponte and Rui Castanho

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