The enormous potential of tourism as the economic sector in this millennium and, on the other hand, the onset of the international competition that accompanies the globalization of tourism and its forms of product segmentation, mean that the EU grants tourism an important role in the realization of that all-European economic and social model drawn to Lisbon. This clearly shows that global competition is increasingly playing on the ability to offer a single service in its complexity. In the panorama of the different forms of state, Spain is today a singular case. The priority objective of the Spanish system is to increase the value of the local tourism system as a tool for enhancing the system, i.e. all the activities integrated into the territory, with the coordination and involvement of the largest number of actors present in the territory. On the other hand, the expansion of the tourist’s offer, consisting of the range of tourist products, or rather the different parts of a single tourism product, consisting of goods, services, social, cultural and economic factors capable of meeting demand Global tour and tourist visit expressed by the tourist. The reference to the local dimension of tourism policies in Spain is strongly linked to the progressive affirmation of the paradigm of sustainable development. In this paper we understand how both Italy and Spain are, have made a different commitment to start, support and strengthen local, productive or tertiary systems, in particular tourists. Both local systems are strong, cohesive and characterized by entrepreneurial creativity, the daily capacity to innovate and the workings of local communities, where the territorial fabric has long been plagued by textures, networks, and associations, with a traditional "social" behavior, according to the logic of endogenous development. This happens even if in Italy more than in Spain are the difficulties of the system, where excessive tax and contribution pressure persists along with the widespread delays in training circuits and infrastructural networks.

Local Tourist system in Spain

Clara Mariconda
2019

Abstract

The enormous potential of tourism as the economic sector in this millennium and, on the other hand, the onset of the international competition that accompanies the globalization of tourism and its forms of product segmentation, mean that the EU grants tourism an important role in the realization of that all-European economic and social model drawn to Lisbon. This clearly shows that global competition is increasingly playing on the ability to offer a single service in its complexity. In the panorama of the different forms of state, Spain is today a singular case. The priority objective of the Spanish system is to increase the value of the local tourism system as a tool for enhancing the system, i.e. all the activities integrated into the territory, with the coordination and involvement of the largest number of actors present in the territory. On the other hand, the expansion of the tourist’s offer, consisting of the range of tourist products, or rather the different parts of a single tourism product, consisting of goods, services, social, cultural and economic factors capable of meeting demand Global tour and tourist visit expressed by the tourist. The reference to the local dimension of tourism policies in Spain is strongly linked to the progressive affirmation of the paradigm of sustainable development. In this paper we understand how both Italy and Spain are, have made a different commitment to start, support and strengthen local, productive or tertiary systems, in particular tourists. Both local systems are strong, cohesive and characterized by entrepreneurial creativity, the daily capacity to innovate and the workings of local communities, where the territorial fabric has long been plagued by textures, networks, and associations, with a traditional "social" behavior, according to the logic of endogenous development. This happens even if in Italy more than in Spain are the difficulties of the system, where excessive tax and contribution pressure persists along with the widespread delays in training circuits and infrastructural networks.
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