POSSIBILITIES FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF WINE TOURISM IN DEMIR KAPIJA AND FLORINA

  • Naume Marinoski
  • Sasho Korunovski
  • Michael Risteski

Abstract

This paper examines the current situation and the possibilities for developing
sustainable wine tourism in the region of Demir Kapija and Florina. Because these
two regions are in close proximity to each other it is possible to create interesting
and mutual products related to wine tourism. Three different types of wine tourism
products are examined. Because sustainable development of wine tourism depends
on a site’s location characteristics there are differences in the types of products that
can be developed in these two regions. The conducted research takes into account the
comparative analysis of connectivity, accessibility and developmental characteristics
of these two regions. The goal of this paper is to propose recommendations for
undertaking in the future. The reason for conducting this research was the current
state of affairs in these two regions related to wine tourism which shows a relatively
low usage of the overall existing potentials.
Key Words: wine tourism, sustainability, development, connectivity, accessibility

Published
Feb 21, 2018
How to Cite
MARINOSKI, Naume; KORUNOVSKI, Sasho; RISTESKI, Michael. POSSIBILITIES FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF WINE TOURISM IN DEMIR KAPIJA AND FLORINA. Yearbook - Faculty of Tourism and Business Logistics, [S.l.], v. 3, n. 2, p. 58-67, feb. 2018. Available at: <http://js.ugd.edu.mk/index.php/YFNTS/article/view/2185>. Date accessed: 19 apr. 2018.