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Title: Percepción de los residentes de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria ante el turismo de cruceros
Other Titles: Residents' perception of cruise Canaria: the case of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Authors: Hernández Luis, José Ángel 
Del Chiappa, Giacomo
Battino, Silvia
UNESCO Clasification: 531290 Economía sectorial: turismo
540104 Desarrollo regional
540102 Geografía de las actividades
Keywords: Turismo de cruceros
Tourism Development
Attitudes
Impacts
Itineraries
Experience
Visitors
Benefits
Cruise Tourism
Las Palmas De Gran Canaria
Perception Of Tourism Impacts
Socioeconomic Characteristics
Tourism In Island Systems
Issue Date: 2015
Journal: Vegueta: Anuario de la Facultad de Geografía e Historia 
Abstract: El turismo de cruceros ha reaparecido con fuerza desde los años ochenta, acelerándose su implantación en Europa -y en particular en Canarias-, desde la siguiente década. Gran parte de los estudios sobre el turismo de cruceros se han centrado en las características de la demanda (el perfil del turista, la capacidad de gasto, los impactos que causa, etc.). Sin embargo, la literatura sobre la percepción que tienen los residentes sobre este turismo es más bien escasa y donde se centra el actual estudio, en particular en el espacio más inmediato al Puerto de La Luz y de Las Palmas. Cruise tourism is a way of taking leisure time in our society. It is an activity that has become very popular since the eighties, accelerating its presence in Europe and, particularly,in the Canary Islands since the following decade. Many of the studies on cruise tourism have focused on the characteristics of the demand (including the profile of tourists, spending power, the impacts that this activity causes, etc.). However, the literature on the residents' perception about this tourism where this study focuses on, is rather scarce is rather scarce, particularly in the space immediately to the Port of La Luz and Las Palmas.
Cruise tourism is a way of taking leisure time in our society. It is an activity that has become very popular since the eighties, accelerating its presence in Europe and, particularly, in the Canary Islands since the following decade. Many of the studies on cruise tourism have focused on the characteristics of the demand (including the profile of tourists, spending power, the impacts that this activity causes, etc.). However, the literature on the residents' perception about this tourism where this study focuses on, is rather scarce is rather scarce, particularly in the space immediately to the Port of La Luz and Las Palmas.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/14996
ISSN: 1133-598X
Source: Vegueta-Anuario De La Facultad De Geografia E Historia[ISSN 1133-598X], n. 15, p. 287-316, (2015)
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