Coastal tourism
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Background information on Coastal tourism
Traditionally, coastal tourism in Europe has been based on the "3S model": sun, sea and sand. Over many years, the number of tourists has increased and has major development of the towns and cities along the Mediterranean coast.

This development has often been very quick and uncontrolled. It has led to the loss or damage of coastal and marine ecosystems. The increase in population in tourist seasons also leads to needing more water treatment, litter and recycling facilities and more traffic pollution, which also has a bad effect on the environment and air quality.

Ways of more sustainable tourism can be found which can reduce negative effects. Sustainable developments and can create well-being and jobs while adding to the good state of coastal and marine environments. Local government officials, business owners (beach resort, marina, hotel, restaurant and tour operators) and tourists themselves can all help to develop sustainable tourism.
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