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Vesna Mikačić ; Institut za turizam, Zagreb

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str. 517-529

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The paper provides an overview of basic characteristics of island
tourism in Croatia. Although its development has generally
followed the coastal one, it took a more modest form so that
islands escaped many negative effects of mass tourism. Tourist
facilities on the islands account for one-forth of the overall Adriatic
tourist offer receiving the same amount of Adriatic tourist flow. Half
of the islands' tourist flow is directed towards the northern islands
because of their better connection with the mainland and a more
complex tourist offer. The qualitative characteristics of the islands'
tourist offer show specific differences to the coastal one, especially
in regard to environmental factors, length of stay and tourist
expenditures. ln order to retain the existing advantages the islands'
development has to be harmonized with the environment while
qualitative factors have to be given priority.

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