European strategies for rethinking rural interior spaces, albeit rich in potential productive resources, are constantly plagued by significant depopulation rates and difficult access to primary services. The reactivation of spaces is the subject of national and international scientific dialogue through multiple approaches including slow tourism. The construction of a multifunctional network of space also connected to the most recent technological innovations motivates various projects capable of regenerating local economies. This work aims to highlight, in the case study of Sardinia, the role of sustainable ʺrural walksʺ (walkability) as promoters of a new accessibility to internal areas and a different and more structured organization of the tourist offer based on a slow use of the territory.

Walkability, digital technologies and internal area tourism / Balletto, Ginevra; Ladu, Mara; Miles, Alessandra; Battino, Silvia; Borruso, Giuseppe. - (2022), pp. 1-4. ((Intervento presentato al convegno SUPTM 2022: 1st Conference on Future Challenges in Sustainable Urban Planning & Territorial Management tenutosi a Cartagena (Spain) nel 17 -19 January 2022 [http://dx.doi.org/10.31428/10317/10583].

Walkability, digital technologies and internal area tourism

Silvia Battino;
2022

Abstract

European strategies for rethinking rural interior spaces, albeit rich in potential productive resources, are constantly plagued by significant depopulation rates and difficult access to primary services. The reactivation of spaces is the subject of national and international scientific dialogue through multiple approaches including slow tourism. The construction of a multifunctional network of space also connected to the most recent technological innovations motivates various projects capable of regenerating local economies. This work aims to highlight, in the case study of Sardinia, the role of sustainable ʺrural walksʺ (walkability) as promoters of a new accessibility to internal areas and a different and more structured organization of the tourist offer based on a slow use of the territory.
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Walkability, digital technologies and internal area tourism / Balletto, Ginevra; Ladu, Mara; Miles, Alessandra; Battino, Silvia; Borruso, Giuseppe. - (2022), pp. 1-4. ((Intervento presentato al convegno SUPTM 2022: 1st Conference on Future Challenges in Sustainable Urban Planning & Territorial Management tenutosi a Cartagena (Spain) nel 17 -19 January 2022 [http://dx.doi.org/10.31428/10317/10583].
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