Development Of The Tourism And Recreation Complex Of The Republic Of Crimea

Abstract

The article defines the determinants of the development of the tourism and recreation complex of the Republic of Crimea. The current trends in the development of the tourism and recreation complex of the Republic of Crimea, the dynamics of the tourist flow are analyzed; the problems of the development of the tourism and recreation complex, and its competitive advantages are identified. The contribution of the tourism and recreation complex to the GDP of various countries, as well as to the development of the economy of the Republic of Crimea, is analyzed. The necessity of cluster development of the tourism and recreation complex of the region is substantiated. Taking into account the current trends in demand for the services of the tourism and recreation complex, it was proposed to develop one of the most dynamically developing segments of the tourism market – accessible tourism. Based on the ranking methodology, the effectiveness of functioning of the subjects of the regional market of tourism and recreation services has been determined. The results of the analysis show the problem points in the development of the regions and made it possible to determine the priority directions of their socio-economic development. The factors that restrain investment activity in the region are highlighted. The prospects for the development of the tourism and recreation complex are determined, strategic directions for the development of the tourism and recreation complex of the Republic of Crimea are proposed.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.53

Online ISSN

2357-1330