All the talk of a change to the tourism model can be too simplistic in willing a higher “quality”. | Manuel Lorenzo - Manuel Lorenzo
In 2010, a report was published on behalf of Thomson Holidays. The report was entitled ‘Sustainable Holiday Futures’, and a conclusion it drew was that, in terms of environmental management and the use of resources, it is preferable to pack tourists into a relatively confined area. Clustering tourists into what the report termed “super-holiday hubs” meant less environmental damage, so long as a resort was geared up for monitoring and managing resources.