Both resorts have historic cores and similar winter populations.
However, they show differences in their land use patterns, range of
tourist facilities and visitor profiles.
The study includes tourism impact, sustainable tourism
management and land use modelling.
Comparisons are made between the built environments of the two
resorts, the services they provide, the number and origins of visitors and their
Isoline maps for each resort can be generated based upon
sustainable tourism and visitor management index data.
This fieldwork is supported with
secondary data and takes a full day.