Tourist Potential on Example of Rural Settlement Gnjili Potok (Montenegro)

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Goran Rajović
Mr Jelisavka Bulatović

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The rural settlement Gnjili Potok, located in the southeastern part of Andrijevica in Montenegro, has not developed tourism. It has very favorable natural and social resources for tourism development. The more so, and tourism has become imperative his further development, especially if we consider its effect on the economy multiplied as a whole. Most of the appeal has yet to be involved in further development projects in this rural village, and of Andrijevica, then in all of contemporary tourism development in Montenegro. An important role in this has to have the concept of sustainable development, which is the basis and precondition of any further planning of any future activities

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