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The potential of lakes and lake landscape in the concept of Nordic Wellbeing

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Potencjał jezior i krajobrazów pojezierzy w kontekście idei nordyckiego dobrostanu
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The concept of Nordic Wellbeing was developed on a joint research project involving researchers from each of the Nordic countries. As lakes and lake landscape are dominant in Finland, the aim of this paper is to examine if lakes and lake landscapes can bring new content and added value into Nordic wellbeing tourism development. This is done by using Finnish case studies of the Nordic Wellbeing Project. The data is collected from interviews with stakeholders of the Nordic Wellbeing Project, on participation in project activities, and on secondary sources including analyses undertaken by the laboratory areas. The interviews constitute the main data of this report. As a conclusion, the lake tourism development in the wellness/wellbeing context is ongoing up and the future looks bright despite the great challenges of the development work in businesses but also in the implementation of the national Wellbeing Tourism Strategy.
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Ideę nordyckiego dobrostanu wypracowano w trakcie projektu badawczego z udziałem badaczy z krajów nordyckich. Jako że w Finlandii dominują jeziora i krajobrazy jeziorne, celem artykułu było sprawdzenie, czy jeziora i pojezierza mogą wnieść nową treść i wartość dodaną do rozwoju turystyki opartej na idei nordyckiego dobrostanu. Oceny tej dokonano w oparciu o badania przypadków z Finlandii włączonych do projektu „Nordycki dobrostan”. Dane zgromadzono podczas wywiadów przeprowadzonych z uczestnikami projektu „Nordycki Dobrostan” na temat uczestnictwa w działaniach projektu, a także, korzystając ze źródeł pośrednich, łącznie z analizami wykonanymi w warunkach laboratoryjnych. Podstawowe informacje zawarte w tym raporcie pochodzą z wywiadów. Należy zauważyć ciągły rozwój turystyki w kontekście osiągania dobrej kondycji i dobrostanu uczestników oraz stwierdzić, że przyszłość rysuje się jasno, mimo wyzwań, które stawia dalszy rozwój tej gałęzi biznesu, a także realizacja krajowej Strategii rozwoju turystki dobrostanu.
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  • Centre for Tourism Studies, University of Eastern Finland, Kuninkaankartanonkatu 7, PO Box 86, FI-57101 Savonlinna, Finland
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